How much to sanitary installations only 1.8% sofavorecidos by the general net, 7.0% use fossa septic, 34.7%, to fossarudimentar, 7.4% use another escoadouro and 49.0% do not make use of instalaosanitria. Also in accordance with the IBGE (1993), 11.2% of the inhabitants of reasrurais makes use of service of collection of the domiciliary garbage, 33.4% burn ouenterram the garbage and 55.4% make use it in strips of land and others. Another one agravanteque acts as pollutant diffuse it is the fertilizer use and agrotxicos in the country. In accordance with given of the GARDA et al. (1996, p.137), of the 3.186.276 T deagrotxicos used, 300,000 T fulfill its function. The remain contaminates soloe the water. For fertilizers, of the 1.832.658 T distributed, 750,000 T soaproveitadas, being the remain carreado for waters of rain, arriving atingiro fretico sheet.
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