Rising Cost Of Germany’s Tap Water Blamed On High Nitrate Levels In Groundwater

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BERLIN, Germany

The price of tap water in Germany rose on average over 25 percent between 2005 and 2016, an evaluation from the country’s pro-environment Green party has found, attributing rising prices to nitrate pollution from agricultural production and manure, state news agency Deutsche Welle reports.