Polluted rainwater can be cleaned like normal water is treated and that’s by physicochemical and biological processes that range in cleaning cycles depending on location and the state of the polluted water.
However the best way to clean up polluted rainwater is not to pollute it in the first place, which was a huge problem that resulted in acid rain destroying forests. That effect made regulations on emissions from coal burning power plants and other emitting sources to cut down there CO2 emissions and saved our rainwater from being acidic.
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