See also Word Choice.
The auxiliary form of the simple present tense is “do/does”. The auxiliary form of the passive voice (the present tense) is “is/are”. The auxiliary form of the present perfect tense is “have/has”. The auxiliary form of the past tense is “did”. The auxiliary form of the passive voice (the past tense) is “was/were”.
In the following example, the present tense auxiliary (“does”) is used instead of the passive voice auxiliary “is”.
 
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Water quality does not adversely impacted.

Water quality is not adversely impacted.

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