As industries dump industrial waste into our rivers, creeks, lakes, oceans and other bodies of water it causes an imbalance in the water leading to the severe death and contamination of aquatic species. In fact, the main problem caused by water pollution is that it kills organisms that depend on these water bodies. Irreparable damage to the water bodies are caused by oil spills in the ocean and spraying of insecticides and pesticides like DDT on our plants, as well as industrial waste and illegal
In today 's modern world pollution is on of the biggest problems for the people and also the environment. Pollution problems occur when producers and consumers use their environment for dumping waste. The environment includes air, water and all the land that is surrounding us. The environment is very important as it is providing us with resources which are used to produce goods and services as well as giving us a place for living. We use that environment to transform different materials into goods to satisfy our wants.
Deforestation is one of the causes of land pollution. It reduces the ability of the soil to absorb water, which may end up in erosion and landslide, and at the same time it removes the fertile portion of the land, thus the quality of green produce is affected in a bad way. Increase in demand of technology products is somehow related to land exploitation because the raw materials are obtained through mining, and excessive mining is actually harming the land. The balance of ecosystem in nature is tilting slowly as the modern industries grow in recent
When population increase, the consumption of resources increase. Therefore, a lot of factories have been built and a lot of lands have been used to get rid of different kinds of waste. For example, in lots of major cities in China, there are hundreds of factories that make it difficult for Chinese people to breathe naturally because the air is polluted. In addition, polluted air has become the biggest problem to the human on the earth because it causes some dangerous diseases such as respiratory diseases and heart diseases and sometimes leads to death. According to World Health Organization, around 4.5 million people die each year from air pollution.
Pollution causes smog and soot and is dangerous to the environment. While there may be challenges, there are ways to fight pollution and make this world as beautiful as it once was. Industrial and commercial energy production accounts for 30 percent of all the United States (U.S.) greenhouse gas emissions. All these efforts have helped, and have made much progress. However, all this production use is killing our earth and something needs to change.
People are pollution waters everywhere. They gut polluted water into some river from some factory, due to global warming, etc. (The Importance of Clean Water) Well, water pollution affect the condition for human life and quality of living by when drinking polluted water, polluted water come into your body, and global warming. Global warming hear like kind of air pollution but Water pollution
Pollution is one of the most serious issues the world confronts today. It means adding contamination to environment. The nature 's domain consists of earth, water, air, plants and creatures. If we contaminate them, then the presence of man and nature will be hampered, and our naturally beautiful world becomes ugly because it is suffering from the effects of environmental pollution. There are many types of pollution, namely water, air and noise.
These various forms in which Industrial Pollution can take form already caused large-scale catastrophe (Sneha, 2001). First, water pollution has as of now rendered numerous ground water assets useless for people. Second, Air pollution has prompted an increase in different diseases in the city which includes chronic and cerebral diseases. Thirdly, Industrial wastes contain large amounts of various chemicals which get accumulated on the top layer of the soil resulting in loss of fertility of the soil. Such loss of fertility ultimately results in changes in the ecological balances of the environment due to reduction in plant growth.
Of particular concern are the communities who dispose waste indiscriminately unaware of the dangers they pose to the environment and to their health. This deserves not only the attention of learning and research institutions but also concerns of corporate organizations and individuals to find a lasting solution to the problem. This is because there is continued production of waste with increase in population, which means immense environmental degradation and deterioration of human health, especially since there is no proper waste management system in place. The challenge is to eliminate the health and environmental risks by overcoming the problem of indiscriminate dumping by the communities. Therefore, the study aims to explore appropriate strategies and recommendations of clearing waste in all parts in and around the University in a sustainable manner.