Result would be and algal bloom. Alga can be very toxic to animals and can deplete water of oxygen suffocating fish. Pollutants will find a way into the wetlands from mines or processing plants, industrial areas and through accidental oil spills. Visitors to rivers and rock holes pollute wetlands by throwing rubbish in the water or swimming in there with lots of sun screen on or insect repellent on. These chemicals will wash off and affect the water as the substances can be harmful and could reduce the water quality.
Air pollution causes respiratory problems in people and animals. Pollutants in the air can cause brain damage when exposed in great amounts (Air Pollution). In certain rural countries people wear mask to filter the air because factories emit so much pollution into the air. Many countries don't have proper water filtration systems and the pollution dumped into water is ingested by people and they could get sick and die. When pollution is dumped into water, fish are likely to ingest the pollutant and people eat the fish in countries with little food regulation, this can cause harmful effects to the humans.
Because of that are floods increasingly common. We also pollute land. It is caused by throwing garbage on the land and river banks, leakage from chemical tanks, oil spills and other chemicals, which came into the soil by accidental contamination. Animals can eat garbage on land and river banks and they can die because of asphyxiation. Absolutely farming is the most dangerous caused for land pollution.
Our electronic waste is filled with a veritable cocktail of toxic materials. Unfortunately, when this e- waste is not recycled and simply thrown out with the ordinary garbage, ultimately ending up in landfill, it means both human health and the environment are at risk. A report by Environment Victoria and Total Environment Centre, Inc. entitled “Tipping Point: Australia’s E-Waste Crisis/2009/Update”states the following effects from materials found in ewaste. Lead. This toxic material has a well-documented history of negative health affects including brain damage, hence it’s removal from paints and petrol.
The males had a close decision between improper disposal and bodily waste but bodily waste rose as the culprit in their perspective. They commented on the stench of human and dog faeces and urine permeating the town which has taken away from the appeal the town had had before. The females however, tied with the improper disposal and bodily waste as the source of land pollution in downtown Montego Bay as they expressed same sentiments on the smell and added about the piling garbage stretching around the town. This questionnaire has brought evidence to support my claim that a problem with the growth of pollution is affecting
The absent of the imminent need for Permanent Disposal Facility (PDF) such disappointing. The Malaysian public are being set aside and not entitled to take cognizance of their own country while they are experiencing these adverse situations. Retributive justice is involving the just imposing of punishments and punitive action. In this case, what has been done by Lynas (Malaysia) Sdn Bhd is a very big deal because they have destroyed the environment and caused impaired health of the residents. The dumping tonnes of toxic and radioactive will cause unusual health problems including acute respiratory infections and heavy dry coughing.
Oil is flammable from extraction to consumption and the petroleum is heavy in hydrogen sulfide, a gas capable of poisoning any creature when inhale it. On the other hand, from the reading “Nature in the Oil Industry of Northern Veracruz, 1900-1938” says that people’s skin and health problems due to oil and chemicals leaked into the water. It makes the other problem which is oil-contaminated fish and shellfish cannot use, and it is dangerous for people 's health to swim and bathe in polluted streams. In the reading Myrna Santiago says “oil production contributed to the contamination of the land. They have suffered more by losing the access and rights of way to their creeks and waterways.
(Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, 2004) The situation will continue and suffer from unconstrained methane release from anaerobic waste decomposition and underground water contamination. (Department of the Environment, Heritage and Local Government, 2004) Therefore, biodegradable municipal waste should be reduced and managed properly to prevent the spreading diseases by
These impurities limit and alter the lubricating properties of oil and hence must be replaced with a new engine oil. At any moment when discarded engine oil escapes from an engine crankcase, it gains enough potential to pollute the environment. After getting disposed-off from an engine it travel long distances and in most of the cases, it makes its way to waterways in the form of runoff. Once this oil reaches waterways, it acts as a toxic material for plants and animals living in water. Disposal or recycling of discarded engine oil into water bodies can severely interrupt water ecology.
Terrestrial pollution is the containing of the land through dumping of waste and garbage and the presentation of toxins into the into the environment, in other words terrestrial pollution is the destruction of the earth’s surface area ground either directly or indirectly by human activities , also the harmful concentration of substances that are beyond the environment’s capacity to handle. Land pollution is the largest problem faced in Tembisa and it has become bad enough, it damages the soil and this is caused by the overpopulation of people in this township as a result of informal settlement that is also a problem for the Ekurhuleni Metropolitan Municipality and the government of the Gauteng province. As they unable to serve everyone’s need in this township. Over 8000 people are living in one section of Tembisa and the municipality is only able to collect garbage and waste once in a week per section. The community ism practicing an illegal dumping in the public areas such as on the road, next to the football ground, train stations, shopping mall, hostel, near grave yards in the parks and etc.