With the development of the city in India, the environment has become the worst destroyed, the city will produce the dirty water and pollute the fresh water and the city has no money to support the whole water system, so the dirty water cannot be cleaned clearly and give the hurt to the whole environment. For a long time, the environment system becomes the bad. The government can ask the help for the water organization in the world for money. In India, the government can raise the money from the rich human to build the whole water system. Only the system become completely, the city can become the normal
The rivers in Selangor are highly vulnerable to pollution due to the government’s inefficient town and land-use planning and insufficient of supervision and enforcement by the various local authorities. Association of Water and Energy Research Malaysia (AWER) President, S.Piarapakaran blamed the government entirely because lack of enforcement.He added most of the pollutant came from the factories. Sungai Semenyih water treatment plant had to stop their operations because the level of ammonia and manganese in the water keep rising and last February, the reading of ammonia in the water exceeded the 1.5mg per litre standard that is set by the Health Ministry leads to the water cut off which affected about 22,000 households in the Hulu Langat and Kuala Langat areas. Piarapakaran said that existing law,Environment Quality Act 1974 and Water Services Industry Act 2006 should be enough to punish the wrongdoers if it is been enforced
When liquids and other materials begin to degrade, they release a juice that can be toxic if consumed. Leachate can not only be stored by the soil and make it less fertile, but also contaminate the source of water that is close by. This liquid can completely ruin the whole water system for those that depended on it. Water pollution has increased over the last couple of years and “in the U.S. 40% of rivers and lakes are considered too polluted to support normal activities”
In an attempt to accelerate the pace of its industrial development, an economically developing nation like India has failed to pay adequate attention to solid waste management (NSWAI 2010). Such a failure incurs a severe penalty at a later time in the form of resources needlessly lost and a staggering adverse impact on the environment and on public health and safety (ibid). The industrialisation process in Kerala has been exploiting the environment. It produced a huge amount of waste which is dumped in different parts of the state, especially in rural areas. It happens because of less resistance in early stages of dumping waste or construction of factories and waste treatment plants, and/or ignorance of the local people about the consequences of dumping waste and working of factories and waste treatment plants.
Water bottles, a major controversy in the world of recycling and on the other hand litter. Do you know what happens in our oceans and world when plastic is thrown out or littered? There are many dangerous and harmful effects when this happens. Water bottles are creating a pile of trash in the ocean and on land, and to top it all off we’re the ones who started and created this disaster. I think that plastic water bottles should be banned because it’s pricey and expensive to the economy and to the public, they are lethal to animals, and plastic water bottles are polluting our environment.
Air Pollution in China Air pollution is an increasing concern throughout the world. With escalating populations comes the massive growth of air pollution, which is detrimental to a person’s health, especially on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Countless countries and cities have been plagued with toxic air and shockingly twelve of the twenty majorly polluted cities throughout the world are located in China (Zhend & Kahn, 2013, p. 732). China’s air pollution is constantly increasing and harming the Chinese population. One population that is increasingly affected by the contaminated air are the children in China.
Thenceforth, the polluted water will need to go through complicated process to make it safe. But in many cases, because of the vast amount of money needed for the purification of water, people more often will ignore the current situation and the algae will therefore spread into widen areas. According to Hinews’s news article published on Apr. 1th 2015, the potato industry in Ningxia, China is causing the main catchment area nearby to be polluted and appearing the state of eutrophication. The pollution source—potato starch industries, are making a massive amount of benefits to the local potato farmers, but some of the factories are forced to shut down due to the overloaded wastewater production.
It is a huge amount of money that U.S. has to put on illegal people instead of using it for developing the country, and it also cause lack of medical equipments and doctors because of a high number of patients. In addition, illegal immigrants can destroy the environments of local countries. Increasing of population means increasing of waste in the countries because “the accumulation of disintegrating toilet paper, human feces, and rotting food has become a health and safety issue for residents of and visitors to some of these areas, and is
With an upcoming development and world’s global climate change are causing many degradation of water and its sources. Water resources and its reservoirs are greatly being affected by anthropogenic action or natural phenomenon. When talking about water pollution, we should consider that it is not only about water quality but also about water quantity. Water pollution in Japan had been issue even before the industrialization, especially during “Japan’s Meji Period (1868-1912)”, when “Ashio Copper Mine” dumped huge amount of waste water into Watarase River and greatly hamper the residents (Water Environmental Management in Japan, n.a). It seems that with industrialization and urbanization, the water problem become more severe in Japan.
The main components that contribute to NRW are pipe leakages, reservoir overflows, meter under-registration and illegal connections. High levels of NRW are detrimental to the financial viability of water utilities, as well to the quality of water itself. NRW is typically measured as the volume of water "lost" as a share of net water produced. However, it is sometimes also expressed as the volume of water “lost” per km of water distribution network per day. NRW rate was recorded at a national average of 36.93, 36.63, 36.37 and 36.6 percent of the total water produced in 2008, 2009, 2010 and 2013repectively.