Water, air,and land are all affected by pollution.There are different types of pollution categorized based on the part of the environment which they affect or result which the particular pollution causes. In the following paragraphs, we will enumerate the consequences of releasing pollutants in the environment. We cause most of the pollution and we will suffer the consequences if we don’t stop. Water pollution can be defined in many ways. Usually,
The more sewage turn to tap water, the less of sewage pollution and will help to control water pollution. According to (Save Malaysia’s environmental plague and economy, 2017), The World Bank recommended every countries to target 25 percent or below but Malaysia stands at 32 percent of water sop plies as non-revenue water because of pipe leakage and theft. Government should upgrade sewage system. Thus, with the decreasing of sewage pollution, the problem of water pollution will also
Water pollution is when there is a build of one or more substances in water to such an extent that it causes problems for animals or plants. This form of pollution has increased as the population of this town has increased. There are two different ways in which water pollution can occur: • If pollution occurs from a single location such as a discharge pipe attached to a factory it is known as point-source pollution. • A great deal of pollution happens not from one source but from many different scattered sources. This is known as nonpoint-source pollution.
 However, water pollution which is one of many environmental challenges seems popular in Malaysia today and also at developing countries due to human activities and the rise of population growth, industrial production, climate change and other factors. These activities are including the increasing industrialization, throwing sewage, industrial waste into rivers and oceans, using harmful fertilizers and littering.  It is therefore affects the water sources in term of the distribution, quantity, and the chemical quality of water sources.  Water can be polluted when the pollutants released into it and will contaminate the streams, lakes, seas, underground water or oceans and thus can be a health hazard to human being. Water pollutants which enter the water bodies comes from various sources and can be categorized as sewage
WATER POLLUTION IN ELURU CANAL – VIJAYAWADA Introduction: Water pollution is referred to the contamination of water bodies such as lakes, ponds, canals, rivers, oceans and ground water etc by physical and chemical substances. This occurs when pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into the water. It leads to environmental degradation effecting the plants and organisms living in the water bodies. Water pollution may also occur from natural causes such as sedimentation, volcanoes, storms, floods, earthquakes etc. Though earth is covered by 70% of water, hardly 2% is the drinkable water.
With sufficient thoughts about finding causes for water pollution, it is easy to come up with plenty of causes. However, industries, chemicals and municipals are the three major causes that have negative effects on water’s pollution. Causes Industry: Industrial water
Continuous increase of urban communities beside water bodies such as rivers results in shortage of clean water supply. Improper waste disposal and lack of sanitation may result to water-borne diseases that were being carried by infectious pathogens such as a coliform bacterium (E.coli) from domestic effluents is one of examples of pollution. Pollution
Pollution of the environment can be classified as air pollution, water pollution and noise. Water pollution means water pollution, which is unfit for consumption and for other purposes. There are essentially five main sources of water pollution from domestic wastewater, agricultural run-off and industrial wastewater, sewage from septic tanks and rainwater. There is a lack of stringent pollution control policies in many countries around the world, particularly in developing and underdeveloped
WATER POLLUTION INTRODUCTION It is called ‘Pollution’, “when something is added to the environment that makes it unclean or unsafe” (C.Dozier, 2001,p1). According to Arvind Kumat, (2008,p.142) “Water pollution is defined as the addition of some substance (organic, inorganic, biological, and radiological) or factor (e.g. heat) which degrades the quality of water so that it either become a health hazard or unfit to use. Water pollution not only affects plants and organisms living in the bodies of water, but it also damages the natural biological communities. (Dingra and Singh,2004) Over 70% of the Earth’s surface is covered by water but less than 1% of it is available for drinking and agriculture; thus making water pollution a very significant issue.