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
Water is a critical source used all around the world to keep our way of life flowing. The use of water goes from regular house needs to creating energy in many ways. Around the world drinkable water starting to run low and the water stored is being contaminated by pollutants causing sickness and death. Countries are going through droughts which affects the water supply needed to maintain irrigation, and public supply. Water pollution is defined as the presence in groundwater of toxic chemicals and biological agents that exceed what is naturally found in the water and may pose a threat to human health and/or the environment.
Water pollution. Water pollution is any chemical, physical or biological change in the quality of water that has a harmful effect on any living thing that drinks or uses or lives in it. When humans drink polluted water it often has serious effects on their health. Water pollution can also make water unsuited for the desired use. Usually water pollution is caused by the waste from sewage, and factories.
Water contamination is one the world wide problems, which is directly affecting living organisms. There are several variety causes water pollutants like synthetic dyes used for textile dyeing, paper, plastics, leather, food, cosmetic industry, and other printing industries that causes severe ecological problems, because of their unacceptable color, biological degradation, toxicity, and carcinogenic properties, they are of great concern.. In order to solve this problem, many of researchers have developed some methods to degrading harmful dye from contaminated water like adsorption, flocculation, electrolyte decomposition, ion exchange method, biological methods, etc. These conventional methods are not suitable at large scale due to high
Content. Definition of water pollution. Water pollution is defined as the water contamination due to the direct or indirect pollutant that were discharge into river and contamination of the chemical that was not properly treated to remove harmful compound. Factors that cause water pollutions. There are several factors that causes the water pollution such as the non-point source, point source, rubbish dumping, industrial waste, and ballast water tank.
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.
Human being, marine ecosystem, and countries’ economy are the main factors that are affected by water contamination. Drinking polluted water and eating poisoned seafood would cause many health issues, such as cancers and kidney diseases. As a consequence of water pollution, marine life is suffering from oxygen deficiency, and the continuous numbers of deaths are increasing. As a result, the economies of the exporter countries would find reduction in the amounts of the aquatic animals. Also, high costs of water desalinations affect the economy of the countries that are suffering from the polluted
aquatic organisms and disturb the integrity of the ecosystem (Mester and Tien 2000; Puvaneswari et al., 2006) by alters the pH, increases the biochemical oxygen demand (BOD) and chemical oxygen demand (COD).Dyes industries have also a serious role in environmental pollution. Dyes mainly used in paper, textile and leather industries. Pollutant released from these dyes industries cause water and soil pollution. Water and land pollution by dyes industries affect large numbers of people and environment. These pollutants affects in many forms.
Straight and unintended interaction with polluted soil leads to health risks. Furthermore, it causes huge conflicts in the environment balance and the health of the organisms is under risk. Soil pollution causes some serious problems. For example: • The soil fertility reduction. • Damage of the normal nutrients of the soil.
Samer (2016) refers to hydrogen sulphide as “an aggressive trace gas”, it is emitted in large amounts after manure is broken down anaerobically during sometime in storage. Furthermore, Hydrogen Sulphide is known to be hazardous to the environment, specifically ecological systems when released, therefore, aiding in the depletion and degradation of ecosystems. Another factor which impacts the air quality is dust emissions; dust is a primary source of contamination in livestock buildings, Dust released from meat production is hazardous as it transmits pathogens, bacteria and microbes in the atmosphere which affects health and the environment accordingly. Other substances impacts air quality like carbon monoxide which is made from the incomplete combustion of fuels inside