Types Of Pollution In India

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Science Project: Pollution in India

Pollution in India is very high and needs to be taken seriously. The country is the second largest country in the world by population (1,236,344,631 people) and the seventh largest country in the world by area with 3,287,263 square kilometers. In comparison to the western world, India is still struggling with economic and political development, which has a huge impact on all types of pollution.

Pollution occurs when pollutants contaminate our natural surroundings, which brings changes that affect our every day life. Pollution is the presence in or introduction into the environment of a substance, which has harmful or poisonous effects.

Pollution can be generated in different ways by featuring a change of molecules causing adverse metabolic change to humans or other species. When the four elements of nature, fire, earth, air, and water are corrupted, pollution is triggered.
There are nine forms of pollution: air pollution, water pollution, soil pollution, noise pollution, radioactive pollution, thermal pollution, light pollution, visual pollution and personal pollution.

The most dangerous forms of pollution in India are air and water. India is facing major pollution issues due to air and water contamination, which will be discussed further on in this paper. Due to India’s importance in size and population, solutions to control air and water pollution are not only subject to India itself but also to the rest of the planet. Only in
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