National Pollution Control Day

National Pollution Control Day
National Pollution Control Day

Pollution is something very undesirable that must be removed before time.

When we are not living in a hygienic manner it can make us full of diseases to which we are not in the hope of pertaining.

When things are not going well in our surrounding it may be because of the pollution which is being created around us.

These pollutions can make us too much sick due to which we can lead a very bad life.

If we talk about the types of pollution it can have so many forms.

The noise which is being created by the vehicles or the loudspeakers in a street or in the functions of our family or somewhere else can really cause a serious pollution known as noise pollution.

When we talk about the dust particle which is present around us can lead to have a serious diseases like lung disease known as bronchitis.

Garbage which are being thrown in the water can create the water toxic which in other form can make us too much unhealthy.

It is nothing like which cannot be controlled in any manner.

But when the bad things goes on serious mode it really take a lot of time to be normal in the life.

The pollution which is being caused by the hazardous gases in the environment can lead to air pollution.

These gases can create a problem in a respiration which can lead us to death.

Being the person on this earth we must follow the rules and regulations which are being made to keep our environment clean and to keep our globe healthy.

Don’t let your life full of problems related to pollution.

When a large amount of industrial fertilizers are added to the soil that can lead to the reduction in the crop production.

This type of pollution is being considered as soil pollution.

So if you want to lead a healthy life keep your environment healthy as more as you can do it.

Because if the environment is not good you are not going to be good.

The presence of environmental pollution raises the issue of pollution control. Great efforts are made to limit the release of harmful substances into the environment through air pollution control, wastewater treatment, solid-waste management, hazardous-waste management, and recycling.

Unfortunately, attempts at pollution control are often surpassed by the scale of the problem, especially in less-developed countries. Noxious levels of air pollution are common in many large cities, where particulates and gases from transportation, heating, and manufacturing accumulate and linger.

The problem of plastic pollution on land and in the oceans has only grown as the use of single-use plastics has burgeoned worldwide. In addition, greenhouse gas emissions, such as methane and carbon dioxide, continue to drive global warming and pose a great threat to biodiversity and public health.

Pollution, even in minuscule amounts, impacts the ecological balance. Pollutants can make their way up the food chain and eventually find their way inside the human body.

This National Pollution Control Day let’s pledge to restore the ecological balance of our Earth.

-Priya Kashyap

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