28
Jul

WATER POLLUTION AND ITS ORIGINS

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Water pollution means the presence of one or more hazardous substances in the water bodies which might cause health issues in humans and animals. This occurrence of toxic substances is due to input through human related activities. The water bodies can be groundwater, lakes, oceans and rivers. The water in lakes and rivers naturally reduces the harmful pollutants to some extent by dispersing mechanism. The concentrations of pollutants in affected water results harmful impacts to plants, animals and humans.

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28
Jul

IDENTIFYING SOURCES OF AIR POLLUTION

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Air pollution is a discharge of contaminants into the air which poses negative effects on human health and overall environment. Those contaminants can be in the forms of liquid, solid and gaseous such as particulates, gases and biological molecules that are injected into the atmosphere of our earth and thereby cause health issues in humans, animals, plants and other living organisms prevail in a natural environment. These toxic substances in air can also destroy all ecosystems. For example, carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), sulphur oxides (SOx), carbon monoxide (CO), heavy metals, fluorinated gases, ozone (O3) and volatile organic compounds (VOC) are famous pollutants in the air.

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28
Jul

Sustainable development

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Sustainable development is the arrangement of ways to manage objectives for urbanization and industrialization while sustaining the capacity of natural resources and ecosystems including their services on which our society, environment and economy are dependent. Generally, this approach refers to a process of development which is dependent on existing resources without affecting the needs of our future generations. With the passage of time, this concept has focused more on development of society and economy and protection of environment.

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26
Jul

Awareness about different types of pollution

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Pollution is the discharge of toxic substances in different forms (i.e. solid/liquid/gaseous) to the environment (air, soil and water) normally as a result of human activities. Urbanization/Industrialization and rapidly expansion of global population are putting a considerable pressure on natural and agriculture resources. Unfortunately, our most important natural resource i.e. trees is awfully destroyed by both urbanization and industrialization.

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26
Jul

Advantages of recycling

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A process in which previously used materials, considered as trash, are collected and converted into another useful products. This process efficiently benefit our community and environment.

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