Notes, Exercises, Videos, Tests and Things to Remember on Chemical Pollution
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The damaged caused in the environment due to the unscientific and improper use of chemical substances is known as chemical pollution. Due to the use of chemicals in an improper way the environment is getting more and more unhygienic day by day, especially in those places with high population density.
Some of the major causes of chemical pollution are:
Control Measures of Chemical Pollution
Management of Bio-degradable and Non- Biodegradable Wastes
The unwanted and non useable goods generated from industries, commercial, factories, agricultural operations, etc. are said to be solid waste. The increasing amount of solid waste generated from domestic as well as industries is causing environmental imbalance. On the basis of characteristics, the solid waste can be classified as bio- degradable waste and non- biodegradable waste.
Solid Waste Management
All the activities that include managing the waste from its inspection to its final disposal are known as waste management. The collection, storage, disposal, etc. in a safe place which doesn’t create any pollution is said to be solid waste management. There are a number of scientific and systematic ways for collection, disposal and storage of solid waste. If the waste is not managed in a proper manner, many diseases can spread in the surrounding. Many government and non- government institutions has established for managing the waste in a systemic manner. It is responsibility of everyone to keep our surrounding clean, dispose the garbage in a proper place, separate organic and inorganic waste so that it will be easy to recycle the waste. Some of the methods that can be used for solid waste management as listed as follows:
The environmental deterioration caused due to the use of chemicals in an unscientific and improper way is said to be chemical pollution.
The major causes of chemical pollution are:
The major ways to control chemical pollution are:
Solid waste is defined as any sort of bio-degradable and non- biodegradable wastes such as food, plastics, clothes, wrappers, etc.
Solid waste can be classified into the following two types:
Solid waste management is the proper collection, disposal, storage of the waste materials produced from different places due to different human activities in a safe and well hygienic place.
Some of the major methods to be adopted for solid waste management are: