Saturday, January 14, 2012

A Great Demand For Water Pollution Solutions Necessary For Survival

The high demand for water pollution solutions increases as the threat to the survival of this generation as we know it is increasing, due to increasing toxic waste in water and the pollution levels in our environment.

Because of this, people are now becoming more aware of the importance of take care of our resources. Not only would the failure of this have a devastating effect on our future generations, it could also effect their ability to survive at all.

How to Stop Water Pollution
One of our most valuable resources is water, in the absence of this or the air, we couldnt survive.
Toxins such as industrial waste and raw sewage and run-off pollution continue to cause enormous damage all waterways.

The Clean Water Act of 1972, helped clean up by improving water that would have been otherwise unfit for human consumption.

unfortunately a great deal damage to the all rivers still result in loss of wildlife impaired functioning of ecosystems, and increasingly perilous human health threats.

Fresh water pollution in the case of river pollution, especially the run-off, which is generated by all of us and the solution to improving this, requires the help of all citizens.

It is not productive to always rely on our federal, state, provincial or local governments to effectively police all of our water resources.

They simply cannot free enough resources to watch over the amount of lakes, ponds, and rivers.

It is each of our civic duties to report activities of others who are polluting our water resources.

Daily air pollution is in our face and surrounds us as we breathe it in everyday.

The main cause of air pollution is by the burning of fossil fuels in our cars, industries and the emissions of toxic chemicals in manufacturing processes, these account for most of the pollution released into our air, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, sulfur dioxide, ash, benzene, smoke, and soot, just to name a few.
Some of the more visible poisons accumulating in our atmosphere may present in the form of Smog or acid rain.
It is hopeful that with the right monitoring and regulation, that we can decrease the amount of pollutants in the air.

The 1980s the elimination of the use of leaded gasoline lowered the lead emissions in our air by 90%.

Filters are used to eliminate dark clouds, smog and smoke from the air in order to clean it.

It can not be stressed enough the importance of each of us becoming the eyes and ears for our government officials.

Uncontrolled and unsustainable development continues to threaten biodiversity.

Modern urbanization, pesticides, timber production and hazardous wastes being dumped and pumped into the land has crucially altered the natural landscape of our Earth.

With no practice of responsible urban planning and development or the designations of critical habitats or the preservation of endangered species and alleviation of agricultural and industrial actives that poison and erode the soil; the widespread habitat loss and species extinction will continue.

If you find someone or something polluting water, you should report it to the right people.
Bear in mind, its our future generations that count on, and their hope for health depend on our actions today, in order to sustain potable drinking water and clean fresh air to breathe.

1 comment:

  1. Remember, you may not be able to fix all the oil leaks, litter, and things that cause water pollution, but you can start of by fixing yours. Be part of the solution.

    ~ Monica Barnes