Water pollution is a serious problem in India. In recent years this problem has become huge. There are a number of causes responsible for polluting the water. The largest source of water pollution in India is untreated sewage. Other sources of pollution is unregulated small-scale industry. Most rivers, lakes and surface water in India are polluted due to industries, untreated sewage and solid wastes.
Life of a human cannot be sustained with polluted water. When humans drink polluted water it often has serious effects on their health. In addition to being scarce, we also have to deal with the scary fact that around 70 percent of our water is contaminated. This has resulted in around 3,000 people dying every year in India due to contaminated water according to a report.
Following are some other important reasons of increasing levels of water pollution in India:
- Industrial waste
- Social and religious practices like dumping dead bodies in water, bathing, throwing waste in water
- Oil leaks from ships
- Global warming
The best way to solve these issues is to prevent them. We can follow measures such as planting more trees, and use water treatment plants. In the same way it is also important to follow the right methods in disposing toxic waste.
Following are some other ways in which this problem can be solved:
- Cleaning up waterways and beaches.
- Avoid non-biodegradable material like plastics.
- Use Water Treatment Plants.
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