Stop the pollution quick, don't make the water sick!
Water pollution is on the rise and more people continue carry out practices that pollute oceans and lakes in one way or the other. We need to find ways to cut down on water pollution and ensure that our oceans and lakes remain clean for our survival. Some of the ways water pollution occurs includes the use of fertilizers and other chemicals by farmers as they try to make their crops better, dumping of waste products by factories and many other ways we are all guilt of like throwing rubbish where it’s not supposed to be. Water pollution is dangerous and unhealthy to all the living things.
Disposal of waste in oceans and lakes can lead to health risks such as disease outbreaks, cancer, and affects the animals. Water pollution affects fish and other ocean creatures. Some of the chemicals are dangerous and leads to the death of these creatures. This not only creates danger in the ecosystem but could wipe out entire species of such creatures to extinction. Appropriate measures need to be put in place to fight water pollution. Plants for sewage treatment should be built to ensure the proper disposal of human waste
. Another way we can help fight water pollution is encouraging farmers to use organic products that are environmental friendly. People should be aware of the importance of proper waste disposal and measures take to avoid water pollution. Laws need to be put in place to guard against dumping of wastes. With water being one of the most most essential elements for survival, it’s important to ensure that measures are taken to protect this important resource. Polluted water may appear clean but contains chemicals and germs that could lead to many serious diseases. We all need to take action and ensure we are protecting one of our most valued resources. A world with clean water is a healthy place to live in.