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environmental pollution

environmental pollution

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environmental pollution, namely: the introduction of living creatures, substances, energy and / or other components into the environment

by human activities so that its quality decreases to a certain level which causes the environment can not function in accordance with the allocation. Water pollution is changing the status of waters such as lakes, rivers, oceans, and groundwater. Lakes, rivers, oceans, and groundwater is an important role in human life and is a part of the hydrological cycle. The use of large lakes, rivers, oceans, and groundwater for irrigation agriculture, raw potable water, rain drainage water and wastewater, as well as tourist attraction. The main cause of pollution of industrial wastewater is a variety of pollutants in waste water, such as heavy metals, organic toxins, nutrients and solid oil. Water pollution can cause flooding may cause erosion, lack of water sources, can create a source of disease, Landslide and can damage the river ecosystem. water pollution can cause bad for human health. such as a nausea, vomiting, dizziness, upset stomach, cancer, poisoning, skin diseases, disorders of central nervous system, kidneys and metabolic systems

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