These toxic materials could be from traceable sources such as factories, farms, sewage etc.
They are sometimes less traceable sources such as pollution in the air.
The environment provides us with the air we breathe, the water we drink, the food we eat and a shelter to protect ourselves.
Access to fresh and clean water is a basic necessity of any living being for existence. The adage, “Water, water everywhere, not a drop to drink,” rightly fits the current scenario.
To make the students aware of this we have prepared short and long essays for students which shall inform them about water pollution and the means to minimise it. Water is said to be polluted if its physical, biological, and chemical properties are deteriorated via anthropogenic and natural activities.
Water pollution has affected the lives of humans and animals in all aspects.
Through various activities, sometimes inadvertently, we pollute our ecosystem with toxic materials dumped into our water.
Causes of Water Pollution: One of the most popular features of water is also the cause of water pollution.
Many families have installed water purifiers at home to ensure that their family members get to drink healthy water.
However, this will not help curb the water pollution problem on the global level.