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Analysis of Water Pollution and Its Impact

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Analysis of Water Pollution and Its Impact

Analysis of Water Pollution and Its Impact

Author Name : Prof. S. N. Sharma


Water pollution near oceans, rivers, lakes should be controlled. Waste ingredients should not be disposed in oceans, rivers, lakes and ground water. Water pollution is a problem of serious environmental issue in India as its 70 percent surface and groundwater resources contaminated by various pollutants such as biological, toxic, organic, and inorganic. Among all the largest source of water pollution in India is untreated sewage.Controlled use of pesticides and fertilisers should be done as this will prevent runoffs of the material into nearby water sources. Clean water bodies will result in the sustained development of the country particularly the vulnerable sections of the society. It is the dire need of the hour to control water pollution to achieve the vision of the' healthy nation'.

Keywords: Healthy Nation, Water Pollution, Unregulated Small-Scale Industries, Waste ingredients, Vulnerable Sections.