Pollution : Definition , reason and types.

 what is pollution ?

 how does this work ?

 How many types is this?

 What are its advantages or disadvantages?

 Let's find answers to all these questions .


 Our environment is made up of different types of components.  Each component in this environment is in a certain proportion, and each component has a definite organization that maintains a balance in nature.  But today the proportion of this organization is changing through human activities.  The proportions of various components in the environment are changing.  This change in nature which is harmful to human beings as well as other living beings is called pollution.

 So if we say the definition of pollution then we can express as follows -

 "Such a change in the environment which is harmful to the living beings is called pollution."

 In other words, the "undesirable change in the environment is called pollution".

 Or - "The deficiency or excess of the various components of the environment in a fixed proportion is called pollution."

 In the present time, the blind race of development has hurt human beings, but at the same time, their environment has suffered a lot due to all these development works.  Human is trying to control nature which is impossible.  In this effort, he is posing a danger to himself as well as to other living beings.  Nature is being harmed a lot due to human activities.  The whole creation will have to suffer as a result.

 The main cause of pollution is only human activities.  If man continues to exploit nature in this way, then the day is not far when life on earth will end.

 Types of pollution

 If we talk about the types of pollution, then it is mainly of the following types-

 1 - Air pollution

 2 - Water pollution

 3 - Noise pollution

 4 - Soil pollution

 5 - Radioactive pollution

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