Soil Pollution


Soil Pollution

When the top layer of land is depleted due to human or nature in the quality of the soil, then it is called soil pollution.

Due to soil pollution

Soil pollution can be the following.
1. Soil erosion
2. Decrease in micro-organisms living in soil.
3. High volatility in temperature.
4. By mining industries
5. In the process of urbanization and road construction.
6. Wastes derived from industries, which are shed on the ground; Such as metals, acids, alkalis, dyes, metal-oxides, insecticides etc.
7. In western Rajasthan and many other parts of the country, underground water is saline. In which the upper soil becomes insipid due to irrigation.
8. The use of insecticides, herbs, and pesticides in agriculture increases soil toxicity.
9. Soil is polluted by getting rid of waste and waste products in the soil.

Land-pollution

Effects of Soil Pollution

1. With soil erosion the land turns into wasteland.
2. Pesticides, fungicides, fumigants, such as - BEHC, DDT, in the food chain of the Alti man, crops, vegetables, milk eggs etc. come in the food they create many deadly diseases.
3. Some chemicals are never decomposed in the mud and make permanent maladies in them.
4. The sulfur compounds act with water and make the acid and the soil excessive. This acidity makes acidic trees - damages the plants.
5. Urban waste has inexpensive waste and excessive plastic, which never ends.

 Measures for soil pollution control

1. Extra-more trees should be protected from erosion by planting more trees.
2. Organic manure in the form of compost; For example, chemical fertilization should be used in dung, leaf manure and low quantity.
3. Industrial effluents are prohibited without shedding the soil without proper treatment and filtering lethal chemicals.
4. Disposal of national urban wastewater used in power generation and manure production etc., disposed of waste.
5. Use of at least pesticides should be used for agricultural production.
6. India has set up National Land Use and Protection Board in this direction. Coordination policy for the health and scientific management of the land resources of the country works at the national level in the form of planning and monitoring.

The program for the revival of alkaline soil was done in the seventh plan, in which about 7 million hectares of land in the country are about 3 68 million hectares are suffering from alkalinity. Thus, the alkaline land is located in 11 states.



Nuclear pollution Types of nuclear pollution and it's control

Nuclear pollution

The radiation from the diodeactive substance is called 'radioactive pollution'. Dioactive substances automatically emit radiation; Such as uranium, thorium, plutonium etc.

Nuclear pollution

Types of nuclear pollution

Radioactive pollution is of two types.

1. Human-Generated

This pollution is mainly caused by the explosion of leakage, plutonium and thorium purification from nuclear reactors, nuclear experiments, molecular energy equipment, pharmacology, exploration of radioactive materials, and atomic bombs. Apart from these, radioactive isotopes are manufactured in cobalt-60, stratium-90, carbon-14, cesium-137 and tritium.

2 . Nature born

Due to the sun's rays and radioactive substances hidden in the womb of the Earth; Eg - Radium-224, Uranium-238, Potassium-4U, which is polluted due to nature's population. Pollution occurs. Due to its low intensity it does not cause any significant damage to life


Effects of nuclear pollution

Due to solid radioactive pollution, hazardous diseases in humans become bone cancer, blood cancers and bone TB etc. Due to radioactive pollution, the harmful mutation occurs in the genes and chromosomes. Children die in the uterus. The effects of radioactive pollution are gradually seen in many years as paralysis, depletion, deafness etc. 

In 1945, the city of Hiroshima in Japan (August 6) and Nagasaki (August 9), the United States destroyed the two cities by blasting a nuclear bomb. Here people died due to radioactive pollution and the chief died. Presently about 67 years later, children can be seen as being crippled and urban. It is noteworthy that the effect of radioactive radiation on thousands of years is due to the fact Stays till . 
It is also worth noting that al-radioactive pollution is the most fatal in all pollutants. Thousands of people were killed on April 26, 1986 in Charnobil of Soviet Russia and September 30, 1999 in Tokyo, Japan and in Japan's nuclear reactors Pla (March 2011) Fukuyama.

Measures of nuclear pollution control

1. Production and use of nuclear weapons should be prohibited.
2. Rational and waste disposal of the radiacic waste.
3. Equipment for human experimentation should be freed from radioactivity
4. Avoid UV radiations by wearing glasses.
5. Where these nuclei are used, the work should end soon. Which reduces more person and time, from which per person emergence. (Exposure) is minimal.

6. As far as possible, radioactive substances should not be immersed in sea, river, water etc.
7. Restrictions from reactors, restriction on radioactive fuel and use of transport and use of isotope should be banned.
8. The establishment of a nuclear reactor should be far away from the human population.
9. The rules regarding safety should be strictly followed.
10. Diacococus is defeated by radiodurens as the world's strongest bacterium, on which there is no effect of nuclear explosion. Its Fierce: Pollution can be found by dismantling parakee compounds and other pollutants





Thermal pollution & its effect

Thermal pollution

Unwanted increase in temperature of atmospheric factors is called thermal pollution.

Thermal pollution can be divided into two parts. 
1. Water Thermal Pollution 
2. Atmospheric thermal

Thermal pollution

Due to water thermal pollution

1. Immersion of hot industrial effluents into the water by the industries.
2. Absorption of heat in excess of the substances present on the surface of polluted water.

Due to atmospheric thermal pollution

1. With the increase in the number of vehicles globally
2. Excess of various gases present in the smoke coming from the industries; . Such as greenhouse gas, carbon dioxide, methane, chlorofluorocarbons, nitrous oxide etc.
3. Chlorofluorocarbon emitted from refrigeration equipment, aircraft etc.
4. By the vapor of carbon tetra chloride, methyl chloroform etc. omitted from industries based on solvents


Effects of thermal pollution

1. Due to the loss of ozone layer, it increases the incidence of skin cancer from ultraviolet radiation.
2. Global warming.
3. Melting of snow of polar regions by increasing the sea level.
4. Changes in water cycle deteriorate somewhere, then somewhere flood.
5. In the last 140 years 2001 was the warmest year. 6. According to a study conducted by the Center for Atmospheric Sciences (CAS) of the United Nations Environment Program, the risk of thermal pollution will be higher on India's tropical country. )


Air pollution ,Reason , Effects control of air pollution


Uninterrupted elements of which air is polluted. They are called air pollutants and pollutants generated by them are called air pollution.

Reason for air pollution

The cause of air pollution can be divided into two parts.
1. Natural causes 2. Human causes

Air pollution

1. Natural reasons

There is pollution in the air from the volcanic eruptions, fires in forests, dust blowing during the storms, mud and bogs during biological and chemical processes occurring in bogs. But This pollution is in very small quantities, whose diagnosis is also naturally occur only after some time.

2 Human factors


The reason for air pollution is primarily human. It started due to industrialization, urbanization and technical development. You can clarify this as follows.
1. Industrialization requires energy, due to which biological. Fuels are combusted, as a result many gases and substances are produced; Such as carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide, sulfur dioxide etc.
2. Combustion of coal is done in the power houses, in which large amounts of sulfur dioxide, sooty, colodya ash etc. are wasted in air. Are omitted.
3. Smoke comes from the combustion of gasoline or diesel used in the means of transportation (such as car, tank, bus etc.), in which micro carbon particles, nitrogen oxides and peroxide gases, carbon monoxide gases, ladders etc., which emit y Pollute. The main pollutants produced by the engines are carbon monoxide (77.2%), nitrogen oxide and hydrocarbons.
4. Combustion of fossil fuels used in household work also results in polluting the air.

5. Molecular explosions also contain harmful chemicals and dust particles in air. Together it pollutes.
6. Physical instruments; For example - Chlorofluorocarbon is used as refrigerants in fridge, air conditioners etc., which gradually destroys the ozone layer, which is called ozone hole. Due to ozone, ultraviolet rays reach the Earth and the skin produces cancers.
7. In order to increase productivity in agricultural works, pesticide is very fine sprayed. In addition, DDT, BHC etc. are also powder. All these harmful substances combine the air into the air to pollute the air.
8. The use of the organic solvents; For example, the furniture of polish, spray stomach is done. These liquid hydrocarbons that evaporate at low heat. So when it is used, it evaporates into the air, pollutes the air
9. By smoking people

10. By toiletries.
11. Other than firecrackers run for fun; For example, carcasses - carpets, dead animals, etc., smelled deodorant. Are those that pollute the air.

Effects of air pollution

Since the air can go far away - the effect of this pollution is widespread. This pollution affects all vegetation, human health, other organisms, environment, etc. adversely. Their effect can be seen as follows.

Effects on flora

Plants' leaves fall precipitously due to the insoluble atmosphere with foul smell. Flatirons hydrocarbons of leaves are blocked by oil, so that both photosynthesis and transpiration are adversely affected. Leaves are removed from hydrocarbons prematurely and flower petals are twisted. In areas with high air pollution, the gases in the air with rain water harm the flora. Combustion of fossil fuels (such as coal, petroleum) produces sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide (CO) etc., which act with atmospheric water to produce sulfuric acid or nitric acid. With acidic water these acids also come to Earth so it is called acid rain. Acid rain causes the color of flowers to become faint, loss of plants, nutrients from the soil are released by soil neutralization. Countries affected by acid rain are North America and Scandinavian countries.

Influence on human health

Carbon monoxide present in the air passes through the sauces to the papilla, making it hemoglobin in hemoglobin in the blood. Forest monoxide (CO) is 200 times more active than oxygen. Therefore, the person has a very small amount of carbon monoxide. Damages and if its volume is abundant, then the person suffers from suffocation, because the carbon monoxide reduces the ability to carry oxygen due to the blood. It suffers from and decreases the functioning of asphyxia and lungs and brain function. In winter nights, people often go to sleep without burning the coal in the air room, due to which there is no abundance of oxygen due to coal burning, instead of CO, C0 gas, which makes the air faster than hemoglobin of human blood From which sleeping in the room. The death is due to the death.
1. Ga skies from vehicles; Such as carbon monoxide (77%), nitrogen. Oxides and hydrocarbons enter the body with respiration, etc. By which the respiratory system diseases in humans, asthma, bronchitis, burning in the eyes. Soreness and infection occur in children

2. Nitrogen oxide + hydrocarbons - Parallax acetyl nitrate + O (ozone).
3. Ozone affects the respiratory system and the eyes of the animals. PAN WASHABLE Harms to PAN light prevents optical decomposition of water in synthesis.
4. NO2, 03 and PAN are collectively called photo chemical smog. The effect of the PAN is the dissolution of the ozone layer and radiation of ultraviolet rays increases on Earth, which is harmful to the organisms.
5. Sulfur dioxide damages the membrane system of living cells, causing tissue decay and headache.
6. Burning coal is also free of CO and water and oxide mixture is also free. The mineral ash flies from the coal as a fly ash. Some licenses; Like - Ussenia, SO, indicates pollution.

Impact on insects and wildlife

Animal organisms are also affected by air pollution; Like - some bees, butterflies, etc. are eliminated by air pollution. Due to decrease in the production of Kashmiri apples, the number of bees is considered to be low because the bees help fertilize the flowers by fertilizing the flowers. The respiratory system and the nervous system are affected due to the visible air of other wildlife.

Air pollution rules and regulations

1. Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 came into effect and was revised in 1987 to prevent and control air pollution in India.
2. Due to the loss of forests and fossil fuels also due to the concentration of increasing CO2, a thick cover is formed in the atmosphere, which prevents heat returning from the Earth. This increases the temperature of the Earth, which is called the Green Home Effect. | The major greenhouse gases are CO2, N2O, CH4, CFCs

Measures for air pollution control

1. Automated Vehicle Use of Sharped Natural Gas (CNG) in the place of Petrol as possible. Those .
2. Comprehensive surveys and studies to be conducted to check current air pollution levels and regular monitoring of pollution should be done.
3. Use of alternative sources of energy should be promoted; Such as tidal energy, bio-energy energy, wind power, solar thermal energy, hydroelectric energy etc.
4. To reduce pollution from automated vehicles, 'scrubber' should be included in trains.
5. Efforts should be made at the national level for the complete destruction of ruthenium or carrot grass.
6. It is necessary to have bag filter in factory fire plants. From this, particulate matter with diameter less than 50 micrometers is separated.
7. Only small amounts of sulfur-containing diesel (ULSD) or green diesel should be used in diesel trains.
8. Other alternate fuels of vehicles; Such as: Cola band methane, bio diesel etc.
9. There should be huge reductions in the production and consumption of deadly polluting materials and elements, such as chloro-fluoro carbon (CFCS) which causes decaying ozone.
10. Lacto-Static Preceptor, High NG scrubber etc. are used to prevent the spread of small particles of particles from a micrometer to the atmosphere.
12. On November 2, 2001, the Supreme Court on the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) of Congress leader Muriel Deborah issued an order prohibiting smoking at all public places.