The Consequences Of Water Pollution

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For my first paragraph Water Pollution is a harmful thing if not careful, such as, “ Water Pollution is the contamination of natural water bodies by contamination of natural water bodies by chemical,physical,radioactive, or pathogenic microbial substances”( C. Michael Hogan pg3/6).Iin this quote the author of this article is telling the audience that in the polluted waters in any river there could be any of these substances inside the water that can possibly cause a very harmful sickness. For instance, “ Chemical water pollution are generally atoms or molecules which have discharged into natural bodies, usually by activities of humans. Common examples of such chemical water pollutants are, Mercury from mining activity, Nitrogen compounds …show more content…
For instance “ Chemical water pollutants are generally atoms or molecules, which have been discharged into natural water bodies, usually by activities of humans. Common examples of chemical water pollution are Mercury, nitrogen, compounds used in agriculture such as Fertilizer, and insecticide, chlorinated water from Water Treatment plants, and finally various acids from many different manufacturing activities, like mining, mineral digging, and taking out glaciar water which has many different gases and acidic fumes which can cause a 1,000 degree burn and die under the hot fumes”(C. Michael Hogan …show more content…
Water pollution is the combination of natural bodies of water by radioactive, chemical, physical, or pathogenic microbial substances. Many people believe that environmental pollution is a worldwide pollution. But there are others that strongly disagree. Water pollution is the cause of many health problems in the poor countries which rely on their contaminated water source every day, however in the U.S. water filtration happens every day leading to less health issues and problems compared to the lower poor countries, For example “ Water Pollution is the contamination of natural water bodies

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