Water Pollution Essay

1942 Words Mar 29th, 2011 8 Pages
Our planet is composed of 70% water and 30% of land. Our body is also composed of 2/3 of water. In other words life without water is INPOSIBLE.Imagine what would happen if amount of water in nature would be drastically reduced? I believe we all know the answer and the consequences. The entire flora, fauna and the entire human being will die slowly. Now a day, we have a lot of amount of water in our planet but that is a big paradox because a big part from that water is polluted. Basically living the life without water or with polluted water is the same. Just for example if we have a glass full of water, and if someone put poison in that glass what would happen? The answer is completely the same but in this case the poison was added into …show more content…
In order to stop this process and to save our lives we need to find out some new system which will clean up the sewage and released back into the environment without catastrophe. As we can see now days, oil becomes the biggest enemy to the water. Spills from tankers, ships and off-shore oil somehow pollute the water in direct way. This type of pollution make big catastrophe because we speak about big amount of water as lakes or oceans, in which all aquatic life will be damage.
” Workers use special nets to clean up a California beach after an oil tanker spill. Tanker spills are an increasing environmental problem because once oil has spilled, it is virtually impossible to completely remove or contain it. Even small amounts spread rapidly across large areas of water” .
As we know oil and water can’t mix, so oil floats on the surface of the water till some coast, where pollute it. In some situations when oil goes down in the water can become a bigger problem, which result is death to the whole ecosystem. Some people may think that this type of pollution, throughout the oil is not connected to them or not make effect to their lives, but they are totally wrong. All substances that lack from cars, tracks, motors including petrol and oil are washed with the rain and go up in the atmosphere where they continue with their water cycle. This process of “washing” the streets is also known as Storm sewage. Water pollution also has some

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