Land pollution is the deterioration (destruction) of the earth’s land surfaces, often directly or indirectly as a result of man’s activities and their misuse of land resources. It occurs when waste is not disposed of properly, or can occur when hu...
There are different types of land pollution. Many publications group them differently. Let us see these four main types: Solid Waste, Pesticides and Fertilizers, Chemicals and Deforestation.
There are various sources of Land pollution, some of the basic ones have been highlighted here. Let's look at the sources of solid and semi-solid pollutants.
There can be catastrophic consequences of land pollution in relation to humans, animals, water and soils. The effects are even worse if the garbage is not separated into organic, reusable and recyclable waste.
Soil contamination, degradation and pollution mean different things even though we often use these terms to mean one thing. Check out the difference.
Like many other challenges, the best way to solve problems is to understand it. This means learning about it (like what you are doing now) is the greatest step forward.<br>Here are a few other tips on how you can help reduce land pollution.
Recycling a tonne of paper spares 17 trees, and Recycling half the world's paper would free 20 million acres of forest land. Recycling 1 aluminium can save enough energy to run a TV for 3 hours. Land pollution cause us to lose 24 billion tonnes of...