Good morning to everyone in this room. Sincere thanks to the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends. I’m here to give a speech on land pollution. The numerous sources of land pollution include both natural phenomena and diverse human actions.
Additionally, the use of pesticides, industrial and agricultural waste, deforestation, expanding urbanization, acid rains, and mining operations are some of the factors that contribute to land pollution. Additionally, these activities not only harm the soil but also are the source of several illnesses and diseases in both humans and animals.
Several variables contribute to land pollution in the end. These elements include agricultural practices, chemical use, deforestation, and solid waste. The majority of solid trash is made up of difficult-to-dispose-of non-biodegradable items. Additionally, herbicides, insecticides, and fertilizer solid waste are either dumped in landfills or elsewhere. Another form of land pollution is caused by these wastes.
India is seeing its highest level of land pollution ever. To reduce this pollution, the government and NGOs are doing everything they can. However, we must also contribute to it. By making a few minor adjustments to our everyday routines, we can reduce the quantity of environmental land contamination.
In conclusion, controlling land contamination requires that we all work together with the government to cause it. We must also reduce the number of items we consume that pollute the environment as part of our participation. We should also make it our responsibility to sort the garbage and stay away from using non-biodegradable materials. Thank you.