Good morning to everyone in this room. I would like to thank the principal, the teachers, and my dear friends for allowing me to speak to you today about water pollution. The lives of both people and animals are impacted by water pollution.
Environmentally speaking, it is incredibly dangerous and has to stop immediately. Even while you may believe the water you drink every day is clean, it includes contaminants. So, to live a healthier lifestyle, we must take steps to avoid water pollution on a worldwide scale.
The environment and the ability of life to exist are seriously threatened by water pollution. It is brought on by businesses that improperly handle their waste before dumping it into waterways. The quality of aquatic life is hampered by this pollution, which also lowers the oxygen level.
Moreover, the use of pesticides and fertilizers in agriculture degrades water quality and harms both people and animals. The bacteria and pathogens that may cause waterborne illnesses and epidemics have made these filthy water bodies their home. We must implement appropriate waste management rules to prevent water pollution.
Dilution, chemical treatment, industry regulation, effective sewage treatment facilities, and avoiding oil spills are all ways to reduce water pollution. Saying no to plastic, recycling products, minimizing the use of detergents and bleaches, and choosing environmentally friendly detergents are all ways that individuals may help minimize water pollution.
Since we all depend on water to thrive and without it, there would be no life, everyone must begin living a lifestyle that does not contribute to water pollution. Thank you.