NOISE AND LAND POLLUTION

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All About Civil Engineering By Pravin Mane

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hello friends through this video we will learn the details about noise pollution and land pollution in very systematic manner if you liked the video please do share it and subscribe the channel definitions of noise pollution one sound that is unwanted or disrupts one's quality of life is called as noise when there is a lot of noise in the environment it is termed as noise pollution - sound becomes undesirable when it disturbs the normal activities such as working sleeping and during conversations 3 it is an underrated environmental problem because of the fact that we can't see smell or taste it for World Health Organization stated that noise must be recognized as a major threat to human wellbeing sources of noise pollution health effects one according to the US per United States Environmental Protection Agency there are direct links between noise and health also noise pollution adversely affects the lives of millions of people - noise pollution can damage physiological eg disorientation and psychological eg disturbs efficiency health 3 high blood pressure stress-related illness sleep disruption hearing loss and productivity loss are the problems related to noise pollution 4 it can also cause memory loss severe depression and panic attacks solutions for noise pollution one planting trees in and around sound generating sources is an effective solution for a noise pollution - regular servicing and tuning of automobiles can effectively reduce the noise pollution 3 buildings can be designed with suitable noise absorbing material for the walls windows and ceilings 4 workers should be provided with equipment such as earplugs and earmuffs for hearing protection 5 similar to automobiles lubrication of the machinery and servicing should be done to minimize noise generation solutions for noise pollution six factories and industries should be located far from the residential areas seven regulations should be imposed to restrict the usage of play loudspeakers in crowded areas and public places eight community development or urban management should be done with long term planning along with an aim to reduce noise pollution 9 social awareness programs should be taken up to educate the public about the causes and effects of noise pollution land pollution definitions of land pollution land pollution is the degradation of the Earth's land surface through misuse of the soil by poor agricultural practices mineral exploitation industrial waste dumping and indiscriminate disposal of urban wastes soil pollution is chiefly caused by chemicals in pesticides such as poisons that are used to kill agriculture pests like insect and herbicides that are used to get rid of weeds which leeches into the nearby land areas the presence of chemicals or other alteration in the natural soil environment results in a change of the soil quality endangering Public Health and the living environment sources of land pollution a harmful practices of irrigation methods by poor agricultural practices eg excessive use of pesticides and fertilizers be unhealthy methods of soil management one by mineral exploitation two by indiscriminate disposal of urban wastes three by improper disposal of e-waste four by domestic waste types of soil pollution pollution of surface soil due to fertilizers / manures insecticides / pesticides contamination by dumping of man-made wastes on land - pollution of underground soil burying of radioactive / chemical waste leaching due to percolation of liquid through solid waste causes of soil pollution excessive farming increased construction activity over grazing burning of grass cover and deforestation excess salts and water salinization excessive use of fertilizers and pesticides dumping of solid wastes consequences of land pollution negative effects on wildlife and plants loss of trees - danger of groundwater pollution three foul smell breeding of insects for depletion of soil fertility five humans handling waste toxins become susceptible to respiratory problems lead to birth effects develop various kinds of cancers cause skin diseases land pollution prevention measures minimal use of pesticides and fertilizers improved cropping techniques to prevent growth of weeds dig special pits for dumping wastes controlled grazing and forest management wind breaks and wind shield in areas exposed to wind erosion of forestation and reforestation three are reduce reuse recycle thank you for watching the video if you liked it please do share it and subscribe the channel

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