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Transcript of Water Pollution
(Garbage Dumping) Your school may have been canceled due to a snow day, but what about a trash day? Shttp://fojailnohel.files.wordpress.com/2009/04http://www.unicef.org/wash/index_wes_related.html/plasticbag-turtle-web.jpgchoof, renee. "warmer oceans ruinining coral reefs." Mclathy Newspapers 1 Mar. 2011: 1. Print.
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when you throw something away it goes to a landfill. Sometimes landfils fill up and have too much trash. The trash then goes to the ocean causing heat this kills many plants and animals in the ocean because they depend on the cool water. Although water is the most precious resource on Earth, it is the first resource to suffer. Water mostly suffers from the effect of garbage dumping. Educators at chintiminwildlife.org say “When people are not careful to properly dispose of trash and household toxic substances, sea animals suffer. A research was done to show the an area with less water pollution actually caused less disease. This will help clean up our oceans and preserve our water. By joining the Advancing Water Association you are helping save your life and lives of others. The Advancing Water Association service provides medical assistance to those suffering from water related illnesses. We also create stations all across America filled with volunteers who pick up trash along the shorelines and save sea animals that are affected by polluted water. do you want this? or this? save the world, one drop at a time! Many animals are injured, become ill, and die each year due to human carelessness with litter and pollution. That's what happened this winter to students in Naples, Italy. Some kids stayed home from school because mountains of trash had collected on city streets. With rats and other scavengers feasting on the rotting waste, students could have faced a potential health risk.