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Copy of land pollution

land pollution
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mcroads egobia

on 23 June 2013

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What is land pollution?
Land pollution damages
the thin layer
of fertile soil
essential for the
growth of trees and
other.
Effect of
land pollution

the following are
some environment
problems arising from
improper land use:
A.Erosion,situation,
and flooding
B.Perils on
people's health
3.Rural and urban
blight.
Control of land pollution
SOURCES OF LAND POLLUTION
In metro manila it is estimated
that about 6,000 tons of trash are
generated daily by the more than
8 million people living in its cities
and towns.
The problem of eroding soil
and muddied streams and lakes
affect not only rural but also
urban areas.
Many places in the philipines
show a roadside landscape of
dilapidated buildings and billboards,
abandoned business enterprises,
scarred fields,junkyards and
refuse depots.
Reduce
First,we must reduce the
waste we generate.
Reuse
Second,we
must reuse
Third,recycle
Composting
Another way to minimize
the accumulation of garbage
is by means of composting.
Waste-to-energy
Waste-to-energy(WTE) plays
a vital role in solid waste
management.
sanitary landfills
Historically,garbage has been
disposed of in areas commonly
reffered to as dumps
2.Proliferation of
diease-baring
animals.
The two most important
vectors of human disease
associated with solid wastes
are rats and flies.
land pollution
1.From infectious
waste.
Rotting garbage besides fouling
the air with its stench is
a threat to one's health.
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