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Pro's of water pollution

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mariah lino

on 12 November 2012

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History: What is it and why is it done? Pro's for water pollutiom Effects on humans and environment Future Definition of water pollution= The addition of harmful chemicals to natural water. Destroying the environment of predatory and venomous aquatic creatures could reduce attacks on humans; shark attacks, Jelly Fish stings, Piranhas, Alligator and Crocodile attacks. We will keep paying more and more money to other countries for oil, when we have plenty here in America.
Too many regulation against water pollution, could leave tons of people unemployed. Con's of Regulations to Control Water Pollution Why is water pollution done It's cheaper for people to pollute than to clean up.
People don't feel they are immediately harmed by pollution.
Just by our existence we produce pollutants
Other types of pollution are simply a balance between convenience and habit. We drive cars, use technology, and there is pollution associated with these uses even though we rarely think of it It employs more jobs for people. When garbage is disposed into the water, people are hired to clean it up. It's cheaper for industries to pollute water than it is to treat their waste properly. Too many regulations on business and especially our power producing companies could very well leave many people unemployed, cold, hungry, and in the dark. The pile of regulations currently imposed by government has put us dangerously close to that outcome. Toxic Quicklime Returns sea otters Decades ago, the sea otters began disappearing, and marine biologists discovered the culprits were sea urchins devouring giant-kelp beds off shore ( the main food source of the regions sea otters.) Through years of experimentation, scientists determined that spreading toxic quicklime on the predominantly sea urchin- inhabited kelp beds kept the creatures under control. This fabricate change successfully encouraged the regrowth of the giant kelp beds along with return of the sea otters.
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