Every day people discard many things from ordinary rubbish to old newspapers, cleaning materials, packaging and too many different types of junk. Huge quantities of fertilizers and pesticides from farms are also leached into the environment.
Example: Huge volumes of the liquid, solid or gaseous wastes produced by manufacturing and other industrial processes are also quite legally released. By pollution control methods, these emissions are only partially controlled. Some of this industrial waste in substantial quantities is discharged into the environment.
Morbidity rates were analyzed in adults residing in industrial complex. In relation to the physiological role of a number of heavy metals, the structure of morbidity was examined that are the priority contaminants in this area and with the residential populationâ€™s habits. The incidence of diseases of the musculoskeletal system, respiratory organs and connective tissue was significantly higher in the area adjacent to the complex. In the mid-highlands, there are low incidence rates of digestive, circulatory and urogenital diseases and neoplasms as compared with the republican rates.
Improper running or the lack of facilities causes the waste landfills to be acknowledged as generators of adverse effects and a hazard for both public health and environment.
The main types of impact and hazards due to urban as well as industrial waste are:
â€¢Â Â Â Pollution of surface waters
â€¢Â Â Â Changes in the landscape and visual discomfort
â€¢Â Â Â Air pollution
â€¢Â Â Â Changes in soil fertility and in the composition of the adjoining biocoenoses
In this way, Industrial waste has its dangerous effect on environment. So, you need to be careful.