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Prakash Yedhula (Lawyer)     09 July 2009

Prevention and Control of Water Pollution

Water Pollution 



Prevention and Control of Water Pollution


Do's
Don'ts
Reuse of water whenever possible, Kitcen water can be used for watering the plants Don't keep on the tap running while having, bath, brushing teeth, or washing dishes it wastes about 2 litres of water every minute.
Plan your kitchen activity to avoid wastage of fuel and water. Don't hose down your lawn or corridor to clean it. Sweep it off.
Fix leaks promptly. A dripping joint can waste more than 76 litres of water a day. . Don't wash the clothes and kitchen utensils in the water bodies
Take showers instead of baths. Showers use less water - if you limit them to five minutes. Install low-flow shower-heads. Don't litter. When camping, keep the areas clean.
Plastic materials can be a murder weapons for wildlife, minimise their use. Blown from land and roadsides, they often end up in the water, where they can entangle and kill birds and fishes. Avoid throwing flowers, sweets, puja materials into a river. It will degrade the quality of water. The river wont be happy with this.
Use sprinkler for irrigation. Avoid throughing dead bodies in a river. This will ultimately landing in the mouth of dogs, vultures & other animals.Do you like it to happen with your bodiaes..
Use scientific method of application fertilizers. . Never dump anything into the water bodies.
Run your dishwasher, washing machine, and dryer only when you have full loads. · When possible, use an outdoor clothesline instead of a clothes dryer. Avoid use ot weedicides
  



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