Air pollution is the introduction of chemicals, particulate matter, or biological materials that cause harm or discomfort to humans or other living organisms, or damages the natural environment, into the atmosphere. The atmosphere is a complex, dynamic natural gaseous system that is essential to support life on planet Earth. Stratospheric ozone depletion due to air pollution has long been recognized as a threat to human health as well as to the Earth's ecosystems. Generally in India it is shown that some people cutting forest for their personal and business use and industry has no limitation to control the hazardous gas although the Govt. has some restriction.
Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies such as lakes, rivers, oceans,
lagoons, and groundwater. All water pollution affects organisms and plants that
live in these bodies of water and in almost all cases the effect is damaging either
to individual species and populations but also to the natural biological. It occurs
when pollutants are discharged directly or indirectly into water bodies without
adequate treatment to remove harmful constituents.
Soil pollution is caused by the presence of man-made chemicals or other alteration
in the natural soil environment. This type of contamination typically arises from
the rupture of underground, application of pesticides, percolation of contaminated
surface water to subsurface strata, oil and fuel dumping, leaching of wastes from
landfills or direct discharge of industrial wastes to the soil. The most common
chemicals involved are petroleum hydrocarbons, solvents, pesticides, lead and other
heavy metals. This occurrence of this phenomenon is correlated with the degree of
industrializations and intensities of chemical usage.
Noise pollution is displeasing human-, animal- or machine-created sound that disrupts
the activity or balance of human or animal life. The word noise comes from the Latin
word nausea meaning seasickness. The source of most outdoor noise worldwide is transportation
systems, including motor vehicle noise, aircraft and rail noise. Poor urban planning
may give rise to noise pollution, since side-by-side industrial and residential
buildings can result in noise pollution in the residential area. Other sources of
indoor and outdoor noise pollution are car alarms, emergency service sirens, office
equipment, factory machinery, construction work, grounds keeping equipment, barking
dogs, appliances, power tools, lighting hum, audio entertainment systems, loudspeakers,
and noisy people.
Overall all of the above pollutions our organization has arranged awareness Programme
since 2008 and our broachers in hindi language and we have circulate it not only
in India by our volunteers on door to door or mail or correspondence service but
by internet circulate to all part of world. Our motto to save environment.