Beach Pollution?


Litter is certainly the most visible form of beach pollution. When people throw their garbage onto the sand or in the water they're inviting it to break down into toxic compounds. Industrial discharge pipes push soiled water into the ocean, which may wash up on beaches. Air pollution sometimes settles into the water, which explains why some beaches have high levels of mercury. Fertilizer runoff due to rain is another major source of beach pollution. Some beaches have been permanently destroyed as a result of oil spills. Individual beach goers should be careful to properly dispose of their refuse.
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1. Reduce urban runoff. Pollution from urban areas is perhaps the biggest contributor to beach pollution, with wastewater, oil, chemicals and other contaminants sickening thousands
because people could not be bothered to pick up there rubbish, therefore it creates pollution.
Severe natural events such as hurricanes and floods may contribute to beach
Pollution at beaches could result from a variety of sources, particularly sewage overflows. If you have a heavy summer storm, it washes pollution into the water. Sewage treatment
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You could stop beach pollution by making sure to put all garbage in collection containers. You could also help to stop the pollution by lobbying for restrictions ...
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