Soil Pollutants?


There are hundreds, if not thousands, of soil pollutants. Most commonly, sewage and chemicals are the biggest problem. These are man-made problems. Natural problems occur from acid rain and air pollution that mixes with precipitation. When a chemical spill occurs, the soil is immediately contaminated and polluted. It must be removed and/or cleaned through a sifting and washing process to be reused in a safe way again. Using too much fertilizer or chemical enhancement agents also pollutes soil.
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There are many things that cause soil pollution. The main sources are chemicals from fertilizers and factories, petroleum and oil leaks, improper deposing of waste materials
Soil pollution contaminates drinking water, degrades topsoil and threatens plants that produce oxygen and food. Industrial, municipal and agricultural waste that contains heavy metals
Human beings,Increasing population, urbanisation & industrilisation, use of Synthetic ferilizers.
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