India and the rest of the world are also struggling with a serious issue called pollution. Environmental contamination is another name for it. Pollution can be defined as the addition of any material, whether solid, liquid, or gas, as well as any type of energy, such as heat, sound, etc. to the environment.
Every year, on December 2nd, National Pollution Control Day is marked in remembrance of those who lost their lives in the Bhopal Gas tragedy in 1984.
The major goal is to raise public knowledge of the different industries that pollute the environment and, obviously, human health through noise, water, air, and other forms of pollution. We must never forget the Bhopal Gas Disaster, the worst tragedy to have ever occurred in human history due to the release of the toxic gas “Methyl Isocyanate (MIC)”.
The bursting of firecrackers, moving vehicles on the road, bomb explosions, gas leaks from factories, etc. are just a few of the causes of pollution. Today, pollution is a growing problem, and it is the responsibility of the government as well as the general public to lower the level of pollution. We need to come up with concepts and strategies to reduce pollution.