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Comparison Essay on Pollution

  • Date Submitted: 01/11/2012 11:46 AM
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With all the improvements in the world such as electronic, big trucks and SUV’s people have seemed to become careless about taking care of the one place and the only place we have to live. The earth is irreplaceable and even with all the recent efforts to “go green” we seen to be in a downward spiral leading to more carbon monoxide, pollution, and other hazardous things to our home. Pollution especially has had a negative effect on our planet. It has created a lot of issues for wildlife and the life of our planet itself. I plan on going into further detail about how our daily living affects our planet, how what we’re doing it’s enough, and what anyone can do to help further on in the essay.  
People do a lot of things daily that have a huge affect on our planet and everything we do is potentially dangerous and harmful to the environment. People litter, and do a lot of things that are part of everyday living even things like driving and taking a shower have an impact on our environment. Water use is something we have a very limited supply of and each average family can go through 400 gallons of water each day. On top of all that the litter that people throw on the ground and isn’t recycled not only pollutes our water source but can get to water and animals get hurt off it, eat it, and can even die from it. People can be harmed by pollution that is being put into our water supply. Water pollution can have many sources but no matter the source it could be deadly depending on the contaminates. Pollution is caused by many things carbon monoxide comes from car exhaust, chemicals that are used and washed down drains into our water, and the many things thrown into landfills. The landfills once filled can over time actually seep into the ground and enter water supply that way as well. Although this is more common in other countries it still does happen here in the United States.  
So what will all this really do, and why is...

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