Man is the best creation of nature. As long as he does not interfere with the work of nature, his life goes on smoothly and naturally. Due to the progress of science, the interest of man in industrial development has increased so much that he has almost never lost his harmony with nature. Scientists are of the opinion that there is no kind of filth in nature. His changed form does not harm the living world in any way.
This day also teaches us somewhere how horrific our carelessness can take about nature and how important it is for us to keep pollution under control.
On this day, many people raise slogans by writing slogans or quotes on the banner. The reason for celebrating this day is to give an important message to today’s youth.
Do you know why we celebrate National Pollution Control Day?
National Pollution Control Day is celebrated in the memory of those who lost their lives in the Bhopal Gas Tragedy. It is celebrated every year on 2 December in India to honor and remember those dead. The Bhopal gas tragedy occurred in the year 1984 on the intervening night of 2nd and 3rd December due to leakage of toxic chemical known as methyl isocyanate (MIC) along with other chemicals from the chemical plant of Union Carbide located in the city.
According to the report, more than 500,000 people (who died immediately around 2259) died due to leakage of toxic gas from the MIC. Later, it was announced by the Madhya Pradesh government that around 3,787 people had died related to the gas tragedy.
Around 8,000-10,000 people died in the next 72 hours, while the gas tragedy later led to the death of about 25,000 people due to diseases.
It has been recognized as the biggest industrial pollution disaster in history all over the world, for which serious preventive measures are needed to stay away from such type of disaster in future.
What is the Motto of celebrating it?
- One of the major factors in celebrating National Pollution Control Day every year is the management and control of industrial disaster as well as prevention of water, air and soil pollution (caused by industrial processes or manual negligence).
- Many laws were announced by the government to seriously control and prevent pollution all over the
- National Pollution Control Day is celebrated every year on 2nd December to make people and most of the industries aware to pay a lot of attention towards the need of Pollution Control Acts.
- National Pollution Control Board All good and bad works rules and laws are checked by National Pollution Control Board (NPCB) or Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) which is the government body for prevention of pollution in
- It always checks whether the environment friendly technologies are being used properly by all the industries or
- Natural resources like water, air, land or forests are getting affected fast by various types of pollution which is very important to protect them immediately by implementing the rules and regulations in the right
What are the control measures?
- Urban Wastewater Treatment and Reuse Project Scientific treatment of solid waste and its
- Reducing the production of waste sewage treatment facility Reuse of waste and energy generation from waste.
- Bio-medical Waste Treatment Facility Electronic Waste Treatment Facility Water Supply Project Resource Recovery Project Energy Saving Project Hazardous Waste Management in Urban Areas Projects on Clean Development
- Along with policy, proper implementation of rules and all preventive measures of pollution, many other efforts have been made by the state government to prevent
- Industries have to first follow all the rules and regulations implemented by the authority to reduce
What are the Reasons of Pollution and its effects?
- The reason for pollution in today’s industrial age, the number of motor vehicles, railways and factories have increased
- The more industries grow, the more heat they will Smoke emits a lot of carbon monoxide which is injurious to health.
- It has been estimated that in a journey of 960 km, a motor-vehicle uses as much oxygen as humans need for a
- Airplanes, oil refining, ceramics mills, leather, paper, rubber factories, require fuel. The smoke generated by the burning of this fuel causes pollution.
- This pollution does not remain constant in one place, but due to the flow of air, it affects the whole world at a rapid pace. Densely populated areas are more affected by
- Pollution spreads in the air and there is a lack of The reason for the increase of pollution Tokyo is the most polluted city in the world. Here oxygen cylinders are kept for the police at different places so that they can use them when needed.
- In the event of smoke and fog, a bandage has to be made on the mouth to filter the Even on this there remains an excess of diseases of the eyes, nose and throat. A soldier who handled traffic in London for four hours filled his lungs with as much poison as if he had smoked 105 cigarettes.
- The problem of population growth is also working behind the problem of Due to this population growth, the need to expand the villages, towns and metros is being felt. As a result, settlements are being established there by cutting the forest.
- Due to the lack of trees and vegetation, an imbalance has arisen in the natural action of The life-saving material that nature collects is being neglected. The healthy environment of nature has become defective.
- This is called the problem of environment or pollution. The environment is getting polluted due to the abundance.
- Noise pollution spreads due to the noise of vehicles and machines, due to which there is a fear of deafness in the ears.
- Human beings are becoming victims of many types of physical and mental diseases.
LET’S TRY TO PREVENT AND CONTROL IT
- Control required until humans harmonize with Until then his industrial progress is in vain. This progress needs to be kept under control.
- The machine should not rule us, we should rule the machine.
- We should stay away from such industrial development, which hinders our comfortable life.
- Let us not be deprived of the benefits of forests, mountains, water bodies and rivers.
- Along with the cities, the villages also remained prosperous because in many respects the cities depend on the.
- Along with the urban culture, the rural culture should also be flourished.
- Solution To avoid the problem of pollution, it is necessary that factories producing toxic gas, chemicals and sewage should be established in open places far away from the places of residence, so that the citizens get natural dose (oxygen, vitality).
- The drains that take out the sewage of the cities should be buried under the ground so that they do not pollute the environment.
- Understanding the importance of Van Mahotsav e. various gardens should be developed.
- There should be regular pollution checkups.
- Try to use Eco-friendly products.
- Plant trees on the sides of the roads.
- Plant more trees in your garden and indoors.
- The meaning of industrial progress and progress is that human beings remain happy, healthy and prosperous.
- For this it is necessary that more and more opportunities should be given to nature to do its work naturally.
Vaidya Karanvir Singh is the younger Vaidya in Chandigarh Ayurved & Panchakarma Centre. He is the fourth generation in his family who is practicing as a general consultant in Ayurved & Panchakarma treatment at Chandigarh. In his practice, he had treated more than 1000 plus patients worldwide.