Some of the natural and various human resources are causing air pollution. Eutrophication caused by the chemical effluents discharged into the water body.
It also damage historical monuments, old buildings, bridges, etc because it weakens the structure by creating dangerous waves which struck to the walls. The aquatic life, including both flora and fauna, is depleting rapidly. Noise pollution is also known as the noise disturbance.
The public health in India is at serious risk. Among them, the most important organic soil contaminants include aromatic and chlorinated hydrocarbons, detergents and pesticides. But, as time is passing, we are becoming more selfish and keep on polluting our environment. All these activities release a large number of toxic chemicals into the atmosphere and are not removed from the air, affecting and threatening our existence.
The soil quality and crop quality are deteriorating.