Whenever man tried to progress and advance towards growth, the pollution took place. It has been seen that man always had to pay very dearly when he did some progress. The more man advanced towards development, the more pollution problem arose. Pollution can be in soil, water, air, and noise etc. all types of pollution fell upon the health. The environmental pollution has even threatened humanity. This progress has been achieved by man through the scientific and technological methods. Many factories and mills were established for this purpose and all the natural resources were utilized for developments.
Man began to cut down the tress. Forests were cleared and on those places new factories, mills were established. But man did not plant new tress in place of those trees. The chimneys of the factories began to emit smoke. This polluted the air. This smoke was harmful not only for man but for natural vegetation also. Trees stopped growing. The means of transport increased and they added greatly to air pollution and noise pollution. The cars, buses, scooters and other vehicles exhaust so much polluted smoke, that it has become nearly impossible to lead a healthy life in the cities. The noise of machinery and other vehicles affect the ears and it has brought deafness to lakhs of people.
These factories throw their waste material into the nearby rivers, thus polluting the water. The fish and other water creatures cannot survive in that polluted water.
Apart from this, there is the soil pollution. Many chemicals and pesticides are harmful for health. With the use of these things some vegetation has eloped from the earth. This soil pollution contaminates the river water through rainfall.
The first step to check this pollution is that population growth should be checked. Natural resources should be redeveloped. The factories should adopt pollution control measures. The vehicles too should have their machinery checked occasionally so that they may not exhaust much smoke. Deforestation will help the mankind to fight pollution.