Recently there was an article published in your paper on freshwater pollution and contaminates. There is a way of solving this problem and I have mapped out a plan in which I feel could help the situation. Pollution and contaminates can, and most often do, include; heavy metals, detergents, organic pollution, and other pollutants which include chlorine, pesticides, raionuclides, acids and alkalis (Zmuida, 2012).
The first part of the plan to clean up the pollutants in the freshwater resources in the area is to educate the public to the problem and let them know what they can do to help fix the problem (19 Best Solutions to the Gobal Freshwater Crisis, 2010). If the public is aware of the problem they can be part of the solution, but they need to be informed of what to do, or what not to do, as the may be. Posting solutions in the newspaper, online, and on public access channels are three ways this can be done. Another way is to make up pamphlets with the solutions and have them mailed to all residents and have copies available at all public places where people in the community can see them.
Having a water or river cleanup day can be another part of this plan. Have the city counsel plan and post days when the clean up of certain bodies of water, or sections of the river, are going to be conducted and ask for volunteers from everyone in the community to come out and help be a part of the solution and not the problem. When people are involved in the cleanup efforts they are more aware of the problems and are apt to tell others. Word of mouth is a powerful thing. Plus those who help in the cleanup efforts will not want to see others polluting these areas again and will watch for violators.
[...] Thank you for your time and I hope you will print this for everyone in our community to see. Sincerely, xxxx Works Cited 19 Best Solutions to the Gobal Freshwater Crisis. (2010). Retrieved May from Circleofbllue.org: http://www.circleofblue.org/waternews/2010/world/experts-name-the- top-19-solutions-to-the-global-feshwater-crisis/ Zmuida, C. (2012). Freshwater Pollutants. [...]
[...] Events can be planned to raise money if there is no room in the budget for this. Then plans will have to be made to schedule a day for volunteers to come help in the replanting which can be posted the same way as the cleanup days are. Flyers can also be made and circulated to make the public aware of these days and events. If local companies or factories are found to be contributors to the pollution problems in the area freshwater bodies, they should be made to help in the cleanup efforts and to donate money to the cause. [...]
[...] Water resource plan: Letter to the editor Water Resource Plan: Letter to the Editor To whom it may concern: Recently there was an article published in your paper on freshwater pollution and contaminates. There is a way of solving this problem and I have mapped out a plan in which I feel could help the situation. Pollution and contaminates can, and most often do, include; heavy metals, detergents, organic pollution, and other pollutants which include chlorine, pesticides, raionuclides, acids and alkalis (Zmuida, 2012). [...]
[...] Word of mouth is a powerful thing. Plus those who help in the cleanup efforts will not want to see others polluting these areas again and will watch for violators. There are those who say no matter how many times we clean these areas people are still going to trash them and the problem will still exist. Yes, it is true some do not care or do not think before they throw or dump things into the area waters, but the more people involved in the solution and the more people aware of the situation the better the community will watch for those who are causing the problems and report them to the authorities. [...]
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