What is water pollution?

What is water pollution? Water pollution is something that affect water and make water quality low. Elements that affect water is not compatible with water and turn water into bad condition. What will water look like when it is polluted? Water will look turbid and muddy. This condition happen when rubbish mixed with water, and it will undrinkable. You can’t take a bath with water that polluted too. Because water pollution have so many negative effects and does not have a good effects, people do not want use dirty water in their activity except for some case you can use dirty water for watering the plants.

What is water pollution?

To remind peoples, there is water pollution guide that provided so people can learn about water pollution. But, the most important things that have been warned is water pollution is dangerous. The dangerous because water pollution affects every water like drinking water, river, sea, waterways and every water that flowing on the earth. Water pollution can be stinky. If it is stinky people will know that the water can not be used except the water have to filtered first and sterile. The germs in water pollution is so many because contain rubbish and another elements that not compatible with water.

What is water pollution?

We can know more about water pollution with water pollution indicators. You can use pH indicators to know about the condition of the water. If it for drink, pH must be 6,5-8,5.  Another from that is dangerous because our body will get sick. Other indicators is the species on the water. We can see what species that live in the water by looking on it. If level of the water is clean, there is mayfly larva, it looks like dragonfly when adults that have same division.  If level of water is low, you can found the freshwater shrimp. If level of water is high you can see water lous, or can be say water fleas.

Water pollution ks2 or key stage 2 is water pollution guide for children when pupils are aged between 7-11. They are learn about water pollution in school and trying to overcome how to end water pollution. In this age too pupils be taught about environmental issues. This means that government want to give understanding about how dangerous water pollution will be. On age 7-11, children is vulnerable and we can give an explain to them about water pollution guide, so children can be wary about harm of water pollution.