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Give reason that synthetic detergent caus water pollution

Give reason that synthetic detergent caus water pollution

Grade:10

3 Answers

Arun
25763 Points
3 years ago
Detergents contain 20% active ingredients and remaining are sodium sulphate, inorganic phosphates, foaming agents. Phosphates from detergents assist algae and weeds to grow in water, which deplete d oxygen for sea animals. Hence, detergents cause water pollution.
Sanju
106 Points
3 years ago
Synthetic detergent are non-biodegradable product that remain in aquatic bodies for a long period of time. This makes the water undrinkable to aquatic organisms. Also, presence of synthetic detergent in water bodies accelerates the growth of algae that eventually results in the reduction of oxygen level. Lower oxygen level finally leads to the death of the auatic organisms.
Nitin
11 Points
3 years ago
The main disadvantage of synthetic detergents is that some detergents are not biodegradable and hence cause water pollution in lakes and rivers after accumulating there. Synthetic detergents are non-biodegradable. ... Due to reduction of oxygen in water the aquatic animals feel suffocation and can die.

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