Industrial untreated effluent directly drainage into the river causes Long-term damage to the environment and creates natural disasters
By Amila Khan.
Industrial pollution in Bangladesh is not being controlled in any way. Even if there is ETP, the parameters of the chemical are not normal.
Contaminated waste goes directly into canals or rivers, caused long-term damage is to aquatic animals, soil, water, and biodiversity.
According to the Department of Environment, Bangladesh, it is not possible to observe much in the workforce crisis, and the business community has not been able to become environmentally conscious. However, environmentalists say it is the answer to clever strategies to avoid responsibility.
The residents of the banks of the Savar Karnapara canal are helpless. Those who have long life memories and livelihood associated with this canal. Someone has become old; someone is young. With the change of time, the environment has become distorted and destroyed.
Drains of all the nearby factories are connected with this canal in Karnapara. The drainage of toxic effluents through this canal is an open infrastructure to destroy the environment.
Not just such effluents water, the view shows that this canal of Savar connected with Dhaleshwari river is the last refuge of all dirt starting from plastic.
However, most of the factories are not implementing the Government’s directive, even though have the ETP is supposed to keep the internal waste treatment plant in operation for 24 hours. Although the factory officials did not talk about it, the environmentalists continue to say that the government has to supervise appropriately.
In this regard, the Department of Environment says that proper monitoring is impossible due to a lack of the required workforce. However, at this time of modern globalization, environmentalists think that.
The Department of Environment is advised to play a more effective role in preventing factory pollution with the help of modern technology.