Call to Action with Chemical Waste
By lunefantome, Updated
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I don't understand...
No matter how much I water them they keep dying!
There was once a farmer named Dylan. He is sad and frustrated because his crops won't grow.
He has been watering his crops with ground water regularly because it has not rained. Usually his crops are growing well with his watering but now they are dying.
We're not going to have anymore clean water because...
Oh wow! We need to do something.
That sounds interesting..
He lives near a factory where they have upper and underground tanks. As he takes a look and talk to one of his friends, she said that their tanks are always having leaks because a lot of the factory tanks are old.
We have to do what we can to spread awareness and slow down chemicals from entering the groundwater.
When he checks, he realizes the gasoline in the tank has seeped into the soil just like how water is absorbed in the soil and taken into the groundwater, contaminating it.
Dylan goes around and tries to convince every person to stop dumping chemicals down drains or on the ground. The good thing is that there are Septic systems that helps drain the chemicals from underground.
You can also dispose any chemicals by storing the chemicals in a leak proof container and let the Environment, Health & Safety Management Facility collect and deal with them. It is better to let professionals handle them.
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