Dangers of Waste Soapy Water and Oil for the Environment

  1. Causes a Variety of Chronic Diseases

A report from Toxic Links states that the phosphate content contained in soapy water waste can trigger irritation of the skin. If left continuously, the hoarding of phosphates on the skin can lead to cancer. The same is true of residual oil waste that can be a cancer stimulant if humans consume oil-tainted seafood products.

  • Causes The Occurrence of Water Eutrophication

Another waste hazard that is no less important you know is the eutrophication of water, which is the uncontrolled growth of water hyacinth plants and algae on the surface of the water caused by the content of compounds contained in soap waste. Both plants are known to block the circulation of sunlight and oxygen that is desperately needed by aquatic biota. If left unchecked, the balance of ecosystems in the water can be disrupted which can lead to many aquatic biota dying or even experiencing extinction.

  • Plastic Packaging That Is Not Environmentally Friendly

Oil waste and soap are not the only threats to the environment. Plastic soap wrapping and also oil can be a life-threatening hazard. Most plastics used cannot be decomposed by water or soil for up to 40 years, so separating …