Saturday, January 22, 2011

Toxic Liquids dumped into the Louhajang River, Tangil, Bangladesh

The colour of the Louhajang River behind BSCIC Indusrial area Tangil district, Bangladesh, how recklessly  toxic liquids and waste from industries have been dumped into the water body day by day. The Louahjang River, a tributary Dhaleswari River in Tangil has turned extremely poisonous due to rampant dumping of toxic industrial waste. The water is unusable and pollution is now threatening aquatic life, crops and the greenery. The water is smelly and pitch-black.

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