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Toxic exposure refers to the exposing oneself out to an open environment which contains high traces to chemical substances. These toxic substance may be available in the air in the form of vapors or in drinking water which can get mixed with the dirty and toxic water sources CITATION Coh07 \l 1033 (Cohen). It can even be in the soil which may receive its water supply from the nearby factory and the plants may get watered from the same water which may prove harmful for the pants as well as humans and animals. This presence of these chemical and toxic substances results in the marker diseases and premature death of individuals who are at risk.
Who is at a greater risk?
Toxic exposure is a serious threat to everyone nowadays and every person is at a risk of catching hazards from the toxic substances. Any person who is expose to the outside environment, has the risk to catch any diseases regarding the toxic chemicals, but the most threat is faced by following types of people:
People living in urban areas.
People working in chemical
People working in radioactive plants.
People living near any factory or factories
People living in industrial areas.
Government is taking multiple steps at various levels to cate to the issues of health and public safety and create a safe and healthy environment for the people to live. In fact, the problem is not only limited to a specific country, state or city; it has become a global issue. It is a rising concern in the field of science and global politics. Some of the policies devised in order to make and keep the environment clean are
Keeping the industrial area far away from the residential areas.
Encourage the industrialists to expel less amount of toxic substances in the environment.
Providing certain benefits to the industrialists or business owners who control their toxic emissions (Haldane).
Haldane, J. B. S., Michael D. Bowes, and Karen L. Palmer. Using economic incentives to regulate toxic substances. Routledge, 2017.
BIBLIOGRAPHY \l 1033 Toxic Trespass. Dir. Barri Cohen. Perf. Barri Cohen. 2007. Documentary. <http://docuseek2.com.libproxy.csun.edu/v/a/x4F/1/0/0>.
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