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1Introduction to open water waste disposal2Introduction of oil into marine environments3Introduction of plasticspollutants into marine environments4Possible solutions to waste disposal into our water systemsThe oceans and the life they sustain have had enough They can no longer endure the unwanted pollution of careless inconsiderate people worldwide The societies of this world need to wake up and not only listen to but understand that it is time to find better ways of dealing with wastes rather than nonchalantly dumping it into our oceans For decades people in societies worldwide have taken advantage of the Earths waters simply by dumping whatever they do not want into them Apparently our time of easy disposal has run out the oceans and the life within our showing distinct signs of poor health The continuous dumping or traditional dumping of industrial wastes as well as sewage and garbage into the oceans is beginning to show definite signs of pollution caused stress The National Research Council recently published information stating that human intervention has begun to take its toll on the marine environment The ecological balance of oceans worldwide are at a dangerously unstable state the effects of man-made pollutants introduced into the waters and seas are having severe consequences upon the marine life living there There is much that needs to be accomplished before scientists can fully understand how bad our oceans and seas really are Even more importantly is the fact that environmental action must be taken now to reduce the oceans growing plightArguably the most contributing polluters to our oceans are the major industries of the world Industrial ocean pollution has incorporated a wide variety of polluters ranging from major oil spills dispersing toxic chlorinated hydrocarbons the resultant of the breakdown of petroleum to PCBs polychlorinated biphenyls as well as DDTs dichloro-diphenyl trichloroethane which is banned in the US but still largely used in third world countries all of which are used widely in chemical pesticides and detergents Gourlay
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