A STUDY ON THE ILLEGAL WASTE DUMPING INFLUENCES ON THE ENVIRONMENT
Illegal dumping seems to be the dumping of any waste, such as gasoline, equipment, machinery, rubbish, litter or landscape design, on any territory of the province, area, village other private property without the permission of the landlord. Illegal dumping has a significant negative and lethal effect on our environment and on all living species, both fauna including flora. This also brings attention to a range of environmental threats (fluid with dust) as well as poses a significant threat to both subterranean and shallow water supplies. Illegal dumps often trap organisms of all sorts, such as rats and beetles. For instance, illegal dumps including waste tires offer an almost ideal location where mosquitoes grow.In sticky, untreated water with waste tires, mosquitoes will reproduce 100 times quicker than anticipated. Exemplary for illegal landfill, the key aim of this study is to provide the possibility of remediation of polluted areas. : Unregulated waste sites do have huge effect on the region in which they are situated. Studies have demonstrated that the addition of waste sites could greatly improve the spread of pathogenic bacteria. Even so, the pathogen should be native to the area in which the waste project is situated. The development of a pathogenic bacteria as a result of waste sites in the region of concern cannot be shown.