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All about National Pollution Control Day

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Every year National Pollution Prevention Day is observed on 2nd December in India

India observes National Pollution Prevention Day on December 2 in the memory of people who lost their lives in Bhopal gas tragedy. The industrial accident occurred in 1984 when the gas Methyl Isocyanate leaked on the night of December 2–3 and killed thousands.

The National Pollution Control Day is celebrated in India to make the citizens aware of laws that exist in India that help to contain pollution.

Main Objectives of National Pollution Control Day
• To spread awareness on managing and controlling industrial disasters
• To educate people on controlling and managing industrial disasters.
• To make everyone aware of pollution control acts in the country
• To bring awareness to people about prevention of air, soil, noise, and water pollution.
• To create awareness on ways to reduce the level of pollution
• To control industrial pollution that is caused by human negligence

Theme of National Pollution Control Day, 2021
• To create awareness about the importance of pollution control
• To educate people on how to prevent pollution

Bhopal gas tragedy
The Bhopal gas tragedy occurred on December 2nd and 3rd, 1984. During the accident poisonous chemical methyl isocyanate leaked from a pesticide plant union carbide India Limited in Bhopal. This exposed more than 500 thousand people to the poisonous gas. Around 2259 people died immediately. Later the Government of India announced that the tragedy killed around 25,000 people. It was considered as the biggest industrial disaster in the world.

Air Pollution in India
India is home to 21 out of 30 polluted cities in the world. According to World Health Organization, around 140 million people in the country breath air that is ten times above the safe limit set by WHO.

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