How synthetic detergents are harmful for the environment?
CBSE Class 10
Class 10 Science
2016-10-21 06:58:40 UTC
Some synthetic detergents resist biodegradation, i.e., they are not decomposed by micro-organisms such as bacteria.
Hence, they cause water pollution in lakes and rivers.
They tend to persist for a long time, making the water unfit for aquatic life.