The problem of existence of a decline in quality in the quality of air and water is caused by industrialization and construction businesses. The existence of the declining quality of water and air has nothing to do with the natural environment rather than the human activities that are occurring at an exponential rate in almost all developing countries. Human activities contribute to the massive pollution of the initial clean and high-quality natural resources amongst which water and air form a substantial percentage. Air pollution for instance, is majorly contributed by industrial discharge of waste gases in the atmosphere that in all ways adds up to the formation of fog and acidic rain formed from acidified gases of sulphuric and nitrogen and other intoxicating gases. It is through construction business that the atmosphere is filled with solid particles deposited on the pores of plant leaves. The particles prevent the normal functioning of the leaves in the circulation of thus failure to balance of Carbon IV Oxide and Oxygen on the earth’s surface. In conclusion, this shows that human activities, includes industrialization and construction businesses, is the main cause of water and air pollution in developing countries.
However, the problem of the decline in quality of water and air in developing countries can be prevented in a number of ways. To start with, prevention of air and water pollution should be a priority of any industry or business operating in developing nations. Prevention of either air or water pollution can easily be done by treatment of industrial wastes before release into the environment. Prevention of a decline in quality of water can also be attained through recycling techniques in order to curb the challenges brought about by pollution. Policies regarding pollution need be in place to also emphasize on the need for quality air and water. In brief, pollution of water and air in developing countries can be prevented by treatment of industrial wastes, recycling and also setting policies that states importance of quality water and air suitable for human survival.