1. Statement: Can pollution be controlled? Arguments: Yes. If everyone realizes the hazards it may create and cooperates to get rid of it, pollution may be controlled. No. The crowded highways, factories and industries and an ever-growing population eager to acquire more and more land for constructing houses are beyond control.






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  • By: guest on 02 Jun 2017 01.29 am
    The control of pollution, on one hand, seems to be impossible because of the ever-growing needs and the disconcern of the people but, on the other hand, the control is possible by a joint effort. So, either of the arguments will hold strong.
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