World-wide, pollution continues to challenge all societies. Fortunately, many innovations have been introduced to help affected societies deal with their pollution challenges head on and then keep them down to manageable levels that pose no threat to their environments. One set of innovations in use is that of the aeration pumps for lakes, dams and rivers. These are welcome because cleaning polluted lakes, dams and rivers is one of the hardest pollution busting tasks to manage. Or so it has been. Up to now.
Given the precariousness of the current situations and levels of pollution, it would seem to be a great pity that such devices could not be prepared for and used in the oceans. But even so. It does not matter how many innovative tools have been designed and prepared, desirability is still at issue. If a majority of people really cared about the precarious state of their oceans, they would have acted by now, just like many people have reacted to the use of tobacco. Or have they really? Or is this not something that has been enforced upon them?
If there was no collective will to deal with the condition of local dams, lakes and rivers, aeration pumps would not be made to order. But so it goes. Leave a calamitous situation to fester for long enough, and people react because now it is severely impairing their everyday life. Local housing developments near to over-polluted rivers and dams simply cannot put up with the stench. To say nothing of the hideous and dangerous sight of it all.
Never mind. They are doing a fine job now. Aeration pumps clean out all unseen and harmful pollutants and bacteria, elements that spread illness and disease. Aeration pumps help restore marine life back to where it was before.