Radioactive pollution is the increase of radiation levels beyond their natural capacity. This is mainly due to human activities. It is estimated that about 20% of radiation exposure is due to human activities.
Effects of radioactive pollution include genetic mutation, soil infertility and cell destruction. Example of radioactive pollution is the Chernobyl incident when a fire in an nuclear facility polluted the entirety of Chernobyl, rendering it dangerous for human habitation
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