Chemistry experts say that the fire accident that occurred in Brahmapuram may be self-inflicted
Brahmapuram, contains all kinds of dirt on the garbage pile. It includes decomposed dirt, chicken remains from chicken farms, and other debris that cannot be measured. The decomposition process that occurs below the surface of the garbage produces phosphine (PH3), diphosphine (P2H4), and an abundant amount of methane gas. When they are released through small cracks in the surface under strong pressure, it is certain that they will explode, and there is no doubt that they will ignite the fire .
It can be said with reasonable certainty that there have been fires like this in previous years as well.
Preventing Future Disasters: What Can be Done?
It is necessary for a monitoring committee to be formed involving the general public to ensure that the waste materials such as biodegradable, non-biodegradable, plastic, metals, and e-waste are properly sorted and disposed of rather than ending up polluting the environment, as well as enforcing the law that those who purchase waste materials must handle them properly.
The government or private entities who have knowledge on this subject should provide temporary services for the citizens, without causing them any harm.
Therefore, in order to reduce the density of pollutants in Brahmapuram at a faster rate through aerobic decomposition, it is necessary to implement a system that can reduce them to a minimal level without causing any harm, especially during peacetime. It is not possible to simply transfer these pollutants to other areas without reducing them to a minimal level.
In addition, it must be noted that anyone who allowed such a method, whether unscientific or dangerous, or anyone who ignored it, is responsible for the true wrongdoing in this matter.