Some few things about Mariana Trench:
1. Mariana Trench is the vast crack in the surface of the earth below the pacific ocean.
2.its deepest point is about 11 km.
3. Till now, only three people's have succeeded in seeing the bottom of the trench.
4. It is deepest than the height of the world's tallest mountain Mount Everest.
5. Also, the pressure there is so high.
If you are interested in reading more about the Marina Trench, then check out this article https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mariana_Trench.
Let's dump trashes in Mariana Trench:
All over the world, people are treating the bodies of water as they were giant garbage dumps, and an expert says that continuing these practices will be resulting in big damage to marine life. But, what if we dump ours trashes in the deepest heart of the ocean. Would the immense pressure down there act as a natural trash compactor? How would that garbage affect the rest of the ocean?
The Mariana Trench is a vast crack in the surface of the earth at the bottom of the pacific ocean. It's the deepest point is about 11 km below sea level. The trench is so big that we can keep dumping trashes over there thousands of years. But, only three people's have succeeded in seeing the bottom of the trench. So, how likely is it we could get all trash down there.
Before we dive deeply into the trench, let's find out how much trash we are talking about. Reproduce of over 200 billion tonnes of waste each year, and this is expected to be increased three and a half tonnes per year. For getting rid of this waste, we try things like throwing it in landfills or burning it up. But, neither these are working out too well. So, it is time to get creative and try something new and exciting!
And that brings up to Mariana Trench. The trench is so big that it could hold as much as 90070000 billion tonnes of waste. That's enough away for stuffing our trash for thousands of years. The pressure in the trench is so high. It's comparable to the tower of 2000 elephants will exert on one sqm. It would be like a car compressor, compresses the car. This would allow us to put more trash into the trench.
Now, all we have to do is to figure out the method of getting down our trash over there.one option is to transport it down by submarines but, it would be so expensive.
A better solution would be to use a pipe system that construction companies use. The garbage pipes would have to withstand the high pressure of the ocean floor, and their path should be carefully planned. But, even we could get down all trash there?
What would be a great solution to the waste problem? It doesn't matter in what part of the ocean we are going to dump our trash; it's still going to cause pollution. Waste contains the plastic with the harmful chemicals that can be leaked out in the surrounding. These chemicals are supposed to pass human beings through fishes and the water we drink.
So, rather than finding the new places to dump our trashes, maybe we could focus on trying to focus on producing less garbage waste. Did you imagine how quickly our planet would recover if we produce no garbage at all? Well, that's the story.