As a step to control pollution ‘Kulhads’ were used on a large scale. What was the ill effect of this practice? ​

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Kulhads are made from clayey soil by firing them at very high temperature. This process of making involves
  1. Clayey top soil
  2. Combustion of fuels for high firing temperatures
Thus, there is loss of fertile top soil and utilisation of large amount of fuels . Both are non renewable resources that take many years to replenish. Hence, their making is not a beneficial process but loss of soil and fuel.   

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