PollutionPrepared By: Ahmad B. IsmailAn-Najah National University   Faculty of Engineering       Summer 2012
Overview Introduction Types of Pollution Sources of each type Effects of each type How to avoid each one
Introduction Pollution is: The introduction of a contaminant into the environment Created mostly by human  actions Can...
Types of Pollution Air Pollution Water Pollution Land Pollution
 Air pollution is the accumulation ofAir             hazardous    substances    into   thePollution             atmospher...
Sources of Air Pollution•   Automobile emissions   •   Tobacco smoke
Sources of Air Pollution•   Combustion of Coal   •   Noise pollution
Sources of Air Pollution•   Acid rain      •   Wildfires
Effects of Air Pollution Human health Animals Plants The atmosphere as a whole
How to Prevent Air Pollution Plant Trees Don’t smoke Choose low-polluting  models of vehicles Use natural Gases
 Water Pollution is the Contamination ofWater        water   with   undesirable      substancesPollution    which make it...
Sources of Water Pollution•   Industrial effluents   •   Domestic effluents
Effects of Water Pollution Diseases like Cholera Aquatic life gets destroyed Unfit for further use
How to Prevent water Pollution Rivers should not be used for washing clothes or bathing animals in Don’t throw trash, ch...
 Land pollution is pollution of theLand             Earth’s natural land surface byPollution             human activities
Sources of Land Pollution Acid Rains Chemicals and Fertilizers Industrial & Domestic Wastes Human sewage Deforestation
Effects of Land Pollution Plant Diseases Ground water will gets Affected Unable to farming
How to Prevent Land Pollution Reuse any items that you can Buy biodegradable products Avoid drilling the Land for more ...
THANK YOU
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  1. 1. PollutionPrepared By: Ahmad B. IsmailAn-Najah National University Faculty of Engineering Summer 2012
  2. 2. Overview Introduction Types of Pollution Sources of each type Effects of each type How to avoid each one
  3. 3. Introduction Pollution is: The introduction of a contaminant into the environment Created mostly by human actions Can be a result of natural disasters
  4. 4. Types of Pollution Air Pollution Water Pollution Land Pollution
  5. 5.  Air pollution is the accumulation ofAir hazardous substances into thePollution atmosphere that danger human life and other living matter.
  6. 6. Sources of Air Pollution• Automobile emissions • Tobacco smoke
  7. 7. Sources of Air Pollution• Combustion of Coal • Noise pollution
  8. 8. Sources of Air Pollution• Acid rain • Wildfires
  9. 9. Effects of Air Pollution Human health Animals Plants The atmosphere as a whole
  10. 10. How to Prevent Air Pollution Plant Trees Don’t smoke Choose low-polluting models of vehicles Use natural Gases
  11. 11.  Water Pollution is the Contamination ofWater water with undesirable substancesPollution which make it unfit for usage
  12. 12. Sources of Water Pollution• Industrial effluents • Domestic effluents
  13. 13. Effects of Water Pollution Diseases like Cholera Aquatic life gets destroyed Unfit for further use
  14. 14. How to Prevent water Pollution Rivers should not be used for washing clothes or bathing animals in Don’t throw trash, chemicals or solvents into sewer drains Avoid using pesticides and fertilizers that can run off into water systems
  15. 15.  Land pollution is pollution of theLand Earth’s natural land surface byPollution human activities
  16. 16. Sources of Land Pollution Acid Rains Chemicals and Fertilizers Industrial & Domestic Wastes Human sewage Deforestation
  17. 17. Effects of Land Pollution Plant Diseases Ground water will gets Affected Unable to farming
  18. 18. How to Prevent Land Pollution Reuse any items that you can Buy biodegradable products Avoid drilling the Land for more underground water Trees should be planted everywhere. Avoid using more fertilizers and Pesticides
  19. 19. THANK YOU
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