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  • PRESENTED BY HARISH
  • INDEX DEFINE ENVIRONMENT  POLLUTION  TYPES OF POLLUTION 
  • WHAT IS ENVIRONMENT? DEFINATION :- The sum of total of all surroundings of a living organism including natural forces and other living things, which provide conditions for development and growth as well as of danger and damage.
  • AIR POLLUTION AIR POLLUTION comes from a wide variety of sources. Some of the most excessive sources include.  Forest Fire  Building Construction
  • NOISE POLLUTION A form and level of environmental sound that is generally considered likely to annoy distract or even harm other people.  Traffic  Air-Port  Construction Side
  • WATER POLLUTION WATER POLLUTION can occur in oceans, rivers, lakes and underground reservoirs. Causes of water pollution include.  Increased sediment from soil erosion.  Improper waste disposal and littring.
  • SOIL POLLUTION The SOIL POLLUTION pertains to the contamination of the soil due to man- made chemicals such as hydrocarbons, heavy metals, solvents and the like. Soil Pollution sorces include.  Waste and sewage spills.  Heavy use of inorganic pesticides.
  • RADIOACTIVE POLUUTION RADIOACTIVE POLLUTION refers to the contamination and degradation of the environment through nuclear waste. It is the physical pollution of air, water and land. RADIOACTIVE POLLUTION comes from  Nuclear power plant accident or leakage.  Improper Nuclear waste disposal.
  • THERMAL POLLUTION THERMAL POLLUTION occurs in lakes when heated waste is put into the lakes and also into the rivers. Thermal pollution solutions would be to cool the water down.  Power plant.  Urban sprawl.  Deforestation.