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  • Causes, Effects, &Causes, Effects, & PreventionPrevention UnderstandUnderstand Pollution:Pollution:
  • - Is the introduction- Is the introduction of contaminants inof contaminants in the ecosystem.the ecosystem. POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
  • -- CONTAMINATIONCONTAMINATION OFAIRWITHOFAIRWITH AIR POLLUTIONAIR POLLUTION
  • Sources & HealthSources & Health Hazards of AirHazards of Air PollutionPollution
  •  Motorvehicle emission - Produce great- Produce great amount of carbonamount of carbon monoxide, sulfurmonoxide, sulfur and nitrogenand nitrogen oxides, airborneoxides, airborne lead and otherlead and other substances.substances.
  •  CarbonCarbon monoxidemonoxide - colorless,- colorless, tasteless, odorlesstasteless, odorless but poisonous gasbut poisonous gas released with thereleased with the incompleteincomplete burning of fossilburning of fossil fuelsfuels  NitrogenNitrogen oxideoxide -- Irritates theIrritates the respiratoryrespiratory systemsystem  Acid RainAcid Rain -- Combination ofCombination of sulfur oxides andsulfur oxides and water vapor in airwater vapor in air
  •  particulates -- Small non-Small non- gaseousgaseous particles thatparticles that are suspendedare suspended in the air suchin the air such as dust, dirt,as dust, dirt, ash and smoke.ash and smoke.
  •  SMOG - Combination of- Combination of smoke and fogsmoke and fog from motorfrom motor vehicles andvehicles and machines.machines. - Traps the- Traps the circulation of coolcirculation of cool air preventing airair preventing air
  •  INDOORINDOOR AIRAIR POLLUTIONPOLLUTION - Is caused by- Is caused by second handsecond hand tobacco smoke,tobacco smoke, burning wood,burning wood, aerosol spraysaerosol sprays and others withand others with toxic fumes.toxic fumes.
  • WAYS TO KEEPWAYS TO KEEP THE AIR CLEANTHE AIR CLEAN
  • Limit the use ofLimit the use of vehiclesvehicles  Useless Useless energyenergy
  • Segregate, reuse,Segregate, reuse, recycle, andrecycle, and reduce wastereduce waste  Don’t burnDon’t burn wasteswastes
  • Such as aerosolsSuch as aerosols & cleaning agents& cleaning agents Limit useof materials Limit useof materials that emit toxic fumes that emit toxic fumes
  • Cigarette smokeCigarette smoke releases harmfulreleases harmful chemicalschemicals  OBSERVE NO OBSERVE NO SMOKING SMOKING POLICYPOLICY
  • - Trees produce oxygenTrees produce oxygen - Absorb carbon dioxideAbsorb carbon dioxide - Help clean the airHelp clean the air  TAKE CARE OF TAKE CARE OF PLANTSAND PLANTSAND PLANT MORE PLANT MORE TREESTREES
  • NOISENOISE POLLUTIONPOLLUTION - IS A LOUDCONSTANTSOUND THATPRODUCES DISCOMFORT ANDANNOYANCE
  • WAYS TO KEEPWAYS TO KEEP NOISE AT SAMENOISE AT SAME LEVELSLEVELS
  •  KEEPVOLUME OFKEEPVOLUME OF MUSIC PLAYERSMUSIC PLAYERS AT SAFE LEVELSAT SAFE LEVELS
  •  Useself-generated Useself-generated appliances appliances
  • Avoid unnecessary Avoid unnecessary noisesnoises
  •  AVOID LISTENING AVOID LISTENING THROUGH THROUGH HEADPHONES HEADPHONES
  •  USE EAR MUFFSWHENUSE EAR MUFFSWHEN AROUND LOUD NOISEAROUND LOUD NOISE - use your fingers to cover- use your fingers to cover and protect your earsand protect your ears
  • - IS THE- IS THE CONTAMINATIONCONTAMINATION OFBODY OFOFBODY OF WATERWHICHWATERWHICH CAUSESCAUSES NEGATIVENEGATIVE EFFECTS IN LIFEEFFECTS IN LIFE ANDHEALTH.ANDHEALTH. WATERWATER POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
  • SOURCES ANDSOURCES AND HAZARDS OFHAZARDS OF WATERWATER POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
  •  Industrial wastesIndustrial wastes - Are chemicals that are dumped in water which increases water concentration and takes time to be broken down.
  •  Water run-off from landWater run-off from land & sewage& sewage - Contaminates water fron the improper dumping of the combined liquid wastes from factories, residences. Etc.
  •  - is the ecosystem response to the addition of artificial or natural substances, such as nitrates &  phosphates, through fertilizers or s ewage, to an aquatic system Eutrophication
  •  ThermalThermal pollutionpollution - Happens when industries use water as coolants of equipments and return to its natural environment with higher temperature. - It leads to ecological imbalance which can lead death
  •  ThrowThrow wasteswastes properlyproperly HEALTHY WAYS TO KEEPHEALTHY WAYS TO KEEP THE WATER CLEANTHE WATER CLEAN  ReportReport wastage ofwastage of water supplywater supply
  • - Refersto all discarded household, commercial wastes, street sweepings, construction debris, & other non – hazardous/ non – toxic solid waste SOLID WASTE POLLUTIONSOLID WASTE POLLUTION
  • SOURCES ANDSOURCES AND HAZARDS OF SOLIDHAZARDS OF SOLID WASTEWASTE POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
  •  GarbageGarbage -- GeneratedGenerated from foodfrom food preparationpreparation and marketand market wastes
  •  rubbishrubbish -- IncludesIncludes combustiblecombustible and non-and non- combustiblecombustible materialsmaterials
  •  ashesashes -- Refer toRefer to residuesresidues from firefrom fire
  •  StreetStreet sweepingssweepings -- IncludeInclude discardeddiscarded materialsmaterials found infound in streets,streets, sidewalk andsidewalk and vacant lots.vacant lots.
  • -- ComposedComposed of scrapof scrap lumber, pipes,lumber, pipes, metals andmetals and otherother constructionconstruction  Demolition/ constructionDemolition/ construction wasteswastes
  •  Special wastesSpecial wastes -- IncludeInclude hazardoushazardous materials likematerials like explosives,explosives, pathologicalpathological wastes, &wastes, & radioactiveradioactive materials.materials.
  • Thank you for listening!!!
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