Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into
the natural environment that cause advers
change. Pollution can take th...
 Air pollution : . Air pollution is perhaps the
most common and the most dangerous type
of pollution. It involves the dir...
 Soil pollution :Soil pollution involves the
contamination of soil by the release of harmful
substances into the soil. Un...
 Human health :
 Adverse air activity can kill many
organisms including humans ozone pollution
can cause respiratory disease , throat
inf...
Pollution control is a term used in environmental
management . It means the control
of emissions and effluents into air, w...
 Light pollution : includes light
trespass , over – illumination and
astronomical interference .
 Littering : the crimin...
United Arab emirates
China
India
The pollution present in our countries ranges
from water , air , soil ,
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Pollution

  1. 1. Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause advers change. Pollution can take the form of chemica substances or energy , such as noise, heat o light. Pollutants , the components of pollution, can be either foreign substances/energies or naturall occurring contaminants
  2. 2.  Air pollution : . Air pollution is perhaps the most common and the most dangerous type of pollution. It involves the direct release of chemicals into the environment. The chemicals then become the part of the air around us that all the living things take in  Noise pollution : noise pollution is the increase in the rate of noise in the environment .Noise is defined as an unpleasant sound that has an adverse affect on the human ear.
  3. 3.  Soil pollution :Soil pollution involves the contamination of soil by the release of harmful substances into the soil. Unlike air pollution, which has a direct affect on human lives, soil pollution causes an indirect damage to humans and other animals.  Water pollution :The 75% of the earth’s surface is covered with water and more that half of the total population of earth’s species resides in water. Human life greatly depend on water without water it is impossible .water pollution entirely affect the chain .
  4. 4.  Human health :
  5. 5.  Adverse air activity can kill many organisms including humans ozone pollution can cause respiratory disease , throat inflammation , chest pain . It also happens due to contamination of drinking water .  Noise pollution induces hearing loss , high blood pressure , sleep disturbance .  Oil spills can cause skin irritations and rashes  Pollution has been mainly found in environment .
  6. 6. Pollution control is a term used in environmental management . It means the control of emissions and effluents into air, water or soil. Without pollution control, the waste products from consumption, heating, agriculture, mining, manufacturing, transportation and other human activities, whether they accumulate or disperse, will degrade the environment . It is controlled by following practices Recycling Reusing Waste minimisation preventing
  7. 7.  Light pollution : includes light trespass , over – illumination and astronomical interference .  Littering : the criminal throwing of man made objects , onto public or private properties ..   Noise pollution : which encompasses roadway noise , aircraft
  8. 8. United Arab emirates China India The pollution present in our countries ranges from water , air , soil ,

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