Causes, Effects, &Causes, Effects, &
PreventionPrevention
UnderstandUnderstand
Pollution:Pollution:
- Is the introduction- Is the introduction
of contaminants inof contaminants in
the ecosystem.the ecosystem.
POLLUTIONPOLL...
--
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
a...
 CarbonCarbon
monoxidemonoxide
- colorless,- colorless,
tasteless, odorlesstasteless, odorless
but poisonous gasbut poiso...
 particulates
-- Small non-Small non-
gaseousgaseous
particles thatparticles that
are suspendedare suspended
in the air s...
 SMOG
- Combination of- Combination of
smoke and fogsmoke and fog
from motorfrom motor
vehicles andvehicles and
machines....
 INDOORINDOOR
AIRAIR
POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
- Is caused by- Is caused by
second handsecond hand
tobacco smoke,tobacco smoke,
...
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 ...
Cigarette smokeCigarette smoke
releases harmfulreleases harmful
chemicalschemicals
 OBSERVE NO
OBSERVE NO
SMOKING
SMOKING...
- Trees produce oxygenTrees produce oxygen
- Absorb carbon dioxideAbsorb carbon dioxide
- Help clean the airHelp clean the...
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 c...
- IS THE- IS THE
CONTAMINATIONCONTAMINATION
OFBODY OFOFBODY OF
WATERWHICHWATERWHICH
CAUSESCAUSES
NEGATIVENEGATIVE
EFFECTS ...
SOURCES ANDSOURCES AND
HAZARDS OFHAZARDS OF
WATERWATER
POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
 Industrial wastesIndustrial wastes
- Are chemicals
that are dumped in
water which
increases water
concentration and
take...
 Water run-off from landWater run-off from land
& sewage& sewage
- Contaminates
water fron the
improper dumping
of the co...
 - is the ecosystem
response to the
addition of artificial or
natural substances,
such as nitrates &
 phosphates,
through ...
 ThermalThermal
pollutionpollution
- Happens when
industries use
water as coolants
of equipments and
return to its
natura...
 ThrowThrow
wasteswastes
properlyproperly
HEALTHY WAYS TO KEEPHEALTHY WAYS TO KEEP
THE WATER CLEANTHE WATER CLEAN
 Repor...
- Refersto all discarded
household, commercial
wastes, street sweepings,
construction debris, &
other non – hazardous/
non...
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...
-- ComposedComposed
of scrapof scrap
lumber, pipes,lumber, pipes,
metals andmetals and
otherother
constructionconstruction...
 Special wastesSpecial wastes
-- IncludeInclude
hazardoushazardous
materials likematerials like
explosives,explosives,
pa...
Thank you for
listening!!!
Members:Members:
Escoba, CherryEscoba, Cherry
Granada, NelmaGranada, Nelma
Ilustrisimo, CamilleIlustrisimo, Camille
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Understand pollution

  1. 1. Causes, Effects, &Causes, Effects, & PreventionPrevention UnderstandUnderstand Pollution:Pollution:
  2. 2. - Is the introduction- Is the introduction of contaminants inof contaminants in the ecosystem.the ecosystem. POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
  3. 3. -- CONTAMINATIONCONTAMINATION OFAIRWITHOFAIRWITH AIR POLLUTIONAIR POLLUTION
  4. 4. Sources & HealthSources & Health Hazards of AirHazards of Air PollutionPollution
  5. 5.  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.
  6. 6.  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
  7. 7.  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.
  8. 8.  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
  9. 9.  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.
  10. 10. WAYS TO KEEPWAYS TO KEEP THE AIR CLEANTHE AIR CLEAN
  11. 11. Limit the use ofLimit the use of vehiclesvehicles  Useless Useless energyenergy
  12. 12. Segregate, reuse,Segregate, reuse, recycle, andrecycle, and reduce wastereduce waste  Don’t burnDon’t burn wasteswastes
  13. 13. Such as aerosolsSuch as aerosols & cleaning agents& cleaning agents Limit useof materials Limit useof materials that emit toxic fumes that emit toxic fumes
  14. 14. Cigarette smokeCigarette smoke releases harmfulreleases harmful chemicalschemicals  OBSERVE NO OBSERVE NO SMOKING SMOKING POLICYPOLICY
  15. 15. - 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
  16. 16. NOISENOISE POLLUTIONPOLLUTION - IS A LOUDCONSTANTSOUND THATPRODUCES DISCOMFORT ANDANNOYANCE
  17. 17. WAYS TO KEEPWAYS TO KEEP NOISE AT SAMENOISE AT SAME LEVELSLEVELS
  18. 18.  KEEPVOLUME OFKEEPVOLUME OF MUSIC PLAYERSMUSIC PLAYERS AT SAFE LEVELSAT SAFE LEVELS
  19. 19.  Useself-generated Useself-generated appliances appliances
  20. 20. Avoid unnecessary Avoid unnecessary noisesnoises
  21. 21.  AVOID LISTENING AVOID LISTENING THROUGH THROUGH HEADPHONES HEADPHONES
  22. 22.  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
  23. 23. - IS THE- IS THE CONTAMINATIONCONTAMINATION OFBODY OFOFBODY OF WATERWHICHWATERWHICH CAUSESCAUSES NEGATIVENEGATIVE EFFECTS IN LIFEEFFECTS IN LIFE ANDHEALTH.ANDHEALTH. WATERWATER POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
  24. 24. SOURCES ANDSOURCES AND HAZARDS OFHAZARDS OF WATERWATER POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
  25. 25.  Industrial wastesIndustrial wastes - Are chemicals that are dumped in water which increases water concentration and takes time to be broken down.
  26. 26.  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.
  27. 27.  - 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
  28. 28.  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
  29. 29.  ThrowThrow wasteswastes properlyproperly HEALTHY WAYS TO KEEPHEALTHY WAYS TO KEEP THE WATER CLEANTHE WATER CLEAN  ReportReport wastage ofwastage of water supplywater supply
  30. 30. - Refersto all discarded household, commercial wastes, street sweepings, construction debris, & other non – hazardous/ non – toxic solid waste SOLID WASTE POLLUTIONSOLID WASTE POLLUTION
  31. 31. SOURCES ANDSOURCES AND HAZARDS OF SOLIDHAZARDS OF SOLID WASTEWASTE POLLUTIONPOLLUTION
  32. 32.  GarbageGarbage -- GeneratedGenerated from foodfrom food preparationpreparation and marketand market wastes
  33. 33.  rubbishrubbish -- IncludesIncludes combustiblecombustible and non-and non- combustiblecombustible materialsmaterials
  34. 34.  ashesashes -- Refer toRefer to residuesresidues from firefrom fire
  35. 35.  StreetStreet sweepingssweepings -- IncludeInclude discardeddiscarded materialsmaterials found infound in streets,streets, sidewalk andsidewalk and vacant lots.vacant lots.
  36. 36. -- ComposedComposed of scrapof scrap lumber, pipes,lumber, pipes, metals andmetals and otherother constructionconstruction  Demolition/ constructionDemolition/ construction wasteswastes
  37. 37.  Special wastesSpecial wastes -- IncludeInclude hazardoushazardous materials likematerials like explosives,explosives, pathologicalpathological wastes, &wastes, & radioactiveradioactive materials.materials.
  38. 38. Thank you for listening!!!
  39. 39. Members:Members: Escoba, CherryEscoba, Cherry Granada, NelmaGranada, Nelma Ilustrisimo, CamilleIlustrisimo, Camille Tek-ing, AlmaTek-ing, Alma Canadalla, LimuelCanadalla, Limuel Aban, Mary ElynAban, Mary Elyn Basoc, FlorabethBasoc, Florabeth Oling, Apple MayOling, Apple May

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