Indoor Pollution
Mi Muba
www.pollutionpollution.com
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What is Indoor Pollution?
•Polluted air inside home and nearby
•Polluted physical structure of home
•Loud noises inside ho...
Types of indoor pollution
•Indoor air pollution
•Indoor garbage pollution
•Indoor water pollution
•Indoor noise pollution
...
Sources of Indoor Air
Pollution
 Kitchen emissions owing to burning of
biomass fuel for cooking
 Smoking inside home
 V...
Sources of Indoor Land
Pollution
 Untidiness of home
 Garbage that sticks into inaccessible
points of window, walls and ...
Sources of Indoor Water
Pollution
 Seepage of drains inside home
 Seepage of sewage drains into the
water supply line
 ...
Sources of Indoor Noise
Pollution
•Frequent masonry work particularly in the
night
•Playing stereo recorder in high volume...
Health effects of Indoor Pollution
Every year two million people die of
indoor air pollution all over the world.
Out of to...
Health effects of Indoor Pollution
(more)
Non-fatal diseases because of this
menace include:
 Asthma that is highest in c...
How to control indoor pollution
 Avoidance of biomass fuel to cook food
 Usage of conventional fuel of gas,
electricity ...
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Indoor pollution

  1. 1. Indoor Pollution Mi Muba www.pollutionpollution.com www.pollutionpollution.com 1
  2. 2. What is Indoor Pollution? •Polluted air inside home and nearby •Polluted physical structure of home •Loud noises inside home •Water contamination that occurs inside home 2www.pollutionpollution.com
  3. 3. Types of indoor pollution •Indoor air pollution •Indoor garbage pollution •Indoor water pollution •Indoor noise pollution 3www.pollutionpollution.com
  4. 4. Sources of Indoor Air Pollution  Kitchen emissions owing to burning of biomass fuel for cooking  Smoking inside home  Vehicular emissions coming from outside  Radon an invisible gas resulting from radioactive decay of radium  Ozone gas coming directly from sun with ultraviolet rays 4www.pollutionpollution.com
  5. 5. Sources of Indoor Land Pollution  Untidiness of home  Garbage that sticks into inaccessible points of window, walls and furniture  Littering of small particles  Food crumbs hidden in inaccessible places 5www.pollutionpollution.com
  6. 6. Sources of Indoor Water Pollution  Seepage of drains inside home  Seepage of sewage drains into the water supply line  Mixing of dust particles in water stored in open tank  Insects and aunts fall into a water tank 6www.pollutionpollution.com
  7. 7. Sources of Indoor Noise Pollution •Frequent masonry work particularly in the night •Playing stereo recorder in high volume •Honking inside home 7www.pollutionpollution.com
  8. 8. Health effects of Indoor Pollution Every year two million people die of indoor air pollution all over the world. Out of total deaths:  44% are due to pneumonia  54% from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), and  2% from lung cancer 8www.pollutionpollution.com
  9. 9. Health effects of Indoor Pollution (more) Non-fatal diseases because of this menace include:  Asthma that is highest in children  Eye irritation  Frequent headaches  Nose and throat infections 9www.pollutionpollution.com
  10. 10. How to control indoor pollution  Avoidance of biomass fuel to cook food  Usage of conventional fuel of gas, electricity and solar energy  Exhaust and cross ventilation in kitchen  Plants that reduce indoor pollution  Regular cleaning of home  Organic fumigation  Repair of water supply and drainage pipes  Music in low tone and no honking inside home 10www.pollutionpollution.com

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