The acid rain is taking a big toll on the environment, by killing plants and damaging the water systems. The toll it is taking on the environment by killing the grass, trees, and other plants, in return, is killing animals. It is causing the water to be undrinkable and unsafe to even swim in at times. The smog is causing the sun light to be blocked from the earth. Burning coal, also emits twice as much carbon dioxide, when compared to natural gas, to produce the same level of heat.
In human perspective, people die every day due to polluted and infected water. Some of the water pollution is caused by industrial waste, they produce massive amount of waste which contains poisonous chemicals and other pollutants which then cause air pollution and it damages the environment around us. Industries do not have a proper waste management system, so they drain the waste to the fresh water which then leads river and then to sea. These toxic chemicals can change the colour of the water, temperature change in water and exposing to serious hazard to the water animals. “In developing countries, 70 percent of industrial wastes are dumped untreated into waters, polluting the usable water supply” (NationalGeographic.com).
Most of the industries are situated in the bank of the rivers and they release their wastes into the river water which is harm full for the water as well as for the people who are using the water. The chemicals get mixed with the water that is very toxic and bad for health without any doubt. In Bangladesh, there is an example of river pollution. The river Buriganga of Bangladesh is a highly polluted river and one of the main causes behind it is the industrial area near it. The chemical wastage of those industries is making the river water more and more dangerous day by day (Bhowmik, “Buriganga Pollution: Reason & Prospects”).
The lack of oxygen kills animals and other organisms that live in the water. Many harmful chemicals are in industrial waste. These can become drinking water pollutants if not well managed. Car exhaust creates a wide range of gases and solid matter. This causes global warming, acid rain, and it harms the environment and human health.
On the other hand, industrial development have many negative effects on the environment. First of all, owing to lots of factories, the large amount of carbon dioxide is released into the air and makes it be polluted. This contamination will not only make the climate change because of the greenhouse effects but also cause the air quality decrease then people may suffer from respiratory disorders. In Binh Duong, which is an industrial area in Viet Nam, there were a lot of column of smoke from factories and the resident living near here have suffered from many diseases related to lung and nose. Second, the effects of industrial pollution are far reaching and liable to affect the ecosystem for many years to come.
Pollution is the introduction of various contaminants into the natural environment such that it results in disorder and harm to the ecosystem, to include the living organisms in that specific ecosystem. Pollution can assume both chemical forms and energy forms. Pollution can also occur naturally, and there are man-made pollutants as well. Industrial pollution does the greatest damage to the natural environment. One popular historical occurrences of massive industrial pollution is the Great Smog of 1952 in London, making the Industrial Revolution as the triggering point of harmful industrial pollution as people know it today.
Although all kinds of pollutions negatively affects humans' lives, air pollution has a very high level of negative effects on them. Three important effects of air pollution are: global warming, health problems and adulteration of water sources and soil. Health problem is the most important effect of air pollution because this effect has taken many people's lives and still it kills thousands of humans' lives per day. Totally, these effects can threaten humans' lives on the earth and make our conditions worse than before. So it is highly recommended to stop the progression of this serious problem, by keeping your environment clean, decreasing use of machineries and transportation vehicles that produce hazardous gases and finally reducing burning leaves, plastics, trash and other materials similar to
Also, recovery leads to discolored local creeks and rivers because of the acidic run-off of these waters (Lecture 3/11/02). Next, these resources must be transported all over the world, where they will go into the preparation and refining stage. During this stage, there is a risk that refuse or sludge will result from coal cleaning parts (Lecture 3/11/02). Also, air and water pollution may result from the process of petroleum refining, which involves the change of the chemical composition of petroleum to produce desirable chemicals and fuels. However, that means that the undesirable results are released to pollute the atmosphere.
Deadly particles are circulating within our air supply. They are “the most life threatening for of air pollution.” These are tiny particles of soot and other matter released from diesel engines in lorries, buses, and coaches. They are believed to have played a role in the premature deaths of 8,000 people. Other pollutants known as GMM’s are causing such damage. GMM’s are genetically modified micro-organisms.
In addition, due to bad practices, service trucks needed to maintain and clean oil tankers often returned contamined. Other tankers pump oil into the sea as waste. Another form of sea oil pollution comes from gas well drilling and oil in coastal waters and underwater pipes leak. Many of these spills occur in the sea near the coast, which is where naturally inhabit a number of aquatic species and sub-aquatic of all kinds, among which are counted seabirds. One of the most disastrous spill was the one that occurred off the coast of Vancouver, Canada, where the ship crashed and Nestucca spilled 800,000 liters of oil and killed some 40,000 seabirds .Another maj... ... middle of paper ... ... oil and natural gas is acid rain, in this case not by the production of oxides of sulfur, as in the case of coal, but primarily for the production of nitrogen oxides.