Industrial Pollution And Its Effects On The Environment

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Industrial pollution is one if not the largest contributor to the global problem endangering people and the environment. Big cities with steel mills, power plants, heating plants, or railroad stations feel the direct impact of industrial pollution. Countries like China have tried endless ways to decreased the hazardous effects that factories have created. China has developed air purifiers to limits the exposure to pollutants when indoors, but tackling this kind of pollutants outdoors is almost impossible. Domes are known for their enclosing system and adding air purifiers to them could help many countries like China to eradicate smog making the environment a healthier place for everyone. China’s economy, has exploited natural resources in ways that contributed to famines and natural disasters, and has come at the expense of its environment and public health. Life expectancy north of the Huia River is 5.5 lower than in the south due to air pollution (life expectancy in China is 75.3 per 2013 UN). The international School of Beijing built a $5 million dome to enclose a playground and...

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