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Facts about Pollution

Facts about Pollution. By Jesse King. Different Types of Pollution. Water Pollution Air Pollution Noise Pollution Land Pollution Light Pollution Effulent Pollution. Water Pollution. What is water pollution ?

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Facts about Pollution

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  1. Facts about Pollution By Jesse King

  2. Different Types of Pollution • Water Pollution • Air Pollution • Noise Pollution • Land Pollution • Light Pollution • Effulent Pollution

  3. Water Pollution • What is water pollution ? • Water pollution is the introduction of chemical, biological and physical matter into large bodies of water, such as lakes and seas that decreasesthe quality of life that lives in it and consumes it. • What are the sources of water pollution? • Some of the main contributors to water pollution are: • Factories • Refineries • Waste treatment facilities • Mining • Pesticides, herbicides and fertilizers • Human sewage • Oil spills • Failing septic systems • Soap from washing your car • Oil and antifreeze leaking from cars • Household chemicals • Animal waste

  4. Water Pollution

  5. Air Pollution • What is Air pollution ? • Air pollution is the exposureof hazardous substances into the atmosphere that danger human life and other living things. • What are the sources of air pollution? • Some of the main contributors to air pollution are: • Automobile emissions • Tobacco smoke • Combustion of coal • Acid rain • Noise pollution from cars and construction • Power plants • Manufacturing buildings • Large ships • Paint fumes • Aerosol sprays • Wildfires • Nuclear weapons

  6. Air Pollution

  7. Land pollution • What is land pollution ? • Land pollution is pollution of the Earth’s natural land surface by industrial, commercial, domestic and agricultural activities. • What are the sources of land pollution? • Some of the main contributors to land pollution are: • Chemical and nuclear plants • Industrial factories • Oil refineries • Human sewage • Oil and antifreeze leaking from cars • Mining • Littering • Overcrowded landfills • Deforestation • Construction debris

  8. Land Pollution

  9. Noise Pollution • What is Noise pollution ? • Noise pollution is excessive, displeasing human, animal, or machine-created environmental noise that disrupts the activity or balance of human or animal life. • Examples of noise pollution • Honking cars • Traffic, cars, trucks • Loud music • Leaf blowers, lawn mowers, power drills, construction • Running water (although this isn't always a bad one!) • Voices, people, yelling • Animals • Factories, generators, stores

  10. Noise Pollution

  11. Light Pollution • What is light Pollution ? • The alteration of the amount of natural light in the night environment due to the introduction of artificial light is a true pollution • Examples of light pollution • artificial light such as • Street lighting • Light from Commercial buildings • Planes • City lighting • Car lights

  12. Light Pollution

  13. Effluent Pollution • What is effluent pollution? • Liquid waste flowing out of a factory, farm, commercial buildings, or a household into a water body such as a river, lake, or lagoon, or a sewer system or reservoir. • Examples of effluent pollution • Sewage from Animals and humans

  14. Effluent Pollution

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