Water, air,and land are all affected by pollution.There are different types of pollution categorized based on the part of the environment which they affect or result which the particular pollution causes. In the following paragraphs, we will enumerate the consequences of releasing pollutants in the environment. We cause most of the pollution and we will suffer the consequences if we don’t stop. Water pollution can be defined in many ways. Usually,
Role of Microbes in Hydrocarbon Degradation INDEX • Introduction • Rationale of Studies • Objective of the experiment • Materials and Methods • Factors Affecting Microbial Hydrocarbon Degradation Activity • Result and Discussion • Reference • Introduction – Hydrocarbon enter in environment accidently or due to human activity. It affects both marine and terrestrial ecosystem. They are some micro-organism which survive this due to their different enzymatic and physiological response. Hydrocarbon are the pollutants that cause mutation and sometime may be death when enter in environment. We can use different technology to remove hydrocarbons like burying, evaporation, dispersion and washing but these methods can be very costly, so we use microbes for this purpose.
(Woolf, Aron, & Council, 2013) Public health can be affected by the environment through physical exposures, such as unhealthy water supply. The effects of the human physical exposure to the environment are mainly occurred by particulate matter like liquid droplet in aerosol form, and solid particles which can lead to cardiovascular and respiratory morbidity
Surface water can result in many ways. It can be when a chemical or a substance that is hazardous gets discharged from a distribution network or water channel and in many other possible ways, such as spillages. It can affect many ecosystems and lives within them. It is also harmful to human and animal health. In this article, the discussion is focused on three incidents of surface water that have occurred.
Availability to plants). Plants are important part of the natural ecosystems and agro ecosystems, and are the first part or level of the terrestrial food chain. When plants are grown on polluted soils they become a potential threat to human and animal health, as they may accumulate high levels of toxic elements (e.g. Metals) in their tissues, for example, the Itai-Itai disease caused by cadmium-contaminated
Bromine and fluorine are also oxidisers. Agro-chemicals can also be corrosive. Corrosives are materials that can harm and chemically destroy body tissues on contact. Corrosives can also damage or destroy metal. The effect on tissue and metal depends on the corrosive agent and its concentration.
The co2 emissions cause significant problems with the air quality and causing the climate to change for the worse. The POPS will not get better unless other actions are taken to prevent such disasters in the environment. Organic pollution can also be caused by a variety of chemicals from a variety of sources and can involve a variety of health effects from simple digestive problems to chemical intoxication and sudden death by poisoning. The effects are usually related to the exposure to high amounts of chemicals. Organic pollution leads to various serious diseases, generally by consuming water or breathing highly contaminated air.
NOISE POLLUTION: “Noise pollution refers to undesirable levels of noises caused by human activity that disrupt the standard of living in the affected area.” The source of most outdoor noise worldwide is mainly caused by machines and transportation systems usually. CAUSES OF NOISE POLLUTION: • Traffic noise • Aero planes noise • Concerts • Manufacturing plants • Railroad ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECTS OF NOISE POLLUTION: Noise pollution affects a person’s health which directly results in loss of hearing abilities. It also causes annoyance and a state of stress for the person who is tolerating a high frequency noise, no matter from what source it comes from. Hearing ability is defers with the passing of age, but if we face noise pollution at its most in a early age we might get deaf earlier. There are some images below which show noise pollution : 5.
• To implement ‘cradle-to-grave’ principles by means of planned waste management strategies. 1.4) Impact of hazardous waste on human life and the surrounding environment A hazardous waste substance can further be described as any substance which directly or indirectly represents a threat to public (human) health and/or the environment by introducing one or more of the following risks : • Explosion or fire. • Infections, pathogens, parasites, or their vectors. •
A condition in which in which the quality of air is affected by the presence of chemical, biological or physical substances in the air is called air pollution. The definition of air pollution suggested that air pollution is consists of gases, liquids and solid particles, these substances when present in adequate levels for a significant time and also under specific conditions, tend to affect the human health, human welfare and also cause the damage to environmental sustainability. Air pollution causes ozone depletion, creates smog, acid rain, and other hazardous environmental phenomena. According to---, air pollution can be defined as the presences of harmful chemicals and compounds including biological origin, in the air that they become a serious health risk. In the broader sense the term air pollutants mean those chemicals that have toxic health effects and does not present in the air naturally but they released into the air by through some human activities directly or indirectly.