These pollutants affect humans, animals, plants and atmosphere. Their effects are indeed many and wide-ranging. The excessive levels of pollutants cause a lot of damage to human and animal health. For example air pollution reduces the lung functioning, cause irritation of mouth, throat, eyes and nose, asthma, respiratory symptoms like coughing and wheezing.Air pollutants like sulphur dioxide, oxides of nitrogen etc increases the respiratory diseases and reduces the energy level.Similarly water pollution causes many waterborne diseases like amoebiasis,hookworm,giardiasis,ascariasis and typhoid. The polluted water can damage the nervous system, liver, DNA and kidney.
With air pollution going in our lives can be in danger. With air pollution, acid rain can be caused which can be harmful to food and water. Acid rain can go into plants and water which we will eat and drink. Acid rain can make respiratory diseases like asthma worse, and make it hard for people to breath. Acid rain can also cause tiny particles and when they go into someone's lungs they can cause health problems, and make health problems even worse.
INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of Study Pesticide that based on chemical is harmful to the user and the environment. Even though the pesticides are sprayed on land, they can make their way into a water source, such as a river, ocean, or pond. If a body of water becomes contaminated with the chemicals, many fish and other animals may die and get sick. This can throw the whole ecosystem off balance. Another way pesticides can spread and cause potential harm is by volatilization.
If the cells that are supposed to be producing melanin stop working then vitiligo most likely occurs. Vitiligo can affect people with any color of skin, but the noticeability is more likely with those who obtain darker skin. Vitiligo cannot spread like a flu can, but it can cause a person who has it to be stressed because of the visibility of the disease. These are what are known as psychological effects. Because of the very distinct visibility of the white patches from this disease, people who have it can start having a drop in their self- esteem, they can start to get teased and made fun of by others, and they can start getting social anxiety.
Cigarette and the Environment The environment impact of cigarettes to the environment is as alarming the same way as it affects the health of the people. Most causes of floods in some cities are the indiscriminate littering of different kinds of garbage which include cigarette butts. It is also a common sight in beaches and throughout all the watershed which carry water. They are also found along sidewalks, parking lots, and street gutters. These cigarette butts are more than unsightly trash to the environment, as they can also emit toxins which can be washed out into our water system and the ocean that when animals, such as birds and sea mammals accidentally ingests these cigarette butts can be harmful to them as well.
Some micro-organisms are good for us, but other can make sick. We will focus on the harmful micro-organism that cause most food borne illness. Example virus, parasite and bacterial. To prevent biological contamination; • Keep potentially hazardous food out of the danger zone. • Do not work with food when you are ill. • Wash your hand after using
Spilled oil can harm living things because its chemical substances are poisonous. This can affect organisms both from internal exposure through ingestion or inhalation and from external exposure through skin and eye irritation. During the oil spill, seabirds are harmed and killed in greater numbers than other kinds of creatures because oil stuck on their coat feathers. The oil works its way into the fur and plumage of the animals. As a result, both birds and mammals find it harder to float in the water and regulate their body temperatures.
If you do not recycle some of the rubbish can go to the sea and that can pollute and if you throw something like plastic that is difficult to break down so that will pollute more Do not throw medicines on the toilet. As you know chemicals are bad and medicines are made of chemicals and if you throw them to the toilet the chemical can go to the sea or lakes and you can kill animals or even pollute the drinkable water Try not to use the toilet as a wastebasket. If you throw lots of paper and things to the toilet and they are difficult to break they will pollute
Plus, its effects on the atmosphere are alarming, it can cause respiratory and heart problems, the contaminated air goes inside the body through the lungs and can lead to many kinds of cancer. Studies have clarified that children in areas exposed to air pollutant are commonly suffering from
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.