These odours can be a bother for some people and cause different symptoms like a headache, nausea, cough, and more. Other environmental odours can be toxic and harmful for the health of people. Everyone is born different from each other, and that is not just physical features and how they think. It includes their sensitivity to environmental odours, so some people have more chances of getting symptoms than other people. It is not the smell that harms you, according to Luis Villazon, “Smells in themselves do not cause harm.
With more people switching over to Vaping the environment has become cleaner. The smell of Cigarette butts can cause the air around to become Polluted with unhealthy and unsafe toxins for children of young ages. If a child where to breath in the toxins of tobacco it can cause major health problems because their body is not strong enough to fight off such strong toxins. Smoking is a main reason many smokers are obtaining lung cancer from being a smoker for multiple years(Conserve energy). Smoking has carcinogenic particles which is radiation that comes from the cigaret and promotes lung cancer.
The materials inside and out of the workplace can cause property damage and production items from smoking. For example, work in food hospitality. Hygiene is important to prevent cross contamination, Woodworking production can cause a fire hazard. Where’re ever you go in workplace indoor or out they have the own reason, why smoking should be forbidden. In the past history and to prevent the result would never happen again.
The farms also produce an unbearable smell for local residents making their daily life uncomfortable, ruining their health, quality of life and increasing the chance of people moving away. Meat industries have also facilitated the introduction of deadly pathogens, one highly problematic one being E.coli 0157:H7. I can totally agree with Schlosser on his argument regarding fast food as a major cause of health issues in America. In South Africa, it too has become a problem. Fast food has integrated
Indoor air pollution exists in various forms, some of the common pollutants ranging from carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxide produced by the gas stoves in households, particulate matter to environmental tobacco smokes (ETS) and many more. For the past few years, there is scientific evidence that prove that the air inside our home or building is more polluted than outdoor air. In addition, the long-time exposure to these indoor pollution has increased the risk in health problems in human for example eye, mouth, throat irritation, asthma, cardiovascular disease and lung cancer. Asbestos is one of the common indoor air pollutants that produced by damaged or deteriorating insulation, fireproofing and acoustical materials. When the asbestos is inhaled
enjoying food when compared to enjoying food in a bar”. Now, if I were to take this as a reason, then the very idea of a smoke ban can result in a positive impact on the restaurant as more non-smokers would enter restaurants which improve employment. But, on the other hand, a bar which is primarily known for smokers and drinkers and only as a secondary room for food will definitely have a negative impact on its employment. Another possible example which we can give is: assume there are 10 friends of which 6 of them are smokers and the other 4 are non-smokers. Also assume that they frequently visit a bar to smoke and drink.
Within that 10 km radius lies many industries, The East Rand Mall, Hotels, A primary and secondary school, plenty complexes as well as suburbs such as: Kempton Park; Jet Park; Impala Park and Isando. After doing the research, we will be able to determine whether or not these components are affected? There are certain factors which may contribute to the noise pollution coming from the airport, namely: Aeroplanes: Different size aircrafts will produce a different level of noise coming from the engines of the aeroplane, measured from stage 1-5. The larger the aircraft, the higher the stage of noise. These sounds are extremely loud and distracting and only disappear once the aircraft has reached a high altitude.
Air pollution can also cause many problems such as chest pain, congestion, throat inflammation, cardiovascular disease, respiratory diseases. Cooking, our vehicles, excessive burning of materials, and the smoke/smog from our chimneys all pollute our air and our daily lives. A chemical called Sulphur dioxide is released in the air by the smoke from chimneys, factories and our vehicles. Another pollution that has a big toll on our Earth is water pollution. As industries dump industrial waste into our rivers, creeks, lakes, oceans and other bodies of water it causes an imbalance in the water leading to the severe death and contamination of aquatic species.
First of all, we pollute the air with harmful things. By this I mean we let dangerous gases into the atmosphere. For instance, every morning cars, buses, and other vehicles emit toxic fumes such as exhaust into the air.