Essay on Environmental Pollution And Its Effects On The Environment

1146 Words May 12th, 2016 null Page
Environmental Pollution Environmental pollution is introduction of contaminants into the environment that cause adverse change. Pollution can take many forms, some being, chemical substances or energy. Noise, heat, and light are also known as pollutants, pollutants are are components of pollution. They are often seen as foreign substances or energies and naturally occurring contaminants. National income and level of development are critical factors for the differences in pollution types and excessiveness between countries. A few common forms of pollution include: air, water, soil, noise, radioactive, and light. Pollution of the air is by far the most common type of pollution, it has also been said to be the most dangerous and harmful to civilians and the environment. Air pollution is caused by excessive burning of gases and chemicals, but it is something that has been very hard for Americans to try to stay away from. Being that a lot of our day to day things are completed by burning gas, such as driving to and from places, simply just making dinner with your stove, and all of the companies that are used everyday to create products we buy, it will be difficult to end air pollution. “Smoke from chimneys, factories, vehicles or burning of wood basically occurs due to coal burning; this releases sulphur dioxide into the air making it toxic. The effects of air pollution are evident too. Release of sulphur dioxide and hazardous gases into the air causes global warming and acid…

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