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Minimizing Air Pollution
What is air pollution? Air pollution is the presence of any material solid, liquid or gaseous air quantities lead to physiological damage and economic vitality of human beings, animals and plants. It’s also one of the reasons that increase the ozone hole and may lead to other problems WWW. COMPANY. COM Solid Liquid Air
The Major Causes of Air Pollution
The major causes of air pollution There are many reasons that leads to air pollution and it is still increasing, with the increase of population and the peoples ways of living. We will do a small experiment that examines pollution that caused by: people waste, Industrial expansion and Mismanagement of using resources. People waste Industrial expansion WWW. COMPANY. COM Mismanagement of using resources
People Waste • Peoples waste includes cleaning products and some other toxic chemical products that affects the air. • Automobiles, such as cars, motorbikes, ships…etc. they are considered pollutant because, they produce Carbon dioxide which leads to air pollution and global warming.
Manufactory Gases Industries produce the most chemical waste that affect the air by burring much of products like: coal, petroleum and other that will result in damaging gases ( Carbon monoxide and dioxide, Nitrogen oxides).
Mismanagement of using resources Third major cause is mismanagement of using resources. With the increase of the population the usage of technology increases. People prefer burning more petrol and such rather than using the renewable energy to help in decreasing pollution.
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Minimizing The Air Pollution
How can air pollution be minimized? There are several solutions that will help to solve air pollution problem. In developing countries like United Arab Emirates for instance; they did started to build one of the biggest renewable cities in the world that provides clean air without damaging the environment. Minimize the resources usage WWW. COMPANY. COM Industrial air filtration
Minimize the resources usage People have to start using environment friendly materials. People need to start using public transportation instead of using private transportation such as, car.
Industrial air filtration Last solution is focusing more with industrial manufactures and forces them to use filters that will reduce polluted gases. In addition, Imposition major fines for manufactures that are not using filters and other products that reduces polluted gas.
Our Experiment Results
Experiment Area Hamdan Street Mussafah Khalifa City A Traffic Industrial Residential WWW. COMPANY. COM
Experiment Data Chart Title Khalifa City A Hamdan Street Mussafah WWW. COMPANY. COM Mussafah Hamdan Street Khalifa City A
Most polluted areas The open areas are the most polluted compering with closed areas because of the dust, carbon dioxide and the dirt in the open areas are more than the closed areas. Open areas such as industrial areas and traffic areas are the most open areas polluted. In the experiment we found that open areas are the most dangerous areas for humans because the air has negative effect on the humans health. WWW. COMPANY. COM
Least polluted areas On the other hand, the closed areas are found less polluted than open areas because it’s not exposed to industrial, dust and traffic carbon dioxide it is less polluted if its compared with the open areas. But these areas also are not fully clear from the air pollution so we need to plant plenty of trees, flowers, . . to reduce the carbon dioxide percentage. WWW. COMPANY. COM
Questions ? ?
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