The objectives of this engineering textbook are to 1 provide a thorough understanding of natural and anthropogenic sources of air pollution and 2 introduce ways that pollution can be prevented or minimized by the application of pollution control practices. Air pollution it is an undesirable change in the physical chemical or biological characteristics of airair pollutants they are the substances which pollute the airsome of the common pollutants are dust soot ash carbon monoxide excess of carbon dioxide sulphur dioxide oxides of nitrogen hydrocarbons chlorofluorocarbonscfc lead compounds asbestos dust cement dust pollens and . The objectives of this textbook are to 1 provide a thorough understanding of natural and anthropogenic sources of air pollution and 2 introduce ways that pollution can be prevented or minimized by the application of pollution control practices. Sources of air pollution sources of air pollution are of two types natural sources and artificial sources natural sources of pollution are those that are caused due to natural phenomena ex volcanic eruptions forest fires biological decay pollen grains marshes radioactive materials artificial sources are those which are created by man. Read this article to learn about the types sources effects and control of air pollution air pollution is a change in the physical chemical and biological characteristic of air that causes adverse effects on humans and other organisms the ultimate result is a change in the natural environment and or ecosystem
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