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Presented by Madarsa Shamshul-uloom,Kashipur U.S.Nagar Pollution Mohd Arshad ansari Kashipur U.S.Nagar

Introduction : 

Introduction Pollution is-: The contamination of air, water, or soil materials interferes with human health. In simple terms, pollution can be seen as the wrong substance in the wrong place in the wrong quantities at the wrong time. Contamination of the environment by man-made substances or energy that have adverse effects on living or non-living matter.

Types of pollution : 

Types of pollution

Air pollution : 

Air pollution Contamination of the atmosphere by gaseous, liquid, or solid wastes that can endanger human health and the health and welfare of plants and animals, produce undesirable odors. Smoke Bellowing from Industrial

Air pollution (contd..) : 

Air pollution (contd..) Vehicle exhaust adversely affects the health of living, animals, plants and micro organism.

Effects of air pollution - : 

Effects of air pollution - Adverse effects of air pollution are injury to livestock and crops. Smokers, workers have lung disease. Another effect of air pollution is acid rain. Emission of (Co2) caused by the combustion of fossil fuels such as gas, petroleum, and coal-into the air can result in the acidification of soils and lakes when it reaches the Earth’s surface (see Acid Rain).

Effects of air pollution (contd..) : 

Effects of air pollution (contd..) Air pollution can result in adverse effects on health, crops and natural ecosystems. Periods of only three days of poor atmospheric mixing can result in injury and even death.

Effects of air pollution (contd..) : 

Effects of air pollution (contd..) Release of methyl isocyanate into the air during a temperature inversion caused the disaster at Bhopal, India, in December 1984, with at least 3,300 deaths and more than 20,000 illnesses.

Water pollution : 

Water pollution Pollution, contamination of water by foreign matter such as micro-organisms, chemicals, industrial or other wastes or sewage. Such matter deteriorates the quality of the water and renders it unfit for its intended uses.

Effects of water pollution : 

Effects of water pollution Water pollution may result in the poisoning of aquatic organisms or the depletion of oxygen. Water pollution arises from the discharge of industrial, agricultural, and human wastes into freshwaters. Polluted River

Noise Pollution : 

Noise Pollution By definition noise pollution is unwanted sound. The main sources of noise pollution in the community are – 1-Transport sources such as aircraft taking off and landing. 2-Road traffic, and railways.

Noise Pollution (contd..) : 

Noise Pollution (contd..) 3-The noise level is also dependent on the building’s construction. 4-Noise from stereo systems. Loud speaker

Effects of noise pollution : 

Effects of noise pollution It may result in hearing loss by causing damage to the hair-cells in the cochlea in the inner ear. Loud speaker Ear

Action taken by the Govt. : 

Action taken by the Govt. India has a strong conservation and environmental protection movement as forestation. Various countries have set standards in legislation in the form of concentration levels that are believed to be low enough to protect public health. Source emission standards are also specified to limit the discharge of pollutants into the air & water so that air & water quality standards will be achieved.

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Lot of thanks to:- Vinay Gupta Sir who gave us a valuable guidance and share experience. I.T.A Dharadun for co-cordial cooperation and management. Government of uttaranchal & Microsoft Corporation to start this programme.

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