Environmental Pollution – An introduction to Land, Air and Water Pollution

Keshav Saini

Keshav Saini is a green blogger from India. Environment About is his first project and an ongoing effort to spread awareness about various environmental issues.

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  1. Environmental Pollution says:

    The chemicals in cigarettes kill the Daphnia, a microscopic aquatic animal that is important in the marine food chain.

    Noise pollution is a very real threat to wildlife—very loud noises from machinery or vehicles can disrupt animals’ migration and breeding and limit their choice of habitat.

    Poison ivy likes carbon dioxide. The more carbon dioxide in the environment, the bigger poison ivy grows. And the rash you get from it? Much more itchy!

  2. Two days workshop on environmental pollution and its effects on human beings was held in Chandigarh, India, a few days ago. The agenda was focused on continuous spread of poison in fruits, vegetables and other agricultural products which is quickly aggravating pollution.

    The delegates while taking part in the special seminar organized by Centre for Research in Rural and Industrial Development, stressed upon the need of saving the environment from such hazardous situation of land pollution.

    Delegates warned that the increasing and continuous use of fertilizers, chemicals and pesticides are not only responsible for the dreaded diseases like cancer but also changes in the hormonal system in the human body.

    Punjab is on the verge of a very alarming stage. There is a great need of mounting pressure on all the political leaders and parties to make a serious note of this danger and include this in their election manifesto to save the mankind from the probable danger of environmental pollution. The promotion of organic farming can do a lot in this regard.

  3. Terry Morrison says:

    I have been researching and can not find anything on this topic.
    I reload rifle ammunition. Very small amount per year. The question is. When i clean my rifle brass in a tumbler with corn cob media. (crushed up corn cobs) I end up with about five pounds per year that needs to be disposed of.
    How should i dispose of it? Is it safe to use in compost pile? Is it classified as Haz-Mat material?

    Thank you for any help with this.
    Terry Morrison

  4. yeshoor says:

    enviromental pollution and photo chemical smog due to the oxides at nitrogen introduction, cause, affect, preventive measures

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