Free Essays on Industrial Pollution

  1. Effect of Industrial Expansion on the Ecosystem

    Effect of Industrial Expansion on the ecosysytem. Pollutants given off by various industries and factories are often considered to be one of the prime factors contributing to air, water and soil pollution. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), it has been estimated that industrial pollution...

  2. Industrial Pollution

    Industrial pollution is pollution which can be directly linked with industry, in contrast to other pollution sources. This form of pollution is one of the leading causes of pollution worldwide; in the United States, for example, the Environmental Protective Agency estimates that up to 50% of the nation's...

  3. China Environmental Pollution Control Equipment Market : Size, Analysis, Share, Research, Growth, Trends, Report, Opportunities and Forecast

    a report titled “Environmental Pollution Control Equipment Markets in China” that provides latest market trends and opportunities. The report offers detailed analysis of the Environmental Pollution Control Equipment Markets. China's demand for environmental pollution control equipment has grown at...

  4. Poverty and Pollution

    Poverty and Pollution Strayer University BUS 309 – Business Ethics July 28, 2013 Introduction When I hear the word pollution, I almost immediately think of how the sky changes to a very dingy gray as you travel north from North Carolina to New Jersey. It is not the signs or the tollbooths...

  5. Pollution in Dhaka City

    Environmental pollution in Dhaka city INTRODUCTION: Pollution is an undesirable change in the physical, chemical or biological characteristics of air, water, soil or food that can adversely affect the health, survival or activities of human or other living organisms. The effects of water pollution are far-reaching...

  6. Industrial classification of dryers

    Roughly divided into: industrial dryer rotary dryer, rotary drum dryer, industrial dryers. Scope: industrial dryer rotary drum dryer is widely used in food, feed, chemical, http://www.ms-machinery.net/industrial-drying-machine.htmlpharmaceutical, mining and other industries.Equipment working process...

  7. Coal fired industrial boiler soot blowing system

    Coal fired industrial boiler soot blowing system During the operation of coal-fired industrial boilers,the fouling and slagging on boiler heating surface is inevitable,this phenomenon will not only cause the boiler heat transfer effect is greatly reduced,but also affect the safety performance of coal-fired...

  8. Water Pollution - Essay 9

    Water pollution is a global problem; the different types of pollutants vary from one area to another. Water pollution is the contamination of water by foreign matter such as chemicals, industrial and other wastes, or sewage. Pollution breaks down the quality of the world’s water by altering the characteristics...

  9. Environmental pollution

    Environmental pollution refers to the introduction of harmful pollutants into the environment. The major types of environmental pollution are air pollution, water pollution, noise pollution, thermal pollution, soil pollution and light pollution. Deforestation and hazardous gaseous emissions also leads...

  10. Pollution

    Pollution Pollution is the addition to the ecosystem of someting which has a detrimental effect on it. One of the most important causes of pollution is the high rate of energy usage by modern, growing populations. Different kinds of pollution are found. In this section we will discuss: 1. Air Pollution...

  11. Water Pollution - Analysis 3

    Introduction Water pollution is the contamination of water by foreign substances such as chemicals, pesticides, animal wastes, sewage, disease, and organic matter. There are two primary sources of water pollution, point source and non-point source pollution. Point source pollution originates from specific...

  12. Air Pollution

    Air pollution is the introduction of chemicals, particulates, biological materials, or other harmful materials into the Earth's atmosphere, possibly causing disease, death to humans, damage to other living organisms such as food crops, or the natural or built environment. The atmosphere is a complex...

  13. Water Pollution - Essay 7

    The water resource issue that was selected is water pollution. The issue of water pollution originated from industrial facility’s using pipes to drain pollution from the plant’s into the rivers, from farm lands using fertilizer that is carried away by rain into the streams and rivers, and by some air...

  14. Mitigation Strategies and Solutions: Water Pollution

    Mitigation Strategies and Solutions: Water Pollution Crystal Miller University of Phoenix January 18, 2009 On planet...

  15. Substance Pollution

    2/2/13 M/W 9:20 Substance Pollution There are many different types of marine polution and each one has a negative effect on all organisms in comes into contact with. The four major forms of marine pollution toxic substances, organic substances, thermal, and ecological. In this essay I will focus...

  16. Sources of Environmental Pollution

    Sources of Environmental Pollution Fossil Fuel Sources of Environmental Pollution Fossil Fuel Pollution In modern industrialized societies, fossil fuels (oil, gas, coal) transcended virtually all imaginable barriers and firmly established themselves in our everyday lives. Not only do we use...

  17. Point Source Pollution

    Point Source Pollution Adam Spurlin September 24, 2010 SCI/275 Karen Marasigan Point Source Pollution 1 Point source pollution is contamination of the environment through sources of tunnels, ditches, conduit, or pipes. These are places that...

  18. pollution

    Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change. Pollution can take the form of chemical substances or energy, such as noise, heat or light. Pollutants, the components of pollution, can be either foreign substances/energies or naturally occurring contaminants...

  19. Effect of Pollution

    CHEMICAL POLLUTANTS AND THE ENVIRONMENT The effects of land pollution are far-ranging in the industrial age. The nature of the industrial revolution and the lack of a sustainable development model for industrial progress have allowed the creation of chemicals and products which may serve the idea of...

  20. Water Pollution

    Water Pollution All around the world, countries are fighting to keep their water clean. Whether it's streams, rivers, lakes, or the ocean, countries have taken great measures to maintain a high quality of water for both human consumption and as a key component to the environment. We deal with the...

  21. Causes and Effects of Aquatic Pollution

    Aquatic pollution is a worldwide problem that occurs every day in all bodies of water. Adedeji and Adetunji (2011) refer to aquatic pollution as an addition of hazardous substances, called pollutants, to these bodies of water. These pollutants are harmful to humans, but more importantly, they are extremely...

  22. Pollution

    Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies (e.g. lakes, rivers, oceans, aquifers and groundwater). Water pollution occurs when pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove harmful compounds. Water pollution affects plants and organisms...

  23. Effects of Pollution on the Nigerian Ecosystem

    Nigeria is not alone in the types of pollution that it is plagued with, particularly when it comes to developing nations. What is troubling is the manner in which this environmental crisis has been dealt with, even up to recent times. Nigeria has seen its share of political strife, due to being controlled...

  24. Pollution

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  25. What is a Condensate Pump of industrial fire tube steam boiler?

    A condensate pump is a device helpful to move and direct the flow of wastewater that is generated by industrial fire tube steam boilers, furnaces, and air cooling systems. This condensed steam or water vapor exits scalping strategies by way of a steam trap and collects in a very nearby pan or tub. Because...

  26. The Pollution We Breathe

    gas fires, smoking, Dumping garbage, just about all human waste is harmful to the environment. Air pollution occurs when waste dirty the air. People produce most of the wastes, they cause air pollution. It comes in all forms such as; gases or particulate, solid or liquid matter. These substances result...

  27. Marine Pollution

    MARINE POLLUTION By: Naveen Prasad Yerra subbarayudu AGENDA • Introduction • Types of pollution  Cause  Effects INTRODUCTION • Harmful foreign contaminates entry in to ocean like chemicals, particles, industrial, agricultural and residential waste, noise. • Creates a disturbance in the...

  28. water pollution

    Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies (e.g. lakes, rivers, oceans, aquifers and groundwater). Water pollution occurs when pollutants are directly or indirectly discharged into water bodies without adequate treatment to remove harmful compounds. In the past, before the industrial revolution...

  29. Listhosphere and Land Pollution

    THE LITHOSPHERE AND LAND POLLUTION # THE EARTH Often air pollution causes people difficulty breathing. Some groups of people such as infants, the elderly, and people with asthma or other respiratory diseases are more heavily affected by air pollution. Pollutants in the air, caught in air currents...

  30. Air pollution in China VS air pollution in U.S

    Air pollution in U.S.A vs Air pollution in China Has it ever happen to you to wonder all week for that special weekend when you will leave the city behind and head for the country? Which is the reason? It’s easy. You can finally breathe some quality air....

  31. Pollution: Carbon Dioxide Emissions

    Pollution CO2 emissions from U.S. cars and trucks totaled 314 million tons in 2002 (Indoor 2)! This fact is absolutely mind-boggling. This is as much pollution as would be released from burning all the coal in a 50,000-mile long train! To put that into even more perspective, that is long enough to circle...

  32. What Are the Causes and Effects of Water Pollution?

    What Are The Causes And Effects Of Water Pollution? Essay retrieved from http://www.antiessays.com/free-essays/2523.html What are the causes and effects of water pollution? Over two thirds of Earth's surface is covered by water; less than a third is taken up by land. As Earth's population continues...

  33. Water Pollution

    in different purpose such as domestic, industrial supply, transportation, recreation. However, nowadays, humans are continuously deteriorating rivers, lakes, and oceans through different agricultural, industrial activities. Abel (1996) states that water pollution defines as “the addition of undesirable...

  34. China Pollution

    China’s Pollution Problem China, one of the worlds largest industrial powers, is now facing a difficult situation. China’s industries rely largely on coal power which emits harmful gases, causing intense air pollution. The Chinese government, in fear that the country would fall in a recession, has...

  35. Urban Indoor and Outdoor Air Pollution

    Air Pollution This about the Indoor and Outdoor Air Pollution and I also talked about the Black Carbon Pollution and more. Smog is a type of large-scale outdoor pollution. It is caused by chemical reactions between pollutants derived from different sources, primarily automobile exhaust and industrial...

  36. Soil Pollution

    What Is Soil Pollution? Soil pollution comprises the toxic waste of soils with resources, mostly chemicals that are out of place or are present at concentrations advanced than normal which may have unpleasant effects on humans or other organisms. However, soil pollution is also caused by resources...

  37. Pollution-Caused Health Problems to the Elderly

    Air Pollution This article gives us a detailed follow up about the relationship between particulate matter and respiratory function in elderly. Particulate matter is a type of solid in air, which is toxic in the form of smoke, dust or vapor. This matter are consists of microscopic particles...

  38. Global Warming and Its Correlation with the Amount of Pollution Worldwide

    New York City. According to The National Resource Defense Council, it is caused by many different factors, including population increase, global pollution, and the burning of fossil fuels. Which can result in coastal flooding on the eastern seaboard, the change in climate will drive many plant and animal...

  39. Water Pollution

    Water pollution is the world’s worst form of pollution. If you were to take a look into a glass of water it may look clear, but in reality millions of microscopic pollutants are floating through it. Most people believe that water pollution is an environmental problem where animals and plants can be...

  40. Corn Processing Machinery Industry Brings Pollution

    It has become pollution of organic substances. The pollution of environment by discharging waste water has been paid great attention by the department concerned. Therefore, it is obviously important corn processing machinery industry to discharge waste water up to standard. Pollution control strategies...

  41. Discuss the Issues Surrounding the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme.

    the highest releaser of greenhouse gases per capita in the developed world (Climate Action Network Australia, 2008). A particular system, Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme, used to reduce the emissions of pollutants, was released by the federal government. The scheme is expected to tackle the environmental...

  42. Air Pollution Effects on Human Lives

    Air Pollution Factsheet Air pollution consists of substances present in the atmosphere in high enough levels to harm humans, other animals, plants, or materials. Air pollution can result from human activities such as driving cars. It can also come from natural sources, such as smoke from forest fires...

  43. Water Pollution

    Water Pollution Control Ord. (Repealed) 273 The East Pakistan Water Pollution Control Ordinance, 1970 East Pakistan Ord. No. V of 1970 [Published in Dacca Gazette, Extraordinary, dated 23 rd February, 1970] [Repealed by Ord. XIII of 1977] An Ordinance to provide for the control, prevention and...

  44. How to Control Coal Fired Steam Boilers Air Pollution?

    As we all know, coal is a fossil fuel and it produces harmful gases to the air. Air pollution has always been a serious environmental problem. The combustion of fuels, especially in power plant boilers or large scale cfb boiler, provides the large part of earth’s energy needs. Despite providing useful...

  45. The English Industrial Revolution

    their main priority is to stop the pollution. . A parliamentary committee reviews EPA every five years. This Act is trying to put laws so that they can stop and eliminate toxic substances and to prevent them from releasing into environment To prevent the pollution of the environment, the Canadian Environmental...

  46. Overview of Water Pollution

    Water pollution Water pollution is the contamination of water bodies such as lakes, rivers, oceans, and groundwater caused by human activities, which can be harmful to organisms and plants that live in these water bodies. The free encyclopedia |Contents ...

  47. Air Pollution Explained

    Enable Macros to view other parts of document. Air pollution is the introduction of particulates, biological materials, or other harmful materials into the Earth's atmosphere, possibly causing disease, death to humans, damage to other living organisms such as food crops, or the natural or built environment...

  48. Land Pollution

    the globe have been facing a number of health problems caused due to the pollution of land, water and air. Talking about land pollution, it has some of the most devastating effects on both nature and living beings. Land pollution is characterized by the contamination of Earth's surface, where humans and...

  49. The Industrial Revolution - 1

    THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION The Industrial Revolution was a period from the 18th to the 19th century where major changes in agriculture, manufacturing, mining, transport, and technology had a profound effect on the socioeconomic and cultural conditions starting in the United Kingdom, then subsequently...

  50. Anaylsis of the Industrial Revolution

    Industrial Revolution (1750-1850) Per. 1 Causes o Because of Britain’s island status and natural resources, its social emphasis on profit accumulation, and its strong financial institutions, it’s clear to see why the Industrial Revolu3tion began in G.B. o Simple breakthroughs...

  51. The Causes, Effects and Possible Solutions to Pollution

    Air Pollution is not a new topic. It is a problem that we have noticed since the industrial revolution, when trees, houses and cars were covered in soot from the factories. People demanded change then, just as they are demanding it now. With all the talk of acid rain, global warming and ozone depletion...

  52. Pollution

    Pollution Human beings have always caused some environmental pollution. Since prehistoric times, people have created waste. Like garbage today, this waste was either burned, tossed into waterways, buried, or dumped aboveground. However, the waste of early peoples was mostly food scraps and other substances...

  53. pollution

    Air Pollution By:Tan Wei Wei Air pollution is the contamination of the air by noxious gases and small particles of solid and liquid matter in amounts that can cause harm to living organisms. Sources of air pollution include: transportation engines such as automobiles, power and heat generation,...

  54. Air Pollution in China

    Air Pollution in China-LEDC China is a country that suffers from the environmental issue of air pollution. After the 1970’s, china saw the beginnings of its economic success. The fast pace of economic success resulted to higher living standards, at the cost of turning the country into the world’s number...

  55. Environment Issues and the Industrial Revolution

     Environmental Issues and the Industrial Revolution Ecology and Environmental Sustainability SCI201 Professor Barish Argosy University The Industrial Revolution marked a major turning point in Earth’s ecology and humans’ relationship with their environment (McLamb...

  56. pollution

    Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change. Pollution can take the form of chemical substances or energy, such as noise, heat or light. Pollutants, the components of pollution, can be either foreign substances/energies or naturally occurring...

  57. Industrial Revolution Effects

    The Industrial Revolution brought huge change to people and the environment. It led to extreme pollution to a point that the skies were barely blue, and it led to the huge technology boom that has never stopped. The Industrial Revolution introduces a new way of life, and had a worldwide effect. The Industrial...

  58. How to decrease the pollution of energy giving

    How to decrease the pollution of energy giving Introduction The topic of this essay is about power and energy. People cannot exist without power and energy. Power and energy are the most important things for human beings. Light bulb needs energy to light. Train and airplane can not move without...

  59. environmental pollution

    ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION Environmental pollution is one of the biggest problems the world faces today. It is an issue that troubles us economically, physically and everyday in our lives. Pollution is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that causes adverse change. Pollutants...

  60. Pollution: Causes, Effects, and Remedial Measures

    About Pollution Control Equipments Necessity to control pollution Pollution Audit Pollution control is necessary due to two reasons: Polluted air and water are harmful to life. Air pollution creates problems for healthy living beings, plants and also material. Water pollution also...