Pollution and its Controlling Measures

Pollution control can be defined as the intermixing of contaminants into the natural resources leading to their degradation. Methods of air pollution control can be divided into two categories: the control of particulate emissions and the control of gaseous emissions. The term particulate can be defined as tiny particles of matter such as smoke, soot, and dust that are released during industrial, agricultural, or other activities. Gaseous emissions are industrial products such as sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, and oxides of nitrogen also released during various manufacturing operations. 

  • Major Pollutants
  • Control of Mobile-Source Emission
  • Toxicology of Air Pollution
  • Energy Conservation
  • Wastewater Treatment
  • Waste Disposal and Recycling
  • Hazardous Waste
  • Soil Toxicology
  • Chemical Wastes

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