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Pollution and its Control

Presentations | English

Did you know that while China's Great Wall is not visible from orbit, its air pollution is? Pollution is increasingly posing a severe threat to our planet. Pollution control is a term used in environmental engineering to describe a variety of methods for limiting environmental damage caused by the discharge of dangerous substances and energies. Waste disposal systems, such as sanitary landfills, automotive emission control systems, sewerage system sedimentation tanks, electrostatic precipitation of pollutants from industrial gas, and recycling are all examples of pollution control methods. None of these policies are widely implemented for economic reasons, and political and societal pressures have not yet forced their implementation. Excessive concern about pollution has been raised by developing countries as a threat to their economic progress, and some of these countries have become havens for enterprises that find it cheaper to operate there than in locations with more stringent rules.

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Pollution and its Control

Presentations | English