Control of air pollution, Biology

Air pollution can be controlled by two fundamental ways.

Preventive technique:

Important measure to control air pollution

  • Suitable fuel having low sulphur content should be used.
  • Selection of suitable manufacturing site and zoning for industrial set up to disperse pollution sources eg. Setting of industries at a distance of residential areas.
  • Modification of industrial processes and equipments to reduce emission.
  • Building of higher stake facility for discharges of pollutants into air.

 

Effluents control:

  • Substitution of raw-materials causing more pollution with that of less pollution causing materials.
  • Use of non-conventional fuels like; Gobar gas ,Biogas, CNG and LPG must be prepared and encouraged.
  • Use of equipments/devices for removal of pollutants from exhaust gages eg. Scrubbers, dry and wet collectors, filters, electrostatic precipitators etc.
  • Growing and developing green belt and forests.

 

 

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