ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION , Chemistry, Microeconomics

Environmental pollution may be eloborate as the contamination of the environment, with harmful wastes arising mainly from human activities.

All these activities release certain materials which produce pollution in the atmosphere, water & soil.
The environmental pollution can caused by

Chemical agents [gases, pesticides, particulates]

Physical agents [heat, noise, radiation] or

Biological agents [micro – organisms]

Pollution produces very bad and adverse effect on living as well as on non-living materials.
The effect of pollution are increasing day by day at an alarming rate & if the same are not checked and controlled,
they will pose a very serious threat to human existence and habitat common terms to understand Prob. of pollution.
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