Pollution And Its Effects On The Environment

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Pollution As a society, we have come to understand that pollution is the process of discharging harmful substances into our atmosphere, water or soil. There are campaigns all across the world educating us to the different types of pollution. Humankind has become more aware of the rising problems with pollution and recycling is constant in most households. We know about the effects that pollution has on the environment, but how do the types of pollution affect each other? Pollution can produce a form of secondhand pollution. Secondhand pollution is the way that these different types of pollution can influence each other. For instance, we use diesel to power machines, but the machines pollute our atmosphere and in turn, the atmosphere pollutes our water and our land. The problem with pollution prevention is that it requires people to understand more than the intimate details of the production process. If we do not understand the problem fully, how can we expect to find a solution? Pollution is devastating to our environment. If we hope to reverse some of its devastation, we have to educate ourselves against the possible harmful effects of pollution and its ability to transform its ill effects from one type to another.
The air that we breathe is full of things that are hazardous to our health. Airborne substances can pollute our water and soil. Some air pollutants can be noticed because of
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