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Pollution Sources

ENV 201 Pollution Sources (EPA)

Automobiles Burning of nitrogen and gas produces carbon monoxide, volatile organic chemicals, nitrogen oxygen, benzene, lead, and peroxyacetyl nitrate
Utility Power Plants Burning of coal, oil, and gas produces nitrogen oxides, heavy metals, particulates, and sulfur oxide
Incineration Carbon Monoxide, nitrogen oxide, particulate, dioxin, and heavy metals
Industry Particular Matter, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxide, heavy metals, fluoride, CFC, and dioxins
Biomass Burning Burning of grasslands, agricultural waste, organic fuel, and forests produces sulfur, methane, radon, carbon dioxide, nitrogen oxide, carbon monoxide, and particulates
Disasters Leaks from Radiation, chemical leaks, burning of oil wells, nitrogen oxides, sulfur, heavy metals, and particulates
Erosion Dust, particulates, dried pesticides, fertilizers
Indoor Aid Pollution Asbestos, dust, radon, formaldehyde, and many other incorporated chemicals
Nature Volcanic eruptions, forest fires produce dust and particles - sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, heavy metal, radon, particulates, chlorine, nitrogen oxides, and many more.
Created by: VsevolodFreedom