Monthly Archives: September 2013

Whenever a discussion about air cleanliness is held, questions often come up as to what the likely pollutants are. Knowing the pollutants is important, because once we identify them, we can avoid them (or at least mitigate them), in order to protect the cleanliness of the air. It is against that background, then, that we proceed to look at the four things that are capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air.

The first thing that is capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air is the whole set of chemical emissions (for instance, the carbon emissions that get so much bad press).

The second thing that is capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air is the whole set of unpleasant smells (for instance, those emanating from certain industries, like leather tanneries).

The third thing that is capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air is dust. You can notice this, for instance, in places where there are lots of cement manufacturing companies in operation.

The fourth thing that is capable of messing up with the cleanliness of the air is noise. Yes, noise pollution can be a very big deal in some places.

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