Fumes-Free Environment

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        ✮ Introduction
	✮ Pollution in our changing world
	✮ The lifelong impact of fumes pollution
	✮ Fumes Pollution Control
	✮ End Words


Fumes pollution is not a new problem in the Grouping world. Since then, changes in the way we live have also changed the fumes pollution that we breathe. Coal-burning has fallen dramatically, but today increased road transport and the failure to control some exhausts from diesel vehicles have led to us being exposed to new fumes pollutants. Today’s children walk and cycle much less, and they inhale nitrogen dioxide and the tiny particulates from diesel-fuelled vehicles. Around the world, there are many examples where reducing fumes pollution has improved public health. It now seems likely that childhood exposure to fumes pollution has a lasting influence on health, so the gains from tackling fumes pollution today will be felt throughout the decades to come.

Fumes Pollution In our changing world:

In our world Fumes pollution is a mixture of carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, ozone, and gases in the air. 6.5 million people across the world die prematurely every year from indoor and outdoor fumes pollution. Car emissions, chemicals from factories, dust, pollen, and mold spores may be suspended as particles. Ozone gas is a major part of fumes pollution in cities. Some fumes pollutants are poisonous. Inhaling them can increase the chance you'll have health problems. People with heart or lung disease, older adults and children are at greater risk from fumes pollution.

Fumes Pollution

Carbon monoxide (CO) is a toxic fume pollutant produced largely from vehicle emissions. Breathing CO at high concentrations leads to reduced oxygen transport by hemoglobin, which has health effects that include impaired reaction timing, headaches, lightheadedness, nausea, vomiting, weakness, clouding of consciousness, coma, and, at high enough concentrations and long enough exposure, death.

Carbon Monoxide (CO)

Sulfur dioxide (SO2), is a colorless, bad-smelling, toxic gas, is part of a larger group of chemicals referred to as sulfur dioxide (SO2).

Sulfur Dioxide (SO2)

Nitrogen oxides pollution is emitted from vehicle exhaust, and the burning of coal, oil, diesel fuel, and natural gas, especially from electric power plants. They are also emitted by cigarettes, gas stoves, kerosene heaters, wood-burning, and silos that contain silage.

Nitrogen Oxides

Ozone is a gas that is formed when nitrogen oxides react with a group of fumes pollutants known as 'reactive organic substances' in the presence of sunlight. Motor vehicle exhaust fumes produce as much as 70% of the nitrogen oxides and 50% of the organic chemicals that form ozone.


The lifelong impact of fumes pollution:

The dangerous impact of fumes pollution is currently having on our nation’s health. Each year in the world, around millions of deaths are attributable to exposure to outdoor fumes pollution which plays a role in many of the major health challenges of our day.

 ➣ Acid Rain:
    Harmful gases like nitrogen oxides and sulfur oxides are released into the atmosphere during the burning of fossil fuels. When it rains, the water droplets combine with these fumes pollutants, become acidic and then fall on the ground in the form of acid rain. Acid rain can cause great damage to humans, animals, and crops.
 ➣Effect on Wildlife:
   Just like humans, animals also face some bed effects of fumes pollution. Toxic chemicals fumes in the air can force wildlife species to move to a new place and change their habitat. The toxic pollutants deposit over the surface of the water and can also affect sea animals and fish.
 ➣Global Warming:
   Another direct effect is that the world is witnessing due to global warming. With increased temperatures worldwide, an increase in sea levels and the melting of ice from colder regions and icebergs, displacement, and loss of habitat have already signaled an impending disaster if actions for preservation and normalization aren’t undertaken soon.
 ➣Respiratory and Heart Problems:
   The effects of fumes pollution are alarming. They are known to create several respiratory and heart conditions like asthma, chronic bronchitis, emphysema, heart attacks, and strokes along with cancer, among other threats to the body. Several million are known to have died due to the direct or indirect effects of Fumes pollution.

Fumes Pollution Control:

Some actions required to achieve a fumes free environment

 ➣Green building:
   Green building is automatically to create environmentally responsible and resource-efficient structures to reduce air carbon, sulfur dioxide, etc. The tree makes O2 by using Co2 that O2 gas creates a good impact on our environment.
 ➣Creating Eco-friendly transportation system:
   Shifting to gasoline vehicles and hydrogen vehicles, electric vehicles, and promoting shared mobility could reduce fumes pollution.
 ➣Building solar power system:
   Avoid that power system that uses fossil fuels.
 ➣Avoid soil bricking kiln Factory: 
   We have to avoid that kind of soil brick that maid by reducing Co2, Co, So2, etc.

Énd Words:

The most basic solution for fumes pollution is to move away from fossil fuels and crude oil, replacing them with alternative energies like solar, wind, and geothermal. Also, we Use incentives to foster the extended use of wind, solar, and hydropower for electricity generation and phase out the least efficient plants. Mostly we have to use electric care, avoid unnecessary vehicles, in industrial zone Using fumes filtration plants for Fumes-Free Environment.

Writer:Zobayer Ahmed.