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Nikola Kucha ř ová Types of pollution
Air pollution Some examples of air pollution include: Exhuast fumes from vehicles The burning of fossil fuels, such as coal, oil or gas Radiation spills or nuclear accidents
Water pollution Causes of water pollution include: Increased sediment from soil erosion Leaching of soil pollution into water suppllies Organic material decay in water supplies
Soil pollution Soil pollution sources include: Household dumping and littering Hazardous waste and sewage spills Strip mining, deforestation, and other destructive practices
Radioactive pollution Sources of radioactive contamination include Nuclear power plant accidents Uranium mining operations Improper nuclear waste disposal
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