Ppt on pollution of air and water class 8

Air Pollution Outdoor Air Pollution. Stationary and Mobile Sources of Air Pollution Two Sources of Air Pollution 1. Stationary Sources: have a relatively.

8.Hydrogen Fluoride 9.Hazardous Gases 10.Lead Outdoor Air Pollutants – Sulfur Dioxide (SO 2 ) Properties: colorless gas with irritating odor Effects: produces acid rain (H 2 SO 4 ), breathing difficulties, eutrophication due to sulfate formation, lichen and moss are indicators Sources: burning high sulfur coal or oil, smelting or metals, paper manufacture Class: sulfur oxides EPA Standard: 0.3 ppm (annual mean) Combines with water and/


Apes Practice Exam 2 Directions: Each group of lettered answer choices refers to the numbered statements of questions that immediately follow. For each.

children. (E) too little administrative and financial support. 42. Issues of air and water pollution, noise, pesticides, solid waste management, radiation, and hazardous wastes would be the domain of what executive branch office? (A) Department of the Interior (B) Department of Health and Human Services (C) Council on Environmental Quality (D) Environmental Protection Agency (E) Office of Management and Budget 43. Which of these threats is NOT one of those that must be decreased to/


Human Impact on the Atmosphere Human Impact on the Atmosphere Chapters 18 and 19 Living in the Environment, 11 th Edition, Miller Advanced Placement Environmental.

mean) Combines with water and NH 4 to increase soil fertility VOCs (Volatile Organic Compounds) Properties: organic compounds (hydrocarbons) that evaporate easily, usually aromatic Effects: eye and respiratory irritants; carcinogenic; liver, CNS, or kidney damage; damages plants; lowered visibility due to brown haze; global warming Sources: vehicles (largest source), evaporation of solvents or fossil fuels, aerosols, paint thinners, dry cleaning Class: HAPs (Hazardous Air Pollutants) –Methane –Benzene/


G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 14 th Edition Chapter 20 Air Pollution.

ozone 20-2 Outdoor Air Pollution Air pollution is the presence of chemicals in the atmosphere in concentrations high enough to affect climate and harm organisms and material. Outdoor air pollutants come mostly from –Natural sources (dust, VOC, decay of plants, forest fires, volcanic eruption, and sea spray) –Burning fossil fuels Motor vehicles Power and industrial plants Tabl e 20- 1 Pag e 436 Table 20-1 Major Classes of Air Pollutants Class Carbon oxides Sulfur oxides/


SCI 256 – People, Science and the Environment Environmental Science Week 1 - Environmental Science, The Scientific Method, and Environmentalism, Human.

= hopefully better retention. The repeated points: – Sources and sinks (pollution) of resources – Energy and the ‘cycling’ resources – What are the major climate issues in the news and why? – Who decides what and how to fix problems? – Cost/Risk Assessment – in all parts of life Ask questions! Today Environmental Science The Scientific Method (your pre-class paper) The Development of Environmentalism Population of the Earth (humans Chapter 1 Our Environment – changes/


Sociology CHAPTER 20-POPULATION, URBANIZATION, AND THE ENVIRONMENT Prof.Dr. Halit Hami ÖZ Kafkas Üniversitesi/Kafkas University Kars, Turkey

earth as a whole Download for free at http://cnx.org/content/col11407/latest/.34 Pollution Pollution describes when contaminants are introduced into an environment (water, air, land) at levels that are damaging. Directly related to carrying capacity, environments can often sustain a limited amount of contaminants without marked change, and water, air, and soil can “heal” themselves to a certain degree. However, once contaminant levels reach a certain/


The Environmental Regulatory Landscape; Tomorrow is Here! John J. Fumero Lewis, Longman, and Walker ASQ-EED Conference Orlando, FL September 12-15, 2004.

Analytical, Inc 2004 28 What’s Driving the Change? Public demands cleaner Air and Water Health implications –Respiratory Problems –Abnormal Fetal Development Albany Analytical, Inc 2004 29 Proposed Rules Clean Air Rule of 2004 – addresses ozone and fine particle pollution, nonroad diesel emissions, and power plant emissions of sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxides and mercury. Clean Air Rule includes: –Interstate Air Quality Rule –Utility Mercury Reduction Rule EPA Albany Analytical, Inc 2004 30/


Start 3 rd Test (Final) Here Begin with Water Resources.

: 78% N, 21% O = 99% N 2 is an inert (nonreactive) gas Remaining 1% includes hundreds of kinds of gases and particles (CO 2, CH 4, dust, water vapor); usu measured as ppm, ppb All air pollution is in this remaining 1% Importance of Air Pollution Health: bad air costs US over $150 billion per year (medical, lost work days), kills over 10,000 people per year (how?who?) Most/


1. Plan Definition Type aspects of pollution Causes Consequences How can we save the world 2.

power plants or oil tankers, can produce widespread and potentially hazardous releases when accidents occur. In the case of noise pollution the dominant source class is the motor vehicle, producing about ninety percent of all unwanted noise worldwide. 22 Consequenses 23 Poor quality?? Air in big cities problematic for people with breathing difficulties. Global warming. It increases?? Evaporation?? Water and therefore increases the contrast in climate. C??s/


Part II Wastegas Engineering 9 Control of Primary Particles 9.1 Wall Collection Devices The first three types of control devices we consider--gravity settlers,

the entire filter body. The examples are the filters on filter-tipped cigarettes and the lint filters on many home furnaces. Another class of filters, widely used for air pollution control, does not form a coherent cake on the surface, but instead / occur in the production and use of ammonia as a fertilizer and refrigerant and in the production and processing of "sour" gas and oil, which contain hydrogen sulfide.). In the atmosphere NO 2 and SO 3 react with water to form nitric and sulfuric acids, which then/


Knowledge Organization in Digital Libraries (II) Digital Libraries INFO 653 Week 6 Xia Lin College of Information Science and Technology Drexel University.

Pollution, Thermal Water Pollution, Chemical Chemical Water Pollution Water Pollution, Radioactive Secondary Source: Primary Source: ERIC Thesaurus MeSH Recycling Ecology Wastes Waste Water Waste disposal Pollution Air pollution Water pollution Indoor pollution Energy Natural Resources Water Power Conservation Education Attitudes Motivations …… Next Level: Building a Knowledge Middleware The Knowledge Middleware A centralized repository that integrates diverse knowledge structures A set of mapping tools and/


RED SLIDE: These are notes that are very important and should be recorded in your science journal. Copyright © 2010 Ryan P. Murphy Copyright © 2010 Ryan.

, Air Pollution, Skin Cancer Ozone Layer, Air Pollution, Skin Cancer Ozone Layer, Air Pollution, Skin Cancer Ozone Layer, Air Pollution, Skin Cancer Atmosphere, Layers of the Atmosphere, Pollution Quiz Game Atmosphere, Layers of the Atmosphere, Pollution Quiz Game Atmosphere, Layers of the Atmosphere, Pollution Quiz Game Atmosphere, Layers of the Atmosphere, Pollution Quiz Game Air Pressure and Winds Lesson Bundle Air Pressure and Winds Lesson Bundle Air Pressure and Winds Lesson Bundle Air Pressure and/


UN-HABITAT United Nations Human Settlements Programme Regional Office for Africa and the Arab States Rapid Urban Sector Profiling for Sustainability (RUSPS)

ENVIRONMENT The city of Menouf suffers from a number of environmental problems related to air and water pollution and solid waste accumulation. Menoufiya Governorate efforts to address the pollution problems could be considered one of the best practices, although more work and coordination is still needed. The proliferation of workshops inside Menouf city causes considerable air and noise pollution from which city inhabitants suffer. URBAN ENVIRONMENT ISSUES  High rates of air pollution result from many/


Conservation and Pollution. Essential Questions How do I identify distinguish, and correct effects of pollution? What are the effects of pollution on.

the Earth’s atmosphere – the Greenhouse effect Class Discussion What are the effects of Air Pollution? How do I identify distinguish, and correct effects of pollution? What are the effects of pollution on plants and their habitats? What are the effects of pollution on animals and their habitats? Land Pollution Trash is Ugly Trash can cause fires – air pollution Trash gets carried into our water supply – water pollution Trash causes waste. Misuse of Land When we farm too much or/


SCI 256 – People, Science and the Environment Environmental Science Week 1 - Environmental Science, The Scientific Method, and Environmentalism, Human.

better retention. The repeated points: – Sources and sinks (pollution) of resources – Energy and the ‘cycling’ resources – What are the major climate issues in the news and why? – Who decides what and how to fix problems? – Cost/Risk Assessment – in all parts of life Ask questions! Today Environmental Science The Scientific Method (your pre-class paper) The Development of Environmentalism Population of the Earth (humans and other things) Chapter 1 Our Environment/


AIR QUALITY REGULATIONS – Part 1. O BJECTIVES Air Quality Regulations in U.S. What are Air Quality Standards? What is a PSD program? Discuss various Clean.

of standards Note : Before passage of 1970 Clean Air Amendments, Air Pollution Laws were sometimes similar to Water Pollution Laws H ISTORY OF A IR Q UALITY R EGULATIONS 1955 : Research for scope and sources of air pollution 1963: Research for techniques to minimize air pollution 1970: Regulated emissions from stationary and mobile sources 1977: Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) of air/4.0 (3.0)--† 130 ≤ kW < 225 (175 ≤ hp < 300) Tier 1199611.4 (8.5)1.3 (1.0)-9.2 (6.9)0.54 (0.4) Tier 220033.5 (2./


ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION By Mr.C.R.Girish, Dept of Chemical Engg, MIT.

plant condensers.  The disadvantage in both these methods is however that large amounts of water are lost by evaporation. Noise Pollution  Noise may not seem as harmful as the contamination of air or water but it is a pollution problem that affects human health and can contribute to a general deterioration of environmental quality.  Noise is undesirable and unwanted sound.  Not all sound is noise.  What may be considered as/


Chapter 22.1 Water Pollution. Chapter Overview Questions  What pollutes water, where do these pollutants come from, and what effects do they have? 

DO (ppm) at 20°C 4.5–6.7 6.7–8 8–9 Gravely polluted Heavily polluted Moderately polluted Slightly polluted Good POLLUTION OF FRESHWATER STREAMS  Flowing streams can recover from a moderate level of degradable water pollutants if they are not overloaded and their flows are not reduced. In a flowing stream, the breakdown of degradable wastes by bacteria depletes DO and creates and oxygen sag curve. In a flowing stream, the breakdown/


SPATIALLY EXPLICIT MODELING OF COLORADO PLATEAU LANDSCAPES FROM CONCEPTUAL MODELS TO A COMPUTER SYSTEM Chew, Jimmie D., Kirk Moeller, and Chris Stalling.

has to take the research and the practical experience you have and “frame” it to be useful VEGETATION & FUELS STRUCTURE SMALL- to LARGE-SCALE PATTERNS CLIMATE – WEATHER LIGHTNING PRECIPITATION EVAPORATION WIND EXTREME EVENTS DISTURBANCE FIRE Insects SOIL SYSTEM Water & minerals Decomposers Mycorrhizae LANDSCAPE Position Topography Elevation Proximity to Ponderosa Pine Forest ANIMALS Insects Mammals EXOTIC SPECIES FIRE EXCLUSION AIR POLLUTION HISTORIC LIVESTOCK GRAZING ADJACENT LAND/


Air is polluted.Water is polluted. People leave litter.There are many forest fires. People kill animals, birds and the fish. People cut down forests.

name of our planet is the … 2. The organisation …wants to protect the nature. 3. There are billions stars in the … 4. We need … to breathe. 5. People cut down … 6. The ecological organisations fight against water and air … 7. Both a flower and a tree is a … 8. Some/ и пьют воду. Check your answers. 1.Animals, plants, seas and oceans need our help. 2. The environment is in danger. 3. The water in this river is polluted. 4. People breathe air and drink water. You can have a bath or a shower But today is the/


Chapter 19 Air Pollution. Chapter Overview Questions  What layers are found in the atmosphere?  What are the major outdoor air pollutants, and where.

DEPOSITION  Acid deposition contributes to chronic respiratory disease and can leach toxic metals (such as lead and mercury) from soils and rocks into acidic lakes used as sources for drinking water.  damages statues, monuments, buildings, metals, and car finishes. ACID DEPOSITION Figure 19-8 ACID DEPOSITION  Air pollution is one of several interacting stresses that can damage, weaken, or kill trees and pollute surface and groundwater. (Mt. Mitchell) Figure 19-9 Clean/


DZERZINSK, RUSSIA Potentially affected people: 300,000 Type of pollutants: Chemicals and toxic byproducts from Cold War-era chemical weapons.

the air and water extremely polluted. Volgograd obtains its drinking water supplies from the Volga, which needs to be treated in order to meet health standards. Motor vehicle exhaust accounts for 38% of all emissions, and are a major cause of environmental damage. Industrial production activities result in emissions of more than 1 million tons of toxic wastes into the atmosphere, only 18% of which are recovered and neutralized. Authorized dumps and waste/


Chapter 21 Water Pollution. Chapter Overview Questions  What pollutes water, where do these pollutants come from, and what effects do they have?  What.

DO (ppm) at 20°C 4.5–6.7 6.7–8 8–9 Gravely polluted Heavily polluted Moderately polluted Slightly polluted Good POLLUTION OF FRESHWATER STREAMS  Flowing streams can recover from a moderate level of degradable water pollutants if they are not overloaded and their flows are not reduced. In a flowing stream, the breakdown of degradable wastes by bacteria depletes DO and creates and oxygen sag curve. In a flowing stream, the breakdown/


Chapter 19 Air Pollution. Chapter Overview Questions  What layers are found in the atmosphere?  What are the major outdoor air pollutants, and where.

19-7 ACID DEPOSITION  Acid deposition contributes to chronic respiratory disease and can leach toxic metals (such as lead and mercury) from soils and rocks into acidic lakes used as sources for drinking water. ACID DEPOSITION Figure 19-8 ACID DEPOSITION  Air pollution is one of several interacting stresses that can damage, weaken, or kill trees and pollute surface and groundwater. Figure 19-9 Fig. 19-9, p. 451 Emissions SO/


Pollution Control Strategies – A Chemists Perspective National centre for catalysis Research Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600 036 April.

. Meteorological factors, such as wind speed and direction, are usually the strongest determinants of variations in air pollution, along with topography and temperature inversions. Therefore, weather reports can be a guide to likely air pollution levels on a specific day. Workplace air is another important source of air pollution exposure. Resource extraction and processing industries, which are common in developing countries, emit Air and Water Pollution: Burden and Strategies for Control dust or hazardous/


Chapter 19 Air Pollution. Chapter Overview Questions  What layers are found in the atmosphere?  What are the major outdoor air pollutants, and where.

19-7 ACID DEPOSITION  Acid deposition contributes to chronic respiratory disease and can leach toxic metals (such as lead and mercury) from soils and rocks into acidic lakes used as sources for drinking water. ACID DEPOSITION Figure 19-8 ACID DEPOSITION  Air pollution is one of several interacting stresses that can damage, weaken, or kill trees and pollute surface and groundwater. Figure 19-9 Fig. 19-9, p. 451 Emissions SO/


Chapter 22.1 Water Pollution. Chapter Overview Questions  What pollutes water, where do these pollutants come from, and what effects do they have? 

DO (ppm) at 20°C 4.5–6.7 6.7–8 8–9 Gravely polluted Heavily polluted Moderately polluted Slightly polluted Good POLLUTION OF FRESHWATER STREAMS  Flowing streams can recover from a moderate level of degradable water pollutants if they are not overloaded and their flows are not reduced. In a flowing stream, the breakdown of degradable wastes by bacteria depletes DO and creates and oxygen sag curve. In a flowing stream, the breakdown/


Introduction Principles that govern the Reactions, Transport, Effects and Fate of chemical Species in air, water, soil, and Living Environment. Atmospheric.

and Fate of chemical Species in air, water, soil, and Living Environment. Atmospheric reactions eg. Ozone chemistry in the Troposphere and Stratosphere. Organic chemicals. Pesticides, non-pesticides. Chemistry of natural water pollution Reactions, transport, effects and fates of chemical species in water principles of water purification. Toxic heavy metals, hazardous and/→ 218 Po (3.1 min) → 218 At (1.5 s) → 218 Rn (35 ms) → 214Pb (26.8 min) → 214Bi (19.7 min) → 214Po (164 µs) → 210Pb (22.3 yr) → 210Bi (5.01/


Northeast Missouri Solid Waste Management District – Region “C” Department of Natural Resources Grant Project: Earth Friendly Outdoor Classroom Recycling.

of the cost of that product includes the cleaning up of wastes and limiting emissions. Often damage to our environment is not always realized until years later. One example is acid rain which pollutes the air and in turn the companies and/of soil by both their texture and color. Making Connections Soil structure and soil type can affect the diversity of critters that are found in the soil. If the soil is made mostly of clay, for example, it has less space for air and water. Less space for air and water/class,/


Chapter 21 Water Pollution. Chapter Overview Questions  What pollutes water, where do these pollutants come from, and what effects do they have?  What.

DO (ppm) at 20°C 4.5–6.7 6.7–8 8–9 Gravely polluted Heavily polluted Moderately polluted Slightly polluted Good POLLUTION OF FRESHWATER STREAMS  Flowing streams can recover from a moderate level of degradable water pollutants if they are not overloaded and their flows are not reduced. In a flowing stream, the breakdown of degradable wastes by bacteria depletes DO and creates and oxygen sag curve. In a flowing stream, the breakdown/


Apes Practice Exam 2 Directions: Each group of lettered answer choices refers to the numbered statements of questions that immediately follow. For each.

children. (E) too little administrative and financial support. 42. Issues of air and water pollution, noise, pesticides, solid waste management, radiation, and hazardous wastes would be the domain of what executive branch office? (A) Department of the Interior (B) Department of Health and Human Services (C) Council on Environmental Quality (D) Environmental Protection Agency (E) Office of Management and Budget 43. Which of these threats is NOT one of those that must be decreased to/


The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into effect on 1 st October 2006 and reforms several pieces of legislation concerned with fire safety.

kept under pressure by compressed air (between 2-10 bars), automatic pumps actuated by a fall in water pressure and draw water from a canal, river, lake or reservoir if needed. Pumps should be either electric or diesel powered and fully operational within 30 seconds of starting. Fixed Fire Fighting Installations - 6Fixed Fire Fighting Installations - 8 Fixed Fire Fighting Installations - 5Fixed Fire Fighting Installations - 7 Combustion, stages/


Chapter 18: Air Pollution. Core Case Study: South Asia’s Massive Brown Cloud South Asian Brown Cloud Causes Chemical composition Areas impacted Air pollution.

] Sources: particulates, smelters, batteries Class: toxic or heavy metals EPA Standard: 1.5 ug/m 3 2 million tons enter atmosphere/year Chemical Reactions That Form Major Outdoor Air Pollutants Table 18-1, p. 470 Statue Corroded by Acid Deposition and Other Forms of Air Pollution, RI, U.S. Fig. 18-7, p. 471 Case Study: Lead Is a Highly Toxic Pollutant In air, water, soil, plants, animals Does not/


Chapter 19 Air Pollution. Chapter Overview Questions  What layers are found in the atmosphere?  What are the major outdoor air pollutants, and where.

19-7 ACID DEPOSITION  Acid deposition contributes to chronic respiratory disease and can leach toxic metals (such as lead and mercury) from soils and rocks into acidic lakes used as sources for drinking water. ACID DEPOSITION Figure 19-8 ACID DEPOSITION  Air pollution is one of several interacting stresses that can damage, weaken, or kill trees and pollute surface and groundwater. Figure 19-9 Fig. 19-9, p. 451 Emissions SO/


Chapter 21. Chapter Overview Questions  What pollutes water, where do these pollutants come from, and what effects do they have?  What are the major.

and spawning grounds of fish and clogs lakes, reservoirs, stream channels and harbors. Excess sediment Class Discussion How can we prevent excess sediment in the waterways? 7. Water-Soluble Radioactive Isotopes Some of which are concentrated or biologically magnified in various tissues and organs as they pass through food chains and webs. Ionizing radiation emitted by such isotopes can cause birth defects, cancer, and genetic damage. 8. Thermal Pollution: Heat absorbed by water/


The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 came into effect on 1 st October 2006 and reforms several pieces of legislation concerned with fire safety.

kept under pressure by compressed air (between 2-10 bars), automatic pumps actuated by a fall in water pressure and draw water from a canal, river, lake or reservoir if needed. Pumps should be either electric or diesel powered and fully operational within 30 seconds of starting. Fixed Fire Fighting Installations - 6Fixed Fire Fighting Installations - 8 Fixed Fire Fighting Installations - 5Fixed Fire Fighting Installations - 7 Combustion, stages/


Semantic Mapping through a concept hub

Water transport ⊓ R37 Soundproofing] Examples from NALT and LCSH NALT National Agricultural Library Thesaurus LCSH Library of Congress Subject Headings Air pollution laws LCSH term AirPollution – Laws and regulations [isa] Legal rule [appliedTo] {[isa] Condition [isConditionOf] Air [causedBy] Pollutant [property] Undesirable} NALT terms Air pollution [isa] Condition [isConditionOf] Air [causedBy] Pollutant [property] Undesirable Laws and regulations [isa] Legal rule Mapping LCSH ▬► NALT AirPollution/


Waste Impacts to Safety and Health

that cause air pollution, BOD discharges that cause water pollution and toxic waste discharges that affects all elements. Industrys main pollutants are discharged into water and take the form of toxic and hazardous waste. Approximately 95 % of the total volume of industrial wastewater discharge originates from three categories of manufacturing facilities: (i) food and beverage processing (ii) industrial chemicals and chemical products, and; (iii) textile plants and dye mills. Food and beverage processors/


Please write an answer these three questions, without talking at all!

Questions” (there are 5 of them) AND Rule of 70 Calculations for China, US, Pakistan, and the EU. APES 8/18/11 Go Over /class Friday APES 4/7/10 Field Trips for April, including tomorrow! Lecture: “Nonrenewable Energy” Coal & Nuclear Power Critical Thinking Questions p. 397 # 6,7,8 Mini-Lecture- Waste Water Treatment HW- Take Home Quiz Ch 15 APES 4/8/Air Pollution Slides #27-55 Factors Affecting Air Pollution Acid Deposition Indoor Air Pollution CW- Smog! HW- Read p. 479-488.2, do review questions p. 294 #6-8/


Chapter 20: air pollution

a quick refresher. Table 20-1 Page 436 Major classes of air pollutants Class Carbon oxides Sulfur oxides Nitrogen oxides Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) Suspended particulate matter (SPM) Photochemical oxidants Radioactive substances Hazardous air pollutants (HAPs), which cause health effects such as cancer, birth defects, and nervous system problems Examples Carbon monoxide (CO) and carbon dioxide (CO2) Sulfur dioxide (SO2) and sulfur trioxide (SO3) Nitric oxide (NO), nitrogen dioxide (NO2/


8th Grade Comprehensive Review

Recycling makes solid waste. Recycling conserves mineral resources. Recycling produces air pollution. Waste Stream: The flow of (waste) materials from generation, collection and separation to disposal. Which of the following is a nonrenewable energy source? Fossil Fuel Solar / use of solar-powered cars increased burning of fossil fuels better long-term weather forecasts changing distance between Earth and the Sun Dew point: The temperature to which air must be cooled, at a given pressure and water vapor /


Institute for Environmental Sciences, Engineering and Technology Prepared By: Sanne Knudsen, July 2001 Faculty Guidance Provided By: Dr. Gregory Keoleian.

Management Act(8) International Law Rules that govern how to extract (1) Mineral Management Service regulations(5) Shore Protection Act (2) National Environmental Policy Act(6) Mineral Management Service air quality standards (3) Clean Water Act(7) Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 (4) Marine Protection, Research and Sanctuaries Act Rules that govern transportation and storage of petroleum (1) Mineral Management Service regulations(4) 1990 Oil Pollution Act (2/


Fundamentals of Weather Modification The purpose of these lectures can be enounced in a simple sentence: to help pilots to become good cloud physics.

act as sites for chemical reaction to take place. The most significant of these reactions are those that lead to the destruction of the stratospheric ozone (O). In general there are at least two types of chemical processes of great impact: the chemistry of air pollution, and the phase changes of water, which are the most obvious features of Weather. Aerosol particles exist in a rich variety that includes aqueous solutions/


All the water that will ever be is, right now. - National Geographic 1983 Global composite atmospheric water vapor - NASA.

Textbook(s) [recommended] –Forest Hydrology: An Introduction to Water and Forests. 2005. M. Chang (2nd Edition) [Required] –Marston Science Library Reserve –Class handouts Grading Two Tests (46% of total grade) –Midterm [In Class]: 23% –Final [Take Home]: 23% Term Paper Assignment (15% of total grade) Lab Assignments (30% of total grade) –Reports due 1-week after assigned –Total of 6 labs each worth 5 points –LAB TODAY January/


Solid and Hazardous Waste

to explode or release toxic fumes. The two largest classes of hazardous wastes are organic compounds (e.g. pesticides, PCBs, dioxins) and toxic heavy metals (e.g. lead, mercury, /and the combustion byproducts may be harmful to the environment and humans. b. Yes. Plasma torches are convenient for disposing of hazardous wastes. Long-Term Storage of Hazardous Waste Hazardous waste can be disposed of on or underneath the earth’s surface, but without proper design and care this can pollute the air and water/


POLLUTION – Global Issue

air / least CO2 POLLUTANTS NITROGEN OXIDES NOx - high 0 C of combustion process - in precombustion/combustion and post flame region - combustion air Nitrogen and natural and/air / least CO2 WELCOME TO ZENITH THERMAL EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE BOILERS HEATERS WELCOME TO ZENITH THERMAL EQUIPMENT ENGINEERING EXCELLENCE Zenith Thermal Equipment Office: Stone-Acre, 8/ higher conventional 3 pass wet back - class 1 IBR 1950 custom built / dual /pumps Level controls / water sampler Choice of burners 3 Access /


Unit One Book Four Unit 1 Fighting with the Forces of Nature

example: The atmosphere always contain some moisture in the form of water vapor.         Pure stem is a dry and invisible vapor. 7.       in the air: in the earth’s atmosphere; uncertain, not yet decided example: There is a peculiar smell in the air.         Hundreds of birds suddenly rose in the air.         Our plans are still in the air. 8.       start up: begin or begin working, running, happening, etc; example/


Chapter 16 Nonrenewable Energy.

Disadvantages Ample supplies (225–900 years) Severe land disturbance, air pollution, and water pollution High net energy yield High land use (including mining) Low cost (with huge subsidies) Severe threat to human health Well-developed mining and combustion technology Figure 16.14 Trade-offs: advantages and disadvantages of using coal as an energy resource. QUESTION: Which single advantage and which single disadvantage do you think are the most important/


PENGELOLAAN LINGKUNGAN

POLUSI UDARA Environment technologies FAKTOR LINGKUNGAN Lokasi Peralatan Ruang yang tersedia Kondisi Ambien Availability of adequate utilities (i.e., power, water, etc.) and ancillary system facilities (i.e., waste treatment and disposal, etc.) Maximum allowable emissions (air regulations) Pertimbangan Estetika Contribution of air pollution control system to wastewater and solid waste Contribution of air pollution control system to plant noise levels Environ mental Diunduh dari: . PENGENDALIAN POLUSI UDARA/


2 SOURCES OF HAZARDS IN PHARMA Manufacturing and formulation installations. Handling and storage of hazardous chemicals including warehouses, godowns,

amendments Pollution Control Board Consent To operate – a) WATER ACT 1974, b) AIR ACT -1984 Stack Monitoring Reports for emissions to Air Work Environment monitoring – Ventilation, Illumination,Dust & fumes Noise Monitoring Formation of SAFETY COMMITTEE as per 73 L 12 CONTD. Hazardous Waste Disposal Records (manifest) Petroleum products storage on site – type,storage, and License – class A solvents, Class B chemicals, HSD, LPG stock etc Fire Hydrant system/


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