Pollution Sources

Hazardous or toxic air pollutants are the pollutants that cause cancer or other serious effects on health. There are broadly two types of pollution sources they are Point sources and non-point sources. Point sources are those where pollution load can be measured; examples like industrial effluents, municipal sewage, sewage pumping stations and trade effluents from industries. Non-point sources are those sources run-off from agricultural fields carrying chemicals and fertilizers etc. 

  • Mobile Sources
  • Indoor Sources
  • Hazardous wastes
  • Nuclear waste
  • Petrochemical plants

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