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Environmet Pollution

Step 1
1. Environment sanitation
Community effort to improve their health related to the environment
2. Policymakers
Departement to make a rule
3. Physical pollution
physic factor that can make pollution such as temperature
4. Biological pollution
The term that defines the adverse effect of invasive alien spesies or IAS on
the quality of aquatic and terestrial environment
5. Chemical pollution
The pollution that from chemical things like co2
6. Sanitation
Effort are made to ensure the realization of their condition that meet
health requirements
7. Biomass
Fuels from living things
Step 2
1. What is the difference between clean envirotment and healthy
environtmet?
2. How to environtment pollution can effect our health directly and incirectly?
3. How to prevent environtment pollution?
4. What are impact of pollution?
5. What are the source of envirotmnt pollution?
6. What are the kind of environtmntal pollution?
7. How policymakers design the preventive health program?
8. How the effort of society to keep their health?
9. How can the environment sanitation affect human health?
10.What the criteria for good environtment?
11.What the health problem from enviroment?
12.How can the environtment sanitation and pollution affec the human
health?
13.Why respiratory desease give a biggest number of death?
14.What is the doctor role to solve environment problem that related to
health?

Step 3
1. What are the source of envirotmnt pollution?

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-water (industrial waste, recide of detergent)


-human activity
-air , smoke, vehicle gas
-sound, vehicle noising
-natural causes, vulcanos, wild fire
-animal poop
What are the kind of environtmntal pollution?
- Chemical
- Biological
- Physical
- Air pollution (burning of fossil fuels)
- Land pollution (litter found on the side of the road)
- Light pollution
- Noise pollution (construction or demolition noise)
What the criteria for good environtment?
-availability of food sanitation
- availability of health facility
-monitoring of air poluution
-availability of clean water
-disposal of waste water are requirement use of latrines
- available of utilization of landfill
-far from road
-fresh air
-good land for planting
-availability housing the meet requirement
What the health problem from enviroment?
- Pollution
- Agent
- Malaria and Dengue fever
- Dematitis
- Respiratory disease it can cause by air pollution
- Digestive disease, water pollution
How can the environtment sanitation and pollution affec the human
health?
Bad environtment sanitation can make the pollution uncontrolled and huge
spread of disease
What is the difference between clean envirotment and healthy
environtmet?
Not all clean environtment are health but health environtment are clean
there are some standarization to determine the health environtment
What is the doctor role to solve environment problem that related to
health?
- Promotive (health education)
- Giving an example
- held the healthy program
- cross sector
How to environtment pollution can effect our health directly and incirectly?

9. How to prevent environtment pollution?


- Decreasing using private vehicle
- Public plant area in the city

- Decreasing using chemical substance


- Dont use material that could potentially be pollutant
- Reuse, recycle
- Use biological resource
10.What are impact of pollution?
- The cause human illness and disease(water borne disease, respiratory
disease, cancer)
- Decrease plant productivity
- Smelling
- The death of plants and animals
11.Why respiratory desease give a biggest number of death?
12.How policymakers design the preventive health program?
- genetic
- environtment
- habit
- health service
13.How the effort of society to keep their health?
- Mutual assistance
14.How the quality of health environment?
15.What is the criteria of health water?
Step 4
Step 5
1. What are the source of environment pollution?
Combustion of fossil fuels produces extremely high levels of air pollution and
is widely recognized as one of the most important target areas for reduction
and control of environmental pollution.
Fossil fuels also contribute to soil contamination and water pollution. For
example, when oil is transported from the point of its production to further
destinations by pipelines, an oil leak from the pipeline may occur and pollute soil
and subsequently groundwater. When oil is transported by tankers by ocean, an
oil spill may occur and pollute ocean water.
Common sources of fossil fuel pollution are: (Ref. 15)
Industry:

Power-generating plants

Petroleum refineries

Petrochemical plants

Production and distribution of fossil fuels

Other manufacturing facilities

Transport:

Road transport (motor vehicles)

Shipping industry

Aircraft

Source : http://www.tropical-rainforest-animals.com/EnvironmentalPollution.html

2. What are the kind of environtmntal pollution?


Land pollution: Land can become polluted by household garbage and by
industrial waste. In 2010, Americans produced about 250 million tons of
garbage consisting of product packaging, grass clippings, furniture, clothing,
bottles, food scraps, newspapers, appliances, paint and batteries. That's
about 4.3 pounds of waste per person per day, according to
the Environmental Protection Agency. A little over half of the waste 54
percent is gathered in landfills. About 34 percent is recycled or composted,
and 12 percent is burned at combustion facilities.
Water pollution: Water pollution happens when chemicals or
dangerous foreign substances are introduced to water, including
chemicals, sewage, pesticides and fertilizers from agricultural
runoff, or metals like lead or mercury thermal pollution can
happen when a factory or power plant that is using water to cool its
operations ends up discharging hot water. This makes the water
hold less oxygen, which can kill fish and wildlife.

Air pollution: The air we breathe has a very exact chemical


composition; 99 percent of it is made up of nitrogen, oxygen, water
vapor and inert gases. Air pollution occurs when things that arent
normally there are added to the air. A common type of air pollution
happens when people release particles into the air from burning
fuels. This pollution looks like soot, containing millions of tiny
particles, floating in the air. [Air Pollution Linked with Stillbirth Risk

Noise pollution:. Noise pollution happens when the sound coming


from planes, industry or other sources reaches harmful levels.
Research has shown that there are direct links between noise and
health, including stress-related illnesses, high blood pressure,
speech interference, hearing loss. Under the Clean Air Act, the EPA
can regulate machine and plane noise.

Underwater noise pollution coming from ships has been shown to


upset whales navigation systems and kill other species that depend
on the natural underwater world. Noise also makes wild species
communicate louder, which can shorten their lifespan not that
different from making people scream to be heard their whole lives
Light pollution:

Turning on so many lights may not be necessary: researchers


estimate that over-illumination wastes the equivalent of about 2
million barrels of oil per day. Light pollution also makes it difficult for
astronomers, both professional and amateur, to properly see the
stars.
Source : http://www.livescience.com/22728-pollution-facts.html
3. What the criteria for good environtment?
4. What the health problem from enviroment?

premature death in people with heart or lung disease,


nonfatal heart attacks,
irregular heartbeat,
aggravated asthma,
decreased lung function, and
increased respiratory symptoms, such as irritation of the airways, coughing
or difficulty breathing.
Source : http://www.epa.gov/pm/health.html united states evironmental
protection agency

5. How can the environtment sanitation and pollution affec the human
health?
The problems are undoubtedly greatest in the developing world, where
traditional sources of pollution such as industrial emissions, poor sanitation,
inadequate waste management, contaminated water supplies and exposures
to indoor air pollution from biomass fuels affect large numbers of people. Even
in developed countries, however, environmental pollution persists, most
especially amongst poorer sectors of society
Source : http://bmb.oxfordjournals.org/content/68/1/1.full
6. What is the difference between clean envirotment and healthy
environtmet?
7. What is the doctor role to solve environment problem that related to
health?
8. How to environtment pollution can effect our health directly and incirectly?

Direct impacts. The immediate consequence of transport


activities on the environment where the cause and effect
relationship is generally clear and well understood.
Indirect impacts. The secondary (or tertiary) effects of
transport activities on environmental systems. They are
often of higher consequence than direct impacts, but the
involved relationships are often misunderstood and difficult
to establish.

Source :
http://people.hofstra.edu/geotrans/eng/ch8en/conc8e
n/ch8c1en.htm
9. How to prevent environtment pollution?

Patronize local foods and goods. In this manner, transporting goods and foods prepared
with GMOs which uses fuel from conventional energy sources will be minimized.

Use eco-friendly or biodegradable materials instead of plastic which are made up of


highly toxic substances injurious to your health.

Never throw, run or drain or dispose into the water, air, or land any substance in solid,
liquid or gaseous form that shall cause pollution.

Do not cause loud noises and unwanted sounds to avoid noise pollution.

ndustries should use fuel with lower sulphur content.

Industries should monitor their air emissions regularly and take measures to ensure
compliance with the prescribed emission standards.
Source : http://loryrich.hubpages.com/hub/reduce-pollution

10.What are impact of pollution?


Air Pollution Effects (Ref. 1, 2)

Reduced lung functioning

Irritation of eyes, nose, mouth and throat

Asthma attacks

Respiratory symptoms such as coughing and wheezing

Increased respiratory disease such as bronchitis

Reduced energy levels

Headaches and dizziness

Disruption of endocrine, reproductive and immune systems

Neurobehavioral disorders

Cardiovascular problems

Cancer

Premature death

Water Pollution Effects (Ref. 3)

Waterborne diseases caused by polluted drinking water:

Typhoid

Amoebiasis

Giardiasis

Ascariasis

Hookworm

Waterborne diseases caused by polluted beach water:

Rashes, ear ache, pink eye

Respiratory infections

Hepatitis, encephalitis, gastroenteritis, diarrhoea, vomiting, and stomach


aches
Conditions related to water polluted by chemicals (such as pesticides, hydrocarbons,
persistent organic pollutants, heavy metals etc):

Cancer, incl. prostate cancer and non-Hodgkins lymphoma

Hormonal problems that can disrupt reproductive and developmental


processes

Damage to the nervous system

Liver and kidney damage

Damage to the DNA

Exposure to mercury (heavy metal):


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In the womb: may cause neurological problems including slower reflexes,


learning deficits, delayed or incomplete mental development, autism and
brain damage

In adults: Parkinsons disease, multiple sclerosis, Alzheimers disease,


heart disease, and even death
Source : http://www.tropical-rainforest-animals.com/pollution-effects.html

11.Why respiratory desease give a biggest number of death?


12.How policymakers design the preventive health program?
13.How the effort of society to keep their health?
14.How the quality of health environment?
15.What is the criteria of health water?