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1 Introduction

1.1. Background of impact of industrial revolution

The industrial revolution began in Britain in the 1700 and spread to the
rest of the world, beginning with the United states.
industrial revolution to achieve global warm, although impacted the
environment. The world saw a major increase in pollution, which along
rapid industrial growth made water,air and hazardous waste pressing
environmental problem in many areas of the developing world.
industrial emission, problem were The lack of hazardous waste facilities
with industrial wastes often discarded on follow or public lands, in
Industrial pollution impact are significantly worsening health and
environmental effect of industrialization are emerging such as raising
green house gas emission's are air and water pollution growing volumes
of waste desertfication and chemical pollution.
1.2. Problem statement
1.2.1 Environmental impact of industrial revolution
Environmental pollution is a problem both in developed and developing
countries. Factors such as stretch the use of natural resources to the
environmental pollution takes place when the environment cannot
process and neutralize harmful by-products of human activities (for
example, poisonous gas emissions) in due to couse without any
structural or functional damage to its system.
As more product was being produced as a result of the Industrial
Revolution, the natural resources necessary to make the production
possible were under great demand.
Industrial Revolution is couse of generate air pollution,water pollution,
acid rain as weel as global warming.
Industrialization produced the mechanization of agriculture which led to
a limited amount of work available on farms so workers migrated
towards urban settings giving rise to the industrial city.
1.2.2 Air pollution
a compilation of air pollutant emission factors for a wide range of industrial
sources.Air pollution occurs when harmful substances including particulates and
biological molecules are introduced into Earth's atmosphere . It may cause diseases,
allergies or death in humans; it may also cause harm to other living organisms such as
animals and food crops, and may damage the natural or built environment . Industrial
revolution's the main cause of generate air pollution.

1.2.3. Economic effects

Air pollution costs the world economy $5 trillion per year as a result of productivity
losses and degraded quality of life. These productivity losses are caused by deaths due
to diseases caused by air pollution. The report states that additional economic losses
caused by air pollution, including health costs and the adverse effect on agricultural
and other productivity were not calculated in the report, and thus the actual costs to
the world economy are far higher than $5 trillion.
1.2.4.Health effect
a compilation of air pollutant emission factors for a wide range of industrial sources.
Air and water pollutions are a significant risk factor for a number of pollution-related
diseases and health conditions including respiratory infections, heart disease, ,
breathing, stroke and lung cancer, as wel as typhoid and cholera.
The World Health Organization estimated in 2014 that every year air pollution causes
the premature death of some 7 million people worldwide.
India has the highest death rate due to air pollution. India also has more deaths from
asthma than any other nation according to the World Health Organization.
In December 2013 air pollution was estimated to kill 500,000 people in China each
year. And European deaths caused by air pollution are estimated at 430,000. An
important cause of these deaths is nitrogen dioxide and other nitrogen oxides (NOx)
emitted by industries.

1.2.5. Water Pollution

Industrial waste Industries cause huge water pollution with their activities. These
come mainly from: Sulphur – This is a non-metallic substance that is harmful to marine
life. such as fish, birds and sea otters and other aquatic life.
Asbestos – This pollutant has cancer-causing properties.
Canals were polluted with sewage and industrial waste Cholera took many lives due to
people using water from canals and rivers for cleaning and cooking. 57,000 people
died in Great Britain in the cholera epidemic between 1832-1834.
A few statistics illustrate the scale of Each year, the world generates perhaps 5–10
billion tons of industrial waste, much of which is pumped untreated into rivers,
oceans, and other waterways.
1.2.6. Acid Rain
"Acid Rain," is the word used to describe rainfall that has a pH level of less than 5.6.
Acid rain is formed when oxides of nitrogen and sulfite combine with moisture in the
atmosphere to make nitric and sulfuric acids. These acids can be carried away far from
its origin.
Effect of acid rain may cause the slower growth of the forest. And Other air pollutants,
insects, diseases and drought are some other causes that harm plants. Acid rain also
removes minerals and nutrients from the soil that trees need to grow.Some types of
plants and animals are able to tolerate acidic waters and moderate amounts of
And also acid-sensitive and will be lost as the pH declines.
At pH 5, most fish eggs cannot hatch. At lower pH levels, some adult fish die. Some
acidic lakes have no fish. Even if a species of fish or animal can tolerate moderately
acidic water, the animals or plants it eats might not.
1.2.7. Solution
Solution for Industrial Pollution are to remove dissolute pollution from the environment with
modern technical methods such as፦
*converting food and wastes in to energy፦ the state and the nation are searching for ways to
reduce our dependence on fossil fuels by developing alternative fuel sources.
* Setting the bar for air quality standards፦ the world’s first air quality standard to reduce carbon
emissions from transportation fuels. This carbon emissions fuel standard offers a blue print for
national and international change.
* Making solar energy cheaper and more flexible፦Success in this high energy, could provide
endless supplies of energy with no risk of nuclear accident or air pollution and leave minimal
nuclear waste. Reducing Pollution:
There are two approaches through which pollution can be reduced:
1. Reducing consumption or usage of a polluting product.
2. Treatment of wastes, discharges and disposals of a pollutant.
And also non-polluting agriculture will eventually become necessary. It is more sustainable
methods of

* Recolonization or reconstruction need to occur. Just like species and organisms.

* Action Plan
The other solutions are፦
* Improve exuberant vegetation by reforestation.
* Protect environment by cosher natural resource and plantings trees.
* improve reduction of industrial pollution, to generat smokeless machine just like smokeless
*improved agrecaltural practices and stop cutting down trees.
3 Objective

1.3.1. General objective of the solution.

The general objective of the solution will be to reduce pollution and to generate smart
1.3.2. Specific objectives of the solution.
Describe environment impact of pollution.
Identify air pollution, water pollution and Acid rain.
Converting food and other green wastes into energy.
Advancing knowledge about global climate change.
1.3.3 Delimitation/ Scope
The main objective of my project is Reduction of pollution. It have very important both
developed and developing countries.
Converting westes to energy this waste uses making just like biogas energy . However The
biogas Energy Project is produce enough energy from a some of biomass to power.
Chapter two
2 Literature Review
Today’s world is largely dependent upon non-renewable and environmentally damaging sources
of energy. Powering our future will require replacing many current technologies, transforming
the largest industries in the world, tapping a vast array of renewable sources, and changing
behavior. Meeting this energy challenge and protecting the environment requires solutions that
span policy, science and technology.
College of Engineering faculty are recognized leaders in research and innovation in energy
efficiency, biomass, wind, alternative fuels and hybrid vehicles, as well as environmental
problems related to waste water, air and soil pollution .
Chapter Three
3. Methodology
Thise part presents the researcher design word population, sampling techniques and data
collection tool used in the study.
In thise project used to available sampling , secondary data analysis. And also I have used the
following Mechanism፦
* initial surveying and planning
* site visit case study
* collection of information and data
4. Expected out comes
In thise project best solution for reducing pollution and include some mechanisms of convert
waste to energy. So as a result expect to the follow፦
* decrease death rate related to pollpollution
ncrease income of developing countries
* Increase purity of air and water
* propitious life for wild animal, fish and human being
* increase Productivity of crop.
* To generate job chance for the many peoples
* To Improve the economic growth for developing and under developed countries.
* to increase purity of environment
* decreasing of disease related to pollution.
Generally we get biological, physical and economical many purposes by reducing pollution.
** our future will require replacing many current technologies, transforming the largest
industries in the world.