What Is a Pollutant?


A pollutant is a form of material that is harmful to the environment. Pollutants create environmental problems and put dangerous substances into natural habitats. Chemicals, oil, and trash are just a few pollutants.
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Pollutants are contaminants into our environment that cause instability, disorder, harm or discomfort to the ecosystem. They are foreign substances, naturally occurring.
Volcanic eruptions, gases emitted from animal waste, forest fires and dust are some of the common natural sources resulting in air pollution. Large levels of sulfur dioxide (SO2)
A pollutant is a waste material that pollutes air, water or Soil.
Any substance, produced and released into the environment as a result of human activities, that has damaging effects on living organisms. Pollutants may be toxic substances (e.g.
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something that pollutes.
any substance, as certain chemicals or waste products, that renders the air, soil, water, or other natural resource harmful or unsuitable for a specific purpose.
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A pollutant is waste that can pollute the air or water. It is true that some pollutants are biodegradable. Fund pollutants are not dangerous to the environment.
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