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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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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