Pollution Prevention Week on September, 2017: how can i prevent the air pollution?

Pollution Prevention Week 2017. 5 Ideas for Pollution Prevention Week Pollution Prevention Week.

how can i prevent the air pollution?

Surprisingly, pollution prevention is not difficult. Opportunities can be found at home, when you shop at the store, when you go to school or when you go to work. You can take steps every day to help stop pollution. Once you get in the habit of thinking about the pollution you are creating, you will soon recognize more and more opportunities for preventing it.

Challenge yourself to find a new way to reduce pollution each week or improve on something you have already started. We can help to reduce and prevent air pollution by using less electricity and gasoline. Here are some ways you can do:

1. Walk, cycle or use public transportation.

2. Turn off lights, TV, radio and other electrical items when not in use.

3. Use low-energy or energy-saving light bulbs.

4. Avoid using gas powered machinery (i.e. lawn mowers)

5. Fill up the car with cleaner fuels.

6. Keep your car tuned and schedule routine maintenance checks

7. Turn off your engine when waiting. When cars, trucks and buses are left running while parked, they produce unnecessary pollution that contributes to climate change and smog, which affects our health.

8. Adequate ventilation is also a key to controlling exposure to indoor air pollution. Home and work environments should be monitored for adequate air flow and proper exhaust systems installed.

9. One of the most dangerous air pollutants is cigarette smoke. Restricting smoking is an important key to a healthier environment. Legislation to control smoking is in effect in some locations, but personal exposure should be monitored and limited wherever possible.

10. When shopping for household cleaners and polishes, hair sprays, and insect repellents, look for product sold as pump sprays, not aerosols. Although pumps may contain volatile organic compounds (VOC) they do not contain propellants, and the droplets they emit are larger and less likely to be inhaled. to avoid VOCs use sprays with carbon dioxide propellants or compressed air and stay away from fast-drying products. Finally, if you must use an aerosol spray, be sure to read- and heed-the label.

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REALLY CAN I DECREASE POLLUTION IN THE WORLD?

REALLY CAN I DECREASE POLLUTION IN THE WORLD?

Surprisingly, pollution prevention is not difficult. Opportunities can be found at home, when you shop at the store, when you go to school or when you go to work. You can take steps every day to help stop pollution. Once you get in the habit of thinking about the pollution you are creating, you will soon recognize more and more opportunities for preventing it.

Challenge yourself to find a new way to reduce pollution each week or improve on something you have already started. We can help to reduce and prevent air pollution by using less electricity and gasoline. Here are some ways you can do:

1. Walk, cycle or use public transportation.

2. Turn off lights, TV, radio and other electrical items when not in use.

3. Use low-energy or energy-saving light bulbs.

4. Avoid using gas powered machinery (i.e. lawn mowers)

5. Fill up the car with cleaner fuels.

6. Keep your car tuned and schedule routine maintenance checks

7. Turn off your engine when waiting. When cars, trucks and buses are left running while parked, they produce unnecessary pollution that contributes to climate change and smog, which affects our health.

8. Adequate ventilation is also a key to controlling exposure to indoor air pollution. Home and work environments should be monitored for adequate air flow and proper exhaust systems installed.

9. One of the most dangerous air pollutants is cigarette smoke. Restricting smoking is an important key to a healthier environment. Legislation to control smoking is in effect in some locations, but personal exposure should be monitored and limited wherever possible.

10. When shopping for household cleaners and polishes, hair sprays, and insect repellents, look for product sold as pump sprays, not aerosols. Although pumps may contain volatile organic compounds (VOC) they do not contain propellants, and the droplets they emit are larger and less likely to be inhaled. to avoid VOCs use sprays with carbon dioxide propellants or compressed air and stay away from fast-drying products. Finally, if you must use an aerosol spray, be sure to read- and heed-the label.

believe that we should put primary emphasis on pollution prevention and waste reduction?

believe that we should put primary emphasis on pollution prevention and waste reduction?

In truth, the primary emphasis of most of the people in the world is survival - the next day, the next week, the next year.

A small percentage of people who have enough resources to survive can put a primary emphasis on pollution prevention and waste reduction. But if you're out of cash, out of food or out of opportunity that will come first.

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