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Wednesday, 9 December 2015

Exhaust Fume Pollution and How to Avoid/Handle Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Pollution is an undesirable state of the natural environment being contaminated with harmful substances as a consequence of human activities. Recent studies showed that Air pollution (which also includes carbon monoxide emission) alone kills 3.2 million people yearly, and this is more than Aids and malaria combined!

Exhaust fume pollution

By the daily activities that go on in our society especially in our urban centres, our environment is continually assaulted by all manner of pollutants especially exhaust fumes. These pollutants which translate into environmental pollution are as varied as they are harmful and you must learn how to avoid or curtail the negative health effects of these elements on your life. For example Frank Kelly, professor of environmental health at King's College, London, says that from studies made “In my view, because we all need to breathe, air pollution is second only to smoking in terms of hazards to public health.”