SUBMITTED BY,
ANJU ALIAS
POLLUTION
 It is the introduction of contaminants into the natural
environment that cause adverse change.
 Pollution can...
Types of pollution
 Air pollution
 Water pollution
 Noise pollution
 Soil pollution
 Thermal pollution
 E-waste poll...
NOISE POLLUTION
 It is the disturbance or excessive noise that may harm
the activity or balance of human or animal life.
...
 It is an underrated environmental problem because of
the fact that we can’t see, smell, or taste it.
 World Health Orga...
Sources of Noise Pollution
 Transportation systems are the main source of noise
pollution in urban areas.
 Construction ...
Effects of noise pollution
 Generally, problems caused by noise pollution include
stress related illnesses, speech interf...
Remedial measures
 Planting trees
 Regular serving of automobiles.
 Building can be designed with suitable noise absorb...
How to control noise pollution?
 The source of the noise must me reduced
 The path of transmission of sound must be stop...
Role of individuals in preventing the
degradation of the quality of environment
 Reduce air pollution by driving less or ...
 Use safer chemicals in labs.
 Use rechargeable batteries and electronic items.
 Use less harmful detergents in your ho...
Thank you………………….
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pollution - Noise pollution

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Published on: Mar 4, 2016
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  • 1. SUBMITTED BY, ANJU ALIAS
  • 2. POLLUTION  It is the introduction of contaminants into the natural environment that cause adverse change.  Pollution can take form of chemical substance or energy such as noise, heat or light.  Pollutants are the components of pollution can be either foreign substance or naturally occurring contaminants.
  • 3. Types of pollution  Air pollution  Water pollution  Noise pollution  Soil pollution  Thermal pollution  E-waste pollution
  • 4. NOISE POLLUTION  It is the disturbance or excessive noise that may harm the activity or balance of human or animal life.  Noise is generally used as an unwanted sound or sound produces unpleasant effects and discomfort on the ears.  Sound that is unwanted or disrupts one’s quality of life is called as noise. When there is lot of noise in the environment, it is termed as noise pollution.  Sound becomes undesirable when it disturbs the normal activities such as working, sleeping, and during conversations
  • 5.  It is an underrated environmental problem because of the fact that we can’t see, smell, or taste it.  World Health Organization stated that “Noise must be recognized as a major threat to human well-being”
  • 6. Sources of Noise Pollution  Transportation systems are the main source of noise pollution in urban areas.  Construction of buildings, highways, and streets cause a lot of noise, due to the usage of air compressors, bulldozers, loaders, dump trucks, and pavement breakers.  Industrial noise also adds to the already unfavorable state of noise pollution.  Loud speakers, plumbing, boilers, generators, air conditioners, fans, and vacuum cleaners add to the existing noise pollution.
  • 7. Effects of noise pollution  Generally, problems caused by noise pollution include stress related illnesses, speech interference, hearing loss, sleep disruption, and lost productivity.  Rise in blood pressure  Physical development of fetous.  Reduce concentration.  Causes serious mental disorders.
  • 8. Remedial measures  Planting trees  Regular serving of automobiles.  Building can be designed with suitable noise absorbing materials for the walls, window and sealing  Proper lubrication and maintains of machines.  Workers should provided with ear plugs for hearing protection.  Factories and industries should located far from residential area.
  • 9. How to control noise pollution?  The source of the noise must me reduced  The path of transmission of sound must be stopped and receiver of noise must be safe guarded.  A general awareness programs to educate the people must be done.  Legal laws must be established and observed to prevent noise pollution.
  • 10. Role of individuals in preventing the degradation of the quality of environment  Reduce air pollution by driving less or by good driving habits.  Waste minimization.  Educate citizens about wise use of water and water resources.  Recycling of Mobil phones.  Sign up to renewable energy supplier.  Use organic food and fertilizers.  Buy cotton products such as clothes, bags and shoes in ecofriendly way.
  • 11.  Use safer chemicals in labs.  Use rechargeable batteries and electronic items.  Use less harmful detergents in your home and at work place.  Academic institutions should offer courses such as environmental studies, management etc.
  • 12. Thank you………………….