Causes and Effects of "Haze"

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Causes and Effects of "Haze"

By | August 2011
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Haze consists of tiny elements which occurs naturally or is a result of daily human activities. Smog produced by factories and automobiles as well as fire smoke is the main contributing factors of the existence of haze.

The one of the main cause that touches off haze is the industries who evil mind construct the smog into the air. Many factories were over measure produced the smog that had over the standard and the smog seriously influence the air become air pollution.

The components that make up haze are carbon monoxide, sulphur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, dust and metals which may have negative effect on one’s health especially that of the children and the elderly. Also not excluded are those who have certain diseases such as asthma, allergy, and pneumonia and lung disease. Workers working in the open air have a high risk in their health.

As a result, a vehicle such as cars and trucks what is burning fossil fuels is also the cause of haze. Vehicles have exhausted the black opium during the vehicle driving on the road which had compose the haze happened. Besides the ships such as boats and steamers had worn out the harmful smog had invented haze happened too. Therefore, haze had affected individual’s activities badly. Haze prevents one from carrying out his normal activities. Residents are also advised to abstain from outdoor activities who are farmers and fishermen have to find alternative ways to earn their income for the time being. In addition, forest fires that used to clear land are the reason of haze too. The authorities concerned prefer used the way forest fires to clear land because they think so it was the fastest way to clear land. But, forest fires make their work complete faster at the same time forest fires also made-up the haze. When the haze situation becomes more difficult, it is able to carry about a huge change. It could strain the nation’s income if country’s economy sector is affected. For example, the tourism industry, which...
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