• Vehicular Pollution
    developing. The slow growth of road infrastructure and high growth of vehicle number imply that the roads of India are going to reach saturation point in utilizing the maximum capacity of road area. [pic] The pollution caused by the engines are mainly due to 2 reasons...
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  • Contemporary Issues In Management - Bharat Stage Emission Standards
    , Due to this increasing, there is increase-ing in uses of Fuel likes Gasoline, Diesel, Gas etc., also. Due to this increasing of uses, the air pollution, which is creates from the uses of this Fuel, also increase. It is important to stop this air pollution for all country, because it is...
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  • Vehicular Emissions and Air Quality Standards in Nigeria
    locations. The overall comparison of data for different sections show that concentration of pollutants is highest at (SP1 – 3) and (SP8 – 9) in the three areas MP1, MP2 , and MP3 due to volume of traffic and pollution. The study concludes that transport-related pollution in Calabar is indeed significant...
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    the year 2002. 2.2c. Emission from Vehicles. One of the major sources of air pollution in urban areas of Bangladesh is due to the unburned fuel from two stroke engine vehicles. Dhaka has been rated as one of the most polluted cities of the world. Bangladesh Atomic Energy Commission reports that...
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  • Air Pollution Through to Motor Vehicle Emissions in Sydney
    city in Australia. Investigations conducted by the newspaper suggest that last summer’s air pollution figures were the worst for Sydney in recent years. It has been estimated that motor vehicle emissions alone cost Sydney around 1.2 billion $ per year due to health care costs caused by air...
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  • Economic Externalities - Air Pollution in Kolkata
    year old commercial vehicles, could not succeed due to stiff resistance from powerful unions and lobbies. Even a court order towards that met an agitation by bus and taxi operators of the city (July 24, 2009). One of their main contentions was that measures to reduce the pollution will actually...
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    may happen that he is the only earning member of that family and due to traffic jam, he might be no more. And at that time the loss of the family can never be measured in money. 8.2 Impact on Health Due to heavy traffic jam, the main sufferers are a. General people, and b. Vehicle operators...
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  • Air Pollution from Vehicles
    being destroyed due to chlorofluorocarbons. This chemical is emitted from the vehicle and will form ground level ozone or smog. This allows higher UV-b levels to reach the earth’s surface and will cause harm to crops and plants under the oceans water. When it comes to pollution from vehicles it is...
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  • Effects of Pollution
    THE PROBLEM This study is aimed to determine the following: * What are the potential health effects of the emission motor vehicles air pollutants? * What are these air pollutants that can pose hazards on human health? * How can we possibly contribute to minimize the air pollution...
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  • Pullotion
    on the ground while you are on a walk, pick it up and toss it out. If you notice that there are not many garbage cans on the street in your town. One of the most prominent pollution which we face in our society is air pollution due to too much vehicles which everyday rove on the Kabul roads. The...
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  • Environmental Pollution
    largest ``health burden” from air pollution. Estimates showed there were nearly 4,968 premature deaths each year in Manila due to respiratory and cardiovascular diseases from exposure to poor air quality, according to the Philippine Environment Monitor, a joint report of the World Bank and the...
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  • Air Quality in Hong Kong
    Air pollution in Hong Kong is often so bad that it is impossible to see across Victoria Harbor due to all the haze and smog. The government did endeavor to modify the air quality but, sadly, it still deteriorates continually. Even worse, the Air Pollution Index recently hit a record high, which...
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  • Air pollution
    Introduction to Air Pollution Air pollution is the presence of foreign substances in the atmosphere, emitted by industries and motor vehicles that cause damage to living organisms. Air pollution characteristics Air pollution characteristics in a particular region are influenced by: The...
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  • Pollution
    . People have trouble breathing, crops and other plants do not grow as well, and the ozone is quickly being depleted due to the introduction of pollutants into the air. Most cars contribute a significant amount of pollution to the air on their own but sport utility vehicles and other larger vehicles add...
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  • Urban Public Transportation
    pollutions and impoverish resources are major negative impacts to the environment. a) The environment pollutions due to the motor vehicles can be various; the air pollutions and noise pollutions are the major pollution caused by the motor vehicle (Wark et al.,1998). i) Air pollution...
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  • Road Safety
    VEHICLE POLLUTION Introduction In urban areas – both developing and developed countries, it is predominately mobile or vehicular pollution that contributes to air quality problem. All motor vehicles release pollutants into the air, mostly through the exhaust fumes that come out of the tailpipe...
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  • Pollution
    Due to the development of economy, overpopulation, urbanization and globalization, citizens in not only developing countries and developed countries have to face numerous serious problems associated with pollution. Pollution including air and water pollution may be defined as the result of human...
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  • Asap
    twenty percent of carbon dioxide emitted in the atmosphere comes from burning of gasoline in the engines of the vehicles. This is true for most of the developed countries. Buildings, both commercial and residential represent a larger source of global warming pollution than cars and trucks...
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  • Health Impacts of the Built Environment
    Health Impacts Due to Vehicle-Related Air Pollution Exposure as a Consequence of the Built Environment Air pollution affects almost everyone throughout the world, but through the different pollutants emitted there are many different complex effects. Since the early 1990s there have been various...
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  • Air Pollution and Public Health
    affected the state of public health. This study examines ways in which the transportation industry has contributed to poor public health through air pollution. The study will also suggest ways through which air pollution due to cars on the road can be reduced. Although medical doctors cite the...
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