The Pollution in China Leads to Health Threat. Essay

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Title: The pollution in China leads to health threat. In recent years, China’s economy has become one of the fastest growing in the world. However, at the same time, we are also facing the worsening problem of pollution. Everyone on earth will aware of the terrible situation: water loss and soil erosion along with the gray and cloudy sky on the industrial city. For example, every spring Beijing have the bad sand storm, at that time, people have to wear a respirator if you want to go out. And so many people get some kind of respirator disease because of sand storm. So what are the causes of the pollution problem? To answer such question is not easy. In this paper, I will write about the two major cause of AIR and WATER Pollution in China, chemical pollutants in the air and industrial and agricultural waste dumped into the groundwater. Although there are other pollution problems, polluted air and water are the largest, and have become the biggest threats to Chinese people’s health. Air pollution happens when there is the presence of abnormal concentration and abnormal constituents in the air. We know that fresh air is needed for a healthy life. That is why people in China go out for morning walks so that they can breathe as much fresh air as possible because most of people feel that the morning air is better and so it is common for Chinese. The quality of the air has been deteriorating in urban areas. It is being polluted by smoke, harmful gasses, dust articles and other matters. The burning of petrol and diesel in running vehicles emits carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. These pollutants are released in the air we breathe. They are very harmful for our health. The burning of various fuels in factories and power plants emit some poisonous gases that are left off in the atmosphere. Yet without burning fuel, the production of goods in industries is not

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