Industrial Air Emission Pollution: Potential Sources and Sustainable Mitigation

  title={Industrial Air Emission Pollution: Potential Sources and Sustainable Mitigation},
  author={Rabia Munsif and Muhammad Zubair and Ayesha Aziz and Muhammad Nadeem Zafar},
  journal={Environmental Emissions},
Air of cities especially in the developing parts of the world is turning into a serious environmental interest. The air pollution is because of a complex interaction of dispersion and emission of toxic pollutants from manufactories. Air pollution caused due to the introduction of dust particles, gases, and smoke into the atmosphere exceeds the air quality levels. Air pollutants are the precursor of photochemical smog and acid rain that causes the asthmatic problems leading into serious illness… 

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