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What are some of chemical water pollutants?

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Every chemical that goes to rivers and lakes are water pollutants.


Water-borne pollutants refers to pollutants that move or flow through water bodies. Some of them include spillages, hydrocarbon, chemical drained in water bodies and so much more.


secondary pollutants are pollutants that form from chemical reactions that occur when primary pollutants come in contact with other primary polluants or with naturally occurring substances such as water vapor.


YES BECAUSE some pollutants are evaporated with water


There are various chemical pollutants responsible. These pollutants are the halogen compounds of carbon.


Secondary pollutants. Secondary pollutants are pollutants caused by man. Which consider smog, chemical pollution,ect.. Primary pollutants. primary pollutants are pollutants that are caused by nature. Volcano's eruptions etc. pollution can be caused in the air water sound and any where in the environment


Some Florida ranchers are filtering out agricultural pollutants from water through the creation of new wetlands on their properties.


There is a very large demand for chemical oxygen. Chemical oxygen is very sought after because it can be used to determine when water is contaminated with pollutants.


When acids caused by pollutants combine with water in the air, acid rain is formed. Some examples of acidic air pollutants are sulfur dioxide and nitrogen oxide.


Some of the major types of water pollutants are chemical pollution, nutrient pollution, and microbial pollution. Ways to reduce microbiological pollution are by having facilities to clean the water. To reduce nutrient pollution stop using fertilizers and to reduce chemical pollution monitor companies more closely to stop them from dumping chemicals into the water.


Some remedies ARE, less discharge of pollutants into the ground where the pollutants can leach into the ground water and aquifers, filtering waste water before it is reintroduced to the ground.


Biological Decomposition of Environmental Pollutants-Biodegradable Pollutants such as plastic bags. Some of the most notable air pollutants are sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and airborne particles, with radioactive pollutants probably among the most destructive ones (specifically when produced by nuclear explosions). Our Air Pollutants article provides a clear overview of sources and effects of these air pollutants. Water pollutants include insecticides and herbicides, food processing waste, pollutants from livestock operations, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), heavy metals, chemical waste and others. Some soil pollutants are: hydrocarbons, solvents and heavy metals.


1.)Human wastes such as feces and urine 2.)Industrial wastes such as oil. 3.)Chemical runoff such as fertilizer. 4.)Detergents



types of water pollutants and their sources


Not put pollutants in in the first place.... On a more serious note: bacteria that will feed off the pollutants is usually your best bet. It is infinitely harder to remove pollutants than it is to put them in.


oil gas gabage bottles and body fluids


One of the biggest effects of pollutants on dissolved oxygen is that some pollutants are nutrients for organisms that consume (or occasionally produce) oxygen. If the organisms are well fed, they can consume nearly all of the dissolved oxygen. Some pollutants will also chemically react with the oxygen to remove it from the water as well, but this is usually a much lesser effect. These two phenomena are measured as BOD (biological oxygen demand) and COD (chemical oxygen demand. See the attached links for more information on BOD and COD.


Some of the most notable air pollutants are sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and airborne particles, with radioactive pollutants probably among the most destructive ones (specifically when produced by nuclear explosions). Our Air Pollutants article provides a clear overview of sources and effects of these air pollutants. Water pollutants include insecticides and herbicides, food processing waste, pollutants from livestock operations, volatile organic compounds (VOCs), heavy metals, chemical waste and others. Some soil pollutants are: hydrocarbons, solvents and heavy metals. Non-Biodegradable Pollutants-such as plastic bags.


Different pollutants may harm the water cycle. It can make the water acidic.


some are the water, the beach ad the see-we.


Dispersing pollutants in larger volumes of water is called dilution.


Precipitation can carry pollutants in water whereby when moisture rises and mixes with gases from industries thereby condensing and falling back as acid rain may carry the pollutants into water.


by not putting pollutants in water


Aquifer Pollution is where pollutants seep into the ground and make it unsutible to use. Pollutants can be garbage water, acid, or sewage. Aquifer Pollution is where pollutants seep into the ground and make it unsutible to use. Pollutants can be garbage water, acid, or sewage.