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THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF FLUE-GAS EMISSION AND CARBON-SOOT FROM COMBUSTION OF FOSSIL FUEL LEADING TO THE PHASE-OUT CAMPAIGN OF COAL – A REVIEW

Publication Date : 11/08/2015



Author(s) :

S. A. Ryemshak , A. P. Ihom.


Volume/Issue :
Volume 2
,
Issue 9
(08 - 2015)



Abstract :

This paper reviews the effects of some flue gas and carbon-soot released into the environment by combustion of fossil fuel, and how to stop/reduce their emission. Although fossil fuels like coal, oil and natural gas are extremely useful important sources of energy, but when burned in either a limited or excess air, the environment does pay a price by the emission of some polluting (harmful) gases like carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), nitrogen dioxide (NO2), sulphur dioxide (SO2) and carbon-soot. The review shows that the continues emission of these anthropogenic gases (greenhouse gases) in large volumes into the environment results into negative health effects, global dimming, global warming, greenhouse effect and acid rain formation. Carbon dioxide even though a major gas for photosynthesis process and chemical industry; it is most commonly released and has the highest volume in the environment that contribute immensely to global warming. It is ideal for all countries to have regulatory bodies to control the emission of harmful flue gases through policies such as command-and-control (which mandates the amount of pollution or the technology used), economic incentives, or voluntary programs, etc.


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THE ADVERSE EFFECTS OF FLUE-GAS EMISSION AND CARBON-SOOT FROM COMBUSTION OF FOSSIL FUEL LEADING TO THE PHASE-OUT CAMPAIGN OF COAL – A REVIEW

August 11, 2015