An innovation is a discovery that will reduce the costs of controlling emissions.It normally involves an initial cost or investment (e.g., research and development expenses) and then a susequent cost reduction or savings if the innovation is employed.Pollution Effects Innovations comprises new innovative techniques which are responsible for decreasing pollution effects.New innovative techniques involves certain biomarkers which indicates the pollution level and gives vivid description about toxicity.Pollution is the contaminants into the natural environment which causes adverse change and can take the form of chemical substances or energy, such as noise, heat or light.Pollution Effects is an Open Access OMICS Group Journal which is named as Journal of Pollution Effects & Control. Pollutants, the components of pollution, can be either foreign substances/energies or naturally occurring contaminants. Pollution is often classed as point source or nonpoint source pollution. Air pollution, Light pollution, Noise pollution, Soil contamination, radioactive contamination, Thermal pollution, and Visual pollution and Water pollution. Pollution has been found to be present widely in the environment. Research indicates that living in areas of high pollution has serious long term health effects. Living in these areas during childhood and adolescence can lead to diminished mental capacity and an increased risk of brain damage. People of all ages who live in high pollution areas for extended periods place themselves at increased risk of various neurological disorders. Both air pollution and heavy metal pollution have been implicated as having negative effects on central nervous system (CNS) functionality. Few significant classifications of Pollution Effects are Air Pollution, Heavy Metal, Health Effect, Ozone, Air Pollutants, etc.Pollution Effects Journal publishes high quality articles which focuses on new innovative ideas by eminent experts and it provides great help to Scientific Community.
Last date updated on September, 2023