A Review on Air Quality Parameters for Ambient Pollution Management Framework


  • S. Sivakumar
  • Dr.V. Ramya




Pollution is the addition of perilous substances in to the environment that creates harmful atmosphere to human and other living creatures. Pollutants are components of solids, liquids or gases specifically emitted beyond the normal threshold level of concentrations that affects the atmosphere’s quality to a considerable extent. PM is one of the common air pollutants which is a combination of suspended solid and liquid particles in the air. PM2.5 pollution is becoming a severe problem due to automation of industries and more energy consumption. Because of this, the people will be affected by breathing issues leading to in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) due to the requirement of air cleansing. This paper assesses and evaluates the foundations of indoor and outdoor PM2.5 and the effect of PM2.5 pollution on surrounding prominence, occupational health and residents conduct.PM2.5 mainly creates heart disease, stroke, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung cancer and other main health hazards. Inhaling SO2 induces irritation to the nose, eyes, throat and lungs. When someone inhales NO2, the gas rapidly dissolves into the blood stream and hits the brain within seconds. Low amounts of O3 can cause chest pain, coughing and shortness of breath and throat infection. Further studies will forward us to a broad movement for the impact of PM2.5 towards health issues.