As industry remains one of the largest contributors to the global economy, so too does it remain as one of the largest contributors to toxic emissions. With more industrial work being conducted comes more pollution filling the air. Every human deserves to be able to breathe in clean, unpolluted air, but if it must come at the cost of limiting industrial output, it seems unfeasible. This is because without the proper legislature and incentives put in place, there won’t be an operating company that doesn’t attempt to take advantage and continue to pollute excessively. In hopes to mitigate the health concerns that are being linked to air pollution, such as cancer, respiratory illnesses, stroke and heart disease, more must be done. While it’s clear that cleaner air is healthier for humans, it’s also transitively healthy for businesses. Identifying ways to sustain clean energy usage while following industrial standards, whether that be how materials are sourced, how energy is produced and the reduction of pollutants; organizations can ensure the health of their employees and the health of the environment. The days of overlooking the massive amounts of pollution via industrial settings is over. Now more than ever, the world must be prioritizing the legislation regarding industrial air pollution. Limiting pollution, while requiring a lot out of organizations in various industries, is a positive change for more than just their bottom lines. To learn more about how organizations are limiting their toxic emissions, read on to the featured infographic.
Reducing Toxic Emissions In Industrial Plants an infographic provided by Current Midwest, a company specializing in industrial cooling towers