In general people don’t make bombs just to have them and not blow something up. Some bombs can be made from easy to find compounds like gasoline, propane and fireworks (the main components of the Time Square car bomb). While none of these components are particularly good for the environment, the real problems are what happens after the bomb is exploded. Products of combustion are CO2 and H2O, but in addition, the metal compoents of the bomb can be toxic to humans or animals.
In addition, the equipment and personal required to clean up the mess (and possibly dispose of bodies) increases the environmental impact. Gas must be burned, rubble disposed of, and casualties transported.
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