Yes, heat can be considered a pollutant. When heat is added to ecosystems that do not require it to maintain life, a temperature increase can kill bacteria, organisms, plants and even animals. A temperature increase can also cause certain harmful bacteria to grow, causing disease outbreaks or the collapse of an ecosystem.
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