justification of dust as pollutant

proof why dust is a pollutant



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    A pollutant is anything that exceeds naturally occurring conditions, typically as a result of human activity.

    In other words, even though nitrogen may naturally occur in an environment, if there is more nitrogen in the environment than is naturally present, then nitrogen becomes a pollutant.

    This same logic can be used to justify why dust is a pollutant, if there is more dust in an environment than would occur naturally.

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