Either of two fundamental mitigation strategies is employed, depending on the type of project, the "source term" (i.e., the type and extent of the pollution source), and the ambient environment that may be impacted. The first general strategy is "dilute and disperse," which has been widely employed in certain industries. The other strategy is "concentrate and confine" and applies to pollutants that are both toxic and chemically dangerous. In actual practice, many large projects may utilize both strategies, depending upon the specific process or product involved (Ackland, Len.1999).
In both Miranda and Dural side, it is better to have nuclear plant than have a coal factory. Because, in a typical coal plant mitigation, air pollution is a major concern. Requirements of the federal Clean Air Act and many state laws require extensive tests of ambient air quality followed by pollutant dispersion modeling to determine which pollutant source controls would likely be effective in the proposed air shed for satisfying air pollution standards.
Emission control measures for a coal-fired power plant typically include the use of bag houses, electrostatic precipitators, and various filtration devices to reduce particulate emissions. In addition, sulfur and nitrogen oxide emissions must be held within regulatory standards. Use of low-sulfur coal and flue gas desulfurization equipment are among techniques for minimizing SO 2 emissions (Boudy, Ray H., and Amos, J. Lawrence, 1990).
Thus, In the Australia state Mirande and Darul, widespread water quality and related problems have been associated with the Coal mining industry, especially surface mining.
Though its better in both Miranda and Dural side, to have Nuclear power plants that taken to elaborate lengths, followed by utilization also of the "dilute and disperse" strategy. In an operating nuclear reactor, high temperature steam is produced as water is injected into the reactor core. This steam is transferred to a secondary steam generator, which in turn drives the turbine-generator. After passing through the turbine, the spent steam is routed to a condenser and the resultant water is recycled in the reactor.
Thus Nuclear Corporations from the industrialized nations have a special obligation to ensure that best environmental practices are observed. Employee safety is the major issue of the day.
To operate Nuclear planet, there should be established communities, built houses and roads, and provide other facilities for their employees who are usually recruited from outside the region and in many cases from foreign nations.
Industry towns with their company stores are entirely dependent on the largess and fortunes of their industrial benefactor. Employees are at the mercy of their employers for jobs, housing, food, health care, education, and virtually everything else. Abuses often come in the form of suppressed wages, unsafe and unhealthy working conditions, and overpriced groceries and