Author(s): Y. VikranthPridhvi*, Modi Musalaiah
Rapid industrialization is going all over the world, especially in the developing countries. Because, the major source of country’s income will comes through the industries. The increasing in the number of the industries, pollute the environment by releasing the toxic gases and toxic waste into the air and water thus contributing the air and water pollution respectively. As a result, the air and water quality of the surrounding villages will be put in danger. So, periodic survey has to be done by the industry/government/state or central pollution control boards, in order to investigate the concentration of various air and water pollutants in the industry surrounding villages.