Emission effects on the environment Cole Anstadt

Emissions from British Petroleum factories are sent into the atmosphere. These factories are producing and sending more than the regulated amount of emissions into the atmosphere.

The emissions from the factories can mix with rain clouds.

The emissions that mix with the rain clouds can cause acid rain. This rain is bad for the environment, because it can affect other bodies of water, kill trees, and harm wild life.

Water is an Important part in the cycle of life, so the emissions that get into the rain cause trouble for everything else.

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