Volume 7, Issue 5



Abstract : As Myanmar is a developing country- it needs a rising demand for energy and water purification. Coal is the primary fuel source for producing electricity; thus, power plants using coal have grown-up in the last ten years. Coal-fired power generations are associated with air pollution as emissions of greenhouse gas emissions from fuel burning. Coal is also said to be a more progressive contributor to global climate change. This paper focuses on environmental damage and coal management. Coal may cause soil, air and water pollution, but it concentrates only on water pollution. National Health Laboratory, AMTT Co., Ltd, and Advancing Life and Regenerating Motherland performed sampling and water analysis. Most of the data from those are within WHO standards, but water pollution happens physically and biologically. Water pollution from those areas has occurred, and it will take so long to reach the original condition. Various water treatments should be employed for current evidence, and finally, high efficient technologies can be applied to protect those areas from pollution.

Pages : 170-175

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Modified Date : 2020-05-15

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SAW HTUN HTUN NAUNG , THAN THAN KHAING , PHYO PA PA AUNG , "ENVIRONMENTAL DETERIORATION IN THE CASE OF COAL-FIRED POWER PLANT", IJIERT - International Journal of Innovations in Engineering Research and Technology, Volume 7, Issue 5, ISSN : 2394-3696, Page No. 170-175