The line graph depicts the volume of emissions that were released into the air in the UK between 1990 and 2005 from various sources.
In general, the industry released a lot more air pollutants than other sources. The total amount of air pollution from all sources also significantly decreased.
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A peak of 7 million tonnes of air pollutants was recorded in 1990. Its number experienced a sharp dip, reaching 4 million tonnes in 1999, then declining more slowly, reaching over 3 million tonnes in 2005.
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Industrial activity played a major role in air pollution. The number of emissions from this industry was 5.5 million tonnes in 1990, 3 million tonnes in 1996, and then a small decline to 2 million tonnes in 2005. In the first year of the era, the total for households and transportation was close to 1 million tonnes. The transport statistics, which was 1 million tonnes in 2005, remained steady over time. Yet, it showed a downward tendency for homes where the pollution levels were simultaneously zero and adequate.
In conclusion, the overall level of air pollutants in the UK has dramatically
dropped over time. The biggest percentage of all years’ emissions came from industry.