OANA ROXANA CHIVU, AUGUSTIN SEMENESCU, CLAUDIU BABIS, CATALIN AMZA, GABRIEL IACOBESCU, ZOIA APOSTOLESCU, VALENTIN PETRESCU, GEORGE MIHAIL ADIR THE IMPACT OF THE INDUSTRIAL PROCESSING OF OIL ON THE RAINFALL WATER QUALITY
Rainfall is a major component of the environment and the main source of the air purification becouse of many pollutants increases who have the most varied sources: various human activities including industry and agriculture, and some household duties. Air purification by means of precipitation is achieved by numerous highly complex mechanisms. The final products of degradation of the pollutant in the air, which are generally harmless, can be reacted with each other in the presence of water, giving rise to the final compounds with a high toxicity. Thus, exhaust, mobile sources of noxious almost identical to those specific activities in the industrial processing of oil, contain lead which is the ideal catalyst for converting SO2 to sulfuric acid in the presence of rainwater, with all the disadvantages that they create. This paper will present an experimental research oabout how rainfall water quality is influenced by the activity of the industrial processing of oil, in a chemical plant in Constanta County.
Keywords: rainfall, air ourification, toxicity, rainwater