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Can you think of ways to collect and dispose of spilled oil without causing further harm to the environment?
Learners observe and discuss a simple model of a wet scrubber, a device for cleaning industrial air pollution.
Learners build a model of a pollution control device--a cyclone. A cyclone works by whirling the polluted air in a circle and accumulating particles on the edges of the container.
In this activity, learners explore how environmental engineers might approach solving the problem of an oil spill.
Learners observe a simple balloon model of an electrostatic precipitator. These devices are used for pollutant recovery in cleaning industrial air pollution.
In this activity, learners will make cleaning up more fun with predictions and counting. Estimate how many things are on the floor (or table), then count as they are picked up.
Learners observe and discuss a vacuum cleaner as a model of a baghouse, a device used in cleaning industrial air pollution.