Pollutants that are easily manageable and decomposable in nature are called?

A. Non-biodegradable pollutants
B. Renewable Pollutants
C. Biodegradable Pollutants
D. None of these


Correct Answer: C. Biodegradable Pollutants

Detail about MCQs

Biodegradable pollutants are substances or materials that can be broken down or decomposed by natural processes, typically through the action of microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi, or other biological agents. These pollutants can undergo degradation into simpler, less harmful compounds over time, eventually returning to the environment in non-toxic forms. Examples of biodegradable pollutants include organic materials such as food waste, paper products, sewage, and certain types of plastics designed to break down naturally.

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