The basic environmental problem of the modern world is atmospheric air pollution. It involves the introduction into the air of solid, warm or gaseous substances that negatively affect human health, climate, nature, water and soil. The main pollutants that get into the atmosphere can be divided into dusts and gases. The emission of dust to the atmosphere is mainly caused by the energy and mining industries. At the moment, leading companies are making great efforts to minimize emissions.
Onerous dusting directly affects human health, living organisms, vegetation, water, soil, roads, buildings, and often expensive equipment. It occurs whenever the wind captures dust from landfills and spreads them around to nearby areas. These impurities are easily transferred even over long distances (up to 500 km). They cause changes in the ambient climate, lung disease of the population, often onerous odor. However, despite the treatments, there is still some nuisance.