Have your car serviced regularly and the motor adjusted to help keep down pollution levels. Use lead-free petrol wherever possible.
   Use public transport and walk whenever possible instead of using your car. It's cheaper and healthier.
  Stick to speed limits when driving. The faster you go, the more petrol you use and the more pollution you create.
  Noise pollution can have a detrimental effect on your hearing and your nervous system. Think of others before reviving up your motorbike or turning up your stereo or television.
  Sort your garbage to separate items that can be recycled, such as glass and paper. If your community does not yet have provision for this, suggest that it should start it.
  Encourage your Local Pollution Control Authority to check regularly air and water pollution levels, and to provide information on any eventual discrepancies.
  Try to use non-fossil fuels, such, as gas, for cooking and heating; this helps to prevent smog, a common occurrence in many large industrial cities.
  Choose environment-friendly products such as sprays that are free from choloro fluorocarbons or detergents with low levels of phosphate.
  Don't throw potentially harmful chemicals into the drainage system. If in doubt, ask your local pharmacy or health authority to advise on disposal.
  Save energy wherever possible-switch off unnecessary lights, put on an extra sweater instead of turning up the heating. The less energy you use, the less carbon dioxide is released into the atmosphere.
  Avoid smoking tobacco in confined spaces. Remember that passive smoking can be harmful for the whole family. And smoking is bad for your health anyway!
  If you cook on an open fire inside your home, be sure that their is proper ventilation. This way you will avoid exposure to harmful smoke and gases.
  Keep household refuse in close bins which cannot be opened by children or animals.
  Do not keep poisonous substances in containers which would normally hold food or drink such as empty wine bottles or soft drink bottles. Keep medicines and harmful chemical products. well out of reach of children.
  Where large families are living in close proximity to one another, keep noise levels from radios, television sets or household machines to a minimum, particularly if there are young children and elderly people in the home.
  Keep floors free from dust and dirt, which may cause the proliferation of insects and microbes. Eliminate the collection of stagnant water around the outside of the home or in the garden. This provides an ideal breeding ground for mosquitoes.
  If, in the work environment, normal conversation is difficult at a distance of one metre, there is the potential for an eventual loss of hearing. If the noise levels cannot be reduced, then ear muffs or plugs do help.
  Proper management and re-use of treated waste water can be an asset to agriculture.
  When using pesticides, read the instructions carefully and keep to the concentrations recommended. Don't use measures or empty containers for any other purpose.
  When spraying pesticides or herbicides, wear light-weight clothing that covers as much of the body as possible.