Question: The pie chart below shows the sources of air pollution in a city. Describe the chart in 150 words. You should highlight and summarize the information given in the chart.
Sources of a City Pollution
Answer: The pie chart shows the pollutions of a city with five different sources. These are the vehicles, industries, power plants, heating or air conditioning and waste disposals. The chart shows that the highest level of pollution is caused by vehicles, and it covers 60% of the total pollution. The second rate of pollution is caused by industries which cover 17%, of the total pollution. The third sources are the power plants which covers 14% pollution. Heating or air conditioning sources also contribute to pollution which is 6% of the total. Next comes the pollution by waste disposal which is 3% of the total. From the chart, it also becomes clear that the rate of pollution is very close by industries (17%) and by power plants (14%). But the highest level of pollution is caused by vehicles. The lowest rate of pollution has been caused by waste disposal. It is also clear that the rate of pollution by heating and air conditioning is double the rate by waste disposal. The sources of pollutions chronologically from the lowest to the highest are waste disposal, heating, and air conditioning, power plants, industries, and vehicles.