Statistics say that tobacco smoking is estimated to be responsible for more than a quarter of cancer deaths in the UK, that is, around 43,000 deaths in 2009 . What if it happens to somebody you know well, or even worse, what happens if it happens to you? It mainly happens because people are allowed to smoke almost where ever they want. It is problematic, but it reduced in the next years because the bans of smoking in certain areas has started. Concluding to those facts they should ban smoking in outdoor public venues. Smoking increases the risk of pollution. Cigarette smoke produces 10 times more air pollution than diesel car exhaust. That fact is not very known by many smokers, therefore they do not think about, how they harm the environment. It is incredible that cigarettes are that toxic. Environmental tobacco smoke produces fine particulate matter, which is the most dangerous element of air pollution for health. Levels indoors can far exceed those outdoors.
Another example of pollution is, when I saw that in a friend’s house the white walls turned brownish, because of the long year indoor smoking. The pollution comes from the cigarette smoke and the toxic products in it. It stuck at the wall and colored the white wall brown. Many problems like this one exist, and you can stop that with quit smoking.