The Section of Air, water and soil pollution will include all aspects on the environmental pollution with the special attention to the major environmental media such as air, water and soil. Environmental pollution is one of the most serious problems facing humanity and other life forms on our planet today. Environmental pollution is the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings, wholly or largely as a byproduct of human activities, through direct or indirect effects of the changes in the energy pattern, radiation levels, and chemical and physical constitution and abundance of organisms. Environmental pollution is a global problem which attracts the attention of human beings for its severe long-term consequences. The decline in environmental quality as a consequence of pollution is evidenced by loss of vegetation, biological diversity, excessive amounts of harmful chemicals in the ambient atmosphere and in food grains, and growing risks to the living organisms. Pollution is viewed from different angles by different people but is commonly agreed to be the outcome of urban-industrial and technological development and rapacious and speedy exploitation of natural resources, increased rate of exchange of matter and energy, and ever-increasing industrial wastes or urban effluents.