In many localities, it is customary to pile and burn fallen leaves in place. Give an environmental assessment of these activities.

When vegetation is burned, smoke is released into the air, which includes dust, carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides and a number of carcinogenic compounds, as well as dioxins – one of the most toxic substances for humans. To ensure that the leaves are not acidifying the soil, it is better to dispose of the fallen leaves for the benefit of the environment, namely, compost.

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