The given line graph shows four sector in terms of the amount of acid rain emissions that they produced between 1990 and 2007.
It is clear that the total amount acid rain emission in the UK fell considerably between 1990 and 2007. The most dramatic increase was seen in the electricity, gas and water supply sector. On the other hand the most similar one is a domestic sector.
It can be seen that in 1990 around 3. 4 million tonnes of acid rain emission come from the electricity, gas and water supply sector. The transport and communication sector was responsible for about 0. 7 million tonnes emission, while the domestic sector produced about 0. 6 million tonnes. Just over 2 million tonnes of acid rain gases came from other industries.
Emissions from electricity, gas and water supply fell dramatically to only 0. 5 million tonnes, In 2007, drop of almost 3 million tonnes. While other industries sectors dropped significantly from about 2 million to 1. 3 million tonnes between 1991 and 2007. The transport sector save small increase in emission reaching pick one million tonnes in 2005. And acid rain gas emission sector fell down gradually between 1990 and 2007.