There has been a growing interest in ways we can prevent the distressing effects of pollution in an individual’s respiratory system. So according to Schiopu et al. (2007) They have stated that The biggest part of the total municipal waste is represented by the household waste and similar waste, generated from households, respectively from economic units, commercial activities, offices, public institutions, sanitary establishments. Which is true due to the fact that after our personal usage of these items we know that there will always be waste and that most of these wastes cannot be recycled.There are so many commuters in our country today and these commuters usually get sick or Asthma when they commute because of the pollution in our country today which is a major issue. Air pollution needs to be solved soon because according to Song (2002) he stated that Several recent studies have identified inverted-U relationships between pollution and economic development. We investigate this question using a cross-national panel of data on emissions of four important air pollutants: suspended particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, oxides of nitrogen, and carbon monoxide. We find that per capita emissions of all four pollutants exhibit inverted-U relationships with per capita GDP. While this suggests that emissions will decr ease in the very long run, we forecast continued rapid growth in global emissions over the next several decades. Together with the same stand Dockery et al. (1993) states that Mortality rates were most strongly associated with cigarette smoking. After adjusting for smoking and other risk factors, we observed statistically significant and robust associations between air pollution and mortality. The adjusted mortality-rate ratio for the most polluted of the cities as compared with the least polluted was 1.26 (95 percent confidence interval, 1.08 to 1.47). Air pollution was positively associated with death from lung cancer and cardiopulmonary disease but not with death from other causes considered together. Mortality was most strongly associated with air pollution with fine particulates, including sulfates. And that although the effects of other, unmeasured risk factors cannot be excluded with certainty, these results suggest that fine-particulate air pollution, or a more complex pollution mixture associated with fine particulate matter, contributes to excess mortality in certain U.S. cities. With the vast increase in car population their will surely be an increase also in bad air pollution which will also increase the number of people affected by this. So let us focus on what pollution could do to our lives. So first according to C. Arden Pope III, PhD; Richard T. Burnett, PhD; Michael J. Thun, MD; et al. They have proved that Fine particulate and sulfur oxide-related air pollutions is an important environmental risk factor for cardiopulmonary and lung cancer mortality. While according to Brunekreef, B., & Holgate, S. (2002). Air pollution and health. The Lancet, 360(9341), 1233-1242. doi:10.1016/s0140-6736(02)11274-8. “Exposure to pollutants such as airborne participate matter and ozone has been associated with increases in mortality and hospital admissions due to respiratory and cardiovascular disease.” So we in their study they were able to prove it by doing short-term studies, which are simple day-to-day activities. And also according to Barker et al. (1961) they have stated that Returning now to a consideration of the systemic health effects of air pollution, we find that among the agents that may cause such effects and are found as pollutants are the following: beryllium and jts compounds, manganese compounds, carbon monoxide, fluorides, radioactive isotopes, aeroallergens, carcinogens and insecticides. As we all know Pollution in our country today has always been a constant problem that has been unresolved. According to Rocces (2002) he has stated that The Metro Manila pollution is caused by two things. First and foremost is the exhaust from motor vehicles. Second, the exhaust from factories and even first class hotels in Metro Manila. We still use leaded gasoline which has been banned in advanced countries and, sad to say, it is a very common sight to see cars and trucks that are obviously violating the anti-pollution laws but seldom do you see their drivers apprehended by the police. There are also factories that spew out not only thick black smoke but that dump chemicals into our creeks and rivers, but that, too, continues unabated. Every morning, we take a walk and it is obvious that many of the hotels burn their garbage on their top floors. Manila Mayor Lito Atienza has taken steps to transfer the Pandacan oil depot out of his city. This is because they pose a danger to the entire area in the event that a fire breaks out. That is very true. But the greater danger is environmental pollution. Steps should be taken t.o slowly move all factories that pollute out of Metro Manila. And we all know that these are what is actually happening to our country today. Many ways have been tried to solve pollution in the Philippines. One of them was that purifying paint that absorbs pollution. So the city launched the world’s first air cleaning public art project, on May 07, 2012. With the use of a special paint from Boysen, called Boysen KNOxOUT, that is able to filter out nitrogen oxides (NOx), one of the principal air pollutants. The paint not only reduces air pollution, the city is applying it with a beautifying approach. Instead of just slathering the paint, they have commissioned curators and artists to do the paint job. Murals are painted along the main highway which is also the main source of smog. Making the city roadways more attractive, while reducing air pollution. So many ideas have come and go but then never continue. Because one of the main reasons is that Filipinos are hard headed. And according to Dy (2014) There is no use if the government is the only one doing the job, people need to cooperate and coordinate to the government as much as possible. In order to do this, there should be proper and strict discipline for everyone. If these things add to air pollution in the environment, then people must be responsible enough to do the right actions without being told by the government agencies.