Industrial pollution is considered as one of the most important sources of environmental pollutants, which may have negative impacts on the human health and environment. This study is conducted with the aim of identifying environmental impacts resulting from air pollutants in Omdurman industrial and residential areas in Khartoum state. The study adopted a scientific method including, environmental measurement of air pollutants (carbon monoxide, sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, volatile organic compounds and particulate matter). These pollutants were measured in nine different sites during the winter and summer seasons of 2012 including two samples per season. The study revealed the following results: the carbon monoxide ( CO) concentration average range was 0 to 7.9 ppm, which fits the allowed locally limits (22.6 ppm) and internationally (35 ppm). Regarding SO2 and NO2, their average concentration ranged between 0 to 0.4 and 0 to 0.27 respectively, and it is also classified within the locally allowed limits( 11.8 and 26.6ppm) and internationally ( 2 and 20 ppm) during the entire year. The average concentration of volatile organic carbon(VOCs) in different locations were between 449 to 2526 ppb which exceeded the limits of permited value (750 ppb). The average values of the particulate matter were from 1.11 to 27.78 ppm which exceeds the international limits of 9 ppm.