Time for EPA to step up on air quality
Cleaning up the soot and haze that blankets many of our nation's cities, including right here in Westchester County, will save lives and protect the health of children, older adults, people with lung and heart disease and diabetes.
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Since: Mar 10
Location: smokefree places
#1 Nov 25, 2012
Pollution regulations, as they stand right now, are weak at best. Want to dump chemicals? Just get a permit and dump all you want. The govt just wants to know HOW MUCH you dump, that's all. What a scam. If anything, pollution regulations should be strengthened TENFOLD.
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