Air Pollution in the United States

Air Pollution in the United States - Jessica Lester Mrs...

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Jessica Lester Mrs. Griggs English 101 October 26, 2004 “Air Pollution in the United States” With the ozone layer depleting at our finger tips, many questions come to mind as to why? Erosion, aerosol cans, and littering come to mind, but the main problem seems to be air pollution. Air pollution is everywhere you turn and cannot be controlled without harming the economy. So what are the causes and effects of air pollution in the Untied States? There are many causes of air pollution such as exhaust from automobiles and public transportation, soot from industry smokestacks, and corruption at service and inspection stations. Exhaust from automobiles and public transportation seems to be the number one problem is large cities. Large buses put out more pollution than any other vehicle. Soot from industry smokestacks is released into the air and particles form these stacks spread onto the tops of smaller buildings and homes. Inspection stations and service stations often do not dispose of hazardous waste in the manner they are to be
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