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Name: 1.How much solid waste does the average human in the United State produce each day? 2.Why are landfills becoming less of an option for disposing of solid waste? It takes up land 3.How do landfills contribute to air pollution? How do landfills contribute to water pollution? They produce dangerous gases when decomposing. They contribute to water
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  • Summer '17
  • j.carter
  • Waste, Biodegradable waste, solid waste

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