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347a34b1-dee2-4555-913e-357400c97a3d Terry Brown BIO2000 Environmental Toxins 4/27/2019 Unit 3 Assignment 1
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There are very many environmental toxins all around us. The one that scares me the most is particle pollution as it is just floating around in the air as we all walk around. Everyone on the planet is susceptible to breathing in particle pollutions in each and every breath we take. There are also many different sources that cause particle pollutions. The particles that compose particle pollution can range from dust, mold, and fungus particles to chemical compounds from fuel emissions. It may come as no surprise that the number one source of air pollution in many cities is automobile emissions. Other sources of emissions can contribute as well: According to Dr. Bonnie Sager, the cofounder of Citizen’s Appeal for Leaf Blower Moderation, the landscaping industry accounts for up to 10 percent of air pollution in the
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