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Where does pollution comes from?

Image of Carson in the classroom. Carson is pointing to the blackboard as four students look on.
Although much of the pollution in our air comes from power plants, industrial sources, automobiles, and trucks, each one of us can do our own little part to make our air cleaner. We can all work together to make small, simple changes in our daily activities to help improve overall air quality and public health.
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One response to “Where does pollution comes from?

  1. Pediaguide ⋅

    Hi there,

    your posts are very good. You are having nice posts in a simple easy to understand language. I am sure it helps everyone visiting the site to understand the need for environment protection and fight against pollution.

    Thanks

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