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In Cities, Emissions from Everyday Products Rival Car Emissions

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In Cities, Emissions from Everyday Products Rival Car Emissions

Petroleum-based chemicals in consumer products like soaps and paints drift into the air and contribute as much as car emissions do to air pollution, a new study in the journal Science reports. Emissions from everyday chemical products, say the authors, are likely two or three times greater than currently estimated by government air pollution data in the United States.


By AAAS, USA.


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