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  1. Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles: Standards and Technologies for Controlling Emissions by Asif Faiz, Christopher S. Weaver, et all 1996-12
  2. The Politics of Air Pollution: Urban Growth, Ecological Modernization, and Symbolic Inclusion (Suny Series in Global Environmental Policy) by George A. Gonzalez, 2005-01-30
  3. Water Pollution (True Books: Environment) by Rhonda Lucas Donald, 2002-03
  4. Environmental Inequalities: Class, Race, and Industrial Pollution in Gary, Indiana, 1945-1980 by Andrew Hurley, 1995-02-20
  5. Water Quality: Diffuse Pollution and Watershed Management, 2nd Edition by Vladimir Novotny, 2002-11-15
  6. Zapped: Why Your Cell Phone Shouldn't Be Your Alarm Clock and 1,268 Ways to Outsmart the Hazards of Electronic Pollution by Ann Louise Gittleman, 2010-10-01
  7. Electromagnetic Pollution: a Hidden Stress to Your System by Sabina M. DeVita, 2000
  8. Earth Under Siege: From Air Pollution to Global Change by Richard P. Turco, 2002-02-21
  9. Water Supply and Pollution Control (7th Edition) by Warren Viessman Jr., Mark J. Hammer, 2004-05-14
  10. Air Pollution Engineering Manual by Air & Waste Management Association, 2000-04-06
  11. The Quest for Environmental Justice: Human Rights and the Politics of Pollution
  12. Biofiltration for Air Pollution Control by Joseph S. Devinny, Marc A. Deshusses, et all 1998-10-01
  13. Deceit and Denial: The Deadly Politics of Industrial Pollution (California/Milbank Books on Health and the Public) by Gerald Markowitz, David Rosner, 2003-09-15
  14. Water Pollution and Fish Physiology by Alan G. Heath, 1995-09-14

41. Ohio EPA Office Of Pollution Prevention Main Page Redirect
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42. P2Rx™ Home Page
A consortium of eight regional pollution prevention information centers, which provide pollution prevention information, networking opportunities and other
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44. World Bank - NIPR New Ideas In Pollution Regulation
For researchers, government officials, and citizens interested in understanding and improving control of industrial pollution, especially in developing

45. Pollution Prevention (P2) Pays - N.C. Division Of Pollution Prevention And Envir
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46. Pollution Turns River Red In Central China - International Herald Tribune
Feb 27, 2008 pollution caused part of the river to turn red and foamy, forcing officials to close schools and shut off water to up to 200000 residents.
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    The Associated Press Published: February 27, 2008 document.writeln(''); E-Mail Article Listen to Article Printer-Friendly 3-Column Format Translate Share Article Text Size BEIJING Pollution turned part of a major river system in central China red and foamy, forcing authorities to cut water supplies to as many as 200,000 people, the provincial government and a state news agency said Wednesday. Some communities along tributaries of the Han River - a branch of the Yangtze - in Hubei Province were using emergency water supplies, while at least 60,000 people were relying on bottled water and underground sources, the official Xinhua news agency reported. Residents in some towns were getting water from fire trucks, the Hubei provincial government said on its Web site.

47. E A R P O L L U T I O N
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48. Kentucky Pollution Prevention Center - Home Page , Kentucky Pollution Prevention
The Kentucky pollution Prevention Center (KPPC) at the University of Louisville is the Commonwealth’s primary resource for technical information and
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49. Arctic Pollution's Surprising History
Scientists know that air pollution particles from midlatitude cities migrate to the Arctic and form an ugly haze, but a new University of Utah study finds
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Study: Early explorers saw particulate haze in late 1800s
Scientists know that air pollution particles from mid-latitude cities migrate to the Arctic and form an ugly haze, but a new University of Utah study finds surprising evidence that polar explorers saw the same phenomenon as early as 1870. “The reaction from some colleagues – when we first mentioned that people had seen haze in the late 1800s – was that it was crazy,” says Tim Garrett, assistant professor of meteorology and senior author of the study. “Who would have thought the Arctic could be so polluted back then? Our instinctive reaction is to believe the world was a cleaner place 130 years ago.” The study will be published soon in the March 2008 issue of the Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society. By searching through historic records written by early Arctic explorers, Garrett and his collaborator Lisa Verzella, former undergraduate student at the University of Utah, were able to find evidence of an aerosol “dry haze” that settled onto the ice to form a layer of grayish dust containing metallic particles. The haze and dust were likely the byproducts of smelting and coal combustion generated during the Industrial Revolution. “We searched through open literature, including a report in the second issue of the journal Science in 1883 by the famous Swedish geologist Adolf Erik Nordenskiold, who was the first to describe the haze,” says Garrett. “We also looked through books describing Arctic expeditions that had to be translated from Norwegian and French.”

50. EPA Tightens Pollution Standards -
The Environmental Protection Agency yesterday limited the allowable amount of pollutionforming ozone in the air to 75 parts per billion,
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51. Pollution Prevention Assistance Division
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52. W R P P N - Western Region Pollution Prevention Network
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53. Pollution Engineering
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54. Pollution | Worldwatch Institute
Deep Trouble The Hidden Threat of Groundwater pollution WWP 154. Why Poison Ourselves? Uncovering Groundwater pollution - State of the World 2001
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55. Rimbach Publishing - Pollution Equipment News
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56. Pollution --  Britannica Online Encyclopedia
Britannica online encyclopedia article on pollution the addition of any substance or form of energy (eg, heat, sound, radioactivity) to the environment at
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57. Biological Pollution: Aquatic Invasive Species
The NortheastMidwest Institute is undertaking numerous efforts to prevent the introduction and spread of nonindigenous aquatic nuisance species.
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58. New England Interstate Water Pollution Control Commission
Registration is now open for the 19th Annual Nonpoint Source pollution Conference to be held May 1921, 2008, at the Mystic Marriott Hotel in Groton, Conn.
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  • NEIWPCC is pleased to release an online searchable database of Massachusetts approved wastewater treatment plant operators. Search for operators by last name, town, state, or grade. Visit our website for information about the 19th Annual Nonpoint Source Pollution Conference , held May 19-21, 2008 at the Mystic Marriott Hotel in Groton, Conn. Register for the 17th Annual State Fund Administrators Meeting , taking place from June 8-11 in Charleston, SC. For more information and to register for the meeting, please visit our State Fund website. The registration deadline is May 30. NEIWPCC is inviting proposals for Lake Survey Analysis Please visit our contractor’s page for more details.
  • 59. Toxic Chemicals In Washington Residents — Pollution In People
    pollution in People A Study of Toxic Chemicals in Washingtonians Washington State body burden study.
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    Pollution in People A Study of Toxic Chemicals in Washingtonians Washington State body burden study are all around us - in our air, water, food, the products we use. They're in our bodies too. See what we found in our study... A Study of Toxic Chemicals in Washingtonians Pollution in People - Toxic Free Legacy Coalition (for hCard compliance only; will be hidden by css) Toxic-Free Legacy Coalition 4649 Sunnyside Ave. N. Suite 540 Seattle WA Phone: 206-632-1545 ext 123 Fax: 206-632-8661 Email: site design by Studiohatch ONE/Northwest powered by Plone ONE/Northwest

    60. Energy, Pollution
    Mar 18, 2008 Dominion has admitted that the new power plant it wants to build in the southwest Virginia coalfields isn t all it was made out to be.,0,5593745.story

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