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Diesel pollution in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County neighborhoods

The Ohio Environmental Council has published a report, "Cleveland Diesel Hot Spots - Dirty, Detrimental, and Deadly" at its website. A table in the July 2007 report provides a listing of the percent of the population by community that live in areas of diesel pollution that pose health risks beyond those from normal background levels. See pages 6-8 in the report.

The link address is: http://www.theoec.org/PDFs/Air/AirDieselCleHS.pdf

Posted by db last modified January 20, 2010 Copyright: Ohio Environmental Council (report)

Keywords: Advocacy, Air Quality, Asthma, County, Environment, Local, Municipal, Respiratory Diseases, Statistics

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