Researchers think farms need new air-pollution controls
May 6, 2009
A study into infant mortality around large farming operations suggests that air quality near large farming operations
may be hazardous to children's health, and calls for tougher Clean Air Act regulations on the production of noxious gases around those agricultural operations. Livestock waste is identified as the main culprit, since it produces gases like ammonia and hydrogen sulfide.
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last revised May 2009