Ironically, transit facilities such as airports, bus stations, and train stations are threatened by vehicle exhaust, road dust, crowds of people, and high levels of traffic. The soot from diesel exhausts consists of tiny particles that get caught in lungs and can cause health problems. Partially burned fuels contain carcinogenic hydrocarbons. Inside airports, for example, there are food courts, round-the-clock cleaning operations, and outside air pollution entering with the ventilation air. Some airports have...
By ProMark Associates, Inc. based in Skokie, ILLINOIS (USA).
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