A recent American Lung Assn. report warns of increases in auto exhaust toxics – including greater discharge of carcinogenic benzene – if existing state emissions-testing (I/M) programs are canceled. The ALA’s report cautions of potential adverse health effects from increased discharge of benzene and three other toxics – formaldehyde, acetaldehyde and 1, 3 butadiene – from gasoline engines if the emissions-testing programs are eliminated. But Paul Moynihan of M.J.Bradley & ...
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