2011 Proving to Be a Bad Year for Air Quality in Texas
Published: December 10, 2011
Nestled near subdivisions north of Fort Worth stands equipment that measures air pollutants. On 26 days this year, readings at the site showed higher concentrations of lung-damaging ozone than allowed by federal air-quality standards.
“Every place in Texas suffered worse air quality this year, but Dallas was a particularly extreme case,” said David Allen, a chemical engineering professor at the University of Texas who also directs a state air-quality program.
Read the full story here: The New York Times
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- Investigate Your Indoor Air Quality (everydayhealth.com)