Petroleum-based chemicals in cleaning products, perfumes and pesticides now cause as much air pollution as vehicles

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(Natural News) It’s hard to imagine items like household cleaners, paints, and perfumes causing as much air pollution as cars and trucks. But a new study backed by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and several research foundations determined that petroleum-based products cause almost half the air pollution in urban areas. According to the study, people use fifteen…

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