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Garbage Trucks Are Choking South Bronx and North Brooklyn: Study

Residents of the South Bronx and North Brooklyn are breathing high levels of diesel emissions emitted from garbage trucks, putting them at elevated risk of respiratory disease, according to a new study from a coalition of unions and community groups. [ more › ]
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