Truck Exhaust Pollution Along Manali-Leh Highway In Himalaya Mountains Quantified — Huge Concentrations Of Sulfur Found In Soil (From Diesel Vehicles)

Air pollution from internal combustion engine vehicle use is altering the environment notably, even along the remote Manali-Leh Highway in the Himalaya Mountains in India, new research from the University of Cincinnati has found

Truck Exhaust Pollution Along Manali-Leh Highway In Himalaya Mountains Quantified — Huge Concentrations Of Sulfur Found In Soil (From Diesel Vehicles) was originally published on CleanTechnica.

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