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Focus on Diesel Exhaust Health Risks: Microsoft Columbia Data Center

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10-02-029September 2010
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Author(s) Cathy Cochrane
Description Microsoft needs an Ecology permit to install more diesel-powered generators that emit diesel exhaust.Diesel engine exhaust is a toxic air pollutant that can cause serious health problems. As part of the permit process, Ecology has reviewed Microsoft’s emissions of diesel engine exhaust and other air pollutants to see if they are a health concern. This focus sheet gives information about Ecology’s review.
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Keywords exhaust, risk assessment, air pollutants, permit, health, toxic, notice of construction, diesel engines, diesel

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