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Diesel Soot Health Impacts

Diesel & Health in America:
Diesel Soot Health Impacts
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Emissions from the 13 million diesel engines in the U.S. are associated with respiratory illness, cancer, heart attacks and premature death. Here, for the first time, Clean Air Task Force presents an interactive web site with national, state, metropolitan area and local (county) estimates of the health impacts of diesel particulate matter.

Learn More about health impacts from diesel exhaust and how the analysis was done.

Read CATF's report Diesel and Health in America: The Lingering Threat

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