Oil Sands A Leading Polluter

Alberta’s oil sands produce levels of air pollution comparable to a large city, says new Environment Canada research. Scientists said open-pit mining in northern Alberta emits up to 84 tonnes a day of secondary organic aerosols: “It stands to reason these particles may be a health issue”.

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