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Air quality issues are generally caused by a combination of airborne pollutants and fine particulate matter which appears as a brownish haze, especially visible on hot summer days.

This polluted air is extremely hazardous to everyone's health, not just young children or the elderly. Many people believe industries are the only cause of air pollution but our daily activities also have a negative effect on the air we breathe.

Driving our cars, idling our cars, heating and cooling our homes are all examples of activities causing air pollution.

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