Satellites, drones join fight against air pollution in Pennsylvania June 12, 2023

Bay Journal

Christina Digiulio, a retired analytical chemist now working for the Pennsylvania chapter of Physicians for Social Responsibility, gets busy when she fields a health complaint from a resident living near a gas well, gas-based petrochemical plant or a landfill that’s accepting fracked-gas waste.

“We are using technology now that the industries have kept to themselves. We are an extension of our own regulatory agencies,” she said.

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