Support for Clean Fuels Continues to Grow January 10, 2020

Port of Seattle

“A UW study last month at Sea-Tac showed higher levels of ultrafine particles from aviation fuel, pollution that could possibly have serious effects on the lungs of local communities and workers. Cleaner fuels would be a good step to improving air quality for all,” said Annemarie Dooley, MD, Washington PSR.

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