AIMAN INAM NEW DELHI: A recent report from the Central Pollution Control Board (CPCB) here has exposed that diesel discharges from heavy motor vehicles (like trucks) have been badly affecting human physiology. According to the details, mentioned in the report, 12 percent air pollution is caused by diesel emitting trucks. A researcher from the Centre for Science and Environment (CSE), Polash Mukherjee stated: “As per the World Health Organisation, diesel emission is considered as a Class One carcinogenic and diesel emission coated with dust causes huge damage to human physiology.” He further said that road dust; vehicular emission and industrial biomass are the main causes by which poisonous pollution is spread in the air.
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