How To Stop Air Pollution
How To Stop Air Pollution
How to help, lessen and even AIR pollution in your community:
The number one biggest thing that you can do is to drive less.
Vehicle emissions are one of the major sources of air pollution. Join with your local community to think of ways to get things done that don’t require a car, such as bikes and transit systems. If you must drive, if you can, switch to electric vehicles. See more specific ways below in other categories.
When Elevated Air Particle Levels are Forecasted, Do Your Part to Reduce Air Pollution by:
- Don’t burn leaves, trash, and other smoky materials.
- Don’t use gas-powered lawn and garden equipment like blowers.
- Delay the number of trips you take in your car or motorcycle.
- Lessen your fireplace and wood stove usage.
- Don’t barbeque in your grill.
If Elevated Air Ozone Levels are Forecasted, Do Your Part to Reduce Air Pollution by:
- Reduce idling of your automobile and motorcycle.
- Conserve your electricity and make shorter excursions. Set air conditioners at a minimum of 77 degrees. Instead of driving alone consider sharing a ride to work or use public transportation.
- Combine errands by careful planning with less trips.
- Walk whenever possible or ride a bike.
- Reduce hair sprays and spray deodorants.
General Things You Can Do to Reduce Air Pollution in Your City:
- Basically, try to conserve energy as much as possible – at home, at work, everywhere.
- Check to make sure that your tires are properly inflated.
- Mulch or compost your leaves and yard waste.
- Use low energy labels when purchasing personal or business equipment.
- Carpool, take trains and busses, bike, or walk when they are available.
- Keep your car, boat, and other engines properly tuned up.
- Don’t burn smoky things in your fireplace.
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