Environmental Engineering in CE

High concentration of carcinogenic hydrocarbon pollutants in atmospheric air causes_____.

  • A. Cancer
  • B. Silicosis
  • C. Respiratory disease (e.g., asthma)
  • D. Reduced crop yield
Answer: Option A.
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