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Old 09-22-2010, 02:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Reduce pollution- save the environment

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As the traffic is increasing day by day it is a very much environmental harming issue. Due to pollution the main factor is increase in global warming.So the vehicle users should take care of their vehicle that it produce less pollution.Because the pollution is the main harmful factors in destroying the environmental conditions.So make living conditions one should have to think ideas to reduce pollution in the environment.For this they should have to use good fuel, green products etc.


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Not just pollution but over consumption of products removes natural resources and adds pollution and fills valleys with our garbage.
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Fewer polluters = each one has to work harder to pollute
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