Much of the concern with respect to health impacts will hinge on air emissions. Given uncertainties about the exact effects of many chemicals, and the undisputed toxic nature of many of the substances released, it is not possible to say that emission levels are safe.
Several pollutants found in incinerator emissions cause cancer.
Exposure to hazardous substances may lead to acute and chronic health effects, and may potentially cause long-term public health and environmental impacts. Uncontrolled hazardous materials and debris pose significant threats to public health through inhalation of dust particles.
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Which Industries are at Risk with Incinerator and Garbage Emissions?