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Environmental Justice Risks from Hyper-Local Monitoring are Exaggerated

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However, the monitors used over-estimated inhalable particulate concentrations considerably, particularly at the higher rates they claimed are hurting local communities. As a result, the numbers that they claim prove the need to act are incorrect.

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