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Though easy for us to overlook, our bodies are processing air pollutants and particles all day long ‐ using oxygen to power itself and expelling dangerous foreign agents. Most threatening particles are removed right away through coughs or sneezes; but some air we breathe contains agents that nestle themselves deep into our tissues and camp out until we find ourselves with serious health problems, like lung cancer and heart disease.

This is exactly what happens with soot, a particulate matter produced by coal plants and diesel engines, to name a few. The EPA has recently proposed long-overdue initiatives to tighten regulations against soot pollution, requiring cities to meet stricter standards when it comes to soot prevalence.

The EPA is holding a public comment period before these new regulations have the chance to go into effect. Write to the EPA letting them know you support cleaner air and the initiative to keep Americans healthy!

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Dear Environmental Protection Agency Executives:

As you know, over time soot pollution can cause critical and chronic health problems like bronchitis, asthma, lung cancer, heart defects, and death. Soot pollution is a serious issue that needs to be addressed immediately.

The EPA recently introduced long-overdue overhauls to current soot pollution standards, like reducing the amount of soot allowable from 15 micrograms to 12 micrograms. It's changes like these that are needed in order to see reduced rates of pollution-related illness.

I am writing in support of these proposed regulations to ensure we see a decline in the instances of preventable conditions caused by dirty air. Please move forward with the new standards and help make America's air the cleanest it has ever been.

Thank you.

Petition Signatures


Jan 15, 2018 Adeline Wong
Jan 5, 2018 Deborah Bell
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Jan 2, 2018 LESLIE EDSTROM
Dec 19, 2017 T.J. Pitts
Dec 13, 2017 Alice Calkins
Dec 13, 2017 John Dalla
Nov 22, 2017 Kris Peterson
Nov 20, 2017 carol king
Nov 19, 2017 Elise McCoubrie
Nov 19, 2017 Steve Conrad
Nov 19, 2017 Stacey Govito
Nov 18, 2017 Julie du Bois
Nov 15, 2017 Sara Vilhena
Nov 12, 2017 Terry Keck
Nov 8, 2017 Marcia Tomka
Nov 8, 2017 Daniel Weinberger
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Nov 3, 2017 Ari Schwartz
Nov 2, 2017 Jodi Abel
Oct 30, 2017 HELGA Jelus
Oct 29, 2017 Mary Fox
Oct 29, 2017 Mary Maxwell
Oct 29, 2017 Deborah Moore
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Oct 26, 2017 Cathy Dennler
Oct 25, 2017 melissa suarez
Oct 23, 2017 dana newsom
Oct 23, 2017 June Curley
Oct 23, 2017 Dorothy Henry
Oct 21, 2017 Janis Higgins
Oct 18, 2017 Swetlana Frei
Oct 16, 2017 Terri Robb
Oct 14, 2017 Karl-Heinz Braun
Oct 13, 2017 Cassie Alford
Oct 13, 2017 Donna Partin
Oct 9, 2017 Susan Fisher
Oct 4, 2017 Deanna Davidson
Oct 2, 2017 Jodi Landowski
Sep 28, 2017 Sandra Tucker
Sep 26, 2017 Melissa Smith
Sep 22, 2017 Linda Mattice
Sep 22, 2017 Graciela Rodriguez-Sero
Sep 22, 2017 Cori Craft
Sep 22, 2017 Vik Cooke
Sep 18, 2017 Lisa MacAllister
Sep 16, 2017 Lola Schiefelbein
Sep 8, 2017 Inês Correia
Aug 24, 2017 (Name not displayed)
Aug 24, 2017 Lynn Miller

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