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Landfill pollution

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Something just aint right that landfills can do so much harm in polluting the air in our local communities. A person can really go thru a brain storm trying to remedy the dilema. Concluding that larg fans can be placed underground aiming straight up around the perrimeter of the site. Placeing the fans underground to keep the noise level down. Until maybey the fans can be suspended in mid air using solar power.
chimp, Sep 04 2004

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       wow. moving your polution elsewhere. what an original idea. [-]   

       oh yeah, and lern 2 spel!   

       also, welcome to the hb.
schematics, Sep 04 2004
  

       How do fans reduce air pollution? I'm not a big fan of this plan.
Amos Kito, Sep 04 2004
  

       I think they suck the polluted air so high into the atmosphere that it falls on people too foreign for locals to care about.   

       This same approach was commonly used in UK factories until we found out our pollution was causing acid rain in Scandinavia.
Aristotle, Sep 04 2004
  

       Forget the landfill pollution, it's the current crop of bakery pollution I'm worried about.
RayfordSteele, Sep 04 2004
  
      
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