Natural gas used in homes contains a hazardous air pollutant

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Natural gas is being used in many homes around the world for cooking, warming homes, and water heaters. Research done in Boston showed the chemical compound of natural gas when it reaches homes contains a hazardous air pollutant that is also related to cancer. Small gas leaks are also dangerous.

 

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