UW Scientist Tracks Airborne Mercury From China

Allison Roberts News

Smaller amounts of toxic pollution are falling out of the sky onto the Puget Sound basin than 20 years ago. That according to new federal research. But one independent scientist says the gains in the region are partially offset by more pollution blowing in from faraway foreign sources. Correspondent Doug Nadvornick explains.

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