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Environmental protection

Introduction: Environmental protection

Description of Environmental protection

Environmental protection: protection of the environment by policies, procedures, facilities, programs, and equipment which abate and control pollution in the areas of air, water, solid waste, noise, radiation, and toxic substances.
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