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Health Effects of Diesel Exhaust

The World Health Organization (WHO) announced in June 2012 that diesel exhaust causes cancer in humans and called for tighter standards. A professor of respiratory toxicology at the University of Edinburgh told CBS News, “It’s pretty well known that if you get enough exposure to diesel, it’s a carcinogen.”

The exhaust from engines burning diesel fuel is a complex mixture of gases and fine particles. Anytime an apparatus is operated inside a building, those toxic substances can be inhaled. Exhaust residue also adheres to walls and other surfaces (clothing, furniture, etc.) and is absorbed through the skin.

Warnings from environmental and occupational agencies:

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