The US is taking a hard line on air pollution, and now it’s banning certain types of air pollution using an ultrasonic cleaner.
It’s not the first time the US has taken a stand on this issue.
But what makes this ban so noteworthy is that it’s also the first in a series of measures being implemented in Canada to combat air pollution.
Canada has taken action against PM2.5 and particulate matter as well, with the government introducing a new air quality standards for each of these pollutants, according to a report from Environment Canada.
The PM2, or tiny particles, have the highest risk of causing respiratory and cardiovascular problems.PM10, or more than 100 micrograms per cubic meter, are considered the most harmful and the main cause of asthma attacks, as well as other respiratory problems.
They can also cause skin irritation and lung damage.
PM2’s and PM10’s are the primary culprits responsible for air pollution in the United States, and they’re not the only ones.
According to a study by the Environmental Protection Agency, the country has more than 3.4 million days of high pollution days, which means we’ve had more than 1.6 million days where pollutants have caused serious air quality problems.
Canada is also the only country in the world to ban the sale of some of these products, according a report by Environment Canada and the World Health Organization.