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TEXAS WEEK

September 7, 2012 | Air Quality Concerns

  • Aired: 09/07/2012
  • 27:56
  • Rating: NR
Ozone readings in San Antonio have confirmed that for the first time we have violated Environmental Protection Agency standards and may be subject to strict federal clean air guidelines. The higher ozone levels may be related to the oil and gas boom of the Eagle Ford shale and from pollution that drifted here from Mexico East Texas and the East Coast.
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San Antonio has violated federal clean air standards.
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