If your nearby lake is in close proximity to a highway, feel twice about paddling there.
A new review at Florida Point out College observed when asphalt, sunlight, and rainwater combine, higher concentrations of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), recognized carcinogens, are leached into the drinking water. How fearful really should you be about toxic runoff drinking water?
Scientists are just commencing to draw conclusions, but suspect the picture is not quite. In the meantime, go paddling on cleaner waters absent from big highways.
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