Who exhaust gases attributed to the group of increased risk to health

It was always known that the exhaust gases of cars is extremely harmful not only to humans, but also animals and plants. Today, however, scientists have said about their extreme mortal danger. According to researchers from the world health organization, the gases have a high degree of Carcinogenicity and have the ability to trigger the development of cancer of the bladder and lung.

Previously diesel engine exhaust were classified as group 2A, since they were considered as possible carcinogens. But today, these emissions are classified as extremely hazardous to health group 1.

In the course of research scientists analysed the health of people at risk: railway workers, miners and truck drivers, who in the course of their business are forced to breathe polluted air. It turned out that the representatives of the above professions are more likely to get cancer than workers in other industries.

At the same time, scientists have made a statement that to breathe the exhaust of the engines have to absolutely anyone, regardless of their profession, because of the harmful effects of exhaust gases today are not protected by anybody.

People today inhale exhaust not only from their own machines, but also from cars "brothers on steering wheel", from planes, trains and other technical means. Experts believe the who, gases from automobiles harmful and caused them damage experts equate to the abuse of alcohol, ultraviolet radiation and plutonium.

In response to expert opinion transporters have argued that every year the engines of the diesel type produced less hazardous to health, for science and technical progress does not stand still, and therefore are constantly new products based on the invention of new methods of neutralization of exhaust gases.

The scientists who made an appeal to all countries of the world, urging as possible to actively deal with the above problem, making it a top priority especially important for the survival of humanity as a whole.

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