Thursday, January 30, 2014
Most of us are environmentally conscious. We recycle, leave no footprint when we camp, take our own bags to the grocery store and purchase environmentally friendly products. We work at respecting our Earth and preserving our planet for future generations.
On top of that, we are critically aware of large-scale contamination and things such as the affect of oil spills on our water quality. The good news is that more and more people are following the tenets of environmental awareness every day. And grand scale corporations are being held accountable for contaminating our environment.
#But there is one pollutant that seems to slip under the radar for most people. And this pollutant is multiplying at an alarming rate.