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Colorado air quality plan approved

It's no secret that some cities have better air quality than others. However, most would probably think that a state known for its mountainous terrain and crisp, clean snow would have no problem at all with air pollution.

But the Denver Post reports that the state does in fact deal with its air pollution concerns. For this reason, federal environmental officials have recently approved Colorado's air quality plan. It was approved by the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission and the United States Environmental Protection Agency. The goal of the air quality plan is to reduce emissions by 70,000 tons of pollution per year, reveals the news outlet.

"This plan will significantly reduce emissions and improve visibility, and Colorado will realize significant public health benefits," Dr. Christopher E. Urbina, executive director of the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment, said according to the North Colorado Business Journal. "It is a great example of the leadership role Colorado has taken for so long in public health and environmental protection."

Colorado's efforts toward protecting the health of the community and the environment through this plan are something every state should follow. Families can also make a difference in the quality of the air they breathe by using home air purification inside their houses to make sure the air is free of toxins and other potentially harmful substances.

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