Though rain can help keep dust from blowing around, it’s not always enough to clean the air from high concentrations of particulate matter, dust, pollen, soot or smoke, said Anthony Presto, outreach and communications representative for the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District.
Though rain can help keep dust from blowing around, it’s not always enough to clean the air from high concentrations of particulate matter, dust, pollen, soot or smoke, said Anthony Presto, outreach and communications representative for the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District. Brianna Calix bcalix@mercedsun-star.com
Though rain can help keep dust from blowing around, it’s not always enough to clean the air from high concentrations of particulate matter, dust, pollen, soot or smoke, said Anthony Presto, outreach and communications representative for the San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District. Brianna Calix bcalix@mercedsun-star.com

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