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The hydrovac trucks generate potentially toxic slurry waste.
I also think that media buying has a very aggressive, toxic culture tied to it.
They require lots of energy and produce large volumes of toxic gas too, creating more pollution and leaving a large carbon footprint.
A working sense of taste also helps protect us from eating something spoiled or toxic.
Other MOFs can filter toxic chemicals from the air and then store them or help break them down.
Later, this element was phased out over concern about how toxic it is.
Most cancer treatments involve surgery, chemical poisons or toxic radiation.
When the orcas go hungry, they burn that fat, releasing toxic chemicals into the blood where they can now harm the whales.
His work focuses on impacts of toxic chemicals on the brain.
Evans eventually began working with a less-powerful version of the drug, with the assumption it would be less toxic.

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