When disinfectant mist spreads across the globe, scientists say it’s not a new problem

A new study shows how an air pollutant mist can spread across the world in a way that can disrupt global air quality.

It also shows that this is a new threat that scientists can only hope to combat with technology.

The study was published online today (Dec. 15) in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.

It shows that while air pollution is the most prevalent global pollutant, a large number of other air pollutants also can become airborne as mist particles, including particulate matter, water vapor and nitrogen dioxide, researchers say.

This is what happens when mist from a car exhaust or vehicle exhaust can spread over the globe.

Researchers say this phenomenon can disrupt the quality of air in parts of the world that normally experience less pollution.

What’s happening in the study?

Researchers found that some pollutants are migrating to areas where they don’t normally exist.

The researchers also looked at the effects of mist particles on global climate.

What can be done to fight this global pollutante problem?

First, scientists recommend that cities build barriers to keep pollution from spreading.

Second, they recommend building barrier barriers around cars that can be removed if pollution persists.

Third, researchers suggest that cities use sensors to monitor mist particles.

Finally, they suggest building air purification equipment to remove pollution particles from the air.

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