Abrica Salvador

The Coalition for Clean and Safe Ports

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Former Truck Driver at the Ports of Long Beach and Los Angeles, now with the Coalition for Clean and Safe Ports

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The  Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach  account for almost 25% of the region’s diesel emissions.   Studies show  human cancer risks fifteen miles inland, and diesel exhaust has been…

Big Rig Pollution and the Port’s Green Truck Program

The Ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach account for almost 25% of the region’s diesel emissions.  Studies show human cancer risks fifteen miles inland, and diesel exhaust has been…

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