Which states are the most polluted?

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The top five states are:1.

Ohio2.

Pennsylvania3.

Wisconsin4.

Michigan5.

PennsylvaniaA study from the American Chemical Society found Ohio and Pennsylvania were the most polluting states in 2016.

The state’s ranking of 18th in terms of pollution is tied with West Virginia, which is the sixth-most polluted state.

Pennsylvania has a particularly toxic air quality problem.

Its average daily PM10 concentration was 4,749 micrograms per cubic meter, more than two-thirds higher than the national average of 2,923 microgram per cubic foot.

The state’s annual average daily pollution is 8,094 microgram.

The annual average PM10 in the state of West Virginia is 2,871.

The study also found the state’s carbon emissions were the third-highest among states.

Ohio and West Virginia have the highest carbon emissions per capita.

The nation’s second-highest emissions per person were from South Dakota, which had the third highest average.

The pollution of chemicals is a growing problem for both the American and international chemical industry.

The United States has more than a billion chemicals on the market, according a 2017 report by the United Nations Environment Program.

The chemical industry has more production facilities in the United States than the automotive and aerospace industries combined.

The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency estimates the chemical industry generates $16.9 trillion in annual revenue.

The U.N. Environment Program also projects that the chemical sector employs about one million people.

The United States Department of Labor estimates that the average wage of a chemical worker is $8.83 per hour, compared to the $11.30 average wage for all workers in the economy.

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