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1 January 1999
In all the talk of limiting carbon dioxide emissions, it must be remembered that wind energy not only saves on CO2, but also on oxides of nitrogen and sulphur and tiny particulates. Some of these escape the filtration systems of even the best coal and oil fired power stations and may cause health problems out of all proportion to their apparently modest amounts when measured by weight.
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