A recent report from the Detroit Free Press sheds light on alarming levels of heavy metals discovered in road dust in Detroit, particularly around Wayne State University. Elevated concentrations of lead and chromium have been identified, posing potential risks to public health. The investigation delves into the implications of these findings, exploring the measures being taken to address the contamination and protect the community from exposure to harmful substances.

Read the full article here: Detroit road dust ‘heavily polluted’ with heavy metals, Wayne State study reveals

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