OSU Wristbands Track Pollution Exposure

CORVALLIS, Ore. – Oregon State University scientists have developed a wristband that can track everyday pollution that any given person is exposed to. The silicone bracelet, which looks like a Livestrong wristband, soaks in the same chemicals that humans would also absorb. β€œIt can mimic a cell,” said OSU Professor Kim Anderson, who is working … Continue reading »

Springfield Buses Emit Fewer Toxins

SPRINGFIELD, Ore. — School buses in Springfield will be putting fewer toxins in the air. The five-year project to get the buses up to EPA standards is coming to an end. The district says all 66 of its buses no longer emit that heavy soot most buses put into the air. Mechanics installed filters on … Continue reading »