Look at this unpleasant and unsanitary mess we found at Forsyth Park.
The play site is covered with cigarette butts.
It’s one reason why these moms moved their exercise routine to another location in the park.
“I don’t want someone else’s cigarette butt that they’ve had their mouth on with rat poison or whatevers in nicotine to go in my child. It’s not what I would want and it’s a public place, says Blair Murray Ream more »
A story appeared today in USA Today’s Green House section about efforts around the world to start recycling cigarette butts. When I saw it, I almost yelled out, “Hallelujah!” in the middle of my office.
If there’s one thing I could eliminate from my environment, it would be discarded cigarette butts. Ream more »
Suddenly your lungs have been blackened as your immune system tries to expel the toxins, forcing you to cough. You failed to notice that fellow Cougar in front of you holding a cigarette. Better luck next time.
The US Surgeon General, the nation’s leading spokesperson on public health, has continuously reported that there is absolutely no level of safe exposure to secondhand smoke.
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Since the Chinese are the ones consuming one third of the world’s cigarettes, the Chinese scientists were able to find an efficient use for the chemicals produced by cigarette butts when immersed in water, and which usually are toxic enough to kill invasive species fish when ending up in the sea. Read more