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Why is preventing pollution at its source the first strategy in minimizing environmental risk? a. It is easier and more effective to prevent pollution than to clean up and dispose of
waste. b. Remediation of contamination is easier than pollution prevention. c. Habitat restoration cannot be undertaken with modern technologies. d. Safe waste disposal is the easiest way to minimize environmental risk.
Preventing pollution at its source should be the first strategy in minimizing environmental risk because: It is easier and more effective to prevent pollution than to clean up and dispose of waste.
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User: Why is preventing pollution at its source the first strategy in minimizing environmental risk? a. It is easier and more effective to prevent pollution than to clean up and dispose of waste. b. Remediation of contamination is easier than pollution prevention. c. Habitat restoration cannot be undertaken with modern technologies. d. Safe waste disposal is the easiest way to minimize environmental risk.

Weegy: The answer is d. Safe waste disposal is the easiest way to minimize environmental risk.
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Preventing pollution at its source should be the first strategy in minimizing environmental risk because: It is easier and more effective to prevent pollution than to clean up and dispose of waste.
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