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How do scrubbers reduce the impact of coal use? a. Scrubbers remove all harmful emissions from smoke before it leaves the plant. b. Scrubbers remove nearly all carbon dioxide from smoke of coal power
plants. c. Scrubbers remove sulfur from the smoke of coal power plants. d. Scrubbers remove large particulates from the smoke of coal power plants.
How do scrubbers reduce the impact of coal use? The answer is d. Scrubbers remove large particulates from the smoke of coal power plants. [smile]
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