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Naughton Power Plant - 5
Pictures were taken on the third day of my trip to Wyoming in August of 2009. All of the pictures for this day were taken either near the Naughton Power Plant or in Fossil Butte National Monument. https://www.flickr.com/photos/kenneth_hynek/3844780152/
Most local utilities still use fuel-burning plants to produce their Electricity. The burning of those fuels is still one of the main contributing sources of CO2 emissions in the United States. Other forms of general transportation: Yes, other forms of transportation such as buses, trains, planes, etc also produce emissions.
Shipping Industry each ship has the potential of emitting over 150,000 tons of CO2 every year? Trucking Industry:
The U.S. trucking industry alone is estimated to be more than 15 million trucks strong.
Manufacturing: Aside from the plants which are there to produce electricity and energy, there are many plants used solely for manufacturing. Manufacturers of products such as steel, iron, cement, chemicals, etc. produce a large volume of emissions during the chemical process involved in making their product. There are also petroleum based products manufactured, including those used in plastics, solvents, and lubricants which can dissolve or wear out over time thus generating further emissions.
Wood-Burning Stoves/Home Heating Oil: Both of these methods, while often considered “greener”, still produce emissions. Animals produce some form of emissions.
“. A single cow can produce up to 1000 liters of toxic gas each day? Gardening/Farming Equipment powered by gasoline/diesel: Just as with the cars we drive, any gardening or farming equipment powered by gasoline/diesel is going to produce