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An ‘Industrial-Scale Glade Plug-In’ Masks Odors from L.A.’s Urban Oil Fields

Public health advocates express concern that the industrial odorizers could be harmful to human health

The 1200-acre Inglewood Oil Field located in the Baldwin Hills area of Los Angeles, CA. Photo: Education Images/Getty Images

AA decade ago, when it was not uncommon for the breeze through Los Angeles’s University Park neighborhood to carry the scent of natural gas, the residents of the area…




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