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rapid population growth, environmental impact assessments, water pollution, rehabilitation programs, industrialization

As a small country experiencing rapid population growth and industrialization, Israel faces serious air and water pollution as well as problems disposing of solid and hazardous waste. The government is taking steps to tackle these problems, such as requiring catalytic converters for vehicles, phasing out the use of leaded gasoline, initiating rehabilitation programs for polluted streams, conducting environmental impact assessments for industry, and supervising the production, handling, and disposal of hazardous substances.



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rapid population growth, environmental impact assessments, water pollution, rehabilitation programs, industrialization, small country, hazardous waste, Israel, vehicles, problems, handling, industry

 
 

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