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Hawaii volcano eruption: Acid rain from Kilauea could enter DRINKING WATER, warn experts

Wednesday, July 11, 2018 2:38
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ACID rain is falling on Hawaii’s Big Island as sulphur dioxide (CO2) from Kilauea volcano being pumped into the atmosphere – with public health officials fearing it could contaminate drinking water.

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  • raburgeson

    Sulfur dioxide is not CO2. Yes we could get a little acid rain. Limestone takes care of that. The offset is cooling the atmosphere. Jobs quarrying limestone and hauling it. Heaven forbid we don’t want anyone working.

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