Indoor air pollution is 10 times higher in Clarksville than in smoke-free Louisville - WDRB 41 Louisville News

Indoor air pollution is 10 times higher in Clarksville than in smoke-free Louisville

A new study shows indoor air pollution is 10 times higher in Clarksville than in smoke-free Louisville.  The study was announced by Indiana Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Thursday.

Indoor air quality was tested in five locations in Clarksville in November of last year.  The businesses included four restuarants and one bar.  The testing was done as part of an ongoing evaluation of tobacco-related issues across the state.

The city of Clarksville does not have a smoking-ban.

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