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Natural Events  
 
 

The effects that natural events have on the environment directly and indirectly harmful to people. Forest fires and volcanoes harm air quality. Hurricanes and floods can contaminate water supplies and damage wastewater facilities. Any of these can spread contaminated materials into the environment.

People’s response to natural events can also harm either themselves or the environment. Improper use of portable generators or supplemental heating devices can release deadly carbon monoxide. De-icing agents and ice melting compounds can pollute waterways.

This site provides information about preparing for, dealing with and recovering from the following major natural events:

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