Urban road dust contains anthropogenic components at toxic concentrations
which can be hazardous to human health. A total of 36 road dust samples from
five different urban areas, a commercial (CM), a high traffic (HT), a park (GR), a
rail station (LRT), and a residential area (RD), were collected in Kuala Lumpur
City followed by investigation into compositions, sources, and human health
risks.

Categories: Kesihatan Alam Sekitar, Sosioekonomi
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