Hurricane Pollution Damage Allocation

Harvey, Irma, Jose, Maria, Nate, Bret, and Franklin. This may be a roster of ordinary student names in any classroom in the United States. But over the last several months, these names, unfortunately, have become synonymous with the most intense tropical storms in modern history – packing winds of up to 160 miles/hour, carrying trillions of gallons of rainwater, and leveling anything standing in their way.

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