Opponents of the “cash for clunkers” claim that the program is adding to pollution rather than eliminating it. According to Gwen Ottinger, a researcher for the Chemical Heritage Foundation’s Center for Contemporary History and Policy in Philadelphia, destroying cars and recycling materials has its own environmental costs. Others protest that there isn’t enough information and data to support the claims of so-called “energy efficient” vehicles. However, the Obama administration continues to stand behind the program despite naysayers claims that it is a gross misallocation of taxpayer dollars.
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