Forbes Names Top 10 Cleanest Cities in the U.S. for 2008

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Forbes
 has just released their list of the 10 cleanest cities in the United States and the state of Florida has taken the cake with four of the cities! The list was compiled based on air pollution levels, waste management, water quality, and sidewalks. Coming in first is Miami with their low pollution and high water quality, followed by Seattle and Jacksonville in 2nd and 3rd, respectively.

The rest of the list is as follows:

4. Orlando
5. Portland
6. San Fransisco
7. Oklahoma City
8. Tampa-St.Petersburg
9. Minneapolis-St.Paul
10. San Jose-SunnyvaleIf you happen to live in one of these areas consider yourself lucky.

And if not, think about what you can do within your own city to make next year’s list!

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