Toxic substances and toxic wastes are a huge problem in the environment these days. Toxic substances are very harmful to the environment and can lead to many different problems. It can cause water pollution and contaminated water can harm the aquatic organisms . Toxic pesticides can run off the surface and enter the ocean and radioactive toxic wastes can contaminate soil. Toxic substances not only affect the environment but also affect human health by accumulating in the body. But there one superhero who fights with these toxic wastes to keep our environment clean. Mr. Toxic Free (Tony Freeman) is a University professor of Toxicology and an expert at toxic substances and wastes. He works at night to find toxic wastes and fights with her worst enemy Father Toxane to clean the toxins and our environment. Father Toxane can change his appearance into many different toxic substances such as toxic pesticides, dioxins, PBC's and radioactive toxic wastes. Mr. Toxic Free uses his superpowers and super tools to fight toxic wastes. Mr. Toxic Free became an environmental superhero when his city had been seriously affected by toxic substances. He thought he needed to change the environment by fighting toxic substances.
Since Mr. Toxic Free is a university professor of Toxicology, he has a lot knowledge about toxic substances/wastes and how to deal with it. But he also needed to train himself and acquire some super powers that will help him clean the environment quickly and effectively. Before becoming an environmental superhero, he trained himself for almost 10 years. After 10 years of research and training, Mr. Toxic Free had acquired three super powers to help him fight the toxic substance: sucking all the toxi...
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