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CAA1 The Clean Air Act (CAA) The Clean Air Act (CAA)

welfare while fostering a beneficial productive capacity OverviewOverview CAA7 History of Air Pollution Control Current air pollution laws are based on:  Air Pollution Control Act of 1955  Clean Air Act of 1963 (as amended)  Air Quality Act of 1967  Significant amendments in 1970, 1977, and 1990 CAA8 Air Pollution Control Act of 1955 This law specifically states that: “the prevention and control of air pollution at its source is the primary responsibility of State and local/


G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 14 th Edition Chapter 20 Air Pollution.

differential between inside and outside of house location of leaks in building envelope Solutions: Preventing and Reducing Air Pollution  Clean Air Act  National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS)  Primary and secondary standards  Emissions trading The Clean Air Act Congress found: Most people now live in urban areas Growth results in air pollution Air pollution endangers living things It decided: Prevention and control at the source was appropriate Such efforts are the/


Management of National Air Quality  Emission Standards  Air Quality Standards  Pollution Taxes  Cost - Benefit Analysis  Risk Standards.

1970 Clean Air Amendments, Air Pollution Laws were sometimes similar to Water Pollution Laws Air Pollution Related Acts  Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act of 1947  Air Pollution Act of 1955 ( Jul.14, 1955 ) ; P -84/159  Air Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1960 and 1962(Oct. 9, 1962) ; PL-87/761  The Clean Air Act of 1963 ( Dec. 1963 ) ; PL - 88 / 206  Motor Vehicle Air pollution Control Act of 1965 ( Oct. 1965 ) ; PL-89/272  Air Quality Act of 1967/


Reducing Pollution from Power Plants Joe Bryson US EPA Office of Air and Radiation November 16, 2010 National Association of State Utility Consumer Advocates.

Managing impacts on power sector Summary For more information Appendix –Additional detail on power sector regulations 3 The US Power Sector and Air Pollution Much of EPA’s clean air agenda over the past decade was declared inconsistent with the Clean Air Act, and so EPA must revisit those regulations. EPA now must promulgate a series of regulations that will require that the electricity generating/


Fundamentals of air PollutionAir Quality Management Yaacov Mamane Visiting Scientist NCR, Rome Dec 2006 - May 2007 CNR, Monterotondo, Italy.

possible, the development of local emission factors is highly desirable. Industry In many industrialized cities across the globe, pollution from stationary industrial sources is a major component of urban air quality management. U.S. EPA has categorized sources of hazardous air pollutants (HAPs). U.S. Clean Air Act define two types of stationary sources : major or area. (Large or small).major or area Transportation Mobile sources/


Chapter 18: Air Pollution In this chapter the following topics will be covered: The major categories and sources of air pollution Conventional & unconventional.

cost-effective manner. California has gone further than the federal government in making specific plans for air pollution control. Current Conditions and Future Prospects Clean Air Act goals have not been achieved; however, air quality has improved dramatically in the last decade in terms of the major large-volume pollutants. The EPA estimates that emissions of particulate materials decreased 78 percent, lead fell 98%, SO2 declined/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. AP Environmental Science Mr. Grant Lesson 45 Outdoor Air Quality.

© 2014 Pearson Education, Inc. Clean Air Act legislation addresses pollution in the United States  Clean Air Act of 1963 funded research and encouraged emissions standards  The Clean Air Act of 1970  Set standards for air quality and limits on emissions  Provided funds for pollution-control research  Allowed citizens to sue parties violating the standards  The Clean Air Act of 1990 strengthened regulations for auto emissions, toxic air pollutants, acidic deposition, stratospheric ozone depletion/


Air Pollution Ozone Depletion Outdoor Air Pollutants –The Clean Air Act Industrial Smog and Photochemical Smog Acid Deposition Indoor Air Pollution.

tightening regulations…is unlikely to significantly reduce smog… Emissions trading is an economically attractive supplement to current technology-based regulations.” Air Pollution Ozone Depletion Outdoor Air Pollutants –The Clean Air Act Industrial and Photochemical Smog Acid Deposition Indoor Air Pollution Indoor air pollution Indoor air spaces generally have MORE pollution than outdoor spaces. U.S. citizens spend 90% of time indoors. Countless consumer products and synthetic chemicals kept indoors are/


Chapter 13: Air Pollution Dr. R. B. Schultz Geography 101: Weather and Climate.

activity, population growth, meteorological conditions, and regulatory efforts to control emissions, all influence the trends in air pollution. The Clean Air Act of 1970 mandated the setting of standards for four of the primary pollutants— The Clean Air Act of 1970 mandated the setting of standards for four of the primary pollutants— particulates, particulates, sulfur dioxide, sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, and carbon monoxide, and Nitrogen Nitrogen as well/


Chapter 19 Air Pollution. When Is a Lichen Like a Canary? Some lichen species are sensitive to specific air-polluting chemicals. Ex. Sulfur dioxide Good.

,000 to 350,000. –According to the EPA, each year more than 125,000 Americans get cancer from breathing diesel fumes. Air Pollution is a Big Killer Spatial distribution of premature deaths from air pollution in the United States. Figure 19-16 CLEAN AIR ACTS 1970, 1977, 1990 1 ) Regulates SPLONC’s – through NAAQS 2) Command & Ctrl Approach – federal gov establishes the regulations, states & cities enforce/


Unit 2 Effects of air pollution. Air pollution Air pollution is a major environmental health problem affecting the developing and the developed countries.

the polluted air, acting as a lid to stop the pollutants from being dispersed. In London, 1952, a thermal inversion lasting several days resulted in the deaths of several thousand people, most severely affecting the very old and young Thermal inversions worsen any type of smog Thermal Inversions Normal Conditions Cooler Air Winds disperse pollutants worldwide Warmer Air Pollutants dissociate upwards Thermal Inversion Cooler Air Warm air layer Cool Air trapped/


Chapter 19 Air Pollution. Chapter Overview Questions  What layers are found in the atmosphere?  What are the major outdoor air pollutants, and where.

inadequate. There is little or no regulation of air pollution from oceangoing ships in American ports. PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION Airports are exempt from many air pollution regulations. The Act does not regulate the greenhouse gas CO 2. The Act has failed to deal seriously with indoor air pollution. There is a need for better enforcement of the Clean Air Act. PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION  Executives of companies claim that correcting these/


Air Resources Mancheski 10-11. STRUCTURE AND SCIENCE OF THE ATMOSPHERE The atmosphere consists of several layers with different temperatures, pressures,

EPA, each year more than 125,000 Americans get cancer from breathing diesel fumes. Air Pollution is a Big Killer Spatial distribution of premature deaths from air pollution in the United States. Figure 19-16 PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION The Clean Air Acts in the United States have greatly reduced outdoor air pollution from six major pollutants: – Carbon monoxide – Nitrogen oxides – Sulfur dioxides – Suspended particulate matter (less than PM-10/


PRESENTATION ON LABORATORY ACTIVITIES OF CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD By Dr. S.D. Makhijani Additional Director CENTRAL POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD “PARIVESH.

or Bio-chemical Engineering with 10 years of experience in analysis of water or industrial wastes The Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 Under Section 16(3) – Central and 17(2) – State Pollution Control Board Laboratories are established or recognized for carrying out the analysis of air samples. Board analysts having the prescribed qualification and experience (Second class Master Degree in Basic Science/


` Area IV: Pollution IVA1: Air Pollution. ` 20-2 Outdoor Air Pollution Outdoor air pollution comes mostly from natural sources and burning fossil fuels.

cars  oceangoing ships have little or no air pollution regulations  the Clean Air Acts have not done much to reduce greenhouse gas emissions  little has been done to deal seriously with indoor air pollution  inadequate enforcement ` 20-7 Preventing, Reducing Air Pollution l allowing producers of air pollutants to buy and sell government air pollution allotments in the marketplace can help reduce emissions  the Clean Air Act of 1990 allows a cap-and- trade/


Air Quality 101 Kansas Air Quality Program overview.

5 KS SBEAP 800-578-8898 January 2006 The response… 1955 - Congress passed the Air Pollution Control Act (first commitment of federal funds) 1955 - Congress passed the Air Pollution Control Act (first commitment of federal funds) 1963 – Clean Air Act 1963 – Clean Air Act 1965 – Motor Vehicle Air Pollution Control Act 1965 – Motor Vehicle Air Pollution Control Act 1967 - Air Quality Act 1967 - Air Quality Act 6 KS SBEAP 800-578-8898 January 2006 The response… 1970 - EPA formed 1970/


Strategies to Implement and Up-scale the Good Practices on Prevention and Control of Transboundary Air Pollution Ram M. Shrestha Professor Asian Institute.

in Delhi, banning of Bull Trench Kiln in Nepal 8 Steps on Regional Air Pollution Control Strategy A collective action in the region Country specific commitments through an agreement Individual country formulates acts and appropriate measures/strategies/policies to attain the committed emission reduction targets. - Regional Treaty/Agreement -National Acts/Appropriate Measures/ strategies/ approaches Protocol -Regional Emission Reduction -National Emission Ceilings -Time frame Command/


Air Pollution Ozone Depletion Outdoor Air Pollutants –The Clean Air Act Industrial Smog and Photochemical Smog Acid Deposition Indoor Air Pollution.

acidic) since 1970, but is still much more acidic than normal rain. Solutions to Acid Deposition Fig. 20-12 p. 448 Air Pollution Ozone Depletion Outdoor Air Pollutants –The Clean Air Act Industrial and Photochemical Smog Acid Deposition Indoor Air Pollution Indoor air pollution Indoor air spaces generally have MORE pollution than outdoor spaces. U.S. citizens spend 90% of time indoors. Countless consumer products and synthetic chemicals kept indoors are used/


Chapter: Our Impact on Water and Air Table of Contents Section 1: Water Pollution Section 2: Air PollutionAir Pollution.

United States Air Pollution 2 2 The Clean Air Act of 1990 addressed some air pollution problems by regulating emissions from cars, energy production, and other industries. Air Pollution in the United States Air Pollution 2 2 In 1997, new levels for ozone and particulate matter were proposed. Air Pollution in the United States Air Pollution 2 2 Since the passage of the Clean Air Act, the amount of some pollutants released into the air has decreased. Air Pollution in/


1 Environmental Law. 2 3 Targets of Environmental Laws: Who or what gets regulated? Products Pollutants Industrial Facilities Government Agencies Individuals.

Law 12 Federal Environmental Statutes Clean Air Act Clean Water Act Pollution Prevention Act Toxic Substances Control Act National Environmental Policy Act Occupational Safety and Health Act Resource Conservation and Recovery Act Federal Insecticide, Fungicide, and Rodenticide Act Emergency Planning and Community-Right-to-Know Act Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act 13 Clean Air Act What is the purpose? –To control air pollution by instituting point source controls and/


NATS 101 Lecture 23 Air Pollution Meteorology. AMS Glossary of Meteorology air pollution—The presence of substances in the atmosphere, particularly those.

1150 deaths –1952 - 12,000 deaths (Dec 5 - 9) Last event led to the Parliament passing a Clean Air Act in 1956 Major Air Pollution Episodes of Historic Significance Other notable events over western Europe 1930 - Meuse Valley, Belgium –Key ingredients: calm winds, / Donora, PA –20 deaths, 1000’s took ill in 5 days Oct 27 Prompted Air Pollution Control Act of 1955 –Ignored automobiles Major U.S. Air Pollution Episodes of Historic Significance 1960s - NYC had several severe smog episodes 1950s onward – LA/


Kentuckiana AIR Education Community Survey Results - Wave 5 Prepared for: Paul Schultz Advertising Prepared by: Aeffect, Inc. Deerfield, IL December 2005.

to conduct this research. Aeffect began by conducting focus group discussions with local residents to explore attitudes and knowledge about air pollution, and to test reactions to a variety of message concepts. In addition to continuing the tracking survey conducted over the/ changes on air pollution and ozone as a weather problem –Below average awareness of KAIRE and the KAIRE Network Aeffect, Inc. 67 Stages of Change Stage 4: Decided not to act  “There may be things I could do to improve air quality, but/


CHAPTER 19 AIR POLLUTION. Fig. 19-2, p. 440 Atmospheric pressure (millibars) Temperature Thermosphere Pressure Mesopause Heating via ozone Mesosphere.

remains inadequate.  There is little or no regulation of air pollution from oceangoing ships in American ports. PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION  Airports are exempt from many air pollution regulations.  The Act does not regulate the greenhouse gas CO 2.  The Act has failed to deal seriously with indoor air pollution.  There is a need for better enforcement of the Clean Air Act. HOW WOULD YOU VOTE? Should the 1990 U.S/


Chapter 19 Air Pollution. Core Case Study: When Is a Lichen Like a Canary?  Lichens can warn us of bad air because they absorb it as a source of nourishment.

ships in American ports. PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION Airports are exempt from many air pollution regulations. Airports are exempt from many air pollution regulations. The Act does not regulate the greenhouse gas CO 2. The Act does not regulate the greenhouse gas CO 2. The Act has failed to deal seriously with indoor air pollution. The Act has failed to deal seriously with indoor air pollution. There is a need for better enforcement/


Chapter 19 Air Pollution. STRUCTURE AND SCIENCE OF THE ATMOSPHERE  The atmosphere consists of several layers with different temperatures, pressures,

inadequate. There is little or no regulation of air pollution from oceangoing ships in American ports. PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION Airports are exempt from many air pollution regulations. The Act does not regulate the greenhouse gas CO 2. The Act has failed to deal seriously with indoor air pollution. There is a need for better enforcement of the Clean Air Act. PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION  Executives of companies claim that correcting these/


Chapter 15 Air Pollution. Layers of Atmosphere Review.

Remove SO 2 particulates & NO x from smokestack gases Remove NO x from motor vehicular exhaust Tax emissions of SO 2 PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION The Clean Air Acts in the United States have greatly reduced outdoor air pollution from six major pollutants: –Carbon monoxide –Nitrogen oxides –Sulfur dioxides –Lead –Ozone –Suspended particulate matter (less than PM-10) Decrease by 41% while GDP raised by 64/


Chapter: Air Pollution Table of Contents Section 3: Solutions to Air PollutionSolutions to Air Pollution Section 1: Types and Causes of Air Pollution.

the United States population continues to increase, conservation and new technology can help reduce air pollution. Section Check 3 3 Question 1 Which of these set standards for specific pollutants in the air and placed strict limits on car exhaust? A. Air Pollution Control Act B. Clear Air Act of 1970 C. Environmental Protection Act D. Clean Air Act of 1990 Section Check 3 3 Answer The answer is B. The Clean/


Pollution Control Strategies – A Chemists Perspective National centre for catalysis Research Indian Institute of Technology Madras Chennai 600 036 April.

to underbid its rivals and have a significant competitive edge. Pollution prevention should be the first consideration in planning for processes that emit air contaminants. Undertaking pollution prevention practices may reduce air emissions enough to allow a business or industry to avoid classification as a major air emission source. If so, some important 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments will not be applicable to that company What is/


Air Quality In L.A By Madelene Geledzhyan And Jestynn Joy Concepcion Period 4 6/12/06By Madelene Geledzhyan And Jestynn Joy Concepcion Period 4 6/12/06.

interest and was brought back 2005.US abandoned treaty because it counters US interest and was brought back 2005. Clean Air Act Amendment is against air pollution.Clean Air Act Amendment is against air pollution. EPA sets standards to emits pollution from different sources.EPA sets standards to emits pollution from different sources. US develop alternative source of energy by using electricity.US develop alternative source of energy by using/


Environmental Chemistry Chapter 2: Ground-Level Air Pollution— Outdoors and Indoors Copyright © 2007 by DBS.

government decided that this problem needed to be dealt with on a national level. This was the year Congress passed the Air Pollution Control Act of 1955, the nations first piece of federal legislation on this issue. The language of the bill identified air pollution as a national problem and announced that research and additional steps to improve the situation needed to be taken. It/


© 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. This lecture will help you understand: The Earth’s atmosphere Weather, climate, and atmospheric conditions Outdoor pollution.

depletion © 2011 Pearson Education, Inc. Legislation addresses pollution Air Pollution Control Act (1963) funded research and encouraged emissions standards The Clean Air Act of 1970 -Set standards for air quality, limits on emissions -Provided funds for pollution-control research -Allowed citizens to sue parties violating the standards The Clean Air Act of 1990 strengthened regulations for auto emissions, toxic air pollutants, acidic deposition, stratospheric ozone depletion -Introduced emissions trading/


Human Impact on the Atmosphere. Pollution Thorpe, Gary S., M.S., (2002). Barron’s How to prepare for the AP Environmental Science Advanced Placement Exam.

Vice President Dan Quayle www.aqmd.gov/pubinfo/ 97annual.html The Clean Air Act Congress found: Most people now live in urban areas Growth results in air pollution Air pollution endangers living things It decided: Prevention and control at the source was/www.cnn.com/2003/LAW/12/24/bush.clean.air.ap/index.html Clean Air Act http://www.epa.gov/air/oaq_caa.html http://www.epa.gov/air/oaq_caa.html Title I - Air Pollution Prevention and Control –Part A - Air Quality and Emission Limitations –Part B - Ozone /


1 Air Pollution Thank God men cannot fly, and lay waste the sky as well as the earth. - Henry David Thoreau.

containing oxygen additives in cities not in compliance with ozone emission standards  Service stations in these areas were required to install vapor recovery systems Clean Air Act 4. Regulation of Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs) through technology-based controls Clean Air Act 5. Acid deposition controls Mandate to cut sulfur dioxide emissions in half Allowance trading (Cap & Trade):  let utility companies buy and sell allowances for SO/


Air Pollution Overview Chapter 15 Topics: 1) Major Air Pollutants 2) Smog & Acid Deposition.

have older cars Still use leaded gasoline 5 worst cities in world Beijing, China; Mexico City, Mexico; Shanghai, China; Tehran, Iran; and Calcutta, India Controlling Air Pollution How successful has the Clean Air Act been? The Clean Air Act is Working! Air Quality is better in US; EPA estimates since 1970 Particulate Matter (PM) – down 78% Carbon Monoxide (CO) – down 56% Nitrogen Oxides (NO x ) – down 30/


Chapter 18: Air Pollution. Core Case Study: South Asia’s Massive Brown Cloud South Asian Brown Cloud Causes Chemical composition Areas impacted Air pollution.

it. Laws and Regulations Can Reduce Outdoor Air Pollution United States Clean Air Acts: 1970, 1977, and 1990 created regulations enforced by states and cities EPA National ambient air quality standards for 6 outdoor pollutants National emission standards for 188 hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) Toxic Release Inventory (TRI) The Clean Air Act Congress found: Most people now live in urban areas Growth results in air pollution Air pollution endangers living things It decided: Prevention/


Air Pollution Overview Chapter 15 Topics: 1) Major Air Pollutants 2) Smog & Acid Deposition.

have older cars Still use leaded gasoline 5 worst cities in world Beijing, China; Mexico City, Mexico; Shanghai, China; Tehran, Iran; and Calcutta, India Controlling Air Pollution How successful has the Clean Air Act been? The Clean Air Act is Working! Air Quality is better in US; EPA estimates since 1970 Particulate Matter (PM) – down 78% Carbon Monoxide (CO) – down 56% Nitrogen Oxides (NO x ) – down 30/


Your Professor: Joe Serres. What will you learn in this unit? In your readings and seminar, you will learn about the various sources of air pollution.

it relates to the six most common air pollutants in the United States, it is time to find out what air toxics or hazardous air pollutants are emitting into the air where you might live or work. Hazardous air pollutants are governed under Section 112 of the Clean Air Act and are controlled using the “maximum achievable control technology” or MACT. Like criteria pollutants, hazardous air pollutants are subject to a series of/


Air Pollution Air pollution harms living organisms, damages materials, and can alter climate.

. – There is little or no regulation of air pollution from oceangoing ships in American ports. PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION – Airports are exempt from many air pollution regulations. – The Act does not regulate the greenhouse gas CO 2. – The Act has failed to deal seriously with indoor air pollution. – There is a need for better enforcement of the Clean Air Act. PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION Executives of companies claim that correcting these deficiencies/


Air Pollution G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 14 th Edition Chapter 20 G. Tyler Miller’s Living in the Environment 14 th Edition Chapter 20.

exhaust. Solutions: Preventing and Reducing Air Pollution  Clean Air Act  National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS)  Primary and secondary standards  Emissions trading Clean Air Act Congress passed CAA in 1970 with amendments in 1977 and 1990. (prior to this air pollution controlled by states---WHY DID THIS NOT WORK?) Establishing air pollution regulations enforced by the states. Original law very optimistic for clean air Clean Air Act Clean Air Act: National Ambient Air Standards (NAAQS) for 6/


ENVIRONMENT PROTECTION ACT By Shri. V.Y. Dhupdale B.Com., LL.B., LL.M., (NET) Lecturer, Dept. Of Law, SUK.

address the problems The First Legislation which was enacted was the Water (Prevention of Pollution) Act, 1974 (Water Act). The First Legislation which was enacted was the Water (Prevention of Pollution) Act, 1974 (Water Act). Followed by the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 (Air Act). Followed by the Air (Prevention and Control of Pollution) Act, 1981 (Air Act). The Environment Protection Act, 1986 (EPA) is a successor to these two enactments. The Environment Protection/


Core Case Study: When Is a Lichen Like a Canary? Lichens can warn us of bad air because they absorb it as a source of nourishment. Figure 19-1.

,000 Americans get cancer from breathing diesel fumes. PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION The Clean Air Acts in the United States have greatly reduced outdoor air pollution from six major pollutants: –Carbon monoxide –Nitrogen oxides –Sulfur dioxides –Suspended particulate matter (less than PM- 10) PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION Environmental scientists point out several deficiencies in the Clean Air Act: –The U.S. continues to rely on cleanup rather than prevention/


Environmental pollution may be defined as, “the unfavorable alteration of our surroundings”. It changes the quality of air, water and land which interferes.

, because it will not only stop the discharge of industrial wastes into natural water sources but by products can be extracted from the wastes. 4. Plants, trees and forests control pollution and they acts as natural air conditioners. 5.Forests in and around big cities and industrial establishments are capable of reducing the sulphur dioxide and nitric oxide/


ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION AIR POLLUTION. Air PollutionAir –Necessary for Existence –Colorless, odorless mixture of gases –Quality of air varies in different.

3 –That is, micrograms of particulate matter per cubic meter of air –Remember, one cubic meter air = 1000 liters air Indoor Air Quality  Clean Air Act focuses on outdoor pollution.  Much of our time spent indoors  Quality of inside air depends on how well inside air is exchanged for outside airPollutant concentrations typically larger inside than outside Indoor Air Quality Indoor Air PollutantsPollutant –Carbon Monoxide –Ozone –Formaldehyde –Nitrogen Oxides  Source –Faulty furnace, cigarette/


The Atmosphere and Air Pollution

Influenced by how fast wind is blowing, pressure differentials temperature differential between inside and outside of house location of leaks in building envelope Air Pollution Prevention The Clean Air Act Congress found: • Most people now live in urban areas • Growth results in air pollutionAir pollution endangers living things It decided: • Prevention and control at the source was appropriate • Such efforts are the responsibility of states and local/


1 Air Pollution Group 13 Matt Moerbe, Brett Roberts, Ann-Marie Scarborough, Tyler Goodall, Trevor Quick http://i.huffpost.com/gen/1240209/thumbs/o-POLLUTION-facebook.jpg.

POLLUTION-facebook.jpg http://i.huffpost.com/gen/1240209/thumbs/o-POLLUTION-facebook.jpg 2 What is Air Pollution? The release of harmful substances that can harm the environment and humans EPA created the Clean Air Act to have regulations against acts/a process to remove and treat contaminants http://environment.nationalgeographic.com/environment/global-warming/pollution-overview/ 3 Clean Air Act EPA Clean Air Act violations and the resulting punishments High Priority Violators of CCA 4 High Priority /


PENCEMARAN AIR.

erosion and only apply needed pesticides and fertilizers Sumber Pencemaran: Titik Most developed countries use laws to set water pollution standards. Federal Water Pollution Control Act (Clean Water Act 1972, ’77, ’87) Regulates navigable waterways..streams, wetlands, rivers, lake Peraturan Air Bersih Sets standards for key pollutants Requires permits for discharge Requires sewage treatment Require permits for wetland destruction Does not deal with nonpoint sources well/


Company LOGO Air Pollution TREN 1F90 Sustainability, Environment and Tourism.

compliance (see http://www.atl.ec.gc.ca/epb/ccme/smog.html) http://www.atl.ec.gc.ca/epb/ccme/smog.html Air Quality - Legislative approaches Provincial Environmental Protection Act: Ontario Regulation 419/05, Air Pollution - Local Air QualityOntario Regulation 419/05, Air Pollution - Local Air Quality Decisions and Proposals for Individual ContaminantsDecisions and Proposals for Individual Contaminants Drive Clean Program: vehicle emissions testing program to reduce smog/


Chapter 12: Air Pollution A brief history of air pollution A brief history of air pollution Types and sources of air pollutants Types and sources of air.

Air Act of 1956 A Brief History of Air Pollution Donora, Pennsylvania pollution episode, 1948 Donora, Pennsylvania pollution episode, 1948 Pollution trapped in Monongahela River Valley by inversion (20 people died) Pollution trapped in Monongahela River Valley by inversion (20 people died) U.S. Clean air act, 1970, 1990 U.S. Clean air act, 1970, 1990 Due to high pollution, Congress passed Clear Air Act (revised in 1977, 1990) Due to high pollution, Congress passed Clear Air Act/


Air Pollution, Climate Change and Ozone Depletion

EPA, each year more than 125,000 Americans get cancer from breathing diesel fumes. Air Pollution is a Big Killer Spatial distribution of premature deaths from air pollution in the United States. Figure 19-16 PREVENTING AND REDUCING AIR POLLUTION The Clean Air Acts in the United States have greatly reduced outdoor air pollution from six major pollutants: Carbon monoxide Nitrogen oxides Sulfur dioxides Suspended particulate matter (less than PM-10/


NATS 101 Lecture 31 Air Pollution Meteorology. AMS Glossary of Meteorology air pollution—The presence of substances in the atmosphere, particularly those.

700 deaths –1911- 1150 deaths –1952 - 4000 deaths Last event led to the Parliament passing a Clean Air Act in 1956 Major Air Pollution Episodes of Historic Significance Other notable events over western Europe 1930 - Meuse Valley, Belgium –Key ingredients: calm /the Monongahela River Valley –20 deaths, 1000’s took ill in 5 days Prompted Air Pollution Control Act of 1955 –Ignored automobiles Major U.S. Air Pollution Episodes of Historic Significance 1960s - NYC had several severe smog episodes 1950s onward –/


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