What's At Stake: EPA Set to Abandon 30 Years of Air Quality ControlQuicklink submitted by Pamela Drew Permalink
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|EPA Set to Abandon 30 Years of Air Quality Control The Clean Air Act requires the EPA to regulate all air pollutants that pose a threat to public health and welfare by establishing the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). The EPA is required to apply the best available science to update the standards every five years. Six highly dangerous air pollutants are monitored under these standards:|
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