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The Clean Air Act in a Nutshell: How It Works

Uploaded by: Matthew Wright on 09/06/2013

Author: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Publication Date: 3/22/2013

Publication Source: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Summary: Congress designed the Clean Air Act to protect public health and welfare from different types of air pollution caused by a diverse array of pollution sources. Congress established the law’s basic structure in the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1970, and made major revisions in 1977 and 1990

Keywords: Clean Air Act,environmental hazards,environmental management,EPA (Environmental Protection Agency),laws, standards, and regulations,air pollution,environmental controls,air contaminants

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