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In volume, it ranks only behind household trash in quantity, and it is expected to grow as the EPA controls pollutants like heat-trapping carbon dioxide and mercury and other toxic air pollutants from the nation's coal fleet.
Power plants are the largest source of several toxic air pollutants and are responsible for 50% of the Mercury emissions in the United States.
New research shows correlation between exposures to toxic air pollutants and autism spectrum disorders; coalition including PennFuture responds
A variety of environmental issues are covered, such as toxic air pollutants and air quality control; risk assessment; solid and hazardous waste problems and controls; safe drinking water problems and standards; onsite and public sewage problems and control; plumbing hazards; air, water, and solid waste programs; technology transfer; GIS and mapping; bioterrorism and security; disaster emergency health programs; ocean dumping; and much more.
On the second panel, Fred Krupp, a member of the Secretary of Energy's Advisory Board Natural Gas Subcommittee, outlined the subcommittee's findings that oil and natural gas production results in the emission of toxic air pollutants such as carcinogenic benzene, ground-level ozone, and methane, which he said causes global warming at a rate 72 times higher than that of carbon dioxide.
During the second half of the 20th century, the United States implemented regulations and controls to reduce the levels of criteria air pollutants and achieve the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) to protect human health, leading to decreases in the levels of toxic air pollutants.
Environmental Protection Agency has fallen far behind in one of its most important responsibilities: to protect the American public from toxic air pollutants.
The findings were detailed in a study that involved testing for 33 toxic air pollutants over a year at 10 locations throughout the jurisdiction covered by the AQMD.