The proposal will also reduce vehicle emissions of toxic air pollutants, such as benzene and 1,3-butadiene, by up to 40 percent.
What does TAP stand for?
TAP stands for Toxic Air Pollutant
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- Toshiba Access Panel (Toshiba)
- Total Accounts Payable
- Total Air Pressure
- Total Annualized Premium
- Total Antioxidant Power
- Total Assets Protection (Sprint)
- Total Audience Package
- Total Audience Plan
- Total Automotive Performance (various locations)
- Tourism and Parks (Canada)
- Toxicological Agent Protective
- Toyo Automotive Parts (Franklin, KY)
- TPED Assessment Process
- Traditional Academic Program (various schools)
- Traditional Approval Process
- Traditional Arts Program (various organizations)
- Traffic Access Point
- Training Accreditation Program
- Training Action Plan (various agencies)
- Training Allowance Pool
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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.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) recently issued nationwide rules to require coal-fired power plants to limit airborne mercury emissions and other toxic air pollutants by 2015.
Environmental Protection Agency has fallen far behind in one of its most important responsibilities: to protect the American public from toxic air pollutants.
Emissions of toxic air pollutants such as benzene dropped about 40 percent nationwide between 1990 and 2005.
The research centerÕs mission is to conduct and fund research on the health effects of 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.
The papers include discussion of the environmental and health implications of the findings of toxic air pollutant monitoring in Hong Kong, temporal distribution characteristics of atmospheric mercury in the Korean city of Seoul, the potential impact of DDT and its metabolites on health, a case study of aerosol and rainwater collection and the use of "environmetrics" to assess monitoring data quality, analysis and structure prediction of chlorinated polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons released from combustion of polyvinylchloride, and prediction of the physicochemical properties of polychlorinated byphenyls and polychlorinated dibenzodioxins/furans by their gas chromatographic-retention index.