All particle pollution can adversely affect the respiratory and cardiovascular sys tems and the latest WHO air quality guidelines identify fine particles as one of the most dangerous pollutants for human health," Dr Whelan said.
What does AQG stand for?
AQG stands for Air Quality Guidelines (World Health Organization)
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We have 2 other meanings of AQG in our Acronym Attic
- Aviation Fire Control Technician (US Navy)
- Ay Que Funny (Spanish: That Is Funny)
- Australian Qualifications Framework Advisory Board
- Acuna Quinnell Financial Consultants (East Sussex, UK)
- Arizona Quest for Kids
- Ant's Quality Foraged Links
- Armchair Quarterback Football League (fantasy football)
- Algebraic Quantum Field Theory
- Asociación de Química y Farmacia del Uruguay (Association of Chemistry and Pharmacy of Uruguay)
- Air Quality Group (University of California, Davis)
- Alliance for Quality Growth (Georgia)
- Amoskeag Quilters Guild (Manchester, NH)
- Anqing Airport (China)
- Asheville Quilt Guild
- Atomic Questions Group
- Al Qaeda's Great Escape (Philip Smucker book)
- Added Qualification in Geriatric Medicine
- Association Québécoise de Gestion de la Végétation (French; Canada)
- Academic Quality Handbook (UK)
- Access Quality Health (Boston, MA)
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Members of the House also blamed the ministry for failing to enforce strict air quality guidelines to stop quarries from emitting clouds of dangerous dust that can cause breathing problems and skin cancer.
Formaldehyde' is a typical airborne agent and one of thirteen volatile organic compounds for which indoor air quality guidelines are in place due to the effects of the substance on the human body, designated by an investigative committee as a possible cause of 'Sick House Syndrome (indoor air contamination as part of a variety of issues that can affect health)', a problem case established and investigated by the Ministry of Health, Labour, and Welfare in Japan.
The BBC said yesterday that it had conducted its own pollution test and found that Beijing failed to meet the World Health Organisation's air quality guidelines on six out of seven days.