In 2006, the American Lung Association of California, Consumers Union, and the appliance industry sought to limit ozone emissions from indoor air cleaners (such as intentional ozone generators, ionizers, and electrostatic air cleaning devices) being sold in California.
What does ALAC stand for?
ALAC stands for American Lung Association of California
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We have 48 other meanings of ALAC in our Acronym Attic
- American League of Anglers and Boaters
- Aquaculture Licences Appeals Board (Dublin, Ireland)
- Ashburn Library Advisory Board Inc. (Ashburn, VA)
- Atlanta Laboratory for Learning (Atlanta, GA)
- Atomic Safety and Licensing Appeal Board
- Advanced Lead Acid Battery Consortium
- Association of Local Authority Business Consultants
- Australia-Latin America Business Council (North Sydney, New South Wales, Australia)
- Advocacy and Legal Advice Centre
- Alcohol Advisory Council (New Zealand)
- Antibotic-Loaded Acrylic Cement (medical material)
- Apple Lossless Audio Codec (data compression; Apple, Inc.)
- Arterial Lactate (medical)
- At-Large Advisory Committee (ICANN)
- Atlas Linguistique de l'Afrique Centrale (French)
- Adult Learning Association of Cape Breton County (Nova Scotia, Canada; est. 1989)
- American Lung Association of Central California
- American Lung Association of the Central Coast (now Breathe California of the Central Coast; Salinas, CA)
- Analytical Laboratory Accreditation Criteria Committee (Association of Official Analytical Chemists International)
- Association of Labor Assistants and Childbirth Educators
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The American Lung Association of California (ALA-CA) recently announced the results of a Field Research Corporation survey which reveal that 87 percent of California adults believe it is either "very important" (61 percent) or "somewhat important" (26 percent) for the state to "take a leading role in enforcing laws to reduce car emissions that lead to global warming pollution.