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The Clean Air Act was passed in 1990. By 1995, manufacturers could no longer make chillers that use which of the following because it contributes to ozone depletion.
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how many votes to weaken the clean air act from 112th congress?
5. Congress passed the Clean Air Act in response to the public’s newfound environmental concerns and outrage over what it (the public) perceived to be unrestrained corporate pollution. In response, a number of industries such as utilities and automobile manufacturers have had to make dramatic changes in the technology used in the creation and operation of their products. These industries are responding to a change in the ________________ environment that was brought about by changes in the ________________ environment
e. political-legal, sociocultural (Ch 4)
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* Clean Air Act
*Americans with Disabilities Act * Civil Rights Act of 1964 * Clean Air Act
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Clean Air Act (CAA) of 1970
Law regulates air emissions from area, stationary, and mobile sources. Authorizes the EPA to establish the National Ambient Air Quality Standards to protect public health and the environment.
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U.S. Clean Air Act (1970)
identifies six pollutants that significantly threaten human well-being, ecosystems, and/or structures: sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, particulate matter, tropospheric ozone, and lead
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Clean Air Act (1990)
Mandate Revised from 1970 and 1977 Establishes air quality standards for common and widespread pollutants States are required to adopt plans and control emissions that drift across state lines Calls for power plants/factories to use best available technology
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what is the clean air act?
made legislation that protects the air in the US
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