A Guide To Understanding The Clean Air Act Of 1990
The increase of industrial activities has resulted in a rise
in the levels of air pollution throughout the US. To protect the
environment, the US government had imposed the Clean Air Act Amendments
of 1990 on the 15th of November, 1990. This act seeks to limit the
amount of pollutants that can be released into the air in any place
within the country, and every state has to take measures to ensure that
pollution does not exceed the limit that is set by the Environmental
Why Should You Be Concerned About Air
- What is Air Pollution?: An
introduction to air pollution as well as pages with information about
its effects and prevention.
Features of the 1990 Clean Air Act
Cleaning Up Air Pollutants
- Cleaner Fuels: Fuels that can be
used to replace pollutant fuels.
Repairing the Ozone Layer
Revisions to the Clean Air Act
How Do You Know the Clean Air Act is Working?
- Clean Air Act is Working: An
article that discusses the effectiveness of the Clean Air Act and the
need for more extensive measures to solve future problems.