Poor indoor air quality
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...AIR QUALITY (IAQ) Poor Indoor Air Quality Indoor air quality (IAQ) is the quality of air (breathing area) within and around structures and how it affects health of the occupants. This phenomenon has become widespread and recognized globally as an important health and safety issue. The term became popular in tandem with the energy conservation measures that minimized fresh air circulation in buildings to save cost of conditioning outdoor air. Various organizations and agencies (ASHRAE, WHO, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency) across the globe are actively working to create awareness and improve quality of life hampered in this regard. People spend majority of their time indoors... ? POOR INDOOR AIR...
Air Quality and Health
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...Air Quality and Health Introduction Air contamination is most grave ecological fears to metropolitan populaces (Cohen 2005). Revelations differ amidand inside municipal regions, however, all persons living in towns are unprotected, and a lot are affected, by present intensities of contaminants in several big metropolises. Babies, young offspring, elders and persons who have lung and heart problems are especially pretentious; however young, vigorous grown-ups are not resistant to damage from reduced air quality. Breathing of urban air contaminants have been related to a wide range of...
Air quality lab report
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...Air Quality Lab Report al Affiliation Introduction Compare two individual parts of two counties, South Coastal of Los AngelesCounty and North Coastal of Orange County and their difference in their Nitrogen Dioxide levels. What are the differences between the areas? The rationale for choosing the above question. The two county areas have maximum concentrations in ppm with a sizable difference, observed in a span of eight hour, with regards to the Ozone levels and relative data. Do the Nitrogen Dioxide levels affect the Ozone data (Wang & Guan 2010)? Methods: The map was zoomed to bring into view the preferred areas. The table with the data was then...
Annotated Bibliography: indoor air quality
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...Air Quality: A Time for Recognition. Air and Waste ManagementAssociation, 10-14. This article discusses about the issues that lead to poor indoor air quality. Some typical examples in this regard are homes being built with attached garages. These garages sometimes contain residues from automobile exhaust as also other consumer products' fumes (products present in the garage that contain evaporants) that can enter the home and cause harm if they go unnoticed. Some consumer products such as cleaning products and aromatic candles that are normally found within the house and also contribute towards such pollution of the air... Annotated Bibliography Annie Chatfield Corsi, Richard L. (Sept. 2000). "Indoor...
Air Quality and Environmental Health
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...Air Quality and Environmental Health [Client's Appears Here] [Client's College Appears Here] Environmental diseases canbe acquired by exposure to harsh surroundings. This is characterized by pollution which is most common to urban areas. People living in urban areas may have twice as much chance of acquiring environmental diseases due to higher concentration of the factors which leads to diseases. Exposures to biologic, chemical and physical agents from the home environment can be linked to health-related factors. Death is by far the most serious among potential harms from air pollution, and this happens when one is exposed to excessive levels of air pollution (Schwartz, 2006). Indoor smoke... ...
Environmental Law, The regulation of Air Quality
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...QUALITY REGULATION STANDARDS Enforcement of Air Quality RegulationStandards Regulation of air quality across the United s has been the product of the observed increase in particulate matter and volatile or greenhouse compounds in the atmosphere, contributing to various environmental problems such as deaths resulting from living in areas with high rates of air pollution, and of increased ground surface temperature as the result of greenhouse gas emissions (Costa, 2011). Efforts taken to reduce air pollution through various means have been successful for the past 40 years, but still need additional regulations and testing the effectiveness of these through pilot tests... for implementations in...
Food Safety; Pests and Vectors; Air Quality
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...Air Quality Air Quality The common health problems associatedwith indoor and outdoor air pollution in urban settings are as a result of the adverse effects of sulphur dioxide, carbon monoxide, ozone, nitrogen dioxide and other particulate matter. The common problems include: Acute respiratory infections; this class includes infections from a range of bacteria and viruses. Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease; like chronic bronchitis Lung cancer, cataracts , tuberculosis and asthma attacks (Brebbia & International Conference on Air Pollution 2010) Children are more vulnerable to the effects of the air pollutants because of their immature immune system, involvement... Food Safety; Pests and Vectors;...
Food Safety Pests and Vectors Air Quality
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...Air Quality Food safety and quality are built in the process and not out of it. This ‘process approach’ which is prevalent in food sector globally now a days, was first recognized by NASA (National Aero Space Agency).How to ensure safety of food for astronauts was a big question mark for NASA, because the finished product, if tested for the purpose would loose sterility with consequent loss of safety, while left intact, would be suspect from safety point of view. A private company suggested, a system known as HACCP (Hazard Analysis and Critical Points), which required identification and control of all critical points where any occurrence of, physical, chemical... ? Food Safety; Pests and Vectors; Air...
Food Safety; Pests and Vectors; Air Quality
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...Air Quality Institute Question Explain which of the following two approaches can be used to enhance food safety in the long run, a stronger enforcement program by the local health department or a mandatory food safety training requirement for all restaurant employees. Describe worker’s behaviors that may promote or compromise food safety. Answer: Wikipedia (2009) explains food safety as a scientific discipline describing handling, preparation, and storage of food in ways that prevent food-borne illness. There are several approaches adapted by food service industries and restaurants for the safety of the food being provided to their respective communities. Among... Food Safety; Pests and Vectors; Air...
Air Quality and Climate Change as Integrated Policy
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...Air Quality and Climate Change as Integrated Policy Air quality and climate are interrelated. Change in climate is affected by common pollutants like ozone. Ozone is an example of a greenhouse gas, or GHG. The dispersal and absorption of solar radiation by other particle pollutants also affect the climate. The amount of particles and ozone has a lot to do with meteorology and climate because of their effect to the production of precursors that originate from natural sources. This trend is what makes air quality and climate distinct elements but at the same time closely connected. (Climate...
Atmospheric Chemistry: Effects of Climate and Climate Change on Air Quality
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...AIR QUALITY:- Clean air and suitable air quality is very important to sustain the life and eco system. The quality of air is vital regarding the sustainability of the life. As air is one of the most important components of bio sphere, contains the gases that are beneficial for the human life and a carrier of many different gas cycles and water cycles around the world. The quality of the air is impacted by the changing weather conditions and due to the human activities. But it is a matter of debate that more of a concern regarding the deteriorated air quality is because of the human activities mainly, because this single reason is much more comprehensive than any other reason and not only... ...
The Role of the Environment Agency in the Improvement of UK Air-Quality
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...Air Quality The current environmental policy of the United Kingdom puts emphasis on adaptation. This is typified by aggressive measures to address emergent environmental issues such as climate change, flooding and other environmental problems brought about by natural occurrences as well as man made phenomena. For this purpose, several environmental statutes have been passed and the numerous agencies with environmental mandate were integrated into the Environment Agency. The organization was established in 1995 and its main responsibility is to achieve sustainability for the United Kingdom. Its mission, as outlined in its Corporate Plan 2011... ?The Role of the Environment Agency in the Improvement of UK...
Food Safety; Pests and Vectors; Air Quality
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...air conditioner, cleaning trash receptacles and broken tiles where water clogging occurs, and covering any standing water like pool and hub properly (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 2007). Thus, by reducing the number of places where standing water allows mosquitoes to breed, it is possible to reduce mosquito population. Also, it is highly necessary to have well-fitting windows and doors so that mosquitoes do not come indoors. References Altekruse, S. F., Cohen... Environmental Health and Safety  Environmental Health and Safety  Evidently, a mandatory food safety training requirement for all restaurant employees will be much better than a stronger enforcement program by the local health...
Critically evaluate the role and effectiveness of the Environment Agency (UK) in improving air quality in the United Kingdom.
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...Air quality control is an incessant issue in the United Kingdom like in the case of any other industrially developedeconomy. Although the UK government has taken a series of measures to address this issue, air quality still remains to be a threat to both humans and environmental sustainability. There are a number of governmental and non-governmental agencies functioning in UK to develop ways to bring air quality under control. “The Environment Agency is a British non-departmental public body”, which functions under the supervision and control of the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Search, n.d). The organisation plays a regulative role in reducing... ?Environment Agency Introduction...
Low quality of air
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...quality air. We are advised not to strenuously exercise outside, Oh no!” Such was the exasperation of a friend in Utah after hearing the announcement over the cable TV. Indeed, the Department of Environmental Quality’s forecast over Utah’s temperature is “46° F” or 7.78° C (airquality.utah.gov). I wonder why, when we were younger, we can play with sleds and snowballs; we can stroll and breathe the chilly winter air; we can even enjoy going out with friends; we can take our groceries in the supermarket; and we can rid our bodies from stress by exercising. Indeed, the climate has changed. While we can... s Preventive Response to Climate “Wintertime is approaching. We are enduring another period of low...
Variable Air Volume (VAV) System to achieve better Indoor Environmental Quality for a commercial Building & energy saving
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...Air Volume (VAV) System to achieve better Indoor Environmental Quality for a commercial Building & energy saving By (Insert A dissertation submitted to the faculty of (______________) In partial fulfillment for the requirements For the Degree of BEng (Hons) building services & Sustainable Engineering UNIVERSIT Table of Contents Abstract The use of VAV system has been in existence since the year 1980. This technology was incorporated in the heating, cooling, air-conditioning, and ventilation because of its efficiency and comfort ability. Unlike other systems like CAV, this system has been approved in terms of its energy saving mechanism and its ability to improve the quality of both indoor... ? Variable...
History Of Quality Management As It Relates To The US Air Force.
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...quality management as it relates to the US Air Force Table of Contents Introduction 2. Literature Review 2 Definition of TQM and the MBNQA 1 2.2 History of TQM in the US Air Force 3 2.3 Application of TQM at different US Air Force Bases 6 3. Conclusion 9 References 10 1. Introduction The Total Quality Management (TQM) philosophy and program is now integrated with the strategic objectives of most organizations as a result of intense global competition and pressure to control costs. TQM is an approach that can enhance the competitiveness, effectiveness and flexibility of a whole organization that requires planning, organizing and understanding each activity (O’Neill & Sohal, 1999). TQM has... ?History of...
Air Pollution
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...air quality largely. The rapid rise in population and the demand of energy are the main causes behind the emission of toxic substance and gases being released into the atmosphere and hence causing major damages to the human society and the natural ecosystem. Some developed countries have taken measures against the air pollution by making laws and policies and introducing green technologies. However, the rapid increase in industrialization has minimized the effect of these measures and millions of people... and more than 7000 were injured due to the worst ever smog disaster reported in U.S history (Peterman). The 1990 Clean Air Act (CAA) requires EPA to set National Ambient...
Air Pollution
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...air particles and lead. Of the five gases, ground level ozone and air borne articles have been identified as the greatest risk to human health in the world major cities. (epea.gov, 2011) 2.2 Is there any difference in air qualities in various regions of the world? There is a great difference in air qualities in the world and this is manifested in different statistical informations in the major cities of the world. The major cities of the globe are impacted by air pollution, which affects air quality. airnow.gov (2011) provides a summary of Air Quality in most cities of the world on a daily basis. In the city of Illinois, for example, the Air Quality in dates 22nd, 23rd November 2011... Running Head:...
Air Pollution in London
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...Air Quality Network, King's college London). According to the data, there has been a downward trend in the annual mean concentration of SO2. Since 2000 it had fallen significantly. By the spring of 2009 it had fallen by 80% since November 1996. Annual mean concentration of PM10 has decreased by nearly 26 % between November 1996 and late 2008. The concentration of NO2 has fallen since 2000, and now appears to be stabilising. The concentration of NOx has stabilised since 2005, and is currently around 40% lower than it was in November 1996. According to London air quality network, carbon monoxide... Air Pollution in London Air pollution occurs when the air contains gases, dust, fumes or odour in harmful...
Air Freight Movement at Birmingham International Airport
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...Air Quality Monitoring and Management 24 3.2.2.1 Future Air Quality Initiatives 25 3.2.2.2 Current Air Quality Initiatives 27 3.3 London Heathrow Airport 28 3.3.1 Current Air Quality Initiatives 30 3.3.2 Present Air Quality initiatives 32 3.3.3 Environmental Management 33 3.3.4 Air Quality Monitoring and Management 34 3.4 Zurich Airport 34 3.4.1 Environmental Management 35 3.4.2 Air Quality Monitoring and Management 35 3.4.2.1 Current Air Quality Initiatives 36 3.4.2.2 Future Air Quality Initiatives 38 3.5 Sydney... Table of Contents Table of Contents i Table of Figures iii iii Declaration iv Acknowledgement v vi List of Abbreviations vii Chapter I: Introduction to the Study 1 1.1 Birmi...
Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution: A Worldview Clean air is a natural resource that is shared by all living things on Earth. Maintaining air quality is critical to the well being of humans as well as the plants and animals that inhabit the planet. The failure to maintain air quality can be seen in the large metropolitan areas such as Los Angeles and Tokyo where many residents require specialized breathing equipment to go outside during air quality alerts. Often we see the results as smog, but many times the air pollution is odorless, colorless, and is only...
Environmental Law, Air Pollution Permits
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...air quality standards. It requires the following, It requires the following, air quality analysis, public involvement, additional... Environmental Law, Air Pollution Permits Question Air pollution is the contamination of the atmosphere by harmful gases.It causes severe complications to the chest and lungs due to the high concentration of harmful gases. The bubble concept for pollution control is best portrayed as a glass bubble over a single source of air pollution. Therefore, the thinking goes that a facility may increase the amount of its gas emissions if another facility decreases its emissions by the same amount or percentage. The bubble concept is best defined as a pollution control system which...
Air pollution
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...Air Quality Service and the United States National Ambient Air Quality. They have set first class standards that set maximum atmospheric concentrations for certain specified pollutants (Liu 79). Most environmental agencies have enacted regulations that are intended to lead to achievement of the targeted levels. In addition, governments and environmental agencies have set standards that have various thresholds... Air Pollution Industrialization and technological advancements have brought about serious detrimental effects to the environment, key among them being air pollution. According to World Health Organization (W.H.O), air pollution is the contamination of the outdoor or indoor environment by any...
Air Pollution law
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...air pollution in its turn will cause a considerable reduction of respiratory infections and lung cancer, as well as heart and vascular diseases. Since individuals can not control the exposure to air pollutants hazardous for their health, air quality control and air pollution reduction are completely under the responsibility of national, regional and international authorities. 2. International air pollution control regulations As we saw above, air pollution is not a local problem; its harmful effect can spread far away from the locality of its source. In this respect the international system of regulations seems to be an important means of air pollution control at the world level. Magraw... ?Air pollution ...
How we determine if a portable air cleaner is effective?
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...AIR CLEANER Prof. Richard J. Shaughnessy HYPOTHESIS A portable air cleaner is effective if it cleans the air to the extent that is does not affect a person with asthma or allergic to the common particle allergens, such as, pollen, pet dander, dust, and mold. Particulate in the air affects a patient with respiratory allergic diseases. ABSTRACT The use of ventilation so as to dilute the air contaminants is the major method of improving indoor air quality. The exhausted air is filled with gaseous pollutants and particulate matter such as pollen, smoke, particles generated from combustion, animal dander, dust, and particles associated with tiny organism, like... , bacteria, molds, and viruses....
Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution Introduction Air pollution is associated with adverse health effects. These health effects have been linked to both particulate and gaseous components of air pollution, and to both acute and chronic exposure. To monitor and improve the air quality environmental agencies have been conducting comprehensive air-pollution monitoring and modeling over the last decades. Although these monitoring have helped to identify the potential unhealthy levels of air quality at specific areas, and the air quality in general...
Environmental problems and Air Pollution Problems
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...AIR POLLUTION PROBLEMS Environmental Problems and Air Pollution Problems School Environmental problems and Air Pollution Problems Air pollution is defined by the European Environment Agency as the existence “contaminant or pollutant substances in the air” in such intensity that it intervenes with “human health or welfare, or produces other harmful environmental effects” (Air Pollution, 2009, para. 1). It is primarily caused by the use of fossil fuels, the main process in producing electricity, the heating system and the motorized transportation system (Air Pollution, 2009). The major air pollution problems are as follows: air quality, acid rain, global... RUNNING HEAD: ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS AND AIR...
Air pollution
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...air pollution have consisted primarily of "command and control" programs that involve enforcement of government regulations designed to reduce toxic emissions. In 1963, the first Clean Air Act (CAA) was passed and in 1970, and 1990, amendments to the CAA were passed which gave the EPA the responsibility and legal authority to set healthful air pollution standards, to put limits on point source and mobile emissions, and to enforce these new standards. As a result of the Clean Air Act amendments of 1970 and 1990, air quality in the U.S. has shown... ? Table of Contents Environmental Science: Air Pollution Introduction Air pollution has become a major environmental health problem affecting both developed...
M7 Graphing Traffic Data Discussion /air pollution
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...Air Pollution Program Memo ID Number) (Unit (Unit Submitted) Introduction The goal of every citizen and the public health globally is to ensure excellent health and a healthy environment. The interaction of humans with the environment has affected the quality of life and caused disparities in health. Environmental health is concerned with the prevention of disability, injury and disease. The various themes focused by the healthy people 2020 are: air quality, international environmental health and water quality. Other themes include excellent communities and homes, less toxic substances emissions and good infrastructure. When we promote a healthy environment by year 2020, we will promote good...
M7 Graphing Traffic Data Discussion /air pollution
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...Air Pollution Program Memo 1.1 Introduction The goal of every citizen and the public health globally is to ensure good health and healthy environment. The human and environment interact often which has affected life quality and caused disparities in health. Environmental health concerns prevention of disability, injury and disease. There are various themes focused by the healthy people 2020 are as follows: a) Air quality b) International environmental health c) Water quality d) Excellent communities and homes e) Less toxic substances emissions f) Good infrastructure When we promote healthy environment by year 2020, we will promote... Housing Department at Murray ID Number) (Unit (Unit Submitted 0 M7 Air ...
Air pollution
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...Air Act (CAA) was passed and in 1970, and 1990, amendments to the CAA were passed which gave the EPA the responsibility and legal authority to set healthful air pollution standards, to put limits on point source and mobile emissions, and to enforce these new standards. As a result of the Clean Air Act amendments of 1970 and 1990, air quality in the U.S. has shown significant improvement. Between 1970 and 1993, lead emissions from industrial sources decreased by 91 %, and the move from leaded to unleaded gas reduced lead emissions even further (EPA, 1999... Air Pollution Outline 0 Introduction Air pollution has become a major environmental health problem. Problems underlying ever increasing auto emissions ...
The Clean Air Act
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...Air Quality Act of 1967 which was an amendment of the 1963 Act. The 1967 Air Quality Act authorized HEW to set national air quality standards. The Act required states to set ambient air quality standards. These standards were expected to be in line with the criteria set by HEW. Roy notes that the Air Quality Act of 1967 had a shortcoming in that it did not establish enforcement procedures. The Clean Air Act was enacted in 1970. It brought about a shift in the strategy of tackling pollution. The amendments empowered the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to establish a National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). These standards are meant to protect... The Clean Air Act (1990) Since...
The Clean Air Act
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...Air Act is a first major law on environment. The law includes terms for the citizen suits of the United States. Similar legislation has been enacted by many state and local governments. The objective of the Clean Air Act of 1963 was to improve, strengthen and accelerate the programs aimed to prevent air pollution. The objective of the Clean Air act of 1970 was to amend the act for a more effective program that will improve the quality of air of the nation. The objectives were restated in 1990 to amend the act that will maintain the health of the society by meeting the standards of air quality. After a decade, the Congress finally amended the Clean Air Act in order to solve... please choose the topic from ...
Air pollution
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...Air Pollution 4.1 Effects of Indoor Air Pollution Indoor air pollution can cause eye irritation, headache, skin irritation, and other health problems. Aside from this, if radon is inhaled in large amount, the person can also suffer from lung cancer. Sick building syndrome (SBS) can also occur if the air quality in a building is poor or low. SBS can elicit symptoms such as chills and fever, congestion of the chest, throat irritation, dry skin, and dizziness. These symptoms are not specific; therefore, these symptoms can also be caused by other ailments. However, an employee must seek an attention of a physician... ?Air Pollution 0 Introduction Pollution is one of the recent topics that had caught the...
Aviation's Affects/Contributions to Air Pollution
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...Air Pollution July 3, To begin with, the issue of air pollution as a result of an increase in aviation industry is too serious and huge to be solved in a moment. In this respect experts are trying first to designate the extent of air pollution and its growth in the short and in the long run. All in all, one cannot refuse the fact that air quality is still getting worse. Thus, it is a precursor for further decline of the environment despite of the fact that the mankind cannot stop using aviation and aircrafts for different reasons. Therefore, there is a direct link between contemporary aviation development and air pollution which is identified in bad air quality and ozone destruction... ? Aviation and Air ...
Air pollution
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...Air Pollution. Our Nation’s Air. pp. 3-7. Accessed October 5, 2014 http://www.epa.gov/airtrends/2010/report/airpollution.pdf Heal M. R, Kumar, P.and Harrison, R.M. (2012) Particles, air quality, policy and health. Chemical Society reviews. Issue 19 (41) pp. 6606-6630. Kazmi, S. K. (2012). Hybrid Electric Vehicle. Pakistan & Gulf Economist, 31(39), 40-42. Liao, K., Amar, P... Air pollution Institute Air pollution Summary Riyadh is the capital and one of the major cities of SaudiArabia. It is rapidly progressing, but it is in the jaws of air pollution, which is constantly clawing at its environment. Air pollution causes many diseases such as cardiovascular and breathing problems. But by promoting...
Discussion: Air Pollution Effects
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...air pollution while chronic bronchitis is common in adults. Air pollution upsurges the occurrence rate and harshness of respiratory attacks among asthma patients. Effects of air pollution depend upon the living conditions of the people. Poor and undernourished people living in unhealthy environment, small children and old people are more vulnerable to air pollution. In some countries, air quality control measures are not very rigid in industrial areas and poor people living in such areas stay in squalid conditions which make them more vulnerable to air pollution. Air pollution can also... ? Air Pollution – effects Air pollution is caused when harmful substances are discharged into the air by human...
The Clean Air Act
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...Air Act and how it has helped the environment. The Act contains several emission regulations as listed in the below description. National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) These are regulations issued by the Environmental Protection Act to set up primary and secondary NAAQS which define the standards of air quality permitted (Martineau and Novello 12). The primary standards aim at providing public health protection, which include protecting the sensitive population like the elderly, children and asthmatics... The Clean Air Act The Clean Air Act of the United s was established to minimize and control air pollution on a nationwide level (Jacobson 1). It mandates the Environmental Protection Agency,...
Air Pollution in Beijing
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...Air Pollution in Beijing Air pollution in the capital of China, Beijing, has overtime become an ever increasing issue amongenvironmentalist and residents in China. Regrettably, any hopes of resolving this national calamity seems like just a mere dream. According to Beijing Municipal Environmental Monitoring Center, the current quality of air is reported to be above 300, which is considered hazardous by the World Health Organization. This is because dense smog hangs down the atmosphere affecting the people of Beijing. The monitoring stations observed that atmospheric particulates known as PM 2.5 are mostly responsible for...
Air legislation
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...AIR LEGISLATION Air legislation can be defined as the air laws overriding Air Transport, Air Navigation and the Maintenance of Civil Air craft and its equipment to the required minimum Air worthiness standards provided by the country’s laws. Air legislation involves numerous requirements and regulations. Requirements are the standards applied in civil aircraft and do not have to be accepted by Parliament. Regulations are the air laws that are appropriate to civil aircraft and must be approved by Parliament. The role of these laws is to...
Air Pollution in China
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...air pollution experienced in many Chinese cities and their citizens such as in Beijing and Guangzhou as well as abroad. There have been numerous studies that have shown that the appalling quality of air within the Chinese cities and even the countryside have led to the occurrence of over a million deaths as from the year 2010 alone. This paper discusses the significance... Air Pollution in China Introduction The economic activities of production and consumption carried out in the Peoples Republicof China require the use of energy, and the use of energy affects the environment in the form of pollution which may be air pollution and emission of greenhouse gases, which cause global warming that affects...
America Air Pollution
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...quality of urban air as early as in the sixteenth century depended on the use of coal.3 After the first industrial revolution, the air pollution problem formed and developed during the second industrial revolution as a form of “smoke”. Many industries were located in the cities and towns. The fumes from these industries and the coal from domestic heating in the home made the levels of air population in the urban region be high. In times of foggy situations, the level of pollution increased leading to the formation of urban smogs (a mixture of fog and smoke). This made... America Air Pollution Air pollution involves the introduction of particulate matter, chemicals, or the biological material, which...
Air and Water Pollution
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...Air Quality --- Carbon monoxide (CO), n. d) “Visual impairment, reduced work capacity, reduced manual dexterity, poor learning ability... ? Air and water pollution Air & water pollution The introduction of dangerous substances into air, water or soil can be referred as pollution. Substances which cause immense damage to the environment, air, water or soil can be termed as pollutants. It is not necessary to accuse only the chemical substances for causing air and water pollution. In fact, noise, heat and light can also cause pollution to air and water. The availability of fresh water and fresh air is decreasing day by day because of the injudicious activities of human. Some pollutants affect air and water...
Air pollution in Beijing
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...Air Pollution in Beijing Introduction Pollution affects everyone and everything. Often times we focus on air quality in terms of human factors, but we fail to realize the environmental effects that pollution has on the planet as well. In recent decades, much has been written about air pollution in China. As the population has exploded in the region, so has economic growth. The Chinese people are experiencing unprecedented growth in economic and business development. This has resulted, however, in a migration of hundreds of millions of people towards urban areas. As this has occurred, countless thousands of factories have been erected to support this growth and to keep... up to a staggering...
Air pollution in china
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...Air Pollution in China Introduction China wakes up every day to air that defiles their health in every way. Platt terms China’s air pollution as the world’s “deadliest”. The country’s dependence on fossil fuels has seen it beat the US as the top CO2 emitter globally (Kuby et al. 795). The situation has been so severe such that Vanderklippe cites a man from Hebei province who sued the government in February 2014 for the “severity of the fouled air,” this being one of the many other affected citizens. To further show that the situation is severe, the reporter cites the U.S. embassy based in Beijing which rated the air quality in the capital as hazardous. Indeed, the poor air quality threatens... ...
Air Pollution in Ontario
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...air quality data monitor in more than 40 monitoring sites across the province. The data which is collected from these sites is used to monitor the program that is being made and therefore make necessary changes in order to deal with the problem. This information collected is also used to create public awareness on the issue and encourage them to take an action. In order to deal with the problem of air pollution in Ontario, there must be efforts which will be aimed at cutting the level of pollution mainly targeting vehicles... Air pollution in Ontario Introduction Ontario is a province that is located at the central Canada and has largest population. It has been rated as the second largest after Quebec...
Phoenix air pollution
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...quality of air in Phoenix done The American Lung Association found that the Air Quotient Index is at a staggering high at 57%(areavibes.com).The Air Quotient Index (AQI) refers to an average value that considers harmful pollutants in relation to its impact on the health of the people. This is way above the national index by 172.9 % ( arevibes.com). EPA uses this AQI when enforcing the Clean Air Act. EPA has classified these results into five major categories in relation to the pollutants. These are: nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, ground level ozone, particulate matter and carbon... Number Phoenix Air Pollution Air pollution is a growing concern for many cities of the world. The problem is especially...
Air Conditioning Systems
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...air conditioners to get better air quality but the implications of using these systems are also quite evident. Actually, most people are only concerned about the comfort associated with air conditioners so they always forget about the several disadvantages of using these cooling systems. The basic objective of this essay is to identify and discuss those specific disadvantages that are associated with air conditioning systems. Although a variety of negative effects are created by air conditioners but following are the two key issues in this regard. 1. Air conditioners are not energy efficient. 2. Air conditioners create a perfect environment for the growth... "Air conditioning systems are inherently...
Clean Air Act and the Components and Prevention of Air Pollution
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...Air Act is a first major law on environment. The law includes terms for the citizen suits of the United States. Similar legislation has been enacted by many state and local governments. The objective of the Clean Air Act of 1963 was to improve, strengthen and accelerate the programs aimed to prevent air pollution. The objective of the Clean Air act of 1970 was to amend the act for a more effective program that will improve the quality of air of the nation. The objectives were restated in 1990 to amend the act that will maintain the health of the society by meeting the standards of air quality. After a decade, the Congress finally amended the Clean Air Act in order to solve the problems... ? please choose ...
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