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Air and Atmosphere Analysis

Air Pollutants
Aerosols, Asbestos, Carbon Monoxide, Chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), Criteria Air Pollutants, Ground Level Ozone, Hazardous Air Pollutants (HAPs), Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs), Lead, Mercury, Methane, Nitrogen Oxides (NOx), Particulate Matter (PM), Propellants, Radon, Refrigerants, Substitutes, Sulfur Oxides (SO2), Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs)

Air Pollution
Certification Programs, Clear Skies, Community Involvement, Industrial Air Pollution, New Source Review, Research, State Implementation Plans, Stationary Sources, Testing, Transboundary Pollution, Urban Air Pollution

Air Pollution Control
Abatement, Remediation, Treatment

Air Pollution Effects
Acid Rain, Climate Change, Economic Effects, Environmental Effects, Global Warming, Health Effects, Heat Island Effect, Risk Assessment

Air Pollution Legal Aspects
Compliance, Enforcement, Guidance, Legislation, Permits, Regulations, Reporting, Standards


Air Pollution Monitoring
Emission Factor, Emission Inventory, Emissions, Measurement, Models, Monitoring, World Trade Center Monitoring

Air Quality
Air Quality Criteria, Air Quality Models, Attainment, Emission Factor, Emission Inventory, Emissions, Emissions Measurement, Emissions Trading, Measurement, Models, Monitoring, Nonattainment

Carbon Sequestration, Climate Change, Global Warming, Ground Level Ozone, Ozone Depletion, Ozone Layer, Ozone Monitoring, Ozone Transport, Smog, Ultraviolet Radiation (UV)

Indoor Air Pollution
Carbon Monoxide, Environmental Tobacco Smoke, Fireplaces, Mercury, Mold, Radon, Sick Building Syndrome, Stoves, Vermiculite, World Trade Center Dust Cleanup

Mobile Sources
Airplanes, Automobiles, Diesels, Engines, Fuels, Inspection and Maintenance, Lawn and Garden Equipment, Locomotives, Marine Engines, Trucks and Buses, Used Oil Recycling, Vehicle Emissions

What Are the Six Common Air Pollutants?

EPA has set national air quality standards for six common pollutants (also referred to as "criteria" pollutants). Click on one of the pollutants below for information on sources of the pollutant, why the pollutant is of concern, health and environmental effects, efforts underway to help reduce the pollutant, and other helpful resources.
Ozone, O3 Particulate Matter, PM Carbon Monoxide, CO
Nitrogen Oxides, NOx Sulfur Dioxide, SO2 Lead, Pb


Arial"> Lead, Pb