Tag: Statewide Emissions Inventory Program

2005:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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2008:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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2011:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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2014:
Statewide Emissions Inventories

The annual emissions inventory is one means used by the state to assess the level of pollutants released into the air from various sources. A group of common air pollutants regulated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) are called criteria air pollutants; these pollutants were determined based on their health and/or environmental effects. The second …

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Definitions:
Statewide Emissions Inventory Program

Ammonia (NH3) A colorless gaseous alkaline compound that is very soluble in water, has a characteristic pungent odour, is lighter than air, and is formed as a result of the decomposition of most nitrogenous organic material. Information Source .. Carbon Monoxide (CO) A colorless, odorless, very toxic gas resulting from incomplete combustion. CO can reduce …

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