U.S. EPA Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) and other closely related EPA sites.
Senior-level policy committee established in 1990 to advise the U.S. EPA on issues related to implementing the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
Air pollution from motor vehicles, fuels, and nonroad equipment. Formerly Office of Mobile Sources.
Provides detailed information to the various EPA programs associated with radiation protection activities.
Information on secondhand smoke.
The Indoor Environments Division (IED) coordinates research and develops and implements policies regarding the impact of indoor air pollutants on the general public.
Federal Government's principal program to control air pollution from motor vehicles. Primary responsibilities include developing programs to reduce mobile source related air pollution; evaluating emission control technology; testing vehicles, engines, and fuels; and determining compliance with Federal emissions and fuel economy standards.
Deals with issues that affect the quality of our air. OAR develops national programs, technical policies, and regulations for air pollution control. Areas of concern to OAR include: indoor and outdoor air quality, stationary and mobile sources of air pollution, radon, radiation protection, acid rain, stratospheric ozone depletion, and pollution prevention.
Information about the science of ozone depletion, regulations in the US designed to protect the ozone layer, and information for the general public.
Site has emission reduction strategies, national policies, regulations, incentive-based programs, funding sources, calculators, and other types of assistance to help states and local areas achieve their air quality and transportation objectives.
Helps educators raise sun safety awareness for grades K-8.
Information on manufacturers and retailers for energy-efficient electronics, lighting, transformers, appliances, office equipment, and heating/cooling systems.
Ranks vehicles according to the EPA emission standards that the vehicles have been designed to meet throughout their lifetime.
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