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Clean Air Act: EPA Should Improve the Management of Its Air Toxics Program
John B. Stephenson (au)
EPAís data indicates that 95% of all Amer. face an increased likelihood of developing cancer as a result of breathing air toxics -- pollutants such as benzene & asbestos that may cause cancer or other health problems. Sources of air toxics include large industrial facilities & smaller facilities such as dry cleaners & cars & trucks. EPA regulates 190 pollutants from these sources through a regulatory program. While EPA issues fed. standards, state & local agencies administer these standards, & some develop their own rules to complement the fed. standards. This report assesses: EPAís progress & challenges in implementing the air toxics program; avail. info. on the programís costs & benefits; & practices of state & local air toxics programs. Illus.
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