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Water Quality: EPA Faces Challenges in Addressing Damage Caused by Airborne Pollutants
David C. Trimble (au)
Atmospheric deposition, a process that transfers pollutants from the air to the earthäó»s surface, can significantly impair the quality of the nationäó»s waters. The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) can potentially address atmospheric deposition through the Clean Water Act (CWA) and the Clean Air Act (CAA), but concerns have been raised about its ability to do so. This report examines (1) the extent to which atmospheric deposition of NOx, SO2, and mercury contributes to the impairment of the nationäó»s waters and identify the key sources of these pollutants; (2) the regulatory tools that EPA uses under the CWA to address the effects of atmospheric deposition, and the challenges, if any, that it faces in doing so; and (3) the regulatory tools that EPA uses under the CAA to address the effects of atmospheric deposition, and the challenges, if any, that it faces in doing so. Table and figures. This is a print on demand report.
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