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  • Office of Air and Radiation - 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.
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  • Acid Rain Program - Working to significantly reduce electric utilities' emissions of the pollutants responsible for acid deposition. Includes a system of tradable SO2 emissions allowances: a landmark use of market incentives in environmental protection.
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  • AirData - Provides access to annual summaries of ambient air monitoring data and air pollutant emissions estimates.
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  • Clean Air Act Advisory Committee - 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.
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  • Clean Air Interstate Rule - Information on CAIR including regulatory and emission information.
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  • EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality - Air pollution from motor vehicles, fuels, and nonroad equipment. Formerly Office of Mobile Sources.
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  • EPA Radiation Protection Division Home Page - Provides detailed information to the various EPA programs associated with radiation protection activities.
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  • Indoor Air - Secondhand Smoke - Information on secondhand smoke.
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  • Indoor Air Quality - The Indoor Environments Division (IED) coordinates research and develops and implements policies regarding the impact of indoor air pollutants on the general public.
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  • National Air and Radiation Environmental Laboratory - An environmental laboratory applying advanced methods for measuring environmental radioactivity.
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  • National Vehicle and Fuel Emissions Laboratory - 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.
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  • Ozone Depletion, Global Programs Division - Information about the science of ozone depletion, regulations in the US designed to protect the ozone layer, and information for the general public.
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  • State and Local Transportation Resources - 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.
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  • SunWise School Program - Helps educators raise sun safety awareness for grades K-8.
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  • U.S. EPA Energy Star Program - Information on manufacturers and retailers for energy-efficient electronics, lighting, transformers, appliances, office equipment, and heating/cooling systems.
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  • Utility Mercury Reductions Rule - Information on the Mercury Rule including information on the benefits, regulatory actions, and technical information.
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  • Vehicle Emissions Guide - Ranks vehicles according to the EPA emission standards that the vehicles have been designed to meet throughout their lifetime.
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