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How to Control Electrical Pollution

Electrical pollution is causing a large area of concern within some of the private sectors, a term that is referred to many as “dirty power” but has no scientific basis for it in engineering or electrical science. A loose term, it describes several types of electrical phenomenastray voltages, electric and magnetic fields, earth currents, and … Read more

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Ins and Outs of the Pollution Control Board

The world is full of news about pollution on Earth, both good and bad, and involves an exceptionally wide range of pollutants. This needs the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and its Science Advisory Board to provide advice and recommendations within this area, using their pollution control board. If something needs a specific regulation, this … Read more

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Effective Air Pollution Control Systems

Air pollution control systems can remove contaminants by two methods, they can kill them entirely or remove them before they are released into the air. Industry and transportation devices follow those procedures because they are the largest divisions which release contaminants into the air, considered the number one causes of major air pollution. Common air … Read more

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Necessities of Water Pollution Control

Recognizing the threats of dirty water in the United States goes clear back in history to the River and Harbor Act of 1886 by Congress, re-codified in 1899 with no water pollution control strategies necessary at that time. But in 1969, a Federal study showed different results entirely, with half of the public water supply’s … Read more

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Ways to Control Water Pollution

With major water reservoirs drying up in the South-east, the United States government is projecting that within the next five years over 38 of its states will face serious water shortages. And of the water that will remain, today’s serious issues will influence our future unless we find successful ways to control water pollution or … Read more

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Appropriate Steps to Control Air Pollution

Offering a wide range of steps to control air pollution, many AAPCD agencies are located within each individual state, with that state under the umbrella of the US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) board in its Research & Development division, Risk Management Research area. Many, if not most, states may need an indirect source permit for … Read more

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Big name companies are beginning to make serious commitments to pollution control within their industries, excellent results being achieved by curbing carbon monoxide and nitrogen oxides within these global industrial powers. However, using strategies that will control the ozone in the lower atmosphere, scientists are still finding it difficult at best to quantify the short-lived … Read more

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What Are The New Pollution Control Efforts?

As time goes on, what used to work in the pollution department is becoming outdated and not quite as efficient. New pollution control efforts have recently tightened up their standards to remove higher amounts of pollution from overly-populated cities and countries that are now surrounded by acid rain, smog, toxic contamination, potential health risks, and … Read more

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The Control of Air Pollution

The control of air pollution lies within the Air Pollution Prevention and Control Division (APPCD) of the National Risk Management Research Laboratory. Involving research and development of air pollution prevention, while it also controls advanced technologies for electric power plants, sources for greenhouse gases, key industries, and incinerators. The APPCD is in the International clean … Read more

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Ways to Control Air Pollution

The Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) is associated with many different ways to control air pollution, due to the large amount of air pollutants which affect the world, in America alone over 30 million people are diagnosed with asthma, affecting on a daily level air pollution. Their agency develops technical policies and national programs, … Read more