EPA TARGETS AIR QUALITY NONATTAINMENT AREAS

The Environmental Protection Agency has identified areas of the U.S. that do not meet new federal air quality standards. EPA said 98 regions are in nonattainment for ozone, 42 for carbon monoxide, 71 for particulates, and 12 for lead. Meanwhile, nine eastern states and the District of Columbia have agreed to adopt California's tough auto emissions standards.

Nov 11th, 1991
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