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Title: Air quality report for the Anglian Region of the Environment Agency 1999
Author: Environment Agency
Document Type: Monograph
This report has been prepared to help inform on air quality and the collective impact of Integrated Pollution Control (IPC) processes within the Region regulated by the Environment Agency. It builds on the work reported in “Anglian Region State of the Environment Report - The IPC Perspective” prepared in April 1997 and also the Anglian Regional Conference on Air Quality (co-sponsored by Government Office Eastern Region) which was held in March 1999. The report forms part of the Anglian Region’s environmental strategy on air quality, and also reflects the Agency’s goal of focussing on environmental outcomes from regulation. The report concentrates on the pollutants identified in the National Air Quality Strategy. The lead for implementing the National Air Quality Strategy lies with Local Authorities, and it is hoped that this report would be helpful to both Local Authorities and to the industries concerned in providing information to assist with discussion and decision making. The report details the results of modelling analysis for all IPC processes that reported discharges of the eight pollutants listed under the National Air Quality Strategy. These eight pollutants are benzene, 1,3-butadiene, carbon monoxide, lead, nitrogen dioxide, ozone, particles less than 10 microns, and sulphur dioxide.
Publisher: Environment Agency
Publication Date: 1999
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: Air qualityAir pollutionEnvironmental managementIndustrial pollutantsNitrogen dioxideSulphur dioxideCarbon monoxideLeadEnvironmental modelling
Geographic Keywords: EA South EastEast Anglia
Extent: 8; + appendices
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