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Perhaps, he theorized, grass pollens become more allergenic when combined with air pollutants so that the benefits of green space diminish as pollution increases.
The equipment is subject to federal Clean Air Act (CAA)'s New Source Performance Standards for Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants, and the engines are subject to the CAA National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants for Stationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines.
These life damaging substances or air pollutants cause a serious threat to human and plants life, man-made structures and environment.
will install equipment to completely eliminate emissions of the hazardous air pollutant perchloroethylene (PCE) from its facility, which is beyond what the company is required to do by law.
A growing body of evidence showed that exposure to ambient air pollutants is associated with insulin resistance1, cardio metabolic risk factors2 and T2DM.
According to MINAP data, there were 400,000 heart attacks during this time period, 2 million emergency admissions for cardiovascular problems, and 600,000 heart attack and stroke deaths were related to average levels of air pollutants over a 5-day period.
Some 400,000 heart attacks recorded in MINAP; more than 2 million emergency admissions for cardiovascular problems; and 600,000 deaths from a heart attack/stroke were linked to average levels of air pollutants over a period of 5 days using data from the monitoring station nearest to the place of residence.
Whilst previous studies had examined air pollution and ASD, they generally had not examined gender differences in the relationship between ASD and air pollutants.
Four residents of Winneshiek County, Iowa, have filed suit against the Environmental Protection Agency, charging that EPA is not doing its job of regulating air pollutants emitted from concentrated animal feeding operations.
Der-Jen Hsu and colleagues from the National Kaohsiung First University of Science and Technology (Taiwan) report that essential oils used in aromatherapy may emit potentially harmful indoor air pollutants such as volatile organic compounds (VOCs), the degradation of which by ozone present in the air can produce small, ultrafine byproducts known as secondary organic aerosols (SOAs), which may cause eye and airway irritation.
Concentrations of air pollutants in many homes exceed health-based standards for chronic and acute exposures.
It is worth mentioning that the Sultanate is considered among the countries that concerns to monitor air pollutants concentration in its skies via monitoring stations.
Summary: Washington, July 06, 2010, SPA -- The United States will drastically cut power- plant emissions of sulphur dioxide and nitrogen oxides over the next five years, hoping to prevent thousands of deaths from the air pollutants, dpa quoted the US environmental regulator as.
2 million cars, which are already on Tehran streets, are the largest source of air pollutants.
There are usually three regions around the collection medium of the passive sampler where air pollutants can diffuse by molecular diffusion.