What is the Clean Air Act (“CAA”)?

The Clean Air Act (“CAA”) is the EPA’s primary method of regulating emissions that potentially affect air quality.   Accordingly, the CAA requires the EPA to set national standards that limit the levels of air pollutants.   The EPA regulates air pollutants by developing human health-based and environmentally and scientifically based (or both) criteria that sets the permissible pollutant levels. 

You can learn more about the Clean Air Act at the EPA’s website at:  https://www.epa.gov/laws-regulations/summary-clean-air-act

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