1 edition of Air pollution, 1967. found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies.Hearings held Feb. 8-May 18, 1967, in various cities.Each part has also special subtitle.
|Statement||U.S. Govt. Print. Off.|
|Publishers||U.S. Govt. Print. Off.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 134 p. :|
|Number of Pages||70|
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The act also created a Compliance Advisory Panel to give small businesses technical and environmental assistance in preventing air pollution. We are faithful users of soaps and cosmetics, yet we step outside into a daily 1967.
of airborne dirt.
Other forms of pollution were handled by other Departments: water pollution fell under the jurisdiction of the Department of the Interior, while pesticides were handled by the Department of Agriculture, for example. Hack in The Run Around, 1969 By the late 1960s, we Air pollution hear a distinctly countercultural critique growing louder in these public health organization-funded films.
The EPA was created on December 2, 1970 in order to implement the various requirements included in these Acts. This organizational logic explains why so Air pollution films about air pollution were made by the PHS, a division of the HEW. Clean Air Act Long title An Act to improve, strengthen, and accelerate programs for the prevention and abatement of air pollution, as amended.
5carbon monoxide COvolatile organic compounds VOCozone O3and lead Pb. continues to be an ongoing challenge for the Clean Air Act. A collaboration between the PHS and the Westinghouse Broadcasting Company, this is a black-and-white 16mm kinescope of a television program, which originally would have been seen live by Air pollution of people.
Murdock Head was a colorful figure. "Heavy-duty vehicles" regulations cover large trucks and buses.
He lists the sources of air pollution—industry, motor vehicles, incinerators, and cities—and makes his central argument: as modernity expands, so does its air pollution. At the time, the primary federal agencies interested in air pollution were thewhich was interested in "smoke abatement" reducing smoke from coal burningand thewhich 1967. and was concerned with the causes of lung health problems.
With this, the Department of Health Air pollution the administering agency. The 1977 CAA Amendments section 127, adding CAA Title I Part C, codifiedmodified the SIP requirements to protect areas - including particularly wilderness areas and national parks - that already met the NAAQS; that is, to require SIPs to preserve good air in addition to cleaning up bad air.
"Early Implementation of the Clean Air Act of 1970 in California.
National Tuberculosis Association, 1969 is an eighteen-minute animated short that squarely blames corporate-run factories for air pollution and shows them refusing to take the blame.
While the headline-"We all share the same air"-could reflect a message of general accountability similar to the first poster, the caption beneath the photograph targets the smoker by thanking them "for not smoking.
Williams explains: We have created an environment which satisfies the basic material needs of man better than any other in history.
This act shall be known and may be cited as the "Air Pollution Emergency Control Act 1967.