Clean Air Act

The Clean Air Act is federal law that was enacted in 1963 to regulate air emissions in the US to protect public health and welfare by regulating the emissions of hazardous air pollutants. The act regulated sources from both mobile and stationary sources and authorized the EPA to establish standards and take enforcement action. Violation of the Clean Air Act can result in fines and legal action that may be brought by the EPA, state, local and tribal agencies. Facilities ranging from manufacturers, hospitals, laboratories, and many other producers of air emissions seek to achieve compliance through emissions testing, inventory development, permit compliance and agency negotiations

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