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As such, the pollutants should be listed by EPA as criteria pollutants, and ambient air standards
should be issued for them, the complaint said.
First, Ottinger refers to various ambient air standards
and the fact that there is "no consensus on what constitute [s] a safe or permissible level.
Ironically, about 127 million Americans still live in counties where air pollution levels exceed one or more of the six National Ambient Air Standards
(NAAQS), and politicians still debate whether the health-based regulation of air quality is hurting the economy and stymieing job growth despite evidence to the contrary.
The company also monitors in parts per million, while more protective provisions set for ambient air standards
in Louisiana are in parts per billion.
In political terms, cleaner ambient air standards
are particularly important to regions like Southern California.
Hardest hit will be those who are currently not in compliance with ambient air standards
for ozone levels.
These emissions could impact population centers in the Northeast that already fail to meet ambient air standards