Clean Air


The Clean Air Act s the law that defines EPA's responsibilities for protecting and improving the nation's air quality and the stratospheric ozone layer. The last major change in the law, the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990, was enacted by Congress in 1990. 

Air pollution control and clean air quality preservation are vital to reducing dangers to public health and welfare, injury to agricultural crops and livestock, hazards to air and ground transportation, and atmospheric deterioration. (Source: EPA / Photo: Shutterstock)

EPA: $2.4 million for indoor air quality education

Hold your breath: BPA is in the air

Green offices keep employees healthy, productive

Train pollution rules remain up in the air

Home air quality: What are you inhaling?

Another BP spill sickens kids in Texas

Air pollution price tag: Our health or their wealth

The Purifan: Hit with the ugly stick?

It's official: 93% reductions in mercury from cement kilns

Georgia Telework Week: Aug. 23-27, 2010

Secondhand smoke hurts kids' grades

NASA makes big commitment to greener skies