The Environmental Protection Agency wants the new standard for ground-level ozone — known as smog — to be set between 65 and 70 parts per billion, as measured by air quality monitors. That’s a drop from the current 75 parts per billion, a standard that was set in 2008.
The Environmental Protection Agency wants the new standard for ground-level ozone — known as smog — to be set between 65 and 70 parts per billion, as measured by air quality monitors. That’s a drop from the current 75 parts per billion, a standard that was set in 2008. Adam Rountree The Associated Press
The Environmental Protection Agency wants the new standard for ground-level ozone — known as smog — to be set between 65 and 70 parts per billion, as measured by air quality monitors. That’s a drop from the current 75 parts per billion, a standard that was set in 2008. Adam Rountree The Associated Press

EPA proposes a lower ozone standard to curtail asthma and other ailments

November 26, 2014 5:02 PM