Including dust; silica; particulate matter 2.5 and 10; diesel particulate matter; microfibres; microplastics; asbestos.
WHO Global Air Quality Guidelines
This comprehensive guide was created by the World Health Organisation (WHO) for policy-makers, lawmakers, and technical experts, including industrial stakeholders and environmental impact assessment practitioners. It was created to offer quantitative, health-based recommendations for air quality, with the ultimate goal of providing guidance that can help to reduce the burden of pollutants on health worldwide. It provides specific recommendations on a range of air pollutants, including particulate matter, ozone, nitrogen and sulfur dioxide, carbon monoxide, and more. It also provides recommendations for implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of the guidelines.
A Practical Guide For Business: Air Pollutant Emission Assessment
This guide from the Stockholm Environment Institute and the Climate & Clean Air Coalition can help your business to reduce air pollution across its value chain, such as particulate matter, sulphur dioxide (SO2), nitrogen oxides (NOx), ammonia, and volatile organic compounds. It introduces a six-step approach to develop an air pollution emission inventory, including mapping the value chain, identifying key sources of pollution, and identifying the appropriate methodology for quantifying emissions.
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