Clean Air Act

A federal law, enacted in 1956 and amended many times since, that empowers the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to protect the public health and welfare by defining and attempting to control atmospheric pollutants, including automotive and factory exhausts such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, carbon monoxide, particulates, and lead.

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