Ambient Air Quality Analysis of Toxic Gases and Priority
The EPA regional offices who continuously monitor ambient air quality have determined that combustion by-products and automobile exhaust make up the largest source of air pollution throughout the U.S., with more severe conditions existing overseas. Despite concerns about the conditions outdoors, air quality in the workplace and home environment receive even more attention. The EPA’s list of priority pollutants has grown somewhat since the early 1970’s, when implementation of the Clean Air Act went into full swing. However, the need to test for CO and CO2 is in greater demand than ever.