AQMD

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AQMDAir Quality Management District
AQMDAir Quality Maintenance District (California)
AQMDAir Quality Monitoring District (California)
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"As we work towards meeting air quality standards, it is imperative that truck manufacturers accelerate the commercialization of these technologies that will help clean our air and protect public health," said Wayne Nastri, executive officer of the South Coast Air Quality Management District.
Western states have distinct air quality management districts or agencies, and while EPA regulations apply to all states, these districts are not centralized in their programs, regulations, or enforcement.
As the demand for pollution offsets increased, the South Coast Air Quality Management District, which oversees the program, found itself with a tempting option: Instead of holding on to its small quota of offsets set aside for essential services such as schools and fire departments, it could sell them for a healthy profit.
It is designed to pick up contaminates that accumulate on runways, taxiways and the roads and streets surrounding airport facilities and is certified by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) to be efficient in removing PM-10 small-micron particular matter.
The Board of the South Coast Air Quality Management District in California has approved a $2.6-million contract for the conversion of 20 Ford Escape Hybrids and 10 Toyota Priuses to plug-ins.
The Board of the South Coast Air Quality Management District in California approved a $2.6-million contract for the conversion of 20 Ford Escape Hybrids and 10 Toyota Priuses to plug-ins.
Beebe said Toyota officials cited a federal court case, South Coast Air Quality Management District vs.
Krylon Products' reformulated Iron Guard coating is in compliance with the South Coast Air Quality Management District's new VOC regulations of 100 g/L for industrial maintenance coatings, which went into effect on July 1, 2006.
California's South Coast Air Quality Management District last week announced plans to create a division to seek tougher vehicle-emissions rules from state and federal regulators.
As one example of the potential for pollution, the Los Angeles and Long Beach ports of Southern California together are responsible for daily emissions of 128 tons of N[O.sub.x], compared to 101 tons from all 6 million cars in the region, according to California's South Coast Air Quality Management District. Diesel PM emissions from the combined ports were estimated at 1,760 tons per year in 2002 by the California Air Resources Board (CARB).
According to Air Products, the two stations are part of a five-city hydrogen fueling alternative energy demonstration program being implemented by the South Coast Air Quality Management District (AQMD) in which the cities involved will use the company's technology to fuel Toyota Prius hybrid electric vehicles converted to be hydrogen capable by Quantum Technologies.
Air Products' (NYSE:APD) hydrogen fueling technologies have been selected for three demonstration projects by the California South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) for fueling stations to be placed in Burbank, Riverside and Santa Ana in 2005.
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