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AQSArbeitsgemeinschaft zur Förderung der Qualitätssicherung in der Medizin (Koeln, Germany)
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AQSA Quick Sale Limited (UK)
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AQSAutomotive Quality Solutions (California)
AQSAnderton Quantity Surveyors Ltd.
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Under the Clean Air Act, EPA is required to conduct (https://www.epa.gov/criteria-air-pollutants/process-reviewing-national-ambient-air-quality-standards) regular reviews of national air quality standards  for major pollutants, and to revise those standards if the latest science indicates that they are not adequately protecting public health.
Simulation 2: Air Pollution Emission Controlled by following the National Air Quality Standard (3 x [10.sup.-7] kg/[m.sup.3]).
Average levels of S[O.sub.2] (15 [micro]g/[m.sup.3]) was below annual air quality standard (80 [micro]g/[m.sup.3]) set by PME Saudi Arabia (Table 1).
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has until December 1 to decide whether to keep or change current national air quality standards for ozone.
The National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particle Pollution: Particle Pollution and Health.
Environmental Protection Agency has finalized an update to its national air quality standards for harmful fine particle pollution, including soot, a move health and environmental advocates heralded as "an important win for the American people and our environment."
ambient air quality standard indicates that it was a limited tool for
Air quality standards for nitrogen dioxide (NO2) were exceeded far more often when the NAO was in a negative phase.
suppose that EPA's ambient air quality standard places the entire
The National Cattlemen's Beef Association is criticizing what it calls flawed and inconclusive science in an Environmental Protection Agency review of the national ambient air quality standards for "particulate matter" (i.e.
Scotland's Environmental Protection Agency say pollutants in Aberdeen, Glasgow and Edinburgh exceeded the UK air quality standard, while the Forth Valley is one of the worst areas affected.
The National Ambient Air Quality Standard for particulate matter [less than] 10 [mu]m in diameter ([PM.sub.10]) is 150 [mu]g/[m.sup.3], averaged over 24 hours [2].
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