Region 1: EPA New England
Air Toxics in New England
The air we breathe can be contaminated with pollutants from factories, power plants, motor vehicles, the products we use and many other sources. These pollutants have long been a major concern because of the harmful effects they have on peoples' health and the environment.
On this website, you can find general information about air toxics, what EPA is doing to reduce ambient air toxics levels, information on the reductions we have seen to date from large New England manufacturing companies, as well as links to other related websites.
What are toxic air pollutants?... Where do toxic air pollutants come from?... more
Toxics of Greatest Concern in New England
The 2005 NATA estimated that state average risk values... more
| Important Background Info on the National Air Toxics Assessment
NATA utilizes 2005 air inventory estimates to model concentrations of air toxics and our exposure risks... more
Priority Air Toxics in New England
Diesel, Dioxins, Lead, Mercury, and PCBs... more
are EPA New England and the States Doing About Air Toxics?
EPA NE staff provide technical assistance to the regulated community to ensure compliance with the air toxics regulations... more
Integrated Urban Air Toxics Strategy, Health-track website... more
Toxics in Your State
Air toxics in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, Rhode Island, Vermont and NESCAUM... more
|Regional Administrator's Letter to the Public Regarding 2005 NATA|
For more information about air toxics in New England, please contact:
Susan Lancey (firstname.lastname@example.org)
or for general information about other EPA programs, contact:
The EPA New England call center at (617) 918-1111