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Pollution and began
The uniqueness of the Seychelles ' ecology is reflected in the US $ 1. 8 million project of the Global Environment Trust Fund of the World Bank ( see Glossary ) entitled Biodiversity Conservation and Marine Pollution Abatement, that began in 1993.
Pollution and traffic jams became major issues as urbanization in the country accelerated and more and more people began moving to Seoul and its surrounding areas.

Pollution and major
Since 1979 the Convention on Long-range Transboundary Air Pollution has addressed some of the major environmental problems of the UNECE region through scientific collaboration and policy negotiation.
Another of the major responsibilities of the Army Corps of Engineers is administering the permitting program under Section 404 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act of 1972.
Pollution is a major problem for the lake.
Pollution of the water and of the riverbank is a major environmental issue in Córdoba.
Projects in the 1990 ’ s included a comprehensive asbestos management consultancy for the Housing Authority, producing drafting instructions for the Asbestos Regulations under the Air Pollution Control Amendment Bill, major environmental impact assessments relating to Port and Airport Developments, and a territory-wide study on Indoor Air Quality.
Pollution by urban and industrial waste is a major problem as a large amount of wastewater is released into the lagoon daily.

Pollution and public
He first came to public prominence as an environmental consultant at the time of the 1967 Torrey Canyon disaster ; he published Effects of Pollution from the Torrey Canyon on Littoral and Sublittoral Ecosystems in Nature.
Pollution of water supplies by sewage as well as dumping of industrial waste accounted in large measures for the public health records and staggering mortality rates of the period.
In 1966, the series " Pollution: The Spreading Menace " garnered the award for public service.
In a 1960 paper on the ' Politics of Pollution ,' public officials, to deflect criticism over landfills, found a ' fall guy ' but they picked no low-ranking worker to be sacrificed, they blamed instead abstract, faceless bodies: " the federal government, state governments and private disposal companies ".
The agency prepared a preliminary report after discussions with various stake holders of the project including Chennai Corporation, municipal administrations, Metrowater, Pollution Control Board, Slum Clearance Board and the public works department.

Pollution and United
Other legislation included National Environmental Policy Act ( NEPA ), signed into law in 1970, which established a United States Environmental Protection Agency and a Council on Environmental Quality ; the Marine Protection, Research, and Sanctuaries Act of 1972 ; the Endangered Species Act of 1973, the Safe Drinking Water Act ( 1974 ), the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act ( 1976 ), the Water Pollution Control Act Amendments of 1977, which became known as the Clean Water Act, and the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act, commonly known as the Superfund Act ( 1980 ).
China is a party to the Antarctic-Environmental Protocol, the Antarctic Treaty, the Convention on Biological Diversity, the Climate Change treaty, the United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification, the Endangered Species treaty, the Hazardous Wastes treaty, the Law of the Sea, the International Tropical Timber Agreements of 1983 and 1994, the International Convention for the Regulation of Whaling, and agreements on Marine Dumping, Ozone Layer Protection, Ship Pollution, and Wetlands protection.
Water related conventions are United Nations Convention to Combat Desertification ( UNCCD ), International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea and Ramsar Convention.
The efficiency of what later was to be called the " cap-and-trade " approach to air pollution abatement was first demonstrated in a series of micro-economic computer simulation studies between 1967 and 1970 for the National Air Pollution Control Administration ( predecessor to the United States Environmental Protection Agency's Office of Air and Radiation ) by Ellison Burton and William Sanjour.
" The United States Environmental Protection Agency report dated October 2002 and released in December 2002 titled " Exposure and Human Health Evaluation of Airborne Pollution from the World Trade Center Disaster " authored by the EPA Office of Research and Development in Washington states that dioxin levels recorded at a monitoring station on Park Row near City Hall Park in New York between October 12 and 29, 2001, averaged 5. 6 parts per trillion, or nearly six times the highest dioxin level ever recorded in the U. S. Dioxin levels in the rubble of the World Trade Centers were much higher with concentrations ranging from 10 to 170 parts per trillion.
Category: Pollution in the United States
Under the CWA, point source discharges to " Waters of the United States " require National Pollution Discharge Elimination System ( NPDES ) permits.
* United States Environmental Protection Agency ( 2001 ): “ Integrated Environmental Management Systems: Implementation Guide .” Report written by ABT Associates for the USEPA ’ s Office of Pollution Prevention and Toxics, Design for the Environment Program ; Economics, Exposure, and Technology Division.
In the United States, for example, the relevant implementation legislation is the Act to Prevent Pollution from Ships.
* National Oil and Hazardous Substances Pollution Contingency Plan, the United States federal government's blueprint for responding to both oil spills and hazardous substance releases.
Category: Pollution in the United States
Category: Pollution in the United States
: See also: Anti-nuclear movement in the United States, Nuclear Free Vermont, Safe Energy Vermont, New England Coalition on Nuclear Pollution.
According to Newsweek, Gore complied with their request, writing to the United States Environmental Protection Agency to oppose tighter water pollution control requirements (" Gore's Pollution Problem ", Newsweek, 24 November 1997 ).
In 1990 the Pollution Prevention Act was passed in the United States.
A Williams gas turbine powered 1973 Hornet was used by New York City to evaluate comparable cost efficiency with piston engines and funded by a grant from the National Air Pollution Control Administration, a predecessor of the United States Environmental Protection Agency ( EPA ).
* Pollution Prevention and Control, the industrial permitting regime in the United Kingdom
Category: Pollution in the United States
Researchers classify debris as either land or ocean-based ; in 1991, the United Nations Joint Group of Experts on the Scientific Aspects of Marine Pollution estimated that up to 80 % of the pollution was land-based.
Category: Pollution in the United States
* Oil Pollution Act of 1990, a United States law
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Pollution and States
Category: Pollution in the United States

Pollution and between
Pollution and Human Impacts are: the Arani and Kalangi rivers carrying runoff from agricultural fields in the drainage basin cause increase in pollution load from fertilizers and pesticides into the lake ; pollution from domestic sewage being released to the lake ; Petrochemical complex, power plant and a satellite port on Ennore creek have further aggravated the problem ; there is threat of flooding of 14 island – villages of the lake ; subsequent to the Tsunami in 2004, the number of fishing boats have increased resulting in the ` Catch Per Unit Effort ' of fish, prawns and crabs declined from 1000 tonnes to about 700 tonnes ; and this has increased the social and fishing rights conflicts between marine based fishermen and the lagoon fishermen.
The ASEAN Agreement on Transboundary Haze Pollution is an environmental agreement signed in 2002 between all ASEAN nations to reduce haze pollution in Southeast Asia

Pollution and early
Other cities followed around the country until early in the 20th century, when the short lived Office of Air Pollution was created under the Department of the Interior.
The remaining eight songs for the album were rerecorded in 2000 with a new synth-based sound not dissimilar to that of Orlando, and released, still under the title On Earth To Make The Numbers Up, and preceded by the single The Agony Without the Ecstasy on Shinkansen Recordings ( an offshoot of Sarah Records who in early 1995 had released the Reproduction Is Pollution EP by Orlando under the alternative name Shelley ).
Xenochrony can be heard as early on in Zappa's career as 1969: on The Mothers of Invention's Uncle Meat, a phrase from the guitar solo of " Nine Types of Industrial Pollution " appears later on at the end of " Sleeping in a Jar ".

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