1) The wind blows across the State A and to State B in the United States. State A has fossil fuel-burning power plants, however relatively low level air pollution. State B has power plants run by the hydroelectric plants, however higher level of pollution. You are an environmental consultant. You and your firm were hired to study and solve the problem. describe what's happening and why. What could the two States do to correct the condition?
a) In year 2001, why USEPA did start the process of developing limits on mercury emissions from the coal-fired power plants.
b) Emissions of mercury to the atmosphere are relatively small. describe why are these emissions increasingly becoming an environmental concern?
a) Recognize the sources of primary and secondary pollutants and describe their importance in the context of air pollution control.
b) describe the sources of natural air pollution and their air quality importance.