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The Pollution Podcast – The Future of Stationary Sources Monitoring

In the past, the primary origin of local air pollution has been emissions from stationary sources. Then the Clean Air Act was invented and it gave EPA the authority of setting limits on air pollution in the USA. 

Pollution Analytical Equipment and his partner Raymond Lindeen (owner of the US company Houston Analytical Systems) talk about the future of the environment: a step-by-step path where environmental policies, technical solutions, and innovation team up through stationary sources monitoring.

The guests of this episode analyze the difference between the US and the EU regulations, with particular emphasis on the role of the Clean Air Act.

Listen to the fourth episode of The Pollution Podcast to find out more!

Read the White Paper to further explore the topic.