Questions that I can most easilierly respond to would have to do with transporations impact on air quality and in particuliar with electric vehicle technology. Areas of least expertise is general air quality monitoring. The area of industrial source impacts on air quality lie in between.
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The best (US) reference to address your question can be found at the USEPA website for exhaust emissions control technology. The web address for this resource (and related topics) is http://www.epa
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