The Clean Air Act act has been responsible for a whole wealth of things since being signed into law in 1970. They have regulated and continue to regulate air pollution, making it significantly cleaner and thus reducing the acid rain problem. They are constantly revamping regulations to make them more strict, and evolving as technology does. The Renewable Fuel Standard (RFS) amended the CAA to set standards for biofuels and is developing new regulations for coal combustion residuals. To read a whole lot more on this topic, click on the link below.
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