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Industry

Clear Air Initiative: Stationary Sources

Agriculture

Arizona Agricultural PM10 Best Management Practices
Purdue University Agricultural Air Quality Laboratory: Publications
Texas Air Pollution from Agriculture

Indoor Air

Design Principles for Wood Burning Cook Stoves
Design and Performance Guidance for Improved Cooking Technology

Industry

Clear Air Initiative: Stationary Sources

http://www.cleanairnet.org/cai/1403/propertyvalue-13628.html Exit EPA

This Clear Air Initiative web page provides extensive stationary source information and publications on the global scale, as well as regionally for Asia, Europe, and Latin America.

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Agriculture

Arizona Agricultural PM10 Best Management Practices

http://www.azda.gov/ACT/AirQuality.htm Exit EPA

The Arizona Department of Agriculture lists some basic guidance for Best Management Practices for coarse particulate matter.

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Purdue University Agricultural Air Quality Laboratory: Publications

http://pasture.ecn.purdue.edu/~odor/publications.htm Exit EPA

This site at the Purdue Agricultural Air Quality Laboratory lists several publications associated with science and research of odors for ammonia, hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide.

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Texas Air Pollution from Agriculture

http://www.texasep.org/html/air/air_7min_agri.html Exit EPA

A brief overview of the issues associated with air pollution from agriculture is provided in this summary.

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Indoor Air

Design Principles for Wood Burning Cook Stoves

http://www.pciaonline.org/resources Exit EPA

This document was developed to provide technical support to household energy and health projects to ensure that their designs represent technical best practice. It includes information on stove theory, design principles, options for combustion chambers, and an in-field water boiling test to check the performance of wood burning stove models.

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Design and Performance Guidance for Improved Cooking Technology

http://www.pciaonline.org/resources Exit EPA

These guidelines are the product of a Partnership for Clean Indoor Air workshop to establish broad design and performance principles for home cooking and heating practices that can be used by a wide range of organizations worldwide. Household energy and indoor air pollution experts gathered to: define the terms “clean,” “efficient,” “affordable,” “reliable,” and “safe” as they relate to home cooking and heating practices; identify best practices; and establish design and performance guidelines.

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