Ozone Reduction Strategies -
Tips to Reduce Ozone -
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Reductions in air pollution can be achieved by a variety of methods including pollution prevention, control technologies, and control measures, and may be implemented through regulatory, market-based or innovative programs.
The following categories identify example strategies for reducing ozone. Please follow the Web links below to view example voluntary and regulatory control measures taken by state, local and other organizations to reduce ozone.
Most of these measures are voluntary, however if they are adopted as a control measure in the formal State Implementation Plan Process they can become regulatory measures.
Industrial/commercial operation “Stationary” sources
- Clean Air Markets
- US Department of Energy – Green Power Network
- Illinois – Emission Reduction Market System
- Illinois - Chicago Climate Exchange
- Illinois – Lake Michigan Air Directors Consortium
- Tennessee – Tennessee Valley Authority
- Texas – Commission on Environmental Equality
- Texas – Commission on Environmental Quality
Transportation - Mobile Sources
- EPA Office of Transportation and Air Quality
- California - diesel programs and activities
- California - Carl Moyer Memorial Air Quality Standards Attainment Program
- Illinois - Clean Bus Program
- Illinois - Diesel Retrofit Program
- Kansas - Clean diesel Grant Program
- Minnesota - Project Green Fleet
- New Jersey - Stop the Soot Diesel Retrofit Program
- Oregon's Regulatory Ozone Control Strategies
- Tennessee - Diesel Retrofit Program
- Texas - Clean Schoolbus Program of Central Texas
- Washington - Puget Sound Clean Air Agency School Bus Program
Clean Fuels Program