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Air Emissions Inventories

Multi-pollutant Comparison

National Multi-pollutant Emissions Comparison

Sometimes it is important to examine multiple pollutants together. The chart below compares the percent contribution from source sectors(1 pg, 14 K)  across the common pollutants. Ammonia is also shown because it contributes to particle pollution. This helps discern which sectors contribute to emissions of multiple pollutants. This comparison is based on the most recent emissions inventory.  Please allow a moment for the chart to generate.

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State and Local Multi-pollutant Emissions Comparison

Sources of air pollutant emissions vary from one area to another. State and Local summaries are available from the maps below.

 

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