National-Scale Air Toxics Assessment Law and Legal Definition
The National-Scale Air Toxics Assessment (NATA) is the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) ongoing comprehensive evaluation of air toxics in the U.S. The NATA evaluates 178 high priority toxic air pollutants. This assessment helps State Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) in acquiring a better understanding of the air toxics problem.
The EPA developed the NATA as a state-of-the-science screening tool for State/Local/Tribal Agencies to prioritize pollutants, emission sources and locations of interest for further study in order to gain a better understanding of risks.
Legal Definition list
- National-Defense Utilities
- National-Defense Premises
- National-Defense Material
- National Women's Business Council
- National Wildlife Refuge System Administration Act of 1966
- National-Scale Air Toxics Assessment
- National-Treatment Clause
- Nationality Principle
- Nationality Theory
- Nationally Recognized Accrediting Agency [Education]