ASBG's Submission largely focuses on improving the efficiency of achieving better air quality, as well as considering air pollution’s impacts in perspective with other issues. ASBG has identified a number of issues including:

  • Erroneous use of the term No safe level, but should be put into a risk based perspective with contextual information. Use of no safe level implies that only a zero emission is acceptable, which carries considerable cost impacts. Overspending on one health issue can deplete other areas, which can lead to poorer heath and other outcomes.
  • Focusing on the main sources of air pollution, which should include an evidence, scientific risk-based approach. Managing the most stressed air pollution locations and focusing controls on the major sources should be the adopted approach; however, this is not always the case.

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