Civil engineers are working on new civil engineering formulas to reduce emissions of toxic gases and pollutants by replacing traditional combustion engines with electric engines, the Associated Press reports.
The new formulas will be introduced to the National Air Quality Management Council (NAAQC) in June and to the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in November, according to the AP.
The NAAQS uses a model of the air to calculate air quality that uses the model’s predictions to determine how much air is needed to produce a given amount of CO 2 , which is how the government calculates the level of air pollution.
The formula is based on the EPA’s Model Air Quality Inventory (MAQI) and a model that has been used in the past to calculate emissions of pollutants such as sulfur dioxide.
The EPA estimates that the new model will reduce emissions by 15% compared to current models.
It will also save the public about $100 million a year.
In addition to reducing CO 2 emissions, the new formulas have the potential to improve air quality and help reduce health and other environmental impacts.
These models also can predict pollution levels over time, and reduce pollution if it is allowed to build up.
According to the EPA, the formula could save the US an additional $1.6 trillion over 10 years by reducing CO, and saving consumers $3.6 billion annually by 2030.
The government has previously recommended that the EPA reduce its CO 2 emission estimate by as much as 10% by 2025, but the formula will likely affect only about a third of the total reduction.
The first model is expected to be published in December.
The second is expected in April.
The agency has previously proposed the creation of a national air quality index, but its implementation has been delayed by a lawsuit over whether to incorporate the Model Air Emissions Inventory (MASI).
Earlier this month, the US Supreme Court declined to hear a case that would have required the government to publish a national index of air quality, but it could still issue an opinion.