Quality standards

The values ​​that define the rule that the air quality should have varies according to the approach adopted, considering the development and national capacity of the place. The standards established in Brazil are the responsibility of Conama Resolution 3/1990, which divides quality into primary and secondary measures.

The original patterns are those that, if overcome, affect the health of society, while the secondary ones are those that, in addition to predicting the well-being of the population, address the effects to fauna and flora, to the environment in general.

These and many other curiosities on this very current topic, you find in the courses of the Environmental area.