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The Ambient Air Quality Guidelines provide guidance on how to manage air quality. They set guideline values to ensure our air is clean and healthy to breathe. This page provides information on the Ambient Air Quality Guidelines.
http://www.mfe.govt.nz/more/cabinet-papers-and-related-material-search/regulatory-impact-statements/ris-and-compliance-cost[Note that a more detailed analysis of costs and benefits is contained within the National Environmental Standards for Air Quality - Section 32 - Analysis of Costs and Benefits.
The following guides have been developed by the Ministry to help councils meet their obligations to manage air quality under the Resource Management Act (1991).
National environmental standards are regulations issued under sections 43 of the Resource Management Act and apply nationally. This page explains why we have national environmental standards, and links to current standards in effect and standards in development.