The Journal of the Air & Waste Management Association (JA&WMA) is one of the oldest, continuously published peer-review technical environmental journals in the world.
First published in 1951 under the name Air Repair, JA&WMA is intended to serve those occupationally involved in air pollution control and waste management through the publication of timely and reliable information.
To be the leading technical communicator for policy-relevant air and waste management science and technology.
To provide A&WMA and the general public with descriptions of timely, contemporary advances in air quality and waste management science and technology for use in improving environmental protection.
2017 Impact Factor: 1.742
Ranking: 32/50 (Environmental Engineering), 53/86 (Meteorology & Atmospheric Sciences), 140/225 (Environmental Sciences)
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2018 Annual A&WMA Critical Review
"Trends in Onroad Transportation Energy and Emissions" by H. Christopher Frey Complete list of past Critical Reviews 2018 Stern Award Winner Announced
A&WMA is pleased to announce that the JA&WMA paper, "Multispecies remote sensing measurements of vehicle emissions on Sherman Way in Van Nuys, California" by Gary Bishop, Brent Schuchmann, Donald Stedman, and Douglas Lawson, Vol 62 (10), 2012, has been selected as the 2018 recipient of the Arthur C. Stern Award for Distinguished Paper.
Nominations for the 2019 Award are due September 15, 2018.