The purpose of the CAAAC is to develop a diverse representative group to advise EPA on a variety of important air quality issues. The committee meets twice per year to address a variety of topics that include both regulatory and nonregulatory issues. The committee will undertake detailed examinations of specific topics and can either provide verbal advice or prepare written reports providing suggestions to EPA on how to either resolve an issue or identify areas for additional research.
The most recent meeting, that was held in November 2019 addressed a wide variety of subjects. The discussions focused on EPA’s recent proposals to address emissions of ethylene oxide, wood stove certification testing, international transportation of air pollutants and several items involving controlling emissions from mobile sources such as those with diesel engines, automobiles, etc.
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