EPA Clean Air Advisers Question Proposed Cost-Benefit Studies

May 27, 2005
An EPA advisory panel is raising concerns with two agency proposed projects intended to help determine the costs and benefits of reducing certain air emissions, while urging agency staff to continue discussing potential research on the ecological effects of the pollutants. The Advisory Council on Clean Air Compliance Analysis agreed during a May 24 teleconference to finalize draft recommendations on proposed case studies to examine the effects of air pollution, particularly nitrogen oxides, on water bodies. Final recommendations by the...

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