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Inside EPA - 03/08/2019

Former CASAC Chair Alleges ‘Procedural Irregularities’ In NAAQS Reviews

February 28, 2019
A former chairman of EPA’s Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee (CASAC) is alleging “procedural irregularities” in the conduct of current panel chairman Tony Cox, charging it further undermines the credibility of the EPA’s truncated process for reviewing national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS). In written comments submitted to EPA Feb. 27, Chris Frey, CASAC's former chairman and a member of previous specialized subpanels, says Cox's conduct acting outside of formal public settings further compromises the integrity of NAAQS reviews. Frey...


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