The first task of the Ozarks Clean Air Alliance was the development of a Clean Air Action Plan (CAAP). This was modeled after the Ozone Flex Program in place with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) at the time. The initial CAAP sought to capture all the activities taking place throughout the region that contributed to improving air quality. The previous accomplishments listed throughout this document capture the efforts highlighted in the original CAAP. The CAAP was adopted in 2009 and updated in 2010. This 2014 update of the Clean Air Action Plan coincides with the timing for the initial goals of the CAAP and will serve as the Path Forward document required as part of the EPA Ozone Advance and PM Advance programs.
To review the plan please click on the following link. Clean Air Action Plan Dec2014
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