Historical Archive of ARB Comments on the
1996 U.S. EPA Particulate Matter and Ozone Standard Revisions

This page last reviewed November 25, 2009

The federal Clean Air Act requires that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) establish National Ambient Air Quality Standards and reassess, at least every five years, whether adopted standards are adequate to protect public health based on current scientific evidence. U.S. EPA is required to rely on the advice of an independent scientific panel, the Clean Air Scientific Advisory Committee. On this page, you will find the archive of the ARB Comments on the 1996 U.S. EPA PM and Ozone Standard Revisions.