The National Association of Clean Air Agencies (“NACAA”) has issued a report titled:

Improving Our Nation’s Clean Air Program: Recommendations from the National Association of Clean Air Agencies to President Trump’s Administration (“Report”)

The NACAA describes itself as a national, non-partisan, non-profit association of air pollution control agencies in 40 states, the District of Columbia, four territories and 116 metropolitan areas.

The Report is offered for consideration by United States Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt and other members of the Trump Administration.

The Report focuses on what it characterizes as “key issues associated with our nation’s clean air program.”

The recommendations include:

  • Improve technical assistance to state and local agencies

  • Ensure state and local agencies have resources they need to implement federal requirements

  • Improve regulatory assistance to state and local air agencies through effective federal measures for mobile and stationary sources

  • Continue and expand efforts to address the transport of air pollution

  • Ensure effective establishment and implementation of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards

  • Address critical air monitoring challenges

  • Identify and address toxic air pollution challenges

  • Support state and local efforts to address climate change

  • Improve the integration of federal, state and local data programs and requirements

A copy of the Report can be downloaded here.