EPA Region III Conference Center
Philadelphia, PA
June 15 - June 16, 2004

On June 15 and 16, 2004, EPA Region III, in partnership with MARAMA, offered the first Air Toxics Summit at EPA Region III's offices.

The purpose of the summit was to provide the State and local agencies belonging to MARAMA with an opportunity to network and share the latest and best information on air toxics. Sessions were offered on mobile source and diesel issues, indoor air, Maximum Achievable Control Technologies, air toxic monitoring and modeling, risk assessment and grant opportunities for 2004 and 2005. In addition, time was set aside for a panel discussion on how best to develop and support an air toxics program in a time of tight resources.

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1999 NATA update
Helene Drago, EPA

MACT - National and Regional Issues -
Ray Chalmers, EPA

Hazardous Combustor MACT -
Gary Gross, EPA

Section 129 Solid Waste Incinerators
Jim Topsale, EPA

MACT enforcement
Dianne McNally, EPA and Tamera Thompson, VADEQ

Indoor Air and Air Toxic Issues
Christina Schulingcamp, EPA

Asthma in the Region and Air Toxics -
Janice Lewis, EPA

Modeling Tools
Al Cimerelli and Jim Smith, EPA

The Delaware Air Toxic Assessment Study
Joe Martini and David Fees, DNREC

Risk Assessment Tools
Perry Pandya, EPA

Air Toxic Monitoring -
Drew Haas, EPA

Mobile Sources
Brian Rehn, EPA

The Philadelphia Diesel Difference
April Birnbaum, Philadelphia Air Management Service

Smartways Transportation
Perry Pandya

Community Air Toxic Program- Future direction and Grant opportunities
Helene Drago

Maryland's Environmental Benefits District Program
Karen G. Irons, MDE