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INDUSTRY & REGULATORS TO DISCUSS CLEAN AIR ISSUES

 INDUSTRY & REGULATORS TO DISCUSS CLEAN AIR ISSUES
 PITTSBURGH, March 20 /PRNewswire/ -- The 1990 Clean Air Act


amendments are requiring many industries and utilities to reduce the levels of air pollutants emitted from their facilities.
 The California Health and Safety Code also requires that emissions of air toxics and nonattainment pollutants be reduced. Government and industry are finding that cooperative efforts are more effective and less costly than traditional command-and-control approaches.
 To explore this concept further, the Air & Waste Management Association and the Santa Barbara County Air Pollution Control District are sponsoring a specialty conference entitled "Cooperative Clean Air Technology: Advancement through Government-Industry Partnership," on March 29-April 1, 1992, at the Red Lion Resort in Santa Barbara, Calif.
 The conference will provide a forum for dialogue on clean air issues, technologies and innovative solutions to pollution problems. Attendees will review examples of current cooperative programs and gain insight into future issues and opportunities. Sessions will address mobile and stationary sources, renewable energy, pollution prevention, market-based permits and clean air economics. Sessions on mobile sources will emphasize alternative fuels and sessions on stationary sources will emphasize clean power production.
 An exhibition of innovative technologies, alternative-fueled vehicles and consultant services will complement the conference.
 The Air & Waste Management Association is a nonprofit, environmental education organization with 13,000 members in more than 50 countries. Founded in 1907, the association provides a neutral forum where all sides of an environmental issue receive equal consideration.
 For more information or to register, contact Marci Mazzei of Air & Waste Management Association, 412-232-3444.
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 /CONTACT: Martha Swiss of Air & Waste Management Association, 412-232-3444/ CO: Air & Waste Management Association ST: California IN: SU:


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