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Project Title: Studying the Causes and Control of Regional Haze in the Central United States

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Grant ID Number:XA - 97696401-3
EPA Region:EPA R6AAShip:R06 - Region 6
Division/Office:Multimedia Planning and Permitting Division (6PD)Lab/Office:
CFDA:66.034Media:Air
Grant Program:
Authority:
Recipient Name: Central Regional Air Planning Association
City:Recipient Type:Not for Profit
State:OKCong District:Statewide
DUNS:137892092
Competition Status:
Award Date:12/21/2006Cum Award:$1,813,780
Project Start:08/15/2005Project End:03/31/2007
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Studying the Causes and Control of Regional Haze in the Central United States
Provide scientific and technical studies and support to the States and Tribes in the airshed of the Central United States, as they apportion responsibility for visibility degradation and adopt control measures to return visibility in Class I areas to natural background conditions, as required by the Clean Air Act.



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RoleNamePhone
Project Officer Aunjanee Gautreaux 214-665-7127
Grant Specialist Belenthia Epps 214-665-8390

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