What does CenSARA do?

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The purposes of CenSARA are to:

1. Exchange ideas, information, knowledge, experience and data, and develop strategies for addressing air quality issues and meeting air quality requirements of common interest to CenSARA states;

2. Track and evaluate emerging air quality issues that may affect CenSARA states;

3. Promote understanding, communication and cooperation among federal, state and local air pollution control agencies;

4. Encourage consistency in air pollution control among the CenSARA states;

5. Adopt policies on air quality issues of common concern for use by CenSARA states in developing federal, state and local programs, regulations, and laws;

6. Conduct research and undertake other activities as necessary to provide CenSARA states with information to support the development of sound air pollution control policy.