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This page outlines ways you can be involved with the activities of the SAB and CASAC on Clean Air Compliance Analysis. On this page:
The SAB Staff Office provides ways for the public to:
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EPA policy and the law governing Federal Advisory Committees allow and encourage public involvement. The SAB Staff Office has developed a public involvement booklet describing how SAB and CASAC committees and panels work and how the public can participate through the steps outlined below.
In response to suggestions received at a June 1, 2011, Session on Public Involvement, the SAB Staff Office has developed additional practices to enhance public involvement in activities of the SAB and CASAC:
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