OAQPS

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OAQPSOffice of Air Quality Planning and Standards (EPA)
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Weber attributes the controversy over methods to professional and bureaucratic jealousies within the OAQPS, but he does not describe or address the OAQPS's position.
The EPA's Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS) in Research Triangle Park, N.C., develops, updates, and maintains the air-pollution modeling codes that support the federal government's regulatory activities.
This "regulation" is a May 16,1995 EPA memorandum titled, "Potential to Emit for MACT Standards-Guidance on Timing Issues," from John Seitz, director, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS), to Regional Air Division Directors--commonly known as the "Once-in, Always-in" memo.
Wood Coatings Task Force -- Sam Williams, Forest Products Lab., Chair; George Daisey, Rohm and Haas; Mike DePietro, Omega Testing; Doug Mall, Dow Chemical Co.; Dave Salman, US EPA, OAQPS; Vicki Scarborough, Sherwin-Williams.
EPA OAQPS Coatings and Consumer Products Group; and Victoria Scarborough, The Sherwin Williams Company, Wood Care Group.
Review of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particulate Matter: Policy Assessment of Scientific and Technical Information: OAQPS Staff Paper.
The second of these documents, the Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards (OAQPS) staff paper, was prepared by the U.S.