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What is the Emission Inventory Improvement Program?



The Emission Inventory Improvement Program (EIIP) is a jointly sponsored effort of the State and Territorial Air Pollution Program Administrators/Association of Local Air Pollution Control Officials (STAPPA/ALAPCO)Exit EPA Disclaimer and EPA, and is an outgrowth of the Standing Air Emissions Work Group (SAEWG). Funding for EIIP was discontinued after Fiscal Year 2003. However, a suite of projects underway will be completed during FY2005 using existing program funds.

The goal of EIIP is to provide cost-effective, reliable inventories by:

This goal has been achieved by developing a set of "preferred and alternative methods" for a number of inventory associated tasks. This standardization improves the consistency of collected data and results in increased usefulness of emissions information.

The EIIP has reached its goal through the development of :

Documents prepared by the EIIP should be considered the equivalent to federal guidance. Although new funding for EIIP is not expected, EPA will seek to update EIIP guidance materials as necessary or remove them from the EIIP web aite as more current EPA guidance materials become available.

Conferences sponsored by EIIP:

| Office of Air Quality Planning & Standards | Technology Transfer Network |
| Clearinghouse for Inventories & Emissions Factors |

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