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CLEAN AIR ACT SMALL BUSINESS OMBUDSMEN
AND TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE DIRECTORS

The Ombudsman is a liaison between state regulators and small business owners and managers. Their role relates principally to clean air requirements and includes the following functions:

  • Assistance with understanding air quality regulations and compliance issues.
  • Mediation in resolving complaints or disputes.
  • Help in identifying financial sources for pollution control investments.
  • Representing small business concerns during new air quality rule development.
Click on a state to find the Ombudsman contact information.

 

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