Speaking at a meeting of the National Research Council committee on inspection/maintenance (I/M) programs, Joel Schwartz, executive officer of the California I/M Review Committee, calls for a major overhaul of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA) I/M program. Mr. Schwartz recommends that the NRC seek fundamental changes in I/M including the following: Means to elevate EPA's and states' science. Focus on outcomes, not the means. NRC-supervised peer-review of I/M and program ...

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