Currently, the RAQC has organized three subcommittees, made up of RAQC Board members, each with the task of evaluating potential strategies for incorporation into the current or a future SIP.
Subcommittee meetings are open to the public and seek input from stakeholders on topics discussed.
The focus of each meeting is on potential control measures and background information necessary to make a determination on the feasibility thereof.
This subcommittee is focused on the evaluation of potential control strategies related to on-road and non-road mobile sources. Topics discussed and evaluated include California Clean Cars Standard and Zero Emission Vehicles (ZEV) mandate, low-volatile organic compounds (VOC) fuels, alternative fuel vehicle, refueling, and retrofit programs, and the 2016 Volkswagen settlement and mitigation plan.
This subcommittee is focused on the evaluation of potential control strategies related to point and area sources. Topics discussed and evaluated include Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for major point sources, oil and gas controls, electric generating units (EGU), architectural and industrial maintenance (AIM) coatings, and consumer products.
This subcommittee is focused on the evaluation of potential control strategies related to transportation and land use as well as public outreach efforts. Topics discussed and evaluated include alternative fuel commercial lawn and garden equipment, transportation and land use strategies, Colorado Road Usage
Charge Pilot Program, and ozone outreach programs aimed at encouraging behavior change.