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  1. COMMON MEASURES PROJECT Workshop on Selecting Indicators Tuesday, March 13, 2007

  2. WELCOME & UPDATES • What Have We Accomplished To Date? • Where Do We Go From Here? • Goal of Today’s Meeting

  3. IDEAL WORLD VS. REAL WORLD • Common Sector Definitions • Common Indicators • Common Collection Methods • Common Analysis and Reporting

  4. FEDERAL DEFINITION FOR SQGs • Between 100 kg/mo and 1000 kg/mo and accumulation of no more than 6000 kg • Seven states participating in SQGs (this includes Vermont who will be observing the sector). Of these seven states, four use Federal Definition for SQGs: • CO, MA, NY and VT

  5. SQG DEFINITION DIFFERENCES • CT: • Lower accumulation limit (1000 kg/mo). Will be noted in presentation results and should not be a problem • NH: • FQG generates 100 kg/mo or more (SQG 0-100 kg/mo) • May be able to weed out FQGs generating > 1000 kg/mo • No accumulation limits but must ship within 90 days. Will be noted in presentation results and should not be a problem • RI: • SQG generates between 0 – 1000 kg/mo • Unable to weed out those generating between 0-100 kg/mo • No accumulation limits but must be shipped within 90 days. Will be noted in presentation results and should not be a problem

  6. AUTO BODY DEFINITION • Any operation involving collision repair, vehicle painting, paint stripping or sanding, body work, antique restoration or student training in any of these areas • Seven states participating in auto body sector (this includes CO who would like to look at SQGs at auto body shops). Of these states, all agreed conceptually with definition above • Other Refinements, e.g., do we need to create some kind of threshold?

  7. SESSION 1: PICKING SQG INDICATORS

  8. KEY FACTORS INFLUENCING DATA QUALITY • Precision • Sensitivity • Representativeness • Completeness • Bias • Validation

  9. SQG INDICATOR EXERCISE • Review and select indicator categories • Compare indicators within selected categories • Select/develop final draft indicators using worksheet

  10. SESSION 2: PICKING AUTOBODY INDICATORS

  11. AUTO BODY INDICATOR EXERCISE • Review and select indicator categories • Compare indicators within selected categories • Select/develop final draft indicators using worksheet

  12. WRAP UP & NEXT STEPS • Final draft indicator list from today will be sent via email to all states with homework instructions • Homework • Share final draft indicators with agency staff and confirm final list • Confirm data source • Conference Call Report Back • Thursday, April 12th at 11:00 a.m.? • Follow-up Training