use of such data;
"(2) review the methodology used to analyze such data and make
recommendations to the Administrator on the use of such
"(3) prior to the issuance of a report required under
subsection (d) or (e), review the findings of such report, and
make recommendations to the Administrator concerning the validity
and utility of such findings.".
(b) GAO Reports on Costs and Benefits.-Commencing on the second
year after the date of the enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments
of 1990 and annually thereafter, the Comptroller General of the
General Accounting Office, in consultation with other agencies, such
as the Environmental Protection Agency, the Department of Labor, the
Department of Commerce, the United States Trade Representative, the
National Academy of Sciences, the Office of Technology Assessment, the
National Academy of Engineering, the Council on Environmental Quality,
and the Surgeon General, shall provide a report to the Congress on the
incremental human health and environmental benefits, and incremental
costs beyond current clean air requirements of the new control
strategies and technologies required by this Act. The report shall
include, for such strategies and technologies, an analysis of the
actual emissions reductions beyond existing practice, the effects on
human life, human health and the environment (including both positive
impacts and those that may be detrimental to jobs and communities
resulting from loss of employers and employment, etc.), the energy
pacts, and the effect on United States products and industrial
competitiveness in national and international markets.
SEC. 813. COMBUSTION OF CONTAMINATED USED OIL IN SHIPS.
Within 2 years after the enactment of the Clean Air Act
Amendments of 1990, the Administrator of the Environmental Protection
Agency shall complete a study and submit a report to Congress
evaluating the health and environmental impacts of the combustion of
contaminated used oil in ships, the reasons for using such oil for
such purposes, the alternatives to such use, the costs of such
alternatives, and other relevant factors and impacts. In preparing
such study, the Administrator shall obtain the view and comments of
all interested persons and shall consult with the Secretary of
Transportation and the Secretary of the department in which the Coast
Guard is operating.
SEC. 814. AMERICAN MADE PRODUCTS.
It is the sense of the Congress that-
(1) existing equipment and machinery retrofitted to comply with
the Clean Air Act's "Best Available Control Technology" language
and all other specifications within the Act be produced in the
United States and purchased from American manufacturers.
(2) The construction of new industrial and utility facilities
comply to the Act's specifications through the incorporation of
American made equipment and technology.
(3) Individuals, groups, and organizations in the public sector
strive to purchase and produce American made products that
improve our nation's air quality.
SEC. 815. ESTABLISHMENT OF PROGRAM TO MONITOR AND IMPROVE AIR QUALITY
IN REGIONS ALONG THE BORDER BETWEEN THE UNITED STATES AND MEXICO.
(a) In General.-The Administrator of the Environmental
Protection Agency (hereinafter referred to as the "Administrator") is