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   use of such data;

      "(2)  review the methodology used to analyze such data and make

   recommendations  to   the  Administrator  on   the  use  of   such

   methodology; and

      "(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

security im-

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

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