BenMAP is a powerful, yet easy-to-use program that helps you estimate human health benefits

resulting from changes in air quality. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA)

originally developed this tool to analyze national-scale air quality regulations, including the

National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Particulate Matter (2006) and Ozone (2008) as well

as the Locomotive Marine Engine Rule (2008). To accommodate a wider range of potential

users interested in simplified analyses, local/regional analyses, or international analyses, EPA

developed a more flexible version of BenMAP that includes options for a one-step analysis or a

custom analysis.

A wide range of users, including scientists, policy analysts, and decision makers, can utilize

BenMAP to answer many policy questions, such as estimating the benefits from previous

reductions in air pollution emissions or the benefits of new requirements to control air pollution.



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