IMPLEMENTING ARRANGEMENT #4 TO THE AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE COORDINATION COUNCIL FOR NORTH AMERICAN AFFAIRS AND THE AMERICAN INSTITUTE IN TAIWAN FOR TECHNICAL COOPERATION IN THE FIELD OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2000 AND 2001 PROGRAM IMPLEMENTATION-1

Article I:PurposeThis Implementing Arrangement is entered into by the Taipei Eco-nomic and Cultural Representative Office in the United states (TECRO), formerly known as the coordination Council for North Am-erican Affairs (CCNAA), and the American Institute in taiwan (A-IT), hereinafter referred to as the “Parties", to implement pro-gram activities under the Agreement between CCNAA and AIT for T-echnical Cooperation in the Field of Environmental Protection,dated June 21, 1993 (the “CCNAA/AIT Agreement"). The CCNAA/AITAgreement was extended effective June 21, 1998 until June 21,2003. TECRO, through its designated representative, the Environ-mental Protection Administration in taipei (EPAT), in cooperati-on with AIT, through its designated representative, the U.S. En-vironmental Protection Agency in washington D.C. (EPA), shall c-arry out program tasks, determine priorities for future coopera-tion activities, and develop Implementing Arrangements which sh-all set forth work programs for such future activities.Article II:AuthorizationThe activities described in this Implementing Arrangement shallbe carried out under the general terms and conditions of the CC-NAA/AIT Agreement. This Implementing Arrangement is hereby atta-ched to the CCNAA/AIT Agreement and becomes part of the Agreeme-nt.Article III:Scope of WorkProgram tasks to be carried out under this Implementing Arrange-ment are summarized in Attachment 1 (TECRO-AIT Technical Cooper-ation Program — Summary and Description) and Attachment-2 (TEC-RO-AIT Technical Cooperation Program Estimated Budget).Article IV:Responsibilities of AITThe responsibilities of AIT, through its designated representat-ive, EPA, under this Implementing Arrangement are:A. To undertake the tasks and manage the funds set forth in the Attachments;B. To make available personnel, equipment and other assistance as may be necessary to carry out such tasks;C. To facilitate and provide support for consultations between and among representatives of TECRO, EPAT, EPA and other appropriate agencies; andD. To report on an annual basis or at the end of the term of th- is Implementing Arrangement to TECRO on AIT’s use of funds r- eceived from TECRO pursuant to Article VI.Article V:Responsibilities of TECROThe responsibilities of TECRO under this Implementing Arrangmentare:A. To provide all necessary financial assistance in accordance with Article V of the CCNAA/AIT Agreement and Article VI of this Implementing Arrangement, as well as administrative and other assistance to support AIT in undertaking the tasks set forth in the Attachments;B. To provide guidance for and to facilitate consultations betw- een and among representatives of EPAT, AIT, and other approp- riate agencies; andC. To ensure that all necessary logistical arrangement for tasks to be conducted in Taiwan, including the provision of traini- ng and conference facilities, are completed prior to the com- mencement of each such task.Article VI:Financial ArrangementsIn accordance with Article V of the CCNAA/AIT Agreement and fri-or to the commencement of activities by AIT under this Implemen-ting Arrangement, during each of the fiscal years for which thisImplementing Arrangement is in force, TECRO shall advance to AITthe amount of funds (in U.S. dollars) specified in the Attachme-nts to this Implementing Arrangement. These funds shall be usedby AIT to defray costs that it incurs in carrying out the tasksthat are indicated in the Attachment to be undertaken during su-ch fiscal year. Upon receipt of funds from TECRO for each suchfiscal year, AIT shall commence such tasks.Any funds received by AIT from TECRO that remain at the end ofthe term of the CCNAA/AIT Agreement shall be returned to TECRO.Article VII:Intellectual Property ConsiderationsNo intellectual property or confidential business information c-onsiderations are expected to arise in conjunction with activit-ies to be undertaken pursuant to this Implementing Arrangement.Article VIII:Effective Date, Amendment and TerminationThis Implementing Arrangement shall enter into force on the dateof the last signature hereinafter, may be amended by written ag-reement of the Parties at any time, and will remain in force fortwo years unless extended or terminated by mutual agreement. Te-rmination shall not affect the validity or duration of activiti-es not fully completed at the time of termination.IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the undersigned, being duly authorized, havesigned this Implementing Arrangement.DONE at Washingtion, D.C., in duplicate, in the English language.FOR THE TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND FOR THE AMERICAN INSTITUTECULTURAL REPRESENTATIVE OFFICE IN TAIWAN:IN THE UNITED STATES:─────────────── ──────────────Benjamin J. Y.Lo Barbara Schrage─────────────── ──────────────Name NameDeputy Representative Deputy Managing Director─────────────── ──────────────Title TitleJuly 8, 1999 July 8, 1999─────────────── ──────────────Date DateATTACHMENT 1: TECRO-AIT Technical Cooperation Program–Summary and DescriptionATTACHMENT 2: TECRO-AIT Technical Cooperation Program–Estimated BudgetATTACHMENT 1TECRO-AIT TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAM SUMMARY AND DESCRIPTIONACTIVITIES FOR YEAR 2000US Fiscal Year:99-00 Activity #:01Activity Title:Inspection & Study of Greenhouse Gas Emissions T-rading SystemImplementation Format: Study TourEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 0Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$): 4,000Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 4,000Project Description:Result:EPAT intends to incorporate the international “EmissionRights Trading" system into is Air Pollution Control Act.Objective:To promote the adaptation of international standardson greenhouse gas emission reduction in Taiwan.Activities:EPAT personnel intend to conduct site visit to the U-SEPA, DOE, and other relevant agencies and institutes to collectinformation on greenhouse gas emissions trading and CleanDevelopment Mechanism (CDM)Time frame:April-June 2000US Fiscal Year:99-00 Activity #:02Activity Title:Study of Indoor Air Quality Standard and PolicyImplementatial Format: Cooperative Research and Site VisitEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 85,714Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$):0Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 85,714Project Description:Result:EPAT intends to amend current standards and/or establishnew standards for indoor air pollutantsObjective:To establish the Standard Operating Procedures (SOP)for assessing indoor air quality and for quantifying the impacton human health for various building scenarios in Taiwan.Activities:EPAT intends to 1) collect and analyze the indoor airpollutants, 2) identify and estimate signifcant health risk fac-tors associated with indoor air pollutants; 3) establish majorindicators for indoor air quality in various building scenarios;4) characterize research data for regulatory purposes; and 5) v-isit relevant US institutes and government agencies to study ba-ckground information and techniques.Time Frame:October-December 2000US Fiscal Year:99-00 Activity #:03Activity Title:Impact of Non-radioactive Electrical Wave and Pa-rticulates on Human Health and the EnvironmentImplementation Format: Cooperative Research and Site VisitEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 85,714Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$):0Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 85,714Project Description:Result:EPAT intends to regulate and establish standards for thenon-radioactive wave from electrical Field generated by power p-lants and cellular phones.Objectives:To better understand available measurement techniques, equipments and standards for assessing the impact to human he-alth and the environment in Taiwan.Activities:EPAT personnel intends to 1) collect and analyze rel-evant standards, techniques and health impact for the non-radio-active wave from electrical field generated by power plants andcellular phones;2) visit relevant US institutes (ANSI, IEEE, FCC) and governmental agencies to gain background knowledge.Time Frame October-December 2000US Fiscal Year:99-00 Activity #:04Activity Title:Greenhouse Gas Emission Reduction_Energy Star Pr-ogram Transfer, Green House Gases Emission Reporting and Banking, Extended Analysis and Policy IntegrationImplementation Format: Cooperative ResearchEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 102,857Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$):0Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 102,857Project Description:Result: 1) Inception of US Energy Star Office Product Program; 2) Agreement to create Energy Star Showcase Building Within theArchitecture Buildings Research Institute_s Green Building Rese-arch project; 3) MARKEL-MACRO extended & integrated applicationsin program evaluation & policy analysis; 4) Introduction of USD-OE-EIA Emission reporting format & design basics of carbon bank-ingObjectives: 1) To transfer US Energy Star Product Program, 2) todesign an Energy Star Showcase Building within the ArchitectureBuildings Research Institute, 3) to introduce GHG accounting me-thods and carbon bank design, 4) to explore extended policy int-egration capabilities of MARKEL-MACRO in air quality managementflow.Artivities: 1) To design & promote public education & outreachcampaign using Energy Star Logo and create government procureme-nt program; 2) to update Taiwan model database, transfer upgrad-ed model software, and 3) to conduct workshop for EPAT officersand local modeling groups on GHG reporting, the basics in carbonbanking, and data design requirement for extended MARKAL-MACROand policy integration applications.Time Frame: July-December 2000US Fiscal Year: 99-00 Activity #:05 Activity Title: Groundwater Remediation and Resource Protection Implementation Format: WorkshopEstimated Fund to AIT (USD%): 14,285 Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$):14,285Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 28,570Project Description: Result: Enhancement of local groundwater treatment technology &mitigation of current groundwater contamination.Objective: 1) To understand US regulations regarding Superfundand Brawnfields, 2) To employ innovative US groundwater remedia-tion technologies to mutigate DNAPAL and BTEXcontamination; and 3) To learn groundwater resource managementapproaches and the application of Technical Impracticability &Natural Artennation Activities: EPAT intends to invite US perso-nnel to present groundwater pollution remediation policy, regul-ations, and innovative technologies.Time Frame: December 1999 – June 2000 US Fiscal Year:99-00 Artivity #:06Activity Title: Watershed Pollution Control System (I)-Metropol-itan River Basin Pollution Control ProgramImplementation Format: WorkshopEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 14,285Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$): 14,285 Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 28,570Project Description: Result: Restoration of Tan-Shui, a metropolitan river locationin northern Taiwan.Objective: 1)To learn metropolitan river basin monitoring and m-anagement programs; 2) to understand “innovative Ecological Mon-itoring Programs" applied in US such as ecological integrity, e-cological risk assessment; and 3) bio-indicators.Activities: EfAT intends to invite US personnel to present info-rmation and case studies on watershed restoration and managementthrough formal presentations and case studies (e.g. the Chesape-ake Bay). The expected audience is personnel from EPAT and prov-incial or local regulatory agencies.Time Frame: December 1999 – June 2000 US Fiscal Year: 99-00 Activity #:07Activity Title: Industrial Waste Management System Implementation Format: WorkshopEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 28,571Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$): 42,857 Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 71,428Project Description: Result: EPAT intends to improve the current industrial waste ma-nagement system and regulatory framework.Objective: To better understand 1) the industrial waste managem-ent system in the US, specifically,how to ensure an accurate re-port of industrial waste generated and handled by the industries,and 2) the regulatory framework in the US for the inspection,enforcement, handling, and remediation of industrial wastes.Activities: EPAT intends to invite US personnel to present info-rmation and case studies on industrial waste management and reg-ulatory system in a workshop. The expected audience is mainly r-egulatory personnel.Time Frame: April – June 2000US Fiscal Year: 99-00 Activity #: 08 Activity Title: Technology Development for the Assessment of Hu-man Exposure to Air Pollutants in TaiwanImplementation Format: Estimated Fund to AIT (USD$):37,142 Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$):0 Estimated Total Fund (USD$):37,142 Site Visit of US Personnel Project Description: Result: EPAT intends to establish a viable and simple air quali-ty sarmpling system to assess the impact of ozone and PMIO on h-uman health on a personal and commumity basis.Objective: 1)To develop the necessary sampling and applicationtechniques, and 2) to complete case studies in five US and Taiw-an sites Activities: EPAT personnel intends to visit relevant s-ites or research institutes to study the development and sampli-ng techniques and to discuss with US personnel on the implement-ation of such sampling system in Taiwan.Time Frame: July 1999 – December 2000 US Fiscal Year:99-00 Activity #:09Activity Title: Air Monitoring Technology Development (I)Implementation Format: Workshop and Site VisitEstimated Fund to AIT (USD%): 71,428 Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$): 9,715 Estimated Total Fund (USD%): 81,143 Project Description: Result: EPAT intends to develop a comprehensive regional air qu-ality monitoring center that would monitor ozone and UV, foreca-st aerial distribution of ozone and UV, and to serve as the reg-ional monitoring center for other countries.Activities: US is to assist Taiwan in the development of the ab-ove forecast model and to assist EPAT in the calibration of tra-ceable standards and quality assurance and to provide technicalconsultant for the establishment of monitoring stations. The ex-pected audience is mainly regulatory and research personnel TwoEPAT personnel will also conduct site visit in the US.Time Frame: July 1999 -December 2000US Fiscal Year: 99-00 Activity #: 10 Activity Title: Development of the Electronic Commerce and Inte-rnet for Environmental Protection Sector (I)Implementation Format: Workshop and Technical Assistance Estimated Fund to ATT (USD$): 28,571 Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$):OEstimated Total Fund (USD$): 28,571Project Description: Result: EPAT intends to establish the electronic commerce proce-ss on environmental protection that are align with the standardsof international organization such as United Nation_s Center forFacilitation of procedures and practices in Administration, Com-merce and Transport (CEACT/EWG).Objective: 1) To better nnderstand the procedures by participat-ing the international organizations of UN/EDIFACT; and 2) to co-llection information on Electronic Commerce (EC) technology onenvironmental protectionActivities: USEPA staff will attend a workshop in Taiwan and as-sist to develop Taiwan_s own Electronic Commerce processing sys-tem on environmental protection Time Frame: July 1999 – December2000US Fiscal Year: 99-00 Activity #:11Activity Title: The Analysis of Manufacturing Processes and Tra-cking System of Petrochemiul WasteImplementation Format: Cooperative ResearchEstimated Fund to AIT(USD$): 57,142 Estimated Fund to EPAT(USD$): O Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 57,142 Project Description: Result: To effectively track and manage petrochemical waste, andto enhance the performance of waste management system in Taiwan.Objective: To develop a guideline and instuction manual for tra-cking and managing petrochemical waste in Taiwan.Activities: 1)To analyze and examine eurrent issues on petroche-mical waste management system in Taiwan, and 2)To invite U.S. e-xperts specializing in waste management to assist with the deve-lopment of waste tracking guideline and instruction manual Timeframe: July 1999 to December 2000US Fiscal Year: 99-00 Activity #: 12Activity Title: Environmenal Technology Erchange program Implementation Format: Workshop or Site VisitEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 28,571Estimated Fnnd to EPAT (USD$):0 Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 28,571ProJect Description: Result: EPAT intends to establish the application of cleaner, c-ost-effective environmental technologies in various industrialsectors in Taiwan.Objective: To understand the incorporation and implementation ofvarious US pollution prevention and treatment technologies in T-aiwan. Activities: Exchange of EPAT and USEPA personnel. Time Frame: January – December 2000 US Fiscal Year: 99-00 Activity #: 13 Activity Title: US-Taiwan Annunl Bilateral Planning and ReviewMeetingimplementation Format: Meeting Estimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 14,285 Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$):42,857 Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 57,142, Project Description: Result: USEPA and EPAT will evaluate the environmental accompli-shment and plan future activities to ensure the cnvirommental a-genda for both countries adequately addressed Objective: To ens-ure the program continuous to contribute to USEPA objectives Ac-tivities: Exchange of EPAT and USEPA personnel.Time Frame: April – July 2000 ATTACHMENT 1(CONT’D) TECRO-AIT TECHNICAL COOPERATION PROGRAM SUMMARY AND DESCRIPTIONACTIVITIES FOR YEAR 2001US Fiscal Year: 00-01 Activity #: 01 Activity Title: Watershed Pollution Control System(Il) Systemat-ic Approach for Drinking Water Protection AreaImplementation Format: Warkshop or Site Visit Estimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 14,286Estimated Fund in EPAT (USD$): 17,143 Estimated Total Funding (USD$): 31,429 Project Description: Result: EPAT intends to develop water resource conservation reg-ulations and policy, and to establish a regional watershed mana-gement pilot studyObjective: 1) To learn watershed management and resource conser-vation programs and regulations in the US, and 2) to assess theimplementation of similar Programs and regulations in Taiwan.Activities: EPAT personnel intend to invite US personnel to givtformal presentation and illustrate with case studies, and to ex-change lessons learned with local experts regarding innovativewater source management, policies and regulations.Time Frame: January – June 2001US Fiscal Year: 00-01 Activity #:02Activity Title: Innovative Wastewater Treatment Technology forPetro-chemica1 and Chemical Manufacturing IndustriesImplementation Format: WorkshopEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 14,285Estimated Fund in EPAT (USD$): 14,285Estimated Total Funding (USD$): 28,570Project Description: Result: The petro-chemical and chemical manufacturing industriesadopting the most costeffective pollution prevention and controlmechanisms and wastewater treatment technologies.Objective: To promote the manufacturers’ and research institutes’ understanding of available treatment and pollution preventiontechnologies.Activities: EPAT intends to invite US personnel to present poll-ution control/prevention and treatment technologies and managem-ent system in the US. The expected audience include personnel f-rom EPAT, Taiwanese industries and research institutes will lea-rn the Time Frame: January – December 2001US Fiscal Year:00-01 Activity #:03Activity Title: Hazardous Waste Treatment and Management System Implementation Format: Site VisitEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 14,286Estimated Fund in EPAT (USD$): 28,571Estimated Total Funding (USD$): 42,857Project Description: Result: EPAT intends to improve the current hazardous waste man-agement system and to promote the application of cost-effectivetreatment technologies in Taiwan.Objective: To better undersrand 1) the hazardous waste manageme-nt system in the US, specifically, and 2) available innovativetreatment technologies, specifically the technologies that havebeen verifiedActivities: EPAT intends to invite US personnel to present info-rmation and case studies on hazardous waste innovative treatmenttechnologies and management system in a workshop. The expectedaudience is mainly regulatory personnel.Time Frame: June – October 2001 US Fiscal Year: 9P01 Activity #: O4Activity Title: Air Monitoring Technology Development (II)implementation Foment: Workshop and Site VisitEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 85,714Estimated Found in EPAT (UDS$): 14,286 Estimated Total Funding (USD$): 100,000Workshop and Site Visit Project Description: Result: EPAT intends to continue to develop a comprehensive reg-ional air quality monitoring Center that would monitor ozone andUV, forecast aerial distribution of ozone and UV, and to Serveas the regional monitoring center for other countries. TEPA int-ends to invite APEC Economies to attend a symposium on Air Qual-ity Monitoring Technology for information sharing purpose.Ativities: US is to continue to assist Taiwan in the developmentof the above forecast model and to assist EPAT in the calibrati-on of traceable standards and quality assurance for the monitor-ing aspect of the project. The expected audience is mainly regu-latory and research personnel EPAT will send two personnel to USfor site visit.Time Frame: January – December 2001 US Fiscal Year: 00-01 Activity #:5 Activity Title: Development of the Electronic Commerce:and Inte-rngt for Environmental Protection Sector (II)Implementation Format: site Visit and WorkshopEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 51,428Extimated Fund in EPAT (USD$): 11,429Estimated Total Funding (USD$): 62,857 Project Description: Result: EPAT intends to continue to establish the electronic co-mmerce process on envimmnPrdal protection that are align with t-he standards of international organization such as United Natio-ns’ Center forFacilitation of procedures and practices in Admin-istration, Commerce and Transport (CEACT/EWG)-Objective: i) To better understand the procedures by participat-ing the international organizations of UN/EDIFACT; and 2) to co-llection information on Electronic Commerce (EC) technology onenvironmental protection Activities: EPAT personnel intend to c-onduct site visit to relevant US organizations and obtain assis-tance on developing Taiwan’s own Electronic Commerce processingsystem on environmental protectionTime Frame: January – December 2001 us Fiscal Year: 00-01 Activity #:6 Activity Title: A Study of Global Climate Change on Food Produc-tions in Asian Pacific Rim CountriesImplementation Format: Cooperative Research Estimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 36,000 Estimated Fund in EPAT (USD$): O Estimated Total Funding (USD$): 36,000 Proiect Description: One of the most serious concerns that will face all peoples inthe 21ST century is the potential impact of global environmentaland climate change may have on world food production. This is p-articularly felt in Asian Pacific Rim countries where the popul-ation ,growth for the next 50 years would be among thehighest inthe world. The increasingiy unstable climate and environment ha-ve in effect increased the variability of food supply in recentyears. Since the environmental conditions are partly associatedwith industrial developmental activities and levels of energy c-onsumption, which are dramatically increasing in Asian countries, it is not unreasonable to project a worsen environment in nearfuture. The degradation of environment in general and the clima-te change in specific raised a new concern of stability of foodsupply in the next century.Objectives: (1) To collect weather and key food production data for Pacific Rim countries. The countries lmder consideration include, U- SA, Canada, China Taiwan, Japan, PfiIippines, and other sou- theastern Asian countries;(2) To analyre these data and to evaluate the stability of clim- ate and food production systems in these countries;(3) To assess the potential impact of future weather and food p- roduction conditions may have on food market and economy am- ong the pacific rim countries.Result: Results of this study would be useful for Taiwan policy makers,particularly environmental policy decision-makers to address mo-re profound and broad issues in relationships of Mvironnent, ec-onomy and food security.Activity:Data collection and modeling analysis will be performed at theUniversity of California at Davis A final -report including ma-rket and economic implications will be submitted to Taiwan EPA.Time frame:Jannarv 2001 to December 2001. US Fiscal Year. 00-01 Activity #:7Activity Title: Environmental Regulatory and Policy Database Implementation Format: WorkshopEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 42,857Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$): 42,857 Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 85,714Proiect Description: Result: EPAT intends to raise environmental awareness among thepublic and the Taiwanlse government by disseminating informati-on on the current trend of enimmnental laws, no regulasions andthe state of the environment in the US Objectiver. 1)To producea video tape of the current enviromncntal status in the, US; 2)to exchange environmental laws and regulations; and 3) to produ-ce a CD-ROM of current US and Taiwan enviTomnentai status and a-vailable data.Activities: Exchange of EPAT and USEPA personnel.Time Frame: January – December 2001 US Fiscal Year: 00-01 Activity #:8Activity Title: Demonstration Project for the Abatement of Nitr-ogen Oxide Emission Usin Reburning Tecfinology for CogeneerationPlants in Taiwan(II)Implementation former: Technolngy Transfer and DancmstmtionEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 939,394Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$): OEstimated Total Fllnd (USD$): 939,394Project Description: Result: Establish the reburn De-Nox demonstration site for Co-g-eneration plants in Taiwan.Objective: 1) Import the Reburn Technology for Nor reduction fr-om USA and establish the demonstration site for cogeneration pl-ants in Taiwan, and 2) Accomplish thesignificant technology on Nox abatement and effectively improvethe Nox emission in Taiwan. 3) Establish the cooperation channelon environmental technology between R.O.C. and U.S.A. 4) Establ-ish the engineering and performance testing technology on reburnin Taiwan.Activities:1)To investigate the emission and specific informati-on for Co-generation plants in Taiwan, 2)To study the technology, 3)To implement technology design, 4) To install and test thedemonstration Sitp_5)TO exhibit demonstration site Time frame:January 2001 to December 2001US Fiscal Year: 00-01 Activity #: 9Activity Title: Environmental Technology Exchange Program Implementation Format: Workshop or Site VisitEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 42,857Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$): 0Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 42,857Project Description: Result: EPAT intends to establish the application of cleaner, c-ost-effective environmental technologies in various industrialsectors in Taiwan.Objective: To understand the incorporation and implementation ofvarious US pollution prevention and treatment technologies in T-aiwan.Activities: Exchange of EPAT and USEPA personnel. Time Frame: January – December 2001 US Fiscal Year: 00-01 Activity #: 10Activity Title: US-Taiwan Annual Bilateral Planning and ReviewMeetingImplementation Format: MeetingEstimated Fund to AIT (USD$): 14,285Estimated Fund to EPAT (USD$): 14,285 Estimated Total Fund (USD$): 28,570Proiect Description:Result: USEPA and EPAT will evaluate the environmental accompli-shment and plan future activities to ensure the environmental a-genda for both countries are adequately addressed Objective: Toensure the program continuous to contribute to USEPA objectivesActivities: Exchange of EPAT and USEPA personnel. Time Frame: April – July 2001