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Air pollution report, Federal facilities
Robert S Russo
by Federal Facilities Branch, Division of Abatement, National Air Pollution Control Administration in [Washington, D.C.]
Written in English
|Other titles||Chattanooga Interstate Air Quality Control Region|
|Statement||Robert S. Russo|
|Contributions||United States. National Air Pollution Control Administration. Division of Abatement. Federal Facilities Branch|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||11 p. :|
|Number of Pages||11|
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Deterioration (PSD) rule requirements into the Eastern Kern Air Pollution Control District’s (District) Rules and Regulations by incorporating the federal requirements by reference. The PSD program is a construction permitting program for new major source facilities and major modifications to existing major source facilities located in areasFile Size: KB. State-of-the-art air pollution control technology was assessed and costs were estimated for the control systems needed to comply with previous new source review (NSR) and retrofit rules in each area.
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The branch is comprised of three sections: Operating Permits (OPs) Major sources include facilities that emit tons per year or more of. The Clean Air Act (42 USC §§ q), as amended, is the federal statute that governs air pollution. The CAA authorizes regulatory programs, including standards for ambient air quality to protect public health and welfare, special measures for regions that have not attained those standards, operating permits for stationary sources of air pollution, control technologies for new sources of.
State and federal regulators take months and sometimes years to enforce anti-pollution rules. About facilities are on an internal EPA watch list that includes serious or chronic Clean Air Act violators that have not been subject to timely enforcement.
The list was obtained by the Center and NPR and is being made public for the first time. WHAT THE AIR DISTRICT DOES: Permits and inspects stationary sources of air pollution. These sources include, but are not limited to; gasoline dispensing facilities (gas stations), rock quarries, foundries, auto paint spray booths, boilers, wood processing equipment, and diesel generators greater than 50 brake horsepower (bhp).
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