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This guide supports Dr. Preston McLane's class on the Clean Air Act.

Clean Air Links

Federal

EPA Clean Air Act Home: EPA administers the Clean Air Act.

EPA Laws and Regulations

EPA Air Research

Text of 42 U.S.C. ch. 85: Air Pollution Prevention and Control.

CAA Regulations (40 C.F.R. 49-97, 122-24, 144-45, 270-71).

Florida

Fla. DEP Air Home

Fla. Stat. ch. 403.

Fla. Admin. Code R. 62-204 - 62-297.

CAA Acronyms

AQA: Air Quality Act

AQCR: Air Quality Control Region

BACT: Best Available Control Technology

BART: Best Available Retrofit Technology

BDT: Best Demonstrated Technology

CAM: Compliance Assurance Monitoring

CEMS: Continuous Emissions Mornitoring System

CFCs: Chlorogluorocarbons

CH4: Methane

HAPs: Hazardous Air Pollutants

HC: Hydrocarbon

I/M: Inspection and Maintenance (Program)

LAER: Lowest Achievable Emission Rate

MACT: Maximum Achievable Control Technology

NAAQS: National Ambient Air Quality Standards

NIMBY: Not in My Backyard

N2O: Nitrous Oxide

NO2: Nitrogen Dioxide

NOx: Nitrogen Oxides

NSPS: New Source Performance Standard

NSR: New Source Review

OTR: Ozone Transport Region

PIFUA: Powerplant and Industrial Fuel Use Act

PM10: Particular Matter with a Diameter of 10 microns or less

PSD: Prevention of Significant Deterioration

RACM: Reasonably Available Control Measures

RACT: Reasonably Available Control Technology

SIP: State Implementation Plan

SOx: Sulfur Oxide

SO2: Sulfur Dioxide

VOC: Volitile Organic Compound

Florida's Air Pollution

Pollution Particle 2.5 Readings for All Open Sites

Subject Guide

Mary McCormick
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