Rule Title: Powers of Commission
|Nevada Revised Statutes|
|Air Pollution: State Environmental Commission|
Final Federal Register Date
Federal Register Citation #
|71 FR 51766|
Air Pollution: State Environmental Commission (doc, 45 KB)NRS 445B.210, Powers of Commission. The Commission may: 1. Subject to the provisions of NRS 445B.215, adopt regulations consistent with the general intent and purposes of NRS 445B.100 to 445B.640, inclusive, to prevent, abate and control air pollution. 2. Establish standards for air quality. 3. Require access to records relating to emissions which cause or contribute to air pollution. 4. Cooperate with other governmental agencies, including other states and the Federal Government. 5. Establish such requirements for the control of emissions as may be necessary to prevent, abate or control air pollution. 6. By regulation: (a) Designate as a hazardous air pollutant any substance which, on or after October 1, 1993, is on the federal list of hazardous air pollutants pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 7412(b); and (b) Delete from designation as a hazardous air pollutant any substance which, after October 1, 1993, is deleted from the federal list of hazardous air pollutants pursuant to 42 U.S.C. § 7412(b), based upon the Commission’s determination of the extent to which such a substance presents a risk to the public health. 7. Hold hearings to carry out the provisions of NRS 445B.100 to 445B.640, inclusive, except as otherwise provided in those sections. 8. Establish fuel standards for both stationary and mobile sources of air contaminants. Fuel standards for mobile sources of air contaminants must be established to achieve air quality standards that protect the health of the residents of the State of Nevada. 9. Require elimination of devices or practices which cannot be reasonably allowed without generation of undue amounts of air contaminants. (Added to NRS by 1971, 1193; A 1973, 1813; 1993, 2852; 1997, 3230)
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