Rule Title: Additional powers of department
|Nevada Revised Statutes|
|Nrs, Title 40, Public Health And Safety, Air Pollution: State Environmental Commission|
Final Federal Register Date
Federal Register Citation #
|71 FR 51766|
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NRS 445B.235 Additional powers of Department. In carrying out the purposes of NRS 445B.100 to 445B.640, inclusive, the Department may, if it considers it necessary or appropriate:
Proposed Nevada Revised Statutes ASIP, submitted to U.S. EPA February 2005 3
1. Cooperate with appropriate federal officers and agencies of the Federal Government, other states, interstate agencies, local governmental agencies and other interested parties in all matters relating to air pollution control in preventing or controlling the pollution of the air in any area.
2. On behalf of this state, apply for and receive funds made available to the State for programs from any private source or from any agency of the Federal Government under the Federal Act. All moneys received from any federal agency or private source as provided in this section shall be paid into the State Treasury and shall be expended, under the direction of the Department, solely for the purpose or purposes for which the grant or grants have been made.
3. Certify to the appropriate federal authority that facilities are in conformity with the state program and requirements for control of air pollution, or will be in conformity with the state program and requirements for control of air pollution if such facility is constructed and operated in accordance with the application for certification.
4. Develop measures for control of air pollution originating in the State.
(Added to NRS by 1973, 1809)—(Substituted in revision for NRS 445.474)
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