Rule Title: Government sources of air contaminants to comply with state and local provisions regarding air pollution; permit to set fire for trainig npurposes; planning and zoning agencies to consider effects on quality of air.
|Nevada Revised Statutes|
Final Federal Register Date
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|71 FR 51766|
Miscellaneous Provisions (doc, 45 KB)NRS 445B.595 Governmental sources of air contaminants to comply with state and local provisions regarding air pollution; permit to set fire for training purposes; planning and zoning agencies to consider effects on quality of air. 1. Except as otherwise provided by subsection 2, all governmental sources of air contaminants shall comply with all local and state air pollution laws, regulations and ordinances. 2. A fire department, county fire protection district, fire protection training academy or training center may, after obtaining a permit for a specific site, set a fire at that site for training purposes so long as the site is not within an area in which an air pollution episode or emergency constituting, or likely to constitute, an imminent and substantial danger to the health of persons exists. The permit must be obtained from: (a) The county air pollution control agency, if one has been designated pursuant to NRS 445B.500; or (b) The Director, if an agency has not been so designated. 3. All planning commissions, zoning boards of adjustment, and governing bodies of unincorporated towns, incorporated cities and counties shall in the performance of their duties imposed by chapter 278 of NRS or other statutes relating to planning and zoning consider the effects of possible air pollution and shall submit to the Department for evaluation a concise statement of the effects on air quality by complex sources. (Added to NRS by 1971, 1202; A 1973, 1822; 1975, 1406; 1989, 584)—(Substituted in revision for NRS 445.586)
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