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National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) Subpart W: Standards for Radon Emissions From Operating Uranium Mill Tailings: Review
a.k.a. NESHAP for Operating Uranium Mill Tailings - Amendments (Subpart W)
RIN: 2060-AP26 (What's this?)
Docket No.: Not yet available (What's this?)
Current Phase: Pre-Proposal (What's this?)
National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) Subpart W protects human health and the environment by setting radon emission standards and work practices for operating uranium mill tailings impoundments. EPA is in the process of reviewing this standard. If necessary, the agency will revise the NESHAP requirements for radon emissions from operating uranium mill tailings.
|NPRM: Sent to OMB for Regulatory Review||06/07/2013|
|NPRM: Received by OMB||06/10/2013|
|NPRM: Published in FR||12/2013 (projected)|
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