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Rule Title: Plan for reduction of emissions

Agency
Nevada Administrative Code
Affected Area
Agency-Wide Provisions
Regulation
Nac, Chapter 445B, Chapter 445, Air Controls – General Provisions
Rule #
445B.230
Adoption Date
09/06/2006
Submittal Date
12/08/2006
Final Federal Register Date
04/20/2007
Federal Register Citation #
72 FR 19801

 

NAC 445B.230 Plan for reduction of emissions. 1. Any person who is able to cause or permit the emission of 100 tons (90.7 metric tons) or more per year of a regulated air pollutant from a stationary source shall prepare and submit to the director a plan for reducing or eliminating that emission in accordance with the episode stages of alert, warning, and emergency as defined in the air quality plan for the State of Nevada. 2. Any person required to have an operating permit who is able to cause or permit the emission of less than 100 tons (90.7 metric tons) per year of a regulated air pollutant shall, upon written notice from the director, prepare and submit to the director a plan for reducing or eliminating that emission in accordance with the episode stages of alert, warning, and emergency as defined in the air quality plan for the State of Nevada. 3. The written notice required under subsection 2 must be transmitted in accordance with subsection 4 to all persons who are within the same classification of sources as defined in the Standard Industrial Classification Manual, 1987, and who are able to cause or permit the emission of less than 100 tons (90.7 metric tons) per year of a regulated air pollutant. 4. Written notice shall be deemed to have been served if delivered to the person to whom addressed or if sent by registered or certified mail to the last known address of the person. [Environmental Comm’n, Air Quality Reg. 2.4.2-2.4.4, eff. 11-7-75]—(NAC A 10-30-95)

This SIP Citation Was Last Modified on January 29, 2013. EPA has attempted to assure that the action logs accurately reflect the actions published in the Federal Register. If there are discrepancies, however, the Federal Register is the official record. Send State Implementation Plan comments and questions to wilder.ceciley@epa.gov.

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