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State Implementation Plan (SIP)

Foreword Historical development of the SIP. Last Amended: Early 1980s EPA Approved: Early 1980. Section I: Legal Authority (5 KB) Identifies statutory authorizations for development of the SIP. Last Amended: Early 1980s EPA Approved: Early 1980s Section II: Review of New and Modified Air Pollution Sources (5 KB) New or modified sources of air pollution …

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State Implementation Plan (SIP)

Jump to: Nonattainment and Maintenance Area information Foreword SIP Foundation Sections Introduction To protect public health, the Clean Air Act (42 U.S.C Section 7401) requires that federal standards be set to limit the maximum levels of pollutants in the outdoor air. Each state is responsible for developing plans to demonstrate how those standards will be …

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TSD’s for PM2.5 Serious SIP Salt Lake

Inventory General PM2.5 Emission Inventory Preparation Plan  (690.86 KB) SMOKE Emissions Processing (619.08 KB) Episodic Inventories General Episodic Inventory Overview (110.94 KB) Point Sources Episodic PM2.5 Serious SIP Point Source Inventory (89.17 KB) Development of Projection Data for Military Installations (70.11 KB) PM2.5 SIP Projection Data (11.89 KB) *Episodic Point Source Emission Data Area Sources Area Source Episodic Inventories (293.81 KB) …

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TSD’s for PM2.5 Serious SIP Provo

Menu Public Participation: Serious Area PM2.5 State Implementation Plan (SIP) Development TSD PM2.5 Serious SIP Provo Point Source Emissions Base Year Overview Area Source Emissions Area Source Baseline Inventory On-Road Mobile Source Emissions TSD for On-Road Mobile Sources: PM2.5 Emissions Inventory for Baseline Year of 2014 Covering Utah County Non-Road Mobile Source Emissions TSD for …

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Ozone: EPA Designates Marginal Nonattainment Areas in Utah

The Wasatch Front and parts of the Uinta Basin were designated as Marginal nonattainment areas for ozone this week by the EPA. A Marginal designation is the least stringent classification for a nonattainment area and doesn’t require the state to submit a formal State Implementation Plan (SIP).

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DEQ Budget Priorities 2018: Putting Our Values into Action

By Scott Baird The 2018 Utah Legislature kicks off its 45-day session today, marking the start of an exciting and occasionally hectic time for all of us at the Utah Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). Although we are neutral players in the legislative process, our directors and scientists are available 24/7 to answer questions, provide …

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