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Operating permits,§§501-507

The Federal Title V Air Quality Permit Program: A Primer on the Substantive and Procedural Requirements Imposed on Industrial Facilities by the 1990 CAA Amendments, Applicable Regulations, and Key EPA Guidance Documents

All companies today, whether large or small, need to be aware of the types and amounts of their air emissions. Based on the types and amounts of emissions, these sources may be required to obtain operating permits under the Clean Air...

New Frontiers for the Push and Pull of Federalism--Implementation of the Clean Air Act's Operating Permit Program in Southern California

Editors' Summary: The CAA Amendments of 1990 established the first federal operating permit program for major sources of air contaminants.The Title V program strikes southern California with particular ferocity because Los Angeles is...

The New Clean Air Act Operating Permit Program: EPA's Final Rules

Editors' Summary: The Clean Air Act's (CAA's) Title V operating permit program was one of the most significant additions of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's (EPA's) July 1992 final rules...