A Plan for Maintaining Particulate Matter (PM10) Ambient Air Quality Standards in the Wallula PM10 Maintenance Area: A Washington State Implementation Plan Revision
A Plan for Maintaining Particulate Matter (PM10) Ambient Air Quality Standards in the Wallula PM10 Maintenance Area: A Washington State Implementation Plan Revision (Number of pages: 60) (Publication Size: 352KB)
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|Description||The Wallula PM10 Maintenance Plan is a request to EPA to redesignate the Wallula PM10 nonattainment area to attainment (meeting federal air quality standards). It is also a plan to maintain the federal health standard for PM10 in the area for 10 years after redesignation. PM10 is particulate matter (particles in the air — like dust, pollen, and mold) 10 microns or less in diameter.|
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|Keywords||Air quality standards, designation, State Implementation Plan, particulate matter, PM10|
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