Opportunity to Request a Hearing: Washington Meets Federal Air Quality Standard for Fine Particles
Opportunity to Request a Hearing: Washington Meets Federal Air Quality Standard for Fine Particles (Number of pages: 2) (Publication Size: 169KB)
|Description||The Department of Ecology (Ecology) proposes to recommend to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) that it find Washington State meets the new annual federal air quality standard for fine particles, or PM2.5. PM2.5 is small pieces of dust, soot, and smoke in the air. The public can request a hearing on this recommendation by October 17, 2013. If no hearing is requested, Ecology will not hold one.|
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|Contact||Richelle Perez at 360-407-7528 or email@example.com|
|Keywords||public comment period, Air quality standards, air pollutants, designation, State Implementation Plan, public hearing, PM2.5, particulate matter, Public Comment, standards, particulate, nonattainment, Environmental Protection Agency|
|WEB PAGE||Air Quality Standards and Plans|
Concise Explanatory Statement: Washington State Designation Recommendations for 2012 National Ambient Air Quality Standard for Particulate Matter
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