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State Implementation Plan Revision: Including Revised Chapter 173-400 WAC in the Washington State Implementation Plan

Publication number Date Published
13-02-039January 2014
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Note: Appendix E: Comparison of Emission Units and Rates

Appendix A
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Appendix B
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Appendix C
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Appendix D
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Appendix F
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Appendix G
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Appendix H
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Author(s) Caudill, Anya
Description Washington State has adopted revisions to portions of its general air pollution regulation, Chapter 173-400 WAC. This document is Ecology's submittal of those changes to EPA for inclusion in the SIP. The purpose of the SIP revision is to meet federal Clean Air Act requirements.
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Keywords rule amendments, State Implementation Plan, regulation, rule, air quality
WEB PAGE Air Quality Regulations in Washington's SIP

Public Hearing Notice: SIP Revision: Revised General Air Quality Rule

Concise Explanatory Statement: Ch. 173-400 WAC, General Regulation for Air Pollution Sources and SIP Revision

Rule Implementation Plan: Ch. 173-400 WAC, General Regulation for Air Pollution Sources

Rule Adoption Notice: General Regulations for Air Pollution Sources (Chapter 173-400 WAC)

Cost-Benefit Analysis: Ch. 173-400 WAC, General Reg. for Air Pollution Sources

Rule Proposal and SIP Revision: Ch. 173-400 WAC, General Regulations for Air Pollution Sources