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Chapter 173-400 WAC, General Regulations For Air Pollution Sources

 
WAC number Origin Date Last Update
173-400December 1976May 2016
VIEW NOW: General Regulations For Air Pollution Sources (Number of pages: 320) (Publication Size: 891KB)


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Description (1) It is the policy of the department of ecology (ecology) under the authority vested in it by chapter 43.21A RCW to provide for the systematic control of air pollution from air contaminant sources and for the proper development of the state's natural resources.
(2) It is the purpose of this chapter to establish technically feasible and reasonably attainable standards and to establish rules generally applicable to the control and/or prevention of the emission of air contaminants.
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Keywords regulation, rule, rules, contaminant, order, pollution, emission, air pollution
WEB PAGE Air Quality Program Rulemaking
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