Washington State Implementation Plan Revision: Interstate Transport of Sulfur Dioxide and Ozone
Washington State Implementation Plan Revision: Interstate Transport of Sulfur Dioxide and Ozone (Number of pages: 32) (Publication Size: 2571KB)
|Description||The “good neighbor” or “interstate transport” provisions of the federal Clean Air Act protect downwind states from harmful pollution that originates in upwind states. This State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision contains Washington’s analysis of the interstate transport of sulfur dioxide (SO2) and ozone (O3). Our analysis suggests that Washington’s sources do not significantly contribute to SO2 or O3 air pollution in other states, affecting nonattainment or impeding maintenance areas. No new rules are proposed.|
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|Keywords||Air quality standards, air, sulfur dioxide, ozone, air pollution, air quality, NAAQS, interstate transport, ambient air, O3|
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