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03/13/2019 AT 2:00 PM

Working Group #1 Proposed Rule 113/ PAR 218 & PAR 218.1

South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) staff has scheduled a Working Group meeting for Proposed Rule (PR) 113, PAR 218 & PAR 218.1 – Requirements for Monitoring, Reporting, and Recordke....

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South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) staff has scheduled a Working Group meeting for Proposed Rule (PR) 113, PAR 218 & PAR 218.1 – Requirements for Monitoring, Reporting, and Recordkeeping for Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) and Carbon Monoxide (CO) Emissions. This Working Group meeting will focus on the background and initial considerations for PR113, PAR 218, PAR 218.1.

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Contact: Gary Quinn, (909)396-3121
GQuinn@aqmd.gov
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SCAQMD/GB

Meeting

02/28/2019 AT 2:00 PM

PAR 1147, PAR 1100 and PR 1147.1 Working Group 1

South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) staff has scheduled a Working Group meeting to obtain comments from the public regarding Proposed Amended Rules 1147 – NOx Reductions From Miscella....

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South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) staff has scheduled a Working Group meeting to obtain comments from the public regarding Proposed Amended Rules 1147 – NOx Reductions From Miscellaneous Sources; 1100 - Implementation Schedule for NOx Facilities; and Proposed Rule 1147.1 - NOx Reductions From Miscellaneous Large Sources.

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Contact: Shawn Wang, 909-396-3319
swang@aqmd.gov
Location:
SCAQMD/GB

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Working Group #1 Proposed Rule 113/ PAR 218 & PAR 218.1
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SCAQMD/GB

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PAR 1147, PAR 1100 and PR 1147.1 Working Group 1
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02:00 PM
SCAQMD/GB
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Pursuant to directives listed in control measure CMB-05 of the 2016 Final Air Quality Management Plan and in California State Assembly Bill 617, RECLAIM facilities are now subject to an expedited implementation schedule to install additional Best Available Retrofit Control Technology (BARCT).  As a result, the NOx RECLAIM program is transitioning to a command-and-control regulatory structure.  The transition of facilities in RECLAIM to command-and-control is a complex process with a number of policy items and rule amendments that will be addressed through an ongoing rulemaking process.  This page is designed to provide direct links to RECLAIM Transition-related material and serves as the central location for all information related to the transition.  Updates for all rules associated with the transition, upcoming working group meetings, archived transition documents, and the latest RECLAIM transition announcements can be located by using the links below.

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