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Clean Air Act Handbook, 26th (Environmental Law Series)

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Format: Book - softbound
Brand: Clark Boardman Callaghan
Copyright: 2016
ISBN: 9780314648396
Service #: 16624746
Sub #: 16624749
Pages: 1262
Publication frequency: Updated as changes in the law dictate
Update method: N/A

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Assist your clients with compliance planning and/or enforcement of Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations and policies with Clean Air Act Handbook. This reference provides the text of the Clean Air Act (CAA), complete coverage of EPA implementation rules, and an analysis of potential problem areas, along with summaries of key regulations, deadlines, enforcement, and financial impacts. It also includes extensive updates on the scores of regulations and policy documents issued by the EPA. Features include:

    • References to air quality websites

    • Expanded and reorganized description of EPA visibility impairment regulations

    • Coverage of EPA final Tier II standard implementing the next cut in tailpipe emissions

    • Developments on acid rain permits regulation; court action rejecting legal challenges to the 1999 NOx NSPS rules

    • Analysis of EPA's proposal to use the CAA residual risk authority to set TMDLs to control airborne toxics

    • Coverage of policy on compliance incentives for small businesses

    • Description of changes in regulations governing ozone-depleting substances

    • Material describing an unsuccessful judicial challenge to EPA's credible evidence rule