445B.096 - "Maximum achievable control technology" defined

445B.096. "Maximum achievable control technology" defined

"Maximum achievable control technology" means any measure, process, method, system or technique applied to a stationary source which provides the maximum degree of reduction in the emission of hazardous air pollutants as follows:

1. For new stationary sources, the maximum degree of reduction in emissions must be no less stringent than the control of emissions that is achieved in practice by the best controlled similar stationary source, as determined by the Administrator.

2. For existing stationary sources, the maximum degree of reduction in emissions must be no less stringent than the requirements set forth in 42 U.S.C. ยง 7412(d)(3).

Added to NAC by Environmental Comm'n, eff. 12-13-93; A 10-30-95

NRS 445B.210

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