Division 240 - RULES FOR AREAS WITH UNIQUE AIR QUALITY NEEDS

  1. § 340-240-0010 - Purpose
  2. § 340-240-0020 - Emission Limitations
  3. § 340-240-0030 - Definitions
  4. § 340-240-0050 - Compliance Testing Requirements
  5. § 340-240-0100 - Applicability
  6. § 340-240-0110 - Wood Waste Boilers
  7. § 340-240-0120 - Medford-Ashland Air Quality Maintenance Area and Grants Pass Urban Growth Area: Veneer Dryer Emission Limitations
  8. § 340-240-0130 - Air Conveying Systems (Medford-Ashland AQMA Only)
  9. § 340-240-0140 - Wood Particle Dryers at Particleboard Plants
  10. § 340-240-0150 - Hardboard Manufacturing Plants
  11. § 340-240-0160 - Wigwam Waste Burners
  12. § 340-240-0170 - Repealed
  13. § 340-240-0180 - Control of Fugitive Emissions (Medford-Ashland AQMA Only)
  14. § 340-240-0190 - Requirement for Operation and Maintenance Plans (Medford-Ashland AQMA Only)
  15. § 340-240-0210 - Medford-Ashland Air Quality Maintenance Area and Grants Pass Urban Growth Area: Continuous Monitoring
  16. § 340-240-0220 - Medford-Ashland Air Quality Maintenance Area and Grants Pass Urban Growth Area: Source Testing
  17. § 340-240-0230 - Repealed
  18. § 340-240-0250 - Open Burning
  19. § 340-240-0300 - Applicability
  20. § 340-240-0310 - Repealed
  21. § 340-240-0320 - Wood-Waste Boilers
  22. § 340-240-0330 - Wood Particle Dryers at Particleboard Plants
  23. § 340-240-0340 - Hardboard Manufacturing Plants
  24. § 340-240-0350 - Air Conveying Systems
  25. § 340-240-0360 - Fugitive Emissions
  26. § 340-240-0400 - Applicability
  27. § 340-240-0410 - Control of Fugitive Emissions
  28. § 340-240-0420 - Requirement for Operation and Maintenance Plans
  29. § 340-240-0430 - Lakeview Urban Growth Area: Source Testing
  30. § 340-240-0440 - Open Burning
  31. § 340-240-0500 - Applicability
  32. § 340-240-0510 - Opacity Standard
  33. § 340-240-0520 - Control of Fugitive Emissions
  34. § 340-240-0530 - Requirement for Operation and Maintenance Plans
  35. § 340-240-0540 - Compliance Schedule for Existing Industrial Sources
  36. § 340-240-0550 - Requirements for New Sources When Using Residential Wood Fuel-Fired Device Offsets
  37. § 340-240-0560 - Real and Permanent PM2.5 and PM10 Offsets
  38. § 340-240-0570 - Applicability
  39. § 340-240-0580 - Existing Industrial Sources Control Efficiency
  40. § 340-240-0610 - Klamath Falls Nonattainment Area Contingency Measures: Continuous Monitoring for Industrial Sources
  41. § 340-240-0620 - Contingency Measures: New Industrial Sources
  42. § 340-240-0630 - Klamath Falls Nonattainment Area Contingency Measures: Contingency Enhanced Curtailment of Use of Solid Fuel Burning Devices and Fireplaces

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