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Table of Contents
Article I: Policy, short title and definitions
Article II: General provisions
Article III: Variances
Article IV: Registration - types of facilities registered and registration requirements
Article V: Related to new, modified and temporary stationary sources and replacement or alteration of emissions control equipment
Article VI: Emissions prohibited. This article includes, but is not limited to, these sections:
6.01 - outdoor burning
6.02 - visible emissions
6.03 - incinerators
6.04 - emissions of an air contaminant detrimental to person; property
6.05 - particulate matter; preventing PM from becoming airborne
6.08 - report of breakdown
6.11 - agricultural burning
6.13 - general surface coating
6.14 - standards for controlling PM on paved surfaces
6.15 - standards for controlling PM on unpaved surfaces
6.17 - standards for municipal solid waste combustors
Article VII: Reserved
Article VIII: Solid fuel burning device standards
Article IX: Asbestos control standards
Article X: Fees and charges Consolidated fee schedule
Regulation II - Repealed in 2004 and incorporated into Regulation I.
Appendix - Adoption history for Regulation I and Regulation II
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In January of 2008, the U.S. EPA finalized new federal rules for area sources that may impact businesses throughout Spokane County.