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Review of the Washington Visibility Protection State Implementation Plan (SIP)

 
Publication number Date Published
02-02-012November 2002
VIEW NOW Review of the Washington Visibility Protection State Implementation Plan (SIP) (Number of pages: 125) (Publication Size: 2MB)




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Author(s) Van Haren, Frank
Description The federal strategy for visibility protection called for a two-phased effort. Phase 1 was designed to deal with visibility impairment in mandatory Class 1 federal areas that is easily attributable to distinct plumes from large stationary sources or groups of stationary sources (often called "plume blight"). Phase 2 regulations are designed to deal with visibility impairment resulting from regional haze, the widespread impairment of visibility from the combined emissions of all sources including mobile area, small stationary sources, and urban plumes.
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Keywords class 1, State Implementation Plan, air, implementation plan, air pollution, air monitoring
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