Ecology Publications & Forms
Regional Haze State Implementation Plan (SIP)
Regional Haze State Implementation Plan (SIP) (Number of pages: 244) (Publication Size: 5MB)
Washington Regional Haze SIP Appendices
(1706 pages) (25MB)
Washington Regional Haze SIP Appendix A Supplement (2011)
(34 pages) (266KB)
Washington Regional Haze SIP Appendix B Supplement (2011)
(41 pages) (1MB)
Washington Regional Haze SIP Appendix K Supplement (2011)
(1327 pages) (8MB)
Washington Regional Haze SIP Appendix L Supplement (2011)
(165 pages) (2MB)
|Description||The purpose of the regional haze state implementation plan (SIP) is to describe the actions Washington will take to meet federal regional haze requirements in Washington's eight mandatory Class 1 areas. These are areas that have been given special protection from pollutants that impair visibility.|
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|Keywords||regional haze, State Implementation Plan, air quality|
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