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Regional Haze State Implementation Plan (SIP)

Publication number Date Published Date Revised
10-02-041December 2010February 2012
VIEW NOW 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)
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Washington Regional Haze SIP Appendix B Supplement (2011)
(41 pages) (1MB)

Washington Regional Haze SIP Appendix K Supplement (2011)
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Washington Regional Haze SIP Appendix L Supplement (2011)
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Author(s) Schneider, Doug
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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