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Applicability Determination Index

The general provisions of 40 CFR Parts 60 and 61 allow a source owner or operator to:

To ensure national consistency in implementing the NSPS and NESHAP programs, EPA maintains a compilation of such letters and memoranda since they were first issued. This compilation is currently available on the Applicability Determination Index (ADI) database Web site. The ADI also contains “regulatory interpretations” which are written responses that apply to the broad range of NSPS and NESHAP regulatory requirements as they pertain to a whole source category. The ADI is a computerized database which allows users to search by date, office of issuance, subpart, citation, control number, or keyword searches.

 

 

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