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This volume offers clear, concise analysis of the key issues involved in complying with existing Clean Air Act regulatory provisions and practical guidance on the cost-effective steps and tools involved in demonstrating compliance. Written by engineers, this user-friendly, hands-on manual provides environmental professional with uniquely accessible coverage of: The scope of CAA legislation; key concepts used in determining whether a CAA regulation applies to a particular facility; CAA-related regulations affecting emission sources; Interrelationships among the various CAA programs; Primary mechanisms for demonstrating compliance with CAA requirements; and Sources of CAA-related information.;This volume contains the following sections: Introduction to the Clean Air Act, providing background on the CAA; CAA regulatory framework; air pollution fundamentals, and important definitions; National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD), and New Source Review Requirements; New Source Performance Standards (NSPS); Hazardous Air Pollutants; The Acid Rain Program; Operating Permits; Stratospheric Ozone Protection; Restrictions on Vehicles; Sources of additional CAA information, including EPA bulletin boards and useful EPA documents; and a Keyword Index offering quick access to specific information throughout the book.