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About the Book
The Clean Air Act is one of the more challenging environmental statutes and has generated a multitude of regulatory requirements. This volume, the most recent in the popular Basic Practice Series, gives you an overview of the Clean Air Act and its implementing regulations. Not intended as an exhaustive treatment of the act; this concise guide should be used as a starting point for answering basic Clean Air Act inquiries.
Now completely updated and considerably expanded to include new developments such as the Massachusetts v. EPA decision, Basic Practice Series: Clean Air Act covers all essential areas of the statute, including:
The process for establishing National Ambient Air Quality Standards
The standards and review process applicable to new, modified, and reconstructed stationary sources
Air toxics program requirements
Greenhouse gas emissions
Acid rain control program
Title V operating permit program
Mobile source air pollution control requirements.
In addition to the overview of the act and the applicable EPA regulations, this book includes many useful reference materials in the appendices that are intended to assist the reader in navigating through the multiple requirements of the Clean Air Act. Both the seasoned and the newer lawyer will find this book to be a quick resource for understanding the legal fundamentals of these areas.