Interim Report of the Committee on Changes in New Source Review Programs for Stationary Sources of Air Pollutants
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U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the agency that implements the Clean Air Act.
equipment replacement provision
fluid catalytic cracking unit
flue gas desulfurization
hazardous air pollutant
heat recovery steam generator
Integrated Environmental Control Model
integrated gasification combined cycle
Integrated Planning Model
lowest achievable emission rate (This is the level of control required to obtain a Part D NSR permit.)
maximum available control technology
National Ambient Air Quality Standards (Many of the mechanisms of the Clean Air Act are aimed at attaining and maintaining compliance with these standards.)
National Emissions Inventory
National Energy Modeling System
National Electric Reliability Council
sum of NOx and other oxidized compounds
National Petrochemical and Refiners Association
National Research Council
new source performance standard