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Regional Haze

Discusses Texas' strategies to implement the U.S. EPA's rule on regional haze.

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Overview-Regional Haze
Overview of haze-forming pollution and the EPA's Regional Haze rule to reduce haze in national parks and wilderness areas.
Regional Haze SIP Appendices, February 25, 2009
A list of the appendices for this revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for air quality.
Regional Haze: CENRAP/CENSARA
Texas belongs to the Central Regional Air Planning Association and Central States Air Resource Agencies—nine states that work together reducing regional haze.
Regional Haze: Resources
EPA documents, links, and contact information related to regional haze, BART, and the CAIR.
Regional Haze: Rulemaking (BART and CSAPR/CAIR)
Rulemaking related to Best Available Retrofit Technology and the Cross State Air Pollution Rule/Clean Air Interstate Rule to reduce regional haze.
SIP Revision: Regional Haze
The Regional Haze State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision is the plan Texas must submit to the United States Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to show how the state will reduce regional haze in the air to natural background conditions.