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Stationary Source Rules for the Corpus Christi Area

Rules for stationary sources in the Corpus Christi area that are part of the State Implementation Plan strategy to meet the National Ambient Air Quality Standards. The CC area includes Nueces and San Patricio Counties.

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Controlling Ozone Pollution

Rules reduce ozone by limiting emissions of nitrogen oxides (NOx) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) from stationary sources.

Controlling NOx Emissions

Rules limit NOx emissions from the following sources:

Controlling VOC Emissions

Rules limit VOC emissions from the following sources:

Automotive Windshield Washer Fluid (rules apply statewide)
  • Cutback Asphalt (rules apply in Nueces County)
  • Degreasing Processes (rules apply in Nueces County)
  • Flexographic and Rotogravure Printing (rules apply in Nueces County)
  • Fugitive Emissions (rules apply in Nueces County)
  • Loading and Unloading Operations
  • Controlling Particulate Matter Pollution

    Statewide rules limit particulate matter emissions and opacity from affected sources. Fugitive dust control rules also apply in a portion of Nueces County.

    Controlling Sulfur Dioxide Pollution

    Statewide rules limit sulfur dioxide emissions and ground level concentrations from affected sources.

    State Implementation Plan

    Information on the SIP to improve air quality in the Corpus Christi area

    Contact Information