Technology Transfer Network - Air Toxics Web Site
Pesticide Active Ingredient Production Industry
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Proposed and Promulgated Rules
Subpart MMM - National Emission Standards for Pesticide Active Ingredient Production
NOTE: All files are Government Printing Office (GPO) files unless otherwise indicated.
Background Information Document(BID)/Response to comments
|10/27/97||FACT SHEET - Technical - Proposed Rule|
|5/13/99||FACT SHEET - Press Release - Final Rule|
|March 2005||Implementation Document for the Pesticide Active Ingredient NESHAP (40 CFR 63, Subpart MMM) (EPA-305-B-05-001)|
Source Identification and Location Information
|1997||U.S. Pesticide Active Ingredient Production Facilities [Facility List]|
Outreach and Training Materials
Compliance and Enforcement Information
NOTE: The 6/3/2002 FR amendment changed the existing source compliance date to 12/23/2003.
|EPA document 305-B-04-001-MACT Case Studies|
The Environmental Council of the States. The website provides state delegation information for environmental programs. To view delegation information for a specific state or for a specific program, go to http://www.sso.org. To see delegation information for the Clean Air Act specifically, go to http://www.sso.org/ecos/states/statutes/caa.htm.
Agricultural Compliance Assistance Center. The center is maintained by EPA's Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA) and provides multimedia information for the agriculture industry.
Other Compliance Assistance Centers. EPA's Office of Enforcement and Compliance Assurance (OECA) has created several compliance assistance centers in addition to the Ag center which may be valuable to industry in obtaining regulatory and compliance information. This link goes to the main compliance assistance center webpage which lists all centers currently available with a brief description of what type of information the center provides.
U.S. EPA Office of Pesticide Programs. Main EPA Pesticide Programs page which links to other EPA sites.
American Crop Protection Association. ACPA represents companies that produce, sell, and distribute virtually all the active compounds used in crop protection chemicals registered for use in the United States.
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