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Colorado State Implementation Plan for PM-10
|Other titles||Colorado state implementation plan for particulate matter (PM-10)|
|Statement||adopted by the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission ; prepared by Regional Air Quality Council and Colorado Department of Health, Air Pollution Control Division.|
|Contributions||Regional Air Quality Council (Colorado), Colorado. Air Pollution Control Division.|
|LC Classifications||TD884.5 .C65 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v. (various pagings) :|
|LC Control Number||93622787|
EMERGENCY & DISASTER CONTINGENCY PLANNING Recommended Plans for Colorado Elections The Secretary of State provides this guide to assist designated election officials with emergency and disaster contingency planning for a variety of events and issues that can affect elections conducted statewide or regionally. Revised 3/30/ PM 10 emissions means finely divided solid or liquid material, with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to a nominal 10 micrometers emitted to the ambient air as measured by an applicable reference method, or an equivalent or alternative method, specified in this chapter or by a test method specified in an approved State implementation plan.
Air pollution - statewide greenhouse gas pollution abatement - air quality control commission - rules - appropriation. Section 1 of the act states that Colorado shall have statewide goals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by at least 26%, greenhouse gas emissions by at least 50%, and greenhouse gas emissions by at least 90% of the levels of statewide greenhouse gas emissions. Implementation ANNEXATION PLAN The Annexation Plan establishes the framework for decisions concerning annexation of land into the City of Colorado Springs. Coupled with the Comprehensive Plan's policies, the Land Use Map and the City's Strategic Plan, this document will guide future applicants who seek to annex property into the City.
On , the designee of the Governor of Colorado submitted to EPA a revised maintenance plan for the Steamboat Springs area for the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to 10 microns (PM 10). The SIP was adopted by the State on Decem State Auditor Colorado Office of the State Auditor East 14th ndAvenue, 2 Floor Denver, CO Dear Ms. Ray: In response to your request, we have prepared an updated status report regarding the implementation of audit recommendations contained in the performance audit report of the Consolidation of Executive Branch Information Technology.
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The State must have a fully approved particulate matter (PM10) maintenance plan that meets the requirements of CAA Section A, including a demonstration that the area will maintain the standard for a period of at least 10 years following redesignation by EPA.
State Implementation Plans (SIPs) Back to attainment planning All Colorado communities are currently in attainment of all National Ambient Air Quality Standards except the Front Range ozone control area, which is nonattainment for the eight-hour ozone standard.
Maintenance) from the Denver metro area PM 10 State Implementation Plan (SIP). However, all other control strategies included in the previously approved maintenance plan remain unchanged in this revision.
Since this revision to the Denver area SIP includes the budget year contained in the. The Colorado State Publications Library (CoSPL) was established by the General Assembly in as a part of the Colorado State Library and the Colorado Department of Education.
The mission of the library is to provide Colorado residents with permanent public access to information produced by state government. OF THE STATE A,IR QU}\LITY IMPLEMENTATION PLAN Denver Regional Council of Governments West 26th Avenue, Suite B Denver, Colorado Prepa=ation of this plan has b~c~ financed through an Air Quality Planning'Grant under Section of the Clean Air Act, as am~nded, from the U.S.
Environmental Protection. The State Plan is up to date as of Februand will be updated with all State Plan Amendments as soon as they are approved. Colorado Medicaid State Plan. Navigating the State Plan. Please use the bookmarked table of contents in the document to view each section of the State Plan.
Use "Ctrl-F" to search for keywords throughout the. Colorado Visibility and Regional Haze State Implementation Plan for 12 Mandatory Class I Federal Areas 6 Colorado Dept.
of Public Health and Environment, Air Pollution Control Division Approved January 7, generated in the local vicinity or carried by the wind often many hundreds or even thousands of miles from where they Size: 2MB.
Emission Inventories for the Maintenance Plan and Redesignation Request Adopted Janu Prepared by The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Air Pollution Control Division Cherry Creek Drive South Denver, Colorado - () States must develop plans to attain and maintain air quality standards.
These plans, known as SIPs, are submitted to EPA for approval. This web site contains information about this process and the current status of the state submittals. This map shows Colorado’s nonattainment area for ozone (O 3) and the attainment/maintenance areas for particulate matter of 10 micrograms in size or smaller (PM 10) and carbon monoxide (CO).
Go to Colorado's nonattainment SIPs and maintenance plans to see the plans for these areas that are currently not achieving the NAAQS or have not met the.
(u) Revisions to the Colorado State Implementation Plan, PM 10 Revised Maintenance Plan for Steamboat Springs, as adopted by the Colorado Air Quality Control Commission on DecemState effective on Januand submitted by the Governor's designee on The revised maintenance plan satisfies all applicable.
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District Accountability Handbook (Fall ) Page 2 The purpose of this handbook is to provide an outline of the requirements and responsibilities for state, district and school stakeholders in the state’s accountability process established by the Education Accountability Act of (S.B.
Federal requirements and responsibilities under. Colorado PM () Areas Return to map Top of page: Click on the Area name to view SIP Required Elements Area: Status: Designation Date: Classification: Population (state portion) Meets NAAQS Basis: Average Estimated Exceedances (est.
exc.) (entire area) Meets NAAQS: SIP Requirements Original/ Approved: Clean Air Determination Citation. The Annual Network Plan is required by Ti Code of Federal Regulations, Part (a) [40 CFR (a)]. It is also a simple accounting of monitoring site changes that have taken place over the past year and changes that are expected for the year ahead.
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Learn about State Implementation Plan (SIP) Status. State Designated Area Reports. Choose a state or territory from this list and click "Go" or click on a state in the map below.Get this from a library! Colorado State Implementation Plan for Carbon Monoxide, July Denver metropolitan nonattainment area element.
[Colorado. Department of Public Health and Environment.; Colorado. Air Quality Control Commission.; Colorado. Air Pollution Control Division.; Regional Air Quality Council (Colorado);].(a) On April 9,the Governor of Colorado submitted the moderate PM nonattainment area plan for the Canon City area.
The submittal was made to satisfy those moderate PM nonattainment area SIP requirements which were due for Canon City on Novem