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Applicability Determination Index. A web-based database that contains memoranda issued by EPA on applicability and compliance issues associated with air pollution regulations (e.g., Maximum Achievable Control Technology).

You can access the CAA regulations through the Electronic Code of Federal Regulations ("e-CFR") provided by the Government Printing Office. CAA Regulations can be found in 40 CFR Parts 50-99.

Alternatives in Air Emission Modeling for Characterization of Processes & Process Change. This paper will examine the strengths and weaknesses of various modeling techniques used for estimating process emissions. Building on this information, a framework will be developed to assist in predicting process emissions that does not rely on empirical data and would therefore be of use in process design.

AP 42 Compilation of Air Pollutant Emission Factors, Chapter 12.20 Metallurgical Industry-Electroplating (July 1996). Was first published by the U.S. Public Health Service in 1968. In 1972, it was revised and issued as the second edition by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). In 1985, the subsequent fourth edition was split into two volumes.

Estimating Emission from Hard and Decorative Chrome Plating (California Permit Handbook).



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