1972 COMPENDIUM

                  OF

 STATE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCIES
Division of Intergovernmental Relations
         Office of Legislation
    Environmental Protection Agency
       Washington, D. C.  20460
           September 1, 1972

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                       EPA REGIONAL OFFICES
 Region  I     - Connecticut. Maine. Massachusetts, New Hampshire. Rhode  Island,
                 Vermont.
   John A.  S. McGlennon,  Regional Administrator  -  617-223-7210
   Steven Ells,  Intergovernmental and  Congressional Affairs
   John F.  Kennedy  Building,  Boston, Massachusetts 02203

 Region II    - New Jersey,  New York. Puerto  Rico. Virgin  Islands.

   Gerald M. Hansler,  Regional Administrator  - 212-264-2525
   Meyer Scolnick,  Intergovernmental and Congressional Affairs
   26 Federal Plaza, New  York, New York  10007

 Region III   - Delaware. District of Columbia. Maryland.  Pennsylvania.
                 Virginia,  West Virginia.

   Edward W. Furia, Jr.,  Regional Administrator  -  215-597-9800
   Diane Margenau,  Intergovernmental and Congressional Affairs
   Curtis Building, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania   19106

 Region IV    - Alabama.  Florida. Georgia. Mississippi. Kentucky, North
                 Carolina,  South Carolina,  Tennessee.

   Jack E.  Ravan, Regional Administrator -  404-526-5727
   Frank Reed,  Intergovernmental and Congressional Affairs
   1421 Peachtree St.,  N.E.,  Atlanta,  Georgia 30309

 Region V     - Illinois. Indiana. Ohio. Michigan. Minnesota.  Wisconsin.

   Francis  T. Mayo, Regional  Administrator  -  312-353-5250
   Maurice  Coburn,  Intergovernmental and Congressional Affairs
   1 North  Wacker Drive,  Chicago, Illinois  60606

 Region VI    - Arkansas. Louisiana. New Mexico. Oklahoma. Texas.
   Arthur W. Busch, Regional  Administrator  -  214-749-1962
   Paul Comola,  Intergovernmental and  Congressional Affairs
   1600 Patterson St.,  Dallas, Texas   75201

 Region VII   - Iowa. Kansas. Missouri.  Nebraska.

   Jerome H. Svore, Regional  Administrator  -  816-374-5493
   Clark C.  Clopeck,  Intergovernmental and  Congressional Affairs
   1735 Baltimore Avenue,  Kansas City, Missouri  64108


 Region VIII - Colorado. Montana. North Dakota. South Dakota. Utah. Wyoming.

   John Green, Regional Administrator  - 303-837-3895
   Dean Norris,  Intergovernmental and  Congressional Affairs
   1860 Lincoln St., Denver, Colorado  80203

 Region IX   - American Samoa.  Arizona. California. Guam. Hawaii. Nevada

   Paul DeFalco, Jr.,  Regional Administrator - 415-556-2320
   Deanna Wieman, Intergovernmental and Congressional Affairs
   100 California St.,  San Francisco,  California  94111

Region X    - Alaska.  Idaho. Oregon.  Washington.

   James  L.  Agee, Regional Administrator -  2,06-442-1200
   Mary Nielson, Intergovernmental  and  Congressional  Affairs
   1200 6tb>Avenue,  Seattle, Washington  98101

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     1972 COMPENDIUM OF STATE AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
                        AGENCIES
                      Introduction
     This Compendium of State Air Pollution Control Agencies
is a companion volume to the 1972 Compendium of State Water
Pollution Control Agencies with Regulatory/Policy-Making
Responsibility issued in December 1971 by the Office of
Intergovernmental Programs.  It has been prepared to provide
State and local governments, non-government entities and others
interested in air pollution control programs with summaries of
the statutory, organizational and functional means adopted by
the States, territories and possessions of the United States
to achieve environmental goals in the area of air pollution
control.  Principal information sources used include state
codes and session laws, state air implementation plans filed
with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), information
supplied by EPA regional offices and miscellaneous directories.

     The Compendium is designed to serve as a guide for
identifying the principal provisions of the major state statutes
relating to air pollution control^/ and the organizational
structure through which these statutes are administered.  It
is not an exhaustive digest of State air pollution control laws.
For example, State laws relating to the control of motor vehicle
/emissions are not included.  A complete and detailed understanding
df the air control laws applicable in each State would require an
examination of the state statutes, together with any implementing
regulations, executive orders and relevant judicial decisions.

     In format, the Compendium follows the uniform configuration
of the ten Federal regions  (see map of Federal regions at p. v •)..
States are listed alphabetically within each region.

     The Compendium identifies the principal policy-making and
regulatory organizations responsible for air pollution control
in each State, the District of Columbia, Guam, American Samoa,
Puerto Rico and the Virgin  Islands.  The organizational structure
of these agencies and their relationship to other State agencies
are described diagrammatically.  An asterisk identifies the
official State air pollution control agency with authority to
 II  Statutes enacted up to July 1, 1972-

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accept and administer Federal funds and grants.  The relation-
ships of these State agencies to similar agencies in other States
and to local agencies within the State are summarized briefly
under the topic "Intergovernmental Cooperation".  To the extent
available, addresses, telephone numbers, and the names of
officials are included.

     General statutory references to the States' basic air
pollution control laws are provided.  In addition, specific
references to particular powers and authorities, such as the
adoption of regulations, conduct of investigations, enforcement^
etc., are presented in tabular form.  In some instances, the
sbecific authorities included in this statutory table parallel
the requirements established by EPA for State air implementation
plans (40 CFR 51.11, 36 F.R. 22369 at 22400, November 25, 1971).
However, the information presented in this Compendium regarding
these authorities is not to be interpreted either as an endorse-
ment of or an evaluation of the adequacy of these authorities.
(For EPA action approving and promulgating State air implementation
plans, see 40 CFR Part 52, 37 F.R. No. 105, Part III, pp. 10842-10906,
May 3.1, 1972; miscellaneous amendments, 37 F.R. 15080-15091, July 27,
1972.  See also EPA Notice of Proposed Rulemaking relating to approval
and promulgation of air implementation plans for 25 states, 37 F, R.
11826-11848, June 14, 1972; EPA Notice of Proposed Rulemaking
relating to approval and promulgation of a±r implementation plans
for 12 states, 37 F.R. 15904-15113, July 27, 1972.)

     Although every effort has been made to make the Compendium
complete and accurate, state statutes are subject to change as are
the membership and staffing of state and local air pollution control
agencies, boards and commissions.  Pertinent changes and updating
of the information and listings will be incorporated in future
revisions of the Compendium.

     In the interest of developing a reference document for state
air pollution control agencies which is both useful and current,
your comments and suggestions concerning the format, scope and
information presented in this Compendium of State Air Pollution
Control Agencies are invited.
                                  Nicholas M. Golubin
                                  Assistant Director
                                  Division of Intergovernmental  Relations
                                  Office of Legislation
                                  Environmental Protection Agency
                                  Washington, D.C.  20460
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INDEX OF STATES

Alabama
Alaska
American Samoa
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware .
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Guam
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Page
97
349
289
293
198
305
252
2
57
63
103
110
334
338
354
151
158
229
235
115
203
9
68
14
169
176
122
240
                 Montana
                 Nebraska
                 Nevada
                 New Hampshire
                 New Jersey
                 New Mexico
                 New York
                 North Carolina
                 North Dakota
                 Ohio
                 Oklahoma
                 Oregon
                 Pennsylvania
                 Puerto Rico
                 Rhode Island
                 South Carolina
                 South Dakota
                 Tennessee
                 Texas
                 Utah
                 Vermont
                 Virginia
                 Virgin Islands
                 Washington
                 West Virginia
                 Wisconsin
                 Wyoming
Page

 259
 246
 342
   21
   35
 208
   41
 128
 264
 181
 214
 360
   75
   48
   25
 137
 271
 144
 220
 277
   29
   83
   52
  366
   90
  190
  283
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INDEX BY REGION
REGION I

Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Rhode Island
Vermont

REGION II

New Jersey
New York
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islarids

REGION III

Delaware
District of Columbia
Maryland
Pennsylvania
Virginia
West Virginia

REGION IV

Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee

REGION V

Illinois
Indiana
Michigan
Minnesota
Ohio
Wisconsin
Page

   2
   9
  14
  21
  25
  29
  35
  41
  48
  52
  57
  63
  68
  75
  83
  90
   97
  103
  110
  115
  122
  128
  137
  151
  158
  169
  176
  181
  190
REGION VI

Arkansas
Louisiana
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Texas

REGION VII

Iowa
Kansas
Missouri
Nebraska

REGION VIII

Colorado
Montana
North Dakota
South Dakota
Utah
Wyoming

REGION IX

American Samoa
Arizona
California
Guam
Hawaii
Nevada

REGION X

Alaska
Idaho
Oregon
Washington
Page

 198
 203
 208
 214
 220
 229
 235
 240
 246
 252
 259
 264
 271
 277
 283
 289
 293
 305
 338
 342
 349
 354
 36°
 366
      iv

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                                                                          Interstate Agencies
                          ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY REGIONAL OFFICES     DREJC
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  I
  V
III
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American Samoa      IX
Trust Territories   IX

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REGION I
Connecticut
Maine
Massachusetts
New Hampshire
Rhode Island
Vermont

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                                CONNECTICUT


1.   STATE AGENCIES

*  Connecticut  Department  of  Environmental Protection

         State Office Building
         Hartford, Connecticut  06115
         Telephone:   203-566-4252
         Commissioner of Environmental Protection,  Daniel  W.  Lufkin

            Air  Pollution Control  Section

                 70  Elm Street
                 Hartford,  Connecticut  06115
                 Telephone: 203-566-4030
                 Director of Air Compliance, Echert Beck

    Advisory Council 'on Environmental  Quality
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE
            The Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection advises,
            consults and cooperates with other State agencies, Federal and
            regional agencies, local governments, industries, and other af-
            fected groups.  The Department transmits information and data
            on emissions, air quality, construction of new industrial plants,
            and air pollution control strategies to air pollution control
            agencies in other states (Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York,
            and Rhode Island).

            Connecticut, New Jersey, and New York participate In the Interstate
            Sanitation Commission.  The Commission collects air pollution data,
            conducts field surveys and inspections, makes complaint referrals
            and coordinates planning and emergency episode activities.
    B.  INTRASTATE

            In Connecticut, the Department of Environmental Protection has
            primary responsibility for developing a coordinated state-wide
            air pollution control program.  Subject to the approval of the
            Commissioner of Environmental Protection, municipalities and
            local air pollution control districts may adopt and enforce air
            pollution control ordinances and regulations identical to or
            more stringent than State regulations.

  *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
   administer Federal funds and grants.

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CONNECTICUT
   Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies
            Bridgeport

           Air Pollution Control Bureau
           835 Washington Avenue, Bridgeport, Connecticut  06604
           Telephone:  203-333-8551 Ext. 451
           Administrator and Director - John F. McCarthy

           Air Pollution Appeals Board
            (same address and phone number as above)
           Acting Chairman - John Gleason
           Secretary - John F. McCarthy

            Fairfield
           Fairfield Health Department                  '
           Town Hall Annex, Fairfield, Connecticut  06430
           Telephone:  203-366-7851
           Director of Health - H. Patterson Harris, Jr., M.D.
           Supervisor,  Environmental Health - Leonard T.  O'Neill

           Fairfield Board of Health
            (sane address and phone  as above)
           Chairman - J. Carter O'Dwyer

           Greenwich

           Greenwich Health Department
           Town Hall Annex, Greenwich, Connecticut  06830'                    v
           Telephone:  203-869-8800 Ext. 321;
           Director - George Kraus,  M.D.

           Board of Health                                                       i
            (same address and phone  as above except Ext. 30°)
           Chairman - George L. Tunick, M.D.

           Meriden

           Department of Health
           Stoddard Municipal Building
           165 Miller Street, Meriden, Connecticut 06U50
           Telephone:  203-238-2611
           Director of Public Health - Gunar N. Bohan, M.D.
           Chief of Environmental Health -  Thomas D. Armentano

           Board of Health
           2k Trumbull Street, Meriden, Connecticut 061£0
           Telephone:  203-237-2556                        ;,;i,
           Chairman - Lester H. Sugarman, O.D.  .           , :'

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CONNECTICUT
          Middletown

          Department of Health
          Municipal Building, Middletown, Connecticut  06457
          Telephone:  203-347-4671 Ext. 16
          Director - Eric Gordon, M.D.
          Hilfard

          Department of  Health
          Eels  Hill Annex, Milford,  Connecticut  061*60
          Telephone:  203-878-1731 Ext.  61
          Director of Health - Dr. Benjamin Rosenthal
          Air Pollution  Control  Officer  - William N.  Whitney
          Health Administrator - Raymond J.
          NJ3W Britain

          Health Department
          Room 305, City Hall
          27 West Main Street, New Britain, Connecticut  06051
          Telephone:  203-225-8100
          Director - Qeorge Zalkan, M.D.

          Board of Health
          (same address and phone as above)
          Chairman - Thomas J. Madden, M.D.
          Secretary - Oeorge Zalkan, M.D.

          New Haven
          Bureau of Environmental Health
          New Haven Health Department
          One State Street, New Haven, Connecticut  06511
          Telephone:  203-562-0151 Ext. 1&9
          Director of Public Health - John B. Atwater, M.D.
          Director of  Environmental Health - Edward R. DeLouise

          Air Pollution Control Advisory Committee     	
          (same address and phone as above)
          Chairman - Charles Gill

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CONNECTICUT
           Horwalk

           Health Department
           137-139 East Avenue, Norvalk, Connecticut 06851
           Telephone:  203-838-7531
           Director - Francis J. Kalaman, M.D., M.P.H.
           Air Pollution Sanitarian - John L. Schwartz, R.S.

           Board of Health
           (same address and phone as above)
           Chairman - Henry J« Gloetzner, M.D.
           Secretary - Francis J. Kalaman, M.D.

           Stanford

           Health Department
           229 North Street, Stanford, Connecticut  06901
           Telephone:  203-31*8-5667
           Director - Ralph M. Oof stein, M.D.
           Air Pollution Control Officer -
            Health Commission
            (sane address and phone aa above)
            Chairman - Ralph Pesiri, M.O.
            Clerk of the Commission - Ralph M.  Oof stein, M.D.

            Stratford

            Department  of Health
            Town Hall, Stratford,  Connecticut  061*97
            Telephone:  203-375-5621  Ext.  20U
            Director - Chester E.  Haberlin, M.D.
            Public Health Administrator - William J. Watson

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CONNECTICUT
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

   A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

           Public Act Ho. 872, creating a Department of Environmental
       Protection, approved June 25, 1971, (H.B. No. 9254), Connecticut
       Public Acts, 1971 Session, pp. 1927-2155; Public Act No. 45,
       approved April 17, 1972 (H.B. No. 5220) Connecticut Public Acts,
       1972 Session;  Public Act No. 103, approved April 29, 1972
       (S.B. 277) Connecticut Public Acts, 1972 Session.

   B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
                                                                  Citation I/
Plans and Programs

   1.  Develop comprehensive
       state air pollution con-
       trol plans & programs

   2.  Conduct studies, investi-
       gations, and research

Regulation

:   3.  Adopt regulations


   4.  Adopt emission standards


   5.  Adopt emission limitations
   6.  Prevent construction,
       modification, or operation
       of stationary sources
    7.   Issue  permits for con-
        struction of new sources
    8.   Issue  permits  for opera-
        tion of new sources
    9.   Grant variances
Commissioner of
 Environmental
 Protection (CEP)
 CEP
 CEP
 CEP
 CEP
 CEP
 CEP
 CEP
 CEP
                                                              Public Act No. 872,
                                                               §§ 6, 9
                                                              Public Act No. 872,
                                                               •g 7
                                                              Public Act No. 872 ,
                                                               §§ 7, 12, 17, 19

                                                              Public Act No. 872,
                                                               §§ 7

                                                              Public Act No. 872,
                                                               §§ 7
                                                              Public Act No. 872,
                                                               §§ 17
                                                              Public Act No. 872,
                                                               §§ 17
                                                              Public Act No.  872,
                                                               f§  17
                                                              Public Act No.  872,
                                                               §§  27

, _/  All  references  are  to  Public  Act  No.  872,  approved  June  25,  1971,  and  to  Public
     Act  No.  103,  approved  April 29,  1972.   For full  citation see General Authority.
                                     '7                                         /

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CONNECTICUT
Statutory Authority
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance infor-
mation

11. Inspect and conduct tests

12. Require record keeping

13. Require periodic reports

14. Require emission
monitoring devices

15. Issue enforceable admin-
istrative orders



Emergency Action
16. Take special prompt
action in air pollution
emergencies

Enforcement
17. Enforce applicable laws,
regulations, standards,
and administrative
orders
18. Seek injunctive relief



Responsible Agency


CEP

CEP

CEP

CEP


CEP


CEP





CEP






CEP
CEP



Citation -


Public Act No. 872,
IB 7, 17, 21
Public Act No. 872,
«« 17
Public Act No. 872, g
17 , 21
Public Act No. 872,
%% 17

Public Act No. 872,
%% 17

Public Act No. 872,
%% 7, 8, 19, 22, 23
Public Act No. 103,
%% 2

Public Act No. 872,
%% 8, 25;
Public Act No. 103,
IS 4

Public Act No. 872,
%% 7, 12, 17, 21,
Public Act No. 103,
%% 1, 3
Public Act No. 872,
%% 7, 17, 24
Public Act No. 103,
%% 3

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                                   MAINE
                                 [GOVERNOR]
                                     I
                  DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
                Commissioner of Environmental Protection i'

                    BOARD OF ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION 2/

            Chairman - Commissioner  of  Environmental Protection,
              ex officio  —  right  to vote only when tie vote

            Ten members appointed  by Governor & confirmed  by
             Council for  three  year  terms
             Qualifications:
                Two - State  nanfacturing interests
                Two - Municipalities
                Two - General public
                Two - State  conservation interests
                Two - Knowledgeable  in  air pollution matters	
BUREAU OF WATER QUALITY
CONTROL


BUREAU OF AIR QUALITY
CONTROL
Chief



|CLE
BUREAU OF LAND
QUALITY CONTROL

RK TYPIST Ilj

  PORTLAND REGIONAL
      OFFICE

     Engineer
Engineering Technician
CENTRAL MAIN REGIONAL OFFICE
          AUGUSTA

     Assistant Engineer
         Chemist I
  LICENSING STAFF
Assistant Engineer
Assistant Engineer
 Clerk Typist II
  ^/Appointed by Governor and confirmed by Council for term coterminous
    with Governor
  ^/Successor to Environmental Improvement Commission

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                                   MAINE
 I.   STATE  AGENCIES

    Department  of  Environmental  Protection

        State House
        Augusta, Maine   04330
        Telephone:   207-289-2811
        Commissioner of  Environmental  Protection,

 *  Board of Environmental  Protection

        State House
        Augusta, Maine   04330
        Telephone:   207-289-2591
        Chairman:
        Members:
        Director,  William R.  Adams
    Bureau of Air Quality Control

        State House
        Augusta, Maine  04330
        Telephone:  207-289-3762
        Chief, Frederick C.  Pitman

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE
            Maine transmits information and data on air quality, emissions,
            sampling, site location, licensing of new sources and activation
            of emergency episode procedures to air pollution control agencies
            in other states (New Hampshire)

 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer Federal funds and grants.
                                    10

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  MAINE
     B.  INTRASTATE

             In Maine,  responsibility for  air  pollution control  is  shared
             by the State and  municipalities.   Although the Department  of
             Environmental Protection has  primary  responsibility for
             developing and implementing a coordinated  state-wide air
             pollution  control program,  the State  has not  preempted the
             field of air pollution study  and  control.   Municipalities
             are authorized to adopt and enforce air pollution control
             and abatement ordinances not  less stringent than State law
             and regulations.   Municipal ordinances are binding  on  persons
             residing in the municipality  when they are more stringent  than
             or touch on matters not covered by State law  and regulations.

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

             38 Maine Revised  Statutes Annotated,  (M.R.S.A.), 1972  Cum. Pocket
         Supp.  £@ 581-597, relating to protection  and improvement of  air, as
         amended by Maine 1972 Laws, 1st Special Session,  ch. 570,  approved
         February 9, 1972.  See also 38  M.R.S.A. 1972 Cum. Pocket Supp.
         §8 460-463. Maine Site Location  of Development Law, 38 M.R.S.A., 1972
         Cum. Pocket Supp.8481 - 488, as amended by Maine  1972 Laws,  1st Special
         Session, ch. 613, approved March  9, 1972. An  Act implementing the
         reorganization of the Department  of Environmental Protection,  Maine
         1972 Laws, 1st Special Session, ch. 618,  approved March 10,  1972,
         effective July 1, 1972.  An Act relating  to Property Tax Exemption
         of certain pollution  control facilities,  Maine 1972 Laws,  1st  Special
         Session, ch. 562, approved February 7, 1972.

     B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
       Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
  Plans and Programs

     1.  Develop comprehensive
         State air pollution con-
         trol plans & programs

     2.  Conduct studies, investi-
         gations, and research

  Regulation

     3.  Adopt regulations
Board of Environmental
 Protection (BEP)
 BEP (State legislature
 adopts standards by
 legislative enactment).
38 M.R.S.A.  $ 460
38 M.R.S.A.  '8 585-A,
See also §§ 583, 584,
584-A, 585, Maine 1972
Laws, ch. 618 >'§ 9
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MAINE
     Statutory  Authority
Responsible Agency
  Citation
Regulation/Cent.)

   4.  Adopt emission standards

   5.  Adopt emission limitations

   6.  Prevent construction,
       modification, or operation
       of stationary sources
   7.  Issue permits for con-
       struction of new sources
   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources
   9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

  10.  Obtain compliance
       information

  11.  Inspect and conduct tests


  12.  Require record keeping


  13.  Require periodic reports
  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable admin-
       istrative orders;     :; :

Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt
       action in air pollution
       emergencies
BEP and State Legislature

BEP and State Legislature

BEP
BEP & Commissioner of
Environmental Protection
(CEP)
BEP
BEP
BEP
BEP
BEP
BEP
BEP 1
BEP
38 M.R.S.A. •§ 585

38 MvR.S.A.  i 585-A

38 M.R.S.A. ftft 589,
590, 591, 592. See
also 38 M.R.S.A. gg
481-488

38 M.R.S.A  % 590
Maine 1972 Laws,
ch. 618, «« 8

38 MiR.S.A.  8 590
Maine 1972 Laws,
ch. 618,  8 8

38 M.R.S.A.  § 587
38 M.R.S.A §§462,
586

38 M.R.S.A *§ 589
590

38 M.R.S.A ft* 589
590

38 M.R.S.A %S 462
589

38 M.R.S.A  % 589
38 M.R.S.A %% 591
38 M.R.S.A  •% 593
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MAINE
     Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
    Citation
Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards,
        and administrative orders
   18.  Seek injunctive relief
State Attorney General
 at request of BEP
 State Attorney General
  at request of BEF
38 M.R.S.A SS 462,
591, 595, 596
Maine 1972 Laws,
ch. 618,  8 8

38.M.R.S.A  %% 462,
595
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                                                 MASSACHUSETTS
                                                                        JGO V E R N 0 Rj
    ADVISORY cniiNrrn. ON ATR pnu.uTTnN EMERGENCIES
Fifteen members
 Four ex officio
  Commissioner of Public Health
  Registrar of Motor Vehicles
  Commissioner of Commerce & Development
  Commissioner of Labor and Industries
                                          or their designees
Eleven appointed by Governor
    Qualifications:
      One - municipal government
      One - power generating industry
      One - Associated Industries of Mass.
      One - coal industry
      One - fuel oil industry
      One - gas industry
      One '- licensed physician
      One - registered professional engineer
                                                                     DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC
                                                                             HEALTH
                                                                     	Commissioner
                                IPUBLIC HEALTH
                                I   COUNCIL
 DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL
 	HEALTH
)BUREAU OF AIR USE MANAGEMENT I
1 I 1
METRO BOSTON
AIR POLLUTION
CONTROL DISTRICT

CENTRAL MASS.
AIR POLLUTION
CONTROL DISTRICT

PIONEER VALLEY
AIR POLLUTION
CONTROL DISTRICT

i i - i
BERKSHIRE AIR
POLLUTION CON-
TROL DISTRICT

MERRIMACK VALLEY
AIR POLLUTION
CONTROL DISTRICT

SOUTHEASTERN MASS.
AIR POLLUTION
CONTROL. DISTRICT

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                               MASSACHUSETTS


I.  STATE AGENCIES

*  Department of Public Health

       600 Washington Street, 2nd Floor
       Boston, Massachusetts  02111
       Telephone:  617-727-2690
       Commissioner,
                    Division of Environmental Health

                        Address and Telephone Above
                        Director, John C. Collins

                    Bureau of Air Use Management

                        600 Washington Street, Room 320
                        Boston, Massachusetts  02111
                        Telephone:  617-727-2658
                        Director, Gilbert T. Joly
                        Assistant Director, Cornelius O'Leary

   Public Health Council


   Advisory Council on Air Pollution Emergencies
*0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept
 and administer Federal funds and grants.
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 MASSACHUSETTS
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
    A. INTERSTATE
            Massachusetts has developed informal arrangements for
            interstate cooperation and coordination on air pollution
            control matters.   Through the New England Staff for
            Coordinating Air  Use Management (NESCAUM), Massachusetts
            exchanges air pollution control information and coordinates
            its regulatory activities with neighboring States.  NESCAUM
            objectives include development of uniform air quality
            evaluation techniques, study of interstate compacts and
            legislation, interstate cooperation to identify actual and
            potential multi-state air pollution problems and region-wide
            interchange of air quality data.   NESCAUM is composed of air
            pollution control staff members from States which are jointly
            involved in Interstate Air Quality Control Regions, and
            reports directly  to the New England Governor's Conference.
            The New England Interstate Radiological Health Compact
            prescribes similar procedures for air pollution problems
            resulting from the release of nuclear contaminants.

    B. INTRASTATE

            Massachusetts law requires all State agencies to cooperate
            in air pollution  control matters and to comply with air
            pollution control regulations.  The cooperation and assistance
            of State departments and agencies is further assured by the
            good offices of the Governor.  In addition to the Department
            of Public Health, the Departments of Public Works, Public
            Safety and Natural Resources also have air pollution control
            responsibilities.

            At present, several municipal air pollution control programs
            are in effect in  Massachusetts.  However, it is not expected
            that these programs will be continued on a long-term basis.
            Instead Massachusetts expects to make increased use of
            regional air pollution control programs implemented through
            six regional air  pollution control districts under the
            direction of the  Bureau of Air Use Management within  the
            Massachusetts Department of Public Health

    Names. Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies
            Berkshire Air Pollution Control District
            1U1U State Street,  Springfield, HassAchuoetta   01109
            Telephones  U13-785-5327
            Director - Stephen Joyce
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MASSACHUSETTS



              Eteston
              Air Pollution Control Commission
              Room 81*, Quincy.Market Building
              South Market Street, Boston, Massachusetts  02109
              Telephone:  617-227-1*890
              Executive Director - David Standley

              Air Pollution Control Commission
              Room 3-'2l*6j, MdoS.j, Cambridge, Massachusetts  0213°
              Telephone:  617-86U-6900 Ext. 2236
              Chairman - Professor Janes A. Fay

              Central Massachusetts

              Central Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District
              Room 1*01*, City Hall
              Worcester, Massachusetts  01608
              Telephone:  617-791-3672
              Director - Edaond 0. Banoit

              Fitcnburg

              Board of  Health
              Room 17,  City Ball
              718 Main  Street, Fitchburg, Massachusetts  011*20
              Telephone:  617-31*2-981*3
              Agent   -  John £. Coulter, Jr.
              Chairman  - Paul E. Cochrane, M.D.

              Merriaack Valley

              Merrimack Valley Air Pollution Control District
              600 Washington  Street, Boston, Massachusetts  02111
              Telephone:  617-727-2658
              Acting  Director - Frank Reinhardt

              Metropolitan  Boston

              Metropolitan  Boston Air Pollution Control District
              600 Washington  Street, Boston, Massachusetts  02111
              Telephone:  617-727-5191*
              Director  - William F. Cass

              Pioneer Valley

              Pioneer Valley  Air Pollution Control District
              11*11* State Street, Springfield, Massachusetts  01109
              Telephone:  1*13-785-5327
              Director  - Stephen Joyce
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   MASSACHUSETTS
             Southeastern Massachusetts

             Southeastern Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District
             Southeast Regional Health Office
             Lakeville Hospital, Lakeville, Massachusetts  023U6
             Telephone:  6l?-0U7-i060
             Director - Robert Donovan

             Worcester

             Air Pollution Control District
             Department of Public Health
             Room hOh, City Hall, Worcester, Massachusetts  01608
             Telephone:  617-798-8151  Ext.  230
             Conndssioner of Public Health - Arnold Gurwits, M.D.
             Director of Public Health - John F.  Skdth
             Supervisor, Diviaian of Mr Pollution Control - John (kgliaatro
             Boud of Health
             (same address and phone as above)
             Chairman - William Henry

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Massachusetts General Laws Annotated (M.G.L.A.)  c.  Ill,  including
         1972 Cum. Ann. Pocket Part, 82B (Air Pollution Emergency Law);   8 2C
         (order issuance); s 31C (Regulation by Local Boards  of  Health);  § 142A
         (authorization for statewide regulation);  § 142B (air pollution  control
         district authority); § 142C  (voluntary establishment of air pollution
         control districts); § 142D  (air pollution control district  establish-
         ment and program authority);g!42E  (regulation of sister agencies);
         i 142F  (fuel discharge from aircraft, effective January 1,  1973).
         Massachusetts Laws 1972, Regular Session,  ch. 359, approved  June 1,
         1972 (H.B. No. 2864) M.G.L.A., 1972 Cum. Ann. Pocket Part c. 59, § 5,
         Item 39 (tax relief).  For State administrative procedure, see M.G.L.A.
         ch. 30A, including 1972 Cum. Ann. Pocket Part 8 1-17.

     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation!/
  Plans and Programs
         Develop comprehensive State
         air pollution control plans
         and programs
         Conduct studies, investi-
         gations, and research
Department of Public
 Health (DPH)
DPH
Ch. Ill, § 142D
Ch. Ill, S 142E
   I/ All references are to Massachusetts General Laws Annotated
      cited under General Authority.
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MASSACHUSETTS
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation !/
Regulation

   3.  Adopt regulations


   4.  Adopt emission standards


   5.  Adopt emission limitations


   6.  Prevent construction,
       modification, or operation
       of stationary sources

   7.  Issue permits for con-
       struction of new sources

   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources

   9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

  10.  Obtain compliance infor-
       mation

  11.  Inspect and conduct tests


  12.  Require record keeping
  13.  Require periodic reports
  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices
DPH with approval of
     Governor

DPH with approval of
     Governor

DPH with approval of
     Governor

DPH
DPH
DPH
DPH
DPH
DPH
Ch. Ill §8142A,
 142B, 142D

Ch. Ill, %% 142A,
 142B, 142D

Ch. Ill, %% 142A,
 142B, 142D

By regulation under
Ch. Ill $fe 142B,
 142D
Ch. Ill, % 142B
Ch. lll.gg 142B,
 14 2D

By regulation under
 Ch. 111.88142B,
 14 2D

By regulation under
 Ch. 111,88 142B,
  142D

By regulation under
 Ch. 111,88 142B
  142D
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MASSACHUSETTS
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders
Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt
       action in air
   '•    pollution emergencies

Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards,
       and administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
Commissioner of Public
Health with approval of
Public Health Council
Commissioner of Public
Health with approval of
Governor
DPH
DPH!/
Ch. lllt»i 2C,
 142B
Ch. Ill, § 2B
Ch. Ill, §§ 142A,
 142B, 142D, 142E
Ch. 111,8 2B, 142B ,
 142E
   For law authorizing ten or more persons to petition court for equitable
   or declaratory relief from damage to environment, see M.G.L.A., 1972
   Cum. Ann. Pocket Part, Ch. 214, 810A, as amended by Mass. Laws 1972,
   Regular Session, Ch. 131, approved March 30, 1972 (H.B. No. 5325). For
   right to intervene in adjudicatory proceedings in which damage to environ-
   ment is at issue, see M.G.L.A., 1972 Cum.Ann.Pocket Part, Ch. 30A, §10A.
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                               NEW HAMPSHIRE
                                  GOVERNOR
NEW HAMPSHIRE AIR POLLUTION
     CONTROL COMMISSION

Chairman & Vice Chairman, selected annually
 from members by Governor with consent of
 Council
Nine voting members - appointed by Governor
 with consent of Council for staggered four
 year terms.
 Qualifications:
  New Hampshire residents

   One - Steam power generating industry
   One - Fuels industry
   One - Manufacturing
   One - Municipal Government
   One - Recreation
   One - Licensed practicing physician
   Three - at large
Technical Secretary, Director of New Hamp-
 shire Air Pollution Control Agency, ex
 officio "- non-voting
NEW HAMPSHIRE AIR POLLUTION
       CONTROL AGENCY

 Director, designated by
 Director of Division of
 Public Health Services
 of Department of Health
 and Welfare
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                               NEW HAMPSHIRE
I.  STATE AGENCIES

*  New Hampshire Air Pollution Control Agency

       61 South Spring Street
       Concord, New Hampshire 03301
       Telephone:  603-271-2281
       Director, Forrest H. Bumford,  P.E.

   New Hampshire Air Pollution Control Commission

       61 South Spring Street
       Concord, New Hampshire  03301
       Telephone:  603-271-2281
       Chairman, Elizabeth A. Greene
       Members:
      Technical Secretary, Forrest N. Bumford, P.E., ex officio
*0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to receive and
 administer Federal funds and grants


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  NEW HAMPSHIRE
 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     A.   INTERSTATE

         i.   The New Hampshire Air Pollution Control Agency advises, consults
             and cooperates with other State agencies,  Federal agencies,
             interstate agencies, local governments and affected agencies
             and groups.  The agency transmits information and data on
             emissions, air quality, control strategy development, construction
             of new sources and air emergency episodes to air pollution control
             agencies in other States (Maine, Massachusetts, Vermont).

             New Hampshire also participates in the New England Staff for
             Coordinating Air Use Management (NESCAUM). (For an account of
             NESCAUM see Massachusetts,page  16).

     B.   INTRASTATE

             In New Hampshire, the State has primary responsibility for air
             pollution control, but may enter into agreements with civil
             subdivisions of the State to plan or implement local air
             pollution control programs.  Local programs are subject to State
             coordination and regulation.

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

             New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated (RSA), Volume 2,
         1964 Replacement, 1971 Supp., Ch. 125, §§ 125:78 - 125:94

     B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
      Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation!/
  Plans and Programs

     1.  Develop comprehensive
         State air pollution con-
         trol plans & programs

     2.  Conduct studies, investi-
         gations, and research

  Regulation

     3.  Adopt regulations
New Hampshire Air Pollution
Control Agency (NHAPCA)
NHAPCA
 ft 125:81 II
I 125:81 III
New Hampshire Air Pollution
 e 125:80 III
                                    Control Commission (NHAPCC)

 i/All references are to New Hampshire Revised Statutes Annotated
    (RSA) cited under General Authority.
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NEW HAMPSHIRE
    Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
    Citation ~
Regulation  Cont.

   4.  Adopt emission standards

   5.  Adopt emission limitations

   6.  Prevent construction,
       modification, or operation
       of stationary sources

   7.  Issue permits for cass-
       struction of new sources

   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources

   9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

  10.  Obtain compliance
       information

  11.  Inspect & conduct tests

  12.  Require record keeping

  13.  Require periodic reports

  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable admin-
       istrative orders

Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt
       action in air pollution
       emergencies

Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards,
       & administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
NHAPCC

NHAPCC

NHAPCA



NHAPCA


NHAPCA


NHAPCC



NHAPCA: NHAPCC


NHAPCA

NHAPCC

NHAPCC

NHAPCA
   NHAPCA subject to
review by NHAPCC
Director of NHAPCA with
consent of Governor and
Council
   NHAPCA
 NHAPCA
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§ 125:80 III     :

§125:80111

§§ 125:81 XIV
   125:90-
   125:94

§§ 125:81 XIV
   125:92, 125:93

§§ 125:81 XIV
   125:92,125:93

§ 125:83
§§ 125:80 III
   125:81 VII

§ 125:81 VII, XI, XII

§ 125:81 XI

§ 125:81 XI, XIV

§125:81 XI


§ 125:82
I 125:84
II 125:81 I
   125:85
   125:86

§ 125:85

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           RHODE  ISLAND
             GOVERNOR
       DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH

       Director of Health
                                COUNCIL OF ENVIRONMENTAL
                               	QUALITY
  ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH SERVICES
            Director
DIVISION OF AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
            Director
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                                 RHODE ISLAND
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *  Rhode Island Department of Health

        Health Building
        Davis Street
        Providence, Rhode Island  02903
        Telephone:   401-277-2231
        Director of Health, Dr. Joseph E.  Cannon

    Environmental Health Services

        Health Building, Davis Street
        Providence, Rhode Island  02903
        Telephone:   401-277-2234
        Director, Walter J. Shea

            Division of Air Pollution Control

                 Health Building, Room 204
                 Davis Street
                 Providence, Rhode Island  02903
                 Telephone:  401-277-2802
                 Director, Austin C. Daley

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   •A.  INTERSTATE

            The Director of Health advises,  consults and cooperates with
            other State agencies, Federal agencies, interstate agencies,
            other states and industry groups.  Rhode Island transmits
            information and data on emissions, air quality, meteorological
            conditions, construction of new sources and air pollution control
            strategy to air pollution control agencies In adjoining states.

    B.  INTRASTATE

            In Rhode Island, air pollution control is a state responsibility.
            There are no local air pollution control agencies.  Municipal air
            control regulation has been replaced by state regulation.
 *Q€ficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept
  and administer Federal funds.
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  RHODE ISLAND
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Rhode Island Clean Air Act,  as amended, General Laws of
      .   Rhode Island, 1956 (G.L.R.I) 1968 Reenactment, Volume 4A and
         1971 Pocket Supp., Title 23, Ch 25, 88 23-25-1 -"23-25-22. Air Pollution
         Episode  Control  Act, G.L.R.I., 1968 geenactment, Vol.  4A, 1971 Pocket
     .:    Supp., Title  23, Ch. 25.1,  §8  23-25.1-1  -  23-25.l-.il.
     B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     3tatutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citationi'
  Plans and Programs

     1.  Develop comprehensive State
         air pollution control plans
         and programs

     2.  Conduct studies, investi-
         gations, and research

  Regulation

     3.  Adopt regulations
     4.  Adopt emission standards

     5.  Adopt emission limitations

     6.  Prevent construction, modi-
         fication, or operation of
         stationary sources

     7.  Issue permits for con-
         struction of new sources

     8.  Issue permits for opera-
         tion of new sources

     9.  Grant variances
Director of Health,
Rhode Island Department
of Health (DH, RIDH)

   DH, RIDH
DH, RIDH



DH, RIDH

DH, RIDH

DH, RIDH
DH, RIDH
§ 23-25-5 (b)
§ 23-25-5(f)
§§ 23-25-5(d)(h)(l)
 23-25-17, 23-25-18
 23-25.1-4(a)

§ 23-25-5(d),(h),(l)

§ 23-25-5(d),(h),(l)

88 23-25-5(j),(k)(l)
 23-25-8, 23-25-9 and
 Reg. 9
§9 23-25-15
 I/All references are to Chs. 25 and 25.1, Title 23, General Laws of Rhode Island
 ~ cited under General Authority
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RHODE ISLAND
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation -'
Surveillance and Compliance

  1Q.  Obtain compliance
       information
  11.  Inspect & conduct tests


  12.  Require record keeping

  13.  Require periodic reports

  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable admin-
       istrative orders

Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt
       action in air pollution
       emergencies


Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards,
       & administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
DH, RIDH



DH, RIDH


DH, RIDH
DH, RIDH
Governor, upon deter-
mination of emergency
health risk by Director
of Health
DH, RIDH, or State
 Attorney General
State Attorney General
at request of DH, RIDH
Sfe 23-25-5(e)(g)
 23-25-6, 23-25-7
 23-25-12, 23-25-13

Si 23-25-5(g),
 23-25-12

§ 23-25-13
it 23-25-5(h)
 23-25-8
%% 23-25.1-1
 23-25.1-11;
 23-25-16
ftft 23-25-5(a),
 23-25-10, 23-25-11,
 23-25-14

%% 23-25-10(b)
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                                      VERMONT
AIR QUALITY VARIANCE BOARD
Five members appointed by
 Governor & confirmed by
 Senate for five year term
Chairman, Designated by
 Governor
 Qualifications:
  No State Employees
  One Lawyer
  One Manufacturer
  One Professional
   Engineer  -
  One Businessman
  One General Public
         GOVERNOR
        AGENCY OF
ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

     Secretary for
Environmental Conservation
           _L
    DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL]
            PROTECTION

             Director
             JL
     DEPARTMENT OF WATER
           RESOURCES
DEPARTMENT OF
FISH & GAME
DEPARTMENT OF
FOREST & PARKS
    AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICE
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                                   VERMONT
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *  Agency of Environmental Conservation

        Hillside Block, Court Street
        Montpelier, Vermont  05602
        Telephone:  802-223-2311
        Secretary for Environmental Conservation,  Robert B.  Williams

            Department off Environmental  Protection

                 Address and Phone Above
                 Director, Donald W. Webster

                     Air Pollution Control Office

                         Address and Phone Above
                         Air Pollution Control Officer, Richard A.  Valentinetti

    Air Quality Variance Board
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.   INTERSTATE

            The Agency of Environmental Conservation advises, consults, contracts,
            and cooperates with other State agencies, Federal agencies, other
            States,  interstate or interlocal agencies, local governments,
            industries and interested persons and groups.

            Vermont  also participates in the New England Staff for Coordinating
            Air Use  Management (NESCAUM).  (For an account of NESCAUM, see
            Massachusetts, page  16  .)

 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer Federal funds and grants.
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  VERMONT
 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION (Continued)
     B.   INTRASTATE
             Other State agencies assist  the Agency of  Environmental
             Conservation to implement a  comprehensive  air pollution control
             program by cooperating in inspection and enforcement activities.

             Vermont provides for a coordinated,  state-wide air pollution
             control program in which responsibility is shared by the State
             and local governments.  The  State encourages local governments
             to handle air pollution problems within their respective
             jurisdictions and by compact on a cooperative basis and pro-
             vides technical and consultative assistance.  Subject to State
             approval and continuing State  surveillance, municipalities may
             establish, administer and enforce local air pollution control
             ordinances and programs compatible with or more strict or
             extensive than State law and regulations.   Upon request from
             an approved local air pollution control authority, the State
             may assume and retain jurisdiction over certain classes of
             air contaminant sources.
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             10 Vermont Statutes Annotated (V.S.A), Ch.  15, SS 351-370 (Air
         Pollution Control) as amended by Act 212, approved April 3, 1972,
         effective July 1, 1972, Vermont Laws i9?2, Regular Session pp. 179-
         180.  10 V.S.A. Ch. 151, (Land Use and Development Control,  Act 250,
         Vermont Laws 1970), 3 V.S.A. Ch. 51, §§ 2801-2878, as amended by
         Act 164, approved and effective March 21, 1972, Vermont Laws 1972,
         Regular Session, p. 15.

     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation!'
  Plans and Programs

     1.  Develop comprehensive State
         air pollution control plans
         and programs
Agency of Environmental
 Conservation (AEC)
3 354(5)
   I/.  Unless otherwise noted, all references are to 10 V.S.A. cited
       under General Authority.
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VERMONT
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation-'
Plans and Programs (Cont.)

   2.  Conduct studies, investi-
       gations, & research

Regulation

   3.  Adopt regulations


   4.  Adopt emission standards


   5.  Adopt emission limitations


   6.  Prevent construction, modi-
       fication, or operation of
       stationary sources

   7.  Issue permits for con-
       struction of new sources

   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources

   9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

  10.  Obtain compliance
       information

  11.  Inspect & conduct tests

  12.  Require record keeping

  13.  Require periodic reports

  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders
   AEC
   Secretary, AEC


   Secretary, AEC


   Secretary, AEC


   AEC



   AEC


   AEC


   AEC



   AEC


   Secretary, AEC

   Secretary, AEC

   Secretary, AEC

   Secretary, AEC


   Secretary, AEC
% 354(8),(10)
§9 354(2),(11), 355
 358

§§ 354(2),(11),
 355, 358

00 354(2),(11),
 355, 358

§ 356
i 356, Ch. 151


0 356, Ch. 151


§ 361
09 354(3),
 359(d)

0 357

9 354(16)

9 355

9 357, Ch.  151
 3 V.S.A.82822

99 354(4),
 356, 359
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VERMONT
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation -
Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt
       action in air pollution
       emergencies

Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards,
       and administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
Secretary, AEC, with
 concurrence of
 Governor
AEC
Secretary, AEC
%% 360, 362(b)
 K 359, 367
 3 V.S.A.£822
 i 359
 3 V.S.A* 2822
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REGION II
New Jersey
New York
Puerto Rico
Virgin Islands

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                                            NEW JERSEY
                                          I  GOVERNOR
                                        DEPARTMENT OF
                                  ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

                                       Commissioner of ±J
                                  Environmental Protection
                                              i          ,
                     CLEAN AIR COUNCIL -
                      Chairman & Vice Chairman elected annually by
                       Counc il
                      Seventeen Members
                       Three ex-officio -
                        Commissioner of Labor & industry
                        Commissioner of Community Affairs
                        Secretary of Agriculture
                       Fourteen appointed ••by Governor for staggered
                        four year terms (six - public (one licensed MD)
                        (eight - appointed from slates of nominees) —
                                                                                       or their
                                                                                       designee
         J_
Division of Marine
    Services
   Division of Fish,
Game & Shell Fisheries
     Division of
Environmental Quality
	Director — /
  Division of
Water Resources
   Division of
Parks & Forestry
     Special Services
                                       BUREAU OF AIR
                                     POLLUTION CONTROL
                                           Chief
                                                             Legal Counsel, Office
                                                              of Attorney General
              ADMINISTRATION
           J_
                                                CLERICAL
PLANNING AND EVALUATION
      SECTION
                 FIELD CONTROL OPERATIONS
                                                 _L
                  LOCAL PROGRAM
                   DEVELOPMENT
                                                _L
            RESEARCH & DEVELOPMENT
                  SECTION
           JL
TECHNICAL SERVICES & SPECIAL
  INVESTIGATION SECTION
                            JL
                   ENFORCEMENT SECTION
                                             JL
                            PERMIT & CERTIFICATION SECTION
                                _L
                             REGION I
                             _L
                         REGION II
                    JL
                REGION III
           _l/Appointed by Governor
           ^/Appointed by Commissioner with approval of Governor
                                               3/  Submitted by organizations named in the
                                                  New Jersey Air Pollution Control Act
                                                  (N.J.S.A., 1971-72 Cum. Ann. Pocket Part,
                                                   8 26:2C-3.2)

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                                  NEW JERSEY
 I.   STATE  AGENCIES

 *  Department  of  Environmental  Protection

        John Fitch Plaza
        P.  0. Box  1390,  Trenton,  New Jersey   08625
        Telephone:  609-292-5383
        Commissioner,  Richard  J.  Sullivan

            Division of  Environmental Quality

                Address and Phone Above
                Director,  Grant F.  Walton

            Bureau of  Air Pollution Control

                P.  0. Box 1390,  Trenton, New Jersey  08625
                Telephone: 609-292-5450
                Chief,  William  A. Munroe

    Clean Air Council
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.   INTERSTATE

            The Delaware, New Jersey,  Pennsylvania Interstate Cooperative
            Agreement on air pollution establishes a framework for interstate
            Cooperation within the Metropolitan Philadelphia Interstate Air
            Quality Control Region which includes eleven counties in three
            States.  Activities carried out under this voluntary administrative

 *0fficial State air pollution agency with authority upon approval of Governor
  to receive and expend Federal funds.
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 NEW JERSEY
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION (cont.)

            agreement relate to complaints concerning interstate air
            pollution, development of uniform "alert emergency" pro-
            cedures, exchange of information and coordination of
            activities among participating agencies.  These agencies are:

                 Air Management Services
                 Philadelphia Department of Public Health

                 Bureau of Air Quality and Noise Control
                 Department of Environmental Resources
                 Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

                 New Jersey State Bureau of Air Pollution Control
                 Division of Environmental Quality
                 Department of Environmental Protection

                 Division of Environmental Control
                 Department of Natural Resources & Environmental Control
                 State of Delaware

         .   New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut participate in the
            Interstate Sanitation Commission.  The Commission collects
            air pollution data, conducts field surveys .and inspections,
            makes complaint referrals and coordinates planning and emergency
            episode activities.

            New Jersey notifies States with which it shares responsibility
            for interstate air quality control regions of developments in
            New Jersey which may affect air quality,

    B.   IKTRASTATE

            In New Jersey the State has primary responsibility for air
            pollution control but is assisted by regional and Ideal agencies
            which carry out information, investigation and enforcement
            activities.  The Department of Environmental Protection is
            responsible for developing a comprehensive, state-wide ecological
            and environmental plan and for coordinating regional and local
            conservation and environmental protection plans and programs.
            Subject to State approval, local governments are authorized  to
            adopt air control ordinances and regulations more stringent  than
            State laws and regulations.
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 NEW JERSEY
     Names,.Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution-Control Ager.cies

              Central Jersey Regional Air Pollution Control Agency
              (includes the Municipalities of Linden,  Perth Aaboy,
              Rahway, Sayreville,  South Amboy, and Noodbridge)

              665 Amboy Avenue
              Woodbridge, New Jersey  07095
              Telephone: 201-634-0290
              Director: George L.  Wasser

              Suburban Air Pollution Commission
              (includes the municipalities of Bloomfield, East Orange, Irvington,
              Livingston, Maplewood, Nutley, Orange, South Orange, Union, Verona,
              West Orange, Hillside, and Belleville).

              49 Mount Pleasant Avenue
              West Orange, New Jersey  07052
              Telephone: 201-731-1774
              Director: Thomas A.  Pluta

              City of Elizabeth, Department of Health, Welfare, and Housing
              (includes the City of Elizabeth)

              City Hall
              Elizabeth, New Jersey  07201
              Telephone: 201-353-6000
              Director: John N. Surmay

              Hudson Municipal Air Pollution Commission
              (includes all of Hudson County)

              532 Summit Avenue
              Jersey City, New Jersey  07306
              Telephone: 201-656-0003
              Director: Robert E.  Herrmann
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
                                     i
     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Air Pollution Control Act,  as amended,  New Jersey Statutes Annotated
         (N.J.S.A.) and 1971-1972 Cum. Ann. Pocket Part, Title 26,  §§ 26:2C-1 -
         26:20-23.   Law on Permits ;§ 26:20-9.2.   Air Pollution Scholarship and
         Intern Program, §§ 26:20-24 - 26:20-25.   Air Pollution Emergency Control
         Act, §§ 26:20-26 - 26:20-36.   Mid-Atlantic States Air Pollution Control
         Compact,N*J S.A J.971-1972rCum.  Ann. Pocket  Part, Title 32, §S 32:29-1 -
         32:29-39.  (hot-.yet  approved by U.S. Congress).  Motor Vehicle Law .
         N.J.S.A.,Tl971rl972 Cup. Ann. Pocket P«tt •• 39:3-70.1 - 39:3-70.2,
         88 26:2C-8.1 - 26:2C-8.5.  Tax  Exemption Law, N.J.S.A., 1971-72,
        "Cum. Ang.  Pocket Part, 88 54:4-3.56 - 54:4-3.58.  Department of Environ-
                                     38

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  NEW JERSEY
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY (cont.)

         mental Protection Act  of  1970,  N.J.S.A.,  1971-1972 Cum.  Ann.  Pocket
         Part .§8 13:10-1 - 13:10-19.;  see also  §  13:lB-2,  13:18-5, 13:18-71.
         New Jersey 1971 Laws,  Regular  Session,  Ch.  133,  approved and  effective
         May 6, 1971,  relating  to  the Department of Environmental Protection
         Divisions and Councils.    New Jersey 1972 Laws, Regular Session:
         Ch. 35, approved and effective May 25,  1972, relating to municipal
         environmental commissions^ Ch.  49Papproved and effective June 1,
         1972,  entitled the Environmental Aid  Act.

     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
                                      Responsible Agency
   Citation^/
                                        Department of Environ-
                                         mental Protection
                                         (DEP)

                                        Clean Air Council
                                        (CAC)    DEP
Plans and Programs

   1.  Develop comprehensive State
       air pollution control plans
       and programs

   2.  Conduct studies, investi-
       gations, and research
  Regulation

     3.  Adopt regulations

     4.  Adopt emission standards

     5.  Adopt emission limitations

     6.  Prevent construction, modi-
         fication, or operation of
         stationary sources

     7.  Issue permits for con-
         struction of new sources

     8.  Issue permits for operation
         of new sources

     9.  Grant variances
  —  All references are to New Jersey Statutes Annotated as
     cited under General Authority,
                                      DEP

                                      DEP

                                      DEP

                                      DEP



                                      DEP


                                      DEP
   § 13:10-9
 8 g 13:10-9
   26:2C-3.3
   26:2C-9
S 26:2C-8

§ 26:2C-8

S 26:2C-8

§ 26:2C-9.2



§ 26:2C-9.2


§ 26:2C-9.2

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NEW JERSEY
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
            4/
   Citation -
Surveillance and Compliance

  10.  Obtain compliance information



  11.  Inspect and conduct tests




  12.  Require record keeping

  13.  Require periodic reports
  14.  Require emission monitoring
       devices

  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders

Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt action
      : in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards, &
       administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
DEP
DEP
DEP

DEP


DEP


DEP
Governor, after
notice & determina-
tion by State Commr.
of Environmental
Protection
DEP
DEP
88 13:lD-9(c)
26:2C-9(c)(d)
26:2C-14, 26:2C-17

ift 13:lD-9(d)
26:2C-9(d)
26:2C-9.1
26:2C-9.2(c)(l)

8 26:209

%% 13:lD-9(c)
26:2C-9(c)

68 26:2C-9(c)
26:2C-9.2(c)(l)

8 26:2C-14
88 26:2026 -
26:2036
§§ 13:lD-9(e),
26:2C-9(e)
26:2C-19

§1 13:lD-9(e)
26:2C-19
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                                    NEW YORK
                                    GOVERNOR
COUNCIL OF ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORS
 Chairman, Member of Council designated
  by Governor
 Seven members, appointed by Governor
  and confirmed by Senate to serve at
  pleasure of Governor
  Qualifications:
    Private citizens representative
     of broad range of interests &
     disciplines related to quality
     of environment
 Executive Director, appointed by
  Counc i1.                  	
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL
       CONSERVATION
       Commissioneri/
STATE ENVIRONMENTAL BOARD
 Fifteen voting members
  Nine ex-officio
   Chairman, Commissioner of Environmental
    Conservation
   Vice Chairman, Commissioner of Health
   Commissioner of Agriculture & Markets
   Commissioner of Commerce
   Commissioner of Transportation
   Commissioner of Parks & Recreation
   Commissioner, Office for Local Government
   Chairman, Public Service Commission
   Industrial Commissioner
  Six appointed by Governor & confirmed by
   Senate for staggered six year terms
    Qualifications:
     Qualified in environmental matters.
     Not State officers or employees
     One - conservation — One- industry
     Four - public health, natural sciences,
      agriculture, urban studies or other
      disciplines relating to environment
 Non-voting participants
  Director, Office of Planning Services
  Chairman, Council of Environmental Advisors
Executive Secretary, appointed by Chairman
 with approval of Board	
                                                DIVISION OF AIR RESOURCES)
i'Appointed by Governor and confirmed by State Senate.
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                                  NEW YORK
I.  STATE AGENCIES

*  Department of Environmental Conservation

       50 Wolf Road, Albany, New York  12201
       Telephone:  518-457-2934
       Commissioner, Henry L.  Diamond

                    Division of Air Resources

                        Address Above
                        Telephone:  518-457-3446
                        Director, Alexander Rihm, Jr.

   State Environmental Board

       Albany, New York  12201
       Chairman, Henry L. Diamond
*0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept
 and administer Federal funds and grants.
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 HEW YORK

 I.  STATE AGENCIES (cont.)


    Council of Environmental Advisors
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE

            The New York Department of Environmental Conservation consults
            and cooperates with other State agencies, Federal agencies,
            other states, interstate and international agencies,  interested
            persons and groups.  New York furnishes air quality control
            information to Connecticut, Massachusetts, New Jersey, Pennsylvania,
            Vermont and the Provinces of Ontario and Quebec,  Canada.

            New York,  New Jersey,  and Connecticut participate in  the  Interstate
            Sanitation Commission.   The Commission  collects «ir pollution
            data,  conducts field surveys and inspections,  makes complaint
            referrals  and coordinates planning and  emergency  episode  activities.


    B.  INTRASTAtB

            In New York, responsibility for air  pollution control is  shared
            by the State .which provides overall  guidance and  direction,and
            regional and local agencies.  Local  agencies may  obtain advice
            and financial assistance from the State.  State funds may be
            withheld if local programs are inadequate or unsatisfactory.
            Local governments may adopt and enforce local ordinances  and
            regulations consistent with State laws  and regulations.

    Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air  Pollution Control Agencies
                 •Albany  County  Health Department
                  South Ferry and Green Streets
                  Albany,  NY  12201

                  Chemung  County Health Department
                  John Street-Heritage Park
                  Elraira,  NY  14901

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NEW YORK
                    Columbia County Department of Health
                    363 Allen Street
                    Hudson, NY 1253U

                    Erie County Department of Health
                    95 Franklin Street
                    Buffalo, New York 1U202
                    Telephones 716-81*6-7762
                    Director - I. Arthur Hoekstra

                    Monroe County Department of Health
                    111 Westfall Road
                    Rochester, NY ll*602
                    Telephone: 7l6-Ui2-UOOO, Ext. 2859
                    Director - Robert R. Bouley

                    Nassau County Department of Health
                    2UO Old Country Road
                    Mineola, NY 11501
                    Telephone: 516-535-3671
                    Director - Robert D. Cusumano

                    Department of Public Health
                    30 Church Street
                    New Rochelle, NY 10805

                    New York City Department of Air Resources
                    51 Astor Place
                    New York, NY 10003
                    Telephone: 212-566-2717
                    Director - Fred C. Hart

                    Niagara County Health Department
                    525 Bewley Building
                    Lockport, NY 1U09U
                    Telephone: 716-U&-2835
                    Director - Ernest R. Gedeon

                    Onondaga County Department of Health
                    300 South Geddes Street
                    Syracuse, NY 13201*
                    Telephone: 315-U77-7881
                    Director - Sterling M. Burdick

                    Rensselaer County Department of Health
                    Division of Environmental Hygiene
                    Seventh Avenue & State Street
                    Troy, NY 12181
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NEW YORK (cont..)
                     Rockland County Department of Health
                     50 Samsondale Plaza
                     West Haverstraw, NY 10993
                     Telephones 91ii-9k7-l500, Ext. 6$
                     Director - Alvin Go Reilley

                     Suffolk County Department of Environmental Control
                     132U Motor Parkway
                     Hauppauge, MY 11787          ,
                     Telephones £l6-23U-2622
                     Director =• Ij&lliam C. Roberts

                     Westchester County Department of Health
                     County Office Building
                     Martine Avenue
                     White Plains, NY 10601
                     Telephones 91U-9U9-1300, Ext.
                     Director - Calvin E. Weber
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  NEW YORK
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Environmental Conservation Law, as amended, New York
         Environmental Conservation Law §§1-129.  Air Pollution Control
         Act, as amended, New York Public Health Law §§1264-1298.
         Mid-Atlantic States Air Pollution Control Compact,  New York
         Public Health Law §§ 1299-m-1299-s (not yet approved by U.S.  Congress).

     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
                                      Responsible Agency
                          Citation^./
                                                               §§  10, 14, 30
                                                                1271(2)(a)
Plans and Programs

   1.  Develop comprehensive State
       air pollution control plans
       and programs
     2.  Conduct studies, investi-
         gations, and research

  Regulation

     3.  Adopt regulations


     4.  Adopt emission standards


     5.  Adopt emission limitations
     6.  Prevent construction, modi-
         fication, or operation of
         stationary sources

     7.  Issue permits for con-
         struction of new sources

     8.  Issue permits for opera-
         tion of new sources

     9.  Grant variances
   References are to Environmental Conservation Law and Air Pollution
   Control Act cited under General Authority.
Department of Environ-
mental Conservation
(DEC) with review by
office of planning
services. Effective on
approval of Governor

DEC, Council of En-
vironmental Advisors
                                      DEC with approval of
                                      State Environmental
                                      Board (SEB)
                                      DEC with approval of
                                      SEB

                                      DEC with approval of
                                      SEB

                                      DEC
                                                             88 14(18), 15(6), (12)
                                                              128, 1277(2)(b)
                       88 15(1), (13),103(2)
                        1271(1), 1276

                       88.15(1), (13),
                        103(2),1271(1), 1276

                       88 15(1), (13), 103(2)
                        1271(1), 1276

                       By regulation
                        81277
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 NEW YORK
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
                                                                          21
   Citation
 Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance information



   11.  Inspect & conduct  tests


   12.  Require record keeping


   13.  Require periodic reports
   14.  Require emission
        monitoring devices

   15.  Issue enforceable
        administrative orders

 Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
        in air pollution emergencies

 Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards, &
        administrative orders

   18.  Seek injunctive relief
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
DEC
 Commissioner, DEC
 Commissioner,  DEC
 State Attorney Gen-
 eral at request of
 Commissioner,  DEC
88 15 (7), (8)
1271(1) (d), 1277
1279, 1281
88 15(7)
1277
88  14,  15,  1271
1277

88  14,  15,  1271
1277

88  14,  15,  1271
1277

88  1280-1282
 88 14(20),  16
 88'14, 15, 1277(1)
 1286,  1286-a  1'
3/ For  duty  «f local boards of health  to enforce public health  law,  see
   New  York  Public Health Law, 1971-1972 Cum. Annual Pocket Part,  6  1308.

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                                          PUERTO RICO
                               BOARD ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
                                     Executive Director
      Associate Director
         Solid Wastes
Associate Director
  Air and Water
                 _L
           Division of Permits
           and Program Evalua-
           tion for Water
  Liaison Officerl,
Chairman appointed by Governor from among
 ex officio members
Seven members                             -f--,.
 Four ex officio
  Secretary of Public Works
  Secretary of Health
  Secretary of Agriculture
  Chairman, Planning Board
 Three appointed by Governor & confirmed by
  Senate for staggered four year terms
Executive Director. Associate Director, water
                    and Air, Associate Director
                    solid wastes, appointed by
                    Governor in consultation
                    with Board & confirmed by
                    Senate for 4 year term	
                                         _L
Division of Permits
and Program Evalua-
tion for Air
 Section for Monitoring
 and Surveillance  of
       Water
Section for
Complaints
of Water

Laboratory for
Water and Air
                          Section for
                          Complaints
                          of Air
         Section for Monitoring
         and Surveillance of
                 Air
                                                                                                                 00
l/Liaison Officer coordinates the four sections
  and laboratory that are located in the
  Department of Health, Area of Environmental
  Health.

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                                PUERTO RICO
I. AGENCIES

*  Board on Environmental Quality

       1550 Ponce de Leon Avenue, 4th Floor
       Box 11488, Santurce, Puerto Rico  00910
       Telephone:  809-725-5140
       Chairlaan, Dr. Antonio Santiago Vasqiiez, Secretary of Public Works
       Members:
           Dr. Ernesto Colon Yordon, Secretary of Health
           Dr. Luis Rivera Brenes, Secretary of Agriculture
           Arch. Enrique Soler Cloquell, Chairman, Puerto Rico
             Planning Board
          •Engineer Alfredo Heres
           Mr. Rene Lopez Duprez
           Dr. Francisco Berio

       Executive Director, Mr. Cruz A. Matos
       Associate Director, Water and Air, Eng. Rafael Cruz Perez
   Puerto Rico Department of Health

       Avenue Ponce de Leon, Santurce, Puerto Rico  00908
       Telephone: 809-725-1218
       Secretary of Health, Dr. Ernesto Colon Yordon
       Chief, Air Pollution Control Program, Lorenzo R. Inglesias


*0fficial air pollution control agency with authority to accept and administer
 Federal funds.
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  EUERTO RICO
 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

             All government agencies in Puerto Rico are required to interpret
             and administer their laws and regulations in accordance with the
             policy of the "Public Policy Environmental Act."

             There are no  local air pollution control agencies in Puerto Rico.
             However, the Board on Environmental Quality is directed to cooperate
             with scientific, industrial, agricultural, labor and conservation
             organizations, municipal government representatives and other
             groups and to make maximum use of services, facilities and infor-
             mation of public and private agencies to avoid duplication of
             effort and expense ,

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Air Contamination Control Act, as amended, Laws of Puerto Rico
         Annotated, 1965 Ed., 1972 Cum. Pocket Supp. (L.P.R.A.), Title 24,
         Ch. 20, 8§ 341-341p.  Public Policy Environmental Act, as amended,
         12 L.P.R.A., Ch. 121, SI 1121-1140.

     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES  '
Statutory Authority
Plans and Programs
1. Develop comprehensive State
air pollution control plans
2. Conduct studies, investi-
gations, and research
Regulation
3. Adopt regulations
4. Adopt emission standards
5. Adopt emission limitations
6. Prevent construction, modi-
fication, or operation of
new sources
Responsible Agency
Board on Environmental
Quality (BEQ)
BEQ

BEQ
BEQ
BEQ
BEQ
Citation
12 L.P.R.A. § 1131(32)
24 L.'P.R.A. § 341d(e)
12 L.P.R.A. § 1131
24 L.P.R.A. § 341d

12 L.P.R.A. § 1131
24 L.P.R.A. § 341d(a)
12 L.P.R.A § 1131
24 L.P.R.A.§ 341d,34le
12 L.P.R.A. §1131
24 L.P.R.A. i 341d, 341e
12 L.P.R.A. 8 1131(22)
(24), (25) 24 L.P.R.A. §8
341e, 341g
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PUERTO RICO
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Regulation (Cont.)

   7.  Issue permits for con-
       struction of new sources
   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources
   9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

  10.  Obtain compliance
       information


  11.  Inspect & conduct tests



  12.  Require record keeping

  13.  Require periodic reports
  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders
Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt action
       in air pollution emergencies

Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards, &
       administrative orders
  18.  Seek injunctive relief
BEQ




BEQ




BEQ



BEQ



BEQ




BEQ

BEQ


BEQ


BEQ
BEQ
BEQ, Citizen Suit
for Damages
    Citation
 12 L.P.R.A. % 1131(22)
 (24), (25), 24 L.P.R.A.
8341e, 341g

 12 L.P.R.A. § 1131(22)
 (24), (25) 24 L.P.R.A.8
 341e, 341g

 24 L.P.R.A.834U
 12 L.P.R.A. § 1131
 24 L.P.R.A. § 341d(b),
 341f

 12 L.P.R.A. § 1131(5)
 (26); 24 L.P.R.A. 88
 341d, 341g(c)

 12 L.P.R.A. § 1131

 12 L.P.R.A. § 1131(18)
 24 L.P.R.A. a 34lf

 12 L. P. R.A a 1131
 12 L.P.R.A. a 1131
 (19),(22), 1134
 24 L.P.R.A. 8341d(c),341h
 12 L.P.R.A. § 1131(19)
 24 L.P.R.A. § 34li
 12 L.P.R.A. §1131(29)
 (30), 1136, 1139
 24 L.P.R.A S341h
 341o
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                                                   VIRGIN ISLANDS
                                                DEPARTMENT OF HEALT
             BOARD  OF HEALTH
                          [COMMISSIONER OF HEALTHJ.J
  BUREAU OF HOSPITAL  &  PUBLIC HEALTH
         PLANT DEVELOPMENT
  BUREAU OF HEALTH  INSURANCE AND
     MEDICAL ASSISTANCE
DIRECTOR OF PERSONNEL
& STAFF DEVELOPMENT
COORDINATOR FEDERAL
   PROGRAMS
DIRECTOR OF STATIS-
TICAL SERVICES
                        DEPARTMENTAL
                        ADMINISTRATOR
                           ASSISTANT COMMISSIONER
                                 OF HEALTH
                                          U
                                        O I-
                                                    o
                                                    S
                                                    CO 53
   ADMINISTRATIVE
   DIRECTOR OF
    OPERATIONS
                         -(BUDGET CONTROL
                         -^INTERNAL AUDIT
                                               COMPREHENSIVE
                                             '-HEALTH PLANNING
       _L
  JIR. GEN.
          [CENTRAL  STORES|
     PURCHASE & SUPPLIES}-
I OPERATION AND MAINTENANCEf
svcs} [ACCOUNTING}
                -gAYRQLLl
                "MOTOR POQlJ
                              £
           AIR & WATER POLLUTION CONTROL
                ADVISORY COMMISSION
                                                  PUBLIC HEALTH & HOSPITAL CONSTRUCTION
                                                            ADVISORY COUNCIL
                                                  COMPREHENSIVE HEALTH PLANNING
                                                       ADVISORY COUNCIL
                                                '-{MEDICAL ASSISTANCE ADVISORY COUNCIL]

                                                '•JBOARDS OF APPEALS FOR MEDICAL ASSISTANCE")
          _L
DIVISION OF PUBLIC
HEALTH SERVICES
DIVISION
  OF
HOSPITALS
           [DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH!     [DIVISION OF MCH & cc SERVICES
          (WATER POLLUTION)	
         [RADIOLOGICAL HEALTH]-
                                         [FOOD PROTECTION}-
                    [WATER  SUPPLYf
                                                    I
POLLUTION
                                                                     DIVISION OF
                                                                     CENTAL HEALTH
                                                                 -{SOLID WASTE
                                             -{GENERAL SANITATION)
                                                                 -(SECTOR CONTROL]

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                                 VIRGIN ISLANDS
  I.  AGENCIES

  *  Virgin Islands Department of Health

         Charlotte  Amalie,  St.  Thomas,  Virgin Islands   00801
         Telephone: 809-774-1321   Commissioner,  Dr.  Eric L.  O'Neal

             Division of  Environmental Health

                  P. 0.  Box  1442, Charlotte  Amalie
                  St. Thomas,  Virgin Islands  00801
                  Telephone; 809-774-3411
                  Director of Environmental Health, Pedrito Francois
                  Assistant  Director, St. Thomas-St.  John, Donald Francois
                  Assistant  Director, St. Croix,  Stanley Stolz

 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL  COOPERATION

         The Virgin Islands  government has sole responsibility
         for air pollution control.  The Virgin Islands Department of Health
         advises, consults and cooperates with other  agencies of the Virgin
         Islands, Federal agencies, other States, interstate agencies and
         affected industries and groups.  The Commissioner of Health makes a
         report, with recommendations, to the Planning Board on all proposed
         zoning applications which have a significant relation to air
         pollution in the Virgin Islands.

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             12 Virgin Islands Code Annotated (V.I.C.), 1971 Cum. Pocket
         Supp. gg 201-216, as amended by Act of April 4, 1972, (Bill No.
         5288)  Sess. L.  1972 and Act No.3201, approved March 30, 1972
         (Bill No. 5359), Sess. L. 1972.

     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
  Plans and Programs

     1.  Develop comprehensive State
         air pollution control plans
         and programs.
Department of Health
(DH)
I204(b),(e)
       * Official air pollution control agency with authority to
   accept and administer Federal funds and grants.
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VIRGIN ISLANDS
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
Plans and Programs (Cont.)

   2.  Conduct studies, investi-
       gations, and research

Regulation

   3.  Adopt regulations

   4.  Adopt emission standards


   5.  Adopt emission limitations

   6.  Prevent construction, modi-
       fication, or operation of
       stationary sources

   7.  Issue permits for con-
       struction of new sources

   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources

   9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

  10.  Obtain Compliance
       information

  11.  Inspect & conduct tests

  12.  Require record keeping

  13.  Require periodic reports

  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders
DH
DH

DH, Commissioner
 of Health (CH)

DH, CH

CH
CH


CH


CH



DH


DH

DH

DH

DH


CH
§204(e)




•204(f)

••204(f), 208


•• 204(f), 208

• 206



§ 206


• 206


» 211



§§ 204(g), 205
 207
     j
§§ 207, 216

SS 205, 216

8 205

8 216


8 209
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VIRGIN ISLANDS
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt
       action in air pollution
       emergencies

Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards, &
       administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
CH, with concurrence
 of Governor
DH, CH
Attorney General
§8 210, 216
§§ 204(a),(f),(h)
 209, 215
§ 215(b)
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REGION III
Delaware
District of Columbia
Maryland
Pennsylvania
Virginia
West Virginia

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                                                     DELAWARE
                                                     GOVERNOR
                             Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
                               Secretary - appointed by Governor and confirmed by
                               State Senate to serve at pleasure of Governor
    Delaware Water and Air
     Resources Commission
                         21
                    I
           Technical Services
                Air

1.  Ambient Air Monitoring
2.  Source Sampling
3°  Federal Support Sampling
4.  Maintenance, Repair and
     Calibration of Instrumen-
     tation
5.  Analytical Services
6.  Data Reduction
                                              Governor's Council on Natural
                                               Resources and Environmental
                                               Control
                                                Composed of Chairmen of
                                                Advisory Councils to Depart-
                                                ment Divisions
                                                Chairman, designated by
                                                Governor to serve at his
                                                pleasure
Division of Environmental Control-
  Director
                                               Council on Environmental
                                                Control
                                                  Advisory	
                                            1
                                     Air Resources
      Engineering

1.  Engineering Evaluation
    a.  Control Equipment Evaluation
    bo  Process Studies
    c.  Technical Advisement
2.  Control Techniques
3.  Data Evaluation
4.  Emission Inventory
5.  Simulation Modeling
6.  Implementation Plans
7.  Industrial Relations
8.  Regulations, Standards,
     and Criteria
                                                3.
                                                4.
                                                4.
                                                5.
                                                6.
 Support Services

Complaint and Surveillance
 Investigations
Permits and Application
 Processing
Public Relations and
 Education
Solid Waste Programs
Alert System
Data Reporting
    I/  One of 5 divisions within the Department
    2/  For composition of Delaware Water and Air Resources Commission see page

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DELAWARE
       Delaware Water and Air Resources Commission

       7 Commissioners - appointed by Governor to serve for staggered two
         year terms
       Chairman - appointed by Governor to serve at his pleasure
       Qualifications:
          Registered members of either major political party shall not
            exceed registered members of the other major political party
            by more than 1
          1 - Water Commissioner of City of Wilmington
          1 - City of Wilmington resident
          1 - Resident of New Castle County, excluding Wilmington
          1 - Kent County resident
          1 - Sussex County resident
       Ex Officio, non-voting
          Governor*s alternate on Delaware River Basin Commission
          State Geologist
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                                   DELAWARE

I.   STATE AGENCIES

       Governor's Council on Natural Resources and Environmental Cbntrol
 *  Delaware Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control

         Tatnall Building, Capitol Complex
         Dover, Delaware  19901
         Telephone:  302-678-4761
         Secretary of the Department of Natural Resources
            and Environmental Control, Austin N. Heller

         Division of Environmental Control

         Address and telephone above.
         Executive Director, John Bryson
         Manager, Air Resources, Robert R. French
         Delaware Water and Air Resources Commission
         Council on Environmental Control
    Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept
    and administer Federal funds.
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DELAWARE
  II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     A. INTERSTATE

           The Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania Interstate Cooperative
           Agreement on Air Pollution establishes a framework for interstate
           cooperation within the Metropolitan Philadelphia Interstate Air
           Quality Control Region which includes 11 counties in three
           States.  Activities carried out under this voluntary administrative
           agreement relate to complaints concerning interstate air pollution,
           development of uniform "alert emergency" procedures, exchange of
           information and coordination of activities among participating
           agencies.  These agencies are:

             Air Management Services
             Philadelphia Department of Public Health
             Bureau of Air Quality and Noise Control
             Department of Environmental Resources
             Commonwealth of Pennsylvania

             New Jersey State Bureau of Air Pollution Control
             Division of Environmental Quality
             Department of Environmental Protection

             Division of Environmental Control
             Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
             State of Delaware

           The Division of Environmental Control of the Delaware Department of
           Natural Resources and Environmental Control advises, consults and
           cooperates with other State agencies, Federal agencies, other
           States, local governments, industries and affected groups and
           represents the State in all interstate compact matters relating to
           air pollution control.

     B.  INTRASTATE

           In Delaware, the State has primary responsibility for the control
           of air pollution.. However, local governments are also authorized to
           adopt local laws, ordinances and regulations which are consistent with
           and do not call for a lesser degree of control than State laws,
           rules and regulations.

 III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

           Title 29, Delaware Code Annotated (29 Del. C.) Ch. 80, Department of
         Natural Resources, 88 8001 - 8025; Title 7 Delaware Code Annotated
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 DELAWARE
III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

   A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY (cont.)

        (7 Del. C.)  Ch.  60,  Water and Air  Resources Department,  88 6001
        6017,  Ch.  62,  Air Pollution, 88  6201  -  6207,  6231  - 6233.

   B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive
           State air pollution
           control plans and
           programs

      2.  Conduct studies,  investi-
           gations, and research
  Regulation

      3.   Adopt regulations


      4.   Adopt emission standards


      5.   Adopt emission limitations
      6.   Prevent construction,  modifi-
           cation, or operation  of
           stationary sources
      7.  Issue permits for construc-
           tion of new sources

      8.  Issue permits for operation of
           new sources
      9.  Grant variances
Delaware Water and Air
Resources Commission
 (DWARC)
Department of Natural
Resources and Environ-
mental Control (DNREC)
DWARC
DWARC
DWARC
DWARC and DNREC
DWARC and DNREC
DWARC and DNREC
DWARC and DNREC
7 Del.C. 8 6203(a)
(1)
7 Del.C.
8 6203(b)(2)
7 Del.C. 88 6011,
6203(a)

7 Del.C.
88 6011, 6203(a)

7 Del.C.
88 6011, 6203(a)

7 Del.C
88 6203(a)
6203(b)(5)
6007, 6008, 6009

7 Del.C.
88 6007, 6008,6009
7 Del.C.
88  6007, 6008,
6009

7 Del.C.
88 6007, 6008,6009
  3/All citations are to Delaware Code Annotated.
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DELAWARE
   III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
       B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
           Statutory Authority
Responsible .Agency
Citation-'
     Surveillance and Compliance

        10.  Obtain compliance information




        11.  Inspect and conduct tests



        12.  Require record keeping



        13.  Require periodic reports
        14.  Require emission monitoring
              devices

        15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
              trative orders
     Emergency Action

         16.  Take special prompt action
              in air pollution emergencies

     Enforcement

         17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
              lations,  standards, and admin-
              istrative orders
        18.   Seek  injunctive relief
DNREC and DWARC
Secretary of Natural
Resources and Environ*
mental Control, DNREC

DNREC
DNREC
DWARC
Secretary of Natural
Resources and Environ-
mental Control and
DWARC
DNREC
DNREC
DNREC
7 Del.C.
88 6002(d)
6011(b)
6203(b)(4)(5)(8)

7 Del.C.
88 6002(d)
6203(b)(8)

7 Del.D.
88 6002(d)
6203(b)(8)

7 Del.C.
8 6203(b)(5)

7 Del.C.
8 6203(a)(l)(2)

7 Del.C.
88 6006, 6009,
6204, 6233
29 Del.C.
8013(2)
7 Del.C.
88 6206, 6233(c)
7 Del.C.
88 6013,
6203(b)(9)
6231, 6232

7 Del.C.
8 6205
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            DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
         District of Columbia Council
   Mayor-Commissioner,  District  of  Columbia
     Department of Environmental  Services
        Director
Division of Environmental Health Administration
  Director
        Bureau of Air and Water Quality Control
          Chief
    Compliance
       and
    Abatement
 Planning
    and
Engineering
   Air and Water
Quality Monitoring
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                            DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

 I.  AGENCIES

     *   Department of Environmental Services

         415 12th Street, N.W.,  Room 308
         Washington, DC  20004
         Telephone:  202-629-4581/82/83
         Director, James P. Alexander

         Division of Environmental Health Administration

         801 North Capitol Street, N.E., Room 721
         Washington, DC  20002
         Telephone:  202-629-3423
         Director, James Robey

         Bureau of Air and Water Quality Control
         25 K Street, N.E., Room 310
         Washington, DC  20002
         Telephone:  202-629-3748
         Chief, John Brink

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

  A.  INTERSTATE

        The Mayor-Commissioner of the District of Columbia advises, consults,
        cooperates and enters into agreements for the prevention and control of
        air pollution with governments, agencies and political subdivisions of
        adjacent States, and with interstate or regional agencies representing
        those States and political subdivisions.  The District of Columbia Government
        provides air pollution control agencies of other States with information on
        factors which may affect air quality in the National Capital Interstate Air
        Quality Control Region.

    Air Quality Planning Committee -

        The "Administrative Agreement Covering Air Quality Planning for the National
    Capital Interstate Air Quality Control Region" entered into by Maryland, Virginia
    and the District of Columbia 1' established an Air Quality Planning Committee with
    broad authority to coordinate the interjurisdictional planning aspects of air
    pollution control activities of the participants and to further cooperation among
    them.  The Committee recommends air quality standards, enters into contracts and
    accepts grants, coordinates interjurisdictional monitoring activities, disseminates
    information, receives complaints, and makes reports.  The Committee is composed of
    the following:

        District of Columbia
        Two members designated by the Mayor-Commissioner of Washington, D. C.

*   Official air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
    administer Federal funds.

I/  Entered into by Maryland (6-28-71), Virginia (7-12-71), the District of Columbia
    (7-16-71) and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (7-16-71), for
    an initial period of five years from its effective date.


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DELAWARE


II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.   INTERSTATE (cont.)

         Maryland

            Two members desiggaeted by the Governor

         Virginia

            Two members designated by the State Air Pollution Control Board  of
             Virginia

         Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

            Three  members from the Council  of Governments  designated by
             the Board of Directors  of  the  Council of Governments  and selected
             respectively from Maryland8 Virginia and the  District of Columbia.

      Council of Governments Regional Air Pollution Advisory Board

            The Board acts as liaison between the Air Quality Planning
         Committee and the  Council  of  Governments staff.   The  functions
         of the Board include review and comment on proposed air  quality
         standards and implementation  plans and other  work and activities as
         assigned by the Committee.

      Washington Metropolitan Area Transit  Commission  (WMATC)

            WMATC, created by interstate compact between Maryland, Virginia
         and the  District of Columbia  and  approved by  Congress, October 9,  1962,
         has broad authority to regulate and improve transit and  to alleviate
         traffic  congestion within  the Metropolitan District.

    B.  INTRASTATE

         Not applicable

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A. GENERAL AUTHORITY

         District of  Columbia Air Pollution  Control Act,  District of  Columbia
       Code, 1967   Ed.,  Supp. V, 1972,  Title  6,  Ch. 8,  88  6-811 -  6-813.
       Pursuant to 8 6-813(b)(1), the Commissioner  of the District  of  Columbia
       may  delegate the performance  of  his  duties  to an agency  of  the D.C.
       Government  designated or establised  by him.   See Organization  Order
       No.  141, Department  of Public Health,  especially Part V, paragraph H,
       District of Columbia Code,  1967  Ed., Supp.  V, 1972^  Title  I,  Appendix,
       pp 104-105; Organization Action - Establishment  of  Office and Departments,including
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA

t!      \
    III;   STATUTORY REFERENCE
                                                                    I i
       A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY (cont.)                              '  | '

           Department of Human Resources (C.O.  No. 69-96, March 7,  1969, as amended)
           District of Columbia Code, 1967 Ed., Supp.  V,  1972,  Title I,  Appendix,
           pp. 108-109; Organization Action - Department  of Environmental Services
          (Commissioner's Order No. 71-255, July 27, 1971) District  of Columbia Code,
           1967 Ed., Supp. V, 1972, Title I, Appendix, pp.115-116.

       B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
          Statutory Authority
    Plans and Programs

        1.   Develop comprehensive State
             air pollution control plans
             and programs
        2.   Conduct studies,  investigations
             and research                v.
    Regulation

        3.   Adopt regulations

        4.   Adopt emission standards

        5.   Adopt emission limitations

        6.   Prevent construction,  modifi-
             cation, or operation  of
             stationary sources

        7.   Issue permits for construc-
             tion of new sources

        8.   Issue permits for operation of
             new sources

        9.   Grant variances

    Surveillance and Compliance

       10.   Obtain compliance information
                                               Responsible Agency
                                               D.C. Commissioner (DCC)
                                               Department of Environ-
                                               mental Services (DES)
                                               DCC, DES
                                               D.C. Council

                                               D.C. Council

                                               D.C. Council

                                               D.C. Council,
                                               DES
                                               DCC, DES
        2/
Citation-'
8 6-813(a)
C.O. No. 141
PT V, H
C.O. No. 71-255,
3.h

8 6-813(a)(1)
C.O. No. 71-255,
3.f, g
8 6-812

8 6-812

8 6-812

8 6-812(a)(1)
6-813(b)(2)
8 6-813(a)(l)(b)(3
by regulation
C.O. No. 71-255,
3.C
    VReferences are to D.C.  Air Pollution Control Act,  Organization Order No.  141 and
        Commissioner^ Order No. 71-255 cited under General Authority.
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DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA
  III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
      B. SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
          Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation^'
    Surveillance arid Compliance (Continued)

       11.  Inspect and conduct tests


       12.  Require record keeping


       13.  Require periodic reports
       14.  Require emission monitoring
             devices

       15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
             trative orders

    Emergency Action

       16.  Take special prompt action
             in air pollution emergencies
    Enforcement

       17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
             lations, standards, and admin-
             istrative orders

       18.  Seek injunctive relief
D.C. Council, DES


D.C. Council, DES


D.C. Council, DES


D.C. Council, DES


DCC




DCC, DES
D.C. Council, DCC
Corporation Counsel at
request of Air Pollution
Director
8 6-812(a)(1)
by regulation

8 6-812(a)(1)
by regulation

8 6-812(a)(1)
by regulation

8 6-812(a)(1)
by regulation

8 6-813(b)(2)(6)
8 6-813(a)(3)(bX2)
C.O. No. 71-255•,
3.e
88 6-812(a)(5)
6-813(a)(b)(2)
8 6-813(b)(2)
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                                   MARYLAND
                    Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene
Air Quality Control Advisory
 Council
Chairman, Vice Chairman
designated by Secretary of
 Health and Mental Hygiene
Not more than 11 technical,
professional and public
members appointed by Secretary
of Health and Mental Hygiene
for staggered 5 year terms,
including 9 appointees from
slates of nominees submitted
by organizations listed
in Art. 43,§ 695(a),
Annotated Code of Maryland
Maryland State Department
  of Health and Mental
     Hygiene
Attorney General
 of Maryland
 Legal Adviser
                                      Environmental Health
                                         Administration
                                      Bureau of Air Quality
                                        Control
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                                       MARYLAND
     I.   STATE AGENCIES

          * Maryland  State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene

              301 West Preston Street
              Baltimore, Maryland  21201
              Telephone:  301-383-2600
              Secretary of Health and Mental Hygiene, Dr. Neil Solomon


            Environmental Health Administration

              610 North Howard Street
              Baltimore, Maryland  21201
              Telephone:  301-383-2740

            Bureau of Air Quality Control

              610 North Howard Street
              Baltimore, Maryland  21201
              Telephone:  301-383-2776/2777/2778/2779
              Director, Jean J. Schueneman


    II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

      A.  INTERSTATE

            Maryland  has entered into interstate  air pollution control  agreements
            with the  District of Columbia and  adjoining  States.   These  agreements
            provide for interstate cooperation in planning,  information exchange
             (including information relating to legislation,  regulations,emission
            and air quality  standards and data),  complaint referral  and coordinated
            emergency controls.  Committees established pursuant to these
            agreements are:

              Air Quality Planning Committee

                   Established pursuant  to  "Administrative Agreement Covering
              Air Quality Planning for the  National Capital  Interstate  Air
              Quality Control Region" entered  into by"Maryland, Virginia and
              the District of Columbia. !'  The Committee is'composed of the
              following:
                 District of Columbia
                    Two members designated  by  the Mayor-Commissioner of Washington, DC
                 Maryland
                    Two members designated  by  the Governor.
 * Official  State air  pollution control agency  with authority to accept  and
   administer  Federal  funds  and grants.
I/ Entered into  by Maryland  (6-28-71), Virginia (7-12-71), the District  of Columbia
   (7-16-71) and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments (7-16-71), for an
   initial period of five years from  its  effective date.
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MARYLAND

 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE (cont.)

                    Virginia
                       Two members designated by the State Air Pollution Control
                       Board of Virginia

                    Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

                      Three members from the Council of Governments designated by
                      the Board of Directors of the Council of Governments and selected
                      respectively from Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.

          Council of Governments Regional Air Pollution Advisory Board

            The Board acts as liaison between the Air Quality Planning
          Committee and the Council of Governments staff.  The functions of the
          Board include review and comment on proposed air quality standards
          and implementation plans and other work and activities as assigned by
          the Committee.

          Cumberland-Keyser Interstate Air Quality Control Region - Air Pollution
          Control Committee

                    Maryland - Director (or his designee)
                      Bureau of Air Quality Control
                      Environmental Health Administration
                      Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
                      610 North Howard Street
                      Baltimore, Maryland  21201
                      Telephone:  301-383-2779
                    West Virginia - Director (or his designee)
                      West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission
                      1558 Washington Street, East
                      Charleston, West Virginia  25311
                      Telephone:  304-348-3286

          Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission (WMATC)

            WMATC, created by interstate compact between Maryland, Virginia
          and the District of Columbia and approved by Congress, October 9, 1962,
          has broad authority to regulate and improve transit and to alleviate
          traffic congestion within the Metropolitan District.

    B.   INTRASTATE

          In Maryland, responsibility for air pollution control is shared by
          the State and local governments with basic oversight and enforcement
          responsibility remaining in the State which also regulates all major
          pollution sources.  State-regulated sources include:  State-owned
          installations, electric generating stations, asphalt batching plants
          and associated asphalt producing plants, municipal and sewage
          sludge incinerators, rendering plants, rock quarry operations and


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  II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     B.  INTRASTATE (cont.)

           Federally-owned installations.   The State supports and provides
           leadership in the development of local programs and to the extent
           possible uses local facilities and services to enforce State regulations.
           Variations in the complementary relationships which have been
           developed for each State-county enforcement interface reflect
           differences in the size and capabilities of local programs.  Local
           governments are empowered to enact and enforce local air pollution
           control laws and regulations consistent with and not less stringent
           than the State law.  Where State and local requirements are both
           applicable to the same subject, the more stringent requirements prevail.

       Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

           Allegany County Health Department
           P.O. Box 690
           111 Union St.
           Cumberland, MD  21502
           Telephone:  301-722-3010 X77
           Deputy State Health Officer, Dr. Elmer L. Hill
           Supervising Sanitarian, Gaylord Brooks

           Anne Arundel County
           Air Quality Control Section
           Division of Environmental Health
           Department of Health
           161 South St.
           Annapolis, Maryland  21401
           Health Officer, J. Howard Beard, M.D.
           Director, Division of Environmental Health, N. Singh Dhillon
           Chief, Air Quality Control Section, Joseph G. Abey
           Baltimore County Department of Health
           Maryland Ave at Huren Rd.
           Towson, Maryland  21204
           Telephone:  301-491-3775
           Deputy State and County Health Officer, Donald J. Roop, M.D.
           Acting Director, Division of Air Pollution and Industrial
            Hygiene, William L. Phillips
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   MARYLAND
 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    B.  INTRASTATE  (cont. )

            Baltimore City Health Department
            Bureau of Industrial Hygiene
            Division of Air Pollution Control
            Maryland Avenue and Hiller Road
            Baltimore, Maryland  21202
            Telephone:  301-752-2000
            Director, Bureau of Industrial Hygiene, Elkins W. Dahle, Jr.

            Frederick County Health Department
            Air Quality Control Section
            12 E. Church St.
            Frederick, Maryland  21701
            Telephone:  301-662-1101
            Chief, Walter R. Comer
            Sanitarian I, Paul Beale

            Howard County Health Department
            P.O. Box 476
            3450 Courthouse Dr.
            Ellicott City, Maryland  21043
            Telephone:  301-465-5000
            Director of Environmental Health, Palmer F. Wine

            Montgomery County Department  _..,
              of fi«JW.ronmentai Protection
            County Office Building
            Rockville, Maryland   20850
            Telephone:  301-918-6442
            Chief, Environmental Health Services, H. Clayton Ervine
            Chief, Air Pollution Control Section, Eric S. Mendelsohn

            Prince George's County Health Department
            Cheverly, Maryland  20715
            Telephone:  301-864-3874
         •"'  Acting County Health Officer, Perry Stearns, M.D.
            Chief, Division of Air Pollution Control, John W.Koontz

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

            Annotated Code of Maryland, Vol. 4B, 1971 Replacement Volume and 1971
        Supp. Art. 43, Health §§ IB, 2, 690-706, as amended.
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 MARYLAND
111.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation-'
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
           air pollution control
           plans and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
           £ind research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations
      4.  Adopt emission standards
      5.  Adopt emission limitations
      6.  Prevent construction, modifi-
           cation, or operation of
           stationary sources

      7.  Issue permits for construc-
           tion of new sources

      8.  Issue permits for operation
           of new sources

      9.  Grant variances
Secretary of Health
and Mental Hygiene
Maryland State Dept.
of Health and Mental
Hygiene (Secy., DHMH)

Secy, DHMH, with advice
of Air Quality Control
Advisory Council
(AQCAC)

Secy, DHMH
DHMH -1
DHMH

DHMH -'
Art. 43,
89 1H & 693(b)
697
Art. 43
88 lH,693(b)
697
Art. 43,
88 1H.697

Art. 43,
8 706
Art. 43
8 706

Art. 43
8 706
   27All references are to Art.  43,  Annotated Code of Maryland,  cited under
       General Authority.
   3_/  Permits to construct or operate electric power plants are subject to
       the provisions of the Maryland  Power Plant Siting Act, Maryland 1971
       Laws, Ch.  31 (S.B. 540) approved April 23, 1971, effective July 1, 1971.
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III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE
   B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
       Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
        2/
Citation-'
 Surveillance and Compliance

    10.   Obtain compliance information




    11.   Inspect and conduct tests


    12.   Require record keeping



    13.   Require periodic reports
    14.   Require emission monitoring
          devices
    15.   Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders

 Emergency Action

    16.   Take special prompt  action
          in air pollution
          emergencies
 Enforcement

    17.   Enforce applicable laws,
         regulations,  standards,
         and administrative orders
    18.   Seek injunctive relief
DHMH
DHMH
DHMH
DHMH
DHMH
DHMH
Governor, by executive
order upon advice of
Commissioner of Health,
with enforcement by
State Attorney General;
DHMH
DHMH; State Attorney
General
DHMH
Art. 43
88 1H, 697,  698(d)
by regulation
Art. 434ilH,697
by regulation

Art. 43
88 1H, 697
by regulation

Art. 43
88 1H, 697
by regulation

Art. 43
88 1H, 697
by regulation

Art. 43
88 697(d), 698
Art. 43
88 696, 2, 703(a)
Art. 43,
88 693(c)
698(e)
701, 703

Art. 43,
88 693(c)
703(a)
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                                                      PENNSYLVANIA
                                          Department of Environmental .Resources
                                                          JL
Environmental Hearing Board
  3 Members appointed by
  Governor and confirmed by
  State Senate to serve for
  staggered 6 year terms.
  Chairman designated by
  Governor.  Secretary,
  appointed by Board with
  approval of Governor
                                                       [ Secretary I
               Citizens Advisory
                 Council
               (see page
                                  Environmental Quality
                                         Board
                                  (see page
                                                                                     Comptroller
 in
       Legal Services
                                            J_
               Office of Public
                  Information
                             Planning & Research
                             (including Topographic
                             and Geologic Survey
                                                                                   _L
                          Deputy for
                          Legislation &
                               Bonds
        _I
   Deputy for
   Administration
Deputy for
Enforcement
Deputy for
Environmental
Protection &
Regulation
                       Associate Deputy for
                       Mines and Land
                       Protection
Deputy for
Engineering &
Construction
Boards and
Commissions
                                                 Associate Deputy for
                                                 Air, Water and
                                                 Community Protection
                                                                 Bureau of Air Quality arid Noise Control
                                                                     Division of:
                                                                        Air Resources Management and Research
                                                                        Technical Services and Monitroing
                                                                        Abatement and Compliance
                                                                        Noise Abatement
                                                                                      ices (see page
                           Reg. I |  j Reg. II N.{   | Reg  II sj  tRe§» m I  (Reg.
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Citizens Advisory Council

    Chairman and Secretary!/ elected annually by members
    Members:
        Ex-Officio, Secretary of Environmental Resources
        Appointed to serve for staggernd 3 year terms
          6 appointed by Governor, no inore than 3 of same political party
          6 appointed by President Pro Tempore of Senate, no more than 3 of
            saine political party
          6 appointed by Speaker of House of Representatives, no more than 3
            of same political party
        Qualifications:
          Knowledgeable in fields related to work of Department of Environmental
            Resources
          Appointed Members:
            State citizens; during Council term may hold no other State office
            to which salary is attached except membership on Environmental
            Quality Board.
   ^/   Secretary need  not  be  member  of Council.

 Environmental Quality Board

     Members:

         Secretary of Environtental Resources, Chairman
         Secretary of Health
         Secretary of Commerce
         Secretary of Transportation
         Secretary of Agriculture
         Secretary of Labor and Industry
         Secretary of Community Affairs
         Exe.cutive Director, Fish Commission
         Executive Director, Game Commission
         Chairman, Public Utilities Commission
         Executive Director, State Planning Board
         Executive Director, Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission
         5 Members of Citizens Advisory Council
         4 Members of General Assembly

 Department of Environmental Resources - Six Regional Offices

     Region I     :  Bucks,  Chester, Delaware, Montgomery and Philadelphia Counties.
     Region UN:  Bradford,  Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, Sullivan,
                      Susquehanna, Tioga, Wayne and Wyoming Counties.
     Region II S :  Berks,  Carbon, Lehigh, Northampton and Schuylkill Counties.
     Region III  :  Adams,  Cumberland, Dauphin, Franklin, Lancaster, Lebanon,
                      Perry and York Counties.
     Region IV   :  Bedford, Blair, Cambria,  Centre, Clinton, Columbia, Fulton,
                      Huntingdon, Juniata, Lycoming, Mifflin, Montour, Northumberland,
                      Snyder,  Somerset and Union Counties.
     Region V     :  Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Greene, Indiana,
                      Washington and Westmoreland Counties.
     Region VI   :  Cameron, Clarion, Clearfield, Crawford, Elk, Erie, Forest,
                      Jefferson, Lawrence, McKean, Mercer, Potter, Venango and
                      Warren Counties.
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                                 PENNSYLVANIA
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *   Department  of  Environmental Resources

         Commonwealth  of  Pennsylvania
         P.O. Box  2351
         Harrisburg, Pennsylvania   17120
         Telephone:  717-787-2814
         Secretary of  Environmental Resources, Maurice Goddard

     Bureau  of  Air Quality and Noise Control

         P.O. Box  2351
         Harrisburg, Pennsylvania   17120
         Telephone:  717-787-6338
         Director, Victor H.  Sussman

     Pennsylvania  Environmental Quality Board

         521 South Office Building
         Harrisburg, Pennsylvania   17120
         Telephone:  717-787-4526

     Environmental Hearing Board
     Citizens Advisory Council
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE

         The State Department of Environmental Resources cooperates with
 *  Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
    administer Federal funds and grants.
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.II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE-(cont.)                                             .
                                                      '                '• ! \       '
         Federal agencies, other States, and Interstate agencies and  1 | [
         formulates interstate air pollution control compacts or agreements
         for submission to the General Assembly .  Pennsylvania exchanges .
         information and data on air control laws, regulations and public
         hearings, emissions, sources and air quality with air pollution
         control agencies in other States*

         The Delaware, New Jersey, Pennsylvania Interstate Cooperative
         Agreement on air pollution establishes a framework for interstate
         cooperation within the Metropolitan Philadelphia Interstate
         Air Quality Control Region which includes 11 counties in three
         States.  Activities carried out under this voluntary administrative
         agreement relate to complaints concerning interstate air pollution,
         development of uniform "alert emergency" procedures, exchange of
         information and coordination of activities among participating agencies.
         These agencies are:
                  Air Management Services
                  Philadelphia Department of Public Health

                  Bureau of Air Quality and Noise Control
                  Department of Environmental Resources
                  Commonwealth of Pennsylvania
                  New Jersey State Bureau of Air Pollution
                  Division of Environmental Quality Control
                  Department of Environmental Protection
                  Division of Environmental Control
                  Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Control
                  State of Delaware
                  Northwest Pennsylvania - Youngstown. Ohio - Interstate
                    Air Quality Control Region
                           (Interstate agreement currently under negotiation.)
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II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   B.  INTRASTATE

         In Pennsylvania, responsibility for air pollution control is shared
         between the State and local governments.  The latter are encouraged
         to assume full responsibility for air pollution control within their
         jurisdictions and may enact and enforce local air pollution control
         ordinances and regulations which do not conflict with State laws
         and regulations.  Local governments whose air pollution control
         agencies and programs have been approved by the State are relieved
         from the application of State air pollution control procedures within
         their boundaries except insofar as the effects of local air
         contaminant sources extend beyond those boundaries.  Local programs
         are subject to continuing State surveillance and if found inadequate
         to reassertion of State enforcement authority.

     Names. Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

         Allegheny County Health Department
         Bureau of Air Pollution Control
         301 39th Street, Bldg. #7
         Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania  15201
         Chief, Ronald J. Chleboski

         Air Pollution Control Board of Greater York
         757 West Market Street
         York,  Pennsylvania  17404
         Telephone:  717-843-9833
         Chairman, C. Edward Besser
         Director, Walter E. Markey, Jr.

         Lehigh Valley Air Pollution Control District
         1516 Main Street
         Northampton, Pennsylvania  18067
         Telephone:  215-262-6341
         Director, R. Emmet Doherty

         Philadelphia Department of Public Health
         Air Management Services
         1701 Arch Street
         Philadelphia, Pennsylvania  19103
         Telephone:  215-686-7840
         Health Commissioner, Norman Ingraham, M.D.
         Assistant Health Commissioner, Air Management Services, Edward F. Wilson
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III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Air Pollution Control Act, as amended, Purdons Pennsylvania Statutes
       Annotated (P.S.) and 1972-1973 Cum.  Ann. Pocket Part, Title 35, Ch.  23,
       88 4001 - 4015.  See also 71 P.S., 1972 - 1973 Cum Ann.  Pocket Part  §§
       158(p) (Citizens Advisory Council),     180-1 (Environmental Quality  Board),
       180-2 (Environmental Hearing Board), 510-1 - 510-25, 510-101 - 510-108
       (Department of Environmental Resources).  Uniform Interstate Air Pollution
       Agreements Act, Pennsylvania Laws  1972, Regular Session, Act of
       February 17, 1972 (H.B.  No.  204, Print 224) pp 69-72;Environmental
       Improvement Compact, Pennsylvania Laws 1972, Regular Session, Act of
       March 16, 1972 (S.B. No. 878, Print  1618) pp 101-110.

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
 Citation
  Plans arid Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
           air pollution control plans
           and programs
      2.   Conduct studies, investiga-
           tions, and research

  Regulation

      3.   Adopt regulations
Department of Environ-
mental Resources  (DER);
Environmental Quality
Board (EQB)

DER
EQB
      4.   Adopt emission standards
EQB
      5.   Adopt  emission limitations
EQB
      6.   Prevent  construction, modifi-
           cation, or operation of
           stationary sources
DER
35 P.S. 8 4004(12)
71 P.S. 8 510-20
(Master environ-
mental plan)

 35 P.S. 8 4004(10)
 71 P.S. 8 510-20
 35 P.S. 88 4005 (d)
 (2) (3) (6) (7),
 4007

 71 P.S. 8 510-20
 35 P.S. 88 4005(d)
 (2) (3) (6) (7)
 4007

 71 P.S. 8 510-20

 35 P.S. 88 4005(d)
 (2)(3)(6>(7)
 4007



 35 P.S. 8 4004(9)
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III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
         Statutory Authority
   Regulation (Continued)

       7.  Issue permits for construction
            of new sources
       8.  Issue permits for operation of
            new sources
       9.  Grant variances

   Surveillance and Compliance

      10.  Obtain compliance information




      11.  Inspect and conduct tests


      12.  Require record keeping

      13.  Require periodic reports
      14.  Require emission monitoring
            devices

      15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
            trative orders
   Emergency Action

      16.  Take special prompt action
            in air pollution emergencies

   Enforcement

      17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
            lations, standards, and admin-
            istrative orders
  2/  In addition to this authority, Penns
      powers for emergency abatement of pu
   Responsible Agency
   EQB,  DER
   EQB,  DER
   DER;  EQB;  Environmental
   Hearing Board (EHB)
   DER


   DER

   DER


   DER
   DER, subject to review
   by EHB
   DER ?/
   DER
Ivania has broad common law
lie nuisances.
Citation
By regulation
35 P.S. 8 4005(d)
(2)

By regulation
35 P.S. § 4005(d)
(2)
35 P.S. 8 4004
71 P.S. 88 510-20
510-21 (g)

35 P.S. 8 4004(1)
(4) (9).

35 P.S. 8 4004

35 P.S. 8 4005(d)
(7)

35 P.S. 88 4004,
4005 (d) (2) (3)

35 P.S. 8 4004(4.1)
4005(5);
71 P.S. 8 510-21
 71 P.S.  8  510-17
 35 P.S.  88 4004,
 4008,  4009,  4010
 71 P.S.  8 510-101
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III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
          Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation
    Enforcement (Continued)

        18.  Seek injinactive relief
State Attorney General
 at request of DER
35 P.S. B 4010
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                                 VIRGINIA
                        Council on the Environment
                            5 Members
                            Chairman designated by Governor
                            3 Members appointed by Governor
                              and confirmed by General Assembly
                              to serve at pleasure of Governor
                            2 Ex-Officio members
                            Chairman, State Water Control Board
                            Chairman, State Air Pollution Control
                              Beard
State Advisory Committee
  on Air Pollution
Technically qualified
  citizens named by State
  Air Pollution Control
  Board
State Air Pollution Control Board
  Chairman - elected by members
  5 Members appointed by Governor &
    confirmed by General Assembly for
    staggered A year terms
  Qualifications
    Citizens of Virginia
    May not be an officer, employee or
      representative of any industry,
      county, city or town which may
      become subject to rules & regula-
      tions of Board
    Selected for merit & ability with-
      out regard to political affiliation
  Executive Director, employed by Board
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                                    VIRGINIA
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *  State Air Pollution Control Board

         Room 1106
         Ninth Street Office Building
         Richmond, Virginia  23219
         Telephone:  703-770-2378
         Chairman, Edgar B. Boynton
         Vice Chairman, Paul E. Wilkins
         Members:  Warren L. Brown
                   Robert B. Delano
                   Frank E. Kinzer
         Executive Director, William R. Meyer

           State Advisory Committee on Air Pollution
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE

         The State Air Pollution Control Board advises, consults and
         cooperates with other State agencies, Federal agencies, local
         governments, private industries and other affected groups.

         Virginia has entered into interstate air pollution control agreements
         with the District of Columbia and adjoining States (Kentucky,
         Maryland, North Carolina and Tennessee).  These agreements provide for
         interstate cooperation in planning, information exchange (including
         information relating to legislation and regulations, emission and air
         quality standards and data) optimum data utilization, complaint referral
         and coordinated emergency controls.  Committees established pursuant
         to these agreements are:

           Tennessee-Virginia Air Pollution Control Committee

                Tennessee - Technical Secretary (or his designee)
                   Tennessee Air Pollution Control Board
                   C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
                   Nashville, Tennessee  37219
                   Telephone:  615-741-3931


  *  Official state air pollution control agency with authority to
     accept and administer Federal funds.
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II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE (cont.)

           Tennessee-Virginia Air Pollution Control Committee (cont.)

                Virginia - Director (or his designee)
                   State Air Pollution Control Board
                   Ninth Street Office Building
               ••' 'Richmond, Virginia  23219
                   Telephone:  703-776-2378/3248

           Kentucky-Virginia Air Pollution Control Committee

                Kentucky - Director (or his designee)
                   Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
                   275 East Main Street
                   Frankfort, Kentucky 40601
                   Telephone:  502-564-3382

                Virginia - Director (or his designee)
                   State Air Pollution Control Board
                   Ninth Street Office Building
                   Richmond, Virginia  23219
                   Telephone:  703-770-2378/3248

           Air Quality Planning Committee

                Established pursuant to "Administrative Agreement Covering
           Air Quality Planning for the National Capital Interstate Air
           Quality Control Region" entered into by Maryland, Virginia and
           the District of Columbia. ]J The Committee is composed of the
           following:

                District of Columbia

                   Two members designated by the Mayor-Commissioner of Washington, D.C.

                Maryland

                   Two members designated by the Governor

                Virginia

                   Two members designated by the State Air Pollution Control Board
                     of Virginia

                Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments

                   Three members from the Council of Governments designated by
 I/  Entered into by Maryland  (6-28-71), Virginia  (7-12-71), the District of Columbia
     (7-16-71) and the Metropolitan Washington Council of Governments  (7-16-71),  for
     aij  initial period of five years from its effective date.

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          the Board of Directors of the Council of Governments and selected
          respectively from Maryland, Virginia and the District of Columbia.

          Council of Governments Regional Air Pollution Advisory Board

               The Board acts as liaison between the Air Quality Planning
          Committee and the Council of Governments staff.  The functions
          of the Board include review and comment on proposed ait quality
          standards and implementation plans and other work and activities
          as assigned by the Committee.

          Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Commission (WMATC)

               WMATC, created by interstate compact between Maryland, Virginia
          and the District of Columbia and approved by Congress, October 9, 1962,
          has broad authority to regulate and improve transit and to alleviate
          traffic congestion within the Metropolitan District.


  B.  INTRASTATE

        In Virginia, the State Air Pollution Control Board has overall
        responsibility for air pollution control throughout the State.  The
        Board may establish local air pollution control districts with authority
        within their respective localities to observe compliance with State air
        pollution rules and regulations and to report instances of non-compliance
        to the State Board.  Subject to State Board approval, localities may
        adopt and enforce local ordinances as stringent as State regulations.
        Where State and more stringent local regulations conflict, the latter prevail.

    Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

          Alexandria Health Department
          517 N. St. Asaph Street
          Alexandria, Virginia  22314
          Telephone:  703-750-6501
          Health Director,

          Arlington County, Bureau of Environmental Health
          1800 N. Edison
          Arlington, Virginia  22207
          Telephone:  703-558-2661
          Chief of Bureau, Vincent F. LaPiana
          Air Pollution Control Officer, John A. Hitcken, Ph.D

          Fairfax County Health Department
          4080 Chain Bridge Road
          Fairfax, Virginia  22030
          Telephone:  703-681-2541
          Director of Health, Richard K. Miller, M.D.
          Director of Environmental Health, John Clayton
          Telephone:  703-681-2202

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    Names,  Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Contrdl Agencies (cont. )
           Richmond Air Pollution Control Bureau
           Department of Public Safety
           501 N. Ninth Street, Room 130
           Richmond, Virginia  23219
           Telephone:  703-649-4208
           Chief, Air Pollution Control Bureau, J. G.  Williams, Jr,
           City of Roanoke
           215 Church Avenue, SW
           Roanoke, Virginia  24011
           Telephone:  703-981-2422
           Director, Air Pollution Control, I.  Jones Keller
           Roarioke County and City of Salem
           Roanoke County Health Department
           510 S. College Avenue
           Salem, Virginia  24153
           Telephone:  703-389-5065
           Health Director, C. P. Pope, M.D.
           Sanitarian, Air Pollution Control, W. Carter Bradley
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  VIRGINIA
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Code of Virginia 1950, Annotated, 1964 Replacement Vol.  3, 1971 Cum.
        Supp., Title 10, Ch. 1.2, Air Pollution Control, §§ 10-17.9:1 -
        10-17.30, as amended by 1972 Laws, Regular Session, Ch.  781, approved
        April 10, 1972 (S.B. No. 438), pp 855-858.                  ;

          Code of Virginia 1950, Annotated, 1970 Replacement Vol.  6, Title
        44, Ch. 3, Civil Defense, ii 44-141 - 44-146.1.

          Virginia Environmental Quality Act, 1972 Laws, Regular Session,
        Ch. 774, approved April 10, 1972 (S.B. No. 365)  pp 837-839.

          Tax exemption for certified pollution control  equipment and facilities,
        1972 Laws, Regular Session, Ch. 694, approved April 8, 1972 (S.B.No.
        505) p 927.

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
        2/
Citation-^
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
           air pollution control plans
           and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, Investigations,
           and research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations

      4.  Adopt emission standards

      5.  Adopt emission limitations

      6.  Prevent construction, modifi-
           cation, or operation of
           stationary sources

      7.  Issue permits for construc-
           tion of new sources

      8.  Issue permits for operation of
           new sources

      9.  Grant variances
State Air Pollution
Control Board(SAPCB)
SAPCB
SAPCB

SAPCB

SAPCB

SAPCB



SAPCB


SAPCB


SAPCB
§ 10-17.18(a)
§ 10-17.18(a)/b)
I 10-17.18

§ 10-17.18

§ 10-17.18

§§ 10-17;18:1
   10-17.21


§ 10-17.18:1


§ 10-17>'18:1


§ 10-17.18(c)
      All references are to Code of Virginia cited under General Authority.

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     B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
Statutory Authority
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance information
11. Inspect arid conduct tests
12. Require record keeping
13. Require periodic reports
14. Require emission monitoring
devices
15. Issue enforceable adminis-
trative orders
Emergency Action
16. Take special prompt action
in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement
17. Enforce applicable laws, regu-
lations, standards, and
administrative orders
18. Seek injunctive relief
Responsible Agency
SAPCB
SAPCB
SAPCB
SAPCB
SAPCB
SAPCB
SAPCB; Governor—'
SAPCB
SAPCB
Citation -/
§§ 10-17.17
10-17.18
10-17.21
10-17.22
§§ 10-17.17
10-17.22
§ 10-17.17
i§ 10-17.17
10-17.21
§1 10-17.17
10-18. 18 (al(b)
10-17.21
§§ 10-17. 18 (d)(e)
(f)
10-17.18:1
§§ 10-17.18:1
44-141 -
44-146.1
§§ 10-17. 18 (d)(e)
(f)
10-17.23
10-17.23:1
10-17.29
§§ 10-17. 18 (d)
10-17.23
   3/  As Director of Civil Defense.
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                West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission

                       7 Members
                       Chairman elected annually by Commission
                         from its membership
                       2 Ex-Officio
                         State Director of Health
                         Commissioner of Agriculture
                       5 Appointed by Governor and confirmed
                         by State Senate for staggered 5 year
                         terms
                           2 - industry in State
                           3 - public
                       Secretary —' - Appointed by Commission
                       Director - Appointed by Commission
I/ Need not be a member of Commission
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      $

 I.   S^ATE AGENCIES

 * Wesi:  Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission

         1558 Washington Street,  East
         Charleston, West Virginia  25311
         Telephone:  304-348-3286
         Chairman,  Gus R. Douglass
         Members:
         Director,  Carl G.  Beard, II

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE

         The West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission advised, consults
         and cooperates with other State agencies, Federal agencies, other
         States, local governments, industries and affected groups and
         represents the State in all interstate compact matters relating to
         air pollution control.

      .   West Virginia has entered into interstate air pollution control
         agreements with adjoining States.  These agreements provide for
         interstate cooperation in planning, information exchange (including
         information relating to legislation and regulations, emission and
         air quality standards and data) complaint referral and coordinated
         emergency controls.  Committees established pursuant to these
         agreements are:
 * Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
   administer Federal funds.
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 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION (cont.)

   A.  INTERSTATE (cont.)

          Huntington (West Virginia) - Ashland (Kentucky) - Portsmouth -
          Ironton (Ohio) Interstate Air Quality Control Region - Air Pollution
          Control Committee
                 Ohio  - Chairman  (or his designee)
                    Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
                    450 E. Town Street
                    Columbus, Ohio  43216
                    Telephone:  614-469-2390

                 West  Virginia -  Director  (or his designee)
                    West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission
                    1558 Washington,Street, East
                    Charleston, West Virginia  25311
                    Telephone:  304-348-3286

                 Kentucky - Director  (or his designee)
                    Kentucky Air  Pollution Control  Commission
                    275 East Main Street
                    Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
                    Telephone:  502-564-3382

            Parkersbure-Marietta  Interstate Air Quality Control  Region
            Air Pollution Control Committee
                  Ohio - Chairman (or his designee)
                     Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
                     450 E.  Town Street
                     Columbus,  Ohio   43216
                     Telephone:   614-469-2390

                  West Virginia - Director (or his designee)
                     West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission
                     1558 Washington Street,  East
                     Charleston, West Virginia  25311
                     Telephone:   304-348-3286

             Steubenville-Weirton-Wheeline Interstate Air Quality Control Region
             Air Pollution Control Commission

                  Ohio - Chairman (or his designee)
                     Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
                     450 E.  Town Street
                     Columbus,  Ohio  43216
                     Telephone:   615-469-2390
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II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
   A.  INTERSTATE (conto)
                     Virginia - Director (or his designee)               >
                   West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission
                   1558 Washington Street, East
                   Charleston, West Virginia  25311
                   Telephone:  304-348-3286

                       ev8er Interstate Air Quality Control Region -
           Air Pollution Control Committee

                Maryland - Director (or his designee)
                   Bureau of Air Quality Control
                   Environmental Health Administration
                   Department of Health and Mental Hygiene
                   610 North Howard Street
                   Baltimore, Maryland  21201
                   Telephone:  301-383-2779

                West Virginia - Director  (or his designee)
                   Wast Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission
                   1558 Washington Street, East
                   Charlestons West Virginia  25311
                   Telephone;  304-348-3286

   B.   INTRASTATE

         West Virginia has established a coordinated statewide air pollution
         control program  for which the West Virginia Air Pollution Control
         Commission has overall responsibility,, The Commission has entered into
         a cooperative "agreement with the  City of Wheeling which is authorized by
         State law to continue its local air pollution control program.  No :.other
         local programs are  in effect within the State.

     Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies


                     Wheeling Air Pollution Control Department
                     420 Hawley Building
                     Main Street
                     Wheeling,  West Virginia  26003
                     Telephone:   304-283-8330
                     Director,  Joseph  Reach
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   WEST VIRGINIA

   III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

   A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

         West  Virginia  Code Annotated and  1972  Cum.  Supp., Ch.  16, Art.  20,
       §1 16-20-1  - 16-29-13.

         Interstate Compact on Air Pollution, W.V.C.A.  1971 (Replacement
       Volume  9, §§ 29-1G-1 - 29-1G-5

   B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
Statutory Authority
Plans and Programs
1. Develop comprehensive State
air pollution control plans
and programs
2. Conduct studies, ivestigations,
and research
Regulation
3. Adopt regulations
4. Adopt emission standards

5. Adopt emission limitations

6. Prevent construction, modifi-
cation, or operation of
stationary sources
7. Issue permits for construc-
tion of new sources
8. Issue permits for operation
of new sources
9. Grant variances
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance information


\
Responsible Agency

West Virginia Air
Pollution Control
Commission (WVAPCC)
WVAPCC


WVAPCC
WVAPCC

WVAPCC

WVAPCC


WVAPCC

WVAPCC

WVAPCC

WVAPCC


Citation -'

§8 16-20-1
16-20-5(1) (16)

§ 16-20-5(3)


§ 16-20-5(1) (4) (17|
1 16-20-5(1) (4) (16)
(17)
1 16-20-5(1) (4 )(10
(17)
1 16-20-llb


8 16-20-llb

8 16-20-llb

g 16-20-5(1) (4)

§ 16-20-5 (6) (9)
(14) (15)
16-20-6
2/  All references are to Ch. 16, West Virginia Code Annotated cited under
    General Authority.
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WEST VIRGINIA
  B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
      Statutory Authority
Respotisbile Agency
Citation
                                                                               21
Surveillance and Compliance

   11.  Inspect and conduct tests



   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports
   14.  Require emission monitoring
         devices

    15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
         trative orders

Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
         in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
         lations, standards, and admin-
         istrative orders

   18.  Seek injunctive relief
WVAPCC
WVAPCC
WVAPCC
WVAPCC
WVAPCC, with consent
of Governor
WVAPCC
County Prosecuting
Attorney at request of
 WVAPCC
§§ 16-20-5(9)
   16-20-lla
   16-20-5

§ 16-20-5

§§ 16-20-5(1A)(15)
   16-20-llb

§§ 16-20-5(15)
   16-20-lla

§i 16-20-5(5)(17)
   16-20-6
ii 16-20-5(10)
   16-20-9
   16-20-10
§§ 16-20-3
   16-20-5(17)
   16-20-8

§ 16-20-9
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Region IV
Alabama
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky-
Mississippi
North. Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee

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                                   ALABAMA
                                   GOVERNOR
                   ALABAMA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COMMISSION

                      Chairman - State Health Officer,  ex offlcio
                      Vice Chairman - elected by members
                      Six members - appointed by Governor and
                                    confirmed by State  Senate for
                                    staggered 4 year terms
                          Qualifications;
                            Four public representatives
                            One registered professional engineer
                            One licensed physician

                      Ex officio, non-voting:  Director, Division
                        of Air Pollution Control or his representative
                     ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH

                           State Health Officer

                       Bureau of Environmental Health
Legal Services
                      Division of Air Pollution Pont-rol
                                Director
                              Appointed by
                         Alabama Air Pollution
                          Control Commission
Administrative Services
                           Assistant Director|

Engineering
Evaluation



Surveillance
and Enforcement




Air Monitoring
and Evaluation



Technical and
'Special Services
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                                     ALABAMA
 I.  STATE AGENCIES

 *  Alabama Air Pollution Control Commission

         State Office Building
         Montgomery, Alabama  36104
         Telephone:  205-269-7634
         Chairman, Ira L. Myers, M.D.
         Vice Chairman, Dr. Ben Branscomb
         Members:  R. Leslie Adams
                   Mrs. Camille W. Cook
                   Dr. J. Grady Cox
                   Arthur A.Weeks

         Director, ofvfs'ion6?! Air Pollution Control,  ex officio,  W.T.  Willis
     Department of Public Health

         State Office Building
         Montgomery, Alabama  36104
         Telephone:  205-269-7634
         State Health Officer, Ira L. Myers, M.D.
         Director, Bureau of Environmental Health, Arthur N.  Beck

           Division of Air Pollution Control
                State Office Building
                Montgomery, Alabama  36104
                Telephone:
                Director, W. T. Willis

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.   INTERSTATE

         Alabama, Tennessee, Florida, Mississippi and Georgia have
         established joint committees through which State air pollution
         control agencies exchange information and data of common
         interest, coordinate their regulatory efforts and develop an
         interstate air quality surveillance network and joint emer-
         gency procedures. The information exchanged includes laws,
         ordinances, rules and regulations, proposed ambient air
         quality and emission standards, air quality monitoring and
         source emission data and complaint referrals.  These committees
         are:

         Alabama-Tennessee Air Pollution Control Committee

           Alabama
                Director (or his designee)
                Alabama Air Pollution Control Commission
                Room 311, State Office Building
                Montgomery, Alabama  36104
 .               Telephone:  205-269-7634/7635
 * Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and administer
   Federal funds and grants.           98

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ALABAMA
     II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
         A.   INTERSTATE

               Tennessee
                    Technical Secretary (or his aesignee;
                    Tennessee Air Pollution Control Board
                    C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
                    Nashville, Tennessee  37219
                    Telephone:  615-741-3931

          Alabama-Florida-Mississippi Air Pollution Control Committee

               Alabama
                    Director (or his designee)
                    Alabama Air Pollution Control Commission
                    Room 311, State Office Building
                    Montgomery, Alabama  36104
                    Telephone:  205-269-7634/7635

               Florida
                    Director (or his designee)
                    Pollution Control  Board
                    315 South Calhoun  Street
                    Tallahassee, Florida  32301
                    Telephone:  904-224-9151

               Mississippi
                    Director (or his designee)
                    Air and Water Pollution Control Commission
                    P.O. Box 827
                    Jackson, Mississippi  39205
                    Telephone:  601-354-6783

          Alabama-Georgia Air Pollution Control Committee
                    Director  (or his designee)
                    Alabama Air Pollution Control Commission
                    Room 311, State Office Building
                    Montgomery, Alabama  36104
                    Telephone:  205-269-7634/7635

               Georgia
                    Director  (or his designee;
                    Air Quality Control  Section
                    47 Trinity Avenue, S.W.
                    Atlanta,  Georgia  30334
                    Telephone:   404-656-4867
             The Alabama   Air  Pollution  Control  Commission advises,  consults,  contracts
             and cooperates with  other State  agencies,  Federal agencies,  other States,
             local  governments, interstate  and interlocal  agencies and interested
             persons^

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ALABAMA
    II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION (cont.)
            INTRASTATE

             Except as specifically provided in the Alabama Air Pollution Control
             Act of 1971, the State has preempted the field of air pollution
             control in Alabama.  Where not preempted, State and local air
             pollution control authorities exercise concurrent jurisdiction.
             Under I 15 of the Act, municipalities and counties are authorized
             toi establish, administer, and enforce local air pollution control
             programs consistent with or more strict than the State program.
             The Alabama Air Pollution Control Commission maintains surveillance
             over local programs and may preempt local enforcement authority.

          Names. Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies
              Birmingham

                  Department of  Inspection  Services
                  Smoke Abatement Division
                  City Hall, Birmingham, Alabama  35203
                  Telephone:  205-252-0252
                  Director of Inspection Services, M. J. Sasser

              Huntsville

                  Air Pollution  Control Department
                  City  of Huntsville
                  P.O.  Box 308,  Huntsville, Alabama   35804
                  Telephone:   205-539-9612, Ext.  373


              Jefferson County

                  Jefferson County Department of Health
                   1912  Eighth Avenue; 'Boutth
                   Birmingham, Alabama  35233
                  Mailing address:  P.O. Box 2646
                                     Birmingham, Alabama  35202
                   Telephone:  205-324-9571
                   Health Officer, Dr. George E. Hardy, Jr.
                   Assistant Director,  Bureau of Environmental Health, Charles Robison


              Mobile County

                   Mobile County Board of Health
                   248 Cox Street
                   Mobile, Alabama   36604
                   Telephone:  205-432-1631
                   Director, Bureau  of  Environmental Health, James E. Fibbe
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    ALABAMA
       II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL  COOPERATION
         B.   INTRASTATE (cont.)
               Trl  County  Region  (Morgan,  Limestone  and  Lawrence  Counties)
      III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE
         A.   GENERAL* AUTHORITY                                   >•
               Alabama Air Pollution Control  Act of  1971, Alabama Laws,
             Regular Session,  1971,  Act. No.  769, approved  and  effective
             September 3,  1971.
         B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
    Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation^/
Plans and Programs
   1.  Develop comprehensive state
       air pollution control plans
       and programs
   2.  Conduct studies, investiga-
       tions, and research
Regulation
   3.  Adopt regulations
   4.  Adopt emission standards
   5.  Adopt emission limitations
   6.  Prevent construction, modi-
       fication, or operation of
       stationary sources
   7.  Issue permits for construc-
       tion of new sources
   8.  Issue permits for operation
       of new sources
Alabama Air Pollution
Control Commission (AAPCC)
AAPCC
AAPCC
AAPCC
AAPCC
AAPCC

AAPCC

AAPCC
SI 2(c), 6(e)

§§ 6(g). (i)


ii 5, 13
§,5
§ 10
§§ 8, 18

§ 18

§ 18
I/ All references are to Alabama Air Pollution Control  Act of 1971.
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ALABAMA
     Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation!/
    9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance
         information

   11.  Inspect and conduct
         tests


   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports

   14.  Require emission monitoring
         devices

   15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
         trative orders
Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
         in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
         regulation, standards, and
         administrative orders
   18.  Seek injunctive relief
AAPCC
Department of Public Health
(DPH) and AAPCC

DPH & AAPCC
AAPCC

AAPCC

AAPCC
AAPCC and Director, Division
of Air Pollution Control
Governor, following determine
tion by Chairman or any 3
members of AAPCC.  Also,
Director, Division of Air
Pollution Control, with sub-
sequent hearing & review by
AAPCC
AAPCC and State Attorney
General and District
Attorneys at request of
Commission

AAPCC, State Attorney General
District Attorneys
I 12



!§ 6,7,9


II 5(e)
   6(h)
   9

§1 6(c),7

§§ 5(f),7

§§ 6(c),7
   6(b)
   17(e);
   see also
   §11
§ 11; see also
  1§ 5(d),
  13(e>
  17 (e)
   6(b),17
8 17
                                     102

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                                   FLORIDA
Department of
Legal Affairs
 acts as legal
 advisor
Department of
Pollution Control
Pollution Control Board
  five members appointed
  by Governor and confirmed
  by State Senate to serve
  at pleasure of Governor
    acts as head of Dept.
                              Executive Director
     I
Division of
Administrative
Services
Division of
Operations
                               1
Division of
Planning
                               •Bureau of Surveillance

                                Bureau of Field Services

                                Bureau of Permitting

                                Bureau of Enforcement
                                 Section of Air Quality
                                  Management

                                 Section of Air & Water
                                - Quality Standards
                                  Development

                                _Section of Water
                                  Quality Management
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                             FLORIDA


  I.   STATE  AGENCIES

         Pollution Control  Board
         Suite 300, Tallahassee Bank  Bldg.
         315 South Calhoun  Street
         Tallahassee,  Florida 32304
         Telephone: 904-224-9151
         Chairman, David H.  Levin
         Members:
        *Department of Pollution  Control
         Suite 300, Tallahassee Bank  Bldg.
         315 South Calhoun Street
         Tallahassee,  Florida  32304
         Telephone: 904-224-9151
         Executive Director,  Vincent  D. Patton
 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     A.   INTERSTATE

          Florida, Alabama,  and Mississippi  have  established  a joint
          committee through  which State air  pollution control  agencies
          exchange information and data of common interest, coordinate
          their regulatory efforts and develop an interstate  air quality
          surveillance network and joint emergency procedures.  The
          information exchanged includes laws, ordinances, rules and
          regulations, proposed ambient air  quality and emission
          standards, air quality monitoring  and source emission data
          and complaint referrals.

          Alabama-Florida-Mississippi  Air Pollution Control Committee

            Alabama
               Director (or  his designee)
               Alabama A1r Pollution Control Commission
               Room 311, State Office  Bldg.
               Montgomery, Alabama  36104
               Telephone: 205-269-7634/7635


*0fficial State air pollution control  agency with authority  to
 accept Federal grants*
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FLORIDA
     II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

         A.  INTERSTATE  (cont.)

              Florida
                   Director (or his deslgnee)
                   Pollution Control Board
                   315 South Calhoun Street
                   Tallahassee, Florida  32301
                   Telephone:  904-224-9151

              Mississippi
                   Director (or his designee)
                   Air and Water Pollution  Control Commission
                   P.O.  Box 827
                   Jackson, Mississippi  39205
                   Telephone:  601-354-6783

              The Department of Pollution Control advises, consults,
              cooperates and enters into agreements with other State
              agencies, Federal agencies, other States, Interstate agencies,
              local governments, groups and industries.    The
              Department of Pollution Control  cooperates with the
              Division of Forestry of the Department of Agriculture
              and Consumer Services in Implementing open burning
              rules, and with the Department of Transportation
              to advance mass     rapid transit projects and
              secure revision of traffic patterns.


         B.   INTRASTATE

              The Florida A1r and Water Pollution Control Act
              provides for a coordinated statewide air pollution
              control program in which local and regional air pollution
              control programs are  to be supported to the extent practicable.
              Under  § 403.182 of the Act, municipalities and counties are
              authorized, with Department approval, to establish, administer
              and enforce  local air pollution control'programs compatible
              with or more strict than the State program.
               The Department of Pollution  Control  provides technical
               and consultative assistance  to  local  governments,  maintains
               surveillance over local  programs  and may assert State control
               if the local program is  inadequate.   The Department may also
               assume and retain jurisdiction  over certain classes of
               contaminant sources.   The  Department has exclusive authority
               to require and issue permits, but may delegate this authority
               to local  pollution control organizations.
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 FLORIDA


It.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION


    B.  INTRASTATE (cont.)

    Names, Addresses  and Officials of Local  Air Pollution Control  Agencies
         Broward County Pollution Control
         540 Southeast Third Avenue
         Fort Lauderdale, Florida  33301
         Telephone:   305-525-1641 Ext.  397
         Executive Director, Woodrow Smith

         Broward County Air and Water Pollution Control  Board
         540 Southeast Third Avenue
         Fort Lauderdale, Florida  33301
         Telephone:   305-525-1641 Ext.  397
         Chairman, Warren S. Craven

         Dade County Pollution Control  Department
         864 Northwest 23 Street
         Miami, Florida  33127
         Telephone:   305-635-7529
         Director, Peter 0. Baljet

         Duval County Pollution Control
         Consolidated City of Jacksonville
         Bio-Environmental  Services Division
         Department of Health, Welfare and
           Bio-Environmental Services
         6925 Evergreen Avenue
         Jacksonville, Florida  33208
         Telephone:   904-764-7587/7588
         Chief, Bio-Environmental Services
           Division, Robert J. Stroh

         Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Agency
         906 Jackson Street
         Tampa, Florida  33602
         Telephone:   Rl3-223-1311 Ext.  465
         Environmental Director, Roger  P.  Stewart

         Hillsborough County Environmental Protection Commission
         906 Jackson Street
         Tampa, Florida  33602
         Telephone:   813-223-1311 Ext.  465
         Chairman, Frank Neff
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  FLORIDA

 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     B.  INTRASTATE  (cont.)

      Names.  Addresses and Officials  of Local Air  Pollution Control Agencies
          (cont.)

          Manatee  County  Pollution Control
          202 Sixth  Avenue,  East
          Bradenton, Florida '33505
          Telephone: 813-744-3531
          Director,  O.E.  Randle, Jr.
          Chairman,  Board of County Commissioners, L.H.  Fortson, Jr.

          Palm Beach County  Pollution Control
          Palm Beach County  Health Department
          Post Office Box 29
          826 Evernia Street
          West Palm  Beach, Florida  33402
          Telephone: 305-832-8561 Ext. 53
                     305-844-3561 Ext. 43
          County Health Director, C.L. Brumback, M.D.
          Director,  Lawrence D.  Lukin

          Pine!las County Health Department
          500 Seventh Avenue South
          St. Petersburg, Florida 33721

          Reedy Creek Improvement District
          P.  0.  Box  36
          Lake Buena Vista,  Florida 32830

          Sarasota County Pollution Control Board
          P.  0.  Box  2658
          1938 Laurel Street
          Sarasota,  Florida   33578
          Director,  Fred Heinzman

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

           Florida Air  and Water Pollution  Control Act,  Florida Statutes
         Annotated,  Ch.  403, as  amended by;Florida Laws  1971, Regular
         Session,  Chs.  71-138, 71-203, and  71-204; Florida Laws 1972,
         Regular Session, Ch. 72-   , pp. 713-715  (H.B.  No.  2996)
         approved April 24,  1972, effective July 1,  1972.  See also
         Florida Laws,  1971, Regular  Session,  Ch.  71-79, adopting  Interstate
         Environmental  Compact;  Ch.  71-137  creating  a department of
         pollution control;  Ch.  71-343,  Environmental Protection Act of 1971.
         See also Florida Laws 1972,  Regular Session, Ch. 72-   ,  pp. 485-487,
         Hillsborough County Environmental  Protection Act (H.B. No. 4292)
         effective April 20, 1972.

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        FLORIDA
        III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE (coht.)

             B.  SPECIFIG "AUTHORITIBS
Statutory Authority
Plans and Programs
1. Develop comprehensive State
air pollution control plans
and programs
2. Conduct studies, investiga-
tions, and research
Regulation
3. Adopt regulations
4. Adopt emission standards
5. Adopt emission limitations
6. Prevent construction,
modification, or operation
of stationary sources
7. Issue permits for
construction of new
sources
8. Issue permits for operation
of new sources
9. Grant variances
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance
information
11. Inspect and conduct
tests
12. Require record keeping
Responsible Agency
Department of Pollution
Control (DPC)
DPC

DPC
DPC
DPC
DPC
DPC
DPC
DPC


DPC
DPC
Citationl/
§403.061(1), (11),
5403.061(14), (21),

§§403.051
403.061(7), (8)
§403.061(7), (13)
§403.061(7), (13)
§403.061(18)
§403.061(16),
403.087
§403.061(16)
403.087
§403.201

§403.061(9), (15)
403.101(1), (2)
§403.091
§403.061(15), (26)
403.101(2)
I/ Unless otherwise noted, all references are to Florida Air and Water Pollution
   Control Act, as amended.
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         FLORIDA
         III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE (cont.)

              B.   SFEGIPIG AUTHORITIES  (cont.)
Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Cltatloni/
Surveillance and Compliance

13.  Require periodic reports
14.  Require emission monitoring
     devices

15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
     trative orders
Emergency Action

16.  Take special prompt action
     in air pollution emergencies

Enforcement

17.  Enforce applicable laws,
     regulations, standards,
     and administrative orders

18.  Seek injunctlve relief
DPC



DPC


DPC
Director, DPC
DPC; Executive Director
pf DPC; prosecuting
attorneys

Director, DPC
§403.061(15)
 403.101(2)
 403.087(6)

§403.061(7), (10)
                                 §403.061(10)
                                  403.121
§403.131
§§403.121
  403.161
§403.131  See also
Florida Environmental
Protection Act of
1971, Florida Laws
1971, Ch. 71-343
§1 2,3
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                                  GEORGIA
                                   GOVERNOR
             Georgia Department of Natural
                    Resources
             Division of Environmental
                     Protecti on
                Director
                 Citizens  Environmental Council  -
                 Advisory                      ,
                 7 members appointed  by Governor
                 to serve  at his  pleasure
                 Chairman  - member designated
                 by Governor
                 Qualifications:
                 Private Citizen
                 Representative of broad range
                 of interests and
                 ttteipliafci related  to
                 environmental quality
                          Air Quality Control  Section
                                   Director
      1
Air Pollution
Control Service
Air Quality
Evaluation
Service
                                    JL
rAir Quality
Regional Service
                                                                  Nine Air Quality
                                                                  Control Regions
                                    no

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                                 GEORGIA


I.  STATE AGENCIES

*  Georgia Department of Natural Resources

        270 Washington Street, S.W.
        Atlanta, Georgia  30324
        Telephone:  404-656-3500
        Commissioner, Joe D. Tanner

        Division of Environmental Protection

             47 Trinity Avenue, S.W.
             Atlanta, Georgia  30334
             Telephone:  404-656-4713
             Director, R.S. (Rock) Howard

             Air Quality Control Section

               47 Trinity Avenue, S.W.
               Atlanta, Georgia  30334
               Telephone:  404-656-4867
               Director, Robert H. Collorn, Jr.

                   Air Pollution Control Service

                      47 Trinity Avenue, S.W.
                      Atlanta, Georgia  30334
                      Telephone:  404-656-4867
                      Program Manager, Marvin H. Lowry

                  Air Quality Regional Service

                      Office of the Director
                      47 Trinity Avenue, S.W., Atlanta, Georgia  30334
                      Telephone:  404-656-4867
                      Program, Manager, J. M. Kern

                  Air Quality Evaluation Service

                      Georgia Department of Public Health Building
                      47 Trinity Avenue, S.W.
                      Atlanta, Georgia  30334
                      Telephone:  404-656-4998
                      Program Manager, William D. Estes


  Official State air  pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer Federal  loans and grants.
                                      Ill

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 GEORGIA


II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE

         The Georgia Air Quality Control Section cooperates with ait pollution
         control agencies in other States  (Alabama,  Florida^,South Carolina,North Carolina-
         and Tennessee) and makes air quality and emission data available to
         them.  Georgia and Alabama have established a joint  committee to
         aid in information and data exchange, coordination of regulatory
         efforts and development of an interstate air quality surveillance
         network  and joint emergency procedures.  The information exchanged
         includes laws, ordinances, rules  and regulations, proposed ambient
         air quality and emission standards, air quality monitoring and source
         emission data and complaint referrals.

     Alabama-Georgia Air Pollution Control Committee

       Alabama
         Director (or his designee)
         Alabama Air Pollution Control Commission
         Room 311, State Office Building
         Montgomery, Alabama  36104
         Telephone:  205-269-7634-7635

       Georgia ,
         Director (or his designee)
         Air Quality Control Section
         47 Trinity Avenue, SW
         Atlanta, Georgia  30334
         Telephone:  404-656-4867

         The Department of Natural Resources advises, consults and cooperates
         with other State agencies, Federal agencies, other States, interstate
         agencies, local governments, industries and affected groups.

   B.  INTRASTATE

         Air pollution control in Georgia is a State responsibility.  State
         regulations may be enforced anywhere in the State.  The Georgia Air
         Quality Control Law contains no provision authorizing delegation of
         State authority to local agencies or providing for State coordination
         or surveillance of local programs.  At present local air pollution
         control programs are operating in Fulton and Macon-Bibb Counties
         under local ordinances.  County Boards of Health may conduct air
         pollution studies.

     Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

           Fulton County Air Pollution Control Section
           Fulton County Health Department
           33 Butler Street, SE
           Atlanta, Georgia 30303
           Telephone:
           Commissioner of Health, James F. Hackney, M.D.

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   GEORGIA
    B.  INTRASTATE

    Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies (cont.)

          Macon-Bibb County Health Department                                       '
          770 Hemlock Street
          Macon, Georgia  31201
          Telephone:  912-745-0411
          Director of Health, R. J. Walker, M.D.
          Director of Environmental Health,

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Georgia Code Ann., Book 25, 1971 Rev., Title 88 - Public Health
        Ch. 88-9, II 88-901-88-917 , Georgia Air Quality Control Act, as
        amended.  See also Ch. 88-3, II 88-301 - 88-309, Enforcement and
        Administrative Procedure.

          For Georgia Administrative Procedure Act, see Georgia Code Ann.,
        1971 Cum. Pocket Part,Title  3A, Ch. 3A-1.

          For Citizens Environmental Council, see Georgia Code Ann., 1971
        Cum. Pocket Part,Title  40, Ch. 40-32, §§ 40-3201 - 40-3203.
          For enactment of Interstate Environment Compact, see Georgia Code
        Ann. 1971 Cum. Pocket Part, Title 92A, Ch. 92A-23, S3 92A-2301 - 92A-2324.

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
          Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
 Citation!'
        and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
           air pollution control plans
           and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investigations
           and research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations
      4.  Adopt  emission standards


      5.  Adopt emission limitations
Department of Natural
Resources (DNR)
DNR
DNR
DNR
DNR
 I 88-904(b)
 § 88-904(e)
 g 88-903(a)(3)
 but see also
 I 88-910

88 88-903 (a) (1)
   88-911

81 88-906
   88-911
  17  All references are to Georgia Code Ann.,  Book 25,  1971 Revision,  Title 88-

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GEORGIA
Statutory Authority
Regulation (Continued)
6. Prevent construction,
modification, or
operation of stationary
sources
7. Issue permits for construction
of new sources .
8. Issue permits for operation of
new sources
9. Grant variances
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance information


11. Inspect and conduct tests

12. Require record keeping
13. Require periodic reports
14. Require emission monitoring
devices
15. Issue enforceable administrative
orders


Emergency Action
16. Take special prompt action
in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement
17. Enforce applicable laws, regu-
lations, standards, and admin-
istrative orders
18. Seek injunctlve relief



Responsible Agency
'
DNR



DNR

DNR

DNR

DNR


DNR

DNR
DNR
DNR

DNR




DNR


DNR


DHH; Department of
Public Health and County
Boards of Health

Citation^/

gg 88-903 (a)
(4) (5)


§ 88-903 (a)
(4)
§ 88-903 (a)
(5)
g 88-912

§g 88-903 (a)
(2)
88-904 (h)
8g 88-907
88-903 (a) (2)
§ 88-903(a)(2)
§ 88-903 (a) (2)
§ 88-903 (a) (2)

18 88-903 (b)
88-904 (a) (g
88-913 (a)
88-917

§ 88-913 (b)


§§ 88-915.1
88-916
88-917
§g 88-913.1
88-916
see also
I 88-302
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                                  KENTUCKY
                      Kentucky  State Department of Health
                            Commissioner of Health
            Kentucky Air Pollution  Control  Commission

            Chairman and Vice  Chairman elected annually by members
            5  Ex-Officio Members
                Commissioner  of Health
                Commissioner  of Commerce
                Attorney General
                Commissioner  of Natural Resources
                Commissioner  of Agriculture
            8  Members  appointed by  Governor for 4  year  terms

                Qualifications:
                  3 - Public
                  3 - Industry, 1  licensed professional  engineer
                  1 - Air pollution  control  district  representative
                  1 - University of  Kentucky College  of  Engineering
                              Executive Secretary
                            Chief  Engineer of State
                             Department of Health
                              Office of Director
1
Enforcement
Program




|
Engineering
Program

Laboratory!.'
Services


1

Technical Services
Program



1
2/
Planning and—
Developmen Program

Regional Offices!/ 1
" '• 	 1

17  Function not administratively responsible to the Director-
21  Functions not fully staffed and operating,  but  scheduled for future development.
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                                    KENTUCKY
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *  Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission

         275 East Main Street
         Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
         Telephone:  502-564-3382
         Chairman, William P. McElwain, M.D.
         Vice Chairman
         Members
         Executive Secretary,
         Technical Director,  Frank P.  Partee
         Telephone:  502-564-3382
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE

         The Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission advises, consults
         and cooperates with other State agencies, Federal agencies, other
         States, local governments, interstate and interlocal agencies,
         industries and interested persons and group8.Under the authority
         of Kentucky's Interlocal Cooperation Act, the Commission participates
         in interstate planning with the air pollution authorities of
         surrounding States.

         Kentucky has entered into interstate air pollution control agreements
         with     adjoining States.  These agreements, which establish
         joint committees, provide for interstate cooperation in planning,
         information exchange (including information relating to legislation
         and regulations, emission and air quality standards and data)
         optimum data utilization, complaint referral and coordinated emergency
         controls.  These committees are:

         Huntington (West Virginia) -_Ashland (Kentucky) - Portsmouth
         Ifonton (Ohio) Interstate Air Quality Control Region - Air Pollution
         Control Committee

          Ohio

                Chairman  (or his designee)
                Ohio Air  Pollution  Control Board
                450 E. Town  Street
                Columbus, Ohio  43216
                Telephone:  614-469-2390

*  Official State air pollution control agency with authority  to accept and
   administer Federal funds and grants.
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       West Virginia
            Director  (or his designee)
            West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission
            1558 Washington Street, East
            Charleston, West Virginia  25311
            Telephone:  304-348-3286

       Kentucky

            Director  (or his designee)
            Kentucky  Air Pollution Control Commission
            275 East  Main Street
            Frankfort, Kentucky   40601
            Telephone:  502-564-3382

      Indiana-Kentucky-Ohio Air Pollution Control  Committee

       Indiana

            Technical Secretary  (or his designee)
            Indiana Air Pollution Control Board
            1330 W.Michigan Street
            Indianapolis, Indiana 46206
            Telephone:  317-633-4273

       Kentucky

            Director  (or his designee)
            Kentucky  Air Pollution Control Commission
            275 East  Main Street
            Frankfort, Kentucky   40601
            Telephone:  502-564-3382
        Ohio
             Chairman (or his designee)
             Ohio Air Pollution Control  Board
             450 E.  Town Street
             Columbus,  Ohio  43216
             Telephone:  614-469-2390
      Indiana-Kentucky Interstate Air Pollution Control Committee

        Indiana

             Technical Secretary (or his designee)
             Indiana Air Pollution Control Board
             1330 W.Michigan Street
             Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
             Telephone:  317-633-4273
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        Indiana-Kentucky Interstate Air Pollution Control Committee (Continued)

          Kentucky                    :

               Director (or his desigrme)
               Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
               275 East Main Street
               Frankfort, Kentucky  A0601
               Telephone:  502-564-3382

        Illinois-Kentucky-Missouri Interstate Air Pollution Control Committee

          Illinois - C joint representation ~/ 1'

               Chairman (or his designee)
               Illinois Pollution Control Board
               189 W. Madison Street
               Chicago, Illinois  60602
               Telephone:  312-793-3620

               Manager (or his designee)
               Division of Air Pollution Control
               Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
               2200 Churchill Road
               Springfield, Illinois  62706

          Kentucky

               Director (or his designee)
               Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
               275 East Main Street
               Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
               Telephone:  502-564-3382

          Missouri

               Executive Secretary (or his designee)
               Missouri Air Conservation Commission
               P.O. Box 1062
               112 W. High Street
               Jefferson City, Missouri  65101
               Telephone:  314-635-9145

        Statement of intent to cooperate in air pollution control efforts between
        Tennessee and Kentucky

          Tennessee

               Technical Secretary (or his designee)
               Air Pollution Control Board
               C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
               Nashville, Tennessee  37219
               Telephone:  615-741-3931

_3/ Both the Board and the Agency receive notices.  The Agency represents Illinois
   for all other purposes.
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       Statement of Intent to Cooperate in Air Pollution Control  Efforts
       Between Tennessee and Kentucky (cont.J~'

         Kentucky

              Director (or his designee)
              Kentucky Air Pollution Control  Commission
              275 East Main Street
              Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
              Telephone:  502-564-3382

      Kentucky-Virginia Air Pollution Control  Committee

        Virginia

             Director (or his designee)
             State Air Pollution Control  Board
             Ninth Street Office Building
             Richmond, Virginia  23219
             Telephone:  703-770-2378/3248

        Kentucky

             Director (or his designee)
             Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
             275 East Main Street
             Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
             Telephone:  502-564-3382

      Metropolitan Cincinnati Interstate  Air  Quality Control Region -
                 .Air Pollution Control Commission
        Ohio
             Chairman (or his designee)
             Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
             450 East Town Street
             Columbus, Ohio  43216
             Telephone:  614-469-2390

        Indiana
             Chairman (or his designee)
             Indiana Air Pollution Control Board
             1330 West Michigan Street
             Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
             Telephone:  317-633-4273
        Kentucky

             Director (or his designee)
             Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
             275 East Main Street
             Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
             Telephone:  502-564-3382
B.   INTRASTATE

      In Kentucky, the State and local governments exercise concurrent juris-
      diction in the administration and enforcement of applicable air pollution
      control laws.  The jurisdiction of the Kentucky Air Pollution Control
      Commission extends throughout the State and is not affected by the existence
      of local programs.  Subject to Commission approval and continuing surveillance,
      counties and local districts are authorized to establish, administer and enforce
      local air pollution control programs which meet State standards and are
      consistent with State law.

  Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

      Louisville-Jefferson County Air Pollution Control District
      621 West Jefferson
      Louisville, Kentucky  40202
      Telephone:  502-589-4230
      Secretary-Treasurer, Robert T. Offutt

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KENTUCKY
      Names,  Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies (cont. )

          Louisville-Jefferson County Air Pollution Control Board
          621 West Jefferson
          Louisville, Kentucky  40202
          Telephone:  502-589-4230
          Chairman, Dr. C. Milton Young, III

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Kentucky Revised Statutes, (K.R.S.) Ch.  224, §§ 224.310 - 224.460,
        224.990 - 224.992, as amended.  For Interstate Compact on Air Pollution,
        see K.R.S. §§ 224.510 - 224.520.  For Interlocal Cooperation Act, see
        K.R.S.  §§ 65..210 - 65.300

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
Statutory Authority
Plans and Programs
1. Develop comprehensive State
air pollution control plans
and programs
2. Conduct studies, investigations
and research
Regulation
3. Adopt regulations
4. Adopt emission standards
%
5. Adopt emission limitations
6. Prevent construction, modifi-
cation, or operation of
stationary sources
7. Issue permits for construc-
tion of new sources
8. Issue permits for operation
of new sources
Responsible Agency
Kentucky Air Pollution
Control Commission
(KAPCC)
KAPCC

KAPCC
KAPCC
KAPCC
KAPCC
KAPCC
KAPCC
Citation^-'
§ 224.430(6)
«
§ 224.430(7)

§ 224.430(1)
(10) (11) (12)
1 224.430(1)(3
(10) (11) ;
224.340
§ 224.430(1)
(3) (10) (11)
§ 224.360
1 224.360
§ 224.360
 _4/  All citations are  to Kentucky  Revised  Statutes (K.R.S.).

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    KENTUCKY
      B.  SPECIFIC"AUTHORITIES
      Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation!'
Regulation (Continued)

    9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance information




   11.  Inspect and conduct tests

   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports
   14.  Require emission monitoring
         devices
   15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
        trative orders

Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
         in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
         regulations, standards,
         and administrative
         orders
   18.  Seek injunctive relief
KAPCC



KAPCC




KAPCC

KAPCC

KAPCC



KAPCC



KAPCC
Executive Secretary of
KAPCC with written notice
to Governor
KAPCC
Attorney General at
request of KAPCC
§ 224.410
§§ 224.350
   224.360(2)
   224.430(2)
   224.450

I 224.370

I 224.430(4)

!§ 224.350
   224.360
   224.450

§§ 224.350
   224.360(2)
   224.430(4)

§§ 224.390
   224.430(3)
  224.400
!§ 224.430(3)
   224.450(4)
   (5)
   224.990
   224.991
   224.992

§ 224.990
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                                                MISSISSIPPI
Training &
Education
           Public Info.
            Officer
Air Po
                          Research &
                          Development
                                                 Governor
                                            Miss. Air & Water
                                            Pollution Control
                                               Commission I/
                                               Executive
                                               Secretary
                                               Appointed
                                                  by
                                             Commission
                       Chief Engineer
                       & Assistant to
                    Executive Secretary
                                                                           Secretary &
                                                                           Docket Clerk
                                                  Staff
                                           Administration
lution
Control Section
Water Pol
                                                             Planning &
                                                             Coordinating
                                                                                                                 CM
                                                                                                                 CN
lution
                Control  Section
Laboratory Services
     Section
Field Services
   Section 	
       I/ For composition of the Commission see page 123

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       Mississippi  Air and Water Pollution
               Control Commission
Chairman and Vice Chairman elected by members  for
  two year terms

Voting Members

  Six ex officio members

     Director, Division of Sanitary Engineering, State
      Board of Health!/
     Director, State Game and Fish Commission!'
     Water Engineer, State Board of Water Commissioners!/
     Supervisor, State Oil and Gas Board!/
     Director, State Plant Board!/
     Executive Secretary, State Marine Commission!/

  Four members'-appointed by Governor and confirmed by
   State Senate for staggeredV6 year terms.

     Qualifications

     1 - elected municipal offical
     2 - industry representatives
     1 - selected from nominees submitted by Mississippi
         Wildlife Federation

  Non-voting Associate Members, Ex officio

     Director, Agricultural and Industrial Board!/
     State Geologist!/
     Director of State Parks!/
  !/ or his designee
                       123

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                           MISSISSIPPI
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *  Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission

        P.O.  Box 827
        Jackson, Mississippi  39205
        Telephone:   601-354-6783
        Chairman, James W.  Carraway
        Vice  Chairman,
        Members:

        Executive Secretary, Glen Wood, Jr.
        Chief, Air Pollution Control Section,  Jack H.  Curry


II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A. . INTERSTATE

         Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Arkansas and Tennessee have
         established joint committees through which State air pollution
         control agencies exchange information concerning air quality,
         emissions limitations, hew sources, complaints and emergency episodes
         and coordinate their regulatory and surveillance efforts and
         emergency procedures.  These committees are:

         Alabama-Florida-Mississippi Air Pollution Control Committee

             Alabama
                Director (or his designee)
                Alabama Air Pollution Control Commission
                Room 311, State Office Building
                Montgomery, Alabama  36104
                Telephone:  205-269-7634/7635

             Florida
                Director (or his designee;
                Pollution Control Board
                315 South Calhoun Street
                Tallahassee, Florida  32301
                Telephone:  904-224-9151

             Mississippi
                Director (or his designee)
                Air and Water Pollution Control Commission
                P.O. Box 827
                Jackson, Mississippi  39205
                Telephone:  601-354-6783
    Official State air pollution.control agency with authority to
    accept and administer Federal loans and grants.
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MISSISSIPPI



 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE (cont.)

         Arkansas-Mississippi-Tennessee-Memphis-Shelby County Committee

              Arkansas
                 Director (or his designee)
                 Commission on Pollution Control and Ecology
              Mississippi
                 Director (or his designee)
                 Air and Water Pollution Control Commission
                 P.O. Box 827
                 Jackson, Mississippi  39205
                 Telephone:  601-354-6783

              Tennessee
                 Technical Secretary (or his designee)
                 Air Pollution Control Board
                 C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
                 Nashville, Tennessee  37219
                 Telephone:  615-741-3931
              Memphis-Shelby County
                 Director of Air Pollution Control (or-his designee)
                 Division of Pollution Control
                 Memphis-Shelby County Health Department
                 814 Jefferson Avenue,  Memphis, Tennessee  38105
                 Telephone:   901-525-8631
          The Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission
          advises, consults, contracts and cooperates with other State
          agencies, Federal agencies, other States, interstate agencies,
          local governments, industries and affected groups.

    B.   INTRASTATE

          In Mississippi, the control of air pollution  is a responsibility
          of the State, carried out by the Mississippi  Air and Water
          Pollution Control Commission.  The Commission may, however,
          request and receive assistance from  other State agencies.  Under
          normal operating conditions, the Commission maintains close
          working relationships with institutions of higher learning
          within the State and with the following State agencies:
          State Board of Health, State Game and Fish Commission,  State
          Board of Water Commissioners, State  Oil and Gas Board,
          State Plant Board, State Marine Conservation  Commission,
          Mississippi Wildlife Federation, Agricultural and Industrial
          Board, State  Geological  Survey, State Parks Commission,
          State Forestry Commission, State Highway Department.  Under
          emergency conditions, the Commission, in addition, maintains


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 MISSISSIPPI
    II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

       B.  INTRASTATE (cont.)

             close contact with the Mississippi Highway Patrol, Civil
             Defense and the U.S. Weather Bureau at Jackson, Mississippi,
             to aid in detection of air pollution problems and evacuation
             of persons from problem areas.

             The Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission
             works closely with local governments in investigating citizen
             complaints which have been referred by local governments to
             the appropriate District Office of the Commission for follow-
             up.

   III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

       A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Act, as amended,
           1971 Cum. Supp. to Mississippi Code 1942 Anno., Recompiled
           Vol. 5A, as 7106-111 - 7106-136.

           For Interstate Environmental Compact Act, see  Id.  §§ 7106-161
           7106-162.
       B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
Statutory Authority
 Responsible Agency
Citation 3/
Plans and Programs

1.  Develop comprehensive State
    air pollution control plans
    and programs

2.  Conduct studies, Investigations
    and research

Regulation

3.  Adopt regulations


4.  Adopt emission standards


5.  Adopt emission limitations
6.  Prevent construction, modifi-
    cation, or operation of
    stationary sources
Mississippi Air and Water
Pollution Control Commission
(MAWPCC)

MAWPCC
MAWPCC
MAWPCC
MAWPCC
MAWPCC
§7106-116(b)
87106-116(e)
887106-115(a)
  7106-116(g)(h)

§§7106-115(a)
  7106-116(g)(h)

§§7106-115(a)
  7106-116(g)(h)

§§7106-116
  7106-118(a)
J/  All references are to Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control
         cited    under General Authority
                              Act,

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    MISSISSIPPI
   III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE
       B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
 Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation
 Regulation (Continued)

 7.   Issue permits for construc-
     tion of new sources

 8.   Issue permits for operation of
     new sources

 9.   Grant variances

 Surveillance and Compliance

10.   Obtain compliance information


11.   Inspect and conduct tests


12.   Require record keeping

13.   Require periodic reports
14.  Require emission monitoring
     devices

15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
     trative orders
 Emergency Action

16.  Take special prompt action
     in air pollution emergencies

 Enforcement

17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
     lations, standards, and admin-
     istrative orders
18.   Seek injunctive relief
MAWPCC
MAWPCC
MAWPCC


MAWPCC


MAWPCC

MAWPCC


MAWPCC


MAWPCC
MAWPCC
 State Attorney General,
 District  and County
 Attorneys
 State Attorney General
 District and County
 Attorneys


 127
§§7106-116
  7106-118(a)

§§7106-116
  7106-118(a)
§§7106-116
  7106-118

§§7106-116
  7106-122

§7106-122

§§7106-116
  7106-122

17106-116
§§7106-116
   7106-118
   7106-120
   7106-128
 §7106-123
 §§7106-115
   7106-116
   7106-127
   7106-128

 §7106-127(a)

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                               NORTH CAROLINA
 North Carolina Board of
 Water and Air Resources
	2J
                                                                   II
                                         Air Control Advisory Council
                          North  Carolina  Department of Natural  and  Economic  Resources
                                 Secretary
                                                                Water  and Air Quality
                                                                  Control Committee
                                         Office of Water and Air Resources
                                                     Air Quality Division
I/  For composition of Council see p. 129
2J  For composition of Board see p. 129
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NORTH CAROLINA

   Air  Control Advisory. Council

        9'Members, appointed by Governor to  serve at his pleasure
        Qualifications
            1  registered professional  engineer
            1  municipal government
            1  county  government
            1  public  health
            2  industry
            1  agriculture
            1  licensed physician
            1  practicing biologist
        Secretary, Assistant Director, North Carolina  Board  of  Water and
        Air Resources, ex  officio                 .
   North Carolina Board of Water and Air Resources
            13 Members appointed by Governor for staggered 6 year terms
            Chairman, designated by Governor from at-large members to serve
            for period fixed by Governor
            Qualifications
              1 licensed physician
              1 from State or local Board of Health
              1 agriculture ^
              1 licensed engineer  .
              1 experienced in State fish and wildlife activities -'
              1 knowledgeable ineround water industry—''
              5 public-at-large —
              1 industry representative with experience in industrial air
               and water pollution control
              1 from municipal or county government
            Director, appointed by Board with approval of Governor to serve at
            pleasure of Board
                Qualifications
                 Well Qualified engineer, experienced and knowledgeable in water and
                 air resource management
            Assistant Director, appointed by Board with approval of Governor
                Qualifications
                 Registered North Carolina engineer, well qualified and knowledgeable
                 in water and air pollution control
     In these categories,employees,  officers or  representatives  of any  industry or political
     subdivision which may  fall under  the Jurisdiction or be directly  affected by the Board
     are disqualified for appointment  to the Board.
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                                                                                                  l
I. STATE AGENCIES                                                                                 j

   Air Control Advisory Council                                                                   I
       Chairman, Samuel Gray Jones, Jr., Ashville                                                 |
       Members:                                                                                    !
        James Blackwell, Route 1, Yanceyville                                                     ,
        Dr. David A. Fraser, Chapel Hill                                                          |
        Lex Honeycutt, Wilson                                                                     \
        Dr. William M. Nicholson, Durham                                                          ,
        Dr. Glenn Ray Noggle, Raleigh                                                             |
        Kester A. Sink, Mount Airy                                                                |
        John V. Schweppe, Shelby                                                                  :
        Harry Vanderlinden, Hickory                                                               j
        Secretary,                                                                                !
 *  North Carolina Board of Water and Air Resources                                               i

         P.O.  Box 206                                                                             i
         Broadway                                                                                 j
         North Carolina  27505                                                                    ;
         Telephone:   919-258-6421
         Chairman, S. Vernon Stevens, Jr., Broadway
         Vice Chairman, P.  Greer Johnson, Ashville
         Members:
           P.  D. Davis, Durham
           Hugh  L. Merritt, Mount Airy
           J.  Nelson Gibson, Gibson
           Joseph E. Thomas, Vanceboro
           Wayne Mabry, Badin
           Lee L. Powers, Lake Lure
           J.  Aaron Prevost, Waynesville
           Dr. Robert A.  Ross, Chapel Hill
           W.  Grady Stevens, Shiloh
           Raymond S. Tolton,  Raleigh
           Glenn M.  Tucker, Carolina Beach
         Director George E. Pickett
         Assistant Director

    North Carolina Department  of Natural and Economic  Resources

         P.O.  Box 27687
         Raleigh, North Carolina  27611
         Telephone:   919-829-3006
         Secretary, Charles Bradshaw
                Office  of  Water and Air  Resources
                   Director,
                   Assistant  Director,  E.  C.  Hubbard
                               Air  Quality Division
                               Chief, W. E. Knight

*0£ficlal State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
 administer Federal funds.          130

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 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE

          North Carolina routinely exchanges information with the air pollution
          control agencies of Georgia, South Carolina,  Tennessee and Virginia
          and cooperates with these agencies in the development of emergency
          episode procedures.  The information exchanged includes air quality,
          emission inventory, and source construction data,  regulations and
          standards.

          The North Carolina Board of Water and Air Resources, with the approval
          of the Governor, may consult with qualified representatives of
          adjoining States regarding the establishment  of air pollution control
          regulations of mutual interest.  These regulations become binding
          upon approval by the General Assembly of North Carolina.

    B.  INTRASTATE

          North Carolina encourages local governments to handle air pollution
          problems within their respective jurisdictions and authorizes the
          State Board of Water and Air Resources to provide  local governments
          with technical and consultative assistance.  Pursuant to § 143-215.3(11)
          of the North Carolina Water and Air Resources Act, counties and
          municipalities are authorized to establish, administer and enforce local
          or regional air pollution control programs subject to approval,
          certification and continuing surveillance by  the State Board of Water
          and Air Resources.  Local ordinances, regulations  and standards must
          be compatible with or more strict than State  law,  standards and regulations/
          Where local programs are inadequate, the State may reassert control.  The
          State may also assume and retain jurisdiction over certain classes of
          contaminant sources. "At present, the State regulates the following air
          contaminant sources:  public utility power plants, motor vehicles,
          chemical manufacturing plants and pulp and paper plants.

      Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution  Control Agencies

          Unifotm Air Pollution Control Program
          County Office Building.          (Alexander, Burke, Caldwell and Catawba Counties',
          Newton, North Carolina  28658
          Telephone:   704-464-1066
          Chairman, W. M.  Mebane,  M.D.
          Director, Larry 0. Fox

          Western North Carolina Regional Air Pollution Control Agency

          (Buncombe and Haywood Counties)
          P.O. Box 7607
          Courthouse
          Asheville,  North Carolina  28807
          Telephone:   704-252-1032
          Director, Ronald Boone
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     Names. Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies (cont.)

     Cleveland County Air Pollution Control Agency

     Air Pollution Control Center
     Cleveland County Health Department
     315 Grover Street
     Shelby, North Cardinal 28150
     Telephone:  704-482-5232 or 487-3511
     Administrator, Richard G. Steeves
     Director, James B. Spears

     Craven County Health Department
     403 George Street
     New Bern? North Carolina  28569
     Telephone:  919-637-3121
     Health Director, Dr.  Verna Y. Barefoot

      Cumberland County Air Pollution Control Agency

      Cumberland County Health Department
      515 Person  St-
      P.O.  Box 470
      Fayetteville, North Carolina  28302
      Telephone:  919-483-9016
      Health Director, Carl W. Hammer, M.D.
      Director, Environmental Health, Lacy Williams, Jr., R.S.


      Durham County Air Pollution Control Agency
      300 E. Main St.
      Durham, North Carolina  27701
      Telephone:  919-682-8176 X54
      Director, 0. L. Ader, M.D.
      Assistant Director, E. Wade Copeland

      Forsyth County Air Pollution Control Agency
      3030 Trenwest Drive
      Suite D
      Winston-Salem, North Carolina  27103
      Telephone:  919-765-7956
      Director, Robert R. Fulp

      Gaston County Air Pollution Control Agency

      Gaston County Health Department
      Box 819
      Gastonia, North Carolina  28052
      Telephone:  704-864-4331
      Health Director, Dr. B. M. Drake
      Air Hygienist II, M. G. Lindler

      Guilfofd County Air Pollution Control Agency

      Guilford County Department of Public Health
      300 E. Northwood St.
      Greensboro, North Carolina  27401
      Telephone:  919-275-0911
      Health Director,  Sarah T.  Morrow, MvD.
      Director of Environmental Health, Owen  R.  Braugnier
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    Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies (cont.)

        Mecklenburg County Air Pollution Control Agency

        Mecklenburg County Health Department
        1200 Blythe Blvd. ;
        Charlotte, North Carolina  28203
        Telephone:  704-374-2162
        Director of Health, Maurice Kamp, M.D.
        Director, Environmental Management
           and Engineering, Thomas W. Bivens
        Air Hygienist, William L. Dentler


        Rowan County Air Pollution Control Agency

        Rowan County Health Department
        1216 W. Innes Street
        Salisbury, North Carolina  28144
        Telephone:  704-633-0411
        Director, Herbert L. Hawley
        Air Pollution Control Coordinator, William F. Beitman
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  NORTH CAROLINA
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          The North Carolina Water and Air Resources Act, as amended, General
        Statutes of North Carolina, (N_C.G.S.) 1971 Cum. Supp., Vol. 3C,
        Ch. 143, Art. 21, Part 1, §§ 143-211 - 143-215.10, Water and Air Quality
        Reporting Act of 1971, Jd,   Part 7, §§ 143-215.63 - 143.215.69.

          For Executive Organization Act of 1971, see General Statutes of
        North Carolina (N.C.G.S.), 1971 Cum. Supp., Vol. 3C, Ch. 143A,
        State Government Reorganization, especially Art. 12, §§ 143A-109,
        143A-110, 143A-119, 143A-120, 143A-121.

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation-'
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
           air pollution .control plans
           and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investigations
           and research
  Regulation

      3.   Adopt regulations
      4.  Adopt emission standards
      5.  Adopt emission limitations
North Carolina Board of
Water and Air Resources
(NCBWAR) 51

NCBWAR
NCBWAR, with advice from
Air Control Advisory
Council (ACAC) 5/
NCBWAR with advice from
ACAC  5/
NCBWAR with advice from
ACAC  5/
     All references are to 1971 Cum.  Suop., Vol 3C, N.C.G.S.
     cited under General Authority,
     For comparable local authority see       § 143-215.3(a)(11).
                                        134
§§ 143-211
   143-215(a)
   (1)

§§ 143-215(a)
   (2)
   143-215.3
   (a) (8)
   143-215.3
   (b)
§§ 143-214 (e)
   (j)
   143-215
   143-215.3
   (a) (1)
   143-215.68

l§ 143. 214 (e)
   (j)
   143^215
   143-215.3
   143-215.68

§§ 143-214 (e)
   (j)
   143-215
   143-215. 3 (a
   (i)
   143-215.68

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NORTH CAROLINA
  B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
      Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
         4/
Citation -
Regulation  (Continued

    6.  Prevent construction, modifi-      NCBWAR  5/
         cation, or operation of
         Stationary sources

    7.  Issue permits for construction     NCBWAR  J>/
         of new sources
    8.  Issue permits for operation        NCBWAR \5/
         of new sources
    9.  Grant variances                    NCBWAR  5/
                           §§ 143-215. l(bHe)
                              143-215.2
                              143-215.8

                           §§ 14 3-215 (b He)
                              143-215.2
                              143-215.6

                           §§ 143-215. l(bXe)
                              143-215.2
                              143-215.6

                           § 143-215.2
Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance information      NCBWAR  _5/
   11.  Inspect and conduct tests
   12.  Require record keeping
   13.  Require periodic reports
   14.  Require emission monitoring
         devices
NCBWAR  5/
NCBWAR  5/
NCBWAR  5/
NCBWAR
§§ 143-215.3(a)(2)
   (7)
   143-215.65
   143-215,66

§§ 143-215.3(a)(2)
   143-215.65
   143-215.66

§§ 143-215.3(a)(2)
   143-215.65
   143-215.66

§§ 143-215(a)(4)
   143-215.3(a)(2)
   143-215.65
   143-215.66
   143-215.68

1§ 143-215(a)(4)
   143-215.3(a)(2)
   143-215.65
   143-215.66
    For comparable local authority  see
  § 143-215.3(a) (11).
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  B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
      Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation
Surveillance and Compliance (Continued)

   15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
         trative orders

Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
         in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
         lations, standards, and admin-
         istrative orders
   18.  Seek injunctive relief
NCBWAR 5/
NCBWAR
Asst. Director of Dept. o
Natural and Economic
Resources with approval
of Director and con-
currence of Governor 5/
State Attorney General
at request of NCBWAR I/
§§ 143-215.2
   143-215.3(a)(111
g 143-215.3(a)(12)
Director of Asst.
Director of NCBWAR
                                                               5/
li 143-214(g)
   143-215.2
   143-215.3(a)(5)
   (7)
   143-215.6
   143-215.8
   143-215.69

p 143-215.8
5/  For comparable local authority   see    | 143-215.3(a)(11)
                                       136

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                                                   SOUTH CAROLINAI/
                                             POLLUTION CONTROL AUTHORITY
                                                 txecutive Director
                                                Selected by Authority
                         Personnel |-
                 Public Information |-
                                                      Administrative Services
                                                      Flans  & ADF
    |  Water Pollution Control Division |    [ Solid Waste Management Division
    I
Compliance
  Branch
Jaboratory
Services
Engineering
  Branch
                                            PjCA Permit
                                          Control Branch
                                                           Air Pollution Control Division
            Engineering
            & Technical
                                                                  APPROVAL
          District 1
          Greenville
    District 2
    Lancaster
           District 3
           Florence
District 4
Charleston
       Inspection &
       Enforcement
Analytical
  & Data
                                                                                                                       CO
District 5
Columbia
        I/For composition see page 138

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                      SOUTH CAROLINA
               POLLUTION CONTROL AUTHORITY
Thirteen members
Chairman - elected annually by members

Ex officio

     Director, South Carolina Water Resources Commission
     State Health Officer
     Executive Director, South Carolina Wildlife Resources
       Department
     Director, Department of Parks, Recreation and Tourism
     Director, State Development Board
     Executive Director, State Soil and Water Conservation Commission

Appointed by Governor and confirmed by State Senate for staggered
 4 year terms

     One member from each Congressional District
     One member-at-large
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                          SOUTH CAROLINA


 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *  South Carolina Pollution Control  Authority

         Owen Building,  1321 Lady Street
         P.O. Box 11628
         Columbia, South Carolina  29211
         Telephone:  803-758-2966
         Members:

          Chairman, Robert W. Turner, Charleston
          Ben N. Miller, M.D., Columbia
          J.  Frank Mixson, Georgetown
          Jack E. Powers,  Simpsonville
          William M. Brice, Jr., York
          John F. Andrews, Ph.D., Clemson
          C.  Marion Shiver, Jr., Camden

         Ex-officio

          E.  Kenneth Aycock, M.D., Columbia
          James W. Webb, Columbia
          Clair P. Guess, Jr., Columbia
          Bob Hickman,  Columbia
          John W. Parris, Columbia
       '   J.  Bonner Manly, Columbia
         Executive Director,  Hubert  J. Webb,  Ph.D.
         Chief, Air Pollution Control Division,  William G.  Crosby

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE
         The South Carolina Pollution Control Authority cooperates
         with other State agencies, Federal agencies and other States
         with respect to pollution control matters and the formulation
         of interstate pollution control compacts or agreements.  The
         Authority exchanges information and data on regulations,
         standards, ambient air quality and new sources with air
         pollution control agencies in other States (Georgia and North
         Carolina).
   B. INTRASTATE
         The South Carolina Pollution Control Agency is responsible
         for air pollution control throughout the State.  However,
         counties are authorized, subject to approval and periodic
         review by the South Carolina Pollution Control Authority,
         to establish, administer and enforce local air pollution control
         programs which comply with State standards and procedures.
    Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept
    and administer Federal funds.

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SOUTH CAROLINA
 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    B.  INTRASTATE (cont.)

          Unsatisfactory local programs may be invalidated by the
          Authority.  Local authorities with approved programs may
          exercise the powers specified in the Pollution Control Act.
          However, the authority to issue permits has been retained by
          the South Carolina Pollution Control Authority.   Local
          authorities are required to secure the approval of the
        .  Authority and the State Attorney General before instituting
          formal legal actions.

      Nanes, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

           Charleston County
               Charleston County Health Department
               334 Calhoun Street
               Charleston, South Carolina  29401
               Telephone:  803-723-9251
               Director, Cecil F. Jacobs, M.D.
               Director, Air Pollution Control, E. R. Davies
           Greenville County

               Greenville County Air Pollution Control Board
               200 University Ridge
               Greenville, South Carolina  29601
               Mailing address:  P.O. Box 2507
                                 Greenville, South Carolina  29602
               Telephone:  803-242-6160
               Chairman, James H. Ward
               Secretary, Mrs. William F. Reagan

               Greenville County Health Department
               200 University Ridge
               Greenville, South Carolina  29601
               Mailing address:  P.O. Box 2507
                                 Greenville, South Carolina  29602
               Telephone:  803-242-6160 X40
               Director R.W. Penick, M.D.
               Air Pollution Supervisor, R. T. Hanna

           Spartenburg County

               Spartanburg County Pollution Control Authority
               Executive Director,
               Spartanburg Citizens Advisory Committee on Environmental Pollution

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     SOUTH CAROLINA
      II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

         B.   INTRASTATE  (cont«)

                City of  Columbia

                    Air  Pollution Control Advisory Board
                    City of Columbia
                    1737 Main Street
                    Columbia, South Carolina 29201
                    Telephone:   803-765-1041
                    Chairman, Gilbert T. Perry

                    City of Columbia
                    Department  of Building and Inspections
                    1737 Main Street
                    Columbia, South Carolina  29201
                    Telephone:   803-765-1041
                    Air  Pollution Control Officer,  James M.  Norton

     III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

         A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

               South Carolina Pollution Control Act, Code of Laws at
             South Carolina 1962, 1971 Cum. Supp. Vol. 12, Ch. 2.2, §§63-195
             63-195.36.
         B.  SPECIFIC
Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation ±!
Plans and Programs

1.  Develop comprehensive State
    air pollution control plans
    and programs

2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
    and research

Regulation

3.  Adopt regulations

4.  Adopt emission standards


5. • Adopt emission limitations
South Carolina Pollution
Control Authority
(SCPCA)

SCPCA
§63-195.8(9)
^63-195.8(6)
SCPCA

SCPCA


SCPCA
§63.195.6

§§63-195.7
  63-195.9

§§63-195.7
  63-195.9
 2J  All references are to South Carolina Pollution Control Act cited under General
     Authority.
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      SOUTH  CAROLINA
       III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

          B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES  (cont.)
            Statutory Authority
  6.  Prevent  construction, modifi-
     cation,  or  operation of
     stationary  sources

  7.  Issue  permits  for construc-
     tion of  new sources
 8.   Issue permits  for  operation  of
      new  sources



 9.   Grant variances

 Surveillance and Compliance

 10.   Obtain  compliance  information
 11.   Inspect  and  conduct  tests
 12.   Require  record keeping
13.  Require periodic reports

14.  Require emission monitoring
     devices

15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
     trative orders
Emergency Action

16.  Take special prompt action
     in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement

17.   Enforce applicable laws, regu-
     lations, standards, and admin-
     istrative orders
     Responsible Agency
 SCPCA
 SCPCA
 SCPCA
 SCPCA
 SCPCA
 SCPCA


 SCP.CA




 SCPCA

 SCPCA


 SCPCA
SCPCA with concurrence
of Governor; Executive
 Director of SCPCA
SCPCA and .State Attorney
General

 142
   Citation
§§63-195.8(5),(10)(24!
  63-195.13
  63-195.14

1163-195.8(5)(24)
  63-195.13
  63-195.14
§§63-195.8(5)(24)
  63-195.13
  63-195.14

§63-195.17
  i63-195.8(l)(10)(20)
   (22) (23),  63-195.13
   63-195.21
   63-lf5.34
§§63-195.8  (6)(10)(20
   (22) (23)

§§63-195.8(5)(10)(20)
   (22) (23)
  63-195.13
  63-195.34

§163-195.8(5)(14)

§63-195.8(5)(14)
 ^§63-195.8(3)(5)(11)
   (24)
  63-195.15
  63-195.16
  63-195.25
 ^63-195.32
§§63-195.8(1)(4)(11)
  63-195.24
  63-195.25
  63-195.35

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   SOUTH CAROLINA
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)_.
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation^/
  18,  Seek injinactive relief
SCPCA and State Attorney
General
88 63-195.8(4)
   63-195.24
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                           TENNESSEE
             Tennessee Air Pollution Control Board
 Chairman, Commissioner of Tennessee Department  of  Public  Health,  ex officio
 Vice Chairman, elected annually by members
 Director, State Planning Commission, ex officio
 10 members appointed by Governor for staggered  A year terms
 Qualifications:
       1 from air pollution control training program in Tennessee
        institution.of higher learning -
       1 selectea from nominees submitted by Tennessee Conservation League
       1 registered professional engineer
       1 licensed physician
       1 engaged in agriculture, conservation or directly related field
       1 engaged in private manufacturing management
       1 county judge or county executive officer
       1 engaged in municipal government
       2 from Tennessee industry with technical  air pollution control experience
Technical Secretary, Director of Air Pollution Control Division of
Tennessee Department of Public Health, ex officio
             Tennessee Department of Public Health
                         Commissioner
               Division of Air Pollution Control
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                                   TENNESSEE
 I.   STATE AGENCIES
         Tennessee Air Pollution Control  Board

         C2-212 Cordell Hull  Building
         Nashville,  Tennessee  37219
         Telephone:   615-741-3931
         Chairman, Eugene W.  Fowinkle,  M.D.
         Vice Chairman
         Members
         Technical Secretary,  Don P.  Roberts
     s
 *   tennessee Department of Public Health

         Division of Air Pollution Control
         C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
         Nashville, Tennessee  37219
         Telephone:  615-741-3931
         Director, Harold Hodges

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE

         The Department of Public Health represents Tennessee in matters
         pertaining to air quality control regions and in planning and
         negotiating interstate compacts relating to air pollution.

         Tennessee has entered into interstate air pollution:control
         agreements with adjoining States.  These agreements, which establish
         joint committees, provide for interstate cooperation in planning,
         information exchange  (including information relating to legislation
         and regulations, emission and air quality standards and data) optimum
         data utilization, complaint referral and coordinated emergency
         controls.

     Alabama-Tennessee Air Pollution Control Committee

         Alabama
           Director  (or his designee)
           Alabama Air Pollution Control Commission
           Room 311, State Office Building
           Montgomery, Alabama  36104
           Telephone:  205-269-7634/7635


                                         t-cy with authority to ace.pt and
                                      145

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      II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
.'ENNESSEE
         A.  INTERSTATE (cont.)

                 Technical Secretary (or his designee)
                 Tennessee Air Pollution Control Board
                 C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
                 Nashville, Tennessee 37219
                 Telephone:  615-741-3931
           Statement of Intent to cooperate in 4ir Unlliifion control efforts
           between Tennessee and Kentucky.
               Tennessee
                 Technical Secretary (or his designee)
                 Tennessee Air Pollution Control Board
                 C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
                 Nashville, Tennessee 37219
                 Telephone:  615-741-3931
               Kentucky
                 Director (or his designee)
                 Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
                 275 East Main Street
                 Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
                 Telephone:  502-564-3382
         Tennessee-Virginia Air Pollution Control Committee
                 Technical Secretary (or his designee)
                 Air Pollution Control Board
                 C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
                 Nashville, Tennessee 37219
                 Telephone:  615-741-3931
               Virginia

                 Director (or his designee)
                 State Atr--Pollution Contra! Board
                 Ninth Street Office Building
                 Richmond, Virginia  23219
                 Telephone:  703-770-2378/3248

              Arkansas-Mississippi-Tennessee-Memphis-Shelby County Committee

                   Arkansas
                      Director (or his  designee)
                      Arkansas Pollution Control  Commission

                   Mississippi
                      Director (or his  designee)
                      Air and  Water Pollution Control  Commission
                      P.  0.  Box 827
                      Jackson,  Mississippi  39205
                      Telephone:   601-354-6783
                   Tennessee
                      Technical Secretary (or his designee)
                      Air Pollution Control Board
                      C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
                      Nashville,  Tennessee  37219
                      Telephone:   615-741-3931
                   Memphis-Shelby County
                      Director of Air Pollution Control  (or his designee)
                      Division of Pollution Control
                      Memphis-Shelby County Health Department

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          B.   INTRASTATE
TENNESSEE     	
                In Tennessee,  responsibility  for air pollution control  is  shared
                between the State and local governments.   The latter are encouraged
                to handle air  pollution problems within their respective jurisdictions
                and may request technical assistance from the Tennessee Department
                of Public Health.  The Tennessee Air Pollution Control  Board issues
                certificates of exemption to  local  governments which have  enacted
                and are able to enforce local air pollution control  ordinances  and
                regulations consistent with,  and not less stringent  than,  State law
                and regulations.   Pursuant to these certificates,  which are  issued
                subject to the preemptive power of  the  State and  to  periodic State
                review, local  governments are exempt from the requirements of State
                law and regulations and exercise exclusive responsibility  for air
                pollution control within their jurisdictions.

          Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

                Chattanooga-Hamilton County

                       Chattanooga-Hamilton County  Health Department
                       Air Pollution Control  Bureau
                       Room 201,  City Hall Annex
                       Chattanooga, Tennessee 37402
                       Telephone:  615-267-6681
                       Acting  Director, Herbert L.  Parr
                       Chattanooga-Hamilton County  Air  Pollution  Control Board
                       (Same address as above)
                       Chairman,  Marion Barnes, Ph.D.
                       Vice Chairman, Jesse Adams,  M.D.
                Knox County

                       Knox County Air Pollution Control  Department
                       307 Locust St.
                       Building C
                       City Park  Hall
                       Knoxville,  Tennessee  39702
                       Telephone:   615-522-0191
                       Director,  Martin L.  Johnson

                Memphis-Shelby County

                       Memphis-Shelby County  Health Department
                       814 Jefferson Ave.
                       Memphis, Tennessee 38105
                       Telephone:   901-525-86 31
                       Director,  George Lovejoy, M.D.
                       Director,  Pollution Control, John  Phillips

                Nashville-Davidson County

                       Nashville-Davidson County Health Department
                       311 23rd Ave., North
                       Nashville, Tennessee  37203
                       Telephone:  615-327-9313
                       Director of Health,  Joseph M. Bistowish, M.D.
                       Director,  Air Pollution Control  Division, Paul J. Bontrager

                   Metropolitan Board of Health for Nashville and  Davidson County
                   (Same  address  as above)           .,
                   Chairman, Otto Billig,  M.D.          '
                   Director of Health,  Joseph M. Bistowish,  M.D.

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   TENNESSEE
III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Tennessee Air Quality Act,  as amended,  Tennessee Code Annotated
        (T.C.A.),  1971 Cum*  Supp.  Title 53,  Chapter 34,  §§ 53-3408 - 53-3423.

    B-  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
           air pollution control
           plans and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investiga-
           tions, and research
  Regulation

      3.   Adopt regulations




      4.   Adopt emission standards




      5.   Adopt emission limitations
      6.  Prevent construction, modifi-
           cation, or operation of
           stationary sources

      7.  Issue permits for construc-
           tion of new sources
      8.  Issue permits for operation
           of new sources
      9.  Grant variances


  Surveillance and Compliance

     10.  Obtain compliance information
Tennessee Department of
Public Health (TDPH)
TDPH
Tennessee Air Pollution
Control Board (TAPCB)
TAPCB
TAPCB
TAPCB
TAPCB
TAPCB
TAPCB
TDPH and Technical Secy.
T.C.A.
§ 53-3412(b)(i;
T.C.A.
I 53-3412(B)
  (4)(7)
T.C.A.
I 53-3412 (A)
(D(3)
53-3412(C)

T.C.A.
§ 53-3412 (A)
(1U/
53-3412(C)
T.C.A.
I 53-3412 (A)
53-3412(C)

T.C.A.
§ 53-3412 (A)
(1)

T.C.A.
§ 53-3412 (A)
(1)

T.C.A.
§ 53-3412 (A)
(1)

T.C.A.
§ 53-3415 (C)
T.C.A.
I 53-3412(8)
  I/ Emissions from cotton gin and sawmill operations are exempted
  ~  from provisions or  Act.                 r                 ^
                               53-3414(C)
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      Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation
   11.  Inspect and conduct tests
   12.  Require record keeping
   13.  Require periodic reports
   14.  Require emission monitoring
         devices

   15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
         trative orders
Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
         in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
         regulations, standards,
         and administrative orders
   18.  Seek injunctive relief
TDPH and Technical Secy.
TDPH
TDPH
TAPCB and Technical Secy.
Technical Secretary;
Commissioner of Public Healtl
with concurrence of Technical
Secretary and approval of
Governor
TAPCB and TDPH with
assistance of State and
District Attorneys General
TAPCB or Commissioner ,
TDPH
T.C.A.
§§ 53-3412(8)
(2) (3);
53-3414(C)

T.C.A.
§§ 53-3412(8)
(2), (3);
53-3414(C)

T.C.A.
§§ 53-3412(8)
(2),(3);
53-3414(C)
T.C.A.
§ 53-3412(A)
(2)
53-3414(H)
53-3415(8)
T.C.A.
i 53-3414(G)
53-3416
53-3417
T.C.A.
§ 53-3412(A)
(4)
53-3412(A)(5)
53-3412(8)(8)
53-3419

T.C.A.
§ 53-3418
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REGION V
Illinois
Indiana
Michigan
Minnesota
Ohio
Wisconsin

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                                                 ILLINOIS
                                     ILLINOIS POLLUTION  CONTROL  BOARD
                                               \
                                ILLINOIS ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

                                Director, appointed  by Governor  and  confirmed
                                by  State Senate  for  two  year  term	
                      CONTROL DIVISIONS
DIVISION OF WATER
POLLUTION CONTROL
DIVISION OF NOISE
POLLUTION CONTROL
DIVISION OF LAND
POLLUTION CONTROL
DIVISION OF PUBLIC
WATER SUPPLIES
      [REGION l\

    4302 N. Main St.
    Rockford, Illinois
                                     I
                                        Five Members - Chairman, member of
                                          the Board designated by  the Governor
                                          to serve at his pleasure. Members,
                                          appointed by Governor &  confirmed
                                          by Senate for staggered  three year
                                          terms.  Qualifications:  technically
                                          qualified with no more than three
                                          from same political party. Hearing
                                          officers, employed by Board
                                          (licensed 111. attorneys.)
DIVISION OF AIR
POLLUTION CONTROL
   PERMIT SECTION]
                                              FACILITIES CERTIFICATION  SEC.)
                                               ITANDARDS SECTION]
                                                           SERVICE DIVISIONS
   HADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES]
   -{LABORATORY SERVICES)
   \-\LEGAL SERVICES]
                                              VARIANCE  SECTION I
                                              EPISODE  SECTION!
                                               SURVEILLANCE SECTIONJ
                                               PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT  SEC.J
                                          REGIONAL OFFICES
           [REGION 2J

     2121 West Taylor St.
     Chicago, Illinois
                                                                T
             [REGION3J

          4500 S. 6th St.  Rd.
          Springfield, IL
      [REGION 4]

115 A West Main
Collinsville, IL
                                                                1
      [REGION 5j

State Office Bldg.
Rt. 13 W.,Marion, IL
                              ILLINOIS INSTITUTE FOR ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY

                              Director, appointed by Governor  for three year  term

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                                  ILLINOIS


I.  STATE AGENCIES

*  Illinois Environmental Protection Agency

       2200 Churchill Road, Springfield, Illinois  62706
       Telephone:  217-525-3397
       Director, William L. Blaser


           Division of Air Pollution Control

                Address and telephone above
                Manager, John J,  Roberts,  M.D.

           Regional Offices

                See Organization Chart

   Illinois Pollution Control Board

       189 West Madison Street, Suite 900, Chicago, Illinois  60602
       Telephone:  312-793-3620
       Chairman, David P. Currie
   Illinois Institute for Environmental Quality

       189 West Madison Street, Chicago, Illinois  60602
       Telephone:  312-793-3620
       Director, Michael Schneider-man

*0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
 administer Federal funds and grants.
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 ILLINOIS
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
    A.  INTERSTATE
            Illinois cooperates fully with other States and with the
            United States in protecting the environment.  The Illinois
            Environmental Protection Agency represents Illinois in all
            interstate compact matters or other governmental arrange-
            ments relating to environmental protection.

            Illinois, Kentucky and Missouri have established a joint
            committee through which State air pollution control agencies
            can exchange information and data of common interest, coordinate
            their regulatory efforts and develop joint emergency procedures.
            The information exchanged includes laws, ordinances, regulations,
            proposed ambient air quality and emission standards, air quality
            monitoring and source emission data and complaint referrals.

            Illinois-Kentucky-Missouri Interstate Air Pollution Control Commission
                                                    I'
                 Illinois _/ joint representation^
                     Manager (or his designee)
                     Division of Air Pollution Control
                     Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
                     2200 Churchill Road
                     Springfield, Illinois  62706

                     Chairman (or his designee)
                     Illinois Pollution Control Board
                     189 West Madison Street
                     Chicago, Illinois  60602
                     Telephone:  312-793-3620

                 Kentucky
                     Director (or his designee)
                     Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
                     275 East Main Street
                     Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
                     Telephone:  502-564-3382

                 Missouri
                     Executive Secretary (or his designee)
                     Missouri Air Conservation Commission
                     P. 0. Box 1062
                     112 West High Street
                     Jefferson City, Missouri  65101
                     Telephone:  314-635-9145
  I/ Both the Board and the Agency receive notices.  The Agency
     represents Illinois for all other purposes.

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ILLINOIS
   A.  INTERSTATE (cont.)
           The Illinois Institute for Environmental Quality cooperates
           with the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency, the
           Illinois Pollution Control Board, the Illinois State Geo-
           logical Survey, the Illinois State Natural History Survey,
           the Illinois State Water Survey and with other Federal or
           State research agencies in selecting study projects.  The
           Institute also develops interdisciplinary environmental
           education programs in cooperation with the Illinois Board
           of Higher Education and educational institutions and sponsors
           annual environmental quality conferences.

           All State agencies are required to comply with the provisions
           of the Illinois Environmental Protection Act and the regulations
           adopted thereunder.  State agencies are required to submit
           annual environmental compliance reports and plans for proposed
           facilities to the Illinois Environmental Protection Agency.

   B.  INTRASTATE

           Illinois has established a unified state-wide environmental
           protection program for which the State and local governments
           have concurrent responsibility.  The State encourages and
           assists local governments to adopt and implement environmental
           protection programs consistent with the Illinois Environmental
           Protection Act.  State and local law enforcement officers are
           authorized to enforce-the Illinois Environmental Protection Act
           and regulations adopted thereunder.  Municipalities and sanitary
           districts are required by law to comply with abatement orders
           issued by the Illinois Pollution Control Board or the courts.

   Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air .Pollution Control Agencies

                 Bedford Park. Air Pollution  Control  fio«zd.
                 6700 78th Avenue
                 Bedford Park,  Illinois   60501
                 c/o Argo  Illinois Post Office
                 Telephone:    312-458-2975
                 Chairman, Richard W. Weeks

                 Bensenville  Pollution Control  Department
                 700 West  Irving  Park Road
                 Bensenville,  IL   60106
                 Telephone:    312-766-8200
                 Chairman, John D. Varble

                 City of  Chicago
                 Department  of Environmental Control
                 320  North Clark  Street
                 Chicago,  IL  60610
                 Telephone:    312-744-4070
                 Commissioner, H.W.  Poston

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ILLINOIS
                       Appeal Board of the City of  Chicago  Dept. of  Environmental  Control
                       Telephone:    312-744-4089
                       Chairman,  Norman Nachman

                       Crystal Lake Pollution Control Dept.
                       121 North Main Street
                       Crystal Lake, IL  60014
                       Telephone:    815-459-2020
                       City Manager, Alfred Roth
                       Pollution Control Officer,  Richard A.  Young

                       Cook County Environmental Control Bureau
                       Chicago Civic Center, Room 309
                       Chicago, IL  60602
                       Telephone:    312-321-7655
                       Administrator, Samuel G. Booras

                       East St. Louis Air Pollution Control
                       7 Collinsville Avenue
                       East St. Louis, IL  62201
                       Telephone:    618-874-2115
                       A.P.C. Officer, Joseph Iwasyszyn

                       Air Pollution Control Division
                       Department of Inspections & Permits
                       828 Davis Street
                       Evanston,  IL  60204
                       Telephone:    317-475-3100
                       Air Pollution Inspector, Howard Splett

                       Granite City Air Pollution Control Board
                       2301 Adams Street
                       Granite City, Illinois  62040
                       Telephone:


                       Village of  McCook
                       Air Pollution Control Board
                       50th and Glencoe  Avenue
                       McCook,  IL   60525
                       Telephone:    312-477-1231
                       Chairman, Henry Plesha

                       Quad City Area Regional  Air  Pollution  Control Agency
                       1504 Third  Avenue
                       Rock Island,  IL  61201
                       Telephone:    309-794-0345
                       Director, Marshall  R.  Monarch

                       Will County Health  Department
                       501 Ella Avenue
                       Joliet,  IL   60433
                       Telephone:    815-729-8490
                       Health Officer, Herbert  S. Miller
  III.  STATUTORY  REFERENCE

        A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY
                 Environmental Protection Act, Smith-Kurd Illinois Annotated
            Statutes (S.H.A.), 1972 Cum. Ann. Pocket Part, Ch.  111%,§§  1001-1051.
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ILLINOIS
   B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation-'
Plans and Programs

   1.  Develop comprehensive State
       air pollution control plans
       and programs
   2.  Conduct studies, investi-
       gations, and research

Regulation

   3.  Adopt regulations


   4.  Adopt emission standards


   5.  Adopt emission limitations
   6.  Prevent construction, Modi
       fication, or operation of
       stationary sources

   7.  Issue! permits for con-
       struction of new sources

   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources

   9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

  10.  Obtain compliance
       information

  11.  Inspect and conduct tests
Illinois Pollution
Control Board (IPCB)
Illinois Environ-
mental Protection
Agency (IEPA), Illinois
Institute for Environ-
mental Quality (IIEQ)

IIEQ
§ 1002
IPCB


IPCB


IPCB


IPCB, IEPA



IPCB, IEPA


IPCB, IEPA


IPCB



IEPA, IPCB


IEPA: IPCB
§ 1006
8 1005(b),(c); 1016;
 1026;1027;1028

8 1005(b),(c); 1610;
 1026; 1027; 1028

8 1005(b),(c); 1010;
 1026; 1027; 1028

8 1004(g); 1009;
 1010(c)
8 1004(g); 1009;
 1010(c);1039;1040

8 1004(g); 1009;
 1010(c); 1039; 1040

8 1035 - 1038
8 1004(b),(c),(d),
 (e),(h);1005(e);1030

8 1004(b),(c),(d);
 1010(f)
 — All references are to Environmental Protection Act
   cited under General Authority*
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ILLINOIS
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation -
Surveillance & Compliance (Cont.)

  12.   Require record keeping

  13.   Require periodic reports
  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders

Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt action
       in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards &
       administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
IPCB

IPCB


IEPA, IPCB


IPCB
IEPA, IPCB, Illinois
Attorney General or
State's Attorneys
IPCB, All State and
local law enforce->
ment officers

Illinois Attorney
General or State's
Attorneys; all
persons adversely
affected upon denial
of relief by IPCB
8 i004; 1010(g)

8 1004; 1010(g),
1036(b)

8 1004(b); 1010(g)
8 1009; 1033
8 1010(e); 1034;
 1043
8 1004(e); 1009;
 1042; 1044
8 1043; 1045(b);
 1046
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                       INDIANA
                       GOVERNOR
        INDIANA ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT  BOARD

 11 Members  -  Chairman  and  Vice  Chairman  elected annually

  5 Ex Officio
     Secretary,  Indiana State Board  of  Health
     Director, Department of Natural Resources
     Director, Division of  Planning, Indiana
     Chairman, Air  Pollution Control Board
     Chairman, Stream Pollution  Control Board

 6 appointed by Governor for staggered  four year terms
     Two public            One  industrial
     One Municipal  gov't.   One  Labor
     One Agriculture
 Technical Secretary, Assistant  State Health  Commissioner
	for Environmental Health »  ex officio	
  STATE BOARD OF
       HEALTH
  STATE HEALTH
  COMMISSIONER
    Secretary
               AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

     7 Members, Chairman and Vice Chairman elected
      annually by members

     Ex officio member,  Secretary,  Indiana State
      Board of Health

     6 Members appointed by Governor for staggered
       four year terms

         Qualifications:
             One licensed physician
             One registered graduate engineer
             One agriculture
             One industry
             One municipal government
             One public
     Technical Secretary - qualified registered
      sanitary engineer  appointed by Secretary of
      State Board of Health from staff of'
      State Board of Health
  DIVISION OF AIR
LlPOLLUTION CONTROL
     Director
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                        INDIANA
     In Indiana, organization of environmental development
and control activities at the State level is in a process
of transition as a result of the enactment of the Environ-
mental Management Act, approved and effective February 16,
1972.  With respect to existing State organizations, this
act provides in part as follows:

      1.  The Air Pollution Control Board as now
          established is continued.

      2.  The powers and duties of the Air Pollution
          Control Board are not affected ". . .except
          as specifically altered or changed in. . .
          . . .or pursuant to. . ." the Environmental
          Management Act.

      3.  The Air Pollution Control Board shall continue
          to exercise all powers and perform all duties
          now imposed on it in the same manner as prior
          to the enactment of the Environmental Manage-
          ment Act, except as its powers and duties are
          modified by the Act.

      4.  Notwithstanding any provision of the Environ-
          mental Management Act, whenever a duty was
          imposed on or a power granted to the Air
          Pollution Control Board under provisions of
          laws existing prior to the Environmental
          Management Act, then such duty or power shall
          be exercised by the Air Pollution Control Board.

      5.  The Air Pollution Control Board is designated
          as the State air pollution control agency for all
          purposes of the Federal Clean Air Act, P.L.
          88-206, approved December 17, 1963, as amended.
          The Indiana Environmental Management Board and
          the Air Pollution Control Board are authorized
          to take all action necessary to secure to the
          State the benefits of the Federal Clean Air Act.

      6.  The Indiana Environmental Management Board may
          assign to either the Air Pollution Control Board
          or the Stream Pollution Control Board "the making
          of rules, regulations and standards in any area
          not now   provided  for by law,"(emphasis supplied)
          or  the Indiana Environmental Management "[B]oard
          may directly exercise such power until such time
          as a specific agency for the exercise thereof may
          be created."
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INDIANA
          The Environmental Management Act prescribes
          the procedure whereby powers and duties vested
          in the State Board of Health under the Indiana
          Air Pollution Control Act and staff of the
          State Board of Health may be transferred to the
          Indiana Environmental Management Board.  The
          instrument of transfer is "a written agreement
          of transfer, ratified by resolution of both
          boards and approved by the Governor."  Absent
          formal transfer pursuant to Chapter 6, Sections
          1 and 2 of the Indiana Environmental Management
          Act, the Act does not affect the powers, duties
          and authority of the Indiana State Board of
          Health in any manner.
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                                  INDIANA


I.  STATE AGENCIES

*  Air Pollution Control Board

       1330 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
       Telephone:  317-633-4420
       Chairman, A. C. Offutt, M.D. - ex officio
       Vice Chairman, John E. Clausheide
       Members:
          Dennis T. Karas
          Roy N. Leidner
          Harry E. Klepinger, M.D.
          Glenn W. Sample
          Richard G. Weldele
       Technical Secretary, Perry E, Miller

   Environmental Management Board
   State Board of Health

       1330 West Michigan Street, Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
       Telephone:  317-633-4273
       Secretary & State Health Commissioner, A. C. Offutt, M.D.
       Acting Assistant Commissioner for Environmental Health, Perry E. Miller
       Members:
           Don E. Bloodgood             Kenneth E. Bobb, M.D.
           3ehn 0. Butler, M.D.         Glenn L. Jenkins
           Francisco F. Levinson        Mrs. Eva H. Rosser
           Buert R. SerVaas             Owen L. Slaughter, MD.
           Raymond W. Worley, D.V.M.

         Division of Air Pollution Control

           Address and telephone above
           Director, Harry D. Williams


 Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept
 and administer Federal grants and funds.
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 INDIANA

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE
            Indiana has entered into interstate air pollution control
            agreements with adjoining States..  These agreements provide
            for interstate cooperation in planning, information exchange
            (including information relating to laws, ordinances, regu-
            lations, emission and air quality standards and data), com-
            plaint referrals and/ emergency plans and procedures.

            Indiana-Kentucky-Ohio Air Pollution Control Committee

                 Indiana
                     Technical Secretary (or his designee)
                     Indiana Air Pollution Control Board
                     1330West Michigan Street
                     Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
                     Telephone:  317-633-4273

                 Kentucky
                     Director (or his designee)
                     Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
                     275 East Main Street
                     Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
                     Telephone:  502-564-3382

                 Ohio

                     Chairman (or his designee)
                     Ohio Air" Pollution Control Board
                     450 East Town Street
                     Columbus, Ohio  43216
                     Telephone:  614-469-2390

            Indiana-Kentucky Interstate Air Pollution Control Committee

                 Indiana
                     Technical Secretary (or his designee)
                     Indiana Air Pollution Control Board
                     1330 West Michigan Street
                     Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
                     Telephone: 317-633-4273

                 Kentucky
                     Director (or his designee)
                     Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
                     275 East Main Street
                     Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
                     Telephone:  502-564-3382
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INDIANA          Michigan-Indiana Agreement for Intergovernmental Cooperation

                      Michigan
                          Michigan Department of Health
                          Division of Air Pollution Control
                          3500 North Logan Street
                          Lansing,' Michigan 48906
                          Telephone:  517-373-1410

                      Indiana
                          Indiana State Board of Health
                          1300 West Michigan Street
                          Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
                          Telephone:  317-633-4273

                          St. Joseph County Health Department
                          Division of Pollution Control
                          1419 S. Michigan Street
                          South Bend, Indiana  46613
                          Telephone:  219-287-2816

                 Metropolitan Cincinnati  Interstate Air Quality  Control  Region  -
                             Air  Pollution Control  Committee

                      Ohio
                          Chairman (or his designee)
                          Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
                          450 East Town Street
                          Columbus,  Ohio   43216
                          Telephone:   614-469-2390

                      Indiana
                          Chairman (or his designee)
                          Indiana Air Pollution Control Board
                          1330 West  Michigan Street
                          Indianapolis,  Indiana  46206
                          Telephone:   317-633-4273
                      Kentucky
                          Director (or his designee)
                          Kentucky Air Pollution Control  Commission
                          275 East Main Street
                          Frankfort,  Kentucky  40601
                          Telephone:   502-564-3382

                  The Indiana Environmental Management Board  represents  Indiana
                  in all interstate compact matters or other  governmental arrange-
                  ments relating  to  environmental protection.

                  The State Board of Health advises, consults and cooperates  with
                  other State agencies, Federal agencies, other  States,  local
                  governments, industries and affected groups.

          B.  INTRASTATE

                  Indiana has provided for a comprehensive, coordinated  long-term
                  statewide environmental development and control program designed
                  to provide for  the most beneficial use  of State resources and
                  to preserve, protect and enhance the quality of the environment.
                  The State and local governments share responsibility for carrying
                  out this program.   The Indiana Environmental Management Board
                  encourages and  assists  local governments to establish standards and devel-
                  op  programs and facilities for air pollution control which comply
                  with minimum State requirements or standards.   After public hearing
                  the Board may order local governments to form regional air pollution
                  control districts.  All State and local law enforcement officers
                  are authorized  to enforce the Indiana Environmental Management
                  Act and regulations adopted thereunder.    163

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INDIANA
           All State agencies are required to report to the Indiana
           Environmental Management Board, for purposes of review and
           coordination, any plans or activities which may affect the
           environment of the State.

           The State Board of Health also assists local governments on
           air pollution matters and encourages local governments to
           handle air pollution problems within their respective juris-
           dictions.  Local governments may enact and enforce local air
           pollution control ordinances consistent with or more strict
           than State law.  Where local enforcement is inadequate the
           Air Pollution Control Board may take appropriate action to
           enforce applicable provisions of State law.

       Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

                        Anderson Air Pollution Control Department
                        P. 0. Box 2100, Anderson, Indiana  46011
                        Telephone:  317-646-5770
                        Director, Jack Hoenstine

                        Department of Air Quality Control
                        4525 Indianapolis Blvd.
                        East Chicago, Indiana  46312
                        Telephone:  219-398-4200 Ext. 276
                        Director, Dennis T. Karas

                        Air Pollution Control Department
                        City of Evansville
                        Safety and Administration Building, Room 207
                        Civic Center Complex, Evansville, Indiana  47708
                        Telephone:  812-426r5595 ,.
                        Direttor, John E. Clausheide
                        Air Pollution Control Division
                        City of Gary
                        3600 W. Third Ave., Gary, Indiana  46406
                        Telephone:  219-944-6445
                        Director, Joel A. Johnson

                        Department of Air Pollution Control
                        5925 Calumet Ave., Hammond, Indiana  46320
                        Telephone:  219-931-3330  Ext. 223
                        Chief, Ronald L. Novak

                        Indianapolis Bureau of Air Pollution Control
                      v Room 2401 City-County Building
                        200 East Washington Street, Indianapolis, Indiana  46204
                        Telephone:  317-633-3800
                        Director, Lewis F. Scott
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  INDIANA
                          Lake  County Health Department
                          209 W. Joliet  Street
                          Crown Point, Indiana  46307
                          Telephone:   219-663-0473
                          Commissioner,  A.  F. Gregoline, M.D.
                          Air Pollution  Control Division
                          100 W. Sixth Street
                          Michigan  City,  Indiana   46360
                          Telephone:   219-872-3337
                          Director, Gary  Walsh, M. D.
                          Porter County  Health Department
                          552 West  Lincolnway
                          Valparaiso, Indiana  46383
                          Telephone:  219-462-0538
                          Administrative Assistant, Robert Mefford

                          Division  of Pollution Control
                          St. Joseph County Health Department
                          1419  S. Michigan  Street
                          South Bend, Indiana  46613
                          Telephone:  219-287-2816
                          Director, Louis E. How,  M.D.
                          Director, Pollution Control Division,  Thomas  B.  Stout
                          Division  of Air Pollution Control
                          Vigo  County Health Department
                          120 S. Seventh Street
                          Terre Haute, Indiana  47807
                          Telephone:  812-232-2148
                          Director, Mark Sutton  (Division)

                          Wayne County Health Department
                          Courthouse, Room  113
                          Richmond, Indiana 47374
                          Telephone:  317-962-6033
                          Health Officer, Francis  B. Warrick,  M.b.

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE                     ,

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Indiana Air Pollution  Control  Law, as amended,  Burns Annotated
         Indiana Statutes and 1971  Cumulative  Pocket  Supplement, Title 35,
         Ch. 46, 88 35-4601- 35-4610 (1C 1971,  88  13-1-1-1  - 13-1-1-10)!/
         Illinois-Indiana Air Pollution  Control Compact,  Burns Annotated
         Indiana Statutes and 1971  Cum.  Pocket  Supp., Title 35,  Ch. 46,
         88 35-4621 - 35-4624,  (1C  1971, 88 13-5-7-1  -  13-5-7-4)!/  Indiana
         Environmental Management Law,  1972 Laws,  Regular Session, pp.  245 -
         268 (S.B. 100), approved and effective February  16, 1972.  This law   .
         adds new Article 7, Environmental  Management,  to 1C 1971, Title 13. —'

  —  Reference to parallel citation in  Indiana Code  of  1971 which became
     effective January 22, 1971.
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INDIANA

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
                                   INDIANA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL  LAW
                                       INDIANA ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT LAW
  Statutory Authority
 Responsible Agency
    Citation L>
 Responsible Agency
  Citation  I/
  Plans and Programs

  1.  Develop comprehensive State
      air pollution control plans
      and programs

  2.  Conduct studies, investi-
      gations, & research

  Regulation

  3.  Adopt regulations
  4.  Adopt emission standards
   5.  Adopt  emission limitations
   6.   Prevent  construction, modi-
       fication,  or  operation of
       stationary sources

   7.   Issue  permits for con-
       struction  of  new sources
                                       Indiana Environmental
                                       Management Board
                                       (IEMB)
State Board of Healtl
(SBH)
Air Pollution Contro]
Board (APCB)
APCB
APCB
APCB
APCB
835-4604(B)(2)
(1C 1B-1-1-4)
88 35-4604 (A) (3)
(1C 13-1-1-4) ;35-
4609 (13-1-1-5)

8 35-4604 (A) (2),
(3), (1C 13-1-1-
4)

8 35-4604 (A) (2),
(3), (1C 13-1-1-
8 35-4604 (A) (3),
(1C 13-1-1-4) By
Regulation

8 35-4604 (A) (3),
(1C 13-1-1-4) By
Regulation
IEMB; Air Pollution
Control Board (APCB)
IEMB, APCB
IEMB, APCB
IEMB, APCB
IEMB, APCB
                                         Ch. 1, 8 1
                                         Ch. 3, 8 l(a)
Ch. 3, 8 l(b)
Ch. 5, 8 l(c),(e)
Ch. 7 .

Ch. 3, 8 l(b)
Ch. 5, 8 l(c),(e)
Ch. 7

Ch. 3, 8 l(b)
Ch. 5, 8 l(c),(e)
Ch. 7

Ch. 4, 8 l(a)(f)
Ch. 10
                                                              Ch. 10
I/All  references  are to Burns Annotated Indiana Statutes cited under General Authority; parallel
  references  to Indiana Code of 1971 (1C) follow immediately in-parentheses.
I/All  references  are to Indiana EnvironmentalManagement Law described under General Authority and
  are  cited by Chapter and section

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INDIANA

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES  (cont.)

Statutory Authority
Regulation Cont .
8. Issue permits for opera-
tion of new sources
9. Grant variances
Surveillance 6 Compliance
10. Obtain compliance
information
11. Inspect & conduct tests
12. Require record keeping
13. Require periodic reports
14. Require emission
monitoring devices
15. Issue enforceable adminis-
trative orders
INDIANA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL LAW
Responsible Agency

APCB
APCB
APCB, SBH
SBH
APCB
APCB
APCB
APCB
Citation *J

8 35-4604 (A) (3),
(1C 13-1-1-4) By
Regulation
8 35-4604 (A) (3)
(1C 13-1-1-4)
8 35-4604 (A) (1),

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INDIANA
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES  (cont.)
                                   INDIANA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL LAW
                                       INDIANA ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT LAW
  Statutory Authority
 Responsible Agency
                                                                 Citation ±J
                    Responsible Agency
                          Citation
  Emergency Action

 16.  Take special prompt action
      in air pollution
      emergencies
        Enforcement
i-«
oo      17.   Enforce applicable laws,
            regulations, standards, &
            administrative orders
 18.  Seek injunctive relief
Governor, following
determination & re-
quest from Technical
Secretary, APCB, and
Secretary, SBH; State
Attorney General at
request of Governor.
                                  APCB
B 35-4605
(1C 13-1-1-7)
State Attorney Gen-
eral at request of
Governor.
8 35-4604(A)(A)
(1C 13-1-1-4);
8 35-4607
(1C 13-1-1-9)

B 35-4605
(1C 1301-1-7)
Governor, following
determination & re-
quest from Secretary
of Indiana State Board
of Health in concert
with Technical Secre-
tary, IEMB.
                                       IEMB, APCB, State and
                                       local law enforcement
                                       officers and agencies
IEMB, APCB
                                                                                                     Ch. 12
                       Ch. 4
                       Ch. 5, 8 1(1)
                       Ch. 13
                                                                                                     Ch. 13, 8 l(a)
2/A11 references are to Burns Annotated Indiana  Statutes  cited  under General Authority; parallel
  references to Indiana Code of 1971  (1C) follow immediately  in parentheses.
.I/All references are to Indiana Environmental Mangement Law described under General' Authority and
  are cited by Chapter and section .                   _  -

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                                                  MICHIGAN
                                                 JGOVERNOR]
                          MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF
                             PUBLIC  HEALTH
                                Director
                      BUREAU OF INDUSTRIAL HEALTH &
                          AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
                                Director
    DIVISION OF TECHNICAL
    SUPPORTING SERVICES
         Chief
                                                  AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COMMISSION

                                      Nine Members
                                        Three ex officio
                                         Chairman, Commissioner of Health, or his deputy
                                         Director of Conservation, or his deputy
                                         Director of Agriculture, or his deputy
                                        Six appointed by Governor & confirmed by State
                                         Senate for staggered three year terms
                                         Qualifications:
                                          State citizens
                                          Two - industrial management (one, registered
                                                                            engineer)
                                          Two - local government (one, air pollution
                                                                       control officer)
                                          Two - public (one, licensed physician)
                      DIVISION OF AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
                                  Chief
LABORATORY
ANALYSIS
EQUIPMENT
MAINTENANCE
&
CALIBRATION
                                                                      ISNALYTICAL
                                                                       SERVICES
Sample     Sampler
 analysis   calibra-
            tion
           Equipment
            procure-
            ment
District
 activities
Complaint
 evaluation
Abatement
 programs
Local agency
 liaison
Public
 relations
Sampling
 activities
Permit
 system
Tax
 exemption
Emission
 inventories
Special
 programs
Surveillance
 fee
Air monitor-
 ing network
Data
 processing
Dispersion
 modeling
Community
 studies
Source
 sampling
Meteorological
 forecasts
Sample
 analysis
Sampler
 calibration
Sampling
 procedure
 development
Equipment
 procurement
Legal counsel
Public
 education &
 information
Secretarial
 & clerical
 duties

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                                MICHIGAN

  I..  STATE AGENCIES

     Michigan Department of Public Health

        3500 North Logan Street
        Lansing, Michigan  48906
        Telephone:  517-373-1320
        Director, Maurice S. Reizen, M.D.
           Bureau of Industrial Health & Air Pollution Control
              Address above
              Telephone:  517-373-1410, 517-373-7573
              Director, John C. Soet

                 Division of Air Pollution Control

                    Address above
                    Telephone:  517-373-1410
                    Chief, Lee E. Jager

      District Offices

           District 1
           District 2
           District 3

           District 6

           Districts 4, 5, 7, 8 and 9


               Offices have not yet been established,
  *  Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission

       3500 North Loan Street, Lansing, Michigan  48906
       Telephone:  517-373-1410
       Chairman, John C. Soet
       Members:
*  Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept
   and administer Federal granst and funds.

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 MICHIGAN
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE

            The Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission cooperates with
            Federal agencies, other States,  interstate and international
            agencies with respect to air pollution control and formulation
            of interstate air pollution control compacts or agreements for
            submission to the State legislature.

            Michigan has developed working arrangements with Ohio and
            Indiana and with the Air Management Branch of the Province
            of Ontario, Canada, which provide for the development of an
            effective episode avoidance plan and for the exchange of
            data and information on emissions, air quality, legislation,
            regulations, standards, new or modified facilities, complaints
            and abatement programs.

 Metropolitan Toledo Interstate Ait; Quality Control Region Agreement

            Michigan
                 Michigan Department of Public Health
                 Division of Air Pollution Control
                 3500 North Logan St., Lansing, Michigan  48906
                 Telephone:  517-373-1410

            Ohio

                 Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
                 450 East Town St., Columbus, Ohio  43216
                 Telephone:  614-469-2390

                 City of Toledo  Pollution Control Agency
                 26 Main Street, Toledo, Ohio  43605
                 Telephone:  419-255-1500

        Michigan-Indiana Agreement for Intergovernmental Cooperation

            Michigan
                 Michigan Department of Health
                 Division of Air Pollution Control
                 3500 North Logan St., Lansing, Michigan  48906
                 Telephone:  517-373-1410

            Indiana
                 Indiana State Board of Health
                 1330 W.Michigan St., Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
                 Telephone:  317-633-4273
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MICHIGAN
           Indiana  (cont.)
                St. Joseph County Health Department
                Division of Pollution Control
                1419 S. Michigan St., South Bend, Indiana  46613
                Telephone:  219-287-2816

       Pursuant to a Resolution of August 17, 1971, the Governor of
       Michigan and the Premier of the Province of Ontario established
       a continuing committee to develop an integrated cooperative
       .program for the abatement of transboundary air pollution.
       Members are:

           Michigan
                Michigan Department of Public Health
                Division of Air Pollution Control
                3500 North Logan St., Lansing, Michigan  48906
                Telephone:  517-373-1410

                Wayne County Health Department
                Air Pollution Control Division
                1311 East Jefferson Ave., Detroit, Michigan  48207
                Telephone:  313-224-4650

           Ontario
                Ontario Department of Environment
                Air Management Branch
                880 Bay Street, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
                Telephone:  416-365-5068
   B.  INTRASTATE
           In Michigan, responsibility for air pollution control is shared
           between the State and local agencies.  In the exercise of its
           overall responsibility, the State, in cooperation with local
           agencies, conducts a comprehensive air pollution control program
           in all areas of the State except Wayne County where State re-
           gulations have been suspended to permit Wayne County to administer
           and enforce its own program.  In other localities, both State and
           local regulations remain in effect; local regulations may be
           more strict than State law and regulations.  The Air Pollution
           Control Commission counsels and advises local governments and
           may preempt local enforcement authority where the latter is
           inadequate.
                                  172

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   MICHIGAN
      Names,  Addresses,  and  Officials  of  Local Air  Pollution Control Agencies
                  Flint  Air  Pollution Control  Division
                   1101  S.  Saginaw St.,  Flint, Michigan
                   Telephone:   313-238-5641
                   Supervisor,  Richard Ceilings
                   48502
                  City of Grand Rapids
                   City Hall,  Room 403,  Grand  Rapids, Michigan
                   Telephone:   616-456-3158
                   Inspector,  Richard  Olson
                          49503
                  Macomb County Health Department
                   43525 Elizabeth Road,  Mt.  Clemens,  Michigan  48043
                   Telephone:   313-465-2161
                   Director, Leland C. Brown,  M.D.,  M.P.H.
                   Director, Environmental  Health Division, Merlin  E.  Damon,  M.S.
                  Air Pollution Control Section
                   Muskegon County Health Department
                   County Bldg., Terrace St.,  Muskegon,  Michigan  49440
                   Telephone:   616-726-4711

                  Wayne County Air Pollution  Control Division
                   Wayne County Health Department
                   1311 E. Jefferson Ave.,  Detroit,  Michigan   48207
                   Telephone:   313-224-4650
                   County Health Director,  John S. Stock
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
      A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

              Air Pollution Act, as amended,  Michigan Compiled Laws Annotated
          (M.C.L.A.) and 1972 Cum.  Annual Pocket Part, Ch. 336, 88 336.11 -
          336.36.  Act to provide for exemption of air pollution control
          facilities from certain taxes, M.C.L.A. and 1972 Cum. Ann. Pocket
          Part, 88 336.1 - 336.8.

      B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
      Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
    Citation^/
   Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

   i'All references are to Air Pollut
  Michigan Air Pollution
  Control Commission
  (MAPCC)
8 336.15(k)
on Act cited under General Authority,
                                      173

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MICHIGAN
Statutory Authority
Plans and Programs Cont.
2. Conduct studies, investi-
gations, and research
Regulation
3. Adopt regulations
4. Adopt emission standards
5. Adopt emission I limitations
6. Prevent construction,
modification, or operation
of stationary sources
7 . Issue permits for con-
struction of new sources
8. Issue permits for opera-
tion of new sources
9. Grant variances
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance
information
11. Inspect & conduct tests
12. Require record keeping
13. Require periodic reports
14. Require emission
monitoring devices
15. Issue enforceable
administrative orders
Emergency Action
16. Take special prompt
action in air pollution
emergencies
Responsible Agency

MAPCC


MAPCC
MAPCC
MAPCC
MAPCC


MAPCC !

MAPCC

MAPCC

MAPCC

MAPCC
MAPCC
MAPCC
MAPCC

MAPCC


Commissioner of
Health

I/
Citation ~

8 336.15(0)


88 336. 15 (a), 336.17
88 336.15(a), 336.17
88 336. 15 (a), 336.17
By regulation pursuant
to 8 336.15(a),(g)

By regulation pursuant
to 8 335. 15 (a), (g)
By regulation pursuant..
to 8 336.15(a),(g)
88 336.30 - 336.33

88 336.15, 336.18
336.20, 336.21
8 336.15 (h),(i)
8 336.15(a),(g)
88 336.15(a),(g),336.25
8 336.15(a),(g)

88 336.15(e), 336.22,
336.23

88 336.24, 336.26


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MICHIGAN
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
             21
   Citation  -
Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards &
       administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
  MAPCC
  MAPCCl/
88 336.15(f),(g),(j)
 336.26, 336.27,
 336.29

88 336.26, 336.27
2/
—  Under the Thomas J. Anderson, Gordon Rockwell Environmental Protection
   Act of 1970 (M.C.L.A., 1972 Cum. Ann. Pocket Part, 88 691.1201 - 691.1207.)
   actions for declaratory or equitable relief for the protection of air, water
   and other natural resources may be brought by the State Attorney General,
   MAPCC, State and local agencies, persons, organizations, and other legal
   entities.
                                   175

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           MINNESOTA
           IGOVERNORI-
                             MINNESOTA POLLUTION CONTROL AGENCY

                     Chairman, elected by members
                     Nine members,  appointed by Governor and confirmed by
                      State Senate  for staggered four year terms
                      Qualifications:
                       Broadly representative of skills and experience
                       necessary to effectuate policy of Minnesota
                       Pollution Control Agency Law.  Not officers or
                       employees of Federal or State government.
                       One - agriculture
                       No more than two - local government or municipal
                        employees;  not members of management board of
                        municipal sanitary sewage disposal system
                     Executive Director and Secretary, appointed by
                      Governor and  confirmed by State Senate for four
                      year term to  coincide with term of Governor.	
        X
DIVISION OF AIR QUALITY
        Director
AIR QUALITY CONTROL
REGION LIAISON

ENGINEERING AND
ENFORCEMENT
Chief

	 1 	
CLERICAL
SERVICES

TECHNICAL SERVICES
AIR MONITORING &
DATA EVALUATION
HEAT & POWER
GENERAT. PLANTS


PROC. PLANTS
EMISSION INVEN.


CHEMICAL
INDUSTRY


SOURCE
EMISSION
TESTING
                     ICONTINUOUS MONITORING!
IDATA ANALYSIS!
                     IINST.  CALIB.  CHEMIST]
                                              [STATEWIDE MONITORING}

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                                  MINNESOTA
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *   Minnesota Pollution Control Agency

         717 Delaware Street,  S.E., Minneapolis, Minnesota   55440
         Telephone:  612-378-1320
         Chairman,  Howard A. Anderson,  M.D.
         Members:
         Executive Director & Secretary,  Grant J.  Merrltt

             Division of Air Quality

                  Address and telephone above
                  Director, Edward M.  Wiik

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     A.  INTERSTATE

         }    The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency cooperates with other
             State agencies, Federal agencies, other States and local
             governments.

     B.  INTHASTATE

             State agencies are required to cooperate with the Minnesota
             Pollution Control Agency and may be ordered to do so by the
             Governor.

             The Minnesota Pollution Control Agency has complete responsi-
             bility for air pollution control within the State.  However,
             local governments may continue to operate local air pollution
             control programs as long as those programs are consistent with
             the State program.  Local governments may either enact local
             legislation or adopt State regulations by reference.  Local
             governments may set stationary source emission regulations more

 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer Federal funds; the Executive Director is the State agent for
  this purpose.
                                   177

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 MINNESOTA


       B.  INTRASTATE (cont.)

                stringent than State regulations, but may not adopt air quality
                standards more stringent than State standards.  By contract, the
                Minnesota Pollution Control Agency may delegate its administrative
                powers to local governments.

       Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

                    Air Pollution Control Division
                    Department of Inspections
                    220 Grain Exchange, Minneapolis, Minnesota  55415
                    Telephone:   612-330-2637
                    Director, Department of Inspections, Donald A, Erickson
                    Supervisor, Air Pollution Control, Robert L. Lines

                    Department of Environmental Services
                    2215 W. Old Shakopee Rd., Bloomington, Minnesota  55431
                    Telephone:   612-881-5811
                    Director, Environmental Services, Robert Mood

                    Richfield Health Department
                    6700 Portland Ave.
                    Richfield, Minnesota  55423

                    St.  Louis Park Health Department
                    5005 Minnetonka Blvd.,  St.   Louis Park,  Minnesota  55416
                    Telephone:   612-920-3000
                    Director, Harvey J.  McPhee

                    Air  Pollution Control Division
                    Public Utilities Department
                    City of St.  Paul
                    100  E. 10th St., St. Paul,  Minnesota  55101
                    Telephone:   612-223-4366
                    Commissioner, Leonard Levine
                    Director, Arthur J.  Robert

                    St.  Cloud Health Department
                    111  S. Fourth Ave.,  St. Cloud, Minnesota  56301
                    Telephone:   612-251-5541  Ext. 60
                    Air  Pollution Control Officer, Cleon LeMont

                    St.  Louis County Health Department
                    504  E. Second St.,  Duluth,  Minnesota  55805
                    Telephone:   218-727-8661
                    Executive Officer.  Arvid Hough1urn, M.D.
                    Environmental Health Director, Kenneth Van Ess
                    Olmsted County Health Department
                    415  Fourth St., S.E., Rochester, Minnesota  55901
                    Telephone:   507-282-3861
                    Public Health Engineer, William P. Pobiete,  P.E.
                    Public Health Sanitarian, Robert D. Rossi

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

      A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

               Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Law, as amended, Minnesota
          Statutes Annotated (M.S.A.) and 1972-1973 Cum. Ann. Pocket Part,
         §§ 116.01 - 116.11.
                                      178

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MINNESOTA
    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY  (cont.)

        Minnesota Environmental Rights Act, M.S.A., 1972-1973 Cum. Ann.
        Pocket Part, 88 116B.01 - 116B.13.  Tax exemption for property
        used primarily for the abatement and control of air pollution,
        M.S.A. and 1972-1973 Cum. Ann. Pocket Part, 8 272.02.  Tax credit
        for equipment to prevent air pollution, M.S.A.,1972-1973 Cum. Ann.
        Pocket Part 8 290.06(9).

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
   Statutory Authority
lesponsible Agency
  Citation^
                                                                       I/
Plans and Programs

    1.  Develop comprehensive State
        air pollution control plans
        and programs

    2.  Conduct studies, investiga-
        tions, and research

Regulation

    3.  Adopt regulations

    4.  Adopt emission standards

    5.  Adopt emission limitations

    6.  Prevent construction, modi-
        fication, or operation of
        stationary sources

    7.  Issue permits for con-
        struction of new sources

    8.  Issue permits for opera-
        tion of new sources

    9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance
        information
  Minnesota Pollution
  Control Agency (MPCA)
  MPCA
  MPCA

  MPCA

  MPCA

  MPCA



  MPCA


  MPCA


  MPCA



  MPCA
8 116.10
8 116.09
8 116.07

8 116.07

8 116.07

88 116.07(4a),
 116.081


8 116.07(4a)


8 116.07(4a)


8 116.07(5)
8 116.091,
 116.07(4)
.i/All references are to Minnesota Pollution Control Agency Law cited
  under General i
                                     179

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MINNESOTA
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
  Citation -
Surveillance and Compliance Cont,

  11.  Inspect & conduct tests


  12.  Require record keeping


  13.  Require periodic reports
  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders

Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt action
       in air pollution
       emergencies

Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards, &
       administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
  MPCA
  MPCA
  MPCA
  MPCA
  MPCA
  MPCA
  Attorney General or
  County attorney at
  request of MPCA

  Attorney General or
  county attorney at
  request of MPCA?.'
88 116.091,
 116.07(4)

88 116.091,
 116.07(4)

88 116.091,
 116.07(4)

8 116.07(4)
8 116.07
8 116.11
88 116.08
 116.081
8 116.08
21
— Under the Minnesota Environmental Rights Act (M.S.A. 1972-1973 Cum. Ann
  Pocket Part, 88 116B.01-116B.13) actions for declaratory or equitable
  relief for the protection of air, water, land and other natural resources
  may be brought by the State Attorney General, MPCA, State and local agencies,
  persons and organizations.
                                    180

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                                                          OHIO
                                                        [GOVERNOR)
                                                           JL
                                               tDHio DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH|
                                             [BUREAU OF ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH)
                                                   [AIR POLLUTION UNIT]
                                                   ,       I           '
                                                   [ENGINEER-IN-CHARGE]
  oo
                    OHIO AIR POLLUTION CONTROL BOARD

                   Five members
                     Two ex  officio
                      Chairman, Director of Health or his
                       authorized representative
                      Vice Chairman,  Director of Development,
                       or his authorized representative
                     Three appointed  by Governor and confirmed
                      by State Senate for staggered three year
                      terms
                      Qualificatlons:
                       One - municipal corporation
                       One - industry •— One - agriculture
                                                                                   ECUTIVE  SECRETAR
                                                   EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT]
   [MANAGEMENT SERVICES)   JTECHNICAL SERVICESl    |LOCAL SERVICES!
 PUBLIC
DELATIONS
AIR QUALITY
SURVEILLANCE
DATA
PROCESSING
                        IENGR. LAB FIELD)
         IFIELD  ENFORCEMENT}   [ENGINEERING SERVICES)
[DISTRICT OFFICES!
                                                                 _L
                                                 INEDOI
                                            Cuyahoga Falls
         INWDO!       ISEDO!          ISWDC
       Bowling Green Nelsonville  Dayton

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                                OHIO

I.  STATE AGENCIES

    Ohio Department of Health

       450 E. Town Street
       Columbus, Ohio  43216
       Telephone:  614-469-4364
       Acting Director of Health, Dr. T.A. Gardner

         Bureau of Environmental Health

            1030 King Avenue
            Columbus, Ohio  43212
            Telephone:  614-469-4183
            Acting Chief, Dorothy Benning, R.N.

               Air Pollution Unit

                  1030 King Avenue, P. 0. Box 118
                  Columbus, Ohio  43212
                  Telephone:  614-469-2390
                  Engineer in Charge, Jack A. Wunderle

 *   Ohio Air Pollution Control Board

        450 E. Town Street
        Columbus, Ohio  43216
        Telephone:  614-469-2390
        Chairman, Dr. T. A. Gardner
        Members:
         Acting Executive Secretary,  C.  R.  Watkins


II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     A.  INTERSTATE

             The Ohio Air Pollution Control Board advises, consults, contracts
             and cooperates with governmental and private agencies.

             Ohio has entered into interstate air pollution control  agreements
             through which State air  pollution control agencies can  exchange
             information and data of  common: interest,  coordinate their regulatory
             efforts' and develop an interstate air quality surveillance network
             and joint emergency procedures.  The information exchanged relates
             to legislative and administrative matters,, proposed standards, air
             quality monitoring and source  emission data, progress reports on
             achievement of implementation  plan goals  and complaints.

 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer Federal grants.

                                     182

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    A.  INTERSTATE (cont.)

        Indiana-Kentucky-Ohio Air Pollution Control Committee

            Indiana
                Technical Secretary [or his designee]
                Indiana Air Pollution Control Board
                1330 West Michigan Street
                Indianapolis, Indiana  46206
                Telephone:  317-633-4273

            Kentucky
                Director [or his designee]
                Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
                275 East Main Street
                Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
                Telephone:  502-564-3382

            Ohio
                Chairman [or his designee]
                Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
                450 East Town Street
                Columbus, Ohio  43216
                Telephone: 614-469-2390

        Metropolitan Cincinnati Interstate Air Quality Control Region
                    Air Pollution Control Committee

            Ohio
                Chairman [or his designee]
                Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
                450 East Town Street
                Columbus, Ohio  43216
                Telephone:  614-469-2390

            Indiana
                Chairman [or his designee]
                Indiana Air Pollution Control Board
                1330 West Michigan Street
                Indianapolis, Indiana, 46206
                Telephone:   317-633-4273
            Kentucky
                Director [or his designee]
                Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
                275 East Main Street
                Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
                Telephone:  502-564-3382
                                   183

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QHIfl
 A.   INTERSTATE (cont.)

    Metropolitan Toledo Interstate Air Quality Control Region Agreement

        Ohio
            Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
            450 East Town Street
            Columbus, Ohio  43216
            Telephone:  614-469-2390

            City of Toledo Pollution Control Agency
            26 Main Street
            Toledo, Ohio  43605
           ' Telephone:  419-255-1500

        Michigan
            Michigan Department of Public Health
            Division of Air Pollution Control
            3500 North Logan Street
            tansing, Michigan  48914
            Telephone:  517-373-1410

    Huntineton (West VirainiaVAshland (KentuckvVPortsmouth - Ironton (Ohio)
         Interstate Mr Quality Control Region - Air Pollution Control
                              -_ Committee

        Oh-Ip
            Chairman [or his designee]
            Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
            459 East Town Street
            Columbus, Ohio  43216
            Telephone:   614-469-2390
        West Virginia
            Director [or his designee]
            West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission
            1558 Washington Street, East
            Charleston, West Virginia  25311
            Telephone:  304-348-3286

        Kentucky
            Director [or his designee]
            Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
            275 East Main Street
            Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
            Telephone:  502-564-3382
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OHIO

 A.   INTERSTATE  (cont.)

    Steubenville-Weirton-Wheeling InterstatenAir Quality Control Region -
                          Air Pollution Control Committee

        Ohio
            Chairman [or his designee]
            Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
            450 East Town Street
            Columbus, Ohio  43216
            Telephone:  614-469-2390

        West Virginia
            Director [or his designee]
            West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission
            1558 Washington Street, East
            Charleston, West Virginia  25311
            Telephone:  304-348-3286

    Parkersburg—Karietta Interstate Air Quality Control Regjon — Air
                             Pollution Control Committee

        Ohio
            Chairman [or his designee]
            Ohio Air Pollution Control Board
            450 East Town Street
            Columbus, Ohio  43216
            Telephone:  614-469-2390

        West Virginia
            Director [or his designee]
            West Virginia Air Pollution Control Commission
            1558 Washington Street, East
            Charleston, West Virginia  25311
            Telephone:  304-348-3286

    Northwest Pennsylvania-Youngstown, Ohio-Interstate Air Quality Control Region

                  (Interstate agreement currently under negotiation)


    B.  INTRASTATE

            Ohio has established a State-wide air pollution control program
            in which responsibility is shared by the State and local agencies.
            In carrying out its primary responsibility for the control of air
            pollution,  the State may delegate its monitoring and enforcement
            authority to local air pollution control agencies.  However, the
            State retains concurrent jurisdiction and ultimate enforcement
            authority with respect to these delegated functions.  Local
            governments may also establish, administer and enforce local air
            pollution control programs which are consistent with and not less
            stringent than State law and regulations.
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QHIp       Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

                Air Pollution Control
                177 South Broadway
                Akron, Ohio  44308
                Telephone:   216-375-2480
                Director, Louis E. Bunis
                Deputy Director, Norman Keckler

                Air Pollution Control Division
                Canton City Health Department
                Second Floor, City Hall, Canton, Ohio  44702
                Telephone:  216-455-8951
                Commissioner, Edward Arnold, M.D.
                Air Pollution Control Officer, Robert E. Pattison
                Division of Air Pollution Control
                2400 Beckman Street, Cincinnati, Ohio  45214
                Telephone:  513-421-5700  Ext 291
                Superintendent, E. D. Ermene

                Division of Air Pollution Control
                Department of Public Health & Welfare
                2735 Broadway Ave., Cleveland, Ohio  44115
                Telephone:  216-694-3310
                Director, Dr. E. Frank Ellis

                Division of Air Pollution Control
                1313. Chesapeake Ave., Columbus, Ohio  43212
                Telephone:  614-461-5630
                Chief Air Pollution Control Engineer, Charles R. DeVoss

                Ironton Air Pollution Control Agency
                2120 S. Eighth, Ironton, Ohio  45638
                Telephone:  614-532-2979
                Director, Charles V. Kouns

                Lake County Combined General Health District
                121 Liberty St., Painesville, Ohio  44077
               , Telephone:  216-352-0766
                Commissioner, Fred C. Kluth, M.D.
                Air Pollution Control Chief, Charles W.  Kohlerman
                Department of Air Pollution Control
                329 10th St., Lorain, Ohio  44052
                Telephone:  216-244-6718
                Air Pollution Control Officer, Robert L. Carney

                Middletown Division of Air Pollution Control
                1240 Central Ave., Middletown, Ohio  45042
                Telephone:  513-423-5771
                Air Pollution Control Officer, James C.  Hourihane, Jr.

                Montgomery County Health Department
                6175 W. Third St., Dayton, Ohio  45427
                Telephone:  513-268-1671
                Supervisor, Air Pollution Control, William M. Auberle

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  OHIO

      Local Agencies  (cont«)

          Portsmouth  City Health Department
          740 Second  St., Portsmouth,  Ohio   45662
          Telephone:   614-353-5153
          Health Commissioner, Air  Pollution Control,  T.  H.  Nichols
          Air Pollution  Control  Officer,  Walter  E.  Perry
          Department  of  Health,  City of Mansfield
          600 W. Third St.,  Mansfield,  Ohio   44906
          Telephone:   419-524-2333
          Health Commissioner: Harry WainA M.DS  _   ,,  ,    ,
          Air Pollution  Control  Officer,  Howard  E.  Woodward
          Steubenville Air Quality  Region
          City Annex  BlcfgV,  308  Market St.
          Steubenville,  Ohio  43952
          Telephone:   614-282-4561  Exts.21, 22
          Chief Control  Officer, Michael  M.  Marick

          Pollution Control Agency
          26 Main St., Toledo, Ohio 43605
          Telephone:   419-255-1500  Ext 445
          Director, Paul D.  Findlay

          Wood-Lucas  County Air  Pollution Agency
          541 W. Wooster St.,  Bowling  Green, Ohio   43402
          Telephone:   419-353-5081
          Air Pollution  Sanitarian, Richard  B. Motten

          Youngstown  Air Pollution  Control Agency
          7 W. Federal St., Youngstown, Ohio  44503
          Telephone:   216-744-8631, Ext.  266
          Air Pollution Control  Officer,  Walter  I.  Rauh
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

      A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

              Page's Ohio Revised Code Annotated and 1971 Supp., Title 37:
          Ch. 3704, Air Pollution Control, 88 3704.01 - 3704.11, 3704.99;
          Ch. 3706, Air Quality Development Authority, 88 3706.01 - 3706.21,
          3706.99.
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OHTO
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
Statutory Authority
Plans and Programs
1. Develop comprehensive State
air pollution control plans
and programs
2. Conduct studies, investiga-
tions, and research
Regulation
3. Adopt regulations

4. Adopt emission standards
5. Adopt emission limitations
6. Prevent construction, modi-
fication, or operation of
stationary sources
7 . Issue permits for con-
struction of new sources
8. Issue permits for opera-
tion of new sources
9. Grant variances
'•'i ' '
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance
information
11. Inspect & conduct tests

12. Require record keeping
Responsible Agency

Ohio Air Pollution
Control Board
(OAPCB)
OAPCB


OAPCB

OAPCB
OAPCB
OAPCB


OAPCB

OAPCB

OAPCB


OAPCB

OAPCB

OAPCB
Citation -^

8 3704. 03 (A)


8 3704. 03 (C)


88 3704.03(D),(E),(F),
(G),(K): 3704.04
8 3704. 03 (D), (E)
8 3704.03(0), (E)
8 3704.03 (F), (G);
3704.05

88 3704.03 (F) ;
3704.031; 3704.05
88 3704. 03 (G);
3704.031; 3704.05
88 3704. 03 (H)
3704.031

88 3704.03 (F),(G),(H),
(I),(J),(M); 3704.031
88 3704.03(J),(M);
3704.031
8 3704.03(1)
— All references are to Ch. 3704, Air Pollution Control, cited under
  General Authorityt
                                    188

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   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
                                                                         I/
Surveillance & Compliance  Cont.

   13.  Require periodic reports

   14.  Require emission
        monitoring devices

   15.  Issue enforceable admin-
        istrative orders

Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
        in air pollution
        emergencies

Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards &
        and administrative orders

   18.  Seek injunctive relief
  OAPCB

  OAPCB


  OAPCB
 Director  of  Health
  OAPCB
  State Attorney Gen-
   eral at  written
   request  of OAPCB
   or  Director of
   Health
8 3704.03(1)

88 3704.03(1);
 3704.031

8 3704.03(8)
8 3704.032
88 3704.03(8), (T);
 3,704.05; 3704.06;
 3>04.99

8 3704.06
                                    189

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                                                      WISCONSIN
vO
o
                                                        ERNOR &
                                                      EGISLATURE
                                              IHATURAL RESOURCES BOARD[-
        lAdvisory Boards!
               ^__
                                            [Department  of  Natural Resources!
AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
  ADVISORY COUNCIL
Chairman and other officers
 elected annually by members
Seven members - appointed by
 Governor for staggered three
 year terms
 Qualifications:
  Familiar with air pollution
   problems and control.
                                                                          WISCONSIN CONSERVATION CONGRESS
                                                                           (Authority:-Wisconsin 1972
                                                                            Laws,  Regular Session, Ch
                                                                            179  (A.B.  279) effective
                                                                            February 20,  1972)	
                                                                                  NATURAL RESOURCES COUNCIL
                                                                                      OF STATE AGENCIES
           _L
     DIVISION OF
     FORESTRY  &
     RECREATION
              DIVISION OF
              FISH,  GAME,
              & ENFORCEMENT
                                    _L
 DIVISION OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
 PROTECTION
DIVISION OF TRUST
LANDS & INVESTMENT
BUREAU OF AIR POLLUTION
CONTROL & SOLID WASTE DISPOSAL

BUREAU OF WATER &
SHORELAND MANAGEMENT

BUREAU OF WATER SUPPLY
& POLLUTION CONTROL

BUREAU OF STANDARDS
& SURVEYS
                   IR POLLUTION  CONTROL  SECTION
                            Chief
                              J_
     [AIR REGION MANAGEMENT GROUPJ
                             JAIR QUALITY SURVEILLANCE GROUP][ENFORCEMENT  GROUP)
                          FIVE DISTRICT  OFFICES

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                                 WISCONSIN
I.  STATE AGENCIES

*   Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources

        P. 0. Box 450,  Madison,  Wisconsin  53701
        Telephone:  608-266-3221
        Secretary, L.  P. Voigt

            Division  of Environmental Protection

                Same address and telephone as above
                Administrator, Thomas Frangos

            Bureau of Air Pollution Control & Solid Waste Disposal

                4610 University  Avenue,  Madison, Wisconsin  53705
                Telephone:   608-266-0924
                Director, Brooks Becker,M.D.

                   Air  Pollution Control Section

                      Address and telephone above
                      Chief, Douglas Evans

    Wisconsin Natural Resources Board

        John M. Potter,  Wisconsin Rapids, Wisconsin
        Daniel K. Tyler, Phillips, Wisconsin
        Gerald A. Rohlich, Madison, Wisconsin
        Stanton P. Helland, Wisconsin Dells, Wisconsin
        Roger C. Minahan, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
        Richard A.  Steam,  Sturgeon Bay, Wisconsin
        Charles Stoddard, Minong, Wisconsin
        Lester Voigt, Madison, Wisconsin
        John Beale, Madison Wisconsin
        Donald Mackle, Madison, Wisconsin

    Air Pollution Control Advisory Council

        4610 University  Avenue, Madison, Wisconsin  53705
        Telephone:  608-266-0924
        Chairman, William Lea, M.D.
        Members
* Official  State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer  Federal funds.
                                     191

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II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
     A.  INTERSTATE
             Wisconsin exchanges air quality and emission inventory data
             with Iowa, Minnesota and Illinois and provides States having air
             quality control regions in common with Wisconsin with data
             needed to implement air quality control plans.

             The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources advises, consults,
             contracts and cooperates with other State agencies,  Federal
             agencies, other States, interstate and interlocal agencies,
             local governments, industries, interested persons and groups.

     B.  INTRASTATE

             Wisconsin has established a comprehensive, integrated State-
             wide program to enhance the quality, management and  protection
             of the State's air, land and water resources in which responsibility
             is shared between the State and local governments.  The State
             encourages local governments to handle air pollution problems
             within their respective jurisdictions and on a regional basis
             and provides technical, consultative and training aid and
             assistance.  Subject to State approval, continuing State
             surveillance and assertion of State regulation and control if
             the local program is inadequate, counties may establish,
             administer and enforce local air pollution control programs
             compatible with and as strict as those imposed by State law
             and regulations (W.S.A. 8 144.41).  W.S.A. 8 59.07(85) authorizes
             counties to establish air pollution control departments and to
             adopt, administer and enforce ordinances and regulations to
             control emissions.  County air pollution control ordinances and
             regulations supersede existing municipal ordinances  and
             regulations.

     Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

             City of Beloit, Department of Health
             Municipal Center, Beloit, Wisconsin  53511
             Telephone:  608-364-4471
             Director of Sanitation, Stanley J. Goldschmidt

             Air Pollution Committee, Board of Supervisors
             Douglas County, Douglas County-Courthouse
             Superior, Wisconsin  54880
             Telephone:  715-394-0341
             Chairman, Edward Staek
             Air Pollution Control Officer, Alan E. Pederson
             Telephone:   715-394-0286
                                  192

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  WISCONSIN

    Local  Agencies  (cont.)
              Eau  Clare  City-County Health Department
              414  E.  Grand Ave., Eau Clare, Wisconsin  54701
              Telephone:  715-832-8331  Ext 45
              Director,  John A. Bacharach

              City of Green Bay
              100  N.  Jefferson, Green Bay, Wisconsin   54301
              Telephone:  414-437-7611  Ext.  265
              Inspector,  Al Steffens

              Madison Department of Public Health
              City-County Bldg., Rm. 507, Madison,  Wisconsin   53709
              Telephone:  608-266-4821
              Acting  Director  of Public Health, Thayer W.  Burnham

              Milwaukee  County Department.of  Air  Pollution Control
              9722 W. Watertown Plank Rd, Milwaukee, Wisconsin  53226
              Telephone:  414-771-3612
              Director,  Fred R. Rehm
                                        *
              Racine  County Air Pollution Control Department
              730  Wisconsin Ave.,  Racine, Wisconsin 53403
              Telephone:  414-634-6631
              County  Administrator, Gilbert  Berthelsen
              Director,  Martin F.  Whitehead

III.  STATUTORY AUTHORITY

      A.  GENERAL  AUTHORITY

              Wisconsin  Statutes Annotated  (W.S.A.) and  1972-1973 Cum. Ann.
          Pocket Part, Ch.  144,  88 144.30  -  144.42, 144.536,  144.537, 144.54,
          144.55,  144.56, 144.57.   For  Department of Natural  Resources, see
          W.S.A. 1972-1973  Cum.  Ann.  Pocket  Part, Ch.  15,  88  15.34,  15.341,
          15.343,  15.347.  See also:  Wisconsin Laws 1971,  Ch. 273 (A.B. 873)
          effective April 29,  1972,  relating to protection of environmental
          quality  as  a specific  consideration of  certain department  of natural resources
          proceedings; Wisconsin Laws 1971,  Ch. 274,   (A.B. 875), published
          April 28, 1972, relating to governmental consideration of  environ-
          mental impact.


      B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
       Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation^
  Plans and Programs

       1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs
  Department of Natural
   Resources  (DNR)
88 144.31 (l)(e)
 144.36 (l)(a)
  — All references are to Ch. 144, Wisconsin Statutes Annotated^
    cited under General Authority*

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WISCONSIN
   Statutory Authority
                                                                         II
Responsible Agency
   Citation
Plans and Programs

    2.  Conduct studies, investi-
        gations, and research

Regulation

    3.  Adopt regulations

    A.  Adopt emission standards


    5.  Adopt emission limitations


    6.  Prevent construction, modi-
        fication, or operation of
        stationary sources

    7.  Issue permits for con-
        struction of new sources

    8.  Issue permits for opera-
        tion of new sources

    9.  Grant variances

Surveillance, and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance
        information


   11.  Inspect & conduct tests

   12.  Require record keeping

   13i. Require periodic reports

   14.  Require emission
        monitoring devices

   15.  Issue enforceable
        administrative orders
  DNR
  DNR

  DNR


  DNR


  DNR



  DNR


  DNR
  DNR



  DNR

  DNR

  DNR

  DNR


  DNR
88 144.31(2)(d),
 144.36(l)(b)
8 144.31(1)(a)

88 144.31(1)(a)
 144.38(1)(a)

88 144.31(1)(a)
 144:38(1)(a)

8 144.39, 144.536
 144.57
8 144.39


8 144.39
88 144.31(2)(a),
 144.36(2), 144.38(1)(b),
 144.537

88 144.34, 144.54

88 144.36(2), 144.38

88 144.38(l)(b), 144.54

8 144.38(1)(b)
88 144.31(2)(b), 144.35,
 144.537, 144.56
                                 194

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WISCONSIN
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation ~
Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt
        action in air
        pollution emergencies

Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards &
        administrative orders

   18.  Seek injunctive relief
  Secretary, DNR
88 144.40, 144.536
  DNR, State Attorney
   General
  State Attorney
   General
88 144.31(2)(b)
 144.35, 144.536
 144.57

8 144.536
                                  195

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REGION VI

Arkansas
Louisiana
New Mexico
Oklahoma
Texas

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                                          Division of Air Pollution Control
 Engineering
   Services
                                                                    Division Attorney
         Administrative
            Services
                                Special
                                Studies
   Data
Processing
   Source
Surveillance
                                                                                                           J.
     Ambient Air
Qaulity Monitoring
en
3

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                                                       ARKANSAS
                                      Department of Pollution Control and Ecology
                                      Commission on Pollution Control and Ecology../
\o
oo
                                                  Assistant Director
                                                                 — Wastewater Treatment Operator License Committee
     Administration Section



Business  Project (Grant)  Secretarial  Property

 Office     Consultant     Assignments   Control
           Division of Environmental Preservation
     Division of Water Pollution
                              Specialized Services Section'



                Legal     Data    Drafting  Training     Public    Instrument

                      Processing                      Information  Servicing
Division of Air Pollution Control ,
   Cnief	  	
Division of Solid Waste
                                              Technical Services Section
                          Laboratory Services
                          Field Services
         For composition of Commission,  see Arkansas Statutes  Annotated,  1971 Cum.  Pocket.Supp., Title 82, Ch. 19,

         8 82-1903.

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                                   ARKANSAS
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *  Arkansas Department of Pollution Control and Ecology

         8001 National Drive
         Little  Rock, Arkansas   72209
         Telephone:  501-371-1701
         Director, S. Ladd Davies
            Division of Air Pollution Control

                8001 National Drive
                Little Rock, Arkansas  72209
                Telephone:  501-371-1136
                Chief, Jarrell  E.  Southall
     Commission on  Pollution Control  and  Ecology
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.   INTERSTATE

         The Arkansas Department of Pollution Control and Ecology advises,
         consults and cooperates with other State agencies,  Federal agencies
         other States, local governments,  industries and affected groups and
         represents the State in all interstate compact matters relating to
         air pollution control.

 *  Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and administer
    Federal funds.
                                    199

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 ARKANSAS



II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.   INTERSTATE (cont.)

         Arkansas, Louisiana,  Mississippi,  Oklahoma,  Tennessee and Texas
         have established informal interstate committees to facilitate
         the exchange of information and data on emissions, air quality,
         and control strategy development and to aid  in the solution of
         mutual problems.


     1      Arkansas-MississippirTennessee-Memphis-Shelby County Committee

               Arkansas
                  Director (or his designee)
                  Arkansas Pollution Control Commission
               Mississippi
                  Director (or his designee)
                  Air and Water Pollution Control Commission
                  P. 0. Box 827
                  Jackson, Mississippi  39205
                  Telephone:  601-354-6783

               Tennessee
                  Technical Secretary (or his designee)
                  Air Pollution Control Board
                  C2-212 Cordell Hull Building
                  Nashville, Tennessee  37219
                  Telephone:  615-741-3931

               Memphis-Shelby County
                  Director of Air Pollution Control (or his desighee)
                  Division of Pollution Control
                  Memphis-Shelby County Health Department
           Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma
                                    200

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ARKANSAS
     II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

        B.   INTRASTATE

              In Arkansas,  the  State  has  sole  responsiblity  for air pollution control
              and abatement.  Local governments are prohibited from enacting and
              enforcing  local air  pollution control laws, ordinances and regulations
              (Arkansas  Statutes Annotated, 1971 Cum. Pocket Supp. Title 82, § 82-1941).

    III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

        A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Arkansas Water and Air Pollution  Control Act, as amended, Arkansas Statutes
           Annotated, 1971  Cum. Pocket Supp.,  Title 82,  §8 82-1901 - 82-1909, 82-1931  -
           82-1943.  Act approving the Interstate Environmental Compact (Acts
           1971, No. 304) Arkansas Statutes Annotated, 1971  Cum. Pocket Supp. Title 82,
           88 82-1974 -  82-1976.   Arkansas Statutes Annotated, 1971 Cum. Pocket Supp.
           Title 5,  Ch.  9,  State Departments,  Organization,  88 5-901 - 5-922
           (Acts 1971, No.  38,  approved February 4, 1971)

        B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
          Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
                                                                                4/
                                                                        Citation-'
      Plans  and  Programs

          1.   Develop  comprehensive  State
              air  pollution  control plans
              and  programs
          2.   Conduct  studies,  investigations,
               and research

      Regulation

          3.   Adopt regulations



          4.   Adopt emission standards



          5.   Adopt emission limitations
Department of Pollution
Control and Ecology
(DPCE), Commission
Pollution Control and
Ecology (CPCE)I/

DPCE, CPCE
DPCE, CPCE, subject to
written approval by
Governor

DPCE, CPCE, subject to
written approval by
Governor

DPCE, CPCE, subject to
written approval by
Governor

DPCE, CPCE
                                                                      §  82-1935(a)
                                                                        02-1935(c)
                                                                        82-1935(j)(l)
                                                                        82-1936
                                                                    §§ 82-1935(c)(j)(l)
                                                                        82-1936
                                                                     §§ 82-1935(c)(j)(l)
                                                                        82-1936
                                                                         §§ 82-1935(j)
                                                                            82-1938
      6.   Prevent  construction,  modifi-
          cation,  or operation of
          stationary sources

2/  For relationship of Commission on Pollution Control and Ecology to Department
    of Pollution Control and Ecology, see Arkansas Statutes Annotated, 1971 Cum. Pocket
    Supp., Title 5, Ch. 9, §§ 5-902, 5-908, 5-922.

4/  All references are to Arkansas Statutes Annotated, 1971 Cum. Pocket Supp.,
    Title 82, cited under General Authority.

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ARKANSAS
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES  (cent.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation-'
  Regulation (Continued)

      7.  Issue permits for construc-
           tion of new sources

      8.  Issue permits for operation of
           new sources

      9.  Grant variances

  Surveillance and Compliance

     10.  Obtain compliance information
     11.  Inspect and conduct tests
     12.  Require record Keeping
     13.  Require periodic reports

     14.  Require emission monitoring
           devices

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
           trative orders

  Emergency Action

     16.   Take special prompt action
           in air pollution
           emergencies

  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
           lations, standards, and admin-
           istrative orders

     18.  Seek injunctive relief
                                      202
DPCE, CPCE

DPCE, CPCE


DPCE, CPCE



DPCE, CPCE



DPCE, CPCE



DPCE, CPCE


DPCE, CPCE

DPCE, CPCE


DPCE, CPCE
DPCE, CPCE
DPCE, CPCE
DPCE, CPCE
 § 82-1935(j)

 § 82-1935(j)


 § 82-1939
§§ 82-1935(d)(e)(m)
   (o)
   82-1940

§§ 82-1935(o)
   82-1940
   82-1905(3)

§§ 82-1935
   82-1940

§  82-1935(m)

 § 82-1935


§§ 82-1935(g)(k)(l)
   82-1938
§§ 82-1935, 82-1938
   82-1906(c)
   82-1940
§§ 82-1935(g)(k)(n)
   82-1938
   82-1935(g)(k)(n)
   (o)

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                                   LOUISIANA
                      I Louisiana State Board of Health
                     Louisiana State Department of Health
                                                        Louisiana Air Control I/
                                                             Commission
                        Bureau of Environmental Health
                            Division of Air Control
                            and Occupational Health
                              Head
                	—	Attorney
Occupational  Health
      Section
                              :Aiir Control Section
                                Chief
               Clerical Services
          Air Control Laboratory
Technical
Assistance
Program
Operations
Field
Investigations


Southern
A.Q.C. Region



Northeastern
A.Q.C. Region

1
Northwestern
A.Q.C. Region
 I/  For composition of Commission  see page 204.
                                     203

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LOUISIANA
Louisiana Air Control Commission

   7 Members; ex officio Chairman; Vice Chairman selected by members
   3 ex officio
       President, Louisiana State Board of Health;—' Ex officio Chairman
       Director, State Board of Commerce and Industry 21
       Commissioner of Agriculture 2_l
   4 appointed by Governor for staggered 4 year terms
   1 - registered professional engineer from slate of nominees from Louisiana
     Engineering Society
   1 - licensed physician from slate of nominees from Louisiana State Medical
     Society
   1 - private manufacturing or industry from slate of nominees from Louisiana
     Manufacturers Association
   1 - municipal government from slate of nominees from Louisiana Municipal
     Association
   Technical Secretary, Director,  Bureau of Environmental Health,  Louisiana
   State Department of Health,  ex officio-non-voting
    21  Or his authorized representative.
                                  204

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                                LOUISIANA


I.  STATE AGENCIES

   Louisiana State Department of Health

      Bureau of Environmental Health
         Director, John E. Trygg

            Division of Air Control and Occupational Health

               Air Control Section

                 P. 0. Box 60630
                 Louisiana State Office Building
                 New Orleans, Louisiana  70160
                 Telephone:  504-527-5115
                 Chief,

 * Louisiana Air  Control  Commission

         Louisiana  State  Office  Building
         P.O.  Box 60630
         New Orleans,  Louisiana   70160
         Telephone:   504-427-5111
         Chairman,  Andrew Hedmeg, M.D., M.P.H.
         Vice  Chairman, William  T. Hackett
         Members:  Charles J. Pasqua
                   Everett Jacob
                   H.F.M.  Garrett, M.D.
                   Dave L. Pearce
                   Lee Castagnos, Jr.
         Technical  Secretary,  John E.  Trygg

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.   INTERSTATE

         Louisiana,  Arkansas,  Oklahoma and  Texas have established an informal
         interstate committee  to. facilitate the exchange of information and
         data  on  standards, regulations,  chemical analyses, sampling methods
         emissions  and air quality and to aid in the solution of mutual
         problems.

           Arkansas, Louisiana,  Texas, Oklahoma
 *  Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
    administer Federal funds.
                                    205

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LOUISIANA
 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.   INTERSTATE (cont.)

          The Louisiana Air Control Commission advises,  consults  and cooperates
          with other State agencies, Federal agencies, other States,  industries,
          and interested persons and groups and represents the State  in all
          interstate compact matters pertaining to air pollution control.

    B.   INTRASTATE

          In Louisiana, the State has sole responsibility for air pollution control
          and abatement; by law, exclusive jurisdiction  over air control is
          vested in the Louisiana Air Control Commission.  The Commission may
          obtain needed assistance from any State agency, board, educational
          institution or experiment station.

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Louisiana Air Control Law, as amended, Louisiana Revised Statutes
        (LSA-RS) Vol. 23 and 1972 Cum. Annual Pocket Part, Title 40,  Ch. 12,
        88 40:2201 -  40:2216.

    B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation!/
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
          and research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations


      4.  Adopt emission standards


      5.  Adopt emission limitations
      6.   Prevent construction,  modifi-
          cation, or operation of
          stationary sources
Louisiana Air Control
Commission (LACC)
LACC
LACC
LACC
LACC
LACC
8 40:2204(A)(1)
8 40:2204(8)^2)
88 40:2204(A)(2)
40:2206

88 40:2204(A)(2)
40:2206

88 40:2204(A)(2)
40:2206

8 40:2204(A)(2)
                                    206
                                                                   Cited under General

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  LOUISIANA
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation!/
  Regulation (Continued)

      7.  Issue permits for construc-
          tion of new sources

      8.  Issue permits for operation of
          new sources

      9.  Grant variances
  Surveillance and Compliance

     10.  Obtain compliance information



     11.  Inspect and conduct tests
     12.  Require record keeping
     13.  Require periodic reports
     14.  Require emission monitoring
          devices

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders

  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special prompt action
          in air pollution emergencies

  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
          lations, standards, and admin-
          istrative orders

     18.  Seek injunctive relief
LACC
LACC
LACC
LACC; Technical Secy.
LACC
LACC
LACC
LACC
LACC
LACC
LACC
LACC
8 40:2204(A)(2)


8 40:2204(A)(2)
88 40:2211
40:2212
88 40: 2204 (A) (2)
(3) (4)
40:2208

8 40: 2204 (A) (2)
8 40:2204(A)(2)(3)
§ 40:2202 (A) (2)
8 40: 2202 (A) (2)
88 40:2204(A)(5)
40:2208
8 40:2204 (A) (5) (i)
8 40:2204(A)(6)
8 40:2214
                                     207

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                                  NEW MEXICO
                 Environmentally
                 Improvement
                 Board
                 Environmental^/
                 Improvement
                 Agency
                 2xec.  Director
             Environmental
             Laboratories
             Section
-Food Protection

•Milk Sanitation
                       ouncil on
                        vironmental
                       uality
                       hairman
                       esignated by
                      Sovernor
                      3 Members
                      appointed by
                      Sovernor to
                      serve at his
                      pleasure	
                                  Health &
                                  Social
                                   ervi^es
                                  Director
                                  Planning & Training
                                  Legal
                                  Special Projects
                                  Public Information
                                .{Business
                                 administration
                                                         -jLegal
                                                          Personnel
                                                          Management
                •Vector
                 Control

               f-Solid
                I Wastes
                              L-Solid  Wastes e.mn-i...
                               Adv. Comm.  _ Supply
                              Env.
                               Chemicals
                               Unit

                              Plague
                              'Research
                                                              1
                                      Occupational Health
                                      Radiological & Air
                                      Quality Section
                 Water
                 h-Pollution
                  C6ntrol

                 Water
                              ' Swimming
                              Pool Unit

                             Engineering
                              & Design
                   Radiation Protection
                   .  Radiation Adv.
                     Council

                   Uranium Miner
                    Env. Study
                   Lead-210 Study
                   Uranium Mine
                    Lab.
                               Air Quality Unit
                               -  Air Poll. Tech.
                                 Adv. Comm.
                                                         Occ. Health  &
                                                           Safety
                                                        "— Occ. Health
                                                           Adv. Comm.
Env. Mgr.
Regions 1,3
Env.  Mgr.
Region 2
Env. Mgr.
Region 4
Env. Mgr.
Region 5
Env. Mgr.
Region 6
I/  For composition of Board see page 209.
21  New Mexico laws 1972, Ch. 40, approved February  28,  1972,
    authorizes the Governor, upon order,  to  separate the
    Environmental Improvement Agency from the  Health and
    Social Services Department,
                                    208
[Source Testing)	

(Monitoring &  Sampling)—
                                                  [Enforcement [-
                                                  [Regional  Activities^
                                                                 Planning & Special
                                                                  Studies

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NEW MEXICO
 Environmental  Improvement  Board

     Chairman,  Vice  Chairman and  Secretary  elected by Board
     5  Members, appointed by Governor and confirmed by  State  Senate  for
     staggered 5  year  terms
     Qualifications:
         No  more than 3 members from same political party
     Secretary  and non-voting member, Executive birector,  Environmental
     Improvement  Agency
                                    209

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                                   NEW MEXICO


 I.   STATE AGENCIES

         Environmental  Improvement  Agency

          PERA Building
          College and  West  Manhattan
          P.O.  Box  2348
          Santa Fe, New Mexico  87501
          Telephone:  505-827-2373
          Executive Director,  Larry J. Gordon

             Occupational Health, Radiological and Air Quality Section
                Address above.
                Telephone:  505-827-2813

                    Air Quality Unit

                       Supervisor, Richard Burgard

 *  Environmental Improvement  Board

     P.O. Box 2348
     Santa Fe, New Mexico  87501
     Chairman, James E. Snead
     Members
     Executive Director, Larry J.  Gordon

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A. INTERSTATE

         New Mexico coordinates air quality surveillance and air emergency
         planning and exchanges information and data on new sources, emissions
         and air quality with adjoining States, Arizona, Colorado, Nevada,
         Texas and Utah.

         The New Mexico Environmental Improvement Board advises, consults,
         cooperates and contracts with Federal agencies, other States, local
         governments and interested persons or groups.  The Board may also enter
         into agreements and compacts with adjoining States.

 *  Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
    administer Federal funds.
                                    210

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 NEW MEXICO

 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL  COOPERATION

    B.   INTRASTATE

          In Hew Mexico,  responsibility  for air pollution control  is  shared by
          the State  and  local  governments.  However,  the State,  acting  through
          the Environmental  Improvement  Board, retains  complete  jurisdiction
          and control  for administration and  enforcement of  the  Air Quality
          Control Act  with respect to  any act or  failure to  act  by a  local
          government which causes or contributes  to air pollution.  Local
          governments  may adopt  and enforce local ordinances and regulations
          consistent with and  not less strict than State regulations.   Local
          governments  are also authorized  to administer and enforce  the
          provisions of  the  New  Mexico Air Quality Control Act within their
          respective jurisdictions.

      Names, Addresses and Officials of  Local Air Pollution  Control Agencies

          Albuquerque-Bemalillo County

            Albuquerque  Department of  Environmental Health
            Air Management Division
            Box 1293
            Albuquerque,  New Mexico  87103
            Telephone:  505-842-7432
            Director,  Environmental Health Department,  J. Patrick  Kneafsey
            Air Resources Manager, Harry M. Davidson

          Albuquerque-Bemalillo County  Air Quality Control  Board

            Box 1293
            Albuquerque, New Mexico  87103
            Telephone:  505-842-7432
            Chairman,  Dale Tetterington

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Air Quality  Control  Act, as  amended, New Mexico Statutes Annotated,
        1953, Replacement Vol. 3,  1971 Pocket Supplement and 1972  Interim
        Supplement,  Ch.  12,  Art. 14,  88  12-14-1  - 12-14-13.
        Environmental  Improvement  Act, as amended, New Mexico Statutes  Annotated,
        1953, Replacement Vol. 3,  1971 Pocket Supplement, Ch. 12,  Art.  19,
        88 12-19-1  - 12-19-13, Recompiled  in  1972 Interim Supplement  to Ch.  12,
        Art. 12, 88 12-12-1  -  12-12-13,  (Citations to this  Act use the  old
        numbering and  refer  to text  in the  1971  Pocket Supplement.  Recompiled
        section references are shown  in  parentheses)   Environmental  Quality
        Control, New Mexico  Statutes Annotated,  1933,  Replacement Vol. 3,  1971
        Pocket Supplement, Ch. 12, Art.  20,  88  12-20-1 - 12-20-7.
                                     211

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     NEW MEXICO
III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE
        SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
                                   Responsible Agency—
                           Citation-'
  Plans and Programs

      1.   Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

      2.   Conduct studies,  investigations,
          and research

  Regulation

      3.   Adopt regulations
      4.   Adopt emission standards
      5.   Adopt emission limitations
      8.
Prevent construction, modifi-
cation, or operation of
stationary sources

Issue permits for construc-
tion of new sources

Issue permits for operation of
new sources
      9.   Grant variances
                                   Environmental Improvement
                                   Board (EIB)*
                                   EIB*
                                   EIB*
                                   EIB*
                                   EIB*
                                             EIB,  Environmental
                                             Improvement Agency
                                             (EIA)*

                                             EIB,  EIA
EIB, EIA
                                   EIB*
                           § 12-14-5.6(9)
                           § 12-14-5.B(2)
                           88 12-14-5.B(l)(8)
                           12-14-5.C
                           12-14-5.E
                           12-14-6
                           12-19-6(12-12-6)
                           12-19-11(12-12-11)
                           12-19-13(12-12-13)

                           88 12-14-5.8(1)(8)
                           12-14-5.C
                           12-14-5.E
                           12-14-6
                           12-19-11(12-12-11)
                           12-19-13(12-12-13)

                           88 12-14-5.8(1)(8)
                           12-14-5.C
                           12-14-5.E
                           12-14-6
                           12-19-11(12-12-11)
                           12-19-13(12-12-13)

                           8 12-14-7
                          (see also
                           8 12-14-5.C)

                           8 12-14-7
8 12-14-7
                           8 12-14-8
                           12-14-8.1
  3/  The name of the responsible State agency only is given.  An asterisk indicates
      comparable municipal or county authority referenced generally under General  Authority
 kj  References are  to  Air Quality Control  Act as  amended, and  Environmental
      Improvement Act, as  amended,  cited under General Authority,
                                     212

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    NEW MEXICO
I'll.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B. SPECIFIC.AUTBORJTY (cont,)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency—
                           Citation-'
  Surveillance and Compliance

     10.  Obtain compliance information



     11.  Inspect and conduct tests



     12.  Require record keeping


     13.  Require periodic reports

     14.  Require emission monitoring
          devices

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders


  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special prompt action
          in air pollution emergencies

  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
          lations, standards, and admin-
          istrative orders
     18.  Seek injunctive rfclief
EIB, EIA*



EIB, EIA*



EIB, EIA*


EIB*

EIB, EIA*


EIB, EIA*
Executive Director,
EIA
EIB, EIA, State
Attorney General,
District and
Municipal Attorneys*
EIA and EIB
represented by
State Attorney General*
                           88 12-14-5.B(2)
                           12-14-5.E
                           12-14-11.1

                           88 12-14-5.B(2)
                           12-14-5.E
                           12-14-11.1

                           88 12-14-5.E(3)
                           12-14-11.1

                           8 12-14-5.E(4)(5)

                           88 12-14-5.E(l)
                           12-14-11.1

                           88 12-14-7
                           12-14-8
                           12-14-12.1
                           88 12-14-9
                           12-14-11
                           88 12-14-5.8(3)
                           12-14-11
                           12-14-12
                           12-14-12.1
                           12-19-9(12-12-9)
                           12-19-10(12-12-10)

                           88 12-14-9
                           12-14-11
                                      213

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                                   OKLAHOMA
                             State Board of Health
                      Oklahoma State Department of Health
                        Commissioner
                         Environmental Health Services
                           Deputy Commissioner for
                           Environmental Services
                        Air Pollution Control Division
                          Director, appointed by
                          Commissioner of Health
    Clerical Section
                                          Oklahpma Air Pollution
                                                  Council I/
                                       Staff Assistant
Technical
Section
                                                   Engineering Section
Laboratory
                            I
Field Services
Permit Review
Stack Sampling
I/  For composition of Air Pollution Council see page
                                    214

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      OKLAHOMA
Oklahoma Air Pollution Council

    Chairman and Vice Chairman elected annually by members
    7 members - appointed by Governor and confirmed by State Senate for
     staggered 7 year terms
    Qualifications:
        Oklahoma residents
        1 - professional engineer
        1 - industry
        1 - faculty member of Oklahoma University or Oklahoma State University
        1 - transportation industry
        1 - petroleum industry
        1 - agriculture
        1 - local government
    Air Pollution Control Director, ex officio, non-voting
                                    215

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                                   OKLAHOMA
I.  STATE AGENCIES
    Oklahoma State Board of Health
        President, Otho R. Whiteneck, D.D.S.
        Vice President, Robert D. McCullough, D.O.
        Secretary, Robert L. Loy
        Glen L.  Berkenbile, M.D.
        Wayne J. Boyd, M.D.
        Bert T.  Brundage, M.D.
        Carl D.  Osborn, M.D.
        Eugene A. Owens, M.D.
        Harold A. Toaz

    Oklahoma Air Pollution Council
        Chairman, Raymond A. Mill, Ph.D.
        Vice Chairman, Loyn Marvel
        Benjamin 0. Flowers
        Jess; M. Hightower
        John R. Hefferin
        James C. Kirk, Ph.D.
        W. A. Roberts, Jr.

* Oklahoma State Department of Health

        3400 N. Eastern Avenue
        Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73105
        Telephone:  405-427-6561
        Commissioner of Health, R. LeRoy Carpenter, M.D.
           Environmental Health Services
              Address and telephone above.
              Deputy Commissioner for Environmental Services, Lloyd F. Pummill
            Air Pollution Control Division

               Room B-201
               3400 North Eastern Ave.
               Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73105
               Telephone: 405-524-1482
               Air Pollution Control Director, Robert V. Blanche, P.E.

* Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and administer
  Federal funds and grants.

                                     216

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OKLAHOMA
	TT.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

      A.  INTERSTATE

            Oklahoma  has established informal
            interstate committees to facilitate the exchange of information
            and data on standards, regulations, chemical analyses, sampling
            methods, emissions and air quality and to aid in the solution of
            mutual problems.

              Oklahoma. Arkansas, Louisiana, Texas
              Oklahoma-Hanaas-Missouri Interstate Air Pollution Control Committee

                      Oklahoma
                          Mr. Robert V. Blanche, Director
                          Air Pollution Control Division
                          Environmental Health Services
                          Oklahoma State Department of Health
                          3400 North Eastern Ave., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73105
                          Telephone:  405-427-6561
                      Kansas
                          Mr. Melville W. Gray, Chief Engineer and Director
                          Division of Environmental Health
                          Kansas State Department of Health
                          State Office Building, Topeka, Kansas  66612
                          Telephone:  913-296-3896
                      Missouri
                          Executive Secretary or his designee
                          Missouri Air Conservation Commission
                          P. 0.  Box 1062, 112 West High Street
                          Jefferson City, Missouri  65101
                          Telephone:  314-635-9145
            The Oklahoma State Department of Health advises,  consults and
            cooperates with other State agencies, Federal agencies,  other States,
            local governments, industries and affected groups and represents the
            State in all interstate compact matters relating  to air  pollution
            control.  State agencies are required to cooperate with  the Oklahoma
            State Department of Health to achieve the objectives of  the
            Oklahoma Clean Air Act.
      B- INTRASTATE

            In Oklahoma, the State has primary responsibility for air pollution
            control and exercises jurisdiction over air pollution matters
            concurrently with local governments.  The operations of  the State
            Department of Health are carried out at the local level  through
            organized county health units which are considered, under Oklahoma
            law, as extensions of the State Department of Health. Under State
            law, County Boards of Health are also empowered to adopt rules and
            regulations which may be enforced by county health department
            sanitarians.  Local governments may adopt and enforce air pollution
            control ordinances and codes which do not conflict with  and contain
            provisions as strict as those prescribed by State law and regulations.
        Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

            Oklahoma City-County Health Department
            331 West Main
            Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73102
            Telephone:  405-231-2491
            Director, Environmental Health Services, D. C. Cleveland, R.P.S.
            Assistant Director,  Environmental Health Services, Lorin Mackey, R.P.S.
                                       217

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  OKLAHOMA
 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    B.  INTRASTATE

      Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies (cont.)

          Tulsa City-County Health Department
          4616 East 15th Street
          Tulsa, Oklahoma  74112
          Telephone:  918-WE9-2671
          Director, Environmental Health Division, M. F.  Reece

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Oklahoma Clean Air Act, as amended
          Oklahoma Statutes Annotated, 1971-1972 Cum.
          Annual Pocket Part, Title 63, Ch. 30, 88 2001 - 2008.

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation-'
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
          and research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations
      4.  Adopt emission standards
      5.  Adopt emission limitations
          Prevent construction, modifi-
          cation, or operation of
          stationary sources

          Issue permits for construc-
          tion of new sources
Oklahoma State Depart-
ment of Health (OSDH)
OSDH
State Board of Health
(SBH) with approval of
Oklahoma Air Pollution
Council (OAPC)

SBH with'approval of
OAPC

SBH with approval of
OAPC

SBH, OSDH
SBH, OSDH
8 2002(C)(a)
8 2002 (C)(c)
88  2002(D)
2002(F)
88  2002(D)
2002(F)

88  2002(D)
2002(F)

By regulation
By regulation
 2/  All references are to Oklahoma Clean Air Act, as amended, cited under
     General Authority.               218

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OKLAHOMA
  III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
  B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
      Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
        2/
Citation-'
Regulation (Continued)

    8.  Issue permits for operation of
        new sources

    9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance information



   11.  Inspect and conduct tests

   12.  Require record keeping


   13.  Require periodic reports
   14.  Require emission monitoring
        devices

   15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
        trative orders
Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
        in air pollution emergencies

Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
        lations, standards, and admin-
        istrative orders

   18.  Seek injunctive relief
SBH, OSDH


OAPC, SBH
OAPC, Air Pollution
Control Director
(APCD)

APCD

SBH, OSDH


SBH, APCD


SBH, OSDH
Commissioner of
Health, OSDH, OAPC
Commissioner of
Health, OSDH
OSDH
OSDH
By regulation


8 2002(J)
88  2002(F)
2002(G)(e)
2002(H)

8 2002(H)

8 2002(D)
By regulation

88  2002(D)
2002(J)(d)

8 2002(D)
By regulation
88  2002(1)
2002(K)
8 2002(C)(1)
8 2002(C)(k)(l),
8 2002(C)(k)
                                    219

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                                                   TEXAS
   Texas Air \f
 Control BoarcT
        Legal Staff
                  r
        Permit and Inventory
              Programs
                                    Texas  State Department of Health
                                         Commissioner of Health
                                     Air Pollution Control  Services
                                           Executive  Secretary
                                        Deputy Executive  Secretary
                                          Administrative Staff
                                                                                                              CM
                                                                                                              CM
                                                                      Agency Coordination
Technical Programs
                           Compliance Programs
                                              I
Regional Development
     Programs
                Air Quality Evaluation
                       Programs
I/ For composition of Board see page

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   TEXAS


Texas Air Control Board

    Chairman and Vice Chairman elected by members for 2 years terms
    9 Members, appointed by Governor and confirmed by State Senate for
     staggered 6 year terms
    Qualifications:
        1 - professional engineer
        1 - licensed physician
        1 - industry or manufacturing
        1 - municipal government
        I - agricultural engineer
        4 - general public
    Executive Secretary, employee of State Department of Health designated by
     Commissioner of Health in consultation with Board.
                                     221

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                                      TEXAS
 I.   STATE  AGENCIES

 *   Texas Air Control  Board

        800 East  53rd Street
        Austin, Texas  78756
        Telephone:  512-454-3781,  X 380
        Chairman, Herbert C.  McKee,  Ph.D.,  P.E.
        Vice Chairmen,  Herbert  W.  Whitney,  P.E.
         Wendell  H. Hamrick,  M.D.
         E. W. Robinson
         Charles  R. Jaynes
         John Blair
         Fred Hartman
         Willie K. Hlich, Ph.D., P.E.
        Executive Secretary,  Charles R.  Barden,  P.E.

     Texas  State Department  of Health

        Air Pollution Control Services
        1100 W. 49th
        Austin, Texas  78756
        Telephone:  512-454-3781,  X 380

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.   INTERSTATE

        Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma have  established an
         informal  interstate committee  to facilitate the exchange of
         information and data on standards,  regulations, chemical analyses,
         sampling  methods, emissions and  air quality and to aid in the
         solution  of mutual  problems.

           Texas,  Arkansas,  Louisiana,  Oklahoma
    Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and administer
    Federal funds.
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TEXAS
HI.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE   (cont.J)

           The Texas Air Control Board advises, consults and cooperates
           with other State agencies, Federal agencies, other States,
           local governments, industries and interested persons and
           groups and represents the State in all interstate compact
           matters relating to air pollution control.

    B.  INTRASTATE

           In Texas,  the State has primary responsibility for air pollution
           control.  Under Sections 4.03, 5.01, 5.03 and 5.04 of the Texas
           Clean Air Act, local governments are authorized to assist the
           State in  controlling air pollution by carrying out inspection,
           investigation and enforcement functions.  Under Section 5.05,
           local governments are authorized to enact and enforce air
           pollution control ordinances consistent with State law and
           regulations.
       Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies


           Corpus Christi-Nueces County Department of
              Health & Welfare
           1811 N. Shoreline
           Corpus Christi, Texas  78401
           Telephone:  512-883-2931
           Director, W. R. Metzger, M.D., M.P.H.
           Air Pollution  Control Officer, Albert L. Cock, P.E.

           City of Dallas Health Department
           1936 Amelia Court
           Dallas, Texas  75235
           Telephone:  214-638-7670, 357-6150
           Director of Public Health, Hal.J. Dewlett, M.D., M.P.H.
           Chief, Environmental Health Division, George W. Hingten, P.E.
           Chief, Air Pollution Control Section, Fred M. Barnes, P.E.
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   II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

 Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies (cont.)

           El Paso City-County Health Department
           222 South Campbell
           El Paso, Texas  79901
           Telephone:  915-543-3831
           Director, Dr. Bernard F. Rosenblum
           Sanitary Engineer, John G. Morrison

           Fort Worth Department of Public Health
           1800 University Street
           Fort Worth, Texas  76107
           Telephone:  817-336-9241
           Director, W. V. Bradshaw, M.D.
           Supervisor, Howell G. Bradbury

           Galveston County Air Control Department
           104 Fourth Street South
           S. Texas City, Texas   77590
           Telephone:  713-   -2432
           Director, Charles R. Poirer

           Harris County Pollution Control Department
           107 N. Munger
           Pasadena, Texas  77502
           Telephone:  713-228-8311 Sta. 681
           Director, Pollution Control Dept., W. A. Quebedeaux, Jr., Ph.D.

           Houston City Health Department
           Pollution Control Division
           1115 N. MacGregor
           Houston, Texas  77025
           Telephone:  713-222-4302
           Director of Public Health, Albert G. Randall, M.D.
           Director, Pollution Control, Victor N. Howard, P.E.
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     TEXAS

         II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

      Names.  Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies (cont.)

          Jefferson County Environmental Control Department
          1149 Pearl St.
          Courthouse
          Beaumont, Texas  77701
          Telephone:  713-835-3741 or
          713-727-2191
          Director, Robert C.  Curry

          Laredo-Webb County Health Department
          2600 Cedar Ave.
          P.O. Box 591
          Laredo, Texas  78040
          Telephone:  512-223-2051
          Administrator,  Jose L. Gonzalez
          Supervisor, Roger Uribe

          Lubbock City-County Health Department
          1202 Jarvis St.
          Lubbock, Texas   79403
          Telephone:  806-762-6411 X 352
          Director, David M. Cowgill, M.D.
          Supervisor, Cleston Lee Orr
          Public Health Engineer, Walter Breedlove

          San Antonio-Bexar County
          !jan Antonio Metropolitan Health District
          131 W. Nueva St.
          San Antonio, Texas  78204
          Telephone:  512-225-5661
          Director, W. R. Ross. M.D.
          Air Pollution Control Officer, G. W. Harrison,  Jr.
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Texas Clean Air Act, as amended,  Vernon's Annotated Civil Statutes
        (Vernon's Ann. Civ. St.), 1972 Cum. Annual Pocket Part, Art. 4477-5,
        88 1.01 - 6.01

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency~
Citation—
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
           air pollution control plans
           and programs
Texas Air Control Board
(TACB)
                                       225
8 3.02

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TEXAS
 III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
Statutory Authority
Plans and Programs Continued
2. Conduct studies, investigations,
and research
Regulation
3. Adopt regulations
4. Adopt emission standards
5. Adopt emission limitations
6. Prevent construction, modifi-
cation, or operation ;of
stationary sources
7. Issue permits for construc-
tion of new sources
8. Issue permits for operation of
. new sources
9. Grant variances
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance information
2/
Responsible Agency—
TACB

TACB*
TACB*
TACB*
TACB
TACB
TACB
TACB
Executive Secretary,
TACB*
3/
Citation-
SB 3.04, 3U9(2

88 1.05, 3.09
3.10
88 1.05, 3.09,
3.10
88 1.05, 3.09
3.10
88 3.27, 3.28
8 3.27
8 3.28
88 3.21 - 3.26
88 2.08(b)(5)
3.05, 3.06, 3.1
3.20
   27The  name  of  the  responsible  State  agency  only  is  given.  An asterisk indicates
        comparable local authority referenced  generally under  General Authority.
   3_/   Unless  otherwise noted,  all  references are  to  Texas  Clean Air Act  as amended,
        cited under  General  Authority.
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   TEXAS
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency—
        3/
Citation-'
  Surveillance and Compliance (Continued)

     11.  Inspect and conduct tests

     12.  Require record keeping

     13.  Require periodic reports
     14.  Require emission monitoring
           devices
     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
           trative orders
  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special prompt action
           in air pollution emergencies
  Enforcement
     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
           lations, standards, and
           administrative orders
     18.  Seek injunctive relief
TACB*

TACB

TACB


TACB


TACB
TACB, Executive
Secretary, with concurrenc
of Governor
TACB*
88 3.05, 3.06

8 3.06

88 3.03
3.28(a)

88 3.06, 3.28(a)
88 3.12, 3.13,
3.20(b)
8 3.14
TACB, Executive
Secretary  *
88 3.07, 4^01 -
4.05; Vernon's
Annotated Penal
Code, 1972 Cum.
Ann. Pocket Part,
Art 698d

88 3.27(f)
3.28(f)
4.02
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REGION VII
Iowa
Kansas
Missouri
Nebraska

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                                                       IOWA
                                                     JGOVERNORJ
ro
           DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
        Executive Committee
          Chairman and Vice Chairman selected annually
          Secretary, Executive Director, ex officio

        Voting Members
          Chairman, Air Quality Commission, ex officio
          Chairman, Water Quality Commission, ex officio
          Chairman, Chemical Technology Commission, ex officio
          Chairman, Solid Waste Disposal Commission, ex officio
        Ex officio non-voting members
          pirector, State1Conservation Commission
        ^Administrative Officer, Department of Soil Conservation
or their^Director, Bacteriological Laboratory,State Univ. of Iowa
designee* Secretary of Agriculture
        ^Commissioner of Public Health
          |State Geologist
        Executive Director - appointed by Governor, confirmed
          by 2/3 of members of State Senate, to serve at
	pleasure of Governor	
  AIR QUALITY COMMISSION
  Chairman and Vice Chairman selected
   annually by members
  Five members
   One ex officio, President of Iowa
   Medical Society [or his designee]
   Four appointed by Governor with
   consent of Senate for staggered
   four year terms
   Qualifications:
    One engaged in diversified farming: Two State electors
    One engaged in private manufacturing management
   Secretary,  Executive Director,  ex officio	
                                  WATER QUALITY
                                    COMMISSION
CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY
     COMMISSION

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                                    IOWA

NOTE:  The authority for organization and administration of environmental
       controls in Iowa is undergoing change as a result of the approval,
       April 21, 1972, of an Act creating a Department of Environmental
       Quality, to be effective January 1, 1973.  (Iowa Laws 1972, Regular
       Session, pp. 449-506 (Senate Bill No. 85).  Under Section 113, the
       Governor by executive order, may take certain steps pripr to
       January 1, 1973, to implement the provisions of this Act.  The
       information supplied in this compendium reflects the provisions of
       Iowa's new Department of Environmental Quality Act.  During the
       interim period of reorganization, inquiries concerning air pollution
       control matters should be addressed to:

                Environmental Engineering Service
                Iowa State Department of Health
                Lucas State Office Building
                Des Moines, Iowa  50319
                Telephone:  515-281-5345
                Chief, Kenneth M, Karch, M.P.H., M.S., P.E.
                Director, Air Pollution Control Division, C..L. Campbell, Ph.D.
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                                    IOWA
 I.   STATE AGENCIES
 *   Department of Environmental Quality
     Air Quality Commission
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL RELATIONS
     A.  INTERSTATE
             Iowa exchanges air quality, emission inventory, control
             strategy and enforcement information with Illinois, Nebraska,
             South Dakota and Wisconsin.

             The Air Quality Commission represents the State in all
             interstate compact matters relating to air pollution control.

     B.  IMTSASTATE

             In Iowa, responsibility for air pollution control is shared
             between the State and local governments.  The latter are
             encouraged to handle  air pollution problems within their
             respective jurisdictions and may request technical assistance

 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to administer
  Federal funds and grants.

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  IOWA
      B.
              from the Department  of  Environmental  Quality.   The  Air  Quality
              Commission  issues  certificates  of  acceptance  to local govern-
              ments which have established  and are  able  to  administer and
              enforce local  air  pollution control programs  consistent with
              the State program.   Subject to  the preemptive power of  the State
              and to continuing  State surveillance,  approved local programs
              supersede State administration  and regulation within the
              jurisdictions  involved.  The State  may take emergency action  in
              local areas at any time.

      Names,  Addresses and Officials  of  Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

              Linn County Health Department
              445 First Street,  S.W. , Cedar Rapids,  Iowa 52404
              Telephone:   319-364-0532
              Director, Alfred M.  Ahern
              Air Pollution  Control Division

              Des Moines-Polk County  Health Department
              East First  and Des Moines  Streets, Des Moines, Iowa 50309
              Telephone:   515-283-4030
              Director, Julius  S.  Conner, M.D.,  M.P.H.
              Air Pollution  Control Division

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

      A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

              Iowa Laws  1972, Regular Session,  pp.  449-506, An Act creating
          a Department of Environmental  Quality, approved April  21, 1972,
          effective January  1,  1973,  (Senate  Bill No. 85).

      B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation^/
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investiga-
          tions, and research
  Air Quality Com-
   mission (AQC)
  Department of Environ-
   mental Quality(DEQ)
  — All citations are to the 1972 Act creating a Department of
    Quality.
8 13(1)
8 14(6)
                         Environmental
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  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation^/
Regulation

    3.  Adopt regulations
    4.  Adopt emission standards
    5.  Adopt emission limitations
    6.  Prevent construction, modi
        fication, or operation of
        stationary sources

    7.  Issue permits for con-
        struction of new sources

    8.  Issue permits for opera-
        tion of new sources

    9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance infor-
        mation

   11.  Inspect & conduct tests

   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports

   14.  Require emission
        monitoring devices

   15.  Issue enforceable
        administrative orders
  AQC, subject to re-
  view by Executive
  Committee of Depart-
  ment of Environmental
  Quality (DEQ)

  AQC, subject to re-
  view by Executive
  Committee of DEQ

  AQC, subject to re-
  view by Executive
  Committee of DEQ

  AQC and DEQ
  Executive Director,
  DEQ

  Executive Director,
  DEQ

  AQC
  AQC and DEQ


  DEQ

  AQC

  AQC

  AQC


  AQC
89 13(2), 7(3), 5(4)
88 13(2),(4),(9),7(3)



88 13(2),(4),(9),7(3)



88 13(10),  14(4)



88 14(4),27


88 14(4), 27


88 23, 27



88  13(5),(6),(9),
 14(3)

88 13(9),14(3),(5)

8 13(9)

8 13(9)

8 13(9)


88 13(7), 18
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  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt
        action in air pollution
        emergencies
Enforcement
   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards &
        administrative orders

   18.  Seek injunctive relief
  AQC or Executive
  Director, DEQ, or
  State Attorney
  General at their
  request
  State Attorney
  General at request
  of AQC

  State Attorney
  General at request
  of AQC or Executive
  Director, DEQ
88 19, 21
8 13(8)
83 21, 22, 26
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                                                     KANSAS
                                                IGOVERNOR)




[STATE BOARD OF HEALTH}





ISTATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH]

1 1 1 1
ion of Division of Division of Division of
amenta: Food & Drug Public Health Respiration
Laboratories & Health
Statistics

1
Division of
Health
Education
1 I
Division of Divisi
Epidermatology Matern
Disease Control Child
1
an of Division of
al iedical-
Health Dental Health
|AIR  QUALITY CONTROll

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                                    KANSAS
 I.  STATE AGENCIES

 *   Kansas State Department of Health
     Director of Health, Edwin D;, Lyman, M.D. , M.P.H.

     Division of Environmental Health
     State Office Building, Topeka, Kansas 66612
     Telephone: 913-296-3896"
     Chief Engineer and Director, Division of Environmental Health, Melville W. dray

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

      A.
              The Division of Environmental Health advises, consults and
              cooperates with other State agencies, Federal agencies, other
              States, local governments, interstate and inter local agencies,
              industries and interested persons and groups.

              Kansas exchanges information and cooperates with State and
              local air pollution control agencies in neighboring States
              (Colorado, Missouri, Nebraska, Oklahoma).

      Greater Kansas City Interstate Air Conservation Committee  (GKCIACC)
      Oklahoma-Kansas-Missouri Interstate Air Pollution Control Committee

              Oklahoma
                  Mr. Robert V. Blanche, Director
                  Air Pollution Control Division
                  Environmental Health Services
                  Oklahoma State Department of Health
                  3400 North Eastern Ave., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73105
                  Telephone:  405-427-6561

              Kansas
                  Mr. Melville W. Gray, Chief Engineer and Director
                  Division of Environmental Health
                  Kansas State Department of Health
                  State Office Building, Topeka, Kansas  66612
                  Telephone:  913-296-3896

  *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
   administer Federal funds and grants.
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 KANSAS
             Missouri
                 Executive Secretary or his designee
                 Missouri Air Conservation Commission
                 P. 0. Box 1062, 112 West High Street
                 Jefferson City, Missouri  65101
                 Telephone:  314-635-9145
      B.   INTRASTATE

              The Kansas Air Quality Control Act provides  for a coordinated
              statewide air pollution control program  in which the  State and
              local  governments exercise concurrent jurisdiction  in the
              administration and enforcement of applicable air pollution
              control  laws and regulations and share responsibility for the
              maintenance of air quality.  Local air quality conservation
              authorities may be established only with State approval  and
              are subject to continuing State surveillance.  The  State has
              exclusive authority  to grant variances.

      Names,  Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Contrbl Agencies

              Kansas City, Kansas-Wyandotte County Department of  health
              619 Ann  Avenue, Kansas City, Kansas  66101
              Telephone:  913-321-4803
              Director, Nellie G.  Walker, M.D.
              Air Pollution Control Director, Richard  S. Michael

  1            Topeka-Shawnee County Health Department
              1615 West Eighth Street, Topeka, Kansas   66604
              Telephone:  913-233-8961, Ext. 45
              Director, Ray D. Baker, M.D.

              Wichita-Sedgwick County Health Department
              1900 East 9th  Street, Wichita, Kansas  67214
              Telephone:  316-268-8351
              Director, M. Leon Bauman, M.D.

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

      A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

              Kansas Air  Quality Control Act, as amended,Kansas  Statutes
          Annotated  (K.S.A.) 1971  Supp., 88  65-3001  -  65-3020.
                                     237

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B. SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation^'
Plans and Programs

    1.  Develop comprehensive State
        air pollution control plans
        and programs

    2.  Conduct studies, investi-
        gations, and research

Regulation^

    3.  Adopt regulations

    4.  Adopt emission standards


    5.  Adopt emission limitations


    6.  Prevent construction, modi-
        fication, or operation of
        stationary sources

    7.  Issue permits for con-
        struction of new sources

    8.  Issue permits for opera-
        tion of new sources

    9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance
        information

   11.  Inspect & conduct tests

   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports

   14.  Require emission
        monitoring devices
                         8 65-3005(5)
                         8 65-3005(8),(10)
                         8 ^5-3005(1),65-3014

                         88 65-3005(1), 65-3010
                          65-3014

                         88 65-3005(1),65-3010
                          65-3014

                         8 65-3008
                         8 65-3008
                         8 65-3008
                         8 65-3013
                         88 65-3005(2),(4)
                          65-3007,65-3009

                         8 65-3009

                         8 65-3005(4)

                         8 65-3007

                         88 65-3005(1),
                          65-3007
— All references are to Kansas Air Quality Control Act cited under
  General Authority.
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   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation V
Surveillance & compliance Cont.

   15.   Issue enforceable
        administrative orders

Emergency Action

   16.   Take special prompt
        action in air pollution
        emergencies

Enforcement

   17.   Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards,  &
        administrative orders

   18.   Seek injunctive relief
                         88 65-3005(3), 65-3011
  Director with
  concurrence of
  Governor
8 65-3012
                         88 65-3005(3),
                          65-3018
                         8 65-3018
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                   MISSOURI
               [GOVERNOR!
MISSOURI DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC HEALTH & WELFARE
              DIVISION OF HEALTH
                      I
     MISSOURI AIR CONSERVATION COMMISSION

     Seven Members
     Chairman designated by Governor
      One ex officio, Director, Missouri
       Division of Health
      Six appointed by Governor and con-
       firmed by State senate for staggered
       three year terms
       Qualifications:
         No more than 3 may belong to same
          political party
         Represent industry, labor, agricul-
          ture, municipal or county govern-
          ment or general public
     Executive Secretary, full time employee
      of Division of Health
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                                   MISSOURI
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *   Missouri Air Conservation Commission

         P. 0. Box 1062,  112 West High Street
         Jefferson City,  Missouri  65101
         Telephone:  314-635-9145
         Chairman, James  H.  Bogle, P.  0. Box 7,  East Prairie,  Missouri  63845

         Members
       ..  Acting Executive Secretary,  Harvey D.  Shell

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     A.  INTERSTATE

             Missouri has entered into interstate air pollution control agree-
             ments with adjoining States (Illinois,  Kansas, Kentucky, Oklahoma).
             These agreements, which  establish  joint committees, provide for
             interstate cooperation in planning,  information exchange (including
             information relating to  legislation  and regulations, emission and
             air quality standards and data) optimum data utilization, complaint
             referral and coordinated emergency controls.

     Oklahoma-Kansas-Missouri Interstate Air Pollution Control Committee

             Oklahoma
                 Mr.  Robert V. Blanche, Director
                 Air Pollution Control Division
                 Environmental Health Services
                 Oklahoma State Department of Health
                 3400 North Eastern Ave., Oklahoma City, Oklahoma  73105
                 Telephone:  405-427-6561
 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer Federal funds and grants.
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    A.  INTERSTATE
            Kansas
                Mr. Melville W. Gray, Chief Engineer & Director
                Division of Environmental Health
                Kansas State Department of Health
                State Office Building, Topeka, Kansas  66612
                Telephone:  913-296-3896

            Missouri
                Executive Secretary [or his designee]
                Missouri Air Conservation Commission
                P.O. Box 1062, 112 West High Street
                Jefferson City, Missouri  65101
                Telephone:  314-635-9145

    Illinois-Kentucky-Missouri Interstate Air Pollution Control Committee

            Illinois [joint representation]—'
                Chairman [or his designee]
                Illinois Pollution Control Board
                189 West Madison St., Chicago, Illinois  60602
                Telephone:  312-793-3620

                Manager [or his designee]
                Division of Air Pollution Control
                Illinois Environmental Protection Agency
                22QOChurchill Road, Springfield, Illinois  62706

            Kentucky
                Director [or his designee]
                Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission
                275 East Main St., Frankfort, Kentucky  40601
                Telephone:  502-564-3382

            Missouri
                Executive Secretary [or his designee]
                Missouri Air Conservation Commission
                P. 0. Box 1062, 112 West High Street
                Jefferson City, Missouri  65101
                Telephone:  314-635-9145

    Greater Kansas City Interstate Air Conservation Committee
            The Missouri Air Conservation Commission advises, consults and
            cooperates with other  State agencies, Federal agencies, other
            States,  local governments, industries, and interested persons
            and groups and represents the State  in all interstate air pollution
            matters  including negotiations of  interstate compacts or agree-
            ments*

    _!/  Both the Board and the Agency receive notices.  The
        Agency represents Illinois for all other purposes.

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    B.  PfFRASTATE

            In Missouri, responsibility for air pollution control is shared
            between the State and local governments.   The latter are en-
            couraged to handle air pollution problems within their respective
            jurisdictions and may request assistance  from the Missouri Air
            Conservation Commission.   Local governments which have adopted
            and are enforcing air pollution control ordinances and regulations
            consistent with State law may obtain certificates of exemption
            from the Missouri Air Conservation Commission.   Puranant to
            these certificates, which are issued subject to the preemptive
            power of the State and to periodic State  review, local govern-
            ments are exempt from the application of  State law and regulations
            within their jurisdictions.  The State retains the right to con-
            duct studies, investigations and inspections within these
            jurisdictions at any time.

    Names. Addresses, and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

                    City of St. Louis, Missouri
                    Division of Air Pollution Control
                    Room 419, City Hall
                    St. Louis, Missouri  63103
                    Telephone:  314-453-3334
                    Commissioner - Charles M. Copley, Jr.

                    St. Louis County Health Department
                    Air Pollution Control Division
                    801 South Brentwood Boulevard
                    Clayton, Missouri  63105
                    Telephone:  314-726-1100 Ext. 200
                    Director - Donald A. Pecsok

                    Greene County - City of Springfield
                    Air Pollution Control Authority
                    830 Boonville Avenue
                    Springfield, Missouri  65802
                    Telephone:  417-865-1611 Ext. 41
                    Director - Joe E. Allen

                    City of Independence, Health Department
                    420 South Main
                    Independence, Missouri  64050
                    Telephone:  816-833-1800 Ext. 312
                    Director - William W. Stepp

                    Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department
                    10th Floor - City Hall
                    414 East 12th Street
                    Kansas City, Missouri  64106
                    Telephone:  816-274-1381
                    Director - Edwin 0. Wicks, M.D.


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III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

    " "Ar-GENERAL AUTHORITY

              Missouri Air Conservation Law,  Vernon's Annotated  Missouri
          Statutes (V.A.M.S.)  88 203.010 - 203.180.   Kansas-Missouri Air
          Quality Compact, V.A.M.S.,  88 203.600 - 203.620

      B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
    Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation-'
  Plaas and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs
      2.  Conduct studies, investiga-
          tions and research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations

      4.  Adopt emission standards

      5.  Adopt emission limitations

      6.  Prevent construction, modi-
          fication, or operation of
          stationary sources

      7.  Issue permits for con-
          struction of new sources

      8.  Issue permits for opera-
          tion of new sources

      9.  Grant variances

  Surveillance and Compliance

     10.  Obtain compliance
          information

     11.  Inspect and conduct
          tests
 Missouri Air Conser-
 vation Commission
 (MACC)
 MACC
 MACC

 MACC

 MACC

 MACC
 MACC
 Executive Secretary,
  MACC

 MACC & Executive
  Secretary
8 203.050.2(1]
8 203.050.2(4)'
88 203.050, 203.070

88 203.050, 203.070

88 203.050, 203.070

88 203.050.1(3),
 203.060(4)
8 203.110
88 203.050.1(4),
 203.060, 203.080

8 203.050.1(8)
  2/
  ~ Unless otherwise noted, all references are to Missouri Air Conservation Law
    cited under General Authority.
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  Scatutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation?/
Surveillance & Compliance Cont.

   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports

   14.  Require emission
        monitoring devices

   15.  Issue enforceable
        administrative orders

Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
        in air pollution
        emergencies


Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards,  &
        administrative orders

   18.  Seek injunctive relief
 MACC

 MACC
 MACC and Executive
  Secretary
 Executive Secretary
 with written approval
 of Governor; subject
 to review by MACC
 MACC
 MACC
8 203.050.1(3)(a)

8 203.050.1(3)
88 203.050.1(5),
 203.060, 203.080
8 203.090, (see
 also V.A.M.S.
 8 536.120)
88 203.050.1(6),
 203.160
8 203.160
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                                    NEBRASKA
GOVERNOR'S KEEP NEBRASKA
  BEAUTIFUL COMMITTEE
                                |G 0 V E RN OR]
                         ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL COUNCIL
               Sixteen members, appointed by Governor and confirmed
                by State legislature for staggered four year terms.
               Chairman and Vice Chairman elected by Council to
                hold office at its pleasure
               Secretary, Director of Environmental Control,
                ex officio
                Qualifications:A11 Nebraska citizens and resident^.
                  One - professional engineer   One - physician
                  One - public-at-large         One - conservation
                  One - food products manufacturing industry
                  One - agricultural processing industry
                  One - automotive or petroleum industry
                  One - chemical industry       One - heavy industry
                  One - power generating industry
                  One - agriculture-crop production
                  One - livestock industry      One - labor
                  One - county government
                  Two - municipal government	
                  NEBRASKA DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL

                   Director, appointed by Governor from nomi-
                    nees submitted by Environmental Control
                                    Council
                        IVISION OF AIR POLLUTION CONTROL
                                     Chief
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                                 NEBRASKA
I.  STATE AGENCIES
   Environmental Control Council
       Chairman,

       Members:
       Secretary, James L.  Biggins,  Director, Department of
                     Environmental Control

*  Nebraska Department of Environmental Control

       Box 94653, State House Station, Lincoln, Nebraska  68509
       Telephone:  402-471-2163
       Director of Environmental Control, James L. Higgins

       Division of Air Pollution Control

           411 South 13th Street, Lincoln, Nebraska  68508
           Telephone:  402-471-2186
           Chief, Dennis Grams

   Governor's Keep Nebraska Beautiful Committee

   Chairman,

   Members:
*0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
 administer Federal loans and grants.
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 NEBRASKA
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
    A.  INTERSTATE
            The Department of Environmental Control  advises,  consults,
            cooperates and contracts with other  State agencies,  Federal
            agencies, other States,  interstate agencies,  local govern-
            ments, industries and affected groups.

    B-  JNTRASTATE

            In Nebraska, responsibility for air  pollution control  is
            shared between the State and local governments.   The latter
            are encouraged to handle air pollution problems within their
            respective jurisdictions and may obtain  technical and
            consultative assistance  from the Department of Environmental
            Control.  The Director of Environmental  Control issues certifi-
            cates of exemption to local governments  which have enacted and
            are able to enforce local air pollution  control ordinances and
            regulations consistent with State law and regulations. Pursuant
            to these certificates, which are issued  subject to the preemptive
            power of the State and to periodic State review,  local govern-
            ments are exempt from the application of the  State Environmental
            Protection Act and regulations within their jurisdictions.   The
            Director of Air Pollution Control may prescribe boundaries for
            local air pollution control programs.

            The Department of Environmental Control  may,  by contract,
            delegate to local governments with approved programs,  authority
            to enforce State air pollution laws  and  regulations  within
            specified regions surrounding the jurisdictional  area  of  the
            local government.  Prosecutions commenced under these  contracts
            must be conducted by the Attorney General or  County  attorneys.

    Names, Addresses, and Officials  of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

                   Lincoln - Lancaster County Health Department
                   933 "R" Straat
                  'Lincoln, Nebraska  68508
                   Telephone:  402-475-6221
                   Director - George R. Underwood,  M.D.

                   City of Omaha, Nebraska
                   Permits & Inspection Division
                   108 South 18th Street
                   Omaha, Nebraska  68102
                   Telephone:  402-341-8122, Ext. 251
                   Superintendent -  Joseph A. Rogers
                   Air Quality Chief - Robert L. Tioaenaan
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  NEBRASKA
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Nebraska Environmental Protection Act,  as amended,  Nebraska
         Reissue Revised Statutes of 1943 (R.R.S.  1943) 88 81-1501 - 81-
         1532, as amended by Nebraska Laws 1972, Regular Session,  pp. 607-
         650. (L.B.  No.  1435)

     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
  Plans and Programs

     1.  Develop comprehensive State
         air pollution control plans
         and programs

     2.  Conduct studies, investiga-
         tions and research

  Regulation

     3.  Adopt regulations
     4.  Adopt emission standards
     5.  Adopt emission limitations
     6.  Prevent construction, modi-
         fication, or operation of
         stationary sources

     7.  Issue permits for con-
         struction of new sources

     8.  Issue permits for opera-
         tion of new  sources
     9.  Grant variances
  I/
Responsib1e Agency
 Nebraska Department
  of Environmental
  Control (NDEC)

 NDEC
 Environmental Con-
  trol Council (ECC)
  and NDEC

 ECC & NDEC
 ECC & NDEC
 NDEC
 NDEC;  (ECC revoca-
  tion authority)

 NDEC:  (ECC revoca-
  tion authority)

 Director of Environ-
  mental Control,NDEC
   Citation^'
8 81-1504(2)
8 81-1504(5)
88 81-1503(7),
 81-1504(8),
 81-1505

88 81-1503(7),
 81-1504(7),(8),
 81-1505

88 81-1503(7),
 81-1504(7),(8).
 81-1505

88 81-1504(12,(13),(22),
 81-1506
88 81-1504(13),(22),
 81-1505(4), 81-1506

88 81-1504(13),(22),
 81-1505(4), 81-1506
8 81-1513
  — All references are to Nebraska Environmental Protection Act
    cited under General Authority.
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NEBRASKA
  Statutory Authority
Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance
        information

   11.  Inspect and conduct
        tests

   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports

   14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

   15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders

Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt
        action in air pol-
        lution emergencies

Enforcement
   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards,
        & administrative orders
   18.  Seek injunctive relief
Responsible Agency
 NDEC


 NDEC


 NDEC

 ECC & NDEC

 NDEC


 NDEC
 Director of Environ-
  mental Control
 NDEC  (Criminal
  sanctions enforced
  by State Attorney
  General & County
  prosecutors^)

 State Attorney Gen-
  eral at request of
  Director
   Citation ±i
                                                                        I/
88 81-1504(11),(12),(17)
 81-1506(2)(d), 81-1511

88 81-1504(23),(26)
 81-1511

8 81-1504(17)

8 81-1505

8 81-1504(8)
8 81-1504(9),
 81-1507
88 81-1507(4)
 81-1526(2) (see
 also 8 81-1512)
88 81-1504(1),(24),
 81-1506, 81-1508
8 81-1508
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REGION VIII
Colorado
Montana
North Dakota
South Dakota
Utah
Wyoming

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                                                    COLORADO
                                                EOVERNORl
                                              DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH)
  ..  ,	L	„
     (AIR POLLUTION  CONTROL COMMISSION ±]
I AIR POLLUTION VARIANCE  BOARpf^ECHNICAL SECRETARY)
                                                                               [STATE BOARD OF HEALTH)
                                                                              [EXEI
                                                                     CUTIVE DII
                                                                         HEAL!
                                                                                              TOR OF
                                      J_
                   ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF
                          HEALTH
                                                                               ASSISTANT DIRECTOR OF
                                                                                      HEALTH
    ADMINISTRATIVE  SERVICES
            DIVISION
                                                                                   POLLUTION CONTROL]
                                                                                      DIVISION
      (DIVISION  DIRECTOR!
                              DIVISION DIRECTOR)
                                                                                          I
                                                                                DIVISION DIRECTOR]
                                                                                [ASSISTANT DIRECTOR!
 HEALTH  EDUCATION
      SECTION
LEGAL
SERVICES
 ISECTION CHIEF!
      1
TECHNICAL SERVICES &
EVALUATION SECTION
METEOROLOGY &
CLIMATOLOGY SEC.
                                                                                                   ENFORCEMENT &
                                                                                                   EVALUATION SEC.
 AIR POLLUTION
 HEALTH  EDUCATION
                                (CHIEF CHEMIST)
                                                               ISECTION CHiEFl
(SECTION CHIEF|
                                             AIR POLLUTION
                                              LABORATORY
E
                                                  T
                                                           EFFECTS EVALUA-
                                                           TION .UNIT
DATA EVALUA-j
riON UNIT
METEOROLOGY
                                                                                                    {SECTION CHIEF)
  IR POLLUTIO
  EDUCATOR
3
                                            (SENIOR CHEMIST!
                                                                                        ENG.UNIT
                             SURVEIL-
                              LANCE
                              UNIT
                                                                      CLERICAL SUPPORT - AIR POLLUTION
                                                                               CONTROL DIVISION
                               PUBLIC HEALTH
                                 CHEMIST
I./See next page  fpr composition of Commission and Board.
 2/ Appointed by Governor.   The Executive Director of Health administers the Department of Health subject to the
    authority of the  State  Board of Health,  the Air Pollution Control Commission and the State Water Pollution
    Control Commission,

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            COLORADO
      MR POLLUTION CONTROL COMMISSION
      Nine members to serve for staggered
       three year terms
      Chairman, Vice Chairman and Secretary
       elected by Members
      One member designated by State Board
       of Health & appointed by Governor, j
      Eight members appointed by Governor
       and confirmed by State Senate.     i
      Qualifications:
       Colorado citizens with appropriate
        scientific, technical, agricultural
      Technical Secretary, employed by   ^
       Commission.
AIR POLLUTION VARIANCE BOARD
Nine members; Chairman elected
 annually by members
 One member designated by State
  Board of Health to serve at
  pleasure of Board of Health.
 Eight members and eight alter-
  nates appointed by Governor
  for four year terms
 Qualifications:
  Three - industry in the state
  Five  - not from industry
    One - registered professional
           engineer
    One --either licensed
           physician or toxico-
           logist
    Three*general public
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                                  COLORADO


 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *    Colorado Department  of Health

         4210 East llth Avenue, Denver,  Colorado   80220
         Telephone:   303-388-6111                                 ;
         Executive Director of Health, Roy L. Cleere, M.D., M.P.H.

         Air Pollution Control Division

            Same address and telephone  as above
            Director, Gerald P. Wood, Ph.D.

     Colorado Air Pollution Control  Commission

         Same address and telephone  as above
         Chairman, James  P. Lodge, Ph.D.
         Members:
         Technical Secretary,  Lane W.  Kirkpatrick

     Air Pollution Variance Board

         Same Address and telephone as above
         Chairman,
         Members:
II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
     A.  INTERSTATE
             The Colorado Department of Health may enter into agreements with
             Federal, State and regional air pollution control agencies.  Under
             State law, agreements requiring compliance in Colorado with any
             ambient air standard or emission control regulation are not effective
             until the Air Pollution Control Commission has held a hearing and
             adopted the standard or regulation.
 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer Federal funds and .grants.
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COLORADO
    A.  INTERSTATE (cont.)
            The Air Pollution Control Division furnishes available data
            on emissions, air quality and control strategy development
            for the Four Corner Interstate Air Quality Control Region
            to other States and local agencies with responsibility for
            that region.

    B. INTRASTATE

            In Colorado, responsibility for air pollution control is a
            cooperative effort of the State and local governments.  The
            Air Pollution Control Commission coordinates State and local
            air pollution plans and programs and conducts semi-annual
            conferences with local air pollution control authorities.
            Each year, the Air Pollution Control Commission and the
            Colorado Department of Health hold a joint public hearing on
            State air problems.  State and local air pollution laws apply
            concurrently and independently; compliance with local law does
            not relieve persons from compliance with State law.  Pursuant
            to delegated authority, local agencies may enforce State air
            pollution rules and regulations.  Local air pollution laws
            and regulations must be consistent with, but may be more
            strict than, State laws and regulations.  County laws which
            are more restrictive than those of cities or towns within the
            county govern to the extent of any inconsistency.

    Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies
               Tri-County District Health Department
               4857 S. Broadway, Ehglewood, Colorado  80110
               Telephone:   303-761-1340
               Director, Samuel Johnson, M.D.
               Director, Environmental Services, Sherman Warburton

               Boulder City-County Health Department
               3450 Broadway, Boulder, Colorado  80302
               Telephone:   303-442-5926
               Director, Dr. Charles H. Dowding
               Air Pollution Control Officer, Robert E. Shipley

               Air Pollution Control Section
               Building Department, City & County of Denver
               1445 Cleveland PI., Denver, Colorado  80202
               Telephone:   303-297-5151
               Director, Building Department, John E. O'Fallon
               Administrator, Air Pollution Control Section, Leonard Dobler

               El Paso City-County Health Department
               712 S. Tejon, Colorado Springs, Colorado  80902
               Telephone:   303-633-0016
               Interim Director EHS, Frank A. Otoapauk,M.P.H.
               Chief, Air Pollution Section, Lonnie L. Lantz

               Jefferson County Health Department
               260 S. Kipling, Lakewood, Colorado  80226
               Telephone:   303-238-6301
               Director, William R. Russell, Jr., M.P.
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  COLORADO
   Local Agencies  (cont.)

                  Larimer County Health Department
                  County Court House, 200 West Oak St.
                  Ft. Collins, Colorado  80521
                  Telephone:  303-482-3105
                  Director,
                  Las Animas-Huerfano Counties District Health Department
                  P. 0. Box 791, Walsenburg, Colorado  81089
                  Telephone:  303-738-2650
                  Director,  Dr. Gingary

                  Mesa County Department of Public Health
                  515 Patterson, Grand Junction, Colorado  f&SOl
                  Telephone:  303-242-7145
                  Director,  Environmental  Health,  Harold  L.Boyles

                  Pueblo City-County Health Department
                  151 Central Main, Pueblo, Colorado  81003
                  Telephone:  303-544-6031
                  Health Officer, Lewis H. Hoyle,  M.D.

                  Weld County Health Department
                  1555  17th Ave., Greeley, Colorado  80631
                  Telephone:  303-353-0540
                  Director,  Gerald P. Wood, Ph.D.
                  Director,  Environmental  Services
III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

      A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

              Colorado Air Pollution Control Act of 1970, Colorado Revised
          Statutes 1963, 1971 Permanent Cumulative Supplement, Ch. 66,
          Art. 31, 88 66-31-1 - 66-31-26.

      B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation-'
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs.

      2.  Conduct studies, investiga-
          tions, and research
 Air Pollution Control
 Commission (APCC)
 Department of Health,
 Air Pollution Control
 Division (APCD)
88 66-31-5(1),(2)
8 66-31-10(2)(b)
  3/
  — All references are to Colorado Air Pollution
    Control Act of 1970 cited uhdeiFlJeneral
    Authority.
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COLORADO
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation-7
Regulation

    3.  Adopt regulations



    4.  Adopt emission standards



    5.  Adopt emission limitations
    6.  Prevent construction, modi-
        fication, or operation of
        stationary sources

    7.  Issue permits for con-
        struction of new sources

    8.  Issue permits for opera-
        tion of new sources

    9.  Grant variances
Surveillance & Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance
        information

   11.  Inspect and conduct
        tests

   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports

   14.  Require emission
        monitoring devices

   15.  Issue enforceable
        administrative orders
 APCC
 APCC
 APCC
 APCD, subject to
 review by APCC
 APCD, subject to
 review by APCC

 APCD, subject to
 review by APCD

 APCC or Air Pollution
 Variance Board (APVB)
 APCC and APCD


 APCD


 APCC

 APCD
 APCD
88 66-31-5(1),(2)
 66-31-6(1)
 66-31-7, 66-31-9

88 66-31-5(1),(2)
 66-31-6(1)
 66-31-8, 66-31-9

88 66-31-5(1),(2)
 66-31-6(1)
 66-31-8, 66-31-9

88 66-31-12
8 66-31-12
8 66-31-12
88 66-31-5(7),(8)
 66-31-14 - 66-31-17
88 66-31-6(2)
 66-31-10(2)(c),(d)

88 66-31-10(2)(d)
8 66-31-6(1)(a)

8 66-31-12
88 66-31-12
 66-31-13
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COLORADO
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
  	3T
   Citation ~
Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt
        action in air pollution
        emergencies

Enforcement                    '

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards, &
        administrative orders

   18.  Seek injunctive relief
 APCD, State District
 Courts, Governor
 APCD
 APCD; Attorney Gen-
 eral or District
 Attorneys at request
 of APCC
8 66-31-11
88 66-31-13,
 66-31-17, 66-31-19
88 66-31-11
 66-31-18
                                     258

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                                                      MONTANA
                          The executive branch of the Montana State Government is being reorganized in
                     accordance with the provisions of the Montana Executive Reorganization Act of 1971.
                     The reorganization is to be completed by July 1, 1973, (R.C.M. 1947, Replacement
                     Vol. 5, Pt. 1, 1971 Cum. Pocket Supplement, Title 82A,  8 82A -102(1)).  This State
                     organization chart reflects the requirements of the Executive Reorganization Act
                     of 1971.
                                                  iGOVERNORl-
    STATE ATTORNEY GENERAL
       LEGAL ADVISOR
ro
ui
  AIR POLLUTION CONTROL ADVISORY COUNCIL
  Chairman, elected annually by members
  Secretary, member of staff of State
   Department of Health & Environmental
   Sciences designated by Director of
   Health & Environmental Sciences
  Eleven members
   One ex officio., Director, Department
    of Health & Environmental Sciences
   Ten members appointed by Governor and
    confirmed by State Senate to serve
    at pleasure of Governor
    Qualifications:
     One - labor     One - agriculture
     One - manufacturing industry
     One - fuel industry
     One - licensed physician
     One - licensed veterinarian
     One - registered professional chemical  or
            environmental engineer
     One - meteorologist  One - conservationist
     One - urban planning consultant	
                STATE BOARD OF HEALTH & ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
                Chairman, designated by Governor
                Secretary, Director of Health & Environmental
                  Sciences, ex officio
                Members appointed by Governor and confirmed by
                  State Senate for staggered four year terms.
                  Qualifications:
                   Three - Physicians
                   One   - Dentists
                   Three - interest in field of public health
                   (one of seven to be a licensed attorney)
MONTANA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH &
         ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
Director of Health & Environmental
 Sciences appointed by Governor and
 confirmed by State Senate.

Division of Environmental Sciences
           Administrator

Bureau of Air Pollution Control
           Chief

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                                  MONTANA
I.  STViTE AGENCIES

    Montana State Board of Health & Environmental Sciences

        Cogswell Building, Helena, Montana  59601
        Telephone:  406-449-2544
        Chairman, Ms. Rita Ann Sheehy
        Members:
        Secretary, John S. Anderson, M.D.    .

*   Montana State Department of Health & Environmental Sciences

        Cogswell Building, Helena, Montana  59601
        Telephone:  406-449-3454
        Director of Health & Environmental Sciences, John S. Anderson, M.D.

        Environmental Sciences Division

            Cogswell Building, Helena, Montana  59601
            Telephone:  406-449-3454
            Administrator, Benjamin F. Wake

            Bureau of Air Pollution Control

                (same address and telephone as above)
                Chief, Donald Holtz

    Air Pollution Control Advisory Council

        Cogswell Building, Helena, Montana  59601
        Telephone:  406-449-2544
        Chairman,
        Secretary,
        Members:
*0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept
 and administer Federal funds and grants.

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 MONTANA
II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION
     A.   INTERSTATE
             The State Department of Health &  Environmental  Sciences  advises,
             consults, contracts and cooperates  with other  State agencies,
             Federal agencies,  other States, local governments,  interstate
             and interlocal agencies, industries,  and interested persons and
             groups.

     B.   INTRASTATE

             Montana provides for a coordinated  Statewide air pollution control
             program in which responsibility is  shared between the State and
             local governments.  The State encourages local  governments to
             handle air pollution problems within their respective jurisdictions
             and provides technical and consultative assistance.  Subject to
             the approval, continuing surveillance and assertion of State
             control where local programs are  inadequate, local governments
             may establish, administer and enforce local air pollution control
             programs consistent with or more  strict than the State program.
             The State may assume and retain jurisdiction over certain classes
             of air contaminant sources.  Local  programs which meet the
             requirements of the Clean Air Act of Montana are eligible for
             State aid.

     Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution  Control Agencies

             Billings-Laurel-Yellowstone County  Air Pollution
              Control Program
             3302 2nd Avenue North, Billings,  Montana  59101
             Telephone:  405-252-8756
             Air Pollution Control Officer, James L. Glenn

             Cascade County Air Pollution Control Program
             City-County Health Department
             1130  17th Avenue South, Great Falls, Montana   59401
             Telephone:  406-761-6700  Ext. 245
             Health Officer, John A. Googins,  M.D.
             Air Pollution Control Director, Samuel R. Kalafat

             Missoula City-Gounty Health Department
             301 Courthouse Annex, Missoula, Montana  59801
             Telephone:  406-728-4510
             Director, James P. Nelsen  (air pollution control)
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  MONTANA
III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

      A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

              Clean Air Act of Montana,  as  amended,  Revised  Codes  of  Montana
          (R.C.M.), 1947.  2d Replacement Vol.  4,  Part  1,  Title  69, Ch.  39,
          88 69-3904 - 69-3923.  Executive  Reorganization  Act  of 1971, R.C.M.
          1947, Replacement Vol.  5,  Part 1,  1971 Cum. Pocket Supplement,
          Titl6 82A   Chs.  1-21,  88  82A-101  - 82A-2103.

      B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
     Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

      2.  Conduct studies,  investiga-
          tions, and research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations
      4.  Adopt emission standards
      5,  Adopt emission limitations
      6.  Prevent construction, modi-
          fication, or operation of
          stationary sources

      7.  Issue permits for con-
          struction of new sources

      8.  Issue permits for opera-
          tion of new sources

      9.  Grant variances
 Department of Health
 & Environmental
 Sciences (DHES)

 DHES
 DHES, with advice of
 Air Pollution Control
 Advisory Council
 (APCAC)

 DHES with advice of
 APCAC
 DHES with advice of
 APCAC
 DHES
 DHES
 DHES
 DHES
8 69-3909(6)
8 69-3909(9),(11)
88 69-3909(1),
 69-3917
88 69-3908(6),
 69-3909(1),69-3910,
 69-3913, 69-3917

88 69-3908(6),
 69-3909(1), 69-3910
 69-3913, 69-3917

8 69-3911
8 69-3911


8 69-3911


8 69-3916
  — All references are to Clean Air Act of Montana in Title 69,  Ch.  39,  Revised Codes
    of Montana, 1947, 2d Replacement Vol.  4,  Part 1.
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MONTANA
Statutory Reference
Surveillance & . Compliance
10. Obtain compliance
information
11. Inspect & conduct tests
12. Require record keeping
13. Require periodic reports
14. Require emission
monitoring devices
15. Issue enforceable
administrative orders
Emergency Action
16. Take special prompt action
in air pollution
emergencies
Enforcement
17. Enforce applicable laws,
regulations, standards &
administrative orders
18. Seek injunctive relief
Responsible Agency
DHES
DHES
DHES
DHES
DHES
DHES

DHES
DHES
DHES
I/
Citation
gg 69-3909 (2), (4),
69-3910, 69-3912,
69-3914(5)
88 69-3909, 69-3912
88 69-3909(4), 69-3910
8 69-3910
88 69-3909, 69-3912
69-3913
88 69-3909(3),
69-3914

88 69-3915
69-3917(2)
88 69-3914,
69-3921
8 69-3921(3)
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                                                     NORTH DAKOTA
                                                   [GOVERNOR!
S3
o\
-p-
STATE HEALTH COUNCIL
Nine members appointed by Governor for
 staggered three year terms
 Two - public-at-large
 Seven from lists of nominees as follows:
  Two - State hospital association
  Two - State medical association
  One - State dental association
  One - State nurses association
  One - State pharmaceutical association
Advisors include the following and such
other persons as may be designated by
the Governor:
  State health officer
  Attorney General
  Director of institutions
  State fire marshall
  Executive secretary, State board of
   nurse examiners
  Executive director, State board of
   public welfare	
                                                State Health Officer
                                                 Executive Officer
                AIR POLLUTION  CONTROL ADVISORY COUNCIL
                Chairman, selected  by Members
                Nine members
                 Three ex officio
                  State Health Officer [or his deputy]
                  State geologist  [or his deputy]
                  State Highway Commissioner [or his deputy]
                 Six appointed by Governor for staggered
                  six year terms
                  Qualifications
                   One - county or  municipal government
                   One - solid fuels  industry
                   One - fluid and  gas fuels industry
                   Three - public
                Administrative officer,  Chief Sanitary Engineer
                 of State Department  of  Health or  his designee
               {ENVIRONMENTAL & PERSONAL HEALTH}
                                                                        IMENTAL HEALTH & RETARDATION]
  [SUPPORTIVE SERVICESI  PREVENTIVE SERVICES!
                                          HEALTH CARE
                                          ADMINISTRATION
                                          SERVICES
      ENVIRONMENTAI
      HEALTH & ENG.
      SERVICES
IMENTAL HEALTH  SERVICES!
STATE HOSPITAL
   SERVICES
               IDIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING!
                                                                   T
DIVISION OF ENVIRONMENTAL
SANITATION AND FOOD
                                                                               DIVISION OF WATER SUPPLY &
                                                                                  POLLUTION  CONTROL
    (AIR POLLUTION CONTROL!  {RADIOLOGICAL HEALTH  &NSTITFTIONAL HEALTH!  [OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH  JpTHER PROGRAMS)
                                  L
            [LABORATORY SUPPORT SERVICES)      ICOMMUNITY PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICESV
  ICUSTER DISTRICT!  (FIRST DISTRICT!  JLAKE REGION DISTRICT!  ISOUTHWESTERN DISTRICT! IUPPER MISSOURI DISTRICT! ICITY HEALTH UNITS! |
                                                                                                       ICOUNTY HEALTH UNIT!-

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                               NORTH DAKOTA

 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *  North Dakota State  Department  of Health

        State  Capitol,  Bismarck, North Dakota   58501
        Telephone:   701-224-2371
        Executive Officer,  Willis  Van Heuvelen
        Chief,Environmental Health & Engineering  Services, Willis  Van Heuvelen
        Director, Division of Environmental Engineering,  Gene A.  Christiansen
                                                   Telephone:  701-224-2374

    North Dakota State  Health Council

        State  Capitol,  Bismarck, North Dakota   58501
        Telephone:   701-224-2371
        Chairman,
        Members:
    Air Pollution Control Advisory Council

        State Capitol,  Bismarck,  North Dakota  58501
        Telephone:   701-224-2371
        Chairman, Tehodore Hardmeyer
        Members:
        Administrative Officer,  Gene A.  Christiansen

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE

            North Dakota furnishes available data on emissions,  air quality
            and control strategy development to other States (Minnesota,
            Montana, South Dakota), and  to local agencies with responsibilities
            in interstate air quality control regions.

 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept
  and administer Federal funds.
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   B.  INTRASTATE

           North Dakota has established a Statewide air pollution control
           program administered and coordinated by the North Dakota State
           Department of Health.  Rules and regulations of the State
           Health Department are binding on county and municipal health
           officers.  In addition, district, county and city departments
           and boards of health have a legal obligation to enforce all
           rules and regulations promulgated by the State Health Council.

   Local Health Agencies Participating in  Implementation Plan for the Control
        of Air Pollution for the State of North Dakota —'            '?

       F. E. Gilchrist, Executive Officer
       Custer District Health Unit
       Mandan, North Dakota  58554

       A. L. Bavone, MPH, Director
       First District Health Unit
       Minot, North Dakota  58701

       Norman Septon, Executive Officer
       Lake Region District Health Unit
       Devils Lake, North Dakota  58301

       John E. Fields, Executive Officer
       Southwestern District Health Unit
       Dickinson, North Dakota  58601

       Frank L. Onufray, Executive Officer
       Upper Missouri District Health Unit
       Williston, North Dakota  58801

       N. A. Macdonald, M.D., Health Officer
       Barnes County Health Department
       Valley City, North Dakota  58072

       M. M. Heffron, M.D., Health Officer
       Burleigh County Health Department
       Bismarck, North Dakota  58501

       George M. Johnson, Health Officer
       Cass County Health Department
       Fargo, North Dakota  58102

       W. A. Craychee, M.D., Health Officer
       Dickey County Health Department
       Oakes, North Dakota  58474

—Source:  Table 11 at pp. 50-51, North Dakota Implementation Plan.
                                    266

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       H. J. Bertheau, M.D., Health Officer
       Ezmions County Health Department
       Linton, North Dakota  58552

       Keith G. Vandergon, M.D., Health Officer
       Grand Forks County Health Department-
       Grand  Forks, North Dakota  58201

       Peter W. S. Patton, M.D., Health Officer
       Griggs County Health Department
       Cooperstown, North Dakota  58425

       Anthony Zukowsky, M.D., Health Officer
       Kidder County Health Department
       Steele, North Dakota  58482

       E. H. Goodman, M.D., Health Officer
       Logan County Health Department
       Napoleon, North Dakota  58561

       Roland Fleck, M.D., Health Officer
       Mclntosh County Health Department
       Ashley, North Dakota  58413

       Dale A. Iversnn, M.D., Health Officer
       Nelson County Health Department
       McVille, North Dakota  58254

       E. J. Larson, M.D., Health Officer
       Pembina County Health Department
       Cavalier, North Dakota  58220

       Wesley Palmer, M.D., Health Officer
       Ransom County Health Department
       Lisbon, North Dakota  58054

       G. L. Wiltse, M.D., Health Officer
       Richland County Health Department
       Wahpeton, North Dakota  58075

       S. J. Cook, M.D., Health Officer
       Rolette County Health Department
       Rolette, North Dakota  58386

       Donald J. Feist, M.D., Health Officer
       Sargent County Health Department
       Forman, North Dakota  58032

       0. D. Dekker, M.D., Health Officer
       Steele County Health Department
       Finley, North Dakota  58230
                                   267

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  NORTH DAKOTA

         Richard Nierling, M.D.,  Health  Officer
         Stutsman County Health Department
         Jamestown,  North Dakota   58401

         George Hilts,  M.D.,  Health Officer
         Towner County  Health Department
         Cando, North Dakota   58324

         R.  C. Little,  M.D.,  Health Officer
         Traill County  Health Department
         Mayville, North Dakota  58257

         C.  J. Glaspel, M.D., Health Officer
         Walsh County Health  Department
         Grafton, North Dakota 58237

         M.  J. Towarnicky, M.D.,  Health  Officer
         Wells County Health  Department
         Fessenden,  North Dakota   58438

         W.  M. Buckingham, M.D.,  City Health  Officer
         Bismarck City  Health Department
         Bismarck, North Dakota  58501

         Donald H. Lawrence,  M.D., City  Health Officer
         Fargo City  Health Department
         Fargo, North Dakota   58102

         W.  T. Powers,  M.D.,  City Health Officer
         Grand Forks City Health  Department
         Grand Forks, North Dakota  58201

         Robert S. Woodward,  M.D., City  Health Officer
         Jamestown City Health Department
         Jamestown,  North Dakota   58401

         Milton Berg, M.D., City  Health  Officer
         Valley City Health Department
         Valley City, North Dakota  58072

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             North Dakota Century Code,  Replacement Vol.  4 and 1971 Pocket
         Supplement, Title 23, Health and Safety.   Ch. 23-01,  State Department
         of Health,  88  23-01-01 - 23-01-19.   Ch. 23-03,  Organization of County
         and Township Boards  of Health,  88 23-03-01 - 23-03-11.   Ch. 23-04,
         Organization of City Board of Health, 88 23-04-01 - 23-04-09.
         Ch. 23-14,  Health Districts, 88 23-14-01 - 23-14-14.   Ch.  23-25,  Air
         Pollution Control, 88 23-25-01  - 23-25-10.  For Administrative Agencies
         Practice Act,  see North  Dakota  Centruy  Code, Vol. 5 and 1971 Pocket
         Supplement, Title 28, Judicial  Procedure, Civil, Ch.  28-32, 88 28-32-01
         28-32-22.
                                    268

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NORTH DAKOTA
     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
      Plans and Programs

         1.  Develop comprehensive State
             air pollution control plans
             and programs

         2.  Conduct studies, investi-
             gations, and research

      Regulation

         3.  Adopt regulations
         4.  Adopt emission standards
         5.  Adopt emission limitations
             Prevent construction, modi-
             fication, or operation of
             stationary sources

             Issue permits for con-
             struction of new sources
         8.  Issue permits for opera-
             tion of new sources
         9.  Grant variances
      Surveillance & Compliance

         10.  Obtain compliance
              information
 State Department of
  Health (SDH)
 SDH
 SDH, with approval of
 Air Pollution Control
 Advisory Council
 (APCAC)

 SDH with approval of
 APCAC

 SDH with approval of
 APCAC

 SDH
 SDH
 SDH
 SDH
 SDH
         All references are to North Dakota Century Code
         Replacement Vol. 4 and 1971 Pocket Supplement,
         Title 23, Ch. 23-25, Air Pollution Control.
8 23-25-02(1)
8 23-25.03
§§ 23-25-02(6),
 23-25-03, 23-25-07
88 23-25-02(6),
 23-25-03, 23-25-07

88 23-25-02(6)
 23-25-03, 23-25-07

88 23-25-02(6),
 23-25-03, 23-25-07
By regulation
(88 23-25-02(6);
 23-25-03, 23-25-07)

By regulation
(88 23-25-02(6),
 23-25-03, 23-25-07)

By regulation
(88 23-25-02(6)
 23-25-03, 23-25-07)
88 23-25-04
 23-25-05, 23-25-06
                                       269

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NORTH DAKOTA
   Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation  /
Suirveillance & Compliance Cont.

   11.  Inspect and conduct
        tests

   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports

   14.  Require emission
        monitoring devices

   15.  Issue enforceable
        administrative orders

Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt
        action in air
        pollution emergencies

Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards, &
        administrative orders

   18.  Seek injunctive relief
 SDH
 SDH

 SDH with approval
 of APCAC
 SDH
 SDH
 SDH; State Health
 Officer
 SDH
 State Health Officer
8 23-25-05


88 23-25-04, 23-25-06

8 23-25-04

8 23-25-03


8 23-25-03(5)
88 23-25-08, 23-25-09
88 23-25-03(5),
 23-25-08, 23-25-09,
 23-25-10

8-23-25-09
                                  270

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                                                  SOUTH DAKOTA
ro
                                                (GOVERNOR)
                                           iSTATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
                                              [STATE HEALTH OFFICEM	[HEALTH ADVISORY COUNCILJ
[
[DIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH STATISTICS]
HA£,L,U1 J.VH AUraiHldlKAlUK
& PLANNING COORDINATOR
, 	 j 	 .


f
DIVISION OF
FINANCE & ACCOUNTS
	 1

*
DIVISION OF
PERSONNEL


        [PREVENTIVE  &  PERSONAL  HEALTH SERVICES)
                             ENVIRONMENTAL & ECOLOGICAL HEALTH  SERVICES]
                                              {DIRECTOR]
         DIVISION OF MEDICAL  FACILITIES
DIVISION OF HEALTH &
ECOLOGICAL LABORATORY
DIVISION OF TUBERCULOSIS
& COMMUNICABLE DISEASE
        CONTROL
                                                                                                 AIR POJ
DIVISION OF SANITARY
ENGINEERING & ENVIRON-
MENTAL PROTECTION
                                                                                                (DIRECTOR
                                                                         ISTAFF ENGINEER! - (ASSISTANT DIRECTOR]
1 	 1
WATER POLLUTION
CONTROL PROGRAM

SOLID WASTE
PROGRAM

WATER HYGIENE
PROGRAM

CONSUMER SERVICES
PROGRAM

ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES
SERVICES PROGRAM

AIR QUALITY
CONTROL SERVICES

DISTRICT 1 DISTRI
Rapid City Aberde

CT 2 DISTRICT 3
en Sioux Falls

DISTRICT 4
Mitchell

1 Affiliated Local Health

i
Cooperating

i
i
[MITCHELL)


DISTRICT 5
Pierre
i
Services ,
i





ABERDEEN, GROTON
& SISSETON




        I/See  following page  for composition of  Commission

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SOUTH DAKOTA
                      AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COMMISSION
            Seven Members
              Three ex officio
                State Health Officer, Ex officio Chairman
                Director, Industrial Development and Expansion
                 Agency [or his designee]
                Director, Department of Game, Fish and Parks
                 [or his designee]
              Four appointed by Governor for staggered four
               year terms
               Qualifications:
                 One - industrial management
                 One - local government
                 Two - public
              Secretary and Executive Officer, Director, Division
                of Sanitary Engineering and Environmental Protection
                South Dakota State Department of Health
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                               SOUTH DAKOTA
I.  STATEiAGENCIES
   SOUTH DAKOTA STATE DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
       Pierre, South Dakota  57501
       Telephone:
       State Health Officer, Robert H.  Hayes,  M.D.

       ENVIRONMENTAL & ECOLOGICAL HEALTH SERVICES
           Pierre, South Dakota  57501
           Telephone:
           Director,

           DIVISION OF SAHITARY ENGINEERING & ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
               Pierre, South Dakota  57501
               Director, Charles E. Carl
               Telephone:  605-224-3351

               AIR QUALITY CONTROL SERVICES

                    Office Bldg., //2, Pierre, South Dakota  57501
                    Telephone:  605-224-3351
                    Director,

*  SOUTH DAKOTA AIR POLLUTION CONTROL COMMISSION
       Pierre, South Dakota  57501
       Telephone:

       Chairman, Robert H. Hayes, M.D., State Health Officer [ex officio]
        Members:
           Robert Hodgins, Director, Department of Game, Fish & Parks,
            Office Building #1, Pierre, South Dakota  57501
           Robert Martin, Director, Industrial Development and Expansion
            Agency, Office Building #2, Pierre, South Dakota  57501
           R. C. Gibson  (industrial management) East Havens,
            Mitchell, South Dakota  57301
           Robert Roper  (local government) 1215 Mulberry, Yankton,
            South Dakota  57078

*0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
 administer Federal funds and grants.
                                  273

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  SOUTH DAKOTA
     SOUTH DAKOTA AIR POLLUTION  CONTROL COMMISSION (cont.)

             R.  C.  Sweetman (general  public)  500  S. Dakota,
              Sioux Falls,  South Dakota  57102
             Ms.  A.  M.  Johnston  (general public),  Fort Meade,  South Dakota  57741
         Secretary  and Executive Officer:
             Charles E.  Carl,  Office  Bldg.  #2,  Pierre, South Dakota  57501

 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     A.   INTERSTATE

             The South Dakota  Air Pollution Control Commission advises,
             consults and cooperates  with other State agencies,  Federal
             agencies, other States,  interstate and interlocal agencies,
             local  governments,  industries  and  interested persons.
             South  Dakota provides other States with  available data and
             information on emissions,  air  quality, and  control strategy
             development.

     B.   -IlffMSTATE

        i  *   South  Dakota has  established a coordinated, statewide  air
         '    pollution control program  in which responsibility is shared
             between the State and local governments. Subject to State
             approval, municipalities and counties, acting  singly or
             jointly, may establish and administer local air pollution
             control programs  as strict or  more strict than State law and
             regulations.  When  appropriate,  the  State may  assume and
             retain jurisdiction over certain classes of air contaminant
             sources.

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.   GENERAL AUTHORITY

             South  Dakota Compiled Laws, (S.D.C.L.),  1967,  Annotated,,
         Volume 11, 1971 Pocket  Supplement, Title 34, Chapter  34-16A,
         Air Pollution Control,  88 34-16A-1 - 34-16A-63.
     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
    Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
           2 i
   Citation-'
  Plans and Programs

     1.  Develop comprehensive State
         air pollution control plans
         and programs
  21
 State Planning Agency
 with assistance from
 S.D. Air Pollution
 Control Commission
 (APCC)
8 34-16A-17(2)
  -'All references are to Ch. 34-16A, Air Pollution Control, SDCL, Vol.  11, 1971
    Pocket Supplement cited under General Authority.
                                    274

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SOUTH DAKOTA
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
            2/
   Citation -
Plans and Programs  Cont.

   2.  'Conduct studies, investi-
       gations, and research
Regulation

   3.  Adopt regulations

   4.  Adopt emission standards

   5.  Adopt emission limitations

   6.  Prevent construction, modi-
       fication, or operation of
       stationary sources

   7.  Issue permits for con-
       struction of new sources

   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources

   9.  Grant variances


jjuryeillance & Compliance

  10.  Obtain compliance
       information


  11.  Inspect & conduct tests


  12.  Require record keeping

  13.  Require periodic reports

  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders
  State Health Officer
  & S.D. State Depart-
  ment of Health (SDH);
  APCC
  APCC

  APCC

  APCC

  APCC



  APCC


  APCC


  APCC
  APCC; State Health
  Officer & SHD
  SDH


  APCC;

  APCC; SDH

  APCC; SDH


  APCC
88 34-16A-13,
 34-16A-16
8 34-16A-12

8 34-16A-24

8 34-16A-24

8 34-16A-27



8 34-16A-27


8 34-16A-27
88 34-16A-30,
 34-16A-40
88 34-16A-11,
 34-16A-13, 34-16A-20,
 34-16A-44.1, 34-16A-45
 34-16A-48, 34-16A-56
88 34-16A-45, 34-16A-46
88 34-16A-20

88 34-16A-18, 34-16A-19

88 34-16A-18, 34-16A-19,
 34-16A-26

88 34-16A-49, 34-16A-53,
 34-16A-57
                                  275

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SOUTH DAKOTA
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation -1
Emergency Action

  16.  Take special .prompt
       action In air pollution
       emergencies

Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable laws,
       regulations, standards, &
       administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
  State Health Officer
  and APCC
  APCC
  APCC
88 34-16A-40
 34-16A-50^34
 34-16A-52
88 34-16A-11
 34-16A-44
 '34-16A-59

8 34-16A-59
                                  276

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                                           UTAH
                                    IGOVERNORJ
                             JDEPARTMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICES!

ISTATE BOARD OF HEALTH!
•


DIVISION OF HEALTH
DIRECTOR




AIR C(
Chairman
by membei
Eleven Mei
One ex o
of Heal
     JL
BUREAU OF
LABORATORIES

BUREAU OF
ENVIRONMENTAL
HEALTH


         J.
 BUREAU OF
LOCAL HEAL!
  SERVICES
,TH—|
-Q
                               DIRECTORS OF MUNI-
                               CIPAL & COUNTY
                               HEALTH DEPTS.
                               MUNICIPAL &
                               COUNTY SANI-
                               TARIANS
           JAIR QUALITY SECTIO^
                 CHIEF
Exec. Secy, of Air Conservation Committee
    AIR CONSERVATION COMMITTEE
         & Vice Chairman elected annually

           iers
           icio - Director,  State Division
           i [or his designee]
 Ten appointed by Governor and confirmed
  by State Senate for staggered 4 yr.  terms
  Qualifications:
   Knowledgeable in air pollution matters.
   No more than five from same political
   party.
   One - licensed physician, not from indus.
   One - registered professional engineer,
          not from industry
   One - municipal or county government
   One - agriculture  One - mining
   One - manufacturing One - fuel industry
   Three - public, not representing or
           connected with industry
Executive Secretary, appointed by Director
   of Division of Health


CLERICAL STAFF) 	 -JADMINISTRATIONJ

~ - "I
|
{PUBLIC INFORMATION]
•=-• 	 	 	 =j_.
 [MONITORING]      ^TECHNICAL' SERVICED    [ENGINEERING & COMPLIANCE]
                                         Sanitarians in municipal & county health
                                          departments, active in air pollution control
                                         Consultant sanitarians in four districts com-
                                          plementing county & municipal sanitarians
                                            277

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                                   UTAH
I.  STATE AGENCIES

*  UTAH STATE DIVISION OF HEALTH

       44 Medical Drive, Salt Lake City,  Utah  84113
       Telephone:  801-328-6121
       Director of Health, Lyman J. Olsen, M.D., M.P.H.

       Bureau of Environmental Health

           72 East 4th South, Salt Lake City, Utah  84113
           Telephone:
           Director,

           Air Quality Section

               44 Medical Drive, Salt Lake City, Utah  84113
               Telephone:  801-328-6121
               Chief, Grant S. Winn, Ph.D.

   STATE BOARD OF HEALTH
       Chairman,
       Members:
       Secretary, Lyman J. Olsen, M.D.

   AIR CONSERVATION COMMITTEE
       Chairman,
       Members:
       Executive Secretary, Grant S. Winn, Ph.D.

*0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
 administer Federal grants and funds'.
                                    278

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 UTAH
II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE

            The Utah State Division of Health transmits information and
            data on emissions,  air quality and control strategy develop-
            ment to other States in the Four Corners Interstate Air
            Quality Control Region.

        :    The Air Conservation Committee advises,  consults, contracts
            and cooperates with other State agencies, Federal agencies,
            other States, interstate and interlocal  agencies, local
            governments, industries, interested persons and groups.

        •*.  The Executive Secretary of the Air Conservation Committee,
            with the concurrence of the Director of  the Division of Health,
            represents the State in all interstate air pollution matters,
            including interstate compacts and other  similar agreements.

    B. INTRASTATE

            Utah has established a coordinated, statewide air pollution
            control program in which responsibility  is shared between
            the State and local governments.  The State encourages local
            governments to handle air pollution control problems within
            their respective jurisdictions and provides technical and
            consultative assistance.  Local governments may enact and
            enforce air pollution control ordinances consistent with
            State law.  Local governments are also authorized to contract
            and enter into agreements with each other and with the State
            Division of Health for the purpose of establishing, planning,
            operating and financing air pollution control programs.  State
            financial aid is available in limited amounts to assist local
            governments in enforcing State air pollution rules, regulations
      •••<;     and standards.

    Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

            Bear River District Health Department
            Morgan County-Summit County Health Department
            Davis County Health Department
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  UTAH
     Names,  Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

             Tooele County Health Department
             Weber County Public Health Department
             Salt Lake City-County Health Department
             City-County Health Department of Utah County
             Logan City Health Department
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

             Air Conservation Act,  as amended,  Utah Code Annotated,  1953,
         Replacement Vol. 3 and 1971 Pocket Supplement,  Title 26,  Ch. 24,
         88 26-24-1 - 26-24-18.  For reorganization, placing Board of
         Health within Department of Social Services, etc.,  see Utah Code
         Annotated, 1953, Replacement Vol.  3, 1971 Pocket Supplement,
         Title 26, Ch. 15, 88 26-15-1 - 26-15-6.

     B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
    Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency=-'
   Citation^-'
  Plans and Programs

     1.  Develop comprehensive State
         air pollution control plans
         and programs
  Air Conservation
  Committee (ACC)
8 26-24-5(8)
  I/ 8 26-24-5 authorizes the State Board of Health to amend or modify any action
     of the Air Conservation Committee or its Executive Secretary if necessary to
     protect public health.
  2J All references are to Air Conservation Act, as amended, cited under General
     Authority.
             J                       280

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UTAH
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
                                                      II
   Citation
                                     2/
Plans and Programs Cont.

   2.  Conduct studies, investi-
       gations, and research

Regulation

   3.  Adopt regulations

   4.  Adopt emission standards


   5.  Adopt emission limitations
   6.  Prevent construction, modi-
       fication, or operation of
       stationary sources

   7.  Issue permits for con-
       struction of new sources

   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources

   9.  Grant variances

Surveillance & Compliance

  10.  Obtain compliance
       information

  11.  Inspect & conduct tests
  12.  Require record keeping

  13.  Require periodic reports

  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders
 ACC;  Executive
 Secretary ACC
 ACC

 ACC


 ACC


 ACC



 ACC


 ACC


 ACC
  ACC;  Executive
  Secretary ACC

  ACC;  Executive
  Secretary ACC

  ACC

  ACC

  ACC
  ACC;  Executive
  Secretary ACC
88 26-24-5(11),
 26-24-8(5)
8 26-24-5(1),(2),(18)

88 26-24-5(1),
 26-24-10(2)

88 26-24-5(1)
 26-24-10(2)

8 26-24-9
8 26-24-9


8 26-24-9


8 26-24-11(5)
88 26-24-5(4),
 26-24-8(4),26-24-11(3)

88 26-24-8(4),
 26-24-9(2)

8 26-24-5(3),(8),(18)

8 26-24-5(3)

8 26-24-5(1),
 .(3) ,_(8>-, (18)

8 26-24-5(5),
 26-24-8(7),26-24-9(1)
 26-24-11
                                  281

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UTAH
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
                                                      I/
   Citation -
Emergency Action

  16.  
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                                                      WYOMING
                                                  {GOVERNOR!
     COUNCIL ON HEALTH &
       MEDICAL SERVICES
                                       [DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH & SOCIAL SERVICED
                                       (DIVISION OF HEALTH & MEDICAL SERVICES)	
DENTAL HEALTH
  DIVISION
                     J_
PERSONAL CARE
  DIVISION
COMMUNITY CARE
   DIVISION
  ho
  oo
  CO
                                             1
DISEASE PREVENTION &
ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL
     DIVISION
Assistant Administrator
    & Director
                                                 Environmental Surveil-
                                                 lance and Control Services
                                                        Director
                                                  AIR QUALITY SECTION
                                                       DIRECTOR
AIR RESOURCES COUNCIL
Nine Members
Chairman, Vice Chairman, and Secretary
 elected annually by members
 Three ex officio
  One - representative of Council on
    Health and Medical Services
  One - Commissioner of Agriculture
    [or his designee]
  One - Chairman, Land and Water Com-
    mission [or his desginee]
 Six appointed by Governor and confirmed
  by State Senate for staggered four
  year terms
  Qualifications:
   Not all of same political party
   One - municipal government
   Three - industry   Two - public	

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                                  WYOMING
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

    WYOMING DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL SERVICES

 *      DIVISION OF HEALTH AND MEDICAL SERVICES

            Division of Disease Prevention and  Environmental  Control Services
            Environmental Surveillance and Control Services
            Air Quality Section
            State Office Building,  Cheyenne,  Wyoming  82001
            Telephone:  307-777-7511
            Administrator, Division of Health & Medical Services,
             Lawrence J. Cohen, M.D.

            Assistant Administrator and Director,  Division of Disease
                Prevention and Environmental  Control Services
                Herman S. Parish,M.D., M.P.H.

            Director, Environmental Surveillance and Control  Services,
                Robert L. Coffman,  M.P.H.

            Director, Air Quality Section, Robert E. Sundin

    WYOMING AIR RESOURCES COUNCIL

        State Office Building, Cheyenne, Wyoming  82001
        Telephone:
        Chairman, Donald R. Lamb
        Vice Chairman,
        Members:
            Henry A. Burgess
            Robert N. Olsen
            Hjaimer F. (Jan) Lee
            Franklin C. Peterson

        Secretary, Hugh L. Binford

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    A.  INTERSTATE

            The Division of Health and Medical  Services in the State Department
            of Health and Social Services advises, consults  and cooperates with
            Federal agencies, political subdivisions of the  State, industries and
            other groups.

 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer Federal funds.
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  WYOMING
                   (cont.)

             Wyoming  transmits  significant  air  quality  information  to
             adjoining  States.

     B.   INTRASTATE

             Wyoming  has  provided  for  a  Statewide  air pollution control
             program  in which responsibility  is shared  between  the  State
             and  local  agencies.   Local  agencies exercise  surveillance
             responsibilities and  report air  pollution  incidents and
             violations to  the  State agency.

     Names,  Addresses,  and  Officials of  Local Air  Pollution Control Agencies

             Casper-Natrona County Health Department
             241  South  Conwell, Casper,  Wyoming 82601
             Telephone:  307-234-4589

             Cheyenne City-Laramie County Health Unit
             315  West 20th  Street, Cheyenne,  Wyoming  82001
             Telephone:  307-638-8995

             Laramie  Health Department
             P. 0.  Box  C, Laramie, Wyoming  82070
             Telephone:  307-742-6625

             Laramie  Environmental Commission
             203  S. Fourth  Street, Laramie, Wyoming  82070
             Telephone:  307-742-6625
             Chairman,  Richard  W.  Weeks
             City Manager-Secretary, Harold Youngmeyer

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

     A.   GENERAL  AUTHORITY

             Wyoming  Air  Quality Act,  Wyoming Statutes, Vol. 8, 1971  Cumulative
         Supplement,  Title  35,  Ch. 9,  88 35-487 -  35-502.

     B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIBS
    Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation^
  Plans and Programs

     1.  Develop comprehensive State
         air pollution control plans
         and programs
  Air Resources Council
  (ARC) with advice &
  assistance of Division
  of Health & Medical
  Services (DBMS)
88 35-491(b),35-492(b)
  1 /
  —  All references are to Wyoming Air Quality Act cited under General 'Authority.

                                    285

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WYOMING
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation -'
Plans and Programs  Cont.

   2.  Conduct studies, investi-
       gations, and research

Regulation

   3.  Adopt regulations


   4.  Adopt emission standards


   5.  Adopt emission limitations


   6.  Prevent construction, modi-
       fication, or operation of
       stationary sources 2]

   7.  Issue permits for con-
       struction of new sources 2j

   8.  Issue permits for opera-
       tion of new sources 21

   9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

  ID.*;' Obtain compliance
      'information

  11.  Inspect & conduct tests

  12.  Require record keeping

  13.  Require periodic reports

  14.  Require emission
       monitoring devices

  15.  Issue enforceable
       administrative orders
  DHMS
  ARC
  ARC
  ARC
  ARC



  ARC; DBMS


  DHMS

  DHMS

  DHMS
  DHMS; ARC
8 35-492(c),(d)
88 35-488,35-491(c),
 35-492, 35-494

88 35-488,35-491(c),
 35-492, 35-494

88 35-488,35-491(c),
 35-492, 35-494
88 35-491(d),35-497



88 35-491(e),35-492
 35-493, 35-495

8 35-493  2J

8 35-492(c) -/

8 35-492(c) I/




88 35-492, 35-495
— The Wyoming Public Service Commission has jurisdiction over all electric
  generating plants and has promulgated "Utility Environmental Protection Rules".
I/See EPA Regulations, Air Programs, Approval and Promulgation of Implementation
  Plans, 37 FR No. 105, Pt. Ill 10842 at 10903-10904, May 31, 1972  (40 CFR
  88 52.2620 - 52.2628).
                                   286

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WYOMING
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation
                                                                       II
Emergency Action

  16.  Take special prompt action
       in air pollution
       emergencies
Enforcement

  17.  Enforce applicable lavs,
       regulations, standards &
       administrative orders

  18.  Seek injunctive relief
  Director, DHMS with
  concurrence of
  Governor, subject to
  review by ARC
  DHMS
  DHMS
8 35-496
88 35-492, 35-500
8 35-500(b)
                                  287

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REGION IX
American Samoa
Arizona
California
Guam
Hawaii
Nevada

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                               AMERICAN  SAMOA
                       Environmental  Quality  Commission
                               of  American  Samoa
                                   Chairman
                               (Lt.  Governor)
                                            I/
                              Commission Members I/
                                   Executive
                                   Secretary
                                                    Lab. Technician
                                                    Clerk Typist
I/Appointed by Governor
                                    289

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                                 AMERICAN  SAMOA
  !•   AGENCIES

  *   Environmental  Quality Commission

          Government  of  American Samoa
          Pago Pago,  American Samoa   96920
          Telephone:
          Chairman, Lt.  Governor
          Members
          Executive Secretary

 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

          The Environmental Quality Act of American Samoa provides for a
          coordinated territory-wide air pollution control program.  The
          Environmental Quality Commission advises, consults,  contracts and
          cooperates with the Federal Government,  other agencies of the
          Territory, industries and interested persons or groups.  With the
          permission of the Governor, the Chairman of the Environmental Quality
          Commission may delegate certain authorities or responsibilities of
          the air implementation plan to other Government of American Samoa
          agencies.

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A. GENERAL AUTHORITY:

          Environmental Quality Act, Code of American Samoa, Ch. 35.01,
        88 35.0101 - 35.0117.

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
       .Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation^
                                                                                2/
  Plans arid Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution cohtrol plans
          and programs
Environmental Quality
Commission(EQC)
88 35.0102
36.0106(f)
  27All references are to Environmental Quality Act, cited under General Authority.

  •^Official air pollution control agency with authority to accept and administer
   Federal funds and grants.
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AMERICAN SAMOA
III.   STATUTORY AUTHORITY
    B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
Statutory Authority
Plans and Programs (Continued)
2. Conduct studies, investigations,
and research
Regulation
3. Adopt regulations
4. Adopt emission standards
5. Adopt emission limitations
6. Prevent construction, modifi-
cation, or operation of
stationary sources
7. Issue permits for construc-
tion of new sources
8. Issue permits for operation of
new sources
9. Grant variances
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance information
11. Inspect and conduct tests
12. Require record keeping
13. Require periodic reports
Responsible Agency
EQC

EQC
EQC
EQC
EQC
EQC
EQC
EQC
EQC
EQC
EQC
EQC
Citation!/
8 35. 0106 (h)

88 35.0106
35.0110
88 35.0106
35.0110
88 35.0106
35.0110
8 35.0108
8 35.0108
8 35.0108
8 35.0113
88 35.0106(b)(
35.0107
35.0109
8 35.0109
88 35. 0106 (d)
35.0107
. 88 35.0107
35.0110(b)
                                        291

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AMERICAN SAMOA

III.  STATUTORY AUTHORITY

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES  (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation^.'
                                                                                 2/
  Surveillance and Compliance  (Continued)

     14.  Require emission monitoring
          devices

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders

  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special prompt  action
          in air pollution emergencies

  Enforcement
     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
          lations,  standards, and admin-
          istrative orders

     18.  Seek injunctive relief
EQC


EQC
Chairman, EQC, with
concurrence of Governor
EQC
EQC
88 35.010v!
35.0110(b)

88 35.0106(c)
35.0111(a)(b)
88 35.0112
35.0114(b)
88 35.0106(c)
35.0111
35.0116

88 35.0111(c)
35.0114(d)
                                        292

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                 ARIZONA
               (GOVERNOR!
          [State Board of Health]
State Air Pollution Control Hearing Board
  5 Members - appointed by Governor and
   confirmed by State Senate to serve for
   staggered 3 year terms
  Chairman and Vice Chairman selected by
   members
  Qualifications:
    Knowledgeable in field of air
     pollution
   Arizona State Department of Health
     Commissioner of Health
     Assistant Commissioner, Environmental
      Health Services
            Division of Air Pollution Control
              Director - appointed by Commissioner
                of Health
                 293

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                                    ARIZONA
I.  STATE AGENCIES
        State Board of Health
          Telephone:
          Elaine H. McFarland, R.N., Chairman
          Ben T. Dibble, P.E., Vice Chairman
          Arthur V. Dudley, Jr., M.D., Secretary
          William E. Naumann, Member
          C. Herbert Fredell, M.D., Member

        State Air Pollution Control Hearing Board
          Telephone:
          Louis R. Jurwitz , Chairman
          J. August Rau, Vice Chairman
          Mrs. Alexander Baird, Member
          Sidney B. Wolfe, Member
          Bradie 0. Hopper, O.D., Member

*  Arizona State Department of Health
          162U West Adams Street
          Phoenix, Arizona 8500?
          Telephone:  602-271-5572
          Commissioner of Health, Louis C. Kossuth, M.D., M.P.H.
          Assistant Commissioner, Environmental Health Services, \
            Edmund C. Garthe

        Division of Air Pollution Control

          162U West Adams Street
          Phoenix, Arizona  85007
          Telephone:  602-271-5306
          Director, Norman E. Schell
   Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
   administer Federal funds and grants.
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 ARIZONA

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.   INTERSTATE

         Arizona shares air quality and emission source data with adjoining
         States, California, Colorado,  Nevada,  New Mexico and Utah}  and
         coordinates with these States  in developing emergency air jpollution control
         plans.

   B.   iNTRASTATE

         Arizona provides for a coordinated statewide air pollution  control
         program in which responsibility is shared by the State and  counties,
         with primary responsibility vested in the State which also  retains     :
         original jurisdiction and control over the following:  nlajor sources
         of air pollution, i.e., sources capable of generating more  than 75
         tons of air contaminants per day; air pollution generated by
         operations and activities of the State and its political subdivisions;
         motor vehicle air pollution; air pollution from combustion
         engines, machinery and equipment operated in more than one  county.
         County or multi-county air quality control regions have jurisdiction
         and control over all other air pollution matters subject to the
         preemptive power of the State.

     Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

         Cochise County

           Cochise County Air Pollution Control District
         Coconimo County

           Coconimo County Air Pollution Control District




         Gila and Pinal Counties

           Gila-Pinal Joint County Air Pollution Control District
           Telephone:  602-969-2335, X6024
           Control Officer, L.C. Kopisch
                                      295

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ARIZONA

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   B.  INTRA5TATE (cont.)

     Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Ait Pollution Control Agencies (cont.)

         Greenlee County

           Greenlee County Air Pollution Control District
           P.O. Box 1475, Clifton, Arizona  85533
           Telephone:  602-864-4762
           Air Pollution Control Officer, Lawrence A. Dahners

         Maricopa County

           Maricopa County Department of Health Services
           1825 East Roosevelt Street
           Phoenix, Arizona  85006
           Telephone:  602-258-6381
           Director, S. F. Farnsworth, M.D.
           Bureau of Air Pollution Control, Director, Robert Taylor

           Maricopa County Air Pollution Advisory Council

             (same address and telephone as above)
             Chairman, Charles Luster

           Air Pollution Hearing Board

             Chairman, Sam Sutton

         Mohave County

           Mohave County Health Department
           Telephone:  602-753-6277


         Navajo County

           Navajo County Health Department
                                      296

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ARIZONA

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   B.  BTTRASTATE (cont.)


      Names, Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies  (cont.)

          Pima County

           Pima  County Air Pollution  Control District
           151 West Congress
           Tucson, Arizona  85701
           Telephone:  602-792-8686
           Director, Pima County Health  Department,  F.J.  Brady, M.D.
           Chief, W.F.R. Griffith
           Telephone:  602-792-8511

           Pima  County Air Pollution  Control District  Advisory Council

             Chairman, Gordon M. Luepke
             P.O. Box 731
             Tucson, Arizona  85702
             Telephone:  602-624-1793

          Santa Cruz County

           Santa Cruz County Health Department
            Telephone:   602-287-5670

          Yuma County

            Yuma County Health Department
            Telephone:   602-782-4531


III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A. GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Arizona Revised Statutes, Annotated (A.R.S.)  1971-1972  Cum.  Pocket  Part,
        88 36-1700 - 36-1720.01; 88 36-770 - 36-791, relating to local control
        of air pollution.  Arizona Haws, 1972, Regular Session, Ch.69 (H.B. No. 2339)

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 ARIZONA

III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY (cont.)

        approved and effective April 25, 1972, Pollution Control Cprporations
        for municipalities and counties (Amends Title 9, Arizona Revised
        Statutes by adding Ch. 12, Arts. 1-4, 88 9-1221 - 9-1230, 9-1261 -
        9-1263, 9-1271 - 9-1272, 9--1281.

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHQBITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency!/
Citation2-/
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
          and research
  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations


      4.  Adopt emission standards



      5.  Adopt emission limitations
          Prevent construction, modifi-
          cation, or operation of
          stationary sources
Division of Air Pollution
Control (DAPC)
DAPC; State Board of
Health; Arizona State
Department of Health*
State Board of Health
(SBH )*

SBH, DAPC*
SBH, DAPC*
DAPC, Subject to review
by State Air Pollution
Control Hearing Board
(SAPCHB)*
8 36-1705
8836-1705
36-1717
36-772; 36-773
36-774
88 36-1707;
36-779

88 36-1705.A.3
36-1707.A
36-779.A

88 36-1705.A.3
36-1707.A
36-779.A

88 36-1700B
36-1707.01
36-1707.02
36-1707.06
36-779.01
36-77$. 02
36-770.B
36-779.07
  I/The name of the responsible State agency only is given.  An asterisk indicates
      comparable local authority.

  2J  Unless otherwise noted, all references are to Arizona Revised Statutes
      Annotated cited under General Authority.
                                      298

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 ARIZONA
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
        .SPECIFIC' AUTHORITIES (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency^.'
                                                               I/
Citationf/
  Regulation (Continued)

      7.  Issue permits for construc-
          tion of new sources
          Issue permits for operation of
          new sources
          Grant variances
  Surveillance arid Compliance

     10.  Obtain compliance information
     11.  Inspect and conduct tests
      12.  Require  record keeping
DAPC, subject to review
by SAPCHB*
DAPC, subject to review
by SAPCHB*
SAPCHB; State Health
Commissioner*
DAPC,  SAPCHB*
DAPC*
 DAPC*
88 36-1707.01;
36-1707.02
36-779.01
36-779.02
88 36-1707.01;
36-1707.02
36-779.01
36-779.02

88 36-1711 -
36-1712.04
36-784 -
36-784.04
88 36-1705
36,1707.02.B
36-1708
36-1708.01
36-1712.02.B.5
36-1713.C
36-779.02.B
36-780
36-780.01
36-784.02.B
36-785

88 36-1705,
36-1708
36-1708.01
36-1712.02.B.5
36-780.01
36-784.02.B.3

88 36-1705
36-1707.02.B
36-1708
36-1708.01
36-780
                                       299

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 ARIZONA
III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORTTTRS (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency—'
Citation!/
  Surveillance and Compliance (Continued)

     13.  Require periodic reports
     14.  Require emission monitoring
          devices
     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders
  Emergency Action  .

     16.  Take special prompt action
          in air pollution emergencies
  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
          lations, standards, and admin-
          istrative orders
     18.  Seek injunctive relief
SBH; SAPCHB
DAPC*
Director, DAPC, subject
to review by SAPCHB*
Governor, following
determination of State
Health Commissioner;
State Attorney General at
request of State Health
Commissioner
DAPC*
 Director,  DAPC;
 State  Attorney General
 at  request of  State
 Health Commissioner*
86 36-1708
36-1712.02.B4
36-780
36-784.02.B.2

88 36-1708.C
36-1708.D
36-780.C
36-780.D

88 36-1709
36-1710
36-781
36-782
8 36-1719
see also t
36-1711
88 36-1707.C
36-1715
36-1716
36-1720
36-1720.Q1
36-78QE
36-787v-
36-789..
36-789.01
36-789.02
88 36-1715
36-1719
36-787
                                      300

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                                     CALIFORNIA
             Evaluation
            and Planning
               Legal
                                     IGOVERNQR!
                             California Resources Agency!
                             State Air Resources Board
                               (Composition as of July 1,  1972,  West's Ann. Health and
                                 Safety Code,  1972 Cum.  Pocket Part 88 39020 - 390213)
                               5 Members,  appointed by Governor and confirmed by State
                                 Senate
                               Chairman, Member appointed  by Governor to serve at his
                                 pleasure
                               Qualifications:
                                 Interest  and  ability in air pollution control, and under-
                                   standing of public needs
                                 2 - automotive engineering
                                 2 - chemistry, meterology, agriculture or law
                                 1 - air pollution control administration
                               Executive Officer^ appointed by Board	
                                Executive Officer and
                               Deputy Executive Officer
Data Processing
DWR


Air Quality
Management


Laboratory
Services
AIHL-DPH
    _L
Vehicle Emissions
Control

Administrative
Services
 Ait Quality
Surveillance
  Air
  Monitoring
  Emission
  Inventory
  Data
  Processing
  Meteorology
Implementation
Enforcement
                               _L
Vehicle
Device
Testing
and
Evaluation
Engineering
Investigations
Standards
                                 _L
                                                      Device
                                                      Certification
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                                   CALIFORNIA
 I.   STATE AGENCIES
         California Resources Agency
           Secretary, Norman B.  Livennore

 *  State Air Resources Board

         1025 P Street
         Sacramento, California   95814
         Telephone:  916-445-1511      :
         Chairman, A. J. Haagen-Stnit» Ph.D.
         Members
         Executive Officer, John A. Maga

II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.   INTERSTATE,

     .  ;  No area of California has been designated as a part of an interstate air
         pollution control region.  In interstate air pollution control situations,
         where the participation of California is required, the Executive Officer
         of the State Air Resources Board is the official to contact.
         Source:  The State of California Implementation Plan for Achieving and
         Maintaining the National Ambient Air Quality Standards, Part I, R 96,

   B.   IKTRASTATE

         In California,responsibility for air pollution control is shared by the Stated/
        ..and regional,multi-county or county air pollution control districts,
         including the Bay Area Air Pollution Control District.  The State
         advises and assists regional and local districts, exercises continuing
         surveillance over regional and local programs and is responsible for
         coordinating air conservation activities throughout the State.  Subject


 *  Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and administer
    Federal funds and grants.
 I/  The State has sole responsiblity for the control of motor vehicle emissions.
                                      302

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II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   B.  INTRASTATE (cont.)

         to the preemptive authority of the State, local and regional
         authorities have primary responsiblity for air pollution control and
         enforcement within their jurisdictions and may establish standards
         more restrictive than State standards.
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                               STATE OF CALIFORNIA

                               AIR RESOURCES BOARD
                     LOCAL AIR POLLUTION CONTROL OFFICIALS
                                 IN CALIFORNIA 21

                                    COUNTIES
   COUNTIES (AIR BASINS)

Alameda (S.F. Bay Area) . . . .
Alpine (Great Basin Val)  . . .
Amador (San Joaquin Val)  . . ,
Butte (Sacramento Val)  . . . .
Calaveras (San Joaquin Val) . .
Colusa (Sacramento Val) . . . ,
Contra Costa (S.F. Bay Area)  .
Del Norte (North Coast) . . . .
El Dorado (Sacramento Val)  . ,
Fresno (San Joaquin Val)  . . .
Glenn (Sacramento Val)  . . . ,
Humboldt (North Coast)  . . . .
imperial (Southeast Desert  . .
Invo (Great Basin Valleys)  . .
Kern (San Joaquin Val)  . . . .
Kern (Southeast Desert) . . . .
Kings (San Joaquin Val) . . . .
Lake (North Coast)  	
Lassen (Northeast Plateau . . ,
Los Angeles (South Coast  . . ,
Los Angeles (Southeast Desert).
Madera (San Joaquin Val)  . . ,
Marin (S.F. Bay Area) 	
Mariposa (San Joaquin Val). . ,
Mendocino (North Coast) . . . .
Merced (San Joaquin Val)  . . .
Modoc (Northeast Plateau) . . .
Mono (Great Basin Val)  . . . .
Monterey (North Central Coast).
Napa (S.F. Bay Area)  	
Nevada (Sacramento Val) . . . ,
Orange (South Coast)  	
Placer (Sacramento Val) . . . .
      PAGE        COUNTIES (AIR BASINS)

       11      Plumas (Sacramento) 	
        1      Riverside (South Coast) 	
       11      Riverside (Southeast Desert)  .  .  .
        6      Sacramento (Sacramento Val) .  .  .  .
       12      San Benito (North Central Coast).  .
        6      San Bernardino (South Coast)  ...
       11      San Bernardino (Southeast Desert)  .
        3      San Diego (San Diego) 	
        7      San Diego (Southeast Desert).  .  .  .
       12      San Francisco (S.F. Bay Area)  .  .  .
        7      San Joaquin (San Joaquin Val)  .  .  .
        3      San Luis Obispo (S. Central Coast).
       18      San Mateo (S.F. Bay Area) .....
        1      Santa Barbara (S.  Central Coast)  .
       12      Santa Barbara (South Coast) ....
       18      Santa Clara (S.F.  Bay Area) ....
       13      Santa Cruz (North Central Coast)...
        3      Shasta (Northeast Plateau)  ....
        5      Shasta (Sacramento Val) .	
       16      Sierra (Sacramento Val) 	
       19      Siskiyou (Northeast Plateau)  .  .  .
       13      Solano (Sacramento Val) ......
       11      Solano (S.F.  Bay Area)  	
       13      Sonoma (North Coast)  	
        4      Sonoma (S.F.  Bay Area)  ......
       14      Stanislaus (San Joaquin Val)  .  .  .
        5      Sutter (Sacramento Val) 	
        1      Tehama (Sacramento Val) 	
        2      Trinity (North Coast) 	
       11      Tulare (San Joaquin Val)  	
        7      Tuolumne (San Joaquin Val)  ....
       16      Ventura (South Coast) 	
        8      Yolo (Sacramento Val) .......
               Yuba (Sacramento Val)	  .

      AIR BASINS
GREAT BASIN VALLEYS AIR BASIN 	
  Alpine County             Inyo County
NORTH CENTRAL COAST AIR BASIN
  Monterey County
San Benito County
Mono County


Santa Cruz County
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    mentation Plan for achieving & maintaining the National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
    (Map of California Air Basins not included).                        (Rev. 1/72)

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                             AIR BASINS (Continued)
NORTH COAST AIR BASIN
    Del Norte County
    Mendocino C6unty
NORTHEAST PLATEAU AIR BASIN
    Lassen County
    Siskiyou County

SACRAMENTO VALLEY AIR BASIN
    Butte County
    Glenn County
    Plumas County
    Sierra County
    Tehama County
HumboIdt County
Sonoma County
Lake County
Trinity County
Modoc County
Shasta County
Colusa County
Nevada County
Sacramento County
Solano County
Yolo County
El Dorado County
Placer County
Shasta County
Sutter County
Yuba County
                                                3, 4
                                                5, 6
                                                6,7,8,9,10
SAN DIEGO COUNTY	   11
    San Diego County

SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA AIR BASIN	   ll
    Alameda County            Contra Costa County        Marin County
    Napa County               San Francisco County       San Mateo County
    Santa Clara County        Solano County              Sonoma County

SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY AIR BASIN  	 . 	 .   11,12,13,14,15
    Amador County             Calaveras County           Fresno County
    Kern County               Kings County               Madera County
    Mariposa County           Merced County              San Joaquin County
    Stanislaus County         Tulare County              Tuolumne County

SOUTH CENTRAL COAST AIR BASIN	   15, 16
    San Luis Obispo County    Santa Barbara County

SOUTH COAST AIR BASIN	   16, 17, 18
    Los Angeles County        Orange County              Riverside County
    San Bernardino County     Santa Barbara County       Ventura County

SOUTHEAST DESERT AIR BASIN	   18, 19, 20
    Imperial County           Kern County                Los Angeles County
    Riverside County          San Bernardino County      San Diego County
                                                                  (Rev. 1/72)

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                          GREAT BASIN VALLEYS AIR BASIN
                                  ALPINE COUNTY
         APCD

John Tryon*
Director of Public Works
Alpine County APCD
RFD
Gardnerville, Nevada  89410
         APCD

Victor H. Hough, M.D.*
Health Officer
Walter S. Carrington, R.S.**
Director, Div. of Sanitation
Inyo County APCD
P. 0. Box 218
Independence, Ca  93526
(714) 878-2411
Activated May 8, 1970
         APCD

Fred P. Garner*
Road Commissioner
Mono County APCD
P. 0. Box 457
Brid§epor)t, Ca  93517
(714) 932-8551
Activated November 23, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Alfred 0. Chain
 Supervisor, Alpine County
 Box 218
 Markleeville, Ca  96120
Activated November 23, 1970    cc:
 Lincoln E. Covington, Clerk
 Board of Supervisors
 P. 0. Box 158
 Markleeville, Ca  96120
 (916) 694-2231

      INYO COUNTY

Coordinating Council Member

 Allan H. Jacobs
 Supervisor, Inyo County
 County Courthouse
 Independence, Ca  93526
 (714) 878-2411
      MONO COUNTY

Coordinating Council Member

 Walter Cain
 (Kenneth Remes, Alternate)
 Supervisors, Mono County
 County Courthouse
 Bridgeport, Ca  93517
 (714) 932-8811
 Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

 Hubert Bruns
 Rt. 1 Box 327
 Gardnerville, Nevada  89410
 (916) 694-2933 (home)
cc:
 Lincoln E. Covington, Clerk
 Board of Supervisors
 P.  0. Box 158
 Markleeville, Ca 96120
 (916) 694-2231
 Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

 Frank Fowles
 Box 57
 Independence, Ca  93526
 (714) 878-2411
 Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

 B. K. Falconer
 County Courthouse
 Bridgeport, Ca  93517
 (714) 932-8811
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                     (Rev. 1/72)
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                        NORTH CENTRAL COAST AIR BASIN
                               MONTEREY COUNTY
         APCD

Edward W. Munson
APC Officer
Monterey-Santa Cruz Unified
  APCD, P.O. Box 487
Salinas, Ca  93901
(Courthouse)
(408) 758-3861
(408) 424-8611 Ext. 384
Activated July 1, 1968
       '  APCD

James G. Telfer, M.D.*
Director of Public Health
Roland Perkins**
Director of Environmental
  Health
San Benito County APCD
439 Fourth Street
Hollister, Ca  95023
(408) 637-5367
Activated August 24, 1970
         APCD

Edward W. Munson
APC Officer
Monterey-Santa Cruz Unified
  APCD
P. 0. Box 487
Salinas, Ca  93901
(Courthouse)
(408) 758-3861
(408) 424-8611 Ext. 384
Activated July 1, 1968
Coordinating Council Member

 Loren E. Smith, Supervisor
 Monterey County
 P. 0. Box 1819
 Salinas, Ca  93901
 (408) 424-8611
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Arthur C. Alteridge
P. 0. Box 1819
Salinas, Ca  93901
(408) 424-8611
 SAN BENITO COUNTY

Coordinating Council Member

 Herman A. Botelho
 Supervisor
 San Benito County
 County Courthouse, Rm. 204
 Hollister, Ca  95023
 (408) 637-3786
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

George F. Kincaid
County Courthouse
Hollister, Ca  95023
(408) 637-3786
 SANTA CRUZ COUNTY

Coordinating Council Member

 Henry J. Mello, Supervisor
 Santa Cruz County
 (Chairman, Coordinating
   Council)
 701 Ocean Street
 Santa Cruz, Ca  95060
 (408) 425-0111
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Ralph Sanson
701 Ocean Street
Santa Cruz, Ca  95060
(408) 425-0111
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                    (Rev. 1/72)
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                              NORTH COAST AIR BASIN
                                DEL NORTE COUNTY
          APCD

Joe Creisler
Sanitarian
Del Norte County APCD
450 H Street
Crescent City, Ca  95534
(707) 464-4011
(temporarily in charge of
  APC Program)
Activated November 23, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Thomas F. McNamara
 Supervisor, Del Norte County
 450 H Street
 Crescent City, Ca  95534
 (707) 464-2167
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors
Thomas F. McNamara
450 H Street
Crescent City, Ca
(707) 464-2167
95534
          APCD

Charles P. Sassenrath
APC Director
Humboldt County APCD
5630 South Broadway
Eureka, Ca  95501
(707) 443-3091
Activated February 4, 1964
  HUMBOLDT COUNTY

Coordinating Council Member

 Ray Peart, Supervisor
 Humboldt County
 County Courthouse
 Eureka, Ca  95501
 (707) 443-7555
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Donald F. Peterson
County Courthouse
Eureka, Ca  95501
(707) 443-7555
                                LAKE COUNTY
          APCD

Charles L. Geoble**
Agricultural Commissioner
Acting APC Officer
Lake County APCD
Route 1, Box 315-C
Kelseyville, Ca  95451
(707) 279-4842
Activated November 23, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Junior C. Wilds, Supervisor
 225 North Main Street
 Lakeport, Ca  95453
 (707) 263-5124
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Junior C. Wilds
225 North Main Street
Lakeport, Ca  95453
(707) 263-5124
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                  (Rev. 1/72)
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                       NORTH COAST AIR BASIN (Continued)
                                 MENDOCINO COUNTY
         APCD

Robert L. Holtzer, M.D.*
Health Officer
Mendocino County APCD
County Courthouse;
Ukiah, Ca  95482
(707) 462-4731
Activated August 19, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 J. Harvey Sawyers
 Supervisor, Mendocino County
 (Chairman, Coordinating
   Council)
 County Courthouse
 Ukiah, Ca  95482
 (707) 462-4731, Ext. 235-6
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

J. Harvey Sawyers
County Courthouse
Ukiah, Ca  95482
(707) 462-4731, Ext. 235-6
                                 SONOMA COUNTY
          APCD

Walter C. Glowers, M.D.*
Health Officer
R. 0. Logsdon, Jr.
Supervising Public Health
  Sanitarian
(Temporarily in charge of
  APC Program)
Sonoma County APCD
3313 Chanate Road
Santa Rosa, Ca  95401
(707) 527-2711
Activated July 1, 1971
Coordinating Council Member     Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors
 Henry Spomer
 Supervisor, Sonoma County
 2555 Mendocino Avenue
 Santa Rosa, Ca  95401
 (707) 527-2241
Ignazio A. Vella
2555 Mendocino Avenue
Santa Rosa, Ca  95401
(707) 527-2241
                                 TRINITY COUNTY
          APCD

Michael G. Polka, M.D.*
Health Officer
(916) 623-2271 (Courthouse)
(916) 623-4411 (Office)
Dick Kurby**
Sanitarian
(916) 623-2944
Trinity County APCD
P. 0. Box AK
Weaverville, Ca  96093
Activated November 23, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Leroy W. Harrison
 Supervisor, Trinity County
 P. 0. Box AK
 Weaverville, Ca  96093
 (916) 623-2271
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Mrs. Hazel K. Willburn
P. 0. Box AK
Weaverville, Ca  96093
(916) 623-2271
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                    (Rev. 1/72)
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                           NORTHEAST PLATEAU AIR BASIN
                                   LASSEN COUNTY
          APCD

Fredric L. (Les) Evans*
Agricultural Commissioner
Lassen County APCD
175 Russel Avenue
Susanville, Ca  96130
(916) 257-3526
Activated November 23, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 William Farris, Supervisor
 Lassen County
 County Courthouse
 Susanville, Ca  96130
 (916) 257-3633
 Chairman,  Bd.  of Supervisors

 L.  J.  Bingham
 County Courthouse
 Susanville,  Ca  96130
 (916)  257-3633
                                   MODOC COUNTY
          APCD

Ken Wright*
Agricultural Commissioner
Modoc County APCD
Box 1091
Alturas, Ca  96101
(916) 233-2225
Activated November 23, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Lester M. Cushman
 Supervisor, Modoc County
 Box 1130
 Alturas, Ca  96101
 (916) 233-2215
 Chairman,  Bd.  of Supervisors

 John B.  Laxague
 (Attn:   Iris B. Turner,
         County Clerk)
 Box 1130
 Alturas, Ca  96101
(916) 233-2215
                                   SHASTA COUNTY
          APCD

Ben B. Hurst, M.D.*
Health Officer
Dale Watson**
Chief Sanitarian
Shasta County APCD
2601 Hospital Lane
Redding, California  96001
(916) 241-5951
Activated September 28, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Norman A. Wagoner
 Supervisor, Shasta County
 (Chairman, Coordinating
   Council)
 County Courthouse
 Redding, Ca  96001
 (916) 243-3714 (Courthouse)
 (916) 378-3567 (Home)
 Chairman,  Bd.  of Supervisors

 Henry F. Keefer
 County Courthouse
 Redding, Ca  96001
 (916) 243-3714
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                     (Rev. 1/72)
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                     NORTHEAST PLATEAU AIR BASIN (Continued)
                               SISKIYOU COUNTY
          APCD

Jess Grisham*
Agricultural Commissioner
Siskiyou County APCD
Courthouse Annex
Yreka, Ca  96097
(916) 842-3531 Ext. 80
Activated October 27, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Earl F. Ager, Supervisor
 Siskiyou County
 County Courthouse
 Yreka, Ca  96097
 (916) 842-3531
 Chairman,  Bd. of Supervisors

'Ernest A.  Hayden
 County Courthouse
 Yreka, Ca   96097
 (916) 842-3531
                         SACRAMENTO VALLEY AIR BASIN
                                BUTTE COUNTY
          APCD

Donald Black*
Agricultural Commissioner
Butte County APCD
P. 0. Box 1229
(316 Nelson Avenue)
Oroville, Ca  95965
(916) 533-1230, Ext. 262
Activated March 6, 1970
 Coordinating Council Member    Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors
 Art Gilman, Supervisor
 Butte County
 79 Ord Ferry Road
 Chico, Ca  95926
 Jere E. Reynolds
 County Courthouse
 Oroville, Ca  95965
 (916) 533-1230
                               COLUSA COUNTY
          APCD

Wilbur Disney*
Agricultural Commissioner
Colusa County APCD
751 Fremont Street
Colusa, Ca  95932
(916) 458-4818
Activated June 3, 1969
Coordinating Council Member

 C. Martin Wilmarth
 Supervisor Colusa County
 546 Jay Street
 Colusa, Ca  95932
 (916) 458-4516
 Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

 Frank Miller
 546 Jay Street
 Colusa, Ca  95932
 (916) 458-4516
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
                                                                     (Rev. 1/72)
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                     SACRAMENTO VALLEY AIR BASIN (Continued)
                                EL DORADO COUNTY
          APCD

Vernon C. Peterson*
Asst. Civil Defense
  Coordinator
El Dorado County APCD
2850 Cold Springs Soad
Placerville, Ca  95667
(916) 626-2225
Activated August 8, 1968
Coordinating Council -Member

 Thomas M. Goodlee, Jr.
 Supervisor, El Dorado Co.
 El Dorado County Office
   Center
 2850 Cold Springs Road
 Placerville, Ca  95667
 (916) 626-2464
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

William V. D. Johnson
El Dorado County Office Center
2850 Cold Springs Road
Placerville, Ca  95667
(916) 626-2464
          APCD

W. Leiand Brown*
Agricultural Commissioner
Glenn County APCD
526 W. Sycamore Street
Willows,"Ca  95988
(916) 934-4651
Activated November 23, 1970
                                GLENN COUNTY
Coordinating Council Member

 Howard R. "Pete" Holvik
 Supervisor, Glenn County
 216 N. Plumas Street
 Willows, Ca  95988
 (916) 934-4464
                                NEVADA COUNTY
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Howard R. "Pete" Holvik
216 N. Plumas Street
Willows, Ca  9fr988
(916) 934-4464
         APCD

Peter J. Keenan, M.D.*
Health Officer
Hal Cox**
Senior Sanitarian
Nevada County APCD
Willow Valley Road
East Basement Wing
Nevada City, Ca  95959
(916) 265-2461, Ext. 264
Activated April 28, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Robert Long, Supervisor
 Nevada County
 Nevada County Courthouse
 Nevada City, Ca  95959
 (916) 265-2461
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Dean G. Lawrence
Nevada County Courthouse
Nevada City, Ca  95959
(916) 265-2461
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                    (Rev.1/72)
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                     SACRAMENTO VALLEY AIR BASIN (Continued)
                                  PLACER COUNTY
          APCD

Gordon Seek, M.D.*
Health Officer
James Ellsworth**
Air Pollution Control
  Specialist
Placer County APCD
155 Fulwejler Avenue
Auburn, Ce.  95603
(916) 885-4517
Activated March 3, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 J. B. "Brick" Paolini
 Supervisor, Placer County
 200 Atlantic
 Roseville, Ca  95678
 (916) 885-7711
 Chairman,  Bd.  of Supervisors

 J.  B.  "Brick"  Paolini
 200 Atlantic
 Roseville,  Ca   95678
 (916)  885-7711
          APCD

Steven L. Christiansen, M.D.*
Health Officer
William T. Cullen**
Chief Sanitarian
Plumas County APCD
P. 0. Box 480
Quincy, Ca  95971
(916) 283-1800
Activated May 18, 1970
    PLUMAS COUNTY

Coordinating Council Member

 Robert H. Hunter
 Supervisor, Plumas County
 Plumas County Courthouse
 Quincy, Ca  95971
 (916) 283-1060
 Chairman,  Bd.  of Supervisors

 Robert H.  Hunter
 Plumas County  Courthouse
 Quincy, Ca  95971
(916) 283-1060
          APCD

James T. Harrison, M.D.*
Director of Public Health
Philip S. Tow**
Chief, Div. of Air Sanitation
Sacramento County APCD
2221 Stockton Boulevard
Sacramento, Ca  95817
(916) 454-5458
Activated December 7, 1959
 SACRAMENTO COUNTY

 Coordinating Council Member    Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors
 Ted Sheedy, Supervisor
 Sacramento County
 827 - 7th Street
 Sacramento, Ca  95814
 (916) 454-5371
 Eugene T. Gualco
 827 - 7th Street
 Sacramento, Ca  95814
 (916) 454-5371
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                      (Rev.  1/72)
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                      SACRAMENTO VALLEY AIR BASIN  (Continued)
                                  SHASTA COUNTY
          APCD

 Ben  B. Hurst, M.D.*
 Health Officer
 Dale Watson**
 Chief Sanitarian
 Shasta County APCD
 2601 Hospital Lane
 Redding,  Ca  96001
 (916) 241-5951
 Activated September  28,  1970

          APCD

 Lewis L.  Huelsdonk*
 Civil Defense Coordinator
 Sierra County APCD
 County Courthouse
 Downieville, Ca 95936
 (916) 289-3521
 Activated November 23,  1970
Coordinating Council Member     Chairman. Bd. of Supervisors
 John Perez, Supervisor
 Shasta County
 Box 5433
 Anderson, Ca  96007
 (916) 243-3714
    SIERRA COUNTY
Coordinating Council Member

 Bison S. Robinson
 Supervisor, Sierra County
 P. 0. Box 86
 Downieville, Ca  95936
 (916) 289-3271
Henry F. Keefer
P. 0. Box 880
Redding, Ca  96001
(916) 243-3714
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Bison S. Robinson
P. 0. Box 86
Downieville, Ca  95936
(916) 289-3271
           APCD

 James  A.  Koslow
 APC  Officer
 Yolo-Solano  County  Unified
   APCD
 P. 0.  Box 1006
 (Yolo  County Courthouse)
.Woodland,  Ca  95695
 (916)  666-8433
 Activated July 1, 1971
    SOLANO COUNTY

Coordinating Council Member

 Wallace L. Braze1ton
 Solano County Courthouse
 Fairfield, Ca  94533
 (707) 422-2010
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Wallace L. Braze1ton
Solano County Courthouse
Fairfield, Ca  94533
(707) 422-2010
                                   SUTTER COUNTY
           APCD

 A.  C.  Perrin, Jr.*
 Agricultural  Commissioner
 Sutter County Department of
  Agriculture
 142 Garden Way
 Yuba City, Ca  95991
 (916)  674-2851
 Activated  July  28,  1969
Coordinating Council Member

 J. A. Bagley, Supervisor
 Sutter County
 Sutter County Office Bldg.
 463 Second Street
 Yuba City, Ca  95991
 (916) 673-7005
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Thomas S. Miller
Sutter County Office Bldg.
463 Second Street
Yuba City, Ca  95991
(916) 673-7005
 *Also  appointed Air Pollution  Control Officer
 **In  direct  charge  of  Air  Pollution  Control  Program
                                    314
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                   SACRAMENTO VALLEY AIR BASIN (Continued)
                                 TEHAMA COUNTY
          APCD

Donald R. Hill*
Agricultural Commissioner
Tehama County APCD
P. 0 Box 38
(1760 Walnut Street)
Red Bluff, Ca  96080
(916) 527-4504
Activated October 6, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Shannon 0.  Patterson
 Supervisor, Tehama County
 (Chairman,  Coordinating
   Council)
 P. 0. Box 108
 Gerber, Ca  96035
 (916) 527-4655
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Shannon 0. Patterson
P. 0. Box 108
Gerber, Ca  96035  '
(916) 527-4655
                                   YOLO COUNTY
          .APCD

James A. Koslow
APC Officer
Yolo-Solano County Unified
  APCD
P. 0. Box 1006
(Yolo County Courthouse)
Woodland, Ca  95695
(916) 666-8433
Activated October 19, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Arthur H. Edmonds
 Supervisor, Yolo County
 (Vice Chairman, Coordinating
   Council)
 1156 Fa11brook
 West Sacramento, Ca  95691
 (916) 662-3241
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Joseph Espigares, Jr.
Yolo County Courthouse
Woodland, Ca  95695
(916) 662-3241
          APCD

Art Worledge*
Agricultural Commissioner
Yuba County APCD
(1420 I Street)
P. 0. Box 264
Marysville, Ca  95901
(916) 743-7430
Activated November 17, 1970
      YUBA COUNTY

Coordinating Council Member

 Roy G. Landerman
 Supervisor, Yuba County
 5th District
 P. 0. Box 66
 Browns Valley, Ca  95918
 (916) 743-1511
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Roy G. Landerman
P. 0. Box 66
Browns Valley, Ca  95918
(916) 743-1511
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
                                                                     (Rev. 1/72)
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          APCD

J. B. Askew, M.D.*
Health Officer
Clark L. Gaulding**
Chief, APC Services
San Diego County APCD
Civic Center
1600 Pacific Highway
San Diego, Ca  92101
(714) 239-7711
Activated May 1955
                              SAN DIEGO AIR BASIN
                                 SAN DIEGO COUNTY
Coordinating Council Member
 None needed
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

William A. Craven
San Diego County Civil Center
1600 Pacific Highway
San Diego, Ca  92101
(714) 239-7711
                        SAN FRANCISCO BAY AREA AIR BASIN
     The Bay Area APCD is comprised of the following counties:   Alameda,
Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano,
and Sonoma.
                                    APCD

                        J. D. Callaghan
                        Chief Administrative Officer
                        Bay Area APCD
                        939 Ellis Street
                        San Francisco, Ca  94109
                        (415) 771-6000
                        Activated September 1955

                      SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY AIR BASIN

                               AMADOR COUNTY
          APCD

R. C. Lynch, M.D.*
Health Officer
Richard L. Walker, R.S.**
Amador County APCD
810 Court Street
Jackson, Ca  95642
(209) 223-1696
Activated November 23, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Edward Thomas Earnert
 Supervisor, Amador County
 108 Court Street
 Jackson, Ca  95642
 (209) 223-0420
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Edward Thomas Bamert
108 Court Street
Jackson, Ca  95642
(209) 223-0420
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                       316
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                  SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY AIR BASIN (Continued)
                              CALAVERAS COUNTY
          APCD.

D. L. Albasio, M.D.*
Health Officer
Carl Overmier**
Senior Sanitarian
Calaveras County APCD
Government Center
El Dorado Road
San Andreas, Ca  95249
(209) 754-4251
Activated March 6, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Milton B. Smith, M.D.
 Supervisor
 Calaveras County
 Calaveras County Government
    Center
 San Andreas, Ca  95249
 (209) 754-3052
 Chairman,  Bd.  of Supervisors

 Ernest F.  Bernasconi
 Calaveras  County Government
    Center
 San Andreas,  Ca  95249
(209) 754-3052
                                  FRESNO COUNTY
          APCD

William A. DeFries, M.D.*
Health Officer
R, E. Bergstrom**
Director of Environmental
  Sanitation
Fresno County APCD
515 South Cedar Avenue
Fresno, Ca  93702
(209,) 488-3239
Activated August 8, 1968
Coordinating Council Member

 Joseph A. Reich
 Supervisor, Fresno County
 Hall of Records
 Fresno, Ca  93721
 (209) 488-3033
 Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

 John Ventura
 Fresno County
 Hall of Records
 Fresno, Ca  93721
 (209) 488-3033
                                    KERN COUNTY
          APCD

Owen A. Kearns, M.D.*
Health Officer
Citron Toy**
Senior Sanitarian
Kern County APCD
P. 0. Box 997
Bakersfield, Ca  93302
(1700 Flower Street)
(805) 325-5051
Activated March 12, 1968
Coordinating Council Member

 LeRoy M. Jackson
 Supervisor, Kern County
 (Chairman, Coordination
    Council)
 P. 0. Box 1267
 Delano, Ca  93215
 (805) 327-2111
 Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

 LeRoy M. Jackson
 1415 Truxtun Avenue
 Bakersfield,Ca  93301
 (805) 327-2111
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                      317
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                     SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY AIR BASIN (Continued)
          APCD

Paul Cashio, M.D.*
Health Officer
Tony Maniscalco**
Director of Environmental
  Sanitation
Kings County APCD
1221 West Lacey Boulevard
Hanford, Ca  93230
(209) 582-3211
Activated March 19, 1968
                                  KINGS COUNTY
  Coordinating Council Member   Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors
 Evon G. Cody, Supervisor
 Kings County
 Box C
 Hanford, Ca  93230
 (209) 582-3211 Ext. 341
Joseph S. Mather, Jr.
Box C
Hanford, Ca  93230
(209) 582-3211 Ext. 341
                                 MADERA COUNTY
          APCD

Douglas F. Pratt**
Director of Sanitation
Aqting APC Officer
Madeira County APCD
216 West Sixth Street
Madera, Ca  93637
(209) 674-4641
Activated June 11, 1968
Coordinating Council Member

 Elmo Del Bianco
 Supervisor, Madera County
 County Government Center
 Madera, Ca  93637
 (209) 674-4641
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

J. W. Schmitz, Jr.
County Government Center
Madera, Ca  93637
(209) 674-4641
                                MARIPOSA COUNTY
          APCD

Avery E. Sturm, M.D.*
Health Officer
Mariposa County APCD
P. 0. Box 5
Mariposa, Ca  95338
(on Highway 140, next
  door to Frosty Shop)
(209) 966-3689
Activated April 9, 1968
Coordinating Council Member

 Tom Richardson
 Supervisor, Mariposa County
 County Courthouse
 Mariposa, Ca  95338
 (209) 966-2396
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Frank L. Long, Jr.
County Courthouse
Mariposa, Ca  95338
(209) 966-2396
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                    (Rev. 1/72)
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                     SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY AIR BASIN (Continued)
                                   MERCED COUNTY
          APCD

A. Frank Brewer, M.D.*
Health Officer
Bill Norman**
Director of Sanitation
Merced County APCD
P. 0. Box 1350
Merced, Ca  95341
(240 E. 15th Street,
  next to General Hospital)
<209) 723-0437
Activated January 14, 1969
Coordinating Council Member

 Johnnie J. Ramondini
 Supervisor, Merced County
 P. 0. Box 2008
 Merced, Ca  95340
 (209) 722-7411
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Johnnie J. Ramondini
P. 0. Box 2008
Merced, Ca  95340
(209) 722-7411
                                 SAN JOAQUIN COUNTY
          APCD

Jack J. Williams, M.D.*
Health Officer
J. Don Layson**
Director of Environmental
   Health
San Joaquin County APCD
P. 0. Box 2009
Stockton, Ca  95201
(1601 E. Hazelton Ave.)
(209) 466-6781
Activated May 9, 1967
Coordinating Council Member

 Carman Perino, Supervisor
 San Joaquin County
 (Vice Chairman, Coordinating
    Council)
 222 East Weber Avenue
 Stockton, Ca  95202
 (209) 944-2379
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Clifford C. Wisdom
222 East Weber Avenue
Stockton, Ca  95202
(209) 944-2379
                                 STANISLAUS COUNTY
          APCD

Robert S. Westphal, M.D.*
Health Officer
James Mankin**
Director of Sanitation
Stanislaus County APCD
902 Scenic Drive
Modesto, Ca  95350
(209) 526-6892
Activated August 20, 1968
Coordinating Council Member

 John E. Thurman, Jr.
 Supervisor
 Stanislaus County
 1100 Eye Street
 Modesto, Ca  95354
 (209) 524-1251
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

RobeVt Fahey
1100 Eye Street
Modesto, Ca  95354
(209) 524-1251
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                  319
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                   SAN JOAQUIN VALLEY AIR BASIN (Continued)
                                  TULARE COUNTY
          APCD

Lowell F. Chemberlen, M.D.*
Health Officer
Pete Manson**
Director of Sanitation
Tulare County APCD
County Civic Center
Visalia, Ca  93277
(209) 732-5511
Activated June 25, 1968
Coordinating Council Member

 Fred Batkinj Supervisor
 Tulare County
 Courthouse, Room 301
 Visalia, Ca  93277
 (209) 732-5511, Ext. 331
Chairman. Bd. of Supervisors

Raymond J. Muller
Courthouse, Room 301
Visalia, Ca  93277
(209) 732-5511, Ext. 331
                                TUOLUMNE COUNTY
          APCD

Ed Bigelow*
Agricultural Commissioner
Tuolumne County APCD
9 North Washington Street
Sonora, Ca  95370
(209) 532-7732
Activated October 13, 1970
Coordinating Council Member .

 Floyd S. Stirewalt
 Supervisor, Tuolumne County
 41 West Yaney Avenue
 Sonora, Ga  95370
 (209) 532-4574
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

John S. Kearney
41 West Yaney Avenue
Sonora, Ca  95370
(209)532-4574
                          SOUTH CENTRAL COAST AIR BASIN
                          SAN LUIS OB1SPO COUNTY
          APCD
H. Howard Kusumoto, M.D.*
Health Officer
Jim Gates**
Director of Sanitation
San Luis Obispo County APCD
P. 0. Box 1489
San Luis Obispo, Ca  93402
(2191 Johnson Avenue)
(805) 543-1200
Activated April 6, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 John V. Freeman, Supervisor
 Room 220, Courthouse Annex
 San Luis Obispo, Ca  93401
 (805) 543-1550 Ext. 321
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

John V. Freeman
Room 220, Courthouse Annex
San Luis Obispo, Ca  93401
(805) 543-1550 Ext. 321
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                    (Rev. 1/72)
                                      320

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                  SOUTH CENTRAL COAST AIR BASIN (Continued)
                             SANTA BARBARA COUNTY
          APCD

Joseph T. Mardo, M.D.
Director of Public Health
  and Acting APC Officer
Clifton J. Seymour**
APC Engineer
Santa Barbara County APCD
P. 0. Box 119 '
Santa Barbara.Ca.  93102
(4440 Calle Real)
(805) 967-2311
Activated September 14, 1970
Coordinating Council Member

 Curtis Tunnell, Supervisor
 Santa Barbara County
 105 E. Anapamu Street
 Santa Barbara, Ca  93104
 (805) 966-1611
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Daniel G. Grant
105 E. Anapamu Street
Santa Barbara, Ca  93104
(805) 966-1611
                              SOUTH COAST AIR BASIN
                              LOS ANGELES COUNTY
          APCD

Robert L. Chass
APC Officer
Los Angeles County APCD
434 South San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, Ca  90013
(213) 629-4711
Activated October 14, 1947
 Coordinating Council Member    Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors
 Warren M. Dorn, Supervisor
 Los Angeles County
 500 West Temple Street
 Los Angeles, Ca  90012
 (213) 625-3611
Warren M.Dorn
500 West Temple Street
Los Angeles, Ca  90012
(213) 625-3611
                                  ORANGE COUNTY
          APCD

William Fitchen
APC Officer
Orange County APCD
1010 South Harbor Blvd.
Anaheim, Ca  92805
(714) 774-0284
Activated September 1950
 Coordinating Council Member    Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors
 Robert W. Battin
 Supervisor, Orange County
 (Vice Chairman, Coordinating
    Council)
 515 N. Sycamore
 Santa Ana, Ca  92701
 (7.14) 834-3100
Robert W. Battin
515 N. Sycamore
Santa Ana, Ca  92701
(714) 834-3100
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                     (Rev. 1/72)
                                        321

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                       SOUTH COAST AIR BASIN (Continued)
                                RIVERSIDE COUNTY
          APCD

Galen Kinley
APC Officer
Riverside County APCD
Health Finance Bldg., Rra.
3575 Eleventh Street
Riverside, Ca  92501
(714) 787-2416
Activated June 13, 1955
    Coordinating Council Member

     Norman J. Davis
     Supervisor, Riverside County
     4050 Main Street
234  Riverside, Ca  92501
     (714) 787-2544
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

A. A. McCandless
4050 Main Street
Riverside, Ca  92501
(714) 787-2544
                              SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
          APCD

Donald M. Thomas
Acting APC Officer
Saa Bernardino County APCD
172 West Third Street
San Bernardino, Ca  92401
(714) 383-1661
Activated June 19, 1956
    Coordinating Council Member

     Daniel D.  Mikesell
     Supervisor, San Bernardino
        County
     175 West Fifth Street
     San Bernardino, Ca  92401
     (714) 889-0111
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Ruben S. Ayala
175 West Fifth Street
San Bernardino, Ca  92401
(714) 889-0111
                               SANTAABARBARA COUNTY
          AgCD

Joseph T. Nardo, M.D.
Director of Public Health
  and Acting ACP Officer
Clifton J. Seymour**
APC Engineer
Santa Barbara County APCD
P. 0. Box 119
Santa Barbara, Ca  93102
(4440 Calle Real)
(805) 967-2311
Activated September 14, 1970
    Coordinating Council Member

     George H. Clyde, Supervisor
     Santa Barbara County
     105 E. Anapamu Street
     Santa Barbara, Ca  93104
     (805) 966-1611
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Daniel G. Grant
105 E. Anapamu Street
Santa Barbara, Ca  93104
(805) 966-1611
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                     (Rev. 1/72)
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                       SOUTH COAST AIR BASIN (Continued)
                                 VENTURA COUNTY
          APCD

James B. Lehr
Director of Air Pollution
   Control
Ventura County APCD
735 E. Santa Barbara Street
Santa Paula, Ca  93060
(805) 525-5568
(805) 483-2910
Activated March 12, 1968
Coordinating Council Member

 Ralph R.  Bennett
 Supervisor, Ventura County
(Chairman, Coordinating
    Council)
 501 Poli Street
 Ventura,  Ca  93001
 (805) 648-6130
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

Ralph R. Bennett
501 Poli Street
Ventura, Ca  93001
(805) 648-6130
                           SOUTHEAST DESERT AIR BASIN
                                 IMPERIAL COUNTY
          APCD

Lawrence Miles
Health Administrator
Imperial County APCD
935 Broadway
El Centre, Ca  92243
(714) 352-3610
Activated November 23, 1970
(temporarily in charge of
  APC Program)
Coordinating Council Member

 Les Dowe, Supervisor
 Imperial County
 County Courthouse
 El Centre, Ca  92243
 (714) 352-3610
Chairman. Bd. of Supervisors

Tunney Williams
County Courthouse
El Centro, Ca  92243
(714) 352-3610
                                   KERN COUNTY
          APCD

Owen A. Kearns, M.D.*
Health Officer
Citron Toy**
Senior Sanitarian
Kern County APCD
P. 0. Box 997
Bakersfield, Ca  93302
(1700 Flower Street)
(805) 325-5051
Activated March 12, 1968
Coordinating Council Member

 LeRoy M. Jackson
 Supervisor, Kern County
 1415 Truxtun Avenue
 Bakersfield, Ca  93301
 (805) 327-2111
Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

LeRoy M. Jackson
1415 Truxtun Avenue
Bakersfield, Ca  93301
(805) 327-2111
 * Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
** In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                   323
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                    SOUTHEAST DESERT AIR BASIN (Continued)
                              LOS ANGELES COUNTY
          APCD

Robert L. Chass
APC Officer
Los Angeles County APCD
434 South San Pedro Street
Los Angeles, Ca  90013
(213) 629-4711
Activated October 14, 194?
Coordinating Council Member

 Warren M. Dorn
 Supervisor, Los Angeles Co.
 500 West Temple Street
 Los Angeles, Ca  90012
 (213) 625-3611
 Chairman,  Bd. of Supervisors

 Warren M.  Dorn
 500 West Temple Street
 Los Angeles,  Ca  90012
 (213) 625-3611
                                RIVERSIDE COUNTY
          APCD

Galen Kinley
APC Officer
Riverside County APCD
Health Finance Bldg., Rm. 234
3575 Eleventh Street
Riverside, Ca  92501
(714) 787-2416
Activated June 13, 1955
Coordinating Council Member

 Norman J. Davis
 Supervisor, Riverside County
 4050 Main Street
 Riverside, Ca  92501
 (714) 787-2544
 Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

 A.  A.  McCandless
 4050 Main Street
 Riverside, Ca  92501
 (714) 787-2544
                             SAN BERNARDINO COUNTY
          APCD

Donald M. Thomas
Acting APC Officer
San Bernardino County APCD
172 West Third Street
San Bernardino, Ca  92401
(714) 383-1661
Activated June 19, 1956
Coordinating Council Member

 William A. Betterly
 Supervisor, San Bernardino
    County
 (Chairman Coordinating
    Council)
 175 West Fifth Street
 San Bernardino, Ca  92401
 (714) 889-0111
 Chairman, Bd. of Supervisors

 Ruben S. Ayala
 175 West Fifth Street
San Bernardino, Ca  92401
 (714) 889-0111
                                                                     (Rev. 1/72)
                                      324

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                    SOUTHEAST DESERT AIR BASIN (Continued)
                               SAN DIEGO COUNTY


          APCD                Coordinating Council Member     Chairman,  Bd.  of Supervisors

J. B. Askew, M.D.*             Jack Walsh, Supervisor         William A. Craven
Health Officer                 San Diego County               San Diego  County Civic Center
Clark L. Gaulding**            1600 Pacific Highway           1600 Pacific Highway
Chief, APC Services            San Diego, Ca  92101           San Diego, Ca  92101
San Diego County APCD          (714) 239-7711                 (714) 239-7711
Civic Center
1600 Pacific Highway
San Diego, Ca  92101
(714) 239-7711
Activated May 1955
 *Also appointed Air Pollution Control Officer
**In direct charge of Air Pollution Control Program
                                                                    (Rev.  1/72)
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CALIFORNIA

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Air Resources Board and Statewide standards (Mulford-Carrell Air
        Resources Act, as amended, Health and Safety Code, Division 26, Part 1),
        West's Ann. Health and Safety Code, §§ 39000 - 39013 (definitions, policy)
        S§ 39020-39023.339050 - 3907U (State Air Resources Board,
          organization, administration, powers and dutiesj California Environmental
          Protection Program)
        §§ 39077 -"39078 (nonvehicular pollution control)
        §§ 39080 -" 39201 (motor vehicle pollution control; Pure Air Act of 1968
           as amended)
        §§ 39250 - 39255 (low emission motor vehicles)
        SB 39260 - 3926U (enforcement)
        §§ 39270 - 39275 (coordinated basin-wide air pollution control plans)
        §§ 39295 - 39299.h (burning)
           For additional powers of State Air Resources. Board see West's-Ann.
        Government Code, §8 11150-11162.

        "  Cpunty Air Pollution Control Law, West's Arm.-Health and Safety Code,
        8§ 24198 - 24341.
           liay Area Air Pollution Control Law, West's Ann. Health and Safety Code,
         88  24345 - 24374.

           Regional Air Pollution Control Law, West's Ann. Health and Safety Code,
         88 39300 - 39570  (Mulford-Carrell Air Resources Act, as amended, Health
         and Safety Code, Division 26, Part 2)

           Environmental Quality Act of 1970, as amended, West's Ann. Public
         Resources Code 1972 Cum. Pocket Part, 88 21000 - 21151.

           California Emergency Services Act, as amended, West's Ann. Government
         Code 88 8550 - 8668.

           Act of November 16, 1971, relating to environmental actions,  West's
         Ann. Government Code, 1972 Cum. Pocket Part, 88 12600 - 12612.

           California Laws 1972, Regular Session, Ch. 94  (A.B. No. 1484) approved
         and effective May 23, 1972, amends sections 24212,  24354 and 39380,
         West's Ann. Health and Safety Code, Ch. 94 authorizes county air
         pollution control districts,  the  Bay Area Air Pollution Control District
         and regional air pollution control districts to contract with other such
         districts to perform air pollution control functions and to be compensated
         by  such other  districts.
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CALIFORNIA
III.  STATUTbRY AUTHORITY
     B.  SPECIFIC  AUTHORITIES
         Statutory Authority
Responsible Agerid
Citation^
   Plans and Programs

       1.  Develop comprehensive State
           air pollution control plans
           and programs

       2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
           and research

   Regulation

       3.  Adopt regulations

       4.  Adopt emission standards
       5.  Adopt emission limitations


       6.  Prevent construction,modifi-
           cation, or operation of
           stationary sources

       7.  Issue permits for construc-
           tion of new sources

       8.  Issue permits for operation of
           new sources

       9.  Grant variances

   Surveillance and Compliance

      10.  Obtain compliance information
State Air Resources
Board (SARB)
SARB
SARB*

SARB*
SARB*
Subject to revocation
by SARB*
SARB*
88 39011, 39013
39067, 39270 -
39275

88 39052, 39052.8
39067, 39067.1
88 39051, 39313

88 39011, 39012
39051, 39054,
39078, 39273,
39274

88 39051, 39052i
39052.8
8 39054.2
88 39050, 39051,
39052, 39054,
39055, 39067.1
   37Where applicable the name of the responsible State agency only is given.  An
       asterisk indicates comparable regional, county, or Bay Area authority referenced
       under General Authority.
   h/  Unless otherwise noted, all references are to West's Annotated Health and
       Safety Code.
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CALIFORNIA
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.  SPECIFIC AtJTHORITIES  (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible 'Agency!/
Citationk/
  Surveillance and Compliance (Continued)

     11.  Inspect and conduct tests
     12.  Require record keeping

     13.  Require periodic reports

     14.  Require emission monitoring
          devices

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders

  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special prompt action
          in air pollution emergencies
  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
          lations, standards, and admin-
          istrative orders

     18.  Seek injunctive relief
SARB*
SARB*

*
Governor
(dee also Administra-
tive Order No. 72-3,
approved by Governor
January 31, 1972)*
State Attorney General*
State Attorney General*
                                          328
88 39023.3, 39051,
39054.  West's
Ann. Code of
Civil Procedure,
1972 Cum. Pocket
Part, 88 1822.50 -
1822.57, relating
to inspection
warrants
8 39054
                           88 39054,
                           39054.1
California
Emergency
Services Act,
West's Ann.
Government Code
88 8550 - 8668,
especially
88 8558, 8567,
8570, 8625, 8630
88 39054, 39054.1
39077 - 39077.7
39260 - 39264

88 39077.7,
39054.1, see also
West's Ann. Gov.
Code, 88 12600 -
12612, authorizing
State Attorney
General to maintaii
actions for
eqii table relief
to protect the
environment

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                                            GUAM
                                           -appoints-
Department of Public Health & Social Services
 Carries out programs under supervision
  of Air Pollution Control Commission

     Director of Public  Health and
            Social Services
      Environmental Protection Section

           Administrator
        Air Pollution Control Program
Air Pollution Control Commission
 Chairman, elected by members
 Secretary, designated by Director
  of Public Health and Social
  Services
 5 Members!/
  3 Ex Officio
     Director of Public Health
      and Social Services
     Director of Agriculture
     Chief Officer, Public
      Utility Agency of Guam
  2 appointed by Governor for
   two year terms
  i/Each member may designate
  a deputy or alternate
                            CM
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                                      GUAM
  I.   AGENCIES
  *  Air Pollution  Control  Commission
          Chairman,  Franklin Cruz
              Department of Public  Health and  Social  Services

                 Government of Guam
                 P.O.  Box 2816
                 Agana,  Guam  96910
                 Telephone:
                 Director,  Franklin Cruz

                    Environmental Protection Section

                      Administrator,  Dr. O.V.  Natarajan
                      Telephone:     746-9138

 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL  COOPERATION

          Guam's "Air Pollution Control Act" provides for a coordinated
          territory-wide air pollution control program.

          The Air Pollution Control Commission advises,  consults,  contracts
          and cooperates with other agencies of the Territory,  industries,
          the Federal government and interested persons  or groups.

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GEtiERAL AUTHORITY

          Air Pollution  Control Act, as amended, The  Government Code of the
        Territory of Guam,  1970 Cum. Pocket Supp.,  Title X, Ch. 12,
        88 9960.1 - 9960.18
  *  Official air pollution control agency with authority to accept and administer
     Federal funds and grants.
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III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE




    B. SPECIFIC" ITCTHORITIES
Statutory Authority
Plans and Programs
1. Develop comprehensive State
air pollution control plans and
programs
2. Conduct studies, investigations,
and research
Regulation
3. Adopt regulations
4. Adopt emission standards
5. Adopt emission limitations
6. Prevent construction, modifi-
cation, or operation of
stationary sources
7. Issue permits for construc-
tion of new sources
8. Issue permits for operation of
new sources
9. Grant variances
Surveillance and Compliance
10. Obtain compliance information
11. Inspect and conduct tests
12 . Require record keeping
Responsible Agency
Air Pollution Control
Commission (APCC)
APCC

APCC
APCC
APCC
APCC
APCC
APCC
APCC
APCC
APCC
APCC
Citation^/
g 9960.6(f)(r)
8 9960. 6 (h)

88 9960. 6(a)
9960. 14 (a)
8 9960.10
8 9960.10
88 9960.6(p)(q)
9960.8
88 9960.6(p)(q)
9960.8
88 9960.6(p)(q)
9960.8
8 9960.13
88 9960.6(b)(d)
9960.7
9960.9
9960. ll(d)
88 9960.6(d)(i)
9960.7
9960.9
9960.10
8 9960. 6(d)
9960.7
   2/  All references are to Air Pollution COntrol Act  cited  under  General Authority.
                                         331

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GUAM

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    B.  .SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation^
                                                                                2/
     13.  Require periodic reports
     14.  Require emission monitoring
          devices

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders

  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special prompt action
          in air pollution emergencies
  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
          lations, standards, and admin-
          istrative orders

     18.  Seek injunctive relief
APCC
APCC
APCC
Director of Public Health
and Social Services with
concurrence of Governor
APCC
APCC
88 9960.7
9960.10

88 9960.7
9960.10

88 9960.6(c)
9960.11
8 9960.12
88 9960.11
9960.16
8 9960.16(c)
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                                                HAWAII



                                       | Department of Health
(Board  of  Healthf
-{Office of the Directorf
^Special Advisory Committees]

1 1 1
Administrative Comprehensive County/State Health Education
Services Health Hospitals Office
Office Planning Office Administration
Office

Children's Communicable Dental
Health Disease Health
Services Division Division
Division

1
Hawaii Kauai toui
District District District


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H

nvironmental Medical Health
ealth Division Services
Division

-| Air Sanitation Branch

Food and Drug
Branch

Mosquito
- Control
Branch

Occupational & |
- Radiological Technical
Health Branch Service
Sectic
_ Rodent Control
Branch

Sanitary Engineering
Branch

^ Sanitation Branch

1 I
Personnel Research and
Office Statistics
Office
	 ; 	 1 — _ 	 j
Cental Health Waimano Training
Division School & Hospital
; _ Division

Air Sanitation Branch
Chief

• LiV . i| '"'
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Investigational Engineering
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                                     HAWAII

  I.  STATE AGENCIES                                                                          I
      •                                                                                  .      i

      Hawaii State Department of Health

           P. 0. Box 3378
           Honolulu, Hawaii 96801
           Telephone: 808-&8-6355
           Director of Health, Walter B.  Quisenberry,  M.P.H.,  M.D.

      Division of Environmental Health

           P. 0. Box 3378
           Honolulu, Hawaii 96801
           Telephone: 808-5U8-6355
           Executive Director, Shinji Soneda

     •*Air Sanitation Branch

           P. 0. Box 3378
           Honolulu, Hawaii 96801
           Telephone: 808-5U8-6355
           Chief, Robert S. Nekemoto

 II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

        In Hawaii, air pollution control  is the sole responsibility of the
      State carried out by the Air Sanitation Branch within the Division
      of Environmental Health of the Hawaii State Department of Health.
      There are no local air pollution control agencies in the State of
      Hawaii.  However, the State Department of Health may delegate its                       '•
      enforcement authority to other State and county agencies.  At
      present The Honolulu City and County Police Department exercises                        '
      this delegated enforcement authority with respect to regulations
      prohibiting visible emissions from  mobile sources and the County
      Fire Departments exercise this authority with respect to open burning
      regulations.  The Hawaii State Department of Health is also
      empowered to establish county air pollution control associations to
      assist the Department by providing  advice on county air pollution
      problems and by reviewing and reporting on Department rules of strictly
      local application.  Under the law,  counties may adopt ordinances and
      regulations governing any matter relating to environmental quality control
      which is not governed by a rule or  regulation of the Department of Health.

III.  STATUTORY AUTHORITY

  A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

        Hawaii, 1972 laws, Regular Session, Act 100, relating to Ecology,
      Environment and Recreation, approved May 22, 1972, effective 3 months
      after approval date (S.B. No. 1382) pp. 579-609-

  * Official State air pollution control  agency with authority, with approval
    of Governor, to accept and administer Federal funds and grants.


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HAWAII

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
     B. SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES  (cent.)
         Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation^/
   Plans and Programs

       1.  Develop comprehensive State
           air pollution control plans
           and programs

       2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
           and research

   Regulation

       3.  Adopt regulations


       4.  Adopt emission standards


       5.  Adopt emission limitations

       6.  Prevent construction, modifi-
           cation, or operation of
           stationary sources

       7.  Issue permits for construc-
           tion of new sources

       8.  Issue permits for operation of
           new sources

       9.  Grant variances

   Surveillance and Compliance

      10.  Obtain compliance information
Director, Department of
Health (DH)
Director, DH


Director, DH


Director, DH

Director, DH



Director, DH


Director, DH


Director, DH



Director, DH
8    -22(4)
88


88


88

88



88


88
-3
-22(1)

-3
-22(1)

-3
-22(1)
-6(c)
-22(2)
-6
-22(2)

-6
-22(2)
8    -7
 88     -8(e)
       -10
       -22(3)(6)(7)
    I/  All  references are  to Act  100 cited under General Authority,
                                         335

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III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE




    B. SPECIFIC AUTHCftlTIES- (cont.)
Statutory Authority
Surveillance and Compliance
11. Inspect and conduct tests
12 . Require record Keeping
13. Require periodic reports
14. Require emission monitoring
devices
15. Issue enforceable adminis-
trative orders
Emergency Action
16. Take special prompt action
in air pollution emergencies
Enforcement
17. Enforce applicable laws, regu-
lations, standards, and admin-
istrative orders
18. Seek injunctive relief
Responsible Agency
Director, DH
Director, DH
Director, DH
Director, DH
Director, DH
Director, DH, with
approval of Governor
Director, DH; State
and County Health
authorities and police
officers
Director, DH
Citation^
88 -10
-22(3)
8 -22(3)
8 -22(2) (3)
8 -22(3)
8 -8
8 -9
88 -8(c)
-11
-17
-22(7)
-23
8 -12
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                                       NEVADA
                                     )GOVERNOR|
State Environmental
Protection Hearing
      Beard
 5 Members appointed
 by Governor, includ-
 ing 1 registered
 engineer & 1 manu-
 facturing or proces-
 sing	
   State Commission of
Environmental Protection
  8 Members
    Chairman appointed by Governor
    Chief,  Bureau of Environmental Health,
    Division of Health, Department of Health,
    Welfare and Rehabilitation
    Director, Nevada Department of Fish and
    Game
    State Highway Engineer
    State Forester Firewarden
    State Engineer
    Director, State Dept. of Conservation
    and Natural Resources
    Secretary-Manager State Planning Board
    Executive Director, State Dept. of Agriculture
  State Dept. of Health, Welfare and Rehabilitation
  provides technical support and staff services for
  the Commission
               State Department of Health, Welfare and Rehabilitation
                 Director
                                 Division of Health
                           Dffice of State Health Officer
1 1 1
Bureau of
Environmental
Flealth, Chief
-



Air Pollution]

Consumer
Protection


Radiological
Health

Public Health
Engineering
Services

Water
Pollution

Bureau of bureau <
Laboratories pental 1
i Research

Medical
Services

Environmental
Services

|
af Bureau of
tealth Preventive
fedical &
Community
Health
Services

1
Bureau of
Maternal,
Child &
School
Health

1
Bureau of
Health
Facilities
and
Construction

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                                    NEVADA
I.  STATE AGENCIES

*  State Commission of Environmental Protection

        201 S. Fall Street
        Carson City, Nevada  89701
        Telephone:  702-882-7482
        Chairman, Elmo J. DeRicco
        Members
    State Environmental Protection Hearing Board
    State Department of Health, Welfare and Rehabilitation

         201 S. Fall Street
         Carson City, Nevada 89701
         Telephone:

        Director,

            Division of Health
            State Health Officer
*  Official State air pollution control agency for State programs with authority
   to accept and administer Federal funds and grants. (N.R.S., Title 40,
   8 445.456(1). For local authority see N.R.S. Title 40, 8 445.546(3)).


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 NEVADA

 I.   STATE AGENCIES  (cbnt.)

     Bureau of Environmental  Health

         Nye Building
         201 South Fall  Street
         Carson City, Nevada  89701
         Telephone:   702-882-7458
         Chief, Ernest G.  Gregory
         Air Quality Officer, Dick Serdoz
         Telephone:   702-882-7870

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE
         The State Commission of Environmental Protection cooperates with
         other State agencies, Federal agencies,  other States,  interstate
         agencies, local governments and interested persons.  Under Nevada
         law, all governmental sources of air contaminants are  required to
         comply with all State and local air pollution laws,  regulations
         and ordinances.

         Nevada, acting through the Bureau of Environmental Health,
         of Che4. State Department of Health, Welfare and Rehabilitation,
         cooperates and exchanges information add data relating to air
         quality, emissions, air quality surveillance and emergency plans
         with adjoining States, Arizona, California, Colorado,  New Mexico
         and Utah.

         With the approval of the Federal Government, Nevada  and California
         have authorized the Tahoe Regional Planning Agency to  plan, adopt,
         implement and enforce, with the assistance of States*counties and
         cities within the region, an environmental plan for  the Tahoe Basin.
   B.  TUTRASTATE
         In Nevada, responsibility for air pollution control is a cooperative
         effort of the State and local governments.  Under the Nevada Air
         Pollution Control Act=/counties are authorized, subject to continuing
         State surveillance and assertion of State control where local programs
         are inadequate, to establish, administer and enforce local air pollution
         control programs consistent with or more strict than the State program.
         Where appropriate the State may assume and retain jurisdiction over
         certain classes of contaminant sources.  The Act expressly provides that
         within their respective jurisdictions, local air pollution control
         authorities may exercise many of the same powers and responsibilities
         granted to the State Commission of Environmental protection and the State
         Environmental Protection Hearing Board (N.R.S., Title UO, §
     V See especially Nevada Revised Statutes, Title 1;0, §§ Ui5«5U6,
     ~
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 NEffADA

 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

      Names Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

          District Health Department of Clark County

            625 Shadow Lane
            Las Vegas, Nevada  89106
            Telephone:  702-385-1291
            Chief Health Officer,  Otto Ravenholt, M.D.
            Assistant Director, Air Pollution Control
              Division, Donald R.  Arkell

          Washoe County District Health Department

            10 Rinnan Ave.
            Reno, Nevada  89502
            Telephone:  702-785-4246
            District Health Officer, William E. Winikow, M.D.
            Director, Division of Environmental
              Protection, 0. Burton Cole


III.   STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A. GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Nevada Revised Statutes  (N.R.S.) Title 40, Ch. 445, §8 445.401 -
        445.601.

    B. SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency—'
                                                               2/
Citation^'
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State        State Commission of        8 445.401
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

  2/  The name of the responsible State agency only is given.  An asterisk indicates
      comparable local authority.

  3/  All references are to Title 40, Ch. 445, Nevada Revised Statutes,
State Commission of
Environmental
Protection (SCEP)
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NEVADA

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

     B. SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cent.)
         Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency '!/
Citation I/
       2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
           and research

   Regulation

       3.  Adopt regulations


       4.  Adopt emission standards


       5.  Adopt emission limitations

       6.  Prevent construction, modifi-
           cation, or operation of
           stationary sources

       7.  Issue permits for construc-
           tion of new sources
   8   8.  Issue permits for operation of
           new sources
       9.  Grant variances
    Surveillance and Compliance

       10.  Obtain  compliance information
       11.   Inspect  and  conduct  tests
       12.   Require record  keeping
SCEP*
SCEP*


SCEP*


SCEP*

SCEP*



SCEP*



SCEP*



SCEP*
 SCEP,  State Environ-
 mental Protection
 Hearing Board  (SEPHB);
 County District Courts
 at request of  Chairman
 of local air pollution
 control hearing Board*

 SCEP*
 SCEP*
8 445.461(8)
88 445.461(1)
445.466

88 445.461
445.536

8 445.461

88 445.461
445.491
445.496

88 445.461
445.491
445.496

88 445.461
445.491
445.496

88 445.506
445.511
445.516
445.521
see also 445.586
88 445.461
445.476
445.481
445.1&6
445.491
445.1t96
1*1*5.581

88 445.461
445.476
445.581

88 445.456
445.461
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NEVADA

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    B. SPECIFIC 'AUTHORITIES (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agencyf-/
Citation:*/.
     13.  Require periodic reports
     14.  Require emission monitoring
          devices

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders
  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special prompt action
          in air pollution emergencies
  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu'
          lations, standards, and admin
          istrative orders

     18.  Seek injunctive relief
SCEP*
SCEP*
SCEP, subject to review
by SEPHB*
Chief, Bureau of
Environmental Health,
or Local Control Officer
subject to review by
SEPHB*
SCEP*
SCEP*
88 445.461
445.491
445.496

88 445.461
445.491

88  445.461
445.501
445.526
445.531
445.601
8 445.571
88 445.461
445.601
8 445.601(3)
                                         342

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REGION X
Alaska
Idaho
Oregon
Washington
   343

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                                  ALASKA
                             IGOVERNOR]
                 DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION
                   Commissioner [appointed by Governor
DIVISION OF AIR & WATER)
  QUALITY CONTROL
     DIRECTOR
      ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY BOARD
Chairman, Commissioner of the Department
 of Environmental Conservation-ex officio
Eight members appointed by Governor for
 staggered three year terms. 	

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                                   ALASKA
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *   DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION

         Pouch H,  Juneau,  Alaska  99801
         Telephone:  907-586-6721
         Commissioner,  Max C.  Brewer,  M.D.
         Assistant to the  Commissioner,  James A.  Anderegg

         DIVISION  OF AIR AND WATER QUALITY  CONTROL

             (Same address as  above)
             Telephone: 907-586-5371
             Director,  James A.  Anderegg

         ENVIRONMENTAL ADVISORY  BOARD

             Pouch H, Juneau,  Alaska   99801
             Chairman,  Commissioner of the  Department of Environmental
               Conservation, Max C. Brewer, M.D.
             Members:

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

     A.  INTERSTATE
             The Department of Environmental Conservation consults and
             cooperates with other State agencies, local governments,regional and
             local agenciesj, Federal agencies, and interested
             persons anj,,groups.

     B.  .INTRASTATE

             In Alaska, responsibility for air pollution control is shared
             by the State and local governments.  Under A.S. 88 46.03.210 -
             46.03.240, municipalities are authorized to establish, admin-
             ister and enforce local air pollution control  programs which
             are compatible with State law and regulations.  Local programs
             must be approved by and are subject to the surveillance of the
             Department of Environmental Conservation which may preempt local
             authority if the local program is inadequate.   The State may also
             assume and retain control over certain classes of air contaminant
             sources.  Approved local programs are eligible for State aid.

 *0fficial State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
  administer Federal funds.
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  ALASKA
      B.   INTRA5TATE  (oont.)

      Names.  Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies
              Tri-Borough Air Resources Management  District
              3500 Tudor Road, Anchorage,  Alaska 99507
              Telephone:  907-279-8686
              Director,  Clifford P.  Judkins

              Tri-Borough Air Pollution Control Commission
              3500 Tudor Road, Anchorage,  Alaska 99507
              Telephone:  907-279-8686
              Director,  Clifford P.  Judkins
              Chairman,  Herbert Long

              Cook Inlet Air Resources Management District
              c/o Greater Anchorage  Area Borough
              Pouch 6-650
              Anchorage, Alaska  99502
              Telephone:
              Director,

              Environmental Services Division
              Fairbanks  North Star Borough
              Box 1267,  Fairbanks, Alaska   99707
              Telephone:
              Director,

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

      A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

              Alaska Statutes (A.S.) including 1971 Cum.  Supp.,  Title 44,
          State Government, Ch. 46,  Department of Environmental  Conserva-
          tion, 88 44.46.010 - 44.46.050,  Title 46, Water, Air and
          Environmental  Conservation, Ch.  03, Environmental Conservation
          88 46.03.010 - 46.03.900.

      B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
    Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation^
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive state
          air pollution control plans
          and programs
  Department of
  Environmental
  Conservation (DEC)
88 44.46.020,
 46.03.040
  — All references are to Alaska Statutes    cited under General Authority,
                                     346

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ALASKA
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citationi'
                                                                        I/
Plans and Programs  Cont.

    2.  Conduct studies, investi-
        gations, and research

Regulation

    3.  Adopt regulations
    4.  Adopt emission standards
    5.  Adopt emission limitations
    6.  Prevent construction, modi-
        fication, or operation of
        stationary sources

    7.  Issue permits for con-
        struction of new sources

    8.  Issue permits for opera-
        tion of new sources

    9.  Grant variances

Surveillance and Compliance

   10.  Obtain compliance
        information

   11.  Inspect and conduct tests
   12.  Require record keeping

   13.  Require periodic reports
    14.  Require emission
        monitoring devices

    15.  Issue enforceable
        administrative orders
  DEC
  DEC



  DEC



  DEC



  DEC



  DEC


  DEC


  DEC



  DEC


  DEC


  DEC

  DEC


  DEC


  DEC
§ 46.03.020(5)
88 44.46.020,
 46.03.020(10),
 46.03.140

88 44.46.020,
 44.03.020(10),
 46.03.140

88 44.46.020,
 46.03.020(10)
 46.03.140

88 46.03.020(10)
 46.03.160
8 46.03.160
8 46.03.160
8 46.03.170
88 46.03.020(5),(6),(7),
 46.03.150, 46.03.860

88 46.03.020(5),(6),
 46.03.860

8 46.03.150

88 46.03.020(10)
 46.03.150

88 46.03.020(10)
 46.03.150

88 44.46.020,
 46.03.160
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ALASKA
  Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
   Citation ±!
Emergency Action

   16.  Take special prompt action
        in air pollution
        emergencies

Enforcement

   17.  Enforce applicable laws,
        regulations, standards, &
        administrative orders
   18.  Seek injunctive relief
  DEC
  DEC
  DEC
  (injunctive relief
   is available)
8 46.03.820
88 44.46.020(2),
 46.03.710,46.03.760,
 46.03.780,46.03.790,
 46.03.810,46.03.890
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                                     IDAHO
                 Board of Environmental Protection and Health I/
               Department of Environmental Protection and Health
                 Administrator, appointed by Governor to serve
                  at his pleasure and confirmed by State Senate
Personal Health
Services Division
Assistant Administrator
appointed by
Administrator        	
      Environmental
      Protection Division
      Assistant Administrator
      appointed by
      Administrator
           Water Supplies,
           Swimming Pools
           & Environmental
           Services	
Milk, Food,
& Environmental
Services
                                      Fiscal Office
                                      Public Information
                                      Clerical
           Administrative
            Director
                               Field Office
                               Poaatello
           Assistant Director
                                             Engineering
                                             Services
                                             Section
Field Office
Boise
Field Office
Coeur d'Alene
_!/   For  composition of Board see page 355.
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                                IDAHO

Board of Environmental Protection and Health

    Chairman, Vice Chairman and Secretary elected annually by Board
    7 Members appointed by Governor and confirmed by State Senate to
      serve staggered 4 year terms
    Qualifications:
        U.S. Citizen, Idaho resident and qualified elector
        No more than 4 from any 1 political party
                                      350

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                                     IDAHO

    In Idaho,  the organization of  environmental  protection activities at the
    State level is in a process of transition as a result of the enactment
    of the Environmental Protection and Health Act of 1972 approved March
    31, 1972 and effective July 1, 1972.   With respect to existing State
    organizations, this Act provides in part as follows:

        1.  All of the powers and  duties of the  Department of Public Health,
            the Department of Health, the Board  of Health and the Air pollution
            Control Commission, except rule-making and hearing functions, are
            transferred to the Administrator of  the Department of Environmental
            Protection and Health.  Rule-making  and hearing functions are
            vested in the Board of Environmental Protection and Health.

        2.  The Idaho Air Pollution Control Act, Chapter 29, Title 39, Idaho
            Code, is repealed.

I.   STATE AGENCIES

    Idaho Board of Environmental Protection ^nd  Health

        Statehouse
        Boise, Idaho  83707
        Telephone:
        Chairman
        Members
*  Idaho Department of Environmental Protection and Health

        Statehouse
        Boise, Idaho  83707
        Telephone:  208-384-2390
        Acting Administrator, Department of Environmental Protection and
          Health, Robert Des Aulners

               Environmental Protection Division

                  Statehouse
                  Boise, Idaho  83707
                  Telephone:  208-384-2390
                  Assistant Administrator
*  Official State air pollution control agency with authority, following designation
   by Governor, to accept and administer Federal grants and funds.
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  IDAHO

  I.   STATE AGENCIES (cent.)

                 Air Pollution Control Section

                    Statehouse
                    Boise,  Idaho  83707
                    Telephone:  208-384-2390
                    Administrative Director

 II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE
          Idaho shares air quality and source data with the State of Washington
          and cooperates with Washington in regulating new air contaminant
          sources and developing and implementing emergency air episode
          procedures.
    B.  INTRASTATE

          The rules, regulations and standards adopted by the Idaho Board of
          Environmental Protection and Health apply to State institutions.
          There are no local air pollution control agencies in Idaho.

III. STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL"AUTHORITY

          Environmental Protection and Health Act of 1972, Idaho 1972 Laws,
        Regular Session, pp. 771-777, (H.B. No. 610) approved March 31, 1972.
        effective July 1, 1972

    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORiTIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation^/
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
          and research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations
Administrator, Idaho
Department of Environ-
mental Protection and
Health (IDEPH)

Administrator, IDEPH
Idaho Board of
Environmental
Protection
and Health
(IBEPH)
8 5(3)(j)
8 8(1)
88 5(2)
7(8)(9)
  2]  All references are to the Environmental Protection and Health Act of 1972
      cited under General Authority.

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 IDAHO
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation!/
  Regulation (Continued)

      4.  Adopt emission standards


      5.  Adopt emission limitations


      6.  Prevent construction, modifi-
          cation, or operation of
          stationary sources

      7.  Issue permits for construction
          of new sources

      8.  Issue permits for operation of
          new sources

      9.  Grant variances

  Surveillance and Compliance

     10.  Obtain compliance information


     11.  Inspect and conduct tests


     12.  Require record keeping

     13.  Require periodic reports

     14.  Require emission monitoring
          devices

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders

  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special  prompt action
          in air pollution emergencies
IBEPH
IBEPH
IBEPH, Administrator,
IDEPH
Administrator, IDEPH
Administrator, IDEPH
IBEPH, Administrator,
IDEPH

Administrator, IDEPH
IBEPH

IBEPH

IBEPH


IBEPH
 State Attorney General
 or  County Prosecuting
 Attorney/ IBEPH, with
 concurrence  of
 Governor
88 5(2)
7(8)(9)

88 5(2)
7(8)(9)

88 5 (3) (a)
10
8 5(3)(a)
8 5(3)(a)
88 7(4)(5)(6)
8(1) (2)

88 5(3)(b)
8(2)

8 10

8 10

8 10


8 8(4)(9)
 88  8(10),  12
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 IDAHO
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency
Citation -'
                                                                                 2/
  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
          lations, standards, and admin-
          istrative orders
     18.  Seek injunctive relief
Administrator, IDEPH,
State Attorney General
or County Prosecuting
Attorney

Administrator, IDEPH;
State Attorney General
or County Prosecuting
Attorney
88 5(3)(n)
8(6)(7)
9
8 8(5),(10)
                                        354

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                                         OREGON

Environmental
Quality
Commission
5 Members
appointed by
Governor and
confirmed by
State Senate
for 4 year
terms




[Oregon





GOVERNOR




Department of Environmental Quality



_ Public
Information

_ Legal
Counsel







Director
appointed by
Environmental
Quality Commission



]


Administrative Ser*
Division

i i
Personnel Administrative
Section Section

/ices

i ...
Fiscal
Section
                   Program Operations]
       _L
  Air Quality
Control Divisior
                                Program Development &
                                 Technical  Services
Water Quality
Control Div.
  Administra tive
     Section
_'J

Technical Services
Section


Air Qualitj
Evaluation

Emissions
Evaluation

Air Qualitj


i
    Management
  Engineering
  Services Section
     ombustion &
    Wood Products
      tallurgical &
      neral
   -[Chemical]
   -[Motor Vehicles)
   HPermitsj
  Noise Control
  Section
                          Municipal  Sewage
                         "Disposal Sec.
  Administrat ive
     Section
                          Regional Program
                          Development  Sec.
                            Operation,
                            Maintenance,
                            Training
   -[Plan Review)
    Construction
       Grants
Administrative
   Section
                  Laboratories
                  & Applied
                  Research Div
                        Plan Review &
                        Site Evaluation
                        lech. Assistance
                        & Regional
                        Program
                        Development
                                                                                        _L
ield Service.
 Division
  Industrial Wastes
       Section
 Administra
  tive Sec.
                                   Portland
                                   Region
                                  -{Eugene Reg.
   -(Plan Review!
  Water Quality
     Studies
                         HPermitsj
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                                    OREGON
I.  STATE AGENCIES
        Environmental Quality Commission
        Telephone:
        Chairman, B. A. McPhillips
        Members:
          Edward C. Harms, Jr.
          Storrs S. Waterman
          George A. McMath
          Arnold M. Cogan

*  Oregon Department of Environmental Quality

        Room 720, Portland State Office Building
        1400 S.W. Fifth Avenue,
        P.O. Box 231
        Portland, Oregon  97201
        Telephone:   503-229-5696
        Director, L.B. Day

          Air Quality Control Division

            1400 S.W. Fifth Avenue
            Portland, Oregon  97201
            Telephone:  503-229-5630
            Director, H.M. Patterson

               District Offices

                  Portland District Office
                  1234 S.W. M6rrison Street
                  Portland, Oregon  97205

                  Eugene District Office
                  302 State Office Building
                  Eugene, Oregon  97401
   Official State air pollution control agency with authority to accept and
   administer Federal funds.
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 I.   STATE AGENCIES (cont.)

                   Roseburg District Office
                   1000 S.E.  Stephens
                   Roseburg,  Oregon  97470

                   Bend District  Office
                   461 E.  Greenwood
                   Bend, Oregon  97701

                   Pendleton District Office
                   700 S.E. Emigrant.
                   Pendleton, Oregon  97801

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE

      i   Oregon and Washington have established an informal interstate committee
         to facilitate the exchange of information and data, aid in the solution of
         mutual problems, and develop compatible emergency action plans,
         and emission inventory and air quality surveillance and monitoring
         programs.

             Oregon-Washington Air Quality Committee
         The Oregon Department of Environmental Quality cooperates with
         other States, Federal and other interested agencies on air pollution
         control matters, and in the formulation of interstate air pollution
         control compacts or agreements for submission to the Oregon
         Legislative Assembly.
   B.  INTRASTATE
         Oregon has established a coordinated State-wide air quality control
         program in which responsibility is shared by the State,and regional and
         local air pollution control authorities.  Subject to the approval,
         continuing surveillance and assertion of the preemptive power of
         the State, if a regional program is inadequate, regional air
         pollution control authorities exercise exclusive jurisdiction over
         the administration and enforcement of air quality control programs
         within their respective areas (ORS 449.850 - 449.920).  Regional
         authorities cannot adopt rules and standards less strict than
         state rules and standards.  The State may assume or retain control
         over certain classes of air contaminant sources within the region
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II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   B.  INTRASTATE (cont.)

         and may require the regional authority to enforce State rules,
         regulations and orders.  Local governments are authorized to
         enact air pollution control ordinances and administer air pollution
         control programs which do not conflict with State laws and regula-
         tions.  Local and regional air pollution control authorities may
         obtain technical and consultative assistance and financial aid from
         the State.

         The Department of Environmental Quality cooperates with other State
         agencies with respect to air pollution control matters.  When
         expressly authorized by the Environmental Quality Commission, the
         State Board of Health and county, district and city boards of health
         may enforce air pollution rules and regulations promulgated by the
         Environmental Quality Commission (ORS 8 449.064).

     Names. Addresses and Officials of Regional and Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

           Columbia-Willamette Air Pollution Authority

                1010 N.E. Couch Street
                Portland, Oregon  97232
                Chairman, Board of Director, Francis J. Ivancie
                Program Director, Richard E. Hatchard
                                                                     i
           Mid-Willamette Valley Air Pollution Authority

                2585 State Street
                Salem, Oregon  97301
                Chairman of the Board, H.B. Hildebrandt
                Director, Michael D. Roach

           Lane Regional Air Pollution Authority

                Route 1, BOB 739
                Eugene, Oregon  97402
                Chairman of the Board, Mrs. Wickes Beal
                Director, Verner J. Adkison

III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Oregon Revised Statutes (O.R-S.) Ch. lUi?, Water and Air Pollution^
        Control 1971 Replacement Part, especially §§ 1^9-001, Definitions; SS hkO.016 -
        !Ui9.070 Environmental Quality Commission; §§ Ui9.60£ —UU9.665,
        Tax Relief on Pollution Control Facilities; §§ 1U;9.702 - Ui9.8U5,
        Air Pollution; §§ UU9.850 - I4i9.925, Regional Air Quality Control
        Authority; §§ Utf.&O - Ui9;9U3, Field Burning; §§ Ui9.9U9 - U
        Motor Vehicle Pollution Control Systems; §§ U*9-967 - 14i9.995,
        Enforcement and Penalties.


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III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    B.   SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency—/
Citation^
                                                                                2/
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
          and research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations

      4.  Adopt emission standards

      5.  Adopt emission limitations

      6.  Prevent construction, modifi-
          cation, ^or operation of
          stationary sources
      7.  Issue permits for construc-
          tion of new sources
      8.  Issue permits for operation of
          new sources

      9.  Grant variances

   Surveillance and Compliance

     10.  Obtain compliance information
Oregon Department of
Environmental Quality
(ODEQ)*

ODEQ*
EQC*

EQC*

EQC*

EQC, ODEQ*
EQC, ODEQ*


EQC, ODEQ


EQC*



EQC*
88 449.781(2)
449.782
8 449.781(4)
8 449.800(1)

8 449.785

8 449.785

88 449.712
449.717
449.727
449.731
449.739


88 449.712
449.727

8 449.727


8 449.810
 88 449.048
lite- 702
W£* 707
lite. 712
lite. 733
lite. 800
lite-81$
  _!/   The name of the appropriate State agency only is given.  An asterisk indicates
       comparable regional or local authority referenced generally under General Authority.

  2J   All references are to Ch. 449, Oregon Revised Statutes, 1971 Replacement Part
       cited  under General Authority.
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III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    B.  SSTSCIFIC ATITHORTTTTCS (&6rit~. )
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency—/
Citatiotif.'
                                                                                 21
  Surveillance and Compliance (Continued)

     11.  Inspect and conduct tests




     12.  Require record keeping



     13.  Require periodic reports

     14.  Require emission monitoring
          devices

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders



  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special  prompt action
          in air pollution emergencies

  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable  laws,  regu-
          lations,  standards, and admin-
          istrative orders
      18.   Seek injuncfctve relief
EQC*




EQC*



EQC*

EQC*


EQC*
 EQC*
 EQC*
 Administrator,  ODEQ
 EQC*
 Aggrieved persons
88 449.702
449.800
10l9v702
UU9.800(8)
8 449.702
88 449.815(4)
449.967
449.970
449.973
 88  449.820(2)
 449.980
 88 449.028(3)
 449.064 449.973
 449.717 449.975
 449.741 449.990
 449.785 449.992
•10*9. 820 -10*9.993
 10*9.967
 10*9.970
 88 449.717
 449.805(2)
 449.820
                                         360

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                                                             ^Washington State Department of Ecology7]
                     [Ecological  .
                     Commission if
          Director
    appointed by Governor
and confirmed by State Senate
                                                                     [Deputy Director)
                                               .   [Legal Affairsh
	[Pollution ContnxLj
    Searings Board  —'  !
                                                                                                                                 Local  Air Pollution
                                                                                                                                 Control Authorities
                         -(Public Affairs)

Public Services
Branch



-' For ccr.positior. of Ecological Commission
   and Pclltitlcr. "o.-.trol Hearings Board,
   see p.

Administration and
Planning Branch



                                                                                                                                      Office of Planning &
                                                                                                                                      Program Development
                                                        pnorelir.ej	
                                                       .JMgmt. Act!

                                                        IState
                                                        {Water Plan}—
                                                                                                                                                    jDirectives and
                                                                                                                                                 1—performance   I
                                                                                                                                                    Review	|

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                                  WASHINGTON

Pollution;Control Hearing Board

    Chairman, elected biennally by members
    3 members appointed by Governor and confirmed by State Senate for
      staggered 6 year terms
    Qualifications: £/
        Qualified in environmental matters by experience or training
  i      No more than 2 members from same political party
        1 Washington attorney
     2/
     _  For additional conflict-of-interest requirements, see R.C.W.A. 1971
        Pocket Part, §§ U3.21B.060.

 Ecological Commission

     Chairman, appointed by Governor from members
     7 Members appointed by Governor for staggered 4 year terms
     Qualifications:
         State electors with general knowledge and interest in environmental
           matters who do not hold State, county or municipal elective
           or appointive office.
         1 - labor
         1 - business
         1 - agriculture
         4 - public
     Ex officio members
         The director, administrator or a designated representative
           of each of the following State agencies:
                Department of Agriculture
                Department of Commerce and Economic Development
                Department of Fisheries
                Department of Game
                Department of Health
                Department of Natural Resources
         In addition, the State Parks and Recreation Commission shall be
         given notice of and may attend all meetings of the Ecological
         Commission.
     Secretary, Director of Department of Ecology.or his designee
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                                  WASHINGTON
 I.   STATE AGENCIES

 *  Washington  State Department of Ecology

        P.O. Box 829
        Olympia, Washington  98501
        Telephone:  206-753-6877
        Director, John A. Biggs
        Deputy Director, Wesley A. Hunter
        Assistant Director, James Behlke

             Ecological Commission

               C/0 Washington State Department of Ecology
               Olympia, Washington  98501
               Telephone:  206-753-2242
               Chairman, Dr. Arpad Masley

             Pollution Control Hearings Board

                312  Insurance  Building
               Olympia, Washington   98310
               Telephone:   206-753-3025
               Chairman, Judge  Matthew  W. Hill

II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.  INTERSTATE

         Washington  cooperates with  Oregon  and Idaho in exchanging air
         quality and emission  inventory information, and in developing
         compatible  emergency  episode procedures  and air quality surveillance
         and monitoring programs.

             Oregon-Washington Air Quality  Committee

         The Director of the Department of  Ecology consults and cooperates
         with other  State  agencies,  other States, Federal agencies
         the Canadian Provinces  and  interstate and:international agencies
         on environmental and  air pollution control  matters and in the formulation
         of interstate air pollution  control compacts or agreements for  submission
         to the Washington State legislature.


 *  Official State air pollution control  agency with authority to accept and
    administer Federal funds and grants.
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II.   INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

   A.,  INTERSTATE (cont.)

     1.   The State Department of Natural Resources issues and regulates
         burning permits (Laws 1st Ex. Sess. 1971, Ch. 70.9ifj.  88 6-11; R.C.W.A.
         1971 Pocket Part Ch. 70.9ii;  88 6-11.

   B.  INTRASTATE

    _.,!..   Washington has established a coordinated statewide air pollution control
         program in which responsibility is shared by the State and regional
         and local air pollution control authorities.  Subject to the
         preemptive power of the State, regional and local authorities have
         primary responsiblity for the establishment and administration
         of air control programs and for the enforcement of State air pollution
         controls or regional or local controls where the latter are equal
         to or more stringent than those of the State.  Local and regional
         air pollution control authorities may obtain technical and
         consultative assistance and financial aid from the State.

         The State may prescribe emission standards for and assume
         exclusive jurisdiction over certain classes of air contaminant
         sources on a statewide basis.  Source categories over which the
         State has assumed jurisdiction include kraft pulping mills,
         sulfite pulping mills and primary aluminum reduction plants.
         State agencies are required to comply with State air pollution
         laws and regulations and to cooperate with the State Department
         of Ecology.

     Names. Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies

         Douglas County Air Pollution Control Commission
         Douglas County Courthouse
         Waterville, WA  98858
         Chairman, Lloyd Farmer

         Northwest Air Pollution Authority
         207 Pioneer Building
         Second and Pine                               ,
         Mount Vernon, WA  98273
         Telephone:  206-336-5705
         Air Pollution Control Officer, Glen F. Hallman

         Olympic Air Pollution Control Authority
         122 East State Avenue
         Olympia, WA  98501
         Telephone:  206-352-4881
         Air Pollution Control Officer, John Rosene
                                        364

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II.  INTERGOVERNMENTAL COOPERATION

    B.  INTH1L5TATE (cont.)

  Names. Addresses and Officials of Local Air Pollution Control Agencies  (cont.)

          Puget Sound Air Pollution Control Agency
          410 West Harrison
          Seattle, WA  98119
          Telephone:  344-7330 (General); 3^-7326 (Air Monitoring)
          Air Pollution Control Officer, Telephone: 3Ul-732O, 'A.R..  (Art)  Dammkoehler


          Southwest Air Pollution Control Authority
          Suite 7601 H
          Northeast Hazeldell Ave.
          Vancouver, WA  98665
          Telephone:  206-696-2508
          Executive Director, Edward K. Taylor

          Spokane^ County Air Pollution Control Authority
          North 811 Jefferson
          Spokane   WA  99201
          Telephone:  509-328-1133
          Air Pollution Control Officer, Fred Shiosaki

          Tri-County Air Pollution Control Authority
          Richland Community Hall
          650 George Washington
          Richland, WA  99352
          Telephone:  509-943-9161
          County Chairman, Harry Kramer

          Yakima County Clean Air Authority
          Yakima County Courthouse
          Yakima, WA  98801
          Telephone:  509-248-2521
          Air Pollution Control Officer, William H. Cramer
                                        365
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III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE

    A.  GENERAL AUTHORITY

          Washington Clean Air Act, Revised Code of Washington Annotated,
        (RCWA) 1971 Pocket Part, Ch. 70.94.

         Environmental Quality Reorganization Act of 1970/R.C.W.A.,  1971
        Pocket Part, Ch.  43.21A, Department of Ecology;  Ch.  43.21B,  Pollution
        Control Hearings Board of the State.  Environmental  Policy Act of
        1971, Lawsls^Ex Sess. 1971, Ch.  109, R.C.W.A.  1971  Pocket Part,
        App. 43.109X.  Pollution Disclosure Act of 1971, Laws 1st Ex.
        Sess. 1971, Ch. 160, R.C.W.A. 1971 Pocket Part,  App. 70.160X.

          See also Laws 2nd Ex. Sess. 1972, Ch. 135, approved February 25, 1972,
        relating to motor vehicles and exhaust emission control; Ch. 136,
        approved February 25, 1972 relating to outdoor burning.

    B-   SPECIFIC  AUTHORITIES
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency^/
  Plans and Programs

      1.  Develop comprehensive State
          air pollution control plans
          and programs

      2.  Conduct studies, investigations,
          and research

  Regulation

      3.  Adopt regulations
      4.  Adopt emission standards


      5.  Adopt emission limitations
      6.  Prevent construction, modifi-
          cation, or operation of
          stationary sources

      7.  Issue permits for construc-
          tion of new sources
Department of Ecology
(DE), with advice from
Ecological -Commission(EC)»

Director, DE*
Director, DE, subject to
review by EC*
Director, DE*


Director, DE*


Director, DE*



Director, DE*
Citation!!/
88 43.21A.020
43.21A.190(2)
70.94.011

8 43.21A.130
88 43.21A.080
43.21A.190
70.94.331(l)-(3)

88 70.94.331(l)-(3:
70.94.395

88 70.94.331(l)-(3)
70.94.395

8 70.94.152
8 70.94.152
  57The name of the appropriate State agency only is given, A,n asterisk indicates
      comparable regional or"local authority referenced generally under General Authority.
  h/  Unless otherwise noted,all references are to chapters in. and appendix to  1971 Pocket
      Parts of Revised Code of Washington Annotated identified under General Authority.

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       WASHINGTON
      III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
\
          B'.
              Statutory Authority
        Regulation (Continued)

            8.  Issue permits for operation of
                new sources

            9.  Grant variances

        Surveillance and Compliance

           10.  Obtain compliance information
            11.   Inspect  and  conduct  tests
            12.   Require record keeping
            13.  Require periodic reports
            14.  Require emission monitoring
                 devices
Responsible Agenc
Director, DE*


Director, DE*
Director, DE; Pollution
Control Hearings Board
(PCHB)*
Director, DE*
 Director,  DE*
 Director,  DE*
 Director, DE*
Citatl
  70.94.152
8170.94.181
88 70.94.142
70.94.151(2)
70.94.152
70.94.331(1)(5)
43.21B.150
43.21B.160
Laws  1st Ex.  Sess.
1971, Ch. 160
R.C.W.A. 1971
Pocket  Part,  App.
70.160X

8 70.94.200
(see also RGWA
8 70.94.050)

88 70.94.151
70.94.331(1)
Laws  1st  Ex.  Sess.
1971, Ch.  160,
R.C.W.A.  1971
Pocket  Par't App.
 70.160X

 88 70.94.151;
 70.94.331(1)
Laws 1st  Ex. Sess.
 1971 Ch.  160
 R.C.W.A.  1971
 Pocket Part App.
 70.160X

 88 70.94.151
 70.94.331(1)
                                                   367

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WASHINGTON
III.  STATUTORY REFERENCE
    B.  SPECIFIC AUTHORITIES (cont.)
        Statutory Authority
Responsible Agency—
                                   4/
                           Citation-'
  Surveillance and Compliance (Continued)

     15.  Issue enforceable adminis-
          trative orders
  Emergency Action

     16.  Take special prompt action
          in air pollution emergencies
  Enforcement

     17.  Enforce applicable laws, regu-
          lations, standards, and admin-
          istrative orders
     18.  Seek Injunctive Relief
Director, DE*
Governor
State Attorney General
at request of Governor
Director, DE
Director, DE*
Director, DE
State Attorney General
at request of Governor*
                           88 70.94.211
                           70.94.221
                           70.94.222
                           70.94.331(1)
                           70.94.332
                           70.94.333
                           see also 43.21B.
                            120
                           Laws, 1st Ex. Seas
                           1971, Ch. 194,
                           8 1-5, R.C.W.A.   •
                           1971 Pocket Part
                           Ch. 70.94,
                           88 1-5
                           RCWA 8 34.04.030  ,
                           88 70.94.040*
                           70.94.331(b)
                           70.94.430
                           70.94.431
                           70.94.435

                           8 70.94.425
                           see also Laws,
                           1st Ex. Sess.
                           1971, Ch. 194,
                           8 4, R.C.W.A.
                           1971 Pocket Part
                           Ch. 70.94, 8 4
                                       368

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