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Arizona Fugitive Emissions: What you need to know

Governing Law and Regulations

State fugitive particulate matter (PM) emissions: Arizona Administrative Code Rules (AZ Admin. Code R) 18-2-601 and AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-604 to 18-2-609

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Agricultural sources in Yuma County: AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-613 and AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-613.01

General permit for crop operations in Maricopa County and moderate PM nonattainment areas: AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-610, AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-610.01, AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-610.02

General permit for crop operations in Pinal County PM nonattainment areas: AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-610 and AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-610.03

General permit for animal operations in Maricopa County and moderate PM nonattainment areas: AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-611, AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-611.01, and AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-611.02

General permit for animal operations in Pinal County PM nonattainment areas: AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-611 and AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-611.03

State visible emissions: AZ Admin. Code R 18-2-614

Maricopa County fugitive PM emissions: Maricopa County Air Pollution Control Rules (MCAPCR) Regulation III, Rule 310 and MCAPCR Regulation III, Rule 310.01

Pima County fugitive PM emissions: Pima County Code (PCC) 17.12.470 and PCC 17.16.050 to 17.16.120

Pinal County fugitive PM emissions: Pinal County Air Quality Control Regulations (PCAQCR) 4-1-010 to 4-9-340

Regulatory Agencies

Arizona Department of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) Air Quality Division

Maricopa County Air Quality Department

Pima County Department of Environmental Quality (PDEQ)

Pinal County Air Quality Control District (PCAQCD)

Arizona Department of Agriculture

See national section for basic information and federal regulations.

Comparison: State vs. Federal

Rules. Arizona has adopted by reference the federal New Source ...


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