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Air Pollution Control Program Regulations

Proposed Changes to the Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Program

The Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Board will hold a Hearing on proposed changes to the Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Program on February 20, 2020.

The Air Pollution Control Board Hearing will be in room 210 at the Missoula City-County Health Department, 301 W. Alder ST, Missoula, MT.  Hearing will start sometime after 12:15 PM

Summary of proposed rules and the proposed rules are linked to below.  Submit written comments or questions on the proposed rules to Benjamin Schmidt; bschmidt@missoulacounty.us.

Summary of Proposed Rules

Proposed Rules 2020:  Proposed deletions are struck out.  New language proposed is underlined.

 

Hearing Date:  February 20, 2020

Hearing Location:  Missoula City County Health Department, 301 W Alder ST, Room 210

Hearing Time:  12:15 PM

Comments Due by Noon February 20, 2020 or at the Hearing

Air Pollution Control Program Regulations

Revised 2017

Entire Document, excluding appendices and attachments (PDF)

  • Table of Contents and List of Acronyms (PDF)
  • Chapter 1 - Program Authority (PDF)
  • Chapter 2 - Definitions (PDF
  • Chapter 3 - Failure to Attain Standards (PDF)
  • Chapter 4 - Missoula County Air Stagnation & Emergency Episode Avoidance Plan (PDF
  • Chapter 5 - General Provisions (PDF)
  • Chapter 6 - Standards for Stationary Sources (PDF)
    • Subchapter 1 - Construction and Operating Permits (PDF)
    • Subchapter 5 - Emission Standards (PDF)
    • Subchapter 6 - Incinerators (PDF)
    • Subchapter 7 - Wood-Waste Burners (PDF)
  • Chapter 7 - Outdoor Burning (PDF)
  • Chapter 8 - Fugitive Particulate (PDF)
    • Subchapter 1 - General Provisions (PDF)
    • Subchapter 2 - Paving Requirements in the Air Stagnation Zone (PDF)
    • Subchapter 3 - Road Maintenance Inside the Area of Regulated Sanding Materials (PDF)
  • Chapter 9 - Solid Fuel Burning Devices (PDF)
    • Subchapter 1 - General Provisions (PDF)
    • Subchapter 2 - Permit Requirements (what can be installed) (PDF)
    • Subchapter 3 - Air Alert and Air Warning Requirements (PDF)
    • Subchapter 4 - Emissions Certification (PDF)
    • Subchapter 5 - Stove Removal Program in Air Stagnation Zone (PDF)
    • Subchapter 6 - Contingency Measures (PDF)
  • Chapter 10 - Fuels (PDF)
    • Subchapter 1 - Oxygenated Fuels Program (PDF)
    • Subchapter 2 - Sulfur Limits (PDF)
    • Subchapter 3 - Petroleum Products Storage (PDF)
  • Chapter 11 - Motor Vehicles (PDF)
  • Chapter 12 - Odors (PDF)
  • Chapter 13 - Variances (PDF)
  • Chapter 14 - Enforcement and Administrative Procedures (PDF)
  • Chapter 15 - Penalties (PDF)
  • Appendix A - Maps (PDF)
  • Appendix B - Emergency Episode Avoidance Plan (PDF)
  • Appendix C - Incinerator Risk Tables (PDF)
  • Appendix D - Oxygenated Fuels (PDF)
  • Attachment A -Fees(direct to different web page)