Vermont Air Pollution Control Regulations

Proposed ISIP for 2015 Ozone NAAQS

18 October 2019
The enclosed documents demonstrate that Vermont statutory authority and Vermont Air Pollution Control Regulations (APCR), which are currently part of the Vermont SIP, meet the requirements of CAA Sections 110(a)(1) and 110(a)(2) with respect to the 2015 ozone NAAQS.

Archived Adopted and Proposed Amendments

Vermont adopts amendments to the Air Pollution Control Regulations.

The Vermont Agency of Natural Resources, through DEC's Air Pollution Control Division,adopted amendments to section 5-221(1) of the Air Pollution Control Regulations to require lower sulfur limits for fuel used for heat or power generation. The amendments are part a regional strategy that is expected to reduce regional haze and have substantial public health benefits.

Recently Adopted and Proposed Regulations

This web page is intended to provide information on proposed regulatory changes to the Vermont Air Pollution Control Regulations. The adoption of new regulations or amendments of existing regulations are subject to the administrative rule adoption procedures of  Title 3 Vermont Statutes Annotated Chapter 25 (Administrative Procedures Act or "APA") governed by the Secretary of State.  The APA requires an Agency proposing regulatory amendments to follow certain steps and complete several forms detailing the proposed amendments.

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