This ruling, which was finalized in May 2010, is part of the larger Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards promulgated by the EPA.
What does MACT stand for?
MACT stands for Maximum Achievable Control Technology
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We have 26 other meanings of MACT in our Acronym Attic
- Modular Air-Cooled Storage (Atomic Energy of Canada Limited)
- MACroscopic Simulation of TRAffic Networks
- Ministerial Advisory Council of Senior Victorians (Australia)
- Manitoba Action Committee on the Status of Women
- Mobile Air Conditioning Society Worldwide
- Ministerial Advisory Committee: Students With Disabilities (Australia)
- Project Mac's Symbolic Manipulation System
- Macs Symbolic Manipulation
- Master of Arts in Communication and Technology
- Maulana Azad College of Technology (Bhopal, India)
- Maximum Available Control Technology
- Men of All Colors Together
- Michigan Association of County Treasurers
- Microsoft Application Center Test
- Minnesota Association of Community Theatres
- Motor Accident Claims Tribunal (India)
- Men of All Colors Together San Francisco Bay Area
- Mid-America Combined Training Association (Lawrence, KS)
- Minnesota Association of Community Telecommunications Administrators (St. Paul, MN)
- Multiple Automata for Complex Task Achievement (artificial intelligence project)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is required to review the Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards eight years after they were promulgated to see if the rules need to be made more stringent.
EPA is required to base emissions limits on maximum achievable control technology (MACT), defined as the average of the best-performing 12% of sources.
Emissions at remelt shops are being closely monitored with the enactment of the maximum achievable control technology (MACT) requirements is sued and revised by the U.
The EPA decision means that EGBE will no longer be subject to the CAA's maximum achievable control technology requirements or its residual risk and other requirements.
During the three full days of the conference, officials said sessions are scheduled to cover such air quality issues as the implications of proposed new multi-emission strategies and legislation; EPA's utility enforcement initiatives and New Source Review (NSR) rules; particulates, visibility and regional haze rules; the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) and permitting; continuous emission monitors(CEMs); and the cost of mercury control, control technologies and the Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standard.
A draft Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) rule developed by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) under the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments was published in the Federal Register in October, followed by a 90-day comment period.
Of specific interest to municipalities, the controversial "riders" would bar EPA from continued implementation and enforcement of major provisions of several environmental statutes including the stormwater (specifically supported by NLC), combined sewer overflow, sanitary sewer overflow, wetlands, new point, source discharge standards, and nonpoint source provisions of the Clean Water Act, regulation of arsenic and radon (also supported by NLC) under the Safe Drinking Water Act, and the automobile inspection/maintenance program and the Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) standards of the Clean Air Act.