The engines, serving the market since 2008, are certified to EPA Spark Ignition New Source Performance Standard (SI NSPS) 40CFR60, Subpart JJJJ standards, and are capable of meeting more stringent emissions regulations, such as the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality Chapter 117 requirements for ozone nonattainment areas.
What does NAA stand for?
NAA stands for Nonattainment Areas
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- Never Again Association (anti-racism group)
- New Account Application (sales)
- Newburyport Art Association (Newburyport, MA)
- Newcastle Aviation Academy (UK)
- Newspaper Association of America
- Next Available Agent (Cisco)
- Nippon Aluminum Alkyls, Ltd. (Japan)
- Nissan Auto Auction (Japan)
- No Abstract Available (academic research)
- Non-African American
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Clean Air Act requires states to create implementation plans to bring nonattainment areas into compliance.
In 2004, EPA issued designations for new ozone nonattainment areas and for fine particulate matter.
Nonattainment areas are subject to what's called "transportation conformity," which means local transportation and air quality officials must coordinate their planning efforts to ensure that transportation projects do not hinder an area's ability to reach its clean air goals.
5] standards calls for completion of the scientific review in 2002; designation of nonattainment areas by 2005; submission of state implementation plans by 2008; and state compliance by 2017 (87).
5% or less--help molders comply with the regulations of the Clean Air Act that mandate a reduction of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in nonattainment areas, Nova Chemicals says.
At issue is the implementation plan proposed by EPA that could have significantly shortened the time nonattainment areas had to come into compliance with a revised ozone standard.