PSD stands for Prevention of Significant Deterioration.
What does PSD stand for?
PSD stands for Prevention of Significant Deterioration
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- Power Split Device (hybrid vehicles)
- Power Stroke Diesel (Ford)
- Power Supply Drawer
- Power Systems Demonstrator
- PowerStroke Diesel (Ford Motor Company)
- President Security Division (Sri Lanka)
- Presidential Security Detail (US State Department)
- Pressure-Sensitive Digitizer
- Prestation Solidarité Dépendance (French: Solidarity Benefit Dependency)
- Prevention of Serious Deterioration
- Primary Storage Device (computing)
- Principal Shopping District (Michigan)
- Printed Strip Dipole
- Printer Sharing Device
- Private Sector Development
- Process Shutdown (oil, chemical and process industries)
- Process Specification Departure
- Product Safety Directive
- Product Sales Data
- Product Service Description (Interoperability Elements of Service)
Samples in periodicals archive:
According to the final rule, new facilities that emit 100,000 tons per year of carbon dioxide-equivalent and existing facilities that increase their emissions by 75,000 tons per year of carbon dioxide-equivalent will be required to obtain prevention of significant deterioration and Clean Air Act Title V operating permits.
Wahl's nomination, one client noted that “Through his help and assistance, I was able to obtain a Clean Air Act Prevention of Significant Deterioration permit from Ohio regulators in a three-month time span.
Once EPA approves a plan, states are generally responsible for implementing the New Source Review and Prevention of Significant Deterioration provisions of the Clean Air Act.
EPA noted that those corn milling facilities currently producing fuel and emitting less than 100 tons of air pollutants are not subject to the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) permitting program.
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) held a public hearing March 29 for comments and to decide whether to issue a Construction Prevention of Significant Deterioration and an Operating Permit.
2 to limit emissions from power plants and other stationary sources under the Clean Air Act's prevention of significant deterioration program, nullify EPA's greenhouse gas reporting requirements, and prohibit any future EPA regulation of greenhouse gases, including emissions from cars and light trucks.