Current FIPs in Idaho
EPA is required to develop an air quality Federal Implementation Plan (FIP) if a state fails to submit an implementation plan, or if the plan does not fully comply with the NAAQS or NAAQS-related requirements, such as regional haze. EPA may also develop a FIP for tribal lands if a tribe elects not to develop their own implementation plan, as appropriate. Learn more about FIPs.
|Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Section Heading||CFR Citation||Federal Register (FR) Citation|
|Control strategy: Sulfur oxides—Eastern Idaho Intrastate Air Quality Control Region.||40 CFR 52.675||41 FR 23200 (PDF)(4 pp, 522 K, About PDF)|
|Federal Implementation Plan for the Astaris-Idaho LLC Facility (formerly owned by FMC Corporation) in the Fort Hall PM-10 Nonattainment Area.||40 CFR 49.10711||65 FR 51412 (PDF)(41 pp, 470 K)|