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Pennsylvania SIP, Allegheny County Health Department ACHD Article XXI, Part A, Regulation 2101.20 General- Definitions                      


*             State:    Pennsylvania 

*             Agency:               PA-Allegheny County Health Department

*             Regulation Type:              Rule

*             Rule #:  ACHD Article XXI, Part A, Regulation 2101.20

*             Rule Title:           General- Definitions                      


*             State Effective Date:      12/08/2017

*             Final Federal Register Date:         05/02/2019

*             Federal Register Citation #:          84 FR 18738

               Superseded /

                Rescinded Date              


1.  Added definitions (Section II.), with a SIP effective date of 8/23/05

2.  Added definitions (Section III.) , with a State effective date of 5/24/10 and a SIP effective date of 2/28/11.

3.  2.  Addition of "PM2.5 standards." The State effective date is 5/24/10, and the SIP effedctive date is 2/3/14 (79 FR 54).

4.  added definitions for Outdoor Wood-fired boiler  12/8/14

5. Revision to add three new VOC compound CTG definitions 79 FR 70470 11-26-14 SIP effective 12/26/14

6. revised definitions for Major Source and Major modification  SIP effective 4-29-15...80 FR 16568 FR date 3-30-15

7.  82 FR24860 dated 5-31-17 federally effective 7-31-17, state effective 6-19-15 changing definition for the Chief Executive of Alleghney County

8.  82 FR 37316 dated 8/10/17 federally effective 11/8/17, state effective 1/1/15 revising definition of "Open Burning" only

9.  84 FR 18738 dated 5/2/19 and federally effective 6/3/19.  State effective 12/8/17.  Revised and added definitions relating to sale and usage of commercial fuel oil. 

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