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Clean Air Act Amendments

S.1630-

S.1630 Agreed to  One Hundred First Congress  of the United  States of

America

                       AT THE SECOND SESSION

Begun and held at the City of Washington on  Tuesday, the twenty-third

day of January, one thousand nine hundred and ninety

                               An Act

TITLE-To  amend  the  Clean Air  Act  to  provide  for attainment  and

maintenance  of  health  protective   national  ambient  air   quality

standards, and for other purposes.

Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United

States of America in Congress assembled,

TITLE I-PROVISIONS FOR ATTAINMENT  AND MAINTENANCE OF NATIONAL AMBIENT

AIR QUALITY                   STANDARDS

Sec. 101.   General planning requirements.

Sec. 102.   General provisions for nonattainment areas.  

Sec. 103.   Additional provisions for ozone nonattainment areas.

Sec. 104.   Additional  provisions  for carbon  monoxide nonattainment

areas.

Sec. 105.   Additional  provisions  for  particulate  matter   (PM-10)

nonattainment            areas.  

Sec. 106.   Additional  provisions for  areas designated nonattainment

for sulfur             oxides, nitrogen dioxide, and lead.

Sec. 107.   Provisions related to Indian tribes.

Sec. 108.   Miscellaneous provisions.

Sec. 109.   Interstate pollution.

Sec. 110.   Conforming amendments.

Sec. 111.   Transportation system impacts on clean air.

SEC. 101. GENERAL PLANNING REQUIREMENTS.

   (a) Area Designations.-Section  107(d) of  the Clean  Air Act  (42

U.S.C. 7407(d)) is amended to read as follows:

   "(d) Designations.-

      "(1) Designations generally.-

           "(A)  Submission  by  governors  of  initial  designations

         following promulgation of new or revised  standards.-By such

         date as  the Administrator  may reasonably  require, but not

         later than  1 year  after promulgation of a  new or  revised

         national ambient  air  quality standard  for  any  pollutant

         under section 109, the Governor of each State shall (and  at

         any other time the Governor of a State deems appropriate the

         Governor  may) submit  to the  Administrator  a list  of all

         areas (or portions thereof) in the State, designating as-

              "(i)  nonattainment, any  area that  does not  meet (or

           that contributes to ambient air  quality in a nearby  area

           that  does not  meet) the  national  primary or  secondary

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