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State may use alternative empirical based modeling approaches pursuant

to guidelines issued by the Administrator.".

SEC. 235. FEDERAL COMPLIANCE.

   Section 118 of the Clean Air Act is  amended by inserting "General

   Compliance.-"  after "Sec.  118.  (a)" and  by  adding at  the end

   thereof the following:

   "(c)    Government   Vehicles.-Each    department,   agency,   and

instrumentality of executive,  legislative, and  judicial branches  of

the Federal  Government shall comply with all applicable provisions of

a  valid  inspection and  maintenance  program  established under  the

provisions of subpart 2  of part D or subpart  3 of part D  except for

such vehicles that are considered military tactical vehicles.

   "(d)  Vehicles Operated on Federal Installations.-Each department,

agency,  and instrumentality  of executive, legislative,  and judicial

branches  of  the  Federal  Government having  jurisdiction  over  any

property or facility shall require  all employees which operate  motor

vehicles  on the property or  facility to furnish  proof of compliance

with  the  applicable  requirements  of  any  vehicle  inspection  and

maintenance program established  under the provisions of  subpart 2 of

part D or subpart 3 of part D for  the State in which such property or

facility  is located  (without  regard to  whether  such vehicles  are

registered  in the  State).  The installation  shall  use one  of  the

following methods to establish proof of compliance-

      "(1) presentation by  the vehicle owner of  a valid certificate

   of  compliance  from   the  vehicle  inspection  and   maintenance

   program;

      "(2) presentation  by the  vehicle  owner of  proof of  vehicle

   registration within  the geographic  area covered  by the  vehicle

   inspection and maintenance  program (except for any  program whose

   enforcement  mechanism  is  not  through  the  denial  of  vehicle

   registration);

      "(3)  another method  approved  by the  vehicle inspection  and

   maintenance program administrator.".

                 TITLE III-HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS

Sec. 301.   Hazardous Air Pollutants.

Sec. 302.   Conforming Amendment.

Sec. 303.   Risk Assessment and Management Commission.

Sec. 304.   Chemical Process Safety Management.

Sec. 305.   Solid Waste Combustion.

Sec. 306.   Ash Management and Disposal.

SEC. 301.   HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS.

   Section 112 of the Clean Air Act is amended to read as follows:

"SEC. 112. HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS.

   "(a) Definitions.-For purposes  of this section, except subsection

(r)-   

      "(1) Major source.-The term `major source' means any stationary

   source or group of stationary sources located within a  contiguous

   area and under common control  that emits or has the potential  to

   emit considering controls, in the  aggregate, 10 tons per  year or

   more of any  hazardous air pollutant or  25 tons per year  or more

   of   any  combination   of   hazardous   air  pollutants.      The

   Administrator may establish a lesser  quantity, or in the  case of

   radionuclides different  criteria, for  a major  source than  that

   specified in  the previous sentence, on  the basis  of the potency

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