promulgation of any performance standard for solid waste incineration
units combusting municipal waste under section 111 or section 129 of
the Clean Air Act, the Administrator shall review the availability of
acid gas scrubbers as a pollution control technology for small new
units and for existing units (as defined in 54 Federal Register 52190
(December 20, 1989), taking into account the provisions of subsection
(a)(2) of section 129 of the Clean Air Act.
SEC. 306. ASH MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL.
For a period of 2 years after the date of enactment of the Clean
Air Act Amendments of 1990, ash from solid waste incineration units
burning municipal waste shall not be regulated by the Administrator of
the Environmental Protection Agency pursuant to section 3001 of the
Solid Waste Disposal Act. Such reference and limitation shall not be
construed to prejudice, endorse or otherwise affect any activity by
the Administrator following the 2-year period from the date of
enactment of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
TITLE IV-ACID DEPOSITION CONTROL
Sec. 401. Acid deposition control.
Sec. 402. Fossil fuel use.
Sec. 403. Repeal of percent reduction.
Sec. 404. Acid deposition standards.
Sec. 405. National acid lakes registry.
Sec. 406. Industrial SO2 Emissions.
Sec. 407. Sense of the Congress on emission reductions costs.
Sec. 408. Monitor acid rain program in Canada.
Sec. 409. Report on clean coals technologies export programs.
Sec. 410. Acid deposition research by the United States Fish and
Sec. 411. Study of buffering and neutralizing agents.
Sec. 412. Conforming amendment.
Sec. 413. Special clean coal technology project.
SEC. 401. ACID DEPOSITION CONTROL.
The Clean Air Act is amended by adding the following new title
after title III:
"TITLE IV-ACID DEPOSITION CONTROL
"Sec. 401. Findings and purpose.
"Sec. 402. Definitions.
"Sec. 403. Sulfur dioxide allowance program for existing and new
"Sec. 404. Phase I sulfur dioxide requirements.
"Sec. 405. Phase II sulfur dioxide requirements.
"Sec. 406. Allowances for States with emissions rates at or below 0.80
"Sec. 407. Nitrogen oxides emission reduction program.
"Sec. 408. Permits and compliance plans.
"Sec. 409. Repowered sources.
"Sec. 410. Election for additional sources.
"Sec. 411. Excess emissions penalty.
"Sec. 412. Monitoring, reporting, and recordkeeping requirements.
"Sec. 413. General compliance with other provisions.
"Sec. 414. Enforcement.
"Sec. 415. Clean coal technology regulatory incentives.
"Sec. 416. Contingency guarantee; auctions, reserve.