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and Wildlife Service of the Department of the Interior an amount equal

to $250,000  to fund a study  to be conducted in  conjunction with the

University of Wyoming  of the effectiveness  of various buffering  and

neutralizing  agents used to restore lakes and streams damaged by acid

deposition.

SEC. 412. CONFORMING AMENDMENT.

   Section  110(f)(1) of  the Clean Air  Act is  amended by inserting

"or  of any requirement under section 411 (concerning excess emissions

penalties  or offsets) of title  IV of the  Act" after "implementation

plan".

SEC. 413. SPECIAL CLEAN COAL TECHNOLOGY PROJECT.

   (a) Demonstration Project.-The Secretary of Energy shall,  subject

to appropriation, as part  of the Secretary's activities with  respect

to  fossil energy  research and  development under  the Department  of

Energy Organization Act (Public  Law 95-91) consider funding  at least

50  percent  of  the  cost  of  a  demonstration  project  to  design,

construct, and test a technology system for a cyclone boiler that will

serve  as  a model  for sulfur  dioxide  and nitrogen  oxide reduction

technology  at  a  combustion  unit required  to  meet  the  emissions

reductions  prescribed  in this  bill.  The  Secretary shall  expedite

approval and funding  to enable such project to be  completed no later

than January 1, 1995.  The unit  selected for this project shall be in

a  utility  plant that  (1) is  among the  top  10 emitters  of sulfur

dioxide as  identified on Table A  of section 404;  (2) has 3  or more

units, 2  of which are cyclone  boiler units; and (3)  has no existing

scrubbers.

   (b) Authorization.-There  are authorized  to be appropriated  such

sums as  may  be  necessary  to carry  out  this  section,  to  remain

available until expended.

                           TITLE V-PERMITS

Sec. 501. Permits.

SEC. 501. PERMITS.

   Add the following new title after title IV:

                          "TITLE V-PERMITS

"Sec. 501. Definitions.

"Sec. 502. Permit programs.

"Sec. 503. Permit applications.

"Sec. 504. Permit requirements and conditions.

"Sec. 505. Notification to Administrator and contiguous States.

"Sec. 506. Other authorities.

"Sec.   507.   Small   business   stationary   source  technical   and

environmental compliance         assistance program.

"SEC. 501. DEFINITIONS.

   As used in this title-

      "(1) Affected source.-The term `affected source' shall have the

   meaning given such term in title IV.

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

   source  (or any  group  of  stationary  sources located  within  a

   contiguous area  and under common control)  that is  either of the

   following:

         "(A) A major source as defined in section 112.

         "(B) A major stationary source as defined in section 302  or

      part D of title I.

      "(3) Schedule of compliance.-The term `schedule  of compliance'

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