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
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
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
(b) Authorization.-There are authorized to be appropriated such
sums as may be necessary to carry out this section, to remain
available until expended.
Sec. 501. Permits.
SEC. 501. PERMITS.
Add the following new title after title IV:
"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
"(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'