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   "(2)  In  issuing  the guidelines  the  Administrator  shall  give

priority to those categories which the Administrator considers to make

the  most  significant contribution  to  the  formation of  ozone  air

pollution  in  ozone nonattainment  areas,  including hazardous  waste

treatment, storage, and disposal  facilities which are permitted under

subtitle   C  of  the   Solid  Waste  Disposal   Act.  Thereafter  the

Administrator shall periodically review and, if necessary, revise such

guidelines.    "(3)  Within 3 years after the date of the enactment of

the  Clean Air Act Amendments  of 1990, the  Administrator shall issue

control techniques guidelines in accordance with section 108 to reduce

the aggregate emissions of volatile organic compounds into the ambient

air  from aerospace  coatings  and solvents.  Such control  techniques

guidelines  shall,  at  a minimum,  be  adequate  to reduce  aggregate

emissions  of volatile organic compounds into the ambient air from the

application  of  such  coatings and  solvents  to  such  level as  the

Administrator determines may  be achieved through the adoption of best

available  control measures.  Such control  technology guidance  shall

provide for such reductions  in such increments and on  such schedules

as  the Administrator  determines to  be reasonable,  but in  no event

later  than  10  years  after  the  final  issuance  of  such  control

technology  guidance. In developing  control technology guidance under

this subsection, the Administrator shall consult with the Secretary of

Defense, the Secretary of Transportation, and the Administrator of the

National  Aeronautics  and Space  Administration  with  regard to  the

establishment of  specifications for such coatings.  In evaluating VOC

reduction  strategies,  the  guidance  shall  take  into  account  the

applicable  requirements  of  section  112  and  the need  to  protect

stratospheric ozone.

   "(4) Within 3 years  after the date of the enactment of  the Clean

Air  Act Amendments  of 1990,  the Administrator  shall issue  control

techniques guidelines in  accordance with  section 108  to reduce  the

aggregate  emissions of volatile organic compounds  and PM-10 into the

ambient air from  paints, coatings, and solvents used  in shipbuilding

operations and ship repair.  Such control techniques guidelines shall,

at  a minimum, be adequate  to reduce aggregate  emissions of volatile

organic  compounds and PM-10 into the ambient  air from the removal or

application  of such paints, coatings,  and solvents to  such level as

the Administrator determines may  be achieved through the adoption  of

the   best  available   control  measures.  Such   control  techniques

guidelines shall provide for such reductions in such increments and on

such  schedules as the Administrator determines  to be reasonable, but

in  no event  later than  10 years  after the  final issuance  of such

control   technology  guidance.   In  developing   control  techniques

guidelines under this subsection, the Administrator shall consult with

the appropriate Federal agencies.

   "(c) Alternative  Control  Techniques.-Within  3 years  after  the

date of  the enactment of  the Clean Air  Act Amendments of  1990, the

Administrator  shall   issue   technical  documents   which   identify

alternative  controls  for all  categories  of  stationary sources  of

volatile  organic compounds and oxides of nitrogen which emit, or have

the potential to emit 25 tons per year or more of such  air pollutant.

The  Administrator shall  revise  and  update  such documents  as  the

Administrator determines necessary.

   "(d)  Guidance  for  Evaluating Cost-Effectiveness.-Within  1 year

after the date  of the enactment  of the Clean  Air Act Amendments  of

1990, the Administrator  shall provide  guidance to the  States to  be

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