An Exploratory study that examines perceptions, by the regulated community, on the effectiveness of air quality permitting for Clark County, by the Department of Air Quality and Environmental Management
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The Clean Air Act of 1970 (CAA) made the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) responsible for establishing and maintaining federal programs that control air quality. In turn, each state was delegated responsibility for air quality within its borders, although this responsibility may be shared with Native Americans or tribal lands. In many states, jurisdiction has been delegated to regional or local agencies that are then responsible for air quality in their respective air basins. Even though terrain or water bodies define the physical boundaries of air basins, they are usually designated by County boundaries for regulatory convenience (Wooley, David R., 1997).
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Jelinek, Scott, "An Exploratory study that examines perceptions, by the regulated community, on the effectiveness of air quality permitting for Clark County, by the Department of Air Quality and Environmental Management" (2004). UNLV Theses, Dissertations, Professional Papers, and Capstones. 448.
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