Control Technique Guidelines

Meaning, Term, and Glossary Definition - What is Control Technique Guidelines?

EPA documents designed to assist state and local pollution authorities to achieve and maintain air quality standards for certain sources (e.g. organic emissions from solvent metal cleaning known as degreasing) through reasonably available control technologies (RACT).

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Add-on Control Device   Air Pollution Control Device   BACT Best Available Control Technology   Best Available Control Measures BACM   Best Available Control Technology BACT   Biological Control   Command-and-Control Regulations   Controlled Reaction   Effluent Guidelines   
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