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[Pages 229-350]
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I.  Introduction
    A.  The Hazardous Air Pollution Problem
    B.  Ecosystem Impacts of Hazardous Air Pollution
    C.  Human Health Impacts of Air Toxics
    D.  Common Law Control
II.  Pre-1990 CAA Section 112
III.  The 1990 CAA Amendments
    A.  Definitions Section 112(a)
    B.  Pollutants Covered
    C.  Source Categories
    D.  MACTs: Technology Based Standards
    E.  General HAP Regulations
    F.  New Construction, Modification, and Reconstruction
    G.  Operating Permits
    H.  Monitoring and Performance Testing
    I.  Toxic Risk Assessment
    J.  The Early Reduction Program
    K.  The National Urban Air Toxics Program
    L.  State Programs
IV.  HAP Emission Standards for Categories of Sources
    A.  Asbestos
        1.  Control of Asbestos
        2.  OSHA’s Requirements
    B.  The Hazardous Organic NESHAP Rule
V.  Standards for Incineration
    A.  Waste Incineration
    B.  Municipal Waste Incineration
    C.  Medical Waste Incineration
VI.  Prevention of Accidental Releases of HAPs
    A.  CAA Section 112(r)
    B.  The CSB
    C.  OSHA and CAA Section 112(r)
    D.  Regulations Under CAA Section 112(r)
    E.  Section 112(r) Program Levels
        1.  Hazard Assessment
        2.  Management Programs
        3.  Prevention Programs
        4.  Emergency Response
        5.  RMP
    F.  The General Duty Clause
    G.  Air Permitting
    H.  Integrated Planning
VII.  Emergency Planning Under EPCRA
    A.  Planning Requirements Under EPCRA
        1.  State and Local Committees
        2.  Sections 311 and 312 of the EPCRA
          Appendices