CAA Unraveled.

GET A 30,000-FOOT VIEW OF THE AIR PROGRAMS.

The Clean Air Act is arguably the most complex environmental law on the books and much of it is unique and site-specific. Because there are so many facets to CAA, information can easily become siloed. It’s daunting to understand each program, let alone rise above the mountaintop to grasp the big picture. We can help. Buy >

See patterns. Connect dots.

CAA UNRAVELED COVERS THESE TOPICS.

 

CAA Overview

New Source Performance Standards

Emission Guidelines

NESHAPs

Benzene Standards

Air Toxics Program

LDAR Standards

MACT Standards

NAAQS

Residual Risk

MACT Hammers

Modfications

Reconstruction

The Pollutant Approach

 

 

Basecamp.

BRING THE RIGHT GEAR—CAA UNRAVELED.

McCoy’s regulatory experts will help you gain a valuable perspective on CAA. We view our role as a guide that helps you to become independent and self-sufficient by sharing our regs experience and a holistic view of the air programs. Like all McCoy publications, we rely upon EPA’s guidance, and CAA Unraveled reflects our best professional judgement on the intent of the regulations. All so you’re well prepared and better equipped to make the compliance decisions that are right for your organization. Buy >

Nota bene.

WHAT’S CHANGED SINCE THE FIRST EDITION WAS PUBLISHED.

CAA Unraveled, First Edition focuses on the programmatic structure and general principles of the Clean Air Act. It is a powerful resource that explains how the programs and regs are intertwined. Nevertheless, since its printing in 2009—the world has changed—but the far majority of information presented in this reference is still valid and helpful. Please be aware of these areas that are not up to date:

Some NAAQS standards have been revised, but the basic principles remain the same.

Several new and modified standards have been promulgated since CAA Unraveled, First Edition was published—mostly air toxics standards (i.e., MACT and area source)—that are not included in the tables and appendices.

Some of our discussions (e.g., MACT hammers) talk about impacts where actions have progressed. So the specific examples may not be entirely up-to-date, but the underlying principles will apply.