Sept. 2009 Regulatory Summaries
The following is a partial list of regulatory developments published in the Sept. 2009 Federal Register:
Final rule correcting the 6/25/09 NESHAP for areas sources at aluminum, copper, and other nonferrous foundries.
Notice of availability for public comment of two draft documents related to the review of the NAAQS for Particulate Matter.
Notice of data availability related to the short-term effects of CO2, related to the use of R-744 (CO2) as a substitute for CFC-12 in motor vehicle air conditioning.
Final rule issuing a stay on the "grandfathering" provision for PM2.5 requirements in the federal PSD program.
Notice of availability of a final risk assessment and exposure report regarding secondary NAAQS for NOx and SOx.
Notice of availability of a draft environmental impact statement regarding the potential impacts of proposed Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards for model year 2012-2016 passenger cars and light trucks.
Proposed rule establishing a national program consisting of new standards for light duty vehicles to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and improve fuel economy.
Determination expanding the list of acceptable substitutes for ozone depleting substances, concerning new substitutes for use in the refrigeration and air conditioning and foam blowing sectors.
Final rule providing notice that EPA will reconsider the 12/19/28 final rule, "Prevention of Significant Deterioration and Nonattainment New Source Review: Reconsideration of Inclusion of Fugitive Emissions."