2015 ACT 33 AN ACT relating to: repealing an air pollution rule promulgated by the Department of Natural Resources.
Testimony AB 204 is a common-sense bill that would repeal an existing DNR administrative rule, requiring facilities that have the potential to emit greenhouse gasses to obtain air permits, as well as also comply with “best available control technology” for greenhouse gases.
Bill Text SB 144/AB 204
Co-Sponsorship Memo As part of the Assembly’s “Red Tape Review” initiative, we are proposing the repeal of an unenforceable portion of our state’s administrative code. NR 405.07(9)(a)2 requires facilities and projects that have the potential to emit greenhouse gases above certain thresholds to obtain air permits, as well as comply with “best available control technology” limitations on emissions.