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Florida Regional Haze SIP Submittal for the Second Implementation Period (2019 - 2028)

The Department’s proposed regional haze SIP revision represents commitments and enforceable actions taken by the Department to address the requirements of the Regional Haze Rule during the second implementation period from 2019 to 2028, towards the goal of attaining natural visibility conditions in Florida’s designated federal Class I areas and those federal Class I areas in other states that may be affected by emissions from Florida. Pursuant to 40 CFR 51.308(f),

Florida’s regional haze plan includes the following elements:

  • Calculations of baseline, current, and natural visibility conditions; progress to date; and the uniform rate of progress for each Class I area;
  • Documentation of the technical analysis on which Florida is relying to determine reasonable progress, including modeling, emissions, and data analysis;
  • Source-specific reasonable progress four-factor analyses and documentation of the source selection process;
  • Long-term strategy for regional haze resulting from the reasonable progress analyses;
  • Reasonable progress goals;
  • A progress report addressing the requirements of 40 CFR 51.308(g)(1) through (5);
  • Monitoring strategy and other implementation plan requirements; and
  • Documentation of consultation with other states, EPA, and Federal Land Managers (FLMs).

Important Documents

Last Modified:
February 16, 2024 - 9:24am

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