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Revisions to Chapter 62-296, F.A.C., Stationary Sources - Emission Standards

Revisions to Rules 62-296.412, 62-296.418, 62-296.470, 62-296.500, 62-296.512, 62-296.600, and 62-296.700, Florida Administrative Code (F.A.C.)

The purpose of this regulatory project (OGC No. 18-1259) is to repeal an obsolete and outdated rule, clarify the geographic scope of the Florida Department of Environmental Protection's (Department’s) Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) rules, and to complete miscellaneous regulatory cleanup.

Specifically, the Department intends to:

  • repeal Rule 62-296.470, which has been superseded by federal standards;
  • revise Rules 62-296.418, .500, .600, and .700, to specify the areas of the state where the rules are applicable;
  • revise Rule 62-296.412, F.A.C., to delete outdated provisions; and
  • revise Rule 62-296.512, to remove a reference to a test method for a pollutant that is not regulated by the rule.

Important Documents

Notice of Change, published in the Florida Administrative Register, July 3, 2019.

Notice of Proposed Rule, published in the Florida Administrative Register, May 15, 2019.

Notice of Rule Development, published in the Florida Administrative Register, February 13, 2019.

Last Modified:
July 3, 2019 - 10:13am

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