Pacific Southwest, Region 9
Serving: Arizona, California, Hawaii, Nevada, Pacific Islands, Tribal Nations
Air Actions, California
Particulate Matter (PM10) Pollution in California's Owens Valley
- May 25, 2007: Final Rule PM-10 Nonattainment Finding
- March 15, 2007: Proposed PM-10 Nonattainment Finding
- August 18, 1999: Final EPA Approval of the PM-10 Plan for the Owens Valley Nonattainment Area
Final Rule PM-10 Nonattainment Finding
May 25, 2007: EPA has finalized its March 15, 2007 proposal to find that the Owens Valley area has failed to attain the PM-10 standard.
Proposed PM-10 Nonattainment Finding
March 15, 2007: Owens Valley is classified as a serious PM-10 nonattainment area and had an attainment deadline of December 31, 2006. EPA is proposing to find that the Owens Valley has failed to attain the 24-hour PM-10 standard by the attainment deadline. For more information on EPA's proposed action, please see the documents below or contact Larry Biland (firstname.lastname@example.org) at (415) 947-4132.
Final EPA Approval of the PM-10 Plan for the Owens Valley Nonattainment Area
August 18, 1999: EPA gave final approval to California’s particulate matter (PM-10) State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the Owens Valley to ensure clean and healthful air. EPA also approved the State’s request for a five-year extension, to December 31, 2006, to meet the PM-10 National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS).
- Fact Sheet
- News Release
- Federal Register Notice: Final Rule (9/3/99)
- Federal Register Notice: Proposed Rule (6/25/1999)
Larry Biland (email@example.com)
Technical Support Office, EPA Region 9
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