thermal pollution definition
- 40 CFR 64.1 - Definitions
- Performance Specifications
- 40 CFR 63.782 - Definitions
- 40 C.F.R. 63.7555 - What records must I keep?
- 40 C.F.R. 127.27 - Procedure for determining initial recipient of electronic NPDES information
- 40 CFR 63.111 - Definitions
- 40 CFR 63.1257 - Test methods and compliance procedures
- 40 CFR 63.1258 - Monitoring Requirements
From trash to treasure: converting America's contaminated land into renewable energy havens.
...* Reduction of air pollution, water pollution, water use, thermal pollution of ... Sellers of electricity included in the definition of an electric utility; . * Power generation ...
...A. Accounting:. Change in method definition...................2538. EBSA accountant ...See Air rates and fares. Air pollution control:. See also Motor vehicle pollution. ...Thermal acoustic insulation..................1957. Wiring ...
Regulation of Fuels and Fuel Additives: Changes to Renewable Fuel Standard Program
... also implements the revised statutory definitions and criteria, most notably the new greenhouse gas ..., dry mill, thermochemical, etc.), and thermal/process energy source(s). Second, in order to ... of soil carbon and nutrients, and water pollution. Sustainable removal rates for agricultural ...
S. D. Warren Co. v. Maine Bd. of Envtl. Protection, 051506 FEDSC, 04-1527
...To do this, the Act deals with pollution generally, see §1251(b), which it defines as ...2 The Act has no definition of the term, but provides that [t]he term ... attempt to deal specifically with thermal discharges. As Warren describes it, several ...
- 40 CFR 75.20 - Initial certification and recertification procedures
- 40 CFR 429.11 - General definitions
- 40 CFR 65.2 - Definitions
State of Wisconsin v. Environmental Protection Agency, 091319 FEDDC, 16-1406
...Air. pollution, once emitted, drifts with the wind. Upwind. ... take two jabs at the Update Rule's definition. of "maintenance" receptors and its ... of pounds of NOx per one million British thermal units of. emitted heat ("lbs/mmBtu")-was ...
Missouri court limits the reach of the pollution exclusion.
...(122) ANPAC, it noted, relied heavily on a dictionary definition of "pollutant" which encompassed "any irritant or contaminant." (123) ...Pollutants means any solid, liquid, gaseous or thermal irritant or contaminant, including smoke, vapor, soot, fumes, acids, ...
Bankruptcy as Bailout: Coal Company Insolvency and the Erosion of Federal Law.
...(146) This definition is consistent with the definition of insolvency ... for government regulation of pollution"). . (53.) See 30 U.S.C. [section][section] ... complex, which consequently decreased thermal coal production by 3.9 million tons. It was ...
CONSTITUTIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL LAW, OR, THE CONSTITUTIONAL CONSEQUENCES OF INSISTING THAT THE ENVIRONMENT IS EVERYBODY'S BUSINESS.
... Air Act (13) (CAA), the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, better known as the Clean Water Act ...715 (2006). . (68) Clean Water Rule: Definition of "Waters of the United States," 80 Fed. Reg. ...[section] 6305 (2012); Ocean Thermal Energy Conversion Act, 42 U.S.C. [section] 9124 ...
Energy Conservation Program: Energy Conservation Standards for Residential Clothes Washers
... transport rule, the Cross-State Air Pollution rule issued on July 6, 2011, do not appear in the ... the principles, structures, and definitions governing regulatory review established in ... axis washer drum design and reduced thermal mass, in its initial list of options, but later ...
Endangered and Threatened Species; Threatened Status for the Arctic, Okhotsk, and Baltic Subspecies of the Ringed Seal and Endangered Status for the Ladoga Subspecies of the Ringed Seal
... portion of the range'' in the ESA definitions of ``threatened'' and ``endangered'' (76 FR ...Pollution and Contaminants. Contaminants research on ... decreases in sea ice, snow cover, and thermal capacity of birthing lairs will likely lead to ...
Chile's environmental laws and the HidroAysen northern Patagonia dams megaproject: how is this project sustainable development?
... the Chilean Constitution's generous definition of private property. (38) The Water Code declares ... Atacama Desert is ideally suited to solar thermal production because of its high altitude, 365 days ... the country at risk of becoming a pollution haven--a country with weak environmental laws ...
Impact of Carbon Prices on Wholesale Electricity Prices and Carbon Pass-Through Rates in the Australian National Electricity Market.
... including variable generation costs, thermal limits, ramping constraints, start-up costs and ..."Regional Demand Definition." Australian Energy Market Operator. ..."Strong Growth, Low Pollution: Modelling: A Carbon Price." Australian ...
Golden Valley Electric Association, Inc., 012320 FERC, EL19-53-001
... facility must: (1) meet the definition of a. "cogeneration facility" (i.e., ... electric energy and forms of useful thermal energy. (such as heat or steam), used for ... shown, namely assertions regarding air pollution. in Fairbanks, to allow Eco Green to retain ...