- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
- Chapter 14. Air Quality Control
- Section 20. Classification of Stationary Sources or Emissions Units; Reporting.
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AS 46.14.020. Classification of Stationary Sources or Emissions Units; Reporting.
- (a) The department, by regulation, may classify stationary sources or emissions units that, in the department's
determination, are likely to cause or contribute to air pollution, according to the levels and types of emissions and
other characteristics that relate to air quality. The department may make a classification under this subsection
applicable to the state as a whole or to a designated area of the state. The department shall base the classifications
on consideration of health, economic, and social factors, sensitivity of the receiving environment, and physical
effects on property.
- (b) The department or a local air quality control program authorized under AS 46.14.400
may require an owner and operator of a stationary source or emissions unit classified under this section to report
information to the department or the authorized local program concerning location, size, and height of stacks or area
emissions units, processes employed, fuels used, the nature and time periods or duration of emissions, and other
information relevant to air quality that is available or reasonably capable of being calculated and compiled.
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