Alaska Statutes.
Title 46. Water, Air, Energy, and Environmental Conservation
Chapter 14. Air Quality Control
Section 180. Monitoring.
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AS 46.14.180. Monitoring.

Monitoring by the owner and operator of stack emissions or ambient air quality shall be required by the department only for purposes of demonstrating compliance with applicable permit program requirements. Monitoring requirements must be reasonable and based on test methods, analytical procedures, and statistical conventions approved by the federal administrator or the department or otherwise generally accepted as scientifically competent. Unless otherwise agreed to by the owner and operator and the department,

(1) the department may not require an owner and operator of an emissions unit to monitor emissions or ambient air quality solely for the purpose of scientific investigation or research; and

(2) monitoring activities must be consistent with the applicable emission standards and their permit or permit application requirements.

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