Airborne Toxic Control Measures

This page last reviewed June 5, 2013


The following are the lists of Mobile and Stationary Source Airborne Toxic Control Measures (ATCMs) promulgated by the California Air Resources Board. Each ATCM is codified in the California Code of Regulations (CCR). If you have a question concerning one of the ATCMs, or would like a copy of the corresponding staff report or technical support document, please contact the ARB staff person responsible for that ATCM. If you are looking for information regarding any new ATCMs under development that have entered the formal rulemaking phase or amendments to existing ATCMs, please refer to our Laws and Regulations page.

MOBILE SOURCES

Number Title, Date Adopted, Staff Contact More Information (PDF)
13 CCR Chapter 10 § 2480 ATCM to Limit School Bus Idling and Idling at Schools
Adopted: December 12, 2002
Staff Contact: Amy Ng, (916) 322-8275
More Information 17K
13 CCR § 2020
13 CCR § 2021
Diesel Particulate Matter Control Measure for On-Road
Heavy-Duty Diesel-Fueled Residential and Commercial
Solid Waste Collection Vehicles

Adopted: September 25, 2003
Staff Contact: Shawn Daley, (626) 450-6169
More Information 31K
17 CCR § 93116 ATCM for Diesel Particulate Matter from Portable
Engines Rated at 50 Horsepower and Greater

Adopted: February 26, 2004
Revised: February 19, 2011
Staff Contact: Joseph Gormley, (916) 322-5616
More Information 44K
13 CCR § 2477 and
Article 8
ATCM for In-Use Diesel-Fueled Transport Refrigeration
Units (TRU) and TRU Generator Sets and Facilities
Where TRUs Operate

Adopted: February 26, 2004
Staff Contact: Rod Hill, (916) 323-0440
More Information 6K
13 CCR Chapter 10
§ 2485
ATCM to Limit Diesel-Fueled Commercial Motor
Vehicle Idling

Adopted: July 22, 2004
Staff Contact: John Gruszecki, (916) 327-5601
More Information 18K
13 CCR § 2479 Regulation for Mobile Cargo Handling Equipment at Ports and Intermodal Rail Yards
Adopted: December 8, 2005; Amended: Effective December 3, 2009
Staff Contact: Kirk Rosenkranz, (916) 327-7843
More Information 126K
13 CCR § 2299.1
17 CCR § 93118
Emission Limits and Requirements for Auxiliary Diesel Engines and Diesel-Electric Engines Operated on Ocean-Going Vessels within California Waters and 24 Nautical Miles of the California Baseline
Adopted: December 8, 2005
Staff Contact: Paul Milkey, (916) 327-2957
More Information 91K
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17 CCR § 93119ATCM Amendments Limiting Onboard Incineration on Cruise Ships and Ocean-Going Ships
Adopted:  November 28, 2007
Staff Contact:  Michelle Komlenic (916) 322-3926
More Information25k

STATIONARY SOURCES

Number Title, Date Adopted, Staff Contact   (PDF)
17 CCR 93101 Benzene ATCM for Retail Service Stations
Adopted:  May 13, 1988
Staff Contact:  Carolyn Suer, (916) 327-5985
 More Information 339K
17 CCR 93102-93102.16 Hexavalent Chromium ATCM for Decorative and Hard
Chrome Plating and Chromic Acid Anodizing Facilities

Adopted:  February 18, 1988
Amended:  December 7, 2006
Staff ContactMichelle Komlenic, (916) 322-3926
More Information 905K
17 CCR 93101.5 ATCM for Thermal Spraying
Adopted: September 30, 2005
Staff Contact: Jose Gomez, (916) 324-8033
More Information 183K
17 CCR 93103 Chromate Treated Cooling Towers
Adopted:  March 9, 1989
Staff Contact
:  Nicholas Berger, (916) 322-2362
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17 CCR 93104 Dioxins ATCM for Medical Waste Incinerators
Adopted:  July 13, 1990
Staff Contact:  Michelle Komlenic, (916) 322-3936
More Information 422K
17 CCR 93105 Asbestos ATCM for Construction, Grading, Quarrying
and Surface Mining Operations

Adopted:  July 26, 2001
Staff Contact:  Steven Yee, (916) 327-5635
More Information 51K
17 CCR 93106 Asbestos ATCM for Surfacing Applications
Adopted:  July 20, 1990
Amended: July 20, 2000
Staff Contact:  Steven Yee, (916) 327-5635
More Information 40K
17 CCR 93107 ATCM for Emissions of Toxic Metals from Non-Ferrous
Metal Melting

Adopted
:  January 14, 1993
Staff Contact:  Ron Walter, (916) 327-5623
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17 CCR 93108
17 CCR 93108.5
Ethylene Oxide ATCM for Sterilizers and Aerators -
Parts 1 and 2

Adopted:  May 21, 1998
Effective:  January 28, 1999
Staff Contact:  Ron Walter, (916) 327-5623
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17 CCR 93109 ATCM for Emissions of Perchloroethylene from Dry
Cleaning Operations

Adopted:  October 14, 1993
Amended:  January 25, 2007
Staff Contact:  Mei Fong, (916) 324-2570
More Information 66K
17 CCR 93110 Environmental Training Program Regulation for
Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Operations

Adopted:  October 14, 1993
Staff Contact:  Tom Raschke, (916) 445-0961
More Information 516K
17 CCR 93111 ATCM for Emissions of Chlorinated Toxic Air
Contaminants from Automotive Maintenance and
Repair Activities

Adopted: April 27, 2000
Staff Contact: Glen Villa, (916) 322-1617
More Information 33K
17 CCR 93112 ATCM for Emissions of Hexavalent Chromium and
Cadmium from Motor Vehicle and Mobile Equipment
Coatings

Adopted: September 20, 2001
Staff Contact: Jose Gomez, (916) 324-8033
More Information 13K
17 CCR 93113 ATCM to Reduce Emissions of Toxic Air Contaminants
from Outdoor Residential Waste Burning

Adopted: February 3, 2003
Staff Contact: Christine Suarez-Murias, (916) 323-1495
More Information 13K
17 CCR 93114 ATCM to Reduce Particulate Emissions from Diesel-Fueled Engines -- Standards for Nonvehicular Diesel Fuel
Adopted: July 24, 2003
Staff Contact: Harold Holmes, (916) 327-5607
More Information 100K
17 CCR 93115 ATCM for Stationary Compression Ignition Engines
Adopted: February 26, 2004; Revised, effective May 19, 2011
Staff Contact: Ryan Huft, (916) 327-5784
More Information 70K
17 CCR § 93116ATCM for Diesel Particulate Matter from Portable
Engines Rated at 50 Horsepower and Greater

Adopted: February 26, 2004
Revised: February 19, 2011
Staff Contact: Joseph Gormley, (916) 322-5616
More Information 44K
17 CCR 93120ATCM to Reduce Formaldehyde Emissions  from
Composite Wood Products
Adopted: April 18, 2008
Staff Contact: Lynn Baker, (916) 324-6997
More Information238K

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