1999 San Francisco Bay Area Ozone State Implementation Plan

This page updated May 7, 2003.

The ARB will hold a public hearing on July 22, 1999 to consider the San Francisco Bay Area Ozone Attainment Plan for the 1-Hour National Ozone Standard (1999 Bay Area Plan) as a revision to the California State Implementation Plan (SIP). The Plan includes a 1995 emission inventory for volatile organic compounds (VOC) and nitrogen oxides (NOx); an assessment of the emission reductions needed to attain the ozone standard by 2000; a control strategy; a new transportation conformity budget; and contingency measures. The District is committing to adopt new controls for polystyrene manufacturing, organic liquid storage, and gasoline dispensing facilities, as well as two new measures affecting aeration of contaminated soils.

Hearing Notice Notice of ARB hearing to consider approval of the 1999 Bay Area Plan.

(MSWord 97 -- 27 KB) or (PDF -- 51 KB)
   
Staff Report ARB staff report that briefly describes:  air quality in the Bay Area, recent clean air plans and applicable requirements, the contents of the 1999 Bay Area Plan, and ARB staff's evaluation of the Plan. The staff report also includes the projected emission inventory for the year 2000 based on existing measures, which was not included in the Plan.
   
  Table of Contents and Executive Summary

(MSWord 97 -- 44 KB) or (PDF -- 134 KB)
   
  Chapter 1

(PDF -- 286 KB)
   
  Chapter 2

(MSWord 97 -- 104 KB) or (PDF -- 261 KB)
   
  Chapter 3 to End

(MSWord 97 -- 91 KB) or (PDF -- 266 KB)
   
  Complete Staff Report

(PDF -- 664 KB)
   
To see the 1999 Bay Area Plan, go to the Bay Area District's website at http://www.baaqmd.gov/pln/plans/ozone/1999/index.htm.

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