air shed


Related to air shed: Nonpoint source

air shed

n.
1. The air supply of a given region.
2. The geographic region that shares an air supply.

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EPA's Targeted Air Shed Grant Program to implement incentive programs to reduce air pollution in the communities of San Bernardino and Boyle Heights.
The Los Angeles/Riverside/Orange County region in California is the country's worst air shed.
If a plant sticks to burning sawdust and bark, that's one thing, Baldwin said, but if a plant is allowed to bring in paper or even old tires from the waste stream, the plant can sully the air shed.
air shed," said RailPower president and CEO Jim Maier.
The study found that there would be seven days with greater than a 5 percent change in visibility and one day with greater than a 10 percent loss in visibility, which, said Jewett, "means that the Roundup plant alone will impair the park air shed under the Clean Air Act.
binational air shed task force, an outstanding model for involving local
The plan is to go through the rules and modify rules for our own air shed,'' Lawson said.
Air shed enforcement; telephone service; emergency plan; federal payments in lieu of timber receipts; road money; public safety income tax.
Kevin Bunce, Sun Metro Assistant Director, said, "El Paso has significant air shed issues caused by adjacent cities and chooses to fuel with natural gas to mitigate those issues and improve air quality.
RailPower(R) President and CEO, Jim Maier, said "This is further validation of our technology in a very important US air shed.
By acting now, SemFuel, in partnership with ORYXE Energy, will give early attainment options to customers in the Houston/Galveston non-attainment air shed.