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Show details for Air - Acid RainAir - Acid Rain
Show details for Air - Ambient Air Quality StandardsAir - Ambient Air Quality Standards
Show details for Air - Coalbed MethaneAir - Coalbed Methane
Show details for Air - Global Climate ChangeAir - Global Climate Change
Show details for Air - Indoor Air PollutionAir - Indoor Air Pollution
Show details for Air - Mobile Source RegulationAir - Mobile Source Regulation
Show details for Air - National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)Air - National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)
Show details for Air - Performance and Emissions RegulationsAir - Performance and Emissions Regulations
Show details for Air - RadiationAir - Radiation
Hide details for Air - Stratospheric Ozone ProtectionAir - Stratospheric Ozone Protection
Show details for Chlorofluorocarbon RegulationsChlorofluorocarbon Regulations
Show details for Halogenated Solvent Cleaners Control TechnologiesHalogenated Solvent Cleaners Control Technologies
Show details for Labeling RequirementsLabeling Requirements
Show details for Methyl Bromide Methyl Bromide
Show details for Montreal Protocol and AmendmentsMontreal Protocol and Amendments
Hide details for Motor Vehicle Air ConditionersMotor Vehicle Air Conditioners
Motor Vehicle Air Conditioners And Protection Of Stratospheric Ozone, Supplemental Final Rule, 40 CFR Part 82, May 2, 1995. (1995)Federal Register (FR) NoticeFinal1995
Protection Of Stratospheric Ozone For Motor Vehicle Air Conditioners), Final Rule, 40 Code Of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 82. (1992)Federal Register (FR) NoticeFinal1992
Protection Of Stratospheric Ozone (Motor Vehicle Air Conditioners), Proposed Rule, 40 Code Of Federal Regulations (CFR) Part 82. (1991)Federal Register (FR) NoticeProposed1991
Regulatory Assessment For EPA's Proposed Rule On Standards And Requirements For Servicing Of Motor Vehicle Air Conditioners That Use Refrigerants Other Than Class I Or Class II Substances, Draft. (1995)Regulatory Impact AnalysisDraft1995
Section 609 Of 1990 Clean Air Act: Refrigerant Recycling For Mobile Air Conditioners: Cost Benefit Analysis And Regulatory Flexibility Analysis. (1991)Cost-Benefit Analysis,Regulatory Flexibility AnalysisNot Reported1991
Supplemental Final, Motor Vehicle Air Conditioners And Protection Of Stratospheric Ozone, FEDERAL REGISTER May 2, 1995. (1995)Federal Register (FR) NoticeFinal1995
Show details for Nonessential Products Ban (Aerosols and Foams) with Class I SubstancesNonessential Products Ban (Aerosols and Foams) with Class I Substances
Show details for Nonessential Products Ban (Aerosols and Foams) with Class II SubstancesNonessential Products Ban (Aerosols and Foams) with Class II Substances
Show details for Refrigerant RecyclingRefrigerant Recycling
Show details for Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP)Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP)
Show details for Chemical Risk AssessmentChemical Risk Assessment
Show details for General Economic Analysis GuidanceGeneral Economic Analysis Guidance
Show details for Hazardous and Toxic Waste - CERCLA/SuperfundHazardous and Toxic Waste - CERCLA/Superfund
Show details for Hazardous and Toxic Waste - Land Disposal RestrictionsHazardous and Toxic Waste - Land Disposal Restrictions

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