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WESTAR Spring Business Meeting. Mobile Sources Committee Report March 27, 2006 Las Vegas, Nevada. Mobile Sources Committee. Margie Perkins (CO) Committee Liaison Clint Farr (AK) – Co-Chair Sig Jaunarajs (NV) - Co-Chair. Mobile Sources Priorities and Recent Issues. Diesel

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westar spring business meeting

WESTAR Spring Business Meeting

Mobile Sources Committee Report March 27, 2006

Las Vegas, Nevada

mobile sources committee
Mobile Sources Committee
  • Margie Perkins (CO) Committee Liaison
  • Clint Farr (AK) – Co-Chair
  • Sig Jaunarajs (NV) - Co-Chair
mobile sources priorities and recent issues
Mobile Sources Priorities and Recent Issues
  • Diesel
    • Tracking Implementation of 2007 0n-highway Heavy Duty Diesel Rule
    • Diesel Retrofit; WRAP “Boot Camp”; more demonstration projects being proposed and grant funding made available
mobile sources priorities and issues
Mobile Sources Priorities and Issues
  • Mobile Sources Air Toxics
    • EPA Proposed Rule to control MSATs issued
      • Reduces benzene in gasoline by 36% in 2011
      • Tightens standards for non-methane hydrocarbon emissions in new cars
      • Limits emissions from evaporation/permeation of portable gasoline containers
    • Most states see this as a needed federal control that will not affect local programs
    • Some states are looking at National Air Toxics Assessment data to understand the mobile sources component
mobile sources committee work plan
Mobile Sources Committee Work Plan
  • Committee is editing the Work Plan
  • Minor changes that reflect
    • Greater emphasis on diesel retrofits
    • Transition to MOVES from Mobile 6
    • SAFETEA-LU changes to transportation conformity
westar mobile sources committee
Clint Farr



WESTAR Mobile Sources Committee
  • Sig Jaunarajs
  • sjaunara@ndep.state.nv.us
  • 775-687-9392

Cindy Heil, AK - John Walls, AZ – Doug Decker, CO

Katherine Hendricks, HI – Bob Jeffery, MT – Terry O’Clair, ND

Heather Lancour, NM – Dave Nordberg, OR – Rick Boddicker, SD

Joe Thomas, UT – John Raymond, WA – Lee Gribovicz, WY


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