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USEPA must promulgate regulations establishing emission standards for about 175 categories of HAP sources. The standards require the maximum degree of emission reduction that USEPA determines to be achievable for each particular source category. The standards are established for sources of HAPs that emit 10 tons per year of a single HAP or 25 tons per year of combined HAPs. Different criteria for maximum achievable control technology (MACT) apply for new and existing sources. At the Administrators discretion, less stringent standards, known as generally available control technology (GACT) will be promulgated. For more information on MACT, see USEPA's MACT web page.
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