Sources and Control of Oxides of Nitrogen Emissions

This page last reviewed August 6, 2009

2002 Report to the Legislature on Control of NOx Emissions from Seasonal Sources in the San Joaquin Valley     
The ARB worked with an advisory committee to comply with AB 2283 in investigating and providing a report to the Legislature. The final report provides a basis for evaluating cost-effectiveness, safety, and related matters pertaining to control of NOx emissions from seasonal sources in the San Joaquin Valley.

The Final Report:

History of the Report Preparation:

If you are interested in obtaining a hard copy of this report, please contact Chris Gallenstein at (916) 324-8017. Or you can write to him at the following address:

Mr. Chris Gallenstein
Stationary Source Division
Air Resources Board
P.O. Box 2815
Sacramento, CA  95812-2815

Technical Assessment Report (Last Revised August 1997)
The Air Resources Board has published a technical assessment report entitled: "Sources and Control of Oxides of Nitrogen Emissions." This report describes the major sources of emissions of oxides of nitrogen (NOx) in California and their control technologies. California's NOx emission standards and applicable regulations are also summarized. This report is an update of a 1992 report having the same title. The updated report includes significant changes to sections dealing with NOx inventory, motor vehicles, other mobile sources, California Clean Air Act requirements, and control techniques and regulations for most categories of stationary sources. 

If you are interested in obtaining a hard copy of this report, please contact Linda Keifer at (916) 323-4327 or by FAX (916) 327-5621. Or you can write to her at the following address:

Ms. Linda Keifer
Stationary Source Division
Air Resources Board
P.O. Box 2815
Sacramento, CA 95812-2815

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