Compliance Assurance Monitoring (CAM)
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Pursuant to requirements for enhanced monitoring and compliance certification under the Clean Air Act, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has promulgated new regulations and revised existing regulations to implement compliance assurance monitoring (CAM) for major stationary sources of air pollution that are required to obtain operating permits under Title V of the Act. The new regulations require owners or operators of such sources to conduct monitoring that satisfies particular criteria established in the rule to provide a reasonable assurance of compliance with applicable requirements under the Act. Monitoring focuses on emissions units that rely on pollution control device equipment to achieve compliance with applicable standards. The effective date of this rule was November 21, 1997. It is located in Title 40, Chapter 1, of the Code of Federal Regulations, Part 64.
There are no new regulatory actions related to CAM.
This section includes links to documents that help AHFA member companies meet the compliance requirements of 40 CFR, Part 64.» Title 40, Chapter 1, Code of Federal Regulations, Amendment of Part 64
(Members only; log in to access.) » CAM Overview of 40 CFR, Part 64
(Members only; log in to access.) » Frequently Asked Questions Regarding the CAM Rule
(Members only; log in to access.) » CAM Presentation
(Members only; log in to access.) » Compliance Assurance and Title V Monitoring
(Members only; log in to access.) A summary of the rules and applications, presented by Peter Westlin, EPA, OAQPS.