United States Code
USC most recently checked for updates: Oct 30, 2020
pulp and paper mills;
paperboard, builders paper and board mills;
meat product and rendering processing;
dairy product processing;
canned and preserved fruits and vegetables processing;
canned and preserved seafood processing;
organic chemicals manufacturing;
inorganic chemicals manufacturing;
plastic and synthetic materials manufacturing;
soap and detergent manufacturing;
iron and steel manufacturing;
nonferrous metals manufacturing;
steam electric powerplants;
leather tanning and finishing;
glass and asbestos manufacturing;
rubber processing; and
timber products processing.
Each State may develop and submit to the Administrator a procedure under State law for applying and enforcing standards of performance for new sources located in such State. If the Administrator finds that the procedure and the law of any State require the application and enforcement of standards of performance to at least the same extent as required by this section, such State is authorized to apply and enforce such standards of performance (except with respect to new sources owned or operated by the United States).
Notwithstanding any other provision of this chapter, any point source the construction of which is commenced after
After the effective date of standards of performance promulgated under this section, it shall be unlawful for any owner or operator of any new source to operate such source in violation of any standard of performance applicable to such source.