BACT


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AcronymDefinition
BACTBest Available Control Technology
BACTBacteriological
BACTBryn Athyn Community Theater (est. 1981; Bryn Athyn, PA)
BACTBritish Association of Conference Towns
BACTBiological Approaches to Cancer Treatment
BACTBekaert Advanced Coating Technologies
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pollution controls from which BACT is selected is meant to be expansive
102) The BACT Guidance does not specify particular control
Local councillor Chris Meaden said she was pleased the council had listened to the appeal from BACT to give them more time, and added: "The previous administration, which I was a part of, created the community fund which is vital to any funding package to secure the future of Byrne Avenue.
NSPS) be the floor for the state BACT determination (which may be more
Moreover, new sources seeking to locate in nonattainment areas have to meet an emission standard defined by reference to the Lowest Achievable Emission Rate (LAER), which, like BACT had to be at least as stringent as NSPS.
Control technology determination for both new and existing sources would consider energy, environmental and economic impacts, similar to the way current BACT considers these variables.
Last night, BACT said its assessment was based on professional advice estimating the cost of repairs at around pounds 750,000 over three years.
New and modified major sources of greenhouse gases now will be required to obtain PSD permits and use BACT for their emissions.
The Air Quality Plan will help define how Cesyl Mills intends to address the issue by using the "best available control technology," or BACT.
The team modeled health benefits from the hypothetical installation of BACT at five older power plants located within a 50-mile radius of Washington, D.