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Department of Environmental Quality/Division of Air Quality - This rule should be continued because it is required for compliance with the Clean Air Act. Section 211(m)(1) of the Clean Air Act required Utah County to implement an oxygenated gasoline program to bring it into attainment of the carbon monoxide National Ambient Air Quality Standards. Clean Air Act Section 175A(d) requires that maintenance plans assure prompt action to correct any violation of the standard that occurs after an area is redesignated to attainment, and mandatory Clean Air Act requirements must be included as contingency measures. The oxygenated gasoline program is a contingency measure in case the carbon monoxide National Ambient Air Quality Standard is violated in Provo or Ogden. [R307-301]

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