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Air Program Mission

Our mission is to maintain the purity of Missouri's air to protect the health, general welfare and property of the people. The Air Pollution Control Program has more than six million customers. Whether an urban citizen or someone far removed from other people, everyone who lives in Missouri needs and deserves clean air.

What is the CAIR/CAMR?

The Missouri Department of Natural Resources' Air Pollution Control Program is forming a workgroup to respond to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's Clean Air Interstate Rule, or CAIR, and Clean Air Mercury Rule, or CAMR. The department is interested in receiving stakeholder input into the development of the state regulations and state implementation plans that are necessary to respond to CAIR and CAMR.

The Next Meeting

CAIR/CAMR Workgroup Meeting
Feb. 10, 2006
10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Roaring River Conference Room
Conference Center
1738 East Elm Street
Jefferson City, MO 65101
Map to Conference Center
Agenda (02/06)

Discussions Drafts
CAIR Seasonal Trading. (3/06)
Mercury Draft. (3/06)
SO2 Trading. (3/06)
CAIR Annual Trading. (3/06)
Fuel Weighted Heat Input Calculator. (2/06)

Dec. 1, 2005
Agenda(11/05) 17 KB

Oct. 7, 2005
Agenda (10/05) 15 KB

Sept. 14, 2005
Agenda (09/05) 15 KB
Meeting Minutes Pending

Aug. 17, 2005 Meeting
CAIR/CAMR Implementation Workgroup Presentation. (08/05) 32 KB
Clean Air Interstate and Mercury Rules Presentation. (08/05) 2,359 KB
Meeting Minutes. (09/05) 66 KB


Missouri's banking and trading regulations can be accessed from the Code of State Regulations found on the Secretary of State web site.