Diligence on the part of MCCV Member companies has contributed to continual improvements in the San Joaquin Valley's air quality, despite the increase in population and vehicles. Industrial sources such as boilers, generators and process equipment contribute only a fraction of the air emissions in the valley, yet they are the focus of most regional air district regulations. Because of this, MCCV works to effectively and proactively address the ever evolving air rules and regulations, placing a high priority on promoting fairness, technical feasibility and cost effectiveness.
Once rules are adopted, MCCV's Air Committee works with the district to understand the changing requirements related to manufacturers and to convey this information to member companies in a timely manner.
Specific Issues & Rule Development
San Joaquin Valley Air Pollution Control District Plan Development Process:
SJV Air District Rule development process for rules significantly affecting the manufacturing industry:
Poly foam, can and coil coatings
ARB Regulatory Development processes for regulations significantly affecting the industry:
Greenhouse Gas Regulations
LSI off-road vehicles