Best Available Control Measures (BACM)

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Term Best Available Control Measures
Description A term used to refer to the most effective measures (according to EPA guidance) for controlling small or dispersed particulates and other emissions from sources such as roadway dust, soot and ash from woodstoves and open burning of rush, timber, grasslands, or trash.
Definition Best Available Control Measures

A term used to refer to the most effective measures (according to EPA guidance) for controlling small or dispersed particulates from sources such as roadway dust, soot and ash from woodstoves and open burning of brush, timber, grasslands, or trash

References http://www.epa.gov/OCEPAterms/bterms.html
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