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AIR QUALITY CONTROL GENERAL PERMIT for Crushing and Screening Plants As required by Title 49 Chapter 3 Article 2 Section 49426 Arizona Revised Statutes This air quality control permit does not relieve applicant of responsibility for meeting all air pollution regulations THIS GENERAL PERMIT ISSUED SUBJECT TO THE FOLLOWING

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