Federal Implementation Plan [Pollution Prevention] Law and Legal Definition

According to 42 USCS § 7602 [Title 42. The Public Health and Welfare; Chapter 85. Air Pollution Prevention and Control; General Provisions], the term "Federal implementation plan" means a plan (or portion thereof) promulgated by the Administrator to fill all or a portion of a gap or otherwise correct all or a portion of an inadequacy in a State implementation plan, and which includes enforceable emission limitations or other control measures, means or techniques (including economic incentives, such as marketable permits or auctions of emissions allowances), and provides for attainment of the relevant national ambient air quality standard.