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Title 40: Protection of Environment


PART 52—APPROVAL AND PROMULGATION OF IMPLEMENTATION PLANS (CONTINUED)


Contents

Subpart NN—Pennsylvania

§52.2020   Identification of plan.
§52.2021   Classification of regions.
§52.2022   [Reserved]
§52.2023   Approval status.
§§52.2024--52.2025   [Reserved]
§52.2026   [Reserved]
§52.2027   Approval status of Pennsylvania's Generic NOX and VOC RACT Rules.
§§52.2028-52.2033   [Reserved]
§52.2033   Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.
§52.2034   [Reserved]
§52.2035   Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) Program.
§52.2036   Base year emissions inventory.
§52.2037   Control strategy plans for attainment and rate-of-progress: Ozone.
§52.2038   Rate of Progress Plans: Ozone.
§52.2039   Interstate transport.
§52.2040   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
§52.2041   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
§52.2042   Visibility protection.
§52.2043   Control strategy for maintenance plans: ozone.
§§52.2044-52.2051   [Reserved]
§52.2052   Motor vehicle emissions budgets for Pennsylvania ozone areas.
§52.2053   The Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets for the Pennsylvania Counties in the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE 1997 Fine Particulate Matter Nonattainment Area
§52.2054   Control of asphalt paving material.
§52.2055   [Reserved]
§52.2056   Determinations of attainment.
§52.2057   [Reserved]
§52.2058   Prevention of significant air quality deterioration.
§52.2059   Control strategy: Particulate matter.
§52.2060   Small Business Assistance Program.
§52.2061   Operating permits.
§52.2062   Plan approvals.
§52.2063   Original identification of plan section.

Subpart OO—Rhode Island

§52.2070   Identification of plan.
§52.2071   Classification of regions.
§52.2072   Approval status.
§52.2073   General requirements.
§52.2074   Legal authority.
§52.2075   Source surveillance.
§52.2076   Attainment of dates for national standards.
§52.2078   Enforcement.
§52.2079   Requirements for state implementation plan revisions relating to new motor vehicles.
§52.2080   Revisions.
§52.2081   EPA-approved EPA Rhode Island State regulations.
§52.2082   [Reserved]
§52.2083   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2084   Rules and regulations.
§52.2085   Stack height review.
§52.2086   Emission inventories.
§52.2087   Original identification of plan section.
§52.2088   Control strategy: Ozone.
§52.2089   Control strategy: carbon monoxide.

Subpart PP—South Carolina

§52.2120   Identification of plan.
§52.2121   Classification of regions.
§52.2122   Approval status.
§52.2124   Legal authority.
§52.2125   Control strategy: Ozone.
§52.2126   VOC rule deficiency correction.
§§52.2127-52.2129   [Reserved]
§52.2130   Control strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.
§52.2131   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2132   Visibility protection.
§52.2133   General conformity.
§52.2134   Original identification of plan section.
§52.2140   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
§52.2141   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

Subpart QQ—South Dakota

§52.2170   Identification of plan.
§52.2171   Classification of regions.
§52.2172   Approval status.
§52.2173   Legal authority.
§§52.2174-52.2177   [Reserved]
§52.2178   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2179   Visibility protection.
§52.2180   Stack height regulations.
§52.2181   [Reserved]
§52.2182   PM10 Committal SIP.
§52.2183   Variance provision.
§52.2184   Operating permits for minor sources.
§52.2185   Change to approved plan.
§52.2186   Original identification of plan section.

Subpart RR—Tennessee

§52.2219   §52.2219   [Reserved]
§52.2220   Identification of plan.
§52.2221   Classification of regions.
§52.2222   Approval status.
§52.2223   Compliance schedules.
§52.2224   Legal authority.
§52.2225   VOC rule deficiency correction.
§52.2226   [Reserved]
§52.2227   Prevention of air pollution emergency episodes.
§52.2228   Review of new sources and modifications.
§52.2229   Rules and regulations.
§52.2230   [Reserved]
§52.2231   Control strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.
§52.2232   Determination of attainment.
§52.2233   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2234   Visibility protection.
§52.2235   Control strategy: Ozone.
§52.2236   Control strategy; lead.
§52.2237   NOX RACT and NOX conformity exemption.
§52.2239   Original Identification of plan section.
§52.2240   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
§52.2241   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

Subpart SS—Texas

§52.2270   Identification of plan.
§52.2271   Classification of regions.
§52.2272   [Reserved]
§52.2273   Approval status.
§52.2274   General requirements.
§52.2275   Control strategy and regulations: Ozone.
§52.2276   Control strategy and regulations: Particulate matter.
§§52.2277-52.2281   [Reserved]
§52.2282   Public hearings.
§52.2283   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
§52.2284   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
§52.2285   Control of evaporative losses from the filling of gasoline storage vessels in the Houston and San Antonio areas.
§52.2286   Control of evaporative losses from the filling of gasoline storage vessels in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
§§52.2287-52.2298   [Reserved]
§52.2299   Original identification of plan section.
§52.2300   [Reserved]
§52.2301   Federal compliance date for automobile and light-duty truck coating. Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC chapter 115), control of air pollution from volatile organic compound, rule 115.191(1)(8)(A).
§52.2302   [Reserved]
§52.2303   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2304   Visibility protection.
§52.2305   What are the requirements of the Federal Implementation Plan (FIP) to issue permits under the Prevention of Significant Deterioration requirements to sources that emit greenhouse gases?
§52.2306   Particulate Matter (PM10) Group II SIP commitments.
§52.2307   Small business assistance program.
§52.2308   Area-wide nitrogen oxides (NOX) exemptions.
§52.2309   Emissions inventories.
§52.2311   Motor vehicle antitampering.

Subpart TT—Utah

§52.2320   Identification of plan
§52.2321   Classification of regions.
§52.2322   Extensions.
§52.2323   Approval status.
§§52.2324-52.2330   [Reserved]
§52.2331   Attainment dates for national standards.
§52.2332   Control Strategy: Ozone.
§52.2333   Legal authority.
§§52.2334-52.2345   [Reserved]
§52.2346   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2347   Stack height regulations.
§52.2348   National Highway Systems Designation Act Motor Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) Programs.
§52.2350   Emission inventories.
§52.2351   Area-wide nitrogen oxides (NOX) exemption.
§52.2352   Change to approved plan.
§52.2353   Control strategy: Carbon monoxide.
§52.2354   Interstate transport.
§52.2355   Section 110(a)(2) infrastructure requirements.

Subpart UU—Vermont

§52.2370   Identification of plan.
§52.2371   Classification of regions.
§52.2372   Approval status.
§52.2373   Legal authority.
§52.2374   General requirements.
§52.2375   Attainment dates for national standards.
§52.2377   Review of new sources and modifications.
§52.2378   Certification of no facilities.
§52.2379   [Reserved]
§52.2380   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2381   EPA-approved Vermont State regulations.
§52.2382   Rules and regulations.
§52.2383   Visibility protection.
§52.2384   Stack height review.
§52.2385   Requirements for state implementation plan revisions relating to new motor vehicles.
§52.2386   Original identification of plan section.

Subpart VV—Virginia

§52.2420   Identification of plan.
§52.2421   Classification of regions.
§52.2422   [Reserved]
§52.2423   Approval status.
§52.2424   Motor vehicle emissions budgets.
§52.2425   Base Year Emissions Inventory.
§52.2426   Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) Program.
§52.2427   [Reserved]
§52.2428   Control Strategy: Carbon monoxide and ozone.
§52.2429   Control strategy: Particulate matter.
§52.2430   Determinations of attainment.
§§52.2431-52.2439   [Reserved]
§52.2440   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
§52.2441   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
§§52.2442-52.2450   [Reserved]
§52.2451   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2452   Visibility protection.
§52.2453   [Reserved]
§52.2454   Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality for Merck & Co., Inc.'s Stonewall Plant in Elkton, VA.
§52.2460   Small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program.
§52.2465   Original identification of plan section.

Subpart WW—Washington

§52.2470   Identification of plan.
§52.2471   Classification of regions.
§52.2472   Extensions.
§52.2473   Approval status.
§52.2474   General requirements.
§52.2475   Approval of plans.
§52.2476   Discretionary authority.
§52.2477   .Original identification of plan section.
§§52.2478-52.2494   [Reserved]
§52.2495   Voluntary limits on potential to emit
§52.2496   [Reserved]
§52.2497   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2498   Visibility protection.
§52.2499   [Reserved]
§52.2500   Best available retrofit technology requirements for the Intalco Aluminum Corporation (Intalco Works) primary aluminum plant—Better than BART Alternative.
§52.2501   Best available retrofit technology (BART) requirement for the Tesoro Refining and Marketing Company oil refinery—Better than BART Alternative.
§52.2502   Best available retrofit technology requirements for the Alcoa Inc.—Wenatchee Works primary aluminum smelter.

Subpart XX—West Virginia

§52.2520   Identification of plan.
§52.2521   Classification of regions.
§52.2522   Approval status.
§§52.2523-52.2524   [Reserved]
§52.2525   Control strategy: Sulfur dioxide.
§52.2526   Control strategy: Particulate matter.
§52.2527   Determination of attainment.
§52.2528   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§§52.2529-52.2530   [Reserved]
§52.2531   Base year emissions inventory.
§52.2532   Motor vehicle emissions budgets.
§52.2533   Visibility protection.
§52.2534   Stack height review.
§52.2540   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
§52.2541   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
§52.2560   Small business technical and environmental compliance assistance program.
§52.2565   Original identification of plan section.

Subpart YY—Wisconsin

§52.2569   Identification of plan—conditional approval.
§52.2570   Identification of plan.
§52.2571   Classification of regions.
§52.2572   Approval status.
§52.2573   General requirements.
§52.2574   Legal authority.
§52.2575   Control strategy: Sulfur dioxide.
§52.2576   [Reserved]
§52.2577   Attainment dates for national standards.
§52.2578   Compliance schedules.
§§52.2579-52.2580   [Reserved]
§52.2581   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§§52.2582-52.2583   [Reserved]
§52.2584   Control strategy; Particulate matter.
§52.2585   Control strategy: Ozone.
§52.2586   Small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program.
§52.2587   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
§52.2588   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
§52.2589   Wisconsin construction permit permanency revision.
§52.2590   Operating permits.
§52.2591   Section 110(a)(2) infrastructure requirements.
§52.2592   Review of new sources and modifications.

Subpart ZZ—Wyoming

§52.2620   Identification of plan.
§52.2621   Classification of regions.
§52.2622   Approval status.
§§52.2623-52.2624   [Reserved]
§52.2625   Compliance schedules.
§§52.2626-52.2629   [Reserved]
§52.2630   Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2631   [Reserved]
§52.2632   Visibility protection. [Reserved]
§52.2633   Stack height regulations.
§52.2634   Correction of approved plan.
§52.2635   Original identification of plan section.
§52.2636   Implementation plan for regional haze.
§52.2637   Federal implementation plan for reasonable attributable visibility impairment long-term strategy.

Subpart AAA—Guam

§52.2670   Identification of plan.
§52.2671   Classification of regions.
§52.2672   Approval status.
§52.2673   Original identification of plan.
§§52.2674-52.2675   [Reserved]
§52.2676   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2677   [Reserved]
§52.2678   Control strategy and regulations: Particulate matter.
§52.2679   Control strategy and regulations: Sulfur dioxide.
§§52.2680-52.2681   [Reserved]
§52.2682   Air quality surveillance.
§52.2683   [Reserved]
§52.2684   Source surveillance.
§52.2685   [Reserved]
§52.2686   Upset-breakdown reporting.

Subpart BBB—Puerto Rico

§52.2720   Identification of plan.
§52.2721   Classification of regions.
§52.2722   Approval status.
§52.2723   EPA-approved Puerto Rico regulations.
§52.2724   [Reserved]
§52.2725   General requirements.
§52.2726   Legal authority.
§§52.2727-52.2728   [Reserved]
§52.2729   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2730   [Reserved]
§52.2731   Control strategy and regulations: Sulfur oxides.
§52.2732   Small business technical and environmental compliance assistance program.

Subpart CCC—Virgin Islands

§52.2770   Identification of plan.
§52.2771   Classification of regions.
§52.2772   Approval status.
§52.2773   EPA-approved Virgin Islands regulations.
§52.2774   [Reserved]
§52.2775   Review of new sources and modifications.
§§52.2776-52.2778   [Reserved]
§52.2779   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.2780   Control strategy for sulfur oxides.
§52.2781   Visibility protection.
§52.2782   Small business technical and environmental compliance assistance program.

Subpart DDD—American Samoa

§52.2820   Identification of plan.
§52.2821   Classification of regions.
§52.2822   Approval status.
§52.2823   Original identification of plan.
§52.2824   Review of new sources and modifications.
§§52.2825-52.2826   [Reserved]
§52.2827   Significant deterioration of air quality.

Subpart EEE—Approval and Promulgation of Plans

§52.2850   Approval and promulgation of implementation plans.

Subpart FFF—Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

§52.2900   Negative declaration.
§52.2920   Identification of plan.
§52.2921   Original identification of plan.
§52.2922   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§§52.2923-52.2999   [Reserved]
Appendixes A-C to Part 52 [Reserved]
Appendix D to Part 52—Determination of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions From Stationary Sources by Continuous Monitors
Appendix E to Part 52—Performance Specifications and, Specification Test Procedures for Monitoring Systems for Effluent Stream Gas Volumetric Flow Rate
Appendix F to Part 52—Clean Air Act Section 126 Petitions From Eight Northeastern States: Named Source Categories and Geographic Coverage

Subpart NN—Pennsylvania

§52.2020   Identification of plan.

(a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State implementation plan for Pennsylvania under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7410, and 40 CFR part 51 to meet national ambient air quality standards.

(b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed as incorporated by reference in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with an EPA approval date of April 1, 2013 was approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR Part 51. The material incorporated is as it exists on the date of the approval, and notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal Register. Entries in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with EPA approval dates on or after April 1, 2013 will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2)(i) EPA Region III certifies that the following rules and regulations provided by EPA at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated State rules/regulations which have been approved as part of the State implementation plan as of April 1, 2013:

(A) Materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(c)(1)—1. PA Department of Environmental Protection (PA DEP); 2. PA Department of Transportation (PA DOT).”

(B) Materials in Notebook “1. 40 CFR 52.2020(c)(2)—Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD); 2. 40 CFR 52.2020(c)(3)—Philadelphia Air Management Services (AMS).”

(ii) EPA Region III certifies that the following source-specific requirements provided by EPA at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated State source-specific requirements which have been approved as part of the State implementation plan as of November 1, 2006. No additional revisions were made between November 1, 2006 and April 1, 2013:

(A) [Reserved]

(B) Materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)—Source-specific Requirements—Volume 1, Part 1.”

(C) Materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)—Source-specific Requirements—Volume 1, Part 2.”

(D) Materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)—Source-specific Requirements—Volume 2, Part 1.”

(E) Materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)—Source-specific Requirements—Volume 2, Part 2.”

(F) Materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)—Source-specific Requirements—Volume 3.”

(G) Materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)—Source-specific Requirements—Volume 4.”

(H) Materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)—Source-specific Requirements—Volume 5.”

(I) Materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(d)(2)-(d)(4)—Source-specific Requirements.”

(iii) EPA Region III certifies that the materials in Notebook “40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)—Source-specific Requirements—Volume 6” provided by EPA at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated State source-specific requirements which have been approved as part of the State implementation plan as of November 1, 2008. No additional revisions were made between November 1, 2008 and April 1, 2013.

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the EPA Region III Office at 1650 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103. For further information, call (215) 814-2108; the EPA, Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, Room Number 3334, EPA West Building, 1301 Constitution Avenue NW., Washington, DC 20460. For further information, call (202) 566-1742; or at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/code_of_federal_regulations/ibr_locations.html.

(c) EPA-Approved Regulations

(1) EPA-Approved Pennsylvania Regulations and Statutes

State citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateAdditional explanation/
§52.2063 citation
Title 25—Environmental Protection Article III—Air Resources
Chapter 121—General Provisions
Section 121.1Definitions02/09/1307/10/14,79 FR 39333Added and amended definitions.
Section 121.2Purpose3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 121.3Applicability3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 121.4Regional Organization of the Department5/23/9212/22/94, 59 FR 65971(c)(94).
Section 121.7Prohibition of Air Pollution3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 121.8Compliance responsibilities8/13/7712/17/79, 44 FR 73031(c)(21); correction published 8/22/80 (45 FR 56060).
Section 121.9Circumvention3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 121.10Existing orders3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 121.11Severability clause3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1); no longer in PA DEP rules.
Chapter 123—Standards for Contaminants
Fugitive Emissions
Section 123.1(a) through (c)Prohibition of certain fugitive emissions8/29/7712/17/79, 44 FR 73031(c)(21); Paragraph 123.1(d) is not in the SIP.
Section 123.2Fugitive particulate matter8/13/837/27/84, 49 FR 30183(c)(60).
Particulate Matter Emissions
Section 123.11Combustion units3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Appendix A [Graph]Particulate Matter—Combustion Units3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 123.12Incinerators3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 123.13(a) through (c)Processes8/27/8011/13/81, 46 FR 55971(c)(39); paragraph 123.13(d) is not in the SIP.
Section 123.14Outdoor wood-fired boilers10/2/109/20/11, 76 FR 58116New section.
Appendix B [Graph]Particulate Matter—Processes Listed in Table 13/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Appendix C [Graph]Particulate Matter—Processes Not Listed in Table 13/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Sulfur Compound Emissions
Section 123.21General3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 123.22Combustion units. [General provisions—air basins and non-air basins02/09/1307/10/14, 79 FR 39333Amended sections 123.22(a), 123.22(b), 123.22(c), 123.22(d), and 123.22(e).
Section 123.22(b)Combustion units—Erie Air Basin8/1/798/8/79, 44 FR 46465(c)(20); correction published 1/23/80 (45 FR 5303).
Section 123.22(c)Combustion units—Southeast PA Air Basin10/1/786/4/79, 44 FR 31980(c)(18).
Section 123.22(c)Combustion units—Upper Beaver Valley Air Basin8/21/827/5/83, 48 FR 30630(c)(53).
Section 123.22(d)Combustion units—Lower Beaver Valley Air Basin1/1/8112/16/81, 46 FR 61267(c)(40).
Section 123.22(f)Combustion units—Sampling and testing02/09/1307/10/14, 79 FR 39333New section.
Section 123.22(g)Combustion units—Recordkeeping and reporting02/09/1307/10/14, 79 FR 39333New section
Figure 4 [Graph]Sulfur Oxides—Combustion Units3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 123.24Primary zinc smelters8/11/754/30/76, 41 FR 18077(c)(14).
Section 123.25Monitoring requirements10/27/906/30/93, 58 FR 34911(c)(81).
Odor Emissions
Section 123.31Limitations3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1); SIP version of Section 123.31 is different from State version.
Visible Emissions
Section 123.41Limitations3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 123.42 (Except paragraph 123.42(4))Exceptions3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1); Paragraph 123.42(4) is declared not in SIP at (c)(21).
Section 123.43Measuring Techniques3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 123.44Limitations of visible fugitive air contaminants from operation of any coke oven battery12/27/976/11/02, 67 FR 39854(c)(189).
Section 123.45Alternative opacity limitations6/20/811/19/83, 48 FR 2319(c)(48).
Appendix D [Chart]Alternate Opacity Limitation—Application6/20/811/19/83, 48 FR 2319(c)(48).
Section 123.46Monitoring requirements6/20/811/19/83, 48 FR 2319(c)(48).
Nitrogen Compound Emissions
Section 123.51Monitoring requirements10/20/909/23/92, 57 FR 43905(c)(74).
NOX Allowance Requirements
Section 123.101Purpose11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.102Source NOX allowance requirements and NOX allowance control period11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.103General NOX allowance provisions11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.104Source authorized account representative requirements11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.105NATS provisions11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.106NOX allowance transfer protocol11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.107NOX allowance transfer procedures11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.108Source emissions monitoring requirements11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.109Source emissions reporting requirements11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.110Source compliance requirements11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.111Failure to meet source compliance requirements11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.112Source operating permit provision requirements11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145)
Section 123.113Source recordkeeping requirements11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.114General NOX allocation provisions11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.115Initial NOX allowance NOX allocations3/11/006/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.116Source opt-in provisions11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.117New NOX affected source provisions11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.118Emission reduction credit provisions11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.119Bonus NOX allowance awards11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Section 123.120Audit11/1/976/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Appendix E [Chart]Appendix E [NOX Allowances Chart]3/11/006/6/00, 65 FR 35840(c)(145).
Chapter 126—Standard for Motor Fuels
Subchapter A—Oxygenate Content of Gasoline
Section 126.101General8/19/9512/17/99, 64 FR 70589(c)(142).
Section 126.102Sampling and testing8/19/9512/17/99, 64 FR 70589(c)(142).
Section 126.103Recordkeeping and reporting8/19/9512/17/99, 64 FR 70589(c)(142).
Section 126.104Labeling requirements8/19/9512/17/99, 64 FR 70589(c)(142).
Subchapter C—Gasoline Volatility Requirements
Section 126.301 (a) through (c)Compliant fuel requirement11/1/976/8/98, 63 FR 31116(c)(131).
Section 126.302 (Except Paragraph (a)(6) pertaining to RFG)Recordkeeping and reporting11/1/976/8/98, 63 FR 31116(c)(131).
Section 126.303(a)Compliance and test methods11/1/976/8/98, 63 FR 31116(c)(131).
Subchapter D—Motor Vehicle Emissions Control Program
General Provisions
Section 126.401Purpose12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Pennsylvania Clean Vehicles Program
Section 126.411General requirements12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Section 126.412Emission requirements12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Section 126.413Exemptions12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Applicable Motor Vehicle Testing
Section 126.421Exemptions12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Section 126.422New motor vehicle compliance testing12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Section 126.423Assembly line testing12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Section 126.424In-use motor vehicle enforcement testing12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Section 126.425In-use surveillance testing12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Motor Vehicle Manufacturers' Obligations
Section 126.431Warranty and recall12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Section 126.432Reporting requirements12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Motor Vehicle Dealer Responsibilities
Section 126.441Responsibility of motor vehicle dealers12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Department Responsibilities
Section 126.451Responsibilities of the Department12/9/061/24/12, 77 FR 3386.
Chapter 127—Construction, Modification, Reactivation, and Operation of Sources
Subchapter A—General
Section 127.1Purpose11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.3Operational flexibility11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Subchapter B—Plan Approval Requirements
Section 127.11Plan approval requirements11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.11aReactivation of sources11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.12Content of applications11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.12aCompliance review11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.12bPlan Approval Terms and Conditions5/24/0810/5/12, 77 FR 60910Revised; limited approval.
Section 127.12cPlan approval reporting requirements11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.12dCompleteness Determination5/24/0810/5/12, 77 FR 60910Added; limited approval.
Section 127.13Extensions5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261Revised.
Section 127.13aPlan approval changes for cause11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.13bDenial of Plan approval application11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.13cNotice of basis for certain plan approval decisions11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.14Exemptions11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.25Compliance requirement11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.32Transfer of plan approvals11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.35Maximum achievable control technology standards for hazardous air pollutants11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.36Health risk-based emission standards and operating practice requirements11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.44Public Notice5/24/0810/5/12, 77 FR 60910Revised; limited approval.
Section 127.45Contents of Notice5/24/0810/5/12, 77 FR 60910Revised; limited approval.
Section 127.46Filing protests8/13/837/27/84, 49 FR 30183(c)(60).
Section 127.47Consideration of protests11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.48Conferences and Hearings5/24/0810/5/12, 77 FR 60910Revised; limited approval.
Section 127.49Conference or hearing procedure11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.50Conference or hearing record11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.51Plan approval disposition11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Subchapter D—Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality
Section 127.81Purpose6/18/838/21/84, 49 FR 33127(c)(57).
Section 127.82Scope6/18/838/21/84, 49 FR 33127(c)(57).
Section 127.83Adoption of Program6/18/838/21/84, 49 FR 33127(c)(57).
Subchapter E—New Source Review
Section 127.201General requirements9/3/117/13/12, 78 FR 41276Revised.
Section 127.201aMeasurements, abbreviations and acronyms9/3/117/13/12, 77 FR 41276Revised.
Section 127.202Effective date9/3/117/13/12, 77 FR 41276Revised.
Section 127.203Facilities subject to special permit requirements9/3/117/13/12, 77 FR 41276Revised.
Section 127.203aApplicability determination9/3/117/13/12, 77 FR 41276Revised.
Section 127.204Emissions subject to this Subchapter9/3/117/13/12, 77 FR 41276Revised.
Section 127.205Special permit requirements5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261Revised.
Section 127.206ERC general requirements9/3/117/13/12, 77 FR 41276Revised.
Section 127.207Creditable emissions decrease or ERC generation and creation5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261Revised.
Section 127.208ERC use and transfer requirements5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261Revised.
Section 127.209ERC registry system5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261Revised.
Section 127.210Offset ratios9/3/117/13/12, 77 FR 41276Revised.
Section 127.212Portable facilities5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261Revised.
Section 127.213Construction and demolition5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261Revised.
Section 127.215Reactivation5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261Revised.
Section 127.216Circumvention1/15/9412/9/97, 62 FR 64722(c)(107).
Section 127.217Clean Air Act Titles III-V applicability5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261Revised.
Section 127.218PALs5/19/075/14/12, 77 FR 28261New.
Subchapter F—Operating Permit Requirements
General
Section 127.401Scope11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.402General provisions11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.403Permitting of sources operating lawfully without a permit11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.404Compliance schedule for repermitting11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Permit Applications
Section 127.411Content of applications.11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.412Compliance review forms11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.413Municipal notification11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.414Supplemental information11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Review of Applications
Section 127.421Review of Applications11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.422Denial of permits11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.423Notice of basis for certain operating permit decisions11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.424Public notice11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.425Contents of notice11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.426Filing protests11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.427Consideration of protest11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.428Conferences and hearings11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.429Conference or hearing procedure11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.430Conference or hearing record11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.431Operating permit disposition11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Operating Permit Conditions
Section 127.441Operating permit terms and conditions11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.442Reporting requirements11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.443Operating permit requirements11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.444Compliance requirements11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.445Operating permit compliance schedules11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.446Operating permit duration11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.447Alternate operating scenarios11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.448Emissions trading at facilities with Federally enforceable emissions cap11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.449De minimis emission increases11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.450Administrative operating permit amendments11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Operating Permit Modifications
Section 127.461Operating permit changes for cause11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.462Minor operating permit modifications11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.463Operating permit revisions to incorporate applicable standards11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.464Transfer of operating permits11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Subchapter H—General Plan Approvals and Operating Permits
General
Section 127.601Scope11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39594(c)(111).
Issuance of General Plan Approvals and General Operating Permits
Section 127.611General plan approvals and general operating permits11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39594(c)(111).
Section 127.612Public notice and review period11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39594(c)(111).
Use of General Plan Approvals and Permits
Section 127.621Application for use of general plan approvals and general operating permits11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39594(c)(111).
Section 127.622Compliance with general plan approvals and general operating permits11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39594(c)(111).
Subchapter I—Plan Approval and Operating Permit Fees
Section 127.701General provisions11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.702Plan approval fees11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.703Operating permit fees under Subchapter F11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Section 127.707Failure to pay fee11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(C).
Subchapter J—General Conformity
Section 127.801Purpose11/9/969/29/97, 62 FR 50870(c)(126).
Section 127.802Adoption of Standards11/9/969/29/97, 62 FR 50870(c)(126).
Chapter 129—Standards for Sources
Miscellaneous Sources
Section 129.11Nitric acid plants3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 129.12Sulfuric acid plants3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 129.13Sulfur recovery plants3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
APPENDIX AAllowable emissions, sulfur oxides—sulfur recovery plants4/23/943/23/98, 63 FR 13789(c)(129).
Section 129.14Open burning operations8/9/768/19/80, 45 FR 55178(c)(33).
Section 129.15Coke pushing operations8/29/77,12/31/7712/17/79, 44 FR 73031(c)(21); correction published 8/22/80, 45 FR 56060.
Section 129.16Door maintenance, adjustment and replacement practices12/12/777/17/79, 44 FR 41429(c)(19).
Section 129.18Municipal waste incinerators10/27/906/30/93, 58 FR 34911(c)(81).
Sources of VOCs
Section 129.51General12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090Amends section 129.51(a).
Section 129.52Surface coating processes11/20/108/24/2011, 76 FR 52870Paragraph 129.52(i) is added. The State effective date is 9/11/10.
Section 129.52aControl of VOC emissions from large appliance and metal furniture surface coating processes9/11/108/24/2011, 76 FR 52870New section is added.
Section 129.52bControl of VOC emissions from paper, film, and foil surface coating processes11/20/105/23/11, 76 FR 29649New section is added.
Section 129.52cControl of VOC emissions from flat wood paneling surface coating processes12/18/106/2/11, 76 FR 31855New section is added.
Section 129.54Seasonal operation of auxiliary incineration equipment8/3/915/13/93, 58 FR 28362(c)(79).
Section 129.55Petroleum refineries—specific sources6/20/811/19/83, 48 FR 2319(c)(48).
Section 129.56Storage tanks greater than 40,000 gallons capacity containing VOCs9/5/987/26/00, 65 FR 45920(c)(147).
Section 129.57Storage tanks less than or equal to 40,000 gallons capacity containing VOCs6/20/811/19/83, 48 FR 2319(c)(48).
Section 129.58Petroleum refineries—fugitive sources8/13/837/27/84, 49 FR 30183(c)(60).
Section 129.59Bulk gasoline terminals8/3/915/13/93, 58 FR 28362(c)(79).
Section 129.60Bulk gasoline plants8/3/915/13/93, 58 FR 28362(c)(79).
Section 129.61Small gasoline storage tank control (Stage I control)8/3/915/13/93, 58 FR 28362(c)(79).
Section 129.62General standards for bulk gasoline terminals, bulk gasoline plants, and small gasoline storage tanks5/23/9412/22/94, 59 FR 65971(c)(94).
Section 129.63Degreasing operations12/22/011/16/03, 68 FR 2208(c)(195)(i)(B)(2).
Section 129.64Cutback asphalt paving8/13/837/27/84, 49 FR 30183(c)(60).
Section 129.65Ethylene production plants8/1/795/20/80(c)(22).
Section 129.66Compliance schedules and final compliance dates12/18/106/2/11, 76 FR 31855This section is amended.
Section 129.67Graphic arts systems9/5/987/26/00, 65 FR 45920(c)(147).
Section 129.68Manufacture of synthesized pharmaceutical products8/3/915/13/93, 58 FR 28362(c)(79).
Section 129.69Manufacture of pneumatic rubber tires5/23/9212/22/94, 59 FR 65971(c)(94).
Section 129.71Synthetic organic chemical and polymer manufacturing—fugitive sources5/23/9212/22/94, 59 FR 65971(c)(94).
Section 129.72Manufacture of surface active agents5/23/9212/22/94, 59 FR 65971(c)(94).
Section 129.73Aerospace manufacturing and rework4/10/996/25/01, 66 FR 33645(c)(155).
Section 129.75Mobile equipment repair and refinishing11/27/998/14/00, 65 FR 49501(c)(148).
Section 129.77Control of emissions from the use or application of adhesives, sealants, primers and solvents12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090New section is added.
Mobile Sources
Section 129.81Organic liquid cargo vessel loading and ballasting9/28/919/28/93, 58 FR 50517(c)(84).
Section 129.82Control of VOCs from gasoline dispensing facilities (Stage II)4/10/995/21/01, 66 FR 27875(c)(153).
Stationary Sources of NOX and VOCs
Section 129.91Control of major sources of NOX and VOCs6/10/007/20/01, 66 FR 37908(c)(152).
Section 129.92RACT proposal requirements4/23/943/23/98, 63 FR 13789(c)(129).
Section 129.93 [Except for 129.93(c)(6) &(7)]Presumptive RACT emission limitations4/23/943/23/98, 63 FR 13789(c)(129).
Section 129.94NOX RACT emission averaging general requirements4/23/943/23/98, 63 FR 13789(c)(129).
Section 129.95Recordkeeping4/23/943/23/98, 63 FR 13789(c)(129).
Wood Furniture Manufacturing Operations
Section 129.101General provisions and applicability6/10/007/20/01, 66 FR 37908(c)(152).
Section 129.102Emission standards6/10/007/20/01, 66 FR 37908(c)(152).
Section 129.103Work practice standards6/10/007/20/01, 66 FR 37908(c)(152).
Section 129.104Compliance procedures and monitoring requirements6/10/007/20/01, 66 FR 37908(c)(152).
Section 129.105Recordkeeping requirements6/10/007/20/01, 66 FR 37908(c)(152).
Section 129.106Reporting requirements6/10/007/20/01, 66 FR 37908(c)(152).
Section 129.107Special provisions for facilities using an emissions averaging approach6/10/007/20/01, 66 FR 37908(c)(152).
Additional NOX Requirements
Section 129.201Boilers4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446Revised section.
Section 129.202Stationary combustion turbines4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446Revised section.
Section 129.203Stationary internal combustion engines12/11/049/29/06, 71 FR 57428SIP-effective date is 10/30/06.
Section 129.204Emission accountability4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446Revised section.
Section 129.205Zero emission renewable energy production credit12/11/049/29/06, 71 FR 57428SIP-effective date is 10/30/06.
Control of NOX Emissions From Glass Melting Furnaces
Section 129.301Purpose6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Section 129.302Applicability6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Section 129.303Exemptions6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Section 129.304Emission requirements6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Section 129.305Start-up requirements6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Section 129.306Shutdown requirements6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Section 129.307Idling requirements6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Section 129.308Compliance determination6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Section 129.309Compliance demonstration6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Section 129.310Recordkeeping6/19/108/22/11, 76 FR 52283New section
Chapter 130—Standards for Products
Subchapter A—Portable Fuel Containers
Section 130.101Applicability10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70893(c)(229).
Section 130.102Definitions10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70893(c)(229).
Section 130.103Performance Standards for portable fuel containers and spill-proof spouts10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70893(c)(229).
Section 130.104Exemptions10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70893(c)(229).
Section 130.105Innovative products10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70893(c)(229).
Section 130.106Administrative requirements10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70893(c)(229).
Section 130.107Variances10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70893(c)(229).
Section 130.108Test procedures10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70893(c)(229).
Subchapter B—Consumer Products
General Provisions
Section 130.201Applicability10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717
Section 130.202Definitions10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717
Standard
Section 130.211Table of standards10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717
Section 130.212Products diluted prior to use10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.213Products registered under FIFRA10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717
Section 130.214Requirements for charcoal lighter materials10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717
Section 130.215Requirements for aerosol adhesives10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717
Section 130.216Requirements for floor wax strippers10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.217Sell-through of products10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717Adds section to allow for the sell-through of product manufactured prior to applicable effective dates.
Exemptions
Section 130.331Products for shipment and use outside this Commonwealth10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.332Antiperspirants and deodorants10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.333LVP-VOC10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.334Products registered under FIFRA10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.335Air fresheners10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.336Adhesives10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.337Bait station insecticides10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.338Fragrances10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717Added section.
Innovative Products
Section 130.351Innovative products exemption10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.352Request for exemption10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Administrative Requirements
Section 130.371Code-dating10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.372Most restrictive limit10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717
Section 130.373Additional labeling requirements for aerosol adhesives10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717
Reporting Requirements
Section 130.391Required reporting of information to the Department10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.392Confidentiality10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Variances
Section 130.411Application for variance10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.412Variance orders10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.413Termination of variance10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.414Modification of variance10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
TEST METHODS
Section 130.431Testing for compliance10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
ACP for Consumer Products
Section 130.451Alternative methods of compliance10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230)
Section 130.452Exemption10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.453Request for exemption10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.454Application for an ACP10/11/0810/18/10,75 FR 63717.
Section 130.455Recordkeeping and availability of requested information10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.456Surplus reductions and surplus trading10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.457Limited-use surplus reduction credits for early reformulations of ACP products10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.458Reconciliation of shortfalls10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.459Notification of modifications to an ACP by the responsible ACP party10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.460Modifications that require Department preapproval10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.461Other modifications10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.462Modification of an ACP by the Department10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.463Cancellation of an ACP10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.464Treatment of information10/5/0212/8/04, 69 FR 70895(c)(230).
Section 130.465Other applicable requirements10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Public Hearing Requirements
Section 130.471Public hearings10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Subchapter C—Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings
Section 130.601Applicability10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Section 130.602Definitions10/11/0810/18/10, 75 FR 63717.
Section 130.603Standards10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Section 130.604Container labeling requirements10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Section 130.605Reporting requirements10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Section 130.606Application for variance10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Section 130.607Variance orders10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Section 130.608Termination of variance10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Section 130.609Extension, modification or revocation of variance10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Section 130.610Public hearings10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Section 130.611Compliance provisions and test methods10/25/0311/23/04, 69 FR 68080(c)(227).
Subchapter D—Adhesives, Sealants, Primers and Solvents
Section 130.701Applicability12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090New section is added.
Section 130.702Emission standards12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090New section is added.
Section 130.703Exemptions and exceptions12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090New section is added.
Section 130.704Recordkeeping requirements12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090New section is added.
Section 130.705Compliance procedures and test methods12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090New section is added.
Section 130.706Container labeling12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090New section is added.
Section 130.707Product dating12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090New section is added.
Section 130.708Sell-through of products12/25/109/26/12, 77 FR 59090New section is added.
Chapter 131—Ambient Air Quality Standards
Section 131.1Purpose3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 131.2National Ambient Air Quality Standards3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 131.3Ambient air quality standards8/13/837/27/84, 49 FR 30183(c)(60); Amendment removed a lead standard provision. The remaining standards are not SIP-related.
Section 131.4Application of ambient air quality standards3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Chapter 135—Reporting of Sources
General
Section 135.1Definitions3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 135.2Applicability [of sources]3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 135.3Reporting3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 135.4Reporting forms and guides3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 135.5Recordkeeping10/10/921/12/95, 60 FR 2081(c)(96).
Emission Statements
Section 135.21Emission statements10/10/921/12/95, 60 FR 2081(c)(96).
Chapter 137—Air Pollution Episodes
General
Section 137.1Purpose1/28/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 137.2Monitoring facilities1/28/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 137.3Episode criteria6/9/906/16/93, 58 FR 33203(c)(75).
Section 137.4Standby plans12/27/976/11/02, 67 FR 39854(c)(189).
Section 137.5Implementation of emission reduction procedures1/28/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Level Actions
Section 137.11Forecast level actions1/28/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 137.12Alert level actions1/28/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 137.13Warning level actions1/28/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 137.14Emergency level actions1/28/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Chapter 139—Sampling and Testing
Subchapter A—Sampling and Testing Methods and Procedures
General
Section 139.1Sampling facilities3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 139.2Sampling by others3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 139.3General requirements8/1/798/8/79, 44 FR 46465(c)(20); Correction published 1/23/80 (45 FR 5303).
Section 139.4References02/09/1307/10/14, 79 FR 39333Amended and added references.
Section 139.5Revisions to the source testing manual and continuous source monitoring manual11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(D).
Stationary Sources
Section 139.11General requirements3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 139.12Emissions of particulate matter3/7/986/11/02, 67 FR 39854(c)(189).
Section 139.13 (Except Provisions applicable to H2S and TRS)Emissions of SO2, H2S, TRS and NO211/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(D).
Section 139.14Emissions of VOCs6/10/007/20/01, 66 FR 37908(c)(152).
Section 139.16Sulfur in fuel oil02/09/1307/10/14, 79 FR 39333Amended to add cross references.
Section 139.17General requirements6/20/811/19/83, 48 FR 2319(c)(48).
Section 139.18Calculation of alternative opacity limitations6/20/811/19/83, 48 FR 2319(c)(48).
Ambient Levels of Air Contaminants
Section 139.31General3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section 139.32Sampling and analytical procedures11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(D).
Section 139.33Incorporation of Federal procedures3/20/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Subchapter B—Monitoring Duties of Certain Sources
General
Section 139.51Purpose8/29/777/17/79, 44 FR 41429(c)(19).
Section 139.52Monitoring methods and techniques8/29/777/17/79, 44 FR 41429(c)(19).
Section 139.53Filing monitoring reports8/13/837/27/84, 49 FR 30183(c)(60).
Subchapter C—Requirements for Continuous In-Stack Monitoring for Stationary Sources
Section 139.101General Requirements3/7/986/11/02, 67 FR 39854(c)(189).
Section 139.102References11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(D).
Section 139.103Opacity monitoring requirements11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 39597(c)(110)(i)(D).
Section 139.111Waste incinerator monitoring requirements12/27/976/11/02, 67 FR 39854(c)(189).
Chapter 141—Alternate Standards
Section 141.1Imposing alternate standards authorized5/14/889/17/92, 57 FR 42894(c)(73).
Chapter 145—Interstate Pollution Transport Reduction
Subchapter A—NOX Budget Trading Program
General Provisions
Section 145.1Purpose9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.2Definitions9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.3Measurements, abbreviations and acronyms9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.4Applicability9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.5Retired unit exemption9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.6Standard requirements9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.7Computation of time9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.8Transition to CAIR NOX Trading Programs4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446New section.
NOX Account
Section 145.10Authorization and responsibilities of the NOX authorized account representative9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.11Alternate NOX authorized account representative9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.12Changing the NOX authorized account representative; and changes in the Alternate NOX authorized account representative; changes in the owners and operators9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.13Account certificate of representation9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.14Objections concerning the NOX authorized account representative9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Compliance Certification
Section 145.30Compliance certification report9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.31Department's action on compliance certifications9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
NOX Allowance Allocations
Section 145.40State Trading Program budget9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.41Timing Requirements for NOX allowance allocations9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.42NOX Allowance allocations12/11/049/29/06, 71 FR 57428Revised; SIP-effective date is 10/30/06.
Section 145.43Compliance supplement pool9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Accounting Process for Deposit Use and Transfer of Allowances
Section 145.50NOX Allowance Tracking System accounts9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.51Establishment of accounts9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.52NOX Allowance Tracking System responsibilities of NOX authorized account representative9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.53Recordation of NOX allowance allocations9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.54Compliance9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.55Banking9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.56Account error9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.57Closing of general accounts9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
NOX Allowance Transfers
Section 145.60Submission of NOX allowance transfers9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.61NOX transfer recordation9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.62Notification9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Recording and Recordkeeping Requirements
Section 145.70General monitoring requirements9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.71Initial certification and recertification procedures9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.72Out of control periods9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.73Notifications9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.74Recordkeeping and reporting9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.75Petitions9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.76Additional requirements to provide heat input data9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Opt-In Process
Section 145.80Applicability for opt-in sources9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.81Opt-in source general provisions9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.82NOX authorized account representative for opt-in sources9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.83Applying for a NOX budget opt-in approval9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.84Opt-in process9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.85NOX budget opt-in application contents9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.86Opt-in source withdrawal from NOX Budget Trading Program9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.87Opt-in unit change in regulatory status9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Section 145.88NOX allowance allocations to opt-in units9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Emission Reduction Credit Provisions
Section 145.90Emission reduction credit provisions9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Interstate Pollution Transport Reduction Requirements
Section 145.100Applicability to upwind states9/23/008/21/01, 66 FR 43795(c)(168).
Subchapter B—Emissions of NOX from Stationary Internal Combustion Engines
Section 145.111Applicability12/11/049/29/06, 71 FR 57428New Section
SIP-effective date is 10/30/06.
Section 145.112Definitions12/11/049/29/06, 71 FR 57428New Section
SIP-effective date is 10/30/06.
Section 145.113Standard requirements4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446New subsection d.
Subchapter C—Emissions of NOX from Cement Manufacturing
Section 145.141Applicability12/11/049/29/06, 71 FR 57428New Section
SIP-effective date is 10/30/06.
Section 145.142Definitions6/19/107/19/11, 76 FR 42558Added new definitions and terms.
Section 145.143Standard requirements6/19/107/19/11, 76 FR 42558Added compliance dates and allowable emissions of NOX.
Section 145.144Compliance determination6/19/107/19/11, 76 FR 42558New section.
Section 145.145Compliance demonstration and reporting requirements6/19/107/19/11, 76 FR 42558New section.
Section 145.146Recordkeeping6/19/107/19/11, 76 FR 42558New section.
Subchapter D. CAIR NOX and SO2 Trading Programs—General Provisions
Section 145.201Purpose4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
Section 145.202Definitions4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
Section 145.203Applicability4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
Section 145.204Incorporation of Federal regulations by reference4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CHAPTER 127 EMISSION REDUCTION CREDIT PROVISIONS
Section 145.205Emission reduction credit provisions4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CAIR NOX ANNUAL TRADING PROGRAM
Section 145.211Timing Requirements for CAIR NOX allowance allocations4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
Section 145.212CAIR NOX allowance allocations4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
Section 145.213Supplemental monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements for gross electrical output and useful thermal energy for units subject to 40 CFR 96.170-96.1754/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CAIR NOX OZONE SEASON TRADING PROGRAM
Section 145.221Timing requirements for CAIR NOX ozone season allowance allocations4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
Section 145.222CAIR NOX Ozone Season allowance allocations4/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
Section 145.223Supplemental monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements for gross electrical output and useful thermal energy for units subject to 40 CFR 96.370-96.3754/12/0812/10/09, 74 FR 65446
Title 67—Transportation
Part I—Department of Transportation
Subpart A—Vehicle Code Provisions
Article VII—Vehicle Characteristics
Chapter 175—Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
Subchapter A—General Provisions
Section 175.2Definitions9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411“Temporary Inspection Approval Indicator” only.
Section 175.2Definitions12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Definitions which apply to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.3Application of equipment rules12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.4Vehicles required to be inspected12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.6Annual inspection12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.7Inspection of vehicle reentering this Commonwealth12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.8Newly purchased vehicles2/19/9410/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.11Coordination of safety and emission inspection9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Subchapter B—Official Inspection Stations
Section 175.21Appointment12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.22Making application12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.23(a) and (c)Approval12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.24Required certificates and station signs12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.25(a), (b)(1), (b)(3), and (c)Inspection area12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.26(a) introductory sentence and (a)(3)Tools and equipment9/28/9610/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.27Hours12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.28
[Except for (c)(2), (g)(2), (g)(3), and (g)(5)-((9)]
Certified Inspection Mechanics12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313.Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.29(f)(4)Obligations and responsibilities of station9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 175.29Obligations and responsibilities of stations9/27/9710/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties (except for (f)(4), which applies to I/M and non-I/M programs).
Section 175.31Fleet inspection stations12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Subchapter C—Certificate of Inspection
Section 175.41(a), (b)(1), (b)(3), (c), (d), (e)(1), (e)(3), (e)(5), and (f)(4)Procedure9/27/9710/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies statewide;
To I/M program and non-I/M safety inspection program.
Section 175.42Recording inspection9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411
Section 175.43Security9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411
Section 175.44Ordering certificates of inspection9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411
Section 175.45Violation of use of certificate of inspection9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411
Subchapter D—Schedule of Penalties and Suspensions: Official Inspection Stations and Certified Mechanics
Section 175.51Cause for suspension2/19/9410/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section;
Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.52Reapplication12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section;
Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Subchapter E—Passenger Cars and Light Trucks
Section 175.61Application of subchapter12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section;
Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.72(d)Fuel systems12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section;
Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.80(d)Inspection procedure5/13/9910/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section;
Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Subchapter H—Motorcycles
Section 175.141Application of subchapter12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section;
Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Subchapter J—Motor-Driven Cycles and Motorized Pedalcycles
Section 175.171Application12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section;
Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Subchapter K—Street Rods, Specially Constructed and Reconstructed Vehicles
Section 175.201Application of subchapter12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section;
Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.202Conditions12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Section 175.220(d) [introductory sentence only]Inspection procedure5/13/9910/6/05, 70 FR 58313Applies to safety inspection program in non-I/M counties.
Subchapter L—Animal-Drawn Vehicles, Implements of Husbandry and Special Mobile Equipment
Section 175.221Application12/3/8810/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Chapter 177—Enhanced Emission Inspection Program
Subchapter A—General Provisions
Section 177.1Purpose10/1/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.2Application of equipment rules10/1/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.3Definitions11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Implementation of Emission Inspection Program
Section 177.22Commencement of inspections11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Retitled and revised.
Section 177.23Notification of requirement for emission inspection11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.24Program evaluation11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
I/M Program
Section 177.51Program requirements11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Excludes paragraphs (c)(1), (c)(2), and (c)(3), and reference to those paragraphs.
Section 177.52Emission inspection prerequisites11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.53Vehicle inspection process11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Subchapter B—Subject Vehicles
Section 177.101Subject vehicles11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.102Inspection of vehicles reentering this Commonwealth9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.103Used vehicles after sale or resale9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.104Vehicles registered in nondesignated areas or other states9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.105Vehicles requiring emission inspection due to change of address11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Subchapter C—Emission Test Procedures and Emission Standards
General
Section 177.201General requirements11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.202Emission test equipment11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.202aOBD-I/M check equipment11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section.
Section 177.202bEquipment for gas cap test and visual inspection11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section.
Section 177.203Test procedures11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.204Basis for failure11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Retitled and revised.
Recall Provisions
Section 177.231Requirements regarding manufacturer recall notices9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.232Compliance with recall notices9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.233Failure to comply9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Emission Inspection Report
Section 177.251Record of test results9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.252Emission inspection report11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Retitled and revised.
Section 177.253Responsibility of the station owner for vehicles which fail the emission inspection11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Retitled and revised.
Retest
Section 177.271Procedure11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.272Prerequisites11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.273Content of repair data form11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.274Retest fees11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.275Repair technician training and certification11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section.
Issuance of Waiver
Section 177.281Issuance of waiver11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.282Annual adjustment of minimum waiver expenditure for emission inspection11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Excludes/removes the sentence and partial sentence, “The minimum expenditure for the first 2 years after commencement of the program in an affected area is $150. Beginning with the 3rd year of the program in an affected area”.
Procedures Relating to Certificates of Emission Inspection
Section 177.291Procedures relating to certificates of emission inspection11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Retitled and revised.
Section 177.292Recording inspection11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Registration Recall Procedure for Violation of §§177.301-177.305 (Relating to On-Road Testing)
Section 177.301Authorization to conduct on-road emission testing9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.302On-road testing devices9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.304Failure of on-road emission test11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.305Failure to produce proof of correction of on-road emission test failure9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Subchapter D—Official Emission Inspection Station Requirements
General
Section 177.401Appointment11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.402Application9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.403Approval of emission inspection station9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.404Required certificates and station signs11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.405Emission inspection areas11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.406Equipment11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Retitled and revised.
Section 177.407Hours of operation11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.408Certified emission inspectors11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Obligations and Responsibilities of Station Owners/Agents
Section 177.421Obligations and responsibilities of station owners/agents11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.422Commonwealth emission inspection stations11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Retitled and revised.
Section 177.423Fleet emission inspection stations11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Retitled and revised.
Section 177.424General emission inspection stations11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.425Security11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.426Ordering certificates of emission inspection9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.427Violations of use of certificate of emission inspection9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Quality Assurance
Section 177.431Quality assurance11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Subchapter E—Equipment Manufacturers' and Contractors' Requirements and Obligations
Equipment Manufacturers' Requirements
Section 177.501Equipment approval procedures11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.502Service commitment11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.503Performance commitment11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.504Revocation of approval9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Contractor Obligations
Section 177.521Contractor obligations and responsibilities11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Subchapter F—Schedule of Penalties and Hearing Procedure
Schedule of Penalties and Suspensions
Section 177.601Definitions11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313New section.
Section 177.602Schedule of penalties for emission inspection stations11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.603Schedule of penalties for emission inspectors11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Additional Violations
Section 177.605Subsequent violations11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Section 177.606Multiple violations9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Departmental Hearing Procedure
Section 177.651Notice of alleged violation and opportunity to be heard prior to immediate suspension11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Retitled and revised.
Section 177.652Official documents9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Restoration After Suspension
Section 177.671Restoration of certification of an emission inspector after suspension9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.672Restoration of certification of an emission inspection station after suspension9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Section 177.673Restoration of certification of certified repair technician after suspension9/27/976/17/99, 64 FR 32411(c)(139).
Registration Recall Procedure for Violation of §§177.301-177.305 (Relating Toon-Road Resting)
Section 177.691Registration Recall Committee11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313
Appendix AAcceleration Simulation Mode: Pennsylvania Procedures, Standards, Equipment Specifications and Quality Control Requirements11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Replaces previous Appendix A.
Appendix BDepartment Procedures and Specifications11/22/0310/6/05, 70 FR 58313Replaces previous Appendix B.
Title 35 Pennsylvania Statute—Health and Safety
Chapter 23B—Diesel-Powered Motor Vehicle Idling Act
Section 4601Short title2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4602Definitions2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4603Restrictions on idling2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4604Increase of weight limit2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4605Penalties2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4606Disposition of fines2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4607Enforcement2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4608Permanent idling restriction signs2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4609Preemption2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4610Applicability2/6/098/1/11, 76 FR 45708

(2) EPA-Approved Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) Regulations

Article XX or XXI citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateAdditional explanation/
§52.2063 citation
Part A—General
2101.01Short Titles10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935In SIP at 52.2020(c)(92); citation change only at (c)(192).
2101.02.a, .02.cDeclaration of Policy and Purpose10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2101.03Effective Date and Repealer10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935In SIP at (c)(92); citation change only at (c)(192).
2101.04Existing Orders10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2101.05Existing Permits and Licenses3/31/988/30/04, 69 FR 5283152.2420(c)(209).
2101.06Construction and Interpretation10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2101.07 (Except paragraphs .07.c.2 and c.8)Administration and Organization10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2101.10Ambient Air Quality Standards (Except: PM10—County & Free silica portion; Pb (1-hr & 8-hr avg.); settled particulates, beryllium, sulfates, fluorides, and hydrogen sulfide)5/24/101/2/14, 79 FR 54Addition of PM2.5 standards.
2101.11Prohibition of Air Pollution10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2101.12Interstate Air Pollution10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2101.13Nuisances10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2101.14Circumvention10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2101.20Definitions10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192); See Part I of the IBR document.
2101.20Definitions related to gasoline volatility5/15/98, 9/1/994/17/01, 66 FR 19724(c)(151); See Part I of the IBR document.
2101.20Definitions7/10/036/24/05, 70 FR 36511See Part II of the IBR document.
2101.20Definitions5/24/1012/28/10, 75 FR 81555Addition of four new definitions: Exterior panels, interior panels, flat wood panel coating, and tileboard. See Part III of the IBR document.
2101.20Definitions5/24/101/2/14, 79 FRAddition of “PM-2.5” definition.
Part B—Permits Generally
2102.01Certification10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2102.02Applicability10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2102.03.a through .kPermits Generally10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2102.04Installation Permits10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2102.05Installation Permits for New and Modified Major Sources10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2102.06Major Sources Locating in or Impacting a Nonattainment Area7/10/056/10/11, 76 FR 34000Addition of new paragraph 2102.06.g.
2102.07Prevention of Significant Deterioration3/31/982/28/13, 78 FR 13493Added.
2102.08Emission Offset Registration10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2102.10Installation Permit Application and Administration Fees10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
Part C—Operating Permits
2103.01Transition10/20/958/30/04, 69 FR 52831(c)(209).
Subpart 1—Operating Permits (All Major and Minor Permits)
2103.10.a., bApplicability, Prohibitions, Records10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2103.11Applications10/20/958/30/04, 69 FR 52831(c)(209).
2103.12Issuance, Standard Conditions3/31/988/30/04, 69 FR 52831(c)(209).
2103.13Expiration, Renewals, Reactivation10/20/958/30/04, 69 FR 52831(c)(209).
2103.14Revisions, Amendments, Modifications1/12/018/30/04, 69 FR 52831(c)(209).
2103.15Reopenings, Revocations10/20/958/30/04, 69 FR 52831(c)(209).
Subpart 2—Additional Requirements for Major Permits
2103.20.b.4Applicability, Prohibitions, Records10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
Part D—Pollutant Emission Standards
2104.01Visible Emissions10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2104.02Particulate Mass Emissions8/15/976/12/98, 63 FR 32126(c)(133)(i)(B)(1); Citation changes approved on 11/12/02 (67 FR 68935) at (c)(192).
2104.03Sulfur Oxide Emissions7/10/037/21/04, 69 FR 43522(c)(216)(i)(C).
2104.05Materials Handling10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2104.06Violations10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2104.07Stack Heights10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
Part E—Source Emission and Operating Standards
2105.01Equivalent Compliance Techniques7/10/036/24/05, 70 FR 36511
2105.02Other Requirements Not Affected10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.03Operation and Maintenance10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.04Temporary Shutdown of Incineration Equipment10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.06Major Sources of Nitrogen Oxides and Volatile Organic Compounds10/20/9510/7/02, 67 FR 62389(c)(157).
Subpart 1—VOC Sources
2105.10Surface Coating Processes5/24/1012/28/10, 75 FR 81480Revision to Applicability, section 2105.10(a).
2105.11Graphic Arts Systems10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.12Volatile Organic Compound Storage Tanks10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.13Gasoline Loading Facilities10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.14Gasoline Dispensing Facilities—Stage II Control7/10/051/17/08, 73 FR 3190
2105.15Degreasing Operations10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.16Cutback Asphalt Paving10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.17Ethylene Production Processes10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.19Synthetic Organic Chemical & Polymer Manufacturing—Fugitive Sources10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
Subpart 2—Stag, Coke, and Miscellaneous Sulfur Sources
2105.20Slag Quenching10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.21Coke Ovens and Coke Oven Gas4/1/077/13/09, 74 FR 33329Revision to paragraph 2105.21.f (Combustion Stacks).
      2. EPA approved revisions effective 10/20/95 on 11/14/02 (67 FR 68935) at (c)(192).
2105.22Miscellaneous Sulfur Emitting Processes10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
Subpart 3—Incineration and Combustion Sources
2105.30 (except paragraphs .b.3 and .f)Incinerators10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192); Section 2105.30.f. is federally enforceable as part of the applicable section 111(d) plan.
Subpart 4—Miscellaneous Fugitive Sources
2105.40Permit Source Premises10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.41Non-Permit Premises10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.42Parking Lots and Roadways10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.43Permit Source Transport10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.44Non-Permit Source Transport10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.45Construction and Land Clearing10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.46Mining10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.47Demolition10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.48Areas Subject to Sections 2105.40 Through 2105.4710/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.49.a, .bFugitive Emissions10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
Subpart 5—Open Burning and Abrasive Blasting Sources
2105.50 (except paragraph .50.d)Open Burning10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
Article XX, Section 533Abrasive Blasting10/9/8610/19/87, 51 FR 38758(c)(69).
Subpart 7—Miscellaneous VOC Sources
2105.70Petroleum Refineries10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.71Pharmaceutical Products10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.72Manufacturer of Pneumatic Rubber Tires10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2105.74Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework7/10/036/24/05, 70 FR 36511
2105.75Mobile Equipment Repair and Refinishing7/10/036/24/05, 70 FR 36511
2105.76Wood Furniture Manufacturing Operations7/10/036/24/05, 70 FR 36511
2105.77Control of VOC Emissions from Large Appliance and Metal Furniture Surface Coating Processes5/24/1012/28/10, 75 FR 81480New Regulation.
2105.78Control of VOC Emissions from Flat Wood Paneling Coating Processes5/24/1012/28/10, 75 FR 81480New Regulation.
2105.79Control of VOC Emissions from Paper, Film, and Foil Surface Coating Processes5/24/1012/28/10, 75 FR 81480New Regulation.
Subpart 8—Additional Miscellaneous VOC Sources
2105.88Consumer Products4/3/12>11/29/12, 77 FR 71115New section is added.
Subpart 9—Transportation Related Sources
2105.90Gasoline Volatility5/15/98
9/1/99
4/17/01, 66 FR 19724(c)(151).
Subpart 10—NOX Sources
2105.101Control of NOX Emissions from Glass Melting Furnaces4/3/1211/29/12, 77 FR 71117New subpart and section are added.
Part F—Air Pollution Episodes
2106.01Air Pollution Episode System10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2106.02Air Pollution Source Curtailment Plans10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2106.03Episode Criteria10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2106.04Episode Actions10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2106.05USX-Clairton Works PM-10 Self Audit Emergency Action Plan8/15/976/12/98, 63 FR 32126(c)(133)(i)(B)(3).
Part G—Methods
2107.01General10/20/951/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2107.02Particulate Matter10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2107.03Sulfur Oxides10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2107.04 (except paragraph .04.h)Volatile Organic Compounds10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2107.05Nitrogen Oxides10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2107.06Incinerator Temperatures10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2107.07Coke Oven Emissions10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2107.08Coke Oven Gas10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2107.10Sulfur Content of Coke10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2107.11Visible Emissions4/1/077/13/09, 74 FR 3329
2107.15Gasoline Volatility and RFG5/15/984/17/01, 66 FR 19724(c)(151).
2107.20.c, .g through .j, .m and .nAmbient Measurements10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
Part H—Reporting, Testing & Monitoring
2108.01Reports Required10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2108.01.a.Termination of Operation10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2108.01.bShutdown of Control Equipment10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2108.01.cBreakdowns10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2108.01.d.Cold Start10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2108.01.e (Except paragraphs e.1.A &.B)Emissions Inventory Statements10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2108.01.fOrders10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2108.01.gViolations10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2108.02Emissions Testing10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2108.03Continuous Emission Monitoring4/1/077/13/09, 74 FR 3329Revision to paragraph 2108.03.f (Violations).
2108.04Ambient Monitoring10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
Part I—Enforcement
2109.01Inspections10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2109.02 (except paragraph.02.a.7)Remedies10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2109.03a. (introductory sentence), b. through fEnforcement Orders10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2109.04Orders Establishing an Additional or More Restrictive Standard10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2109.05Emergency Orders10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2109.06 (Except paragraphs .06.a.2, .a.3, and .a.4)Civil Proceedings10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2109.10Appeals10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).
2109.20General Federal Conformity10/20/9511/14/02, 67 FR 68935(c)(192).

(3) EPA-Approved Philadelphia AMS Regulations

Rule citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateAdditional explanation/
§52.2063 citation
Title 3—Air Management Code
Chapter 3-100General Provisions10/20/695/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Chapter 3-200 (Except §3-207(4))Prohibited Conduct10/4/766/4/79, 44 FR 31980(c)(18).
Chapter 3-300Administrative Provisions9/21/723/12/79, 44 FR 13480(c)(15).
Regulation I—General Provisions
Section IDefinitions4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section II (Except portions of paragraph II.B)Source Registration and Emission Reporting5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section IIITesting and Test Methods4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IVAvailability of Technology4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VImprovement and Plan4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VIPre-existing Regulations4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VIICircumvention4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VIIISeverability4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IXEffective Date4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section XI.DCompliance with Federal Regulations—Stack Height Regulations3/27/861/23/89, 54 FR 3029(c)(70).
Regulation II—Air Contaminant and Particulate Matter Emissions
Section INo Title [General Provisions]4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IIOpen Fires4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IVVisible Emissions5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section VParticulate Matter Emissions from the Burning of Fuels8/27/814/16/82, 47 FR 16325(c)(43).
Section VISelection of Fuel for Particulate Matter Emission Control4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VIIParticulate Matter Emissions from Chemical, Metallurgical, Mechanical and Other Processes4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VIIIFugitive Dust4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Table 1No Title [Allowable Process Weight Emissions]4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Regulation III—The Control of Emissions of Oxides and Sulfur Compounds
Section INo Title [General Provisions]4/29/705/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IIControl of Emission of Sulfur Compounds5/10/809/17/81, 46 FR 46133(c)(37).
Section IIIControl of Sulfur in Fuels8/27/814/16/82, 47 FR 16325(c)(43).
Regulation IV—Governing Air Pollution Control Measures During High Air Pollution Episodes
Section IDefinitions2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IIDeclaration of Conditions2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IIITermination of Conditions2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IVAlert and Notification System by the Health Commissioner and the Emergency Coordinator2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VAdvance Preparation for High Air Pollution Episodes2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1)
Section VIActions and Restrictions2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VIISeverability2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VIIIEffective Date2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Table IMinimum Abatement Strategies for Emission Reduction Plans—Stage I Condition2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Table IIMinimum Abatement Strategies for Emission Reduction Plans—Stage II Condition2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Table IIIMinimum Abatement Strategies for Emission Reduction Plans—Emergency Condition2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Table IVEmergency Business and Establishment List2/5/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Regulation V—Control of Emissions of Organic Substances From Stationary Sources
Section I (Except for definitions related to paragraphs V.C.& V.D.)Definitions11/28/866/16/93, 58 FR 33200(c)(83).
Section IDefinitions5/23/884/6/93, 48 FR 17778(c)(78).
Section IIStorage Tanks7/10/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IIIOil-Effluent Water Separator7/10/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IVPumps and Compressors7/10/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section V (Except paragraphs V.C and V.D)Organic Material Loading7/10/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VISolvents7/10/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VIIProcessing of Photochemically Reactive Materials7/10/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section VIIIArchitectural Coatings7/10/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section IXDisposal of Solvents7/10/715/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section XCompliance with Pennsylvania Standards for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)11/28/866/16/93, 58 FR 33192(c)(82).
Section XIPetroleum Solvent Dry Cleaning11/28/864/12/93, 58 FR 19066(c)(77).
Section XIIPharmaceutical Tablet Coating11/28/866/16/93, 58 FR 33200(c)(83).
Section XIIIProcess Equipment Leaks5/23/984/6/93, 58 FR 17778(c)(78).
Section XXIICircumvention7/10/71 recodified
5/23/88
5/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section XXIIISeverability7/10/71 recodified
5/23/88
5/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Section XXIVEffective Date7/10/71 recodified
5/23/88
5/31/72, 37 FR 10842(c)(1).
Regulation VII—Control of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides From Stationary Sources
Section IDefinitions7/1/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section IIFuel Burning Equipment11/20/851/14/87, 52 FR 1456(c)(65).
Section IIINitric Acid Plants7/1/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section IVEmissions Monitoring7/1/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section VCircumvention7/1/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section VISeverability7/1/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section VIIEffective Date7/1/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Regulation VIII—Control of Emissions of Carbon Monoxide From Stationary Sources
Section IDefinitions8/20/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section IIGeneral8/20/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section IIIEmissions Monitoring8/20/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section IVCircumvention8/20/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section VSeverability8/20/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Section VIEffective Date8/20/725/14/73, 38 FR 12696(c)(7).
Regulation XI—Control of Emissions From Incinerators
Section IDefinitions5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section IIGeneral Provisions5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section III (Except paragraph III.E. (odors))Emissions Limitations5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section IVDesign5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section VOperation5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section VIPermits and Licenses5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section VIICircumvention5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section VIIISeverability5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Section IXEffective Date5/4/749/9/75, 40 FR 41787(c)(12).
Regulation XIII—Construction, Modification, Reactivation and Operation of Sources
Section IIntroduction10/30/953/28/03, 68 FR 15059(c)(203).
Section IIProgram Adoption10/30/953/28/03, 68 FR 15059(c)(203).

(d) EPA-Approved State Source-Specific Requirements

(1) EPA-Approved Source-Specific Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) Requirements for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX)

Name of sourcePermit No.CountyState
effective date
EPA approval dateAdditional explanation/
§52.2063 citation
For exceptions, see the applicable paragraphs in 40 CFR §52.2063(c)
ARCO Chemical Company04-313-052Beaver12/9/865/16/90, 55 FR 20267(c)(71).
IMC Chemical Group39-313-014Lehigh12/10/865/16/90, 55 FR 20267(c)(72).
Aristech Chemical Corp86-I-0024-PAllegheny8/28/86
3/3/87
6/16/93, 58 FR 33197(c)(80).
The Knoll Group46-326-001AMontgomery3/24/9310/19/93, 58 FR 53885(c)(87).
ESSROC MaterialsPA-48-0004ANorthampton12/20/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(1).
Pennsylvania Power and Light Co. (PP&L)—Brunner IslandPA-67-2005York12/22/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(2).
PPG Industries, Inc.—South MiddletonOP-21-2002Cumberland12/22/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(3).
Stroehmann Bakeries—Dauphin CountyPA-22-2003Dauphin12/22/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(4).
General Electric Transportation Systems—ErieOP-25-025Erie12/21/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(5).
J. E. Baker Co. (Refractories)—YorkOP-67-2001York12/22/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(6).
Lafarge CorpOP-39-0011Lehigh12/23/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(7).
Lafarge CorpPA-39-0011ALehigh12/23/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(7).
West Penn Power—ArmstrongPA-03-000-023Armstrong12/29/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(8).
West Penn Power—ArmstrongPA-03-306-004Armstrong3/28/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(8).
West Penn Power—ArmstrongPA-03-306-006Armstrong11/22/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(8).
Plain and Fancy Kitchens, IncPA-38-318-019CLebanon12/23/9408/08/95, 60 FR 40292(c)(98)(i)(B)(9).
Stroehmann Bakeries—Bradford CountyPA-08-0001Bradford2/9/9508/10/95, 60 FR 40758(c)(101)(i)(B).
Stroehmann Bakeries—Bradford CountyOP-08-0001ABradford2/9/9508/10/95, 60 FR 40758(c)(101)(i)(B).
Stroehmann Bakeries—Lycoming CountyPA-41-0001Lycoming2/9/9508/10/95, 60 FR 40758(c)(101)(i)(B).
Stroehmann Bakeries—Lycoming CountyOP-41-0001ALycoming2/9/9508/10/95, 60 FR 40758(c)(101)(i)(B).
Philadelphia Electric Co. (PECO)—EddystoneOP-23-0017Delaware12/28/9409/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(1).
Philadelphia Electric Co. (PECO)—EddystonePA-23-0017Delaware12/28/9409/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(1).
Gilberton Power Co.—John Rich MemorialOP-54-0004Schuylkill12/20/9409/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(2).
Bethlehem Steel—Coke and Chemical ProductionOP-48-0013Northampton12/20/9409/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(3).
Bethlehem Steel—FoundryOP-48-0014Northampton12/20/9409/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(3).
Bethlehem Steel—Structural ProductsOP-48-0010Northampton12/20/9409/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(3).
Bethlehem Steel—ForgingOP-48-0015Northampton12/20/9409/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(3).
Westwood Energy Properties, Inc. (CRS Sirrine, Inc.)OP-54-000-6Schuylkill12/27/9409/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(4).
PECO Energy Co.—Front StreetOP-46-0045Montgomery3/31/9509/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(5).
Crawford Furniture Manufacturing Corp.—Clarion CountyOP-16-021Clarion3/27/9509/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(6).
Schuylkill Energy ResourcesOP-54-0003Schuylkill5/19/9509/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(7).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—Milford Compressor StationOP-52-0001Pike4/21/9509/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(9).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.—Entriken Compressor StationOP-31-2003Huntingdon5/16/9509/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(10).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—Greencastle Compressor StationOP-28-2003Franklin4/21/9509/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(11).
Lord Corporation—Aerospace DivOP-25-095Erie3/30/9509/08/95, 60 FR 46768(c)(102)(i)(B)(12).
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co. (TENNECO)—Station 313PA-53-0001
OP-53-0001
CP-53-0001
Potter11/27/9504/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(1).
Corning Asahi Video Products—State CollegeOP-14-0003Centre12/27/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(2).
Corning Asahi Video Products—State CollegeOP-14-309-009CCentre5/5/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(2).
Corning Asahi Video Products—State CollegeOP-14-309-010ACentre8/18/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(2).
Corning Asahi Video Products—State CollegeOP-14-309-037ACentre5/5/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(2).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—Easton Compressor StationOP-48-0001
PA-48-0001A
Northampton5/19/9504/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(3).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.—Bedford Compressor StationOP-05-2007Bedford5/16/9504/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(4).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.—Marietta Compressor StationPA-36-2025Lancaster5/16/9504/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(5).
Hercules Cement CoOP-48-0005
PA-48-0005A
Northampton12/23/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(6).
ESSROC (formerly Lone Star Industries, Inc.)OP-48-0007Northampton12/29/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(7).
Pennsylvania Power and Light Co. (PP&L)—MontourOP-47-0001
PA-47-0001A
Montour12/27/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(8).
Pennsylvania Electric Co. (PENELEC)—ShawvillePA-17-0001Clearfield12/27/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(9).
Zinc Corp. of America—Potter TwpOP-04-000-044Beaver12/29/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(10).
The Proctor and Gamble Paper Products Company MehoopanyOP-66-0001
PA-66-0001A
Wyoming12/20/9404/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(11).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—Union City Compressor StationOP-25-892Erie4/11/9504/09/96, 61 FR 15709(c)(103)(i)(B)(12).
James River Corp.—ChambersburgOP-28-2006Franklin6/14/9502/12/96, 61 FR 05303(c)(104)(i)(C)(1).
Appleton Papers, Inc.—HarrisburgOP-21-2004Cumberland5/24/9502/12/96, 61 FR 05303(c)(104)(i)(C)(2).
Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.—Corporate R & DOP-39-0008Lehigh5/25/9502/12/96, 61 FR 05303(c)(104)(i)(C)(3).
Elf Atochem North America, Inc.—King of PrussiaOP-46-0022Montgomery6/27/9502/12/96, 61 FR 05303(c)(104)(i)(C)(4).
York City Sewer Authority (Wastewater Treatment Plant)OP-67-2013York3/1/9502/12/96, 61 FR 05303(c)(104)(i)(C)(5).
Glasgow, Inc.—Ivy RockOP-46-0043Montgomery6/7/9502/12/96, 61 FR 05303(c)(104)(i)(C)(6).
Glasgow, Inc.—Spring HouseOP-46-0029Montgomery6/7/9502/12/96, 61 FR 05303(c)(104)(i)(C)(7).
Glasgow, Inc.—CatanachOP-15-0021Chester6/7/9502/12/96, 61 FR 05303(c)(104)(i)(C)(8).
Glasgow, Inc.—FreebornOP-23-0026Delaware6/7/9502/12/96, 61 FR 05303(c)(104)(i)(C)(9).
UGI Utilities—Hunlock CreekOP-40-0005
PA-40-0005A
Luzerne12/20/9405/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(1).
Solar Turbines, Inc. (York Cogeneration Facility)PA-67-2009York8/17/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(2).
Solar Turbines, Inc. (York Cogeneration Facility)CP-67-2009York8/17/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(2).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—Renovo Compressor StationOP-18-0001
PA-18-0001
Clinton7/18/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(3).
National Fuel Gas Supply Corp.—East Fork Compressor StationOP-53-0007
PA-53-0007A
Potter7/17/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(4).
York County Solid Waste & Refuse Authority (Y.C.R.R.C.)PA-67-2006York8/25/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(5).
W. R. Grace and Co.—FORMPAC DivPA-06-1036Berks5/12/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(6).
W. R. Grace and Co.—Reading PlantPA-06-315-001Berks6/4/9205/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(6).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Cherry Tree StaPA-32-000-303Indiana7/5/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(7).
EPC Power Corp. of Bethlehem (Crozer Chester CoGen)OP-23-0007Delaware6/8/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(8).
C-P Converters, Inc.—YorkOP-67-2030York8/30/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(9).
Fisher Scientific Co. International—IndianaOP-32-000-100Indiana7/18/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(10).
Adelphi Kitchens, Inc.—Robesonia FactoryOP-06-1001Berks4/4/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(11).
Birchcraft Kitchens, Inc.—Reading FactoryOP-06-1005Berks4/4/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(12).
Glasgow, Inc.—Bridgeport Asphalt PlantOP-46-0044Montgomery6/7/9505/16/96, 61 FR 24706(c)(108)(i)(B)(13).
Caparo Steel Co.—FarrellOP-43-285Mercer11/3/9512/20/96, 61 FR 67229(c)(113)(i)(B)(1); 52.2037(g).
Sharon Steel Corp.—FarrellOP-43-017Mercer11/3/9512/20/96, 61 FR 67229(c)(113)(i)(B)(2); 52.2036(f); 52.2037(e).
DMi Furniture, Inc.—Timely Plant #7 (Gettysburg)OP-01-2001Adams6/13/9503/12/97, 62 FR 11079(c)(114)(i)(B)(1).
R. R. Donnelley and Sons Co.—Lancaster West PlantOP-36-2026Lancaster7/14/9503/12/97, 62 FR 11079(c)(114)(i)(B)(2).
International Paper Company—Hammermill Papers DivisionOP-18-0005Clinton12/27/9401/29/97, 62 FR 04167(c)(115)(i)(B).
Lucent Technology (formerly AT&T Corp.)—ReadingPA-06-1003Berks6/26/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19051(c)(117)(i)(B)(1).
Garden State Tanning, Inc.—Fleetwood PlantPA-06-1014Berks6/21/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19051(c)(117)(i)(B)(2).
Glidden Co., The—ReadingOP-06-1035Berks2/15/9604/18/97, 62 FR 19051(c)(117)(i)(B)(3).
Maier's Bakery—Reading PlantPA-06-1023Berks9/20/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19047(c)(118)(i)(B)(1).
Morgan Corp.—Morgantown PlantOP-06-1025Berks8/31/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19047(c)(118)(i)(B)(2).
Allentown Cement Co., Inc.—Evansville PlantPA-06-1002Berks10/11/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19047(c)(118)(i)(B)(3).
Quaker Maid (Schrock Cabinet Group)—LeesportOP-06-1028Berks10/27/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19047(c)(118)(i)(B)(4).
Brentwood Industries, Inc.—Reading PlantPA-06-1006Berks2/12/9604/18/97, 62 FR 19047(c)(118)(i)(B)(5).
Metropolitan Edison Co. (MetEd)—Titus StationPA-06-1024Berks3/9/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19047(c)(118)(i)(B)(6).
ICI Fluoropolymers—DowningtownPA-15-0009
CP-15-0009
Chester10/3/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19047(c)(118)(i)(B)(7).
Synthetic Thread Co., Inc.—BethlehemPA-39-0007ALehigh8/10/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19047(c)(118)(i)(B)(8).
Bird-in-Hand Woodwork, Inc. (Childcraft Education Corp.)OP-36-2022Lancaster9/27/9504/18/97, 62 FR 19047(c)(118)(i)(B)(9).
Heinz Pet Products—BloomsburgOP-19-0003Columbia11/27/9508/21/97, 62 FR 44413(c)(119)(i)(B)(1).
Graco Children's Products, Inc.—ElversonOP-15-0006Chester11/30/9508/21/97, 62 FR 44413(c)(119)(i)(B)(2).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.—BernvilleOP-06-1033Berks1/31/9704/18/97, 62 FR 19049(c)(120)(i)(B)(1).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.—BechtelsvilleOP-06-1034Berks1/31/9704/18/97, 62 FR 19049(c)(120)(i)(B)(2).
Carpenter Technology Corp.—Reading PlantOP-06-1007Berks9/27/9604/18/97, 62 FR 19049(c)(120)(i)(B)(3), (ii)(B).
North American Fluoropolymers Co. (NAFCO)06-1026, CP-06-1026Berks4/19/95
6/1/95
04/18/97, 62 FR 19049(c)(120)(i)(B)(4), (ii)(B).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Ellisburg Compressor StationPA-53-0004APotter2/29/9606/11/97, 62 FR 31732(c)(121)(i)(B)(1).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Ellisburg Compressor StationOP-53-0004Potter2/29/9606/11/97, 62 FR 31732(c)(121)(i)(B)(1).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Ellisburg Compressor StationCP-53-0004APotter2/29/9606/11/97, 62 FR 31732(c)(121)(i)(B)(1).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Greenlick Compressor StationPA-53-0003APotter12/18/9506/11/97, 62 FR 31732(c)(121)(i)(B)(2).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Greenlick StationCP-53-0003APotter12/18/9506/11/97, 62 FR 31732(c)(121)(i)(B)(2).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Greenlick Compressor StationOP-53-0003Potter2/18/9506/11/97, 62 FR 31732(c)(121)(i)(B)(2).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Crayne Station30-000-089Greene2/22/9506/11/97, 62 FR 31732(c)(121)(i)(B)(3).
CNG Transmission Corp.—State Line StationOP-53-0008Potter1/10/9606/11/97, 62 FR 31732(c)(121)(i)(B)(4).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Big Run StationPA-33-147Jefferson6/27/9506/11/97, 62 FR 31732(c)(121)(i)(B)(5).
Medusa Cement CompanyOP-37-013Lawrence7/27/9506/03/97, 62 FR 30250(c)(122)(i)(B)(1).
Keystone Cement CoOP-48-0003Northampton5/25/9506/03/97, 62 FR 30250(c)(122)(i)(B)(2).
Lehigh Portland Cement CompanyOP-67-2024York5/26/9506/03/97, 62 FR 30250(c)(122)(i)(B)(3).
Mercer Lime and Stone CompanyOP-10-023Butler5/31/9506/03/97, 62 FR 30250(c)(122)(i)(B)(4).
Con-Lime, IncOP-14-0001Centre6/30/9506/03/97, 62 FR 30250(c)(122)(i)(B)(5).
Pennzoil Products Co.—RousevillePA-61-016Venango9/8/9506/11/97, 62 FR 31738(c)(124)(i)(B).
R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co.—Lancaster East PlantOP-36-2027Lancaster7/14/9507/21/97, 62 FR 33891(c)(125)(i)(B); 52.2036j.
Panther Creek PartnersOP-13-0003Carbon12/2/9609/29/97, 62 FR 50871(c)(128)(i)(B).
Allegro Microsystems, W.G., Inc.—Willow GroveOP-46-0006Montgomery12/19/9703/09/98, 63 FR 11370(c)(130)(i)(B)(1).
Hale Products, Inc.—ConshohockenOP-46-0057Montgomery11/21/9703/09/98, 63 FR 11370(c)(130)(i)(B)(2).
Con-Lime, Inc.—BellefonteOP-14-0001Centre1/7/9803/09/98, 63 FR 11370(c)(130)(i)(B)(3).
Coastal Aluminum Rolling Mills, Inc.—WilliamsportOP-41-0007Lycoming11/21/9703/09/98, 63 FR 11370(c)(130)(i)(B)(4).
ABP/International Envelope CoOP-15-0023Chester11/2/9503/09/98, 63 FR 11370(c)(130)(i)(B)(5).
Brown Printing CompanyCP-46-0018Montgomery9/26/96
10/27/97
03/09/98, 63 FR 11370(c)(130)(i)(B)(6).
Fibre-Metal Products CompanyOP-23-0025Delaware2/20/9806/29/98, 63 FR 35145(c)(132)(i)(B)(1).
Finnaren & Haley, IncOP-46-0070Montgomery3/5/9806/29/98, 63 FR 35145(c)(132)(i)(B)(2).
Fres-co System USA, IncOP-09-0027Bucks3/5/9806/29/98, 63 FR 35145(c)(132)(i)(B)(3).
Graphic Packaging CorporationOP-15-0013Chester2/28/9806/29/98, 63 FR 35145(c)(132)(i)(B)(4).
Montour Oil Service Company, a division of Sun Company, IncOP-41-0013Lycoming3/19/9806/29/98, 63 FR 35145(c)(132)(i)(B)(5).
Atlantic Refining and Marketing Corp. (Sun Co., Inc. (R&M))OP-49-0015Northampton3/19/9806/29/98, 63 FR 35145(c)(132)(i)(B)(6).
Transwall CorporationOP-15-0025Chester3/10/9806/29/98, 63 FR 35145(c)(132)(i)(B)(7).
Tavo Packaging (formerly Mead Packaging Company)OP-09-0008Bucks11/8/9506/29/98, 63 FR 35145(c)(132)(i)(B)(8).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Harrison Compressor StationPA-53-0005APotter4/16/9610/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(1).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Harrison Compressor StationOP-53-0005Potter4/16/9610/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(1).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Harrison StationCP-53-0005APotter4/16/9610/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(1).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Leidy StationPA-18-0004AClinton3/25/9610/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(2).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Leidy Compressor StationOP-18-0004Clinton2/29/9610/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(2).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Leidy StationCP-18-0004AClinton3/25/9610/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(2).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Sabinsville Compressor StationPA-59-0002ATioga12/18/9510/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(3).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Sabinsville Compressor StationOP-59-0002Tioga12/18/9510/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(3).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Sabinsville StationCP-59-0002ATioga12/18/9510/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(3).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Tioga StationOP-59-0006Tioga1/16/9610/08/98, 63 FR 54050(c)(134)(i)(B)(4).
Eldorado Properties Corp.—Northumberland TerminalOP-49-0016Northumberland5/1/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(1).
Endura Products, IncOP-09-0028Bucks5/13/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(2).
Ford Electronics & Refrigeration CompanyOP-46-0036Montgomery4/30/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(3).
H & N Packaging, Inc. (formerly Paramount Packaging Corp.)OP-09-0038Bucks6/8/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(4).
Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority36-02013Lancaster6/3/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(5).
Monsey Products Co.—KimbertonOP-15-0031Chester6/4/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(6).
Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical—Spring HouseOP-46-0027Montgomery6/4/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(7).
Piccari Press, IncOP-09-0040Bucks4/29/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(8).
Pierce and Stevens Corp.—KimbertonOP-15-0011Chester3/27/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(9).
PQ Corporation—ChesterOP-23-0016Delaware6/16/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(10).
Reynolds Metals Company DowningtonOP-15-0004Chester5/8/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(11).
Rhone-Poulenc Rorer Pharmaceutical, IncOP-46-0048BMontgomery4/2/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(12).
Superior Tube CompanyOP-46-0020Montgomery4/17/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(13).
Uniform Tubes IncOP-46-0046AMontgomery3/26/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(14).
U.S. Air Force—Willow Grove Air Reserve StationOP-46-0072Montgomery5/1/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(15).
Naval Air Station, Joint Reserve Base—Willow GroveOP-46-0079Montgomery5/4/9811/06/98, 63 FR 59884(c)(136)(i)(B)(16).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—Artemas Compressor Station05-2006Bedford4/19/9512/03/98, 63 FR 66755(c)(137)(i)B)(1).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—Donegal Compressor Station63-000-631Washington7/10/9512/03/98, 63 FR 66755(c)(137)(i)B)(2).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—Gettysburg Compressor Station01-2003Adams4/21/9512/03/98, 63 FR 66755(c)(137)(i)B)(3).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—Eagle Compressor StationOP-15-0022Chester2/1/9612/03/98, 63 FR 66755(c)(137)(i)B)(4).
Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.—DowningtownCP-15-0020Chester9/15/9512/03/98, 63 FR 66755(c)(137)(i)B)(5).
GKN Sinter Metals, IncOP-12-0002Cameron10/30/9804/16/99, 64 FR 18821(c)(138)(i)(B)(1).
Cabinet Industries, Inc.—Water Street PlantOP-47-0005Montour9/21/9804/16/99, 64 FR 18821(c)(138)(i)(B)(2).
Springs Window Fashions Division, IncOP-41-0014Lycoming9/29/9804/16/99, 64 FR 18821(c)(138)(i)(B)(3).
Centennial Printing CorpOP-46-0068Montgomery10/31/96
5/11/98
04/16/99, 64 FR 18821(c)(138)(i)(B)(4).
Strick Corp.—DanvilleOP-47-0002Montour8/28/9604/16/99, 64 FR 18821(c)(138)(i)(B)(5).
Handy and Harmon Tube Co.—NorristownOP-46-0016Montgomery9/25/9504/16/99, 64 FR 18821(c)(138)(i)(B)(6).
Boeing Defense & Space Group—Helicopters DivCP-23-0009Delaware9/3/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(1).
Delaware County Regional Authority's Western Regional Treatment Plant (DELCORA WRTP)OP-23-0032Delaware3/12/97
5/16/97
12/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(2).
Delbar Products, Inc.—PerkasieOP-09-0025Bucks2/1/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(3).
Department of Public Welfare (NSH)—NorristownOP-46-0060Montgomery1/21/9812/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(4).
Dopaco, Inc.—DowningtownCP-15-0029Chester3/6/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(5).
Garlock, Inc. (Plastomer Products)PA-09-0035Bucks3/12/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(6).
Interstate Brands Corporation (formerly, Continental Baking Company)PLID (51-) 5811Philadelphia4/10/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(7).
J. B. Slevin Company Inc.—LansdowneOP-23-0013Delaware9/3/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(8).
Laclede Steel Co.—Fairless HillsOP-09-0023Bucks7/17/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(9).
LNP Engineering Plastics, Inc.—ThorndaleOP-15-0035Chester10/31/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(10).
Lukens Steel Co.—CoatesvilleOP-15-0010Chester5/6/9912/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(11).
Nabisco Biscuit CoPLID (51-) 3201Philadelphia4/10/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(12).
PECO Energy Co.—Croydon Generating StationOP-09-0016ABucks12/20/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(13).
PECO Energy Co.—Limerick Generating StationOP-46-0038Montgomery7/25/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(14).
PECO Energy Co.—USX Fairless Works PowerhouseOP-09-0066Bucks12/31/98
4/6/99
12/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(15).
PECO Energy Co.—West Conshohocken PlantOP-46-0045AMontgomery12/4/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(16).
Pennsylvania Electric Co.—Front Street Station25-0041Erie2/25/9912/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(17).
American Inks and Coatings Corp.—Valley ForgeOP-15-0026AChester1/10/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(18).
Avery Dennison Co. (Fasson Roll Division)—QuakertownOP-09-0001ABucks10/2/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(19).
Cabot Performance Materials—BoyertownOP-46-0037Montgomery4/13/9912/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(20).
Cleveland Steel Container Corp.—QuakertownOP-09-0022Bucks9/30/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(21).
CMS Gilbreth Packaging Systems—BristolOP-09-0036Bucks1/7/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(22).
CMS Gilbreth Packaging Systems—BensalemOP-09-0037Bucks4/10/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(23).
Congoleum Corp.—Marcus HookOP-23-0021Delaware12/31/9812/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(24).
Epsilon Products Co.—Marcus HookOP-23-0012Delaware2/15/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(25).
Foamex International, Inc.—EddystoneOP-23-0006ADelaware3/30/9912/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(26).
Forms, Inc., Spectra Graphics—Willow GroveOP-46-0023Montgomery11/9/95
3/25/98
12/15/00, 65 FR78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(27).
Global Packaging, Inc. (formerly BG Packaging)—OaksOP-46-0026Montgomery8/30/96
12/24/97
12/15/00, 65 FR78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(28).
Jefferson Smurfit Corp. (Container Corp. of Amer.)—OaksOP-46-0041Montgomery4/18/9712/15/00, 65 FR78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(29).
Jefferson Smurfit Corp. (Container Corp. of Amer.)—North WalesOP-46-0062Montgomery7/15/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(30).
Lonza, Inc.—ConshohockenOP-46-0025Montgomery4/22/97
6/16/98
12/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(31).
Markel CorporationOP-46-0081Montgomery4/9/9912/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(32).
McCorquodale Security Cards, Inc.—West WhitelandOP-15-0037Chester9/3/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(33).
Mike-Rich, Inc. (MRI)—NewtownOP-09-0021Bucks12/20/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(34).
Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing (3M) Company—BristolCP-09-0005Bucks8/8/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(35).
MM Biogas Power LLC (formerly O'Brien Environmental Energy, Inc.)CP-46-0067Montgomery10/31/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(36).
Norwood Industries, Inc.—FrazerOP-15-0014AChester12/20/96
12/2/99
12/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(37).
NVF CompanyOP-15-0030Chester4/13/9912/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(38).
Occidental Chemical Corp. (Vinyls Div.)—PottstownOP-46-0015Montgomery11/7/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(39).
Philadelphia Newspapers, Inc. (Schuylkill Printing Plant)OP-46-0012Montgomery8/30/96
3/15/00
12/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(40).
The Proctor and Gamble Paper Products CoOP-66-0001Wyoming4/4/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(41).
Quebecor Printing Atglen, Inc.—AtglenOP-15-0002Chester12/10/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(42).
Sartomer Company, IncOP-15-0015Chester1/17/96
3/25/98
12/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(43).
Silberline Manufacturing CoOP-54-0041Schuylkill4/19/9912/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(44).
SmithKline Beecham Research Co. (formerly Sterling Winthrop, Inc.)OP-46-0031Montgomery10/31/97
5/1/98
12/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(45).
Sullivan Graphics, Inc.—YorkOP-67-2023York8/22/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(46).
Sun Company, Inc (R&M) (formerly Chevron USA)—TinicumOP-23-0010Delaware10/31/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(47).
Sun Company, Inc (R&M) (formerly Chevron USA)—DarbyOP-23-0011Delaware10/31/9612/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(48).
Universal Packaging CorporationOP-46-0156Montgomery4/8/9912/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(49).
Zenith Products Corp.—AstonOP-23-0008Delaware4/7/9712/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(50).
Budd CompanyPLID 51-1564Philadelphia12/28/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(51).
Bellevue Cogeneration PlantPLID (51-) 6513Philadelphia4/10/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(52).
MSC Pre-Finish Metals, Inc.—MorrisvilleOP-09-0030Bucks11/7/96
3/31/98
12/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(53).
Temple University, Health Sciences CenterPLID (51-) 8906Philadelphia5/27/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(54).
TRIGEN—Schuylkill StationPLID (51-) 4942Philadelphia5/29/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(55).
TRIGEN—Edison StationPLID (51-) 4902Philadelphia5/29/9512/15/00, 65 FR 78418(c)(143)(i)(B)(56).
Advanced Glassfiber Yarns LLC (formerly Owens Corning)—HuntingdonOP-31-02002Huntingdon4/13/9908/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(1).
Armstrong World Industries, Inc.—Beech CreekOP-18-0002Clinton7/6/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(2).
Bemis Company, Film DivisionOP-40-0007ALuzerne10/10/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(3).
Brentwood Industries, IncPA-06-1006ABerks6/3/9908/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(4).
Certainteed Corp.—MountaintopOP-40-0010Luzerne5/31/9608/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(5).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Ardell StationOP-24-120Elk9/30/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(6).
CNG Transmission Corp.—Finnefrock StationPA-18-0003AClinton2/29/9608/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(7).
Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company—Bailey Prep PlantOP-30-000-072Greene3/23/9908/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(8).
Consolidated Rail Corp. (CONRAIL)—Hollidaysburg Car ShopOP-07-2002Blair8/29/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(9).
Consolidated Rail Corp. (CONRAIL)—JuniataOP-07-2003Blair8/29/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(10).
Containment Solutions, Inc. (formerly called Fluid Containment—Mt. Union)OP-31-02005Huntingdon4/9/9908/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(11).
Cooper Energy Systems, Grove CityOP-43-003Mercer7/25/9608/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(12).
Cyprus Cumberland Resources CorpOP-30-000-040Greene3/26/9908/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(13).
Defense Distribution—SusquehannaOP-67-02041York2/1/0008/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(14).
EMI CompanyOP-25-070Erie10/24/9608/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(15).
Empire Sanitary Landfill, IncOP-35-0009Lackawanna10/17/9608/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(16).
Equitrans, Inc.—Rogersville Station(OP)30-000-109Greene7/10/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(17).
Equitrans, Inc.—Pratt Station(OP)30-000-110Greene7/10/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(18).
Erie Coke Corporation—ErieOP-25-029Erie6/27/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(19).
Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc.—Somerset(OP)56-000-151Somerset2/28/9608/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(20).
Gichner Systems Group, Inc(OP)67-2033York8/5/9708/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(21).
Offset Paperback Manufacturers, Inc.—Dallas(OP)40-0008Luzerne4/16/9908/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(22).
Overhead Door Corporation—Mifflin County(OP)44-2011Mifflin6/4/9708/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(23).
SANYO Audio Manufacturing (USA) Corp(OP)44-2003Mifflin6/30/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(24).
Stroehmann Bakeries OP—Luzerne County(OP)40-0014ALuzerne5/30/9508/06/01, 66 FR 40891(c)(149)(i)(B)(25).
Merck and Co., Inc.—West Point FacilityOP-46-0005Montgomery1/13/97
6/23/00
04/18/01, 66 FR 19858(c)(154)(i)(D).
Amerada Hess CorpPA-PLID (51-) 5009Philadelphia5/29/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(1).
Amoco Oil CompanyPA-PLID (51-) 5011Philadelphia5/29/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(2).
Cartex CorporationOP-09-0076Bucks4/9/9910/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(3).
Exxon Company, USAPA-PLID (51-) 5008Philadelphia5/29/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(4).
GATX Terminals CorporationPA-PLID (51-) 5003Philadelphia5/29/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(5).
Hatfield Quality Meats, Inc.—HatfieldOP-46-0013AMontgomery1/9/97
10/1/98
10/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(6).
J. L. Clark, IncOP-36-02009Lancaster4/16/9910/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(7).
Johnson Matthey, Inc.—WayneOP-15-0027Chester8/3/98
4/15/99
10/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(8).
Kurz Hastings, IncPA-PLID (51-) 1585Philadelphia5/29/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(9).
Lawrence McFadden, IncPA-PLID (51-) 2074Philadelphia6/11/9710/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(10).
Philadelphia Baking CompanyPA-PLID (51-) 3048Philadelphia4/10/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(11).
Philadelphia Gas Works—PassyunkPA-PLID (51-) -4921Philadelphia5/29/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(12).
PPG Industries, Inc. (BASF)OP-23-0005Delaware6/4/9710/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(13).
SmithKline Beecham PharmaceuticalsOP-46-0035Montgomery3/27/97
10/20/98
10/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(14).
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA (formerly Lemmon company)OP-09-0010Bucks4/9/9910/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(15).
The Philadelphian Condominium BuildingPA-PLID (51-) 6512Philadelphia5/29/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(16).
Warner CompanyOP-15-0001Chester7/17/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(17).
Webcraft Technologies, IncOP-09-0009Bucks4/18/96
10/15/98
10/31/01, 66 FR 54936(c)(156)(i)(B)(18).
Latrobe Steel Company—LatrobeOP-65-000-016Westmoreland12/22/9510/16/01, 66 FR 52517(c)(158)(i)(B).
Allegheny Ludlum Corporation—BrackenridgeCO-260Allegheny12/19/9610/18/01, 66 FR 52851(c)(159)(i)(B).
Kosmos Cement Co.—Neville Island FacilityEO-208Allegheny12/19/9610/18/01, 66 FR 52857(c)(160)(i)(B)(1).
Armstrong Cement and Supply Company—CabotOP-10-028Butler3/31/9910/18/01, 66 FR 52857(c)(160)(i)(B)(2).
Duquesne Light Company—Cheswick Power StationCO-217Allegheny3/8/9610/18/01, 66 FR 52867(c)(161)(i)(B)(1).
Duquesne Light Company—Elrama Plant(PA)63-000-014Washington12/29/9410/18/01, 66 FR 52867(c)(161)(i)(B)(2).
Pennsylvania Electric Co. (PENELEC)—Keystone Generating Station(PA-)03-000-027Armstrong12/29/9410/18/01, 66 FR 52867(c)(161)(i)(B)(3).
IDL, IncorporatedCO-225Allegheny7/18/9610/18/01, 66 FR 52862(c)(162)(i)(B)(1).
Oakmont Pharmaceutical, IncCO-252Allegheny12/19/9610/18/01, 66 FR 52862(c)(162)(i)(B)(2).
U.S. Air, IncCO-255Allegheny1/14/9710/18/01, 66 FR 52862(c)(162)(i)(B)(3).
Lukens Steel Corporation—Houston Plant(OP)63-000-080Washington2/22/9910/16/01, 66 FR 52522(c)(163)(i)(B)(1).
Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation—West Leechburg Plant(OP)65-000-183Westmoreland3/23/9910/16/01, 66 FR 52522(c)(163)(i)(B)(2).
(Allegheny Ludlum Corporation) Jessop Steel Company—Washington Plant(OP)63-000-027Washington3/26/9910/16/01, 66 FR 52522(c)(163)(i)(B)(3).
Koppel Steel Corporation—Koppel Plant(OP)04-000-059Beaver3/23/0110/16/01, 66 FR 52522(c)(163)(i)(D).
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG) Transmission Corp.—Beaver StationOP-04-000-490Beaver6/23/9510/12/01, 66 FR 52055(c)(164)(i)(B)(1).
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG) Transmission Corp.—Oakford Compressor StationOP-65-000-837Westmoreland10/13/9510/12/01, 66 FR 52055(c)(164)(i)(B)(2).
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG) Transmission Corp.—South Oakford Station(OP)65-000-840Westmoreland10/13/9510/12/01, 66 FR 52055(c)(164)(i)(B)(3).
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG) Transmission Corp.—Tonkin Compressor Station(OP)65-000-634Westmoreland10/13/9510/12/01, 66 FR 52055(c)(164)(i)(B)(4).
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG) Transmission Corp.—Jeannette Station(OP)65-000-852Westmoreland10/13/9510/12/01, 66 FR 52055(c)(164)(i)(B)(5).
Carnegie Natural Gas Co.—Creighton StationEO-213Allegheny5/14/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52055(c)(164)(i)(B)(6).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.—Uniontown Station(OP)26-000-413Fayette12/20/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52055(c)(164)(i)(B)(7).
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG) Transmission Corp.—South Bend StationOP-03-000-180Armstrong12/2/9810/12/01, 66 FR 52055(c)(164)(i)(B)(8).
Pruett Schaffer Chemical CompanyCO-266Allegheny9/2/9810/12/01, 66 FR 52050(c)(165)(i)(B)(1).
PPG Industries, Inc.—SpringdaleCO-254Allegheny12/19/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52050(c)(165)(i)(B)(2).
Reichhold Chemicals, Inc.—BridgevilleCO-218Allegheny12/19/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52050(c)(165)(i)(B)(3) [NOX RACT].
Reichhold Chemicals, Inc.—BridgevilleCO-219Allegheny2/21/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52050(c)(165)(i)(B)(4) [VOC RACT].
Valspar Corporation—PittsburghCO-209Allegheny3/8/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52050(c)(165)(i)(B)(5).
Ashland Chemical CorporationCO-227Allegheny12/30/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52506(c)(166)(i)(B)(1).
Hercules, Inc.—West ElizabethEO-216Allegheny3/8/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52506(c)(166)(i)(B)(2).
Hercules, Inc.—West ElizabethCO-257Allegheny1/14/97
11/1/99
10/16/01, 66 FR 52506(c)(166)(i)(B)(3).
Neville Chemical CompanyCO-230Allegheny12/13/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52506(c)(166)(i)(B)(4).
Anchor Glass Container Corp.—Plant 5(PA)26-000-119Fayette12/20/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(1).
Anchor Hocking Specialty Glass Co.—Phoenix Glass Plant(OP)04-000-084Beaver10/13/9510/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(2).
Corning Consumer Products Co.—Charleroi Plant(PA)63-000-110Washington1/4/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(3).
General Electric CompanyCO-251Allegheny12/19/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(4).
Glenshaw Glass Company, IncCO-270Allegheny3/10/0010/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(5).
Guardian Industries CorpCO-242Allegheny8/27/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(6).
Allegheny County Sanitary AuthorityCO-222Allegheny5/14/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(7).
Browning-Ferris IndustriesCO-231AAllegheny4/28/9710/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(8).
Chambers Development Company—Monroeville Borough LandfillCO-253Allegheny12/30/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(9).
Kelly Run Sanitation, Forward Township LandfillCO-236Allegheny1/23/9710/16/01, 66 FR 52527(c)(167)(i)(B)(10).
Stroehmann Bakeries—Montgomery County (Norristown)PA-46-0003Montgomery5/4/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(1).
Schlosser Steel, IncOP-46-0051Montgomery2/1/9610/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(2).
Perkasie Industries Corp.—PerkasieOP-09-0011Bucks8/14/9610/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(3).
Quaker Chemical Corporation—ConshohockenOP-46-0071Montgomery9/26/9610/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(4).
Worthington Steel CompanyOP-15-0016Chester7/23/9610/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(5).
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Corp.—Sta. 200, FrazerPA-15-0017Chester6/5/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(6).
Rohm and Haas Company, Bucks County PlantOP-09-0015Bucks4/20/9910/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(7).
SEPTA—Berridge/Courtland Maintenance ShopPA-51-4172Philadelphia7/27/9910/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(8).
Southwest Water Pollution Control Plant/Biosolids Recycling CenterPA-51-9515Philadelphia7/27/9910/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(9).
Rohm and Haas Company—Philadelphia PlantPA-51-1531Philadelphia7/27/9910/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(10).
Sunoco Inc. (R&M)—PhiladelphiaPA(51-)1501
PA(51-)1517
Philadelphia8/1/0010/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(11).
SBF Communications (owned by Avant Garde Ent.)PA(51-)2197Philadelphia7/21/0010/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(12).
Smith-Edwards-Dunlap CompanyPA-(51-)2255Philadelphia7/14/0010/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(13).
Tasty Baking CoPLID (51-) 2054Philadelphia4/9/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54942(c)(169)(i)(B)(14).
Armstrong World Industries, Inc.—Beaver Falls Plant(OP)04-000-108Beaver5/29/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52695(c)(170)(i)(B)(1).
Bacharach, IncCO-263Allegheny10/10/9710/17/01, 66 FR 52695(c)(170)(i)(B)(2).
Bakerstown Container CorporationCO-221Allegheny5/14/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52695(c)(170)(i)(B)(3).
Chestnut Ridge Foam, Inc.—Latrobe(OP)65-000-181Westmoreland12/29/9510/17/01, 66 FR 52695(c)(170)(i)(B)(4).
Flexsys America LP, Monongahela Plant(OP)63-000-015Washington3/23/0110/17/01, 66 FR 52695(c)(170)(i)(B)(5).
Haskell of Pittsburgh, IncCO-224Allegheny12/19/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52695(c)(170)(i)(B)(6).
Three Rivers Aluminum Company (TRACO)OP-10-267Butler3/1/0110/17/01, 66 FR 52695(c)(170)(i)(B)(7).
Tuscarora Plastics, Inc(OP)04-000-497Beaver4/3/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52695(c)(170)(i)(B)(8).
Witco CorporationCO-210Allegheny5/14/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52695(c)(170)(i)(B)(9).
GenCorp (Plastic Films Division)—Jeannette Plant(OP)65-000-207Westmoreland1/4/9610/15/01, 66 FR 52322(c)(171)(i)(B).
CENTRIA—Ambridge Coil Coating Operations Plant(OP)04-000-043Beaver5/17/9910/15/01, 66 FR 52322(c)(171)(i)(D).
J & L Structural, Inc.—AliquippaOP-04-000-467Beaver6/23/9510/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(1).
Universal Stainless & Alloy Products, IncCO-241Allegheny12/19/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(2).
Shenango, IncCO-233Allegheny12/30/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(3).
LTV Steel CompanyCO-259Allegheny12/30/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(4).
U.S. Steel (USX Corporation.)—Clairton WorksCO-234Allegheny12/30/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(5).
USX Corporation—Edgar Thomson WorksCO-235Allegheny12/30/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(6).
USX, Inc.—Irvin WorksCO-258Allegheny12/30/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(7).
Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation—Allenport Plant(OP)63-000-066Washington2/8/9910/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(8).
Koppers—Monessen Coke Plant(OP)65-000-853Westmoreland3/20/9810/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(9).
J & L Specialty Steel, Inc.—Midland Facility(OP)04-000-013Beaver3/23/0110/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(10).
Washington Steel Corp.—Washington Plant(OP)63-000-023Washington9/12/9610/16/01, 66 FR 52511(c)(172)(i)(B)(11).
Equitrans, Inc.—Hartson(OP)63-000-642Washington7/10/9510/17/01, 66 FR 52705(c)(173)(i)(B)(1).
Witco Corp.—Petrolia FacilityPA-10-037Butler6/27/9510/17/01, 66 FR 52705(c)(173)(i)(B)(2).
Ranbar Electrical Materials Inc. (formerly Westinghouse Electric Co. EMD)—Manor(OP)65-000-042Westmoreland2/22/9910/17/01, 66 FR 52705(c)(173)(i)(B)(3).
Nova Chemicals, Inc. (formerly Arco Chemical Co.—Beaver Valley)(OP)04-000-033Beaver4/16/99
1/24/01
10/17/01, 66 FR 52705(c)(173)(i)(B)(4).
BASF Corporation—Monaca Site(OP)04-000-306Beaver3/23/0110/17/01, 66 FR 52705(c)(173)(i)(B)(5).
Cardone Industries—Rising Sun AvePA(51-) PLID 3887Philadelphia5/29/9510/30/01, 66 FR 54710(c)(174)(i)(B)(1).
Cardone Industries—Chew StPA(51-) PLID 2237Philadelphia5/29/9510/30/01, 66 FR 54710(c)(174)(i)(B)(2).
U.S. Navy, Naval Surface Warfare Center—Carderock DivisionPA(51-)9724Philadelphia12/27/9710/30/01, 66 FR 54710(c)(174)(i)(B)(3).
Wheelabrator Falls, IncOP-09-0013Bucks1/11/96
5/17/96
10/30/01, 66 FR 54710(c)(174)(i)(B)(4).
US Steel Group/USX Corporation—Fairless WorksOP-09-0006Bucks4/8/9910/30/01, 66 FR 54710(c)(174)(i)(B)(5).
Brown Printing CompanyOP-46-0018AMontgomery5/17/0010/30/01, 66 FR 54710(c)(174)(i)(B)(6).
Sun Chemical—General Printing Ink DivisionPA(51-) 2052Philadelphia7/14/0010/30/01, 66 FR 54710(c)(174)(i)(B)(7).
Sunoco Chemicals, Frankford PlantPA(51-) 1551Philadelphia7/27/9910/30/01, 66 FR 54710(c)(174)(i)(B)(8).
Armco, Inc. Butler Operations Main PlantPA-10-001MButler2/23/9610/15/01, 66 FR 52338(c)(175)(i)(B).
Armco, Inc. Butler Operations Stainless PlantPA-10-001SButler2/23/9610/15/01, 66 FR 52338(c)(175)(i)(C).
Pennsylvania Power Co.—Bruce Mansfield Plant(PA)04-000-235Beaver12/29/9410/15/01, 66 FR 52333(c)(176)(i)(B)(1).
West Penn Power Co.—Mitchell Station(PA)63-000-016Washington6/12/9510/15/01, 66 FR 52333(c)(176)(i)(B)(2).
Carnegie Natural Gas Company—Fisher Station(OP)03-000-182Armstrong12/2/9810/15/01, 66 FR 52333(c)(176)(i)(B)(3).
Apollo Gas Company—Shoemaker Station(OP)03-000-183Armstrong9/12/9610/15/01, 66 FR 52333(c)(176)(i)(B)(4).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.—Delmont Station(OP)65-000-839Westmoreland1/9/9710/15/01, 66 FR 52333(c)(176)(i)(B)(5).
The Peoples Natural Gas Co.—Valley Station(OP)03-000-125Armstrong10/31/9410/15/01, 66 FR 52333(c)(176)(i)(B)(6).
The Peoples Natural Gas Co.—Girty Compressor Station(PA)03-000-076Armstrong10/27/9510/15/01, 66 FR 52333(c)(176)(i)(B)(7).
AES Beaver Valley Partners—Monaca Plant(OP)04-000-446Beaver3/23/0110/15/01, 66 FR 52333(c)(176)(i)(B)(8).
Penreco—Karns CityOP-10-0027Butler5/31/9510/12/01, 66 FR 52044(c)(177)(i)(B)(1).
Ashland Petroleum CompanyCO-256Allegheny12/19/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52044(c)(177)(i)(B)(2).
Bellefield Boiler Plant—PittsburghEO-248Allegheny12/19/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52044(c)(177)(i)(B)(3).
Gulf Oil, L.PCO-250Allegheny12/19/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52044(c)(177)(i)(B)(4).
PA Dept. of CorrectionsEO-244Allegheny1/23/9710/12/01, 66 FR 52044(c)(177)(i)(B)(5).
Pittsburgh Thermal Limited PartnershipCO-220Allegheny3/4/9610/12/01, 66 FR 52044(c)(177)(i)(B)(6).
BP Exploration & Oil, Inc.—Greensburg Terminal(OP)65-000-378Westmoreland3/23/0110/12/01, 66 FR 52044(c)(177)(i)(B)(7).
Pittsburgh Allegheny County Thermal, LtdCO-265Allegheny11/9/9810/12/01, 66 FR 52044(c)(177)(i)(B)(8).
Aristech Chemical CorporationCO-232Allegheny12/30/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(1).
Heinz U.S.A.—PittsburghEO-211Allegheny3/8/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(2).
Heinz U.S.A.—PittsburghCO-247Allegheny10/24/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(2).
Koppers Industries, Inc. (Aristech Chem. Corp)CO-223Allegheny8/27/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(3).
Nabisco Biscuit CoCO-246Allegheny12/19/9610/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(4).
Pressure Chemical CoCO-261Allegheny6/11/9710/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(5).
General Carbide Corp(OP)65-000-622Westmoreland12/29/9510/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(6).
Fansteel Hydro Carbide(OP)65-000-860Westmoreland12/12/9710/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(7).
Carbidie Corporation(OP)65-000-720Westmoreland7/31/9810/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(8).
Dyno Nobel Inc—Donora(OP)63-000-070Washington3/31/9910/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(9).
Newcomer Products, Inc(OP)65-000-851Westmoreland8/7/9710/17/01, 66 FR 52700(c)(178)(i)(B)(10).
PECO Energy Company—Cromby Generating StationOP-15-0019Chester4/28/9510/30/01, 66 FR 54699(c)(179)(i)(B)(1).
Waste Resource Energy, Inc. (Operator); Shawmut Bank, Conn. National Assoc. (Owner); Delaware County Resource Recovery FacilityOP-23-0004Delaware11/16/9510/30/01, 66 FR 54699(c)(179)(i)(B)(2).
G-Seven, LtdOP-46-0078Montgomery4/20/9910/30/01, 66 FR 54699(c)(179)(i)(B)(3).
Leonard Kunkin AssociatesOP-09-0073Bucks6/25/0110/30/01, 66 FR 54699(c)(179)(i)(B)(4).
Kimberly-Clark CorporationOP-23-0014ADelaware6/24/98
8/1/01
10/30/01, 66 FR 54699(c)(179)(i)(B)(5).
Sunoco, Inc. (R&M); Marcus Hook PlantCP-23-0001Delaware6/8/95
8/2/01
10/30/01, 66 FR 54699(c)(179)(i)(B)(6).
Waste Management Disposal Services of Pennsylvania, Inc. (GROWS Landfill)OP-09-0007Bucks12/19/97
7/17/01
10/30/01, 66 FR 54699(c)(179)(i)(B)(7).
Koppel Steel Corporation—Ambridge PlantOP-04-000-227Beaver10/12/0010/15/01, 66 FR 52317(c)(180)(i)(B).
General Motors CorporationCO-243Allegheny8/27/9610/15/01, 66 FR 52327(c)(181)(i)(B)(1).
Oakmont Steel, IncCO-226Allegheny5/14/9610/15/01, 66 FR 52327(c)(181)(i)(B)(2).
The Peoples Natural Gas CoCO-240Allegheny8/27/9610/15/01, 66 FR 52327(c)(181)(i)(B)(3).
U.S. Bureau of MinesEO-215Allegheny3/8/9610/15/01, 66 FR 52327(c)(181)(i)(B)(4).
Waste Management Disposal Services of Pennsylvania (Pottstown Landfill)OP-46-0033Montgomery4/20/9910/30/01, 66 FR 54704(c)(182)(i)(B)(1).
FPL Energy MH50, LP (Sunoco, Inc. (R&M))PA-23-0084Delaware7/26/9910/30/01, 66 FR 54704(c)(182)(i)(B)(2).
Exelon Generation Company—(PECO)—Richmond Generating StationPA-51-4903Philadelphia7/11/0110/30/01, 66 FR 54704(c)(182)(i)(B)(3).
Jefferson Smurfit Corp./Container Corp. of AmericaPLID (PA-51-) 1566Philadelphia4/10/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54947(c)(184)(i)(B)(1).
Maritank Philadelphia, IncPLID (PA-51-) 5013Philadelphia12/28/9510/31/01, 66 FR 54947(c)(184)(i)(B)(2).
Moyer Packing CompanyOP-46-0001Montgomery3/15/9610/31/01, 66 FR 54947(c)(184)(i)(B)(3).
Tullytown Resource Recovery Facility (Waste Management of Pa., Inc.)OP-09-0024Bucks7/14/9710/31/01, 66 FR 54947(c)(184)(i)(B)(4).
SPS Technologies, IncOP-46-0032Montgomery10/30/9710/31/01, 66 FR 54947(c)(184)(i)(B)(5).
PECO Energy CompanyOP-09-0077Bucks12/19/9710/31/01, 66 FR 54947(c)(184)(i)(B)(6).
Philadelphia Gas Works—Richmond PlantPA-51-4922Philadelphia7/27/9910/31/01, 66 FR 54947(c)(184)(i)(B)(7).
Exelon Generation Company—Delaware Generating StationPA-51-4901Philadelphia7/11/0110/31/01, 66 FR 54947(c)(184)(i)(B)(8).
Exelon Generation Company—Schuylkill Generating StationPA-51-4904Philadelphia7/11/0110/31/01, 66 FR 54947(c)(184)(i)(B)(9).
International Business Systems, IncOP-46-0049Montgomery10/29/9810/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(1).
Bethlehem Lukens PlateOP-46-0011Montgomery12/11/9810/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(2).
Montenay Montgomery Limited PartnershipOP-46-0010AMontgomery4/20/99
6/20/00
10/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(3).
Northeast Foods, Inc. (Bake Rite Rolls)OP-09-0014Bucks4/9/9910/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(4).
Aldan Rubber CompanyPA-(51-)1561Philadelphia7/21/0010/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(5).
Braceland Brothers, IncPA-(51-)3679Philadelphia7/14/0010/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(6).
Graphic Arts, IncorporatedPA-(51-)2260Philadelphia7/14/0010/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(7).
O'Brien (Philadelphia) Cogeneration, Inc.—Northeast Water Pollution Control PlantPA-(51-)1533Philadelphia7/21/0010/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(8).
O'Brien (Philadelphia) Cogeneration, Inc.—Southwest Water Pollution Control PlantPA-(51-)1534Philadelphia7/21/0010/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(9).
Pearl Pressman LibertyPA-(51-)7721Philadelphia7/24/0010/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(10).
Arbill Industries, IncPA-51-3811Philadelphia7/27/9910/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(11).
McWhorter Technologies, IncPA-51-3542Philadelphia7/27/9910/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(12).
NortheastWater Pollution Control PlantPA-51-9513Philadelphia7/27/9910/30/01, 66 FR54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(13).
Newman and CompanyPLID (51-) 3489Philadelphia6/11/9710/30/01, 66 FR 54691(c)(185)(i)(B)(14).
Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation(OP-)65-000-137Westmoreland5/17/9910/19/01, 66 FR 53090(c)(186)(i)(B)(1).
INDSPEC Chemical CorporationPA10-021Butler10/19/9810/19/01, 66 FR 53090(c)(186)(i)(B)(2).
Stoney Creek Technologies, L.L.CPA-23-0002Delaware2/24/9911/5/01, 66 FR 55880(c)(187)(i)(B)(1).
Superpac, IncOP-09-0003Bucks3/25/9911/5/01, 66 FR 55880(c)(187)(i)(B)(2).
Transit America, IncPLID (51-) 1563Philadelphia6/11/9711/5/01, 66 FR 55880(c)(187)(i)(B)(3).
American Bank Note CompanyOP-46-0075Montgomery5/19/97
8/10/98
11/5/01, 66 FR 55880(c)(187)(i)(B)(4).
Atlas Roofing Corporation—QuakertownOP-09-0039Bucks3/10/9911/5/01, 66 FR 55880(c)(187)(i)(B)(5).
Beckett CorporationOP-15-0040Chester7/8/9711/5/01, 66 FR 55880(c)(187)(i)(B)(6).
Klearfold, IncOP-09-0012Bucks4/15/9911/5/01, 66 FR 55880(c)(187)(i)(B)(7).
National Label CompanyOP-46-0040Montgomery7/28/9711/5/01, 66 FR 55880(c)(187)(i)(B)(8).
Bethlehem Steel CorporationOP-22-02012Dauphin4/9/995/23/02, 67 FR 36108(c)(191).
Hershey Chocolate USAOP-22-2004ADauphin1/24/006/26/02, 67 FR 43002(c)(194)(i)(B)(1).
Pennsylvania Power Company New Castle PlantOP-37-0023Lawrence4/8/996/26/02, 67 FR 43002(c)(194)(i)(B)(2).
Lafarge CorporationOP-39-0011BLehigh5/19/974/1/03, 68 FR 15661(c)(196)(i)(B)(1).
The Peoples Natural Gas Company(OP-)11-000-356Cambria11/23/944/1/03, 68 FR 15661(c)(196)(i)(B)(2).
Horsehead Resource Development Company, IncOP-13-0001Carbon5/16/954/1/03, 68 FR 15661(c)(196)(i)(B)(3).
Williams Generation Company—HazeltonOP-40-0031ALuzerne3/10/004/1/03, 68 FR 15661(c)(196)(i)(B)(4).
Pennsylvania Power and Light Company, Holtwood Steam Electric StationPA-36-2016Lancaster5/25/954/1/03, 68 FR 15661(c)(196)(i)(B)(5).
General Electric Transportation SystemsOP-25-025AErie8/26/024/7/03, 68 FR 16724(c)(198)(i)(B).
Bethlehem Structural Products CorporationOP-48-0013Northampton10/24/965/2/03, 68 FR 23404(c)(200)(i)(B)(1).
International Paper Company, Erie MillPA-25-028Erie12/21/945/2/03, 68 FR 23404(c)(200)(i)(B)(2).
National Fuel Gas Supply—Heath Compressor StationPA-33-144AJefferson10/5/985/2/03, 68 FR 23404(c)(200)(i)(B)(3).
PPG Industries, IncOP-20-145Crawford5/31/953/24/03, 68 FR14154(c)(201)(i)(B).
Dominion Trans., Inc.—Finnefrock StationTitle V-18-00005Clinton2/16/005/7/03, 68 FR 24365(c)(202)(i)(B)(1).
Textron Lycoming—Oliver Street PlantTitle V-41-00005Lycoming1/12/015/7/03, 68 FR 24365(c)(202)(i)(B)(2).
Lafayette College, Easton CampusOP-48-0034Northampton8/18/975/20/03, 68 FR 27471(c)(205)(i)(B).
Keystone Carbon CompanyOP-24-016Elk5/15/9510/17/03, 68 FR 59741(c)(207)(i)(B)(1).
Mack Trucks, IncOP-39-0004Northampton5/31/9510/17/03, 68 FR 59741(c)(207)(i)(B)(1).
Owens-Brockway Glass Container, IncOP-33-033Jefferson3/27/9510/17/03, 68 FR 59741(c)(207)(i)(B)(1).
Resilite Sport Products, IncOP-49-0003Northumberland12/3/9610/17/03, 68 FR 59741(c)(207)(i)(B)(1).
Westfield Tanning CompanyOP-59-0008Tioga11/27/9610/17/03, 68 FR 59741(c)(207)(i)(B)(1).
Tarkett, IncorporatedOP-39-0002Lehigh5/31/958/6/03, 68 FR 46484(c)(208)(i)(B)(1).
Hacros Pigments, Inc.OP-48-0018Northampton7/31/968/6/03, 68 FR 46484(c)(208)(i)(B)(2).
GPU Generation Corp., Homer City Station(OP-)32-000-055Indiana10/29/9810/15/03, 68 FR 59321(c)(212)(i)(B)(1).
GPU Generation Corp., Seward Station(OP-)32-000-040Indiana4/30/9810/15/03, 68 FR 59321(c)(212)(i)(B)(2).
Ebensburg Power Company, Ebensburg Cogeneration Plant(OP-)11-000-318Cambria3/28/0110/15/03, 68 FR 59321(c)(212)(i)(B)(3).
Sithe Pennsylvania Holdings, LLC, Warren StationOP-62-012BWarren1/20/0010/15/03, 68 FR 59321(c)(212)(i)(B)(4).
Pennsylvania Power & Light Company, Sunbury SESOP-55-0001ASnyder7/7/9710/15/03, 68 FR 59321(c)(212)(i)(B)(5).
Lakeview LandfillOP-25-920Erie5/29/9710/15/03, 68 FR 59321(c)(212)(i)(B)(6).
National Fuel Gas Supply Corp.—Roystone Compressor StationOP-62-141FWarren4/1/0310/27/04, 69 FR 62583(c)(213)(i)(B)(1).
Crompton Corporation, Fairview TownshipOP-10-037Butler6/4/035/25/04, 69 FR 29444(c)(213)(i)(B)(2).
Andritz, Inc41-00010CLycoming4/30/0310/15/03, 68 FR 59318(c)(214)(i)(B)(1).
Brodart Company18-0007AClinton4/8/0310/15/03, 68 FR 59318(c)(214)(i)(B)(2).
Erie Sewer AuthorityOP-25-179Erie6/5/0310/15/03, 68 FR 59318(c)(214)(i)(B)(3).
Hercules Cement CompanyOP-48-0005ANorthampton4/16/9911/24/03, 68 FR 65846(c)(217)(i)(B).
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, Station 321OP-58-00001ASusquehanna4/16/9810/27/04, 69 FR 62585(c)(218)(i)(B)(1).
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, Station 219OP-43-0272Mercer4/7/9910/27/04, 69 FR 62585(c)(218)(i)(B)(2).
Information Display Technology, Inc32-000-085Indiana1/11/9603/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Bedford Materials Co., Inc05-02005Bedford4/15/9903/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Bollman Hat Company36-2031Lancaster7/3/9503/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Armco IncOP-43-040Mercer9/30/9903/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Specialty Tires of America, Inc32-000-065Indiana1/6/0003/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Truck Accessories Group EastOP-49-0005Northumberland3/26/9903/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Jeraco Enterprises, IncOP-49-0014Northumberland4/6/9703/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Insulation Corporation of America39-0012Lehigh10/17/9503/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Pope & Talbot, Inc40-0019Luzerne5/31/9603/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Universal Rundle CorporationOP-37-059Lawrence5/31/9503/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
Clark Filter36-02040Lancaster2/4/0003/29/05, 70 FR 1577452.2020(d)(1)(h).
The Pennsylvania State University—University ParkOP-14-0006Centre12/30/983/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company—Charleston TownshipOP-59-0001Tioga5/31/953/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company—Wyalusing TownshipOP-08-0002Bradford5/31/953/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
Masland Industries21-2001Cumberland5/31/953/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
ESSROC Cement CorpOP-37-003Lawrence7/27/95
3/31/99
3/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
The Magee Carpet CompanyOP-19-0001Columbia1/22/973/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company—Howe TownshipOP-27-015Forest7/27/003/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Corporation—Buck Township40-0002
40-0002A
Luzerne5/31/953/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line Corporation—Peach Bottom Township67-2012York5/5/953/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
Standard Steel Division of Freedom Forge Corp44-2001Mifflin5/31/953/30/05, 70 FR 1611852.2020(d)(1)(c).
Pope and Talbot, Inc35-0004Lackawanna5/31/963/30/05, 70 FR 1612452.2020 (d)(1)(d).
Pennsylvania Power and Light Company22-2011Dauphin6/7/953/30/05, 70 FR 1612452.2020 (d)(1)(d).
Ellwood Group IncOP-37-313Lawrence1/31/013/30/05, 70 FR 1612452.2020 (d)(1)(d).
National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation53-0009A
53-0009
Potter8/5/963/30/05, 70 FR 1612452.2020 (d)(1)(d).
Department of the Army28-02002Franklin2/3/003/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
Harley-Davidson Motor Company67-2032York4/9/973/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
GE Transportation SystemsOP-43-196Mercer5/16/013/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
Stone Container Corporation67-2002York9/3/963/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
Stanley Storage Systems, Inc39-0031Lehigh6/12/983/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
York Group, Inc67-2014York7/3/953/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
Strick CorporationOP-19-0002Columbia6/6/973/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
Grumman Olson, Division of Grumman Allied IndustriesOP-41-0002Lycoming9/25/973/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
Prior Coated Metals, Inc39-0005Lehigh5/26/953/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
Schindler Elevator Corporation01-2007Adams5/24/953/31/05, 70 FR 1641652.2020(d)(1)(g).
Hodge FoundryOP-43-036Mercer3/31/993/31/05, 70 FR 1642052.2020(d)(1)(a).
Resolite, A United Dominion CoOP-10-266Butler10/15/99
2/18/00
3/31/05, 70 FR 1642052.2020(d)(1)(a).
Consolidation Coal Co.—Coal Preparation Plant30-000-063Greene5/17/993/31/05, 70 FR 1642052.2020(d)(1)(a).
Urick FoundryOP-25-053Erie10/24/963/31/05, 70 FR 1642052.2020(d)(1)(a).
Keystone Sanitary Landfill, Inc35-0014Lackawanna4/19/993/31/05, 70 FR 1642052.2020(d)(1)(a).
Grinnell Corporation36-2019Lancaster6/30/953/31/05, 70 FR 1642052.2020(d)(1)(a).
Buck Company Inc36-2035Lancaster8/1/953/31/05, 70 FR 1642052.2020(d)(1)(a).
Owens-Brockway Glass Container, IncOP-16-010Clarion3/27/95
5/31/95
3/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
Alcoa Extrusion, Inc54-0022Schuylkill4/19/993/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
Pennsylvania Electric Company32-000-059Indiana12/29/943/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
National Gypsum CompanyOP-60-0003Union1/17/963/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
Stoney Creek Technologies, LLCOP-23-0002Delaware7/24/033/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
Northeastern Power Company54-0008Schuylkill5/26/953/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation22-2010Dauphin1/31/973/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
The Miller Group54-0024Schuykill2/1/993/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
CNG Transmission Corporation32-000-129Indiana6/22/953/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
I.H.F.P., IncOP-49-0010ANorthumberland1/7/983/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
National Forge CompanyOP-62-032Warren5/31/953/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
United Refining CompanyOP-62-017Warren5/31/95
11/14/96
3/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
Petrowax RefiningOP-42-110McKean3/4/96
5/31/96
3/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
Westvaco Corporation07-2008Blair9/29/953/31/05, 70 FR 1642352.2020(d)(1)(f).
Naval Surface Warfare Center, Caderock Division Ship Systems Engineering StationPA-04108Philadelphia10/18/044/29/05, 70 FR 2225752.2020(d)(1)(j).
R.H. Sheppard Co., Inc67-2016York8/4/958/24/05, 70 FR 4949652.2020(d)(1)(i).
Wheatland Tube CompanyOP-43-182Mercer7/26/958/24/05, 70 FR 4949652.2020(d)(1)(i).
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline CorporationOP-53-0006Potter10/13/958/24/05, 70 FR 4949652.2020(d)(1)(i).
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline CorporationOP-19-0004Columbia5/30/958/24/05, 70 FR 4949652.2020(d)(1)(i).
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline CorporationPA-41-0005ALycoming8/9/958/24/05, 70 FR 4949652.2020(d)(1)(i).
Molded Fiber GlassOP-25-035Erie7/30/9911/1/05, 70 FR 6584252.2020(d)(1)(k).
Erie Forge and Steel, IncOP-25-924Erie2/10/0011/1/05, 70 FR 6584252.2020(d)(1)(k).
OSRAM SYLVANIA Products, IncOP-59-0007Tioga1/22/9811/1/05, 70 FR 6584252.2020(d)(1)(k).
Owens-Brockway Glass ContainerOP-33-002Jefferson11/23/9811/1/05, 70 FR 6584252.2020(d)(1)(k).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation32-000-230Indiana9/25/9511/1/05, 70 FR 6584252.2020(d)(1)(k).
SKF, USA, Incorporated67-02010AYork7/19/0011/1/05, 70 FR 6584252.2020(d)(1)(k).
Johnstown America Corporation11-000-288Cambria1/13/9911/1/05, 70 FR 6584252.2020(d)(1)(k).
SGL Carbon CorporationOP-24-131Elk5/12/95
5/31/95
11/1/05, 70 FR 6584552.2020(d)(1)(e).
Salem Tube, IncOP-43-142Mercer2/16/9911/1/05, 70 FR 6584552.2020(d)(1)(e).
Dominion Trans, Inc18-00006Clinton6/15/99
9/29/03
11/1/05, 70 FR 6584552.2020(d)(1)(e).
Waste Management Disposal Services of Pennsylvania (Pottstown Landfill)OP-46-0033Berks; Montgomery4/20/99
1/27/04
11/2/05, 70 FR 6626152.2020(d)(1)(b).
Waste Management Disposal Services of PA, Inc67-02047York4/20/9911/2/05, 70 FR 6626152.2020(d)(1)(b).
Armstrong World Industries, Inc36-2001Lancaster7/3/9911/2/05, 70 FR 6626152.2020(d)(1)(b).
Cogentrix of Pennsylvania IncOP-33-137, PA-33-302-014, OP-33-302-014, PA 33-399-004, OP 33-399-004Jefferson1/27/98
11/15/90
5/31/93
10/31/98
5/31/93
3/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
Scrubgrass Generating Company, LPOP-61-0181Venango4/30/983/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
Wheelabrator Frackville Energy CoOP-54-005Schuylkill9/18/983/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
Indiana University of Pennsylvania—S.W. Jack Cogeneration FacilityOP-32-000-200Indiana9/24/983/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
Fleetwood Motor HomesOP-49-0011Northumberland10/30/983/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
Piney Creek, LPOP-16-0127Clarion12/18/983/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
Statoil Energy Power Paxton, LPOP-22-02015Dauphin6/30/993/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
Harrisburg SteamworksOP-22-02005Dauphin3/23/993/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
Cove Shoe CompanyOP-07-02028Blair4/7/993/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
PP&L—Fichbach C.T. FacilityOP-54-0011Schuylkill6/1/993/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
PP&L—Allentown C.T. FacilityOP-39-0009Lehigh6/1/993/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
PP&L—Harwood C.T. FacilityOP-40-0016Luzerne6/1/993/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
PP&L—Jenkins C.T. FacilityOP-40-0017Luzerne6/1/993/8/06, 71 FR 1151452.2020(d)(1)(l).
The International Metals Reclamation CoOP-37-243Lawrence8/9/003/31/06, 71 FR 1623552.2020(d)(1)(m).
Petrowax, PA, IncPA 61-020Venango1/2/963/31/06, 71 FR 1623552.2020(d)(1)(m).
Pennsylvania Electric CompanyOP-32-000-059Indiana12/29/9404/28/06, 71 FR 2507052.2020(d)(1)(n).
The Harrisburg AuthorityOP-22-2007Dauphin1/02/9504/28/06, 71 FR 2507052.2020(d)(1)(n).
Texas Eastern Transmission CorpOP-50-02001Perry4/12/9904/28/06, 71 FR 2507052.2020(d)(1)(n).
Graybec Lime, IncOP14-0004Centre4/16/9904/28/06, 71 FR 2507052.2020(d)(1)(n).
Techneglas, IncOP-40-0009ALuzerne1/29/9904/28/06, 71 FR 2507052.2020(d)(1)(n).
DLM Foods (formerly Heinz USA)CO 211Allegheny3/8/9605/11/06, 71 FR 2739452.2020(d)(1)(o).
NRG Energy Center (formerly Pittsburgh Thermal Limited Partnership)CO220Allegheny3/4/9605/11/06, 71 FR 2739452.2020(d)(1)(o).
Tasty Baking Oxford, IncOP-15-0104Chester5/12/0405/11/06, 71 FR 2739452.2020(d)(1)(o).
Silberline Manufacturing CompanyOP-13-0014Carbon4/19/9905/11/06, 71 FR 2739452.2020(d)(1)(o).
Adhesives Research, IncOP-67-2007York7/1/9505/11/06, 71 FR 2739452.2020(d)(1)(o).
Mohawk Flush Doors, IncOP-49-0001Northumberland1/20/9905/11/06, 71 FR 2739452.2020(d)(1)(o).
Bigbee Steel and Tank Company36-2024Lancaster7/7/956/13/06, 71 FR 3401152.2020(d)(1)(p).
Conoco Phillips CompanyOP-23-0003Delaware4/29/046/13/06, 71 FR 3401152.2020(d)(1)(p).
The Hershey Company22-02004BDauphin12/23/056/13/06, 71 FR 3401152.2020(d)(1)(p).
LORD Corporation, Cambridge SpringsOP-20-123Crawford7/27/956/13/06, 71 FR 3401152.2020(d)(1)(p).
Pittsburgh Corning CorporationPA-42-009McKean5/31/956/13/06, 71 FR 3401152.2020(d)(1)(p).
Small Tube Manufacturing, LLC07-02010Blair2/27/066/13/06, 71 FR 3401152.2020(d)(1)(p).
Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation, Holbrook Compressor Station30-000-077Greene1/3/976/13/06, 71 FR 3401152.2020(d)(1)(p).
Willamette Industries, Johnsonburgh MillOP-24-009Elk5/23/956/13/06, 71 FR 3401152.2020(d)(1)(p).
American Refining Group, IncOP-42-004McKean11/23/986/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Bellefonte Lime CompanyOP-14-0002Centre10/19/986/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Butter Krust Baking Company, IncOP-49-0006Northumberland11/5/966/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Carnegie Natural Gas Company30-000-106Greene9/22/956/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Caterpillar, Inc67-2017York8/1/956/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Gencorp, Inc54-0009Schuykill5/31/966/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Harris SemiconductorOP-40-0001ALuzerne4/16/996/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Merisol Antioxidants LLCOP-61-00011Venango4/18/056/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Norcon Power Partners, L.POP-25-923Erie9/21/956/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Triangle Pacific Corp34-2001Juniata5/31/956/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Viking Energy of Northumberland Limited PartnershipOP-49-0004Northumberland5/30/956/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
White Cap, Inc40-0004Luzerne7/20/956/14/06, 71 FR 3425952.2020(d)(1)(q).
Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company21-2003Cumberland3/10/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899352.2020(d)(1)(t).
The Carbide/Graphite Group, IncOP-24-012Elk5/12/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899352.2020(d)(1)(t).
Celotex CorporationOP-49-0013Northumberland6/18/997/11/06, 71 FR 3899352.2020(d)(1)(t).
American Railcar Industries, Inc. Shippers Car Line DivisionOP-49-0012Northumberland11/29/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899352.2020(d)(1)(t).
ACF Industries, IncOP-49-0009Northumberland12/12/967/11/06, 71 FR 3899352.2020(d)(1)(t).
New Holland North America, Inc36-2028Lancaster10/17/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899352.2020(d)(1)(t).
Allsteel, Inc40-001-5Luzerne5/26/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899352.2020(d)(1)(t).
Ball-Foster Glass Container CoOP-42-028McKean7/7/95
3/31/99
7/11/06, 71 FR 3899352.2020(d)(1)(t).
Pennsylvania Power & Light Company—West ShoreOP-21-2009Cumberland6/7/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899552.2020(d)(1)(r).
Foster Wheeler Mt. Carmel, IncOP-49-0002Northumberland6/30/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899552.2020(d)(1)(r).
Metropolitan Edison Company—PortlandOP-48-0006Northampton12/14/947/11/06, 71 FR 3899552.2020(d)(1)(r).
Pennsylvania Power & Light CompanyOP-41-0004Lycoming6/13/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899552.2020(d)(1)(r).
Pennsylvania Power & Light CompanyOP-18-0006Clinton6/13/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899552.2020(d)(1)(r).
Texas Eastern Transmission CorporationOP-34-2002Juniata1/31/977/11/06, 71 FR 3899552.2020(d)(1)(r).
Pennsylvania Power & Light CompanyOP-48-0011Northampton12/19/947/11/06, 71 FR 3899552.2020(d)(1)(r).
Johnstown CorporationOP-11-000-034Cambria6/23/957/11/06, 71 FR 3899552.2020(d)(1)(r).
Koppers Industries, IncOP-41-0008Lycoming3/30/997/13/06, 71 FR 3957252.2020(d)(1)(s).
Armstrong World Industries, IncOP-36-2002Lancaster10/31/966/8/07, 72 FR 3174952.2020(d)(1)(u).
Peoples Natural Gas CompanyOP-16-124Clarion8/11/996/8/07, 72 FR 3174952.2020(d)(1)(u).
Dart Container CorporationOP-36-2015Lancaster8/31/956/8/07, 72 FR 3174952.2020(d)(1)(u).
AT&T MicroelectronicsOP-39-0001Lehigh5/19/956/8/07, 72 FR 3174952.2020(d)(1)(u).
West Penn Power CoOP-30-000-099Greene5/17/996/8/07, 72 FR 3174952.2020(d)(1)(u).
Merck and Co., IncOP-49-0007BNorthumberland5/16/013/4/08, 73 FR 1155352.2020(d)(1)(v).

(2) EPA-Approved Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Emissions Trading Programs

Name of sourcePermit No.CountyState effective dateEPA approval dateAdditional explanation/§52.2063 citation
National Can Company Fres-co Systems, USA Inc. Paramount Packaging Corp85-524
85-525
Bucks3/1/854/21/88, 53 FR 13121(c)(68); transfer of offsets from NCCo to Fresco and Paramount.

(3) EPA-Approved Source Specific Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Requirements

Name of sourcePermit No.CountyState effective dateEPA approval dateAdditional explanation/§52.2063 citation
USX Corporation, Clairton Coke Works200Allegheny11/17/948/18/95, 60 FR 43012(c)(99).
Reliant Energy Mid-Atlantic Power Holdings LLC, Warren Generating StationSO2-62-00012Warren11/21/011/17/03, 68 FR 2459(c)(190)(i)(C)(1).
United Refining CompanySO2-62-017EWarren6/11/011/17/03, 68 FR 2459(c)(190)(i)(C)(2).
Trigen-Philadelphia Energy CorporationSO2-95-002Philadelphia7/27/009/9/02, 67 FR 57155(c)(193)(i)(B)(1).
Grays Ferry Cogeneration PartnershipSO2-95-002APhiladelphia7/27/009/9/02, 67 FR 57155(c)(193)(i)(B)(2).
PECO Energy Company, Schuylkill Generating StationSO2-95-006Philadelphia7/27/009/9/02, 67 FR 57155(c)(193)(i)(B)(3).
Sunoco, Inc. (R&M) Philadelphia RefinerySO2-95-039Philadelphia7/27/009/9/02, 67 FR 57155(c)(193)(i)(B)(4).

(4) EPA-Approved Source Specific Leade (Pb) Requirements

Name of sourcePermit No.CountyState effective dateEPA approval dateAdditional explanation/§52.2063 citation
East Penn Manufacturing Corp[None]Berks5/29/847/27/84, 49 FR 30179(c)(62).
General Battery Corporation[None]Berks5/29/847/27/84, 49 FR 30179(c)(62)
Tonolli Corporation (Closed)[None]Carbon5/29/847/27/84, 49 FR 30179(c)(62).
Franklin Smelting and Refining Corporation[None]Philadelphia9/21/9412/20/96, 61 FR 67275(c)(112).
MDC Industries, Inc[None]Philadelphia9/21/9412/20/96, 61 FR 67275(c)(112).
Anzon, Inc[None]Philadelphia9/21/9412/20/96, 61 FR 67275(c)(112).

(e) EPA-approved nonregulatory and quasi-regulatory material

(1) EPA-Approved Nonregulatory and Quasi-Regulatory Material

Name of non-regulatory SIP revisionApplicable geographic areaState submittal dateEPA approval dateAdditional explanation
Sulfur Dioxide Attainment DemonstrationConewego, Pleasant, and Glade Townships; City of Warren (Warren Co.)8/20/011/17/03, 68 FR 245452.2033(b).
Sulfur Dioxide Attainment DemonstrationAllegheny County—sulfur dioxide area defined in 40 CFR 81.3398/15/037/21/04, 69 FR 4352252.2033(c).
Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) ProgramPhiladelphia-Wilmington-Trenton Ozone Nonattainment Area9/23/949/11/95, 60 FR 4708152.2035.
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory—Carbon MonoxidePhiladelphia County9/8/95
10/30/95
1/30/96, 61 FR 298252.2036(a).
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory—VOCPittsburgh-Beaver Valley Ozone Nonattainment Area3/22/96
2/18/97
7/22/98
4/3/01, 66 FR 1763452.2036(d).
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory—VOC, CO, NOXReading Area (Berks County)1/28/975/7/97, 62 FR 2484652.2036(e).
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory—VOCPhiladelphia-Wilmington-Trenton Ozone Nonattainment Area9/12/966/9/97, 62 FR 3134352.2036(i).
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory—NOXPhiladelphia-Wilmington-Trenton Ozone Nonattainment Area7/31/986/17/99, 64 FR 3242252.2036(l).
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory—NOXPittsburgh-Beaver Valley Ozone Nonattainment Area3/22/96
2/18/97
10/19/01, 66 FR 5309452.2036(m).
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory—Carbon MonoxideCity of Pittsburgh-CBD & Oakland11/12/92
8/17/01
11/12/02, 67 FR 6852152.2036(n).
Post 1996 Rate of Progress PlanPhiladelphia-Wilmington-Trenton Ozone Nonattainment Area7/31/98
2/25/00
10/26/01, 66 FR 5414352.2037(i).
One-Hour Ozone Attainment DemonstrationPhiladelphia-Wilmington-Trenton Ozone Nonattainment Area4/30/98
8/21/98
2/25/00
7/19/01
10/26/01, 66 FR 5414352.2037(j).
Mobile Budgets for Post-1996 and 2005 attainment plansPhiladelphia-Wilmington-Trenton Ozone Nonattainment Area2/25/0010/26/01, 66 FR 5414352.2037(k).
   2/23/045/21/04, 69 FR 2923852.2037(k).
15% Rate of Progress PlanPittsburgh-Beaver Valley Ozone Nonattainment Area3/22/96
2/18/97
7/22/98
4/3/01, 66 FR 1763452.2038(a).
15% Rate of Progress PlanPhiladelphia-Wilmington-Trenton Ozone Nonattainment Area9/12/96
4/10/97
6/5/98
8/24/01, 66 FR 4454752.2038(b).
Control of Asphalt Paving Material (Emission offset)Defined 16-county area in Western PA and Southwestern PA5/20/77
7/15/77
10/6/77, 42 FR 5441752.1120(c)(15), 52.2054.
Particulate matter SIPAllegheny County—Clairton PM10 nonattainment area1/6/949/8/98, 63 FR 4743452.2059.
Small Business Assistance ProgramStatewide2/1/931/6/95, 60 FR 173852.2060.
Source Testing ManualAllegheny County9/10/7910/21/81, 46 FR 5160752.2063(c)(4).
Ozone Nonattainment PlanStatewide4/24/795/20/80, 46 FR 3360752.2063(c)(22).
Non-regulatory measuresSouthwest Pa. AQCR9/17/795/20/80, 46 FR 3360752.2063(c)(30).
Air Quality Monitoring NetworkStatewide (except Allegheny County)1/25/808/5/81, 46 FR 3982252.2063(c)(34).
Attainment plan for sulfur dioxideArmstrong County4/9/818/18/81, 46 FR 4342352.2063(c)(36).
Air Quality Monitoring NetworkAllegheny County12/24/809/15/81, 46 FR 4576252.2063(c)(38).
Expanded Ridesharing ProgramMetro. Philadelphia AQCR12/9/8110/7/82, 47 FR 4425952.2063(c)(46).
Lead (Pb) SIPAllegheny County9/6/832/6/84, 49 FR 437952.2063(c)(59).
Lead (Pb) SIPPhiladelphia8/29/83
5/15/84
8/1/84, 49 FR 3069652.2063(c)(61).
Lead (Pb) SIPStatewide (except Philadelphia and Allegheny Counties)9/30/82
6/8/84
7/27/84, 49 FR 3017952.2063(c)(62).
Ozone and Carbon Monoxide PlanMetro. Philadelphia AQCR6/30/82
10/24/83
2/26/85, 45 FR 777252.2063(c)(63).
Ozone and Carbon Monoxide PlanSouthwestern Pa AQCR6/30/82
10/24/83
2/26/85, 45 FR 777252.2063(c)(63).
Ozone and Carbon Monoxide PlanAllentown-Bethlehem-Easton Air Basin6/30/82
10/24/83
2/26/85, 45 FR 777252.2063(c)(63).
Carbon Monoxide Maintenance PlanPhiladelphia County9/8/95, 10/30/951/30/96, 61 FR 298252.2063(c)(105).
   9/3/044/04/05, 70 FR 16958Revised Carbon Monoxide Maintenance Plan Base Year Emissions Inventory using MOBILE6.
   3/19/0710/5/07, 72 FR 56911Conversion of the Carbon Monoxide Maintenance Plan to a Limited Maintenance Plan Option.
Source Testing ManualStatewide11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 3959752.2063(c)(110)(i)(D); cross-referenced in Section 139.5.
Continuous Source Testing ManualStatewide11/26/947/30/96, 61 FR 3959752.2063(c)(110) (i)(D); cross-referenced in Section 139.5.
Ozone Maintenance PlanReading Area (Berks County)1/28/975/7/97, 62 FR 2484652.2063(c)(123).
   12/09/032/26/04, 68 FR 882452.2063(c)(222).
Ozone Maintenance PlanPittsburgh-Beaver Valley Ozone Nonattainment Area5/21/0110/19/01, 66 FR 5309452.2063(c)(188).
   4/11/038/5/03, 68 FR 4609952.2063(c)(210).
   4/22/0412/10/04, 69 FR 7121252.2063(c)(226).
Carbon Monoxide Maintenance PlanCity of Pittsburgh—Central Business District & Oakland8/17/0111/12/02 67 FR 6852152.2063(c)(189).
   7/18/12; 11/26/133/27/14, 79 FR 17054Limited maintenance plan covering the 10-year period through 2022.
PM10 Maintenance PlanAllegheny County—Clairton PM10 nonattainment area9/14/029/11/03, 68 FR 5351552.2063(c)(215).
Sulfur Dioxide Maintenance PlanAllegheny County—sulfur dioxide area defined in 40 CFR 81.3398/15/037/21/04, 69 FR 4352252.2063(c)(216)(i)(B).
Sulfur Dioxide Maintenance PlanConewego, Pleasant, and Glade Townships; City of Warren (Warren Co.)5/7/047/1/04, 69 FR 3986052.2063(c)(224).
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryLancaster Area (Lancaster County)9/20/06
11/08/06
7/6/07, 72 FR 36889.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryTioga County9/28/06, 11/14/067/6/07, 72 FR 36892
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryFranklin County Area (Franklin County)9/20/06
11/08/06
7/25/07, 72 FR 40746.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryHarrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle, PA: Cumberland County, Dauphin County, Lebanon County, Perry County3/27/077/25/07, 72 FR 40749.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryJohnstown (Cambria County)3/27/078/1/07, 72 FR 41903Correction Notice published 3/4/08, 73 FR 11560.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryBlair County2/8/078/1/07, 72 FR 41906
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryReading Area (Berks County)1/25/078/24/07
72 FR 41906
Correction Notice published 1/14/08, 73 FR 2162.
7/22/133/31/14, 79 FR 17875Revised 2009 and 2018 Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets. Revised 2009 and 2018 point and area source inventories. See sections 52.2043 and 52.2052.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryErie County4/24/0710/9/07, 72 FR 57207Correction Notices published 1/14/08, 73 FR 2162; and 3/4/08, 73 FR 11560.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryMercer County3/27/0710/19/07, 72 FR 59213Correction Notices published 1/14/08, 73 FR 2162; and 3/4/08, 73 FR 11560.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryState College (Centre County)6/12/0711/14/07, 72 FR 63990.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryScranton/Wilkes-Barre Area: Lackawanna, Luzerne, Monroe and Wyoming Counties6/12/0711/14/07, 72 FR 64948
   4/21/088/11/09, 74 FR 40083.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the York-Adams, PA AreaYork-Adams Counties Area6/14/071/14/08, 73 FR 2163
   5/23/088/13/09, 74 FR 40747.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryAllentown-Bethlehem-Easton Area: Carbon, Lehigh and Northampton Counties6/26/073/4/08 73 FR 11557Technical correction dated 8/9/07 addresses omitted emissions inventory information from 6/26/07 submittals.
   3/7/145/16/14 [79 FR 28435]Revised 2009 and 2018 Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets. Revised 2009 and 2018 point source inventories. See sections 52.2043 and 52.2052.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventoryWayne County12/17/076/6/08, 73 FR 32238.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventoryWarren County12/17/076/30/08, 73 FR 36802
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventoryColumbia County12/17/077/2/08, 73 FR 37840.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventorySusquehanna County12/17/077/2/08, 73 FR 37841.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventoryCrawford County12/17/077/2/08, 73 FR 37843.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventorySomerset County12/17/077/2/08, 73 FR 37844.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventorySnyder County12/17/077/18/08, 73 FR 41271.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventoryJuniata County12/17/077/18/08, 73 FR 41272.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventoryLawrence County12/17/077/18/08, 73 FR 41274.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventoryNorthumberland County12/17/077/18/08, 73 FR 41275.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventoryPike County12/17/077/21/08, 73 FR 42263.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base-Year InventorySchuylkill County12/17/078/8/08, 73 FR 46200.
2002 Base-Year InventoryPittsburgh-Beaver Valley Nonattainment Area: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington, and Westmoreland counties4/26/0711/17/08, 73 FR 67776The SIP effective date is 12/17/08.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryGreene County1/25/07, 5/23/083/19/09, 74 FR 11671.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryClearfield/Indiana Area: Clearfield and Indiana Counties6/14/07, 5/23/083/19/09, 74 FR 11677.
Transportation Conformity RequirementsEntire State5/29/084/29/09, 74 FR 19451Memoranda of Understanding between EPA, FHWA, FTA, Pennsylvania, Virginia, and eighteen Metropolitan and Rural Planning Organizations.
Reasonable Further Progress Plan (RFP), Reasonably Available Control Measures, and RFP Contingency MeasuresPennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-DE-MD-NJ 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area8/29/07, 12/10/09, 4/12/10)2/7/11, 76 FR 6559
2002 Base Year Emissions Inventory for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC), Nitrogen Oxides (NOX), and Carbon Monoxide (CO)Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-DE-MD-NJ 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area8/29/07, 12/10/09, 4/12/102/7/11, 76 FR 6559
2008 RFP Transportation Conformity Motor Vehicle Emission BudgetsPennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-DE-MD-NJ 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area8/29/07, 12/10/09, 4/12/102/7/11, 76 FR 6559
Revision of the Quality Assurance Protocol for the Safety Inspection Program in Non-I/M CountiesNon-I/M Program Region, Counties of: Adams, Armstrong, Bedford, Bradford, Butler, Cameron, Carbon, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Columbia, Crawford, Elk, Fayette, Forest, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Huntingdon, Indiana, Jefferson, Juniata, Lawrence, McKean, Mifflin, Monroe, Montour, Northumberland, Perry, Pike, Potter, Schuylkill, Snyder, Somerset, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Union, Venango, Warren, Wayne, and Wyoming5/22/096/6/11, 76 FR 32321Applicable to SIP-approved safety inspection program regulation for non-I/M counties at Title 67, Part 1, Chapter 175.
Regional Haze PlanStatewide12/20/107/13/12, 77 FR 41279§52.2042; Limited Approval.
12/20/104/30/14, 79 FR 24340Reissuing of Limited Approval.
1997 PM2.5 NAAQS Attainment Demonstration, 2002 Base Year Emissions Inventory, Contingency Measures and Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets for 2009Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE PM2.5 Nonattainment Area4/12/10, 8/3/12, 1/29/138/27/12, 77 FR 51930, 4/3/13, 78 FR 19991Revised 2009 Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets. The SIP effective date is April 3, 2013.
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 8-Hour Ozone NAAQSStatewide12/7/07, 6/6/089/25/12, 77 FR 58955This action addresses the following CAA elements or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQSStatewide12/7/07, 6/6/08, 4/26/109/25/12, 77 FR 58955This action addresses the following CAA elements or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2006 PM2.5 NAAQSStatewide4/26/10, 5/24/119/25/12, 77 FR 58955This action addresses the following CAA elements or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D), E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
2002 Base Year Emissions Inventory for the 1997 fine particulate matter (PM2.5 ) standardPittsburgh-Beaver Valley, PA11/10/0912/13/12, 77 FR 7411552.2036(p)
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 8-Hour Ozone NAAQSAllegheny County7/1/082/28/13, 78 FR 13493This action addresses the PSD related elements of the following CAA requirements: 110(a)(2)(C), (D)(i)(II), and (J)
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQSAllegheny County7/1/082/28/13, 78 FR 13493This action addresses the PSD related elements of the following CAA requirements: 110(a)(2)(C), (D)(i)(II), and (J)
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2006 PM2.5 NAAQSAllegheny County7/1/082/28/13, 78 FR 13493This action addresses the PSD related elements of the following CAA requirements: 110(a)(2)(C), (D)(i)(II), and (J)
RACT under the 8-hour ozone NAAQSAllegheny County5/5/096/10/13, 78 FR 34584
RACT under the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQSPhiladelphia County9/29/06
6/22/10
12/13/13, 78 FR 75902Conditional approval. See §52.2023(l).
2002 Base Year Emissions Inventory for the 1997 Annual PM2.5 NAAQSLiberty-Clairton PM2.5 Nonattainment Area6/17/111/2/14, 79 FR 5452.2036(q).
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryLancaster Area (Lancaster County)9/20/06; 11/8/067/6/07; 72 FR 36889
11/29/1212/26/13,78 FR 78263Revised 2009 and 2018 Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets. Revised 2009 and 2018 point source inventory. See sections 52.2043 and 52.2052.
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2008 Pb NAAQSStatewide5/24/124/7/2014, 79 FR 19001This rulemaking action addresses the following CAA elements: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(i)(I), (D)(i)(II), (D)(ii), (E)(i), (E)(iii), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).

(2) EPA-Approved Source-Specific Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) Requirements for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX) Not Incorporated by Reference

Name of source Permit No.County State
submittal
date
EPA approval date Additional explanation/§52.2063 citation
USX Corp./US Steel Group-Fairless Hills09-0006Bucks8/11/95,
11/15/95
4/9/96, 61 FR 1570952.2036(b); 52.2037(c); source shutdown date is 8/1/91.
General Glass—Jeannette65-0675Westmoreland7/5/9505/16/96
61 FR 24727
52.2036(c); 52.2037(d).
Sharon Steel Company43-0017Mercer12/8/9512/20/96
61 FR 67275
52.2036(f); 52.2037(e).
R. R. Donnelley and Sons Co.—Lancaster East Plant36-2027Lancaster9/20/9507/21/97
62 FR 33891
52.2036(j).
Rockwell Heavy Vehicle, Inc.-New Castle Forge Plant37-065Lawrence4/8/984/16/99, 64 FR 1881852.2036(k); source shutdown date is 4/1/93.
Pennsylvania Electric Co.—(PENELEC)—Williamsburg Station07-2006Blair8/1/9512/20/96
61 FR 67275
52.2037(f); 52.2063(c)(113)(i)(A) & (ii)(A).
Caparo Steel Company43-0285Mercer12/8/9512/20/96
61 FR 67275
52.2037(g).
Mercersburg Tanning Co.28-2008Franklin4/26/953/12/97, 62 FR 1107952.2037(h); 52.2063(c)(114)(i)(A)(3) & (ii)(A).
Duquesne Light Co.—Brunot Island Station214Allegheny3/5/0110/18/01
66 FR 52867
52.2063(c)(161)(ii)(A).
Duquesne Light Co.—Phillips Station212Allegheny4/15/9910/18/01
66 FR 52867
52.2063(c)(161)(ii)(B).

[70 FR 9452, Feb. 25, 2005]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.2020, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

§52.2021   Classification of regions.

The Pennsylvania plan was evaluated on the basis of the following classifications:

Air quality control regionPollutant
Particulate matterSulfur oxidesNitrogen dioxideCarbon monoxideOzone (hydrocarbons)
Metropolitan Philadelphia InterstateIIIIIII
Northeast Pennsylvania-Upper Delaware Valley InterstateIIIIIIIIIIII
South Central Pennsylvania IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIII
Central Pennsylvania IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIII
Southwest Pennsylvania IntrastateIIIIIII
Northwest Pennsylvania-Youngstown InterstateIIIIIIIIIIII

[37 FR 10889, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16347, May 8, 1974; 45 FR 33627, May 20, 1980]

§52.2022   [Reserved]

§52.2023   Approval status.

(a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator approves Pennsylvania's plan for attainment and maintenance of the national standards.

(b) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator approves Pennsylvania's plan for the attainment and maintenance of the national ambient air quality standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, the Administrator finds that the plan satisfies all requirements of part D, Title 1, of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1977.

(c) -(k) [Reserved]

(l) EPA conditionally approves Philadelphia County's reasonably available control technology (RACT) demonstration under the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS, as provided in SIP revisions submitted on September 29, 2006 and June 22, 2010. Pursuant to section 110(k)(4) of the CAA, this conditional approval is based upon an April 26, 2013 letter from Pennsylvania on behalf of Philadelphia County committing to submit to EPA, no later than twelve months from EPA's final conditional approval, additional SIP revisions to address the deficiencies in the current RACT demonstration for Philadelphia County. The SIP revisions, to be submitted by Pennsylvania on behalf of Philadelphia County, will address source-specific RACT determinations for ten (10) major sources in Philadelphia County and will include a certification that previously adopted source-specific RACT controls approved by EPA in Pennsylvania's SIP under the 1-hour ozone NAAQS for the remaining sources in Philadelphia County (as listed in 40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)) continue to adequately represent RACT for the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.

[38 FR 32893, Nov. 28, 1973, as amended at 45 FR 33627, May 20, 1980; 51 FR 18440, May 20, 1986; 53 FR 31330, Aug. 18, 1988; 59 FR 6220, Feb. 10, 1994; 59 FR 30304, June 13, 1994; 60 FR 47085, Sept. 11, 1995; 61 FR 16062, Apr. 11, 1996; 63 FR 13794, Mar. 23, 1998; 63 FR 23673, Apr. 30, 1998; 67 FR 68941, Nov. 14, 2002; 73 FR 62893, Oct. 22, 2008; 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013; 78 FR 75904, Dec. 13, 2013]

§§52.2024--52.2025   [Reserved]

§52.2026   [Reserved]

§52.2027   Approval status of Pennsylvania's Generic NOX and VOC RACT Rules.

(a) Effective November 15, 2001, EPA removes the limited nature of its approval of 25 PA Code of Regulations, Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 (see §52.2020 (c)(129)) as those regulations apply to the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area. Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 of Pennsylvania's regulations are fully approved as they apply in Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties, the seven counties that comprise the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area.

(b) Effective November 29, 2001, EPA removes the limited nature of its approval of 25 PA Code of Regulations, Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 [see §52.2020 (c)(129)] as those regulations apply to the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton area. Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 of Pennsylvania's regulations are fully approved as they apply in Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties, the five counties that comprise the Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia area.

(c) Effective November 21, 2008, EPA removes the limited nature of its approval of 25 PA Code of Regulations, Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 as those regulations apply to the following areas: Adams, Bedford, Berks, Blair, Bradford, Cambria, Cameron, Carbon, Centre, Clarion, Clearfield, Clinton, Columbia, Crawford, Cumberland, Dauphin, Elk, Erie, Forest, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Huntington, Indiana, Jefferson, Juniata, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lawrence, Lebanon, Lehigh, Luzerne, Lycoming, McKean, Mercer, Mifflin, Monroe, Montour, Northampton, Northumberland, Perry, Pike, Potter, Schuylkill, Snyder, Somerset, Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Union, Venango, Warren, Wayne, Wyoming, and York Counties.

[66 FR 52534, Oct. 16, 2001, as amended at 66 FR 54699, Oct. 30, 2001; 73 FR 62893, Oct. 22, 2008]

§§52.2028-52.2033   [Reserved]

§52.2033   Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.

(a) [Reserved]

(b) EPA approves the attainment demonstration State Implementation Plan for the Conewango Township, Pleasant Township, Glade Township, and City of Warren area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on December 26, 2001.

(c) EPA approves the attainment demonstration State Implementation Plan for the Hazelwood and Monongahela River Valley areas of the Allegheny County Air Basin in Allegheny County, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on August 15, 2003.

[38 FR 7459, Mar. 22, 1973, as amended at 68 FR 2459, Jan. 17, 2003; 69 FR 43524, July 21, 2004; 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013]

§52.2034   [Reserved]

§52.2035   Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) Program.

On September 23, 1994 Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental Resources (now known as the Department of Environmental Protection) submitted a plan for the establishment and implementation of a Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) Program as a state implementation plan (SIP) revision, as required by section 182(c)(1) of the Clean Air Act. EPA approved the Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) Program on September 11, 1995 and made it part of Pennsylvania SIP. As with all components of the SIP, Pennsylvania must implement the program as submitted and approved by EPA.

[60 FR 47084, Sept. 11, 1995]

§52.2036   Base year emissions inventory.

(a) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan the 1990 base year carbon monoxide emission inventory for Philadelphia County, submitted by the Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, on September 8, 1995 and October 30, 1995. This submittal consists of the 1990 base year stationary, area, non-road mobile and on-road mobile emission inventories in Philadelphia County for the pollutant carbon monoxide (CO).

(b) The U.S. Steel—Fairless Hills 1990 VOC and NOX emissions for six emission units (no. 3 blast furnace, no.1 open hearth furnace, no. 1 soaking pits and no. 2 soaking pits (units 1-8 and units 9-16), and 80 in. hot strip mill), submitted August 11, 1995, are approved. U.S. Steel—Fairless Hills is located in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, which is part of the Philadelphia severe ozone nonattainment area. The VOC and NOX 1990 emissions from the no. 3 blast furnace are zero for both pollutants. The VOC and NOX 1990 emissions from the no. 1 open hearth furnace are 6.9 TPY and 455.5 TPY, respectively. The VOC and NOX emissions from the no. 1 soaking pits are 6.6 TPY and 91.8 TPY, respectively. The VOC and NOX emissions from the no. 2 soaking pits (units 1-8) are 1.10 TPY and 21.0 TPY, respectively. The VOC and NOX emissions from the no. 2 soaking pits (units 9-16) are 1.10 TPY and 21.0 TPY, respectively. The VOC and NOX emissions from the 80 in. hot strip mill are 1.9 TPY and 688.6 TPY, respectively.

(c) The 1990 NOX emissions for the no. 2 glass melting furnace at the General Glass—Jeannette plant, located in Westmoreland County, Pennsylvania is 508.2 tons per year. Westmoreland County is part of the Pittsburgh moderate ozone nonattainment area. The 1990 NOX emissions for the four kilns (no. 1 through 4) is 11.8 tons per year. This facility does not contain any other NOX emitting units.

(d) EPA grants full approval to the 1990 VOC emission inventory for the Pittsburgh ozone nonattainment area, which was provided by Pennsylvania as an element of a March 22, 1996 submittal of the 15 Percent Rate-of-Progress Plan for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment area. Supplemental 1990 VOC inventory information and estimates were submitted by the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection on February 19, 1997 and on July 22, 1998, as formal amendments to the Pittsburgh 15 Percent Plan for Pittsburgh. EPA grants full approval to the final 1990 VOC emissions inventory estimates contained in Pennsylvania's July 22, 1998 SIP revision (which serves to supplement the 1990 VOC inventory information contained in Pennsylvania's March 22, 1996 and February 19, 1997 Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 15% plan SIP revisions). The approved plan contains 1990 base year point, area, highway, and non-road mobile VOC emissions estimates for the 7-county Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment area (Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties).

(e) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan (SIP) the 1990 base year emission inventories for the Reading, Pennsylvania area (Berks County) submitted by the Secretary of the Environment, on January 28, 1997. This submittal consists of the 1990 base year point, area, non-road mobile, biogenic and on-road mobile source emission inventories in the area for the following pollutants: volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxides of nitrogen (NOX).

(f) Sharon Steel Company 1990 VOC and NOX emissions for three emission units (Blast Furnace Operations, Basic Oxygen Furnace Shop, Blast Furnace Casthouse), submitted June 10, 1996, are approved. Sharon Steel Company is located in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, which is in a marginal ozone nonattainment area. The 1990 VOC and NOX emissions from the Blast Furnace Operations (flame suppression, heaters and torpedo cars, flare stack, tuyeres) are 0.4 TPY and 49.3 TPY, respectively. The 1990 VOC and NOX emissions from the Basic Oxygen Furnace Shop (scrap preheating, ladle preheating and heaters) are 1.4 TPY and 39.6 TPY, respectively. The 1990 VOC and NOX emissions from the Blast Furnace Casthouse are 205.4 TPY and 11.0 TPY, respectively.

(g)-(h) [Reserved]

(i) The 1990 VOC emission inventory for the Philadelphia ozone nonattainment area, submitted on September 12, 1996 by Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, is approved, with the exception of the revisions to the emission inventory for those sources at United States Steel—Fairless that were approved in §52.2036 (b) on April 9, 1996.

(j) EPA is approving Pennsylvania's request that the 1990 emissions inventory for VOCs from R.R. Donnelley & Sons—East Plant be corrected to accurately reflect the 1990 emissions. The 1990 baseyear VOC emissions inventory will be corrected to 864 tons. Justification for the change in VOC emissions is described as follows:

(1) For rotogravure operations, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company (East Plant) initially assumed a 5% retention of solvent in the web, and then revised their assumption to 2% based on the amount of solvent actually being recovered by the six bed carbon adsorption system. Based on VOC emissions data submitted to PADEP for the year 1990, the actual VOC emissions from rotogravure operations was 794.51 tons. The figures were taken from data submitted to PADEP from the facility dated May 6, 1996 (subsequently submitted to EPA from PADEP via letter dated December 13, 1996).

(2) For heatset web offset lithographic operations, boilers, and associated solvent cleaning equipment, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company provided data calculating estimates for actual 1990 VOC emissions of 69.83 tons. The figures were taken from the facility's RACT proposal submitted to PADEP dated March 29, 1995.

(k) Rockwell Heavy Vehicle, Inc., New Castle Forge Plant, Lawrence County—On April 8, 1998 the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection requested that EPA include the CO, VOC and NOX emissions from this facility in the 1990 base year emission inventory. The CO, VOC and NOX emissions from the natural gas units and the spray booth of this facility are hereby approved as part of the 1990 point source inventory. The 1990 CO, VOC and NOX emissions from the natural gas units are 8.3 TPY, 1.2 TPY and 64.2 TPY, respectively. The 1990 VOC emissions from the spray booth is 12.1 TPY.

(l) EPA approves, as a revision to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan, the 1990 NOx emission inventory for the Philadelphia area, submitted on July 31, 1998 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection. The submittal consists of 1990 base year point, area, highway, and non-road mobile NOx emissions inventories for the five-county Philadelphia area (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties).

(m) EPA approves the 1990 NOX base year emission inventory for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on March 22, 1996 and supplemented on February 18, 1997.

(n) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania SIP the 1990 base year CO emissions inventory for Southwestern Pennsylvania, including Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington and Westmoreland counties, submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on November 12, 1992, and as revised on August 17, 2001. This submittal consists of the 1990 base year inventory for point, area, off-road, and highway emissions for these counties, for the pollutant CO.

(o) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan the 2002 base year emissions inventories for the Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-DE-MD-NJ 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on August 29, 2007 (as formally amended by Pennsylvania on December 10, 2009 and on April 12, 2010). This submittal consists of the 2002 base year point, area, non-road mobile, and on-road mobile source emission inventories for this area, for the following pollutants: Volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen oxides (NOX).

(p) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan the 2002 base year emissions inventory for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 1997 fine particulate matter (PM2.5) nonattainment area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on November 10, 2009. The base year emissions inventory includes emissions estimates that cover the general source categories of point sources, area sources, on-road mobile sources, and non-road mobile sources. The pollutants that comprise the inventory are PM2.5, coarse particles (PM10), nitrogen oxides (NOX), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), ammonia (NH3), and sulfur dioxide (SO2).

(q) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan the 2002 base year emissions inventory for the Liberty-Clairton 1997 annual fine particulate matter (PM2.5) nonattainment area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on June 17, 2011. The base year emissions inventory includes emissions estimates that cover the general source categories of point sources, area sources, on-road mobile sources, and non-road mobile sources. The pollutants that comprise the inventory are PM2.5, nitrogen oxides (NOX), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), ammonia (NH3), and sulfur dioxide (SO2).

[61 FR 2931, Jan. 30, 1996, as amended at 61 FR 15713, Apr. 9, 1996; 61 FR 24709, May 16, 1996; 61 FR 67232, Dec. 20, 1996; 62 FR 24834, May 7, 1997; 62 FR 31349, June 9, 1997; 62 FR 38917, July 21, 1997; 64 FR 18821, Apr. 16, 1999; 64 FR 32425, June 17, 1999; 66 FR 17638, Apr. 3, 2001; 66 FR 53106, Oct. 19, 2001; 67 FR 68525, Nov. 12, 2002; 76 FR 6561, Feb. 7, 2010; 77 FR 74116, Dec. 13, 2012; 79 FR 57, Jan. 2, 2014]

§52.2037   Control strategy plans for attainment and rate-of-progress: Ozone.

Link to an amendment published at 79 FR 34435, June 17, 2014.

(a) [Reserved]

(b)(1) [Reserved]

(2) Determination—EPA has determined that, as of July 19, 1995, the Reading ozone nonattainment area has attained the ozone standard and that the reasonable further progress and attainment demonstration requirements of section 182(b)(1) and related requirements of section 172(c)(9) of the Clean Air Act do not apply to this area for so long as the area does not monitor any violations of the ozone standard. If a violation of the ozone NAAQS is monitored in the Reading ozone nonattainment area, these determinations shall no longer apply.

(c) VOC and NOX RACT determination for six emission units at U.S. Steel—Fairless: no. 3 blast furnace, no. 1 open hearth furnace, no. 1 soaking pits, no. 2 soaking pits (units 1-8), no. 2 soaking pits (units 9-16), 80 in. hot strip mill. The NOX RACT determination for all the soaking pits and the 80 in. hot strip mill is low excess air (LEA), which is expected to result in a 13.5% emission reduction. NOX RACT for the other sources is determined to be good operating practices to minimize NOX emissions. VOC RACT for all the above sources is determined to be good operating practices to minimize VOC emissions.

(d) NOX RACT determination for the no. 2 glass melting furnace and the four kilns at the General Glass—Jeannette plant, which manufactured flat glass, is the current operation, consisting of no additional controls.

(e) Sharon Steel Company—VOC and NOX RACT determination for three emission units at Sharon Steel Company, not covered by plan approval PA 43-017: Blast Furnace Operations (flame suppression, heaters and torpedo cars, tuyeres), Basic Oxygen Furnace Shop (scrap preheating, ladle preheating and heaters), Blast Furnace Casthouse. NOX RACT for the Blast Furnace Operations is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that NOX emissions do not exceed: 100 pounds of NOX per million cubic feet (lb NOX/MMft3) of natural gas and 10.69 tons of NOX per year (TPY) for flame suppression, heaters, and torpedo cars; and 140 lb NOX/MMft3 of natural gas and 0.6 TPY for tuyeres. VOC RACT for the Blast Furnace Operations is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that VOC emissions do not exceed: 3.8 lb VOC/MMft3 of natural gas and 0.41 TPY for flame suppression, heaters and torpedo cars; and 2.8 lb VOC/MMft3 of natural gas and 0.01 TPY for tuyeres. NOX RACT for the Basic Oxygen Furnace Shop is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that NOX emissions do not exceed: 100 lb NOX/MMft3 of natural gas and 1.1 TPY for scrap preheating; and 140 lb NOX/MMft3 of natural gas and 10.8 TPY for ladle preheating and heaters. VOC RACT for the Basic Oxygen Furnace Shop is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that VOC emissions do not exceed: 3.8 lb VOC/MMft3 of natural gas and 0.04 TPY for scrap preheating; and 2.8 lb VOC/MMft3 of natural gas and 0.22 TPY for ladle preheating and heaters. NOX RACT for the Blast Furnace Casthouse is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that NOX emissions do not exceed 0.03 lb NOX/ton of steel processed and 11.0 TPY.

(f) Pennsylvania Electric Company—Williamsburg Station—VOC and NOX RACT determination for three emission units at Pennsylvania Electric Company (Penelec)—Williamsburg Station: unit #1 boiler, auxiliary boiler, fugitive VOC sources. NOX and VOC RACT for the unit #11 boiler is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that emissions limits shall be 21.7 pounds of NOX per ton of coal fired (lb/ton) and 0.1459 lb/MMBtu of No. 2 oil fired with annual fuel usage records, and no more than 867 tons per year (TPY) of NOX and 3 TPY of VOC. NOX and VOC RACT for the auxiliary boiler is determined to be the requirements of 25 Pa Code 129.93 (c)(1), pertaining to units with individual rated gross heat inputs less than 20 million British thermal units per hour (MMBtu/hr) of operation maintenance and operation in accordance with manufacturer's specifications, and the units are operated using good air pollution control practices.

(g) Caparo Steel Company—VOC and NOX RACT determination for four emission units at Caparo Steel Company, not covered by operating permit OP 43-285: Package boilers, BW boiler #1, BW boiler #2, and BW boiler #3. NOX RACT for the package boilers is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that NOX emissions do not exceed 550 pounds of NOX per million cubic feet (lb NOX/MMft3) of natural gas and 529.82 tons of NOX per year (TPY). VOC RACT for the package boilers is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that VOC emissions do not exceed 1.4 lb VOC/MMft3 of natural gas and 1.35 TPY. NOX RACT for each of the BW boilers is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that NOX emissions do not exceed 23 lb NOX/MMft3 of BFG and 80.1 TPY.

(h) VOC RACT determination for four emission units at Mercersburg Tanning Company—Franklin County: Spray Lines 3 thru 7, Attic Line, Spray Lines A and B, Spray Line C. The VOC RACT determination is as follows: for Spray Lines 3 thru 7; all work transferred to Spray Lines A and B, for Attic Line; all work transferred to Spray Line C, for Spray Lines A and B; vented to a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) with required 100% capture efficiency and 97% destruction efficiency, for Spray Line C; coating restrictions of 3.5 lb VOC/gal (less water) on base coats and 2.8 lb VOC/gal (less water) on intermediate coats. VOC RACT for cleaning solvents associated with Lines A and B vented to RTO and water utilized as cleaning solvent for Line C.

(i)(1) EPA approves the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Post 1996 (ROP) plan SIP revision for milestone years 1999, 2002, and 2005 for the Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton severe ozone nonattainment area. These revisions were submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on April 30, 1998, July 31, 1998 and supplemented on February 25, 2000.

(2) EPA approves revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan, submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of the Environmental Protection on February 23, 2004. These revisions amend Pennsylvania's rate-of-progress (ROP) plan for year 2005 for its Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton 1-hour ozone nonattainment area. These revisions update the 2005 ROP plan's 1990 and 2005 motor vehicle emissions inventories and motor vehicle emissions budgets to reflect the use of the MOBILE6 emissions model, and establish revised motor vehicle emissions budgets of 79.69 tons per day (tpd) of volatile organic compounds and 144.73 tpd of nitrogen oxides.

(j) EPA approves the one hour ozone attainment demonstration SIP for the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on April 30, 1998, August 21, 1998, February 25, 2000 and July 19, 2001 including its RACM analysis and determination. EPA is approving the enforceable commitments made to the attainment plan for the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton severe ozone nonattainment area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on July 31, 1998, February 25, 2000 and July 19, 2001. The enforceable commitments are to:

(1) Submit measures by October 31, 2001 for additional emission reductions as required in the attainment demonstration test, and to revise the SIP and motor vehicle emissions budgets by October 31, 2001 if the additional measures affect the motor vehicle emissions inventory,

(2) [Reserved]

(3) Perform a mid-course review by December 31, 2003.

(k) EPA approves the following mobile budgets of the post-1996 rate of progress plans and the 2005 attainment plan:

Transportation Conformity Budgets for the Philadelphia Area

Type of control strategy
SIP
Year VOC
(tpd)
NOX
(tpd)
Date of adequacy determination or SIP
approval date
Post-1996 ROP Plan199988.6109.6June 23, 2000 (65 FR 36438, June 8, 2000).
Post-1996 ROP Plan200269.5293.13June 23, 2000 (65 FR 36438, June 8, 2000).
Post-1996 ROP Plan200579.69144.73June 21, 2004 (May 21, 2004, 69 FR 29240).
Attainment Demonstration200579.69144.73June 12, 2003 (68 FR 31700, May 28, 2003).

(1)-(2) [Reserved]

(l) EPA approves the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's revised 1990 and the 2005 VOC and NOX highway mobile emissions inventories and the 2005 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the 1-hour ozone attainment SIP for the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton severe ozone nonattainment area. These revisions were submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on January 17, 2003. Submission of these revised MOBILE6-based motor vehicle emissions inventories was a requirement of EPA's approval of the attainment demonstration under paragraph (j) of this section.

(m) Determination—EPA has determined that, as of July 27, 2007, the Franklin County ozone nonattainment area has attained the 1-hour ozone standard and that the following requirements of section 172(c)(2) of the Clean Air Act do not apply to this area for so long as the area does not monitor any violations of the 1-hour ozone standard of 40 CFR 50.9: the attainment demonstration and reasonably available control measure requirements of section 172(b)(1), the reasonable further progress requirement of section 172(b)(2), and the related contingency requirements of section 172(c)(9). If a violation of the 1-hour ozone NAAQS is monitored in the Franklin County 1-hour ozone nonattainment area, these determinations shall no longer apply.

(n) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2003 to 2005, EPA has determined that the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton severe 1-hour ozone nonattainment area attained the 1-hour ozone NAAQS by the applicable attainment date of November 15, 2005. EPA also has determined that the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton severe 1-hour ozone nonattainment area is not subject to the imposition of the section 185 penalty fees.

(o) EPA approves revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan consisting of the 2008 reasonable further progress (RFP) plan, reasonably available control measure demonstration, and contingency measures for the Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-DE-MD-NJ 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on August 29, 2007 (as formally amended by Pennsylvania on December 10, 2009 and April 12, 2010).

(p) EPA approves the following 2008 RFP motor vehicle emissions budgets (MVEBs) for the Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-DE-MD-NJ 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on August 29, 2007 (as formally amended by Pennsylvania on December 10, 2009):

Transportation Conformity Emissions Budgets for the Pennsylvania Portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-DE-MD-NJ Area

Type of control strategy SIPYearVOC (TPD)NOX (TPD)Effective date of adequacy determination or SIP approval
Rate of Progress Plan200861.09108.78January 5, 2009 (73 FR 77682), published December 19, 2008.

(q) Determination of attainment—In accordance with 40 CFR 51.918, EPA has determined that Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 8-hour ozone nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone standard and that certain requirements of section 172(c) of the Clean Air Act are suspended as long as the nonattainment area continues to meet the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS. This determination is based upon complete, quality assured, and certified ambient air monitoring data that show the area has monitored attainment of the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS for the 2007 to 2009 monitoring period. Complete, quality-assured air monitoring data for 2010 are consistent with continued attainment. This determination suspends the obligation of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to submit an attainment demonstration and associated reasonably available control measures (RACM), a reasonable further progress (RFP) plan, contingency measures, and other planning requirements related to attainment of the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS for the Pittsburgh Area for as long as the area continues to meet the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS. If a violation of the1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS is monitored in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 8-hour ozone nonattainment area, this determination shall no longer apply.

(r) Determination of attainment. EPA has determined, as of March 26, 2012, that based on 2008 to 2010 ambient air quality data, Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-NJ-MD-DE 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.918, suspends the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet the 1997 annual 8-hour ozone NAAQS.

(s) Determination of attainment. EPA has determined, as of April 4, 2013, that based on 2009 to 2011 ambient air quality data, the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley, PA moderate nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS). This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.918, suspends the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.

[46 FR 17553, Mar. 19, 1981]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.2037, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

§52.2038   Rate of Progress Plans: Ozone.

(a) EPA grants full approval to Pennsylvania's 15 Percent Rate of Progress Plan for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment area, submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on March 22, 1996, as formally revised on February 18, 1997 and on July 22, 1998.

(b) EPA grants full approval to the 15 Percent Rate of Progress Plan for Pennsylvania's portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton ozone nonattainment area. The area that is the subject of this action encompasses Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Philadelphia, and Montgomery Counties. The plan was formally submitted to EPA by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on September 12, 1996, and was formally revised on April 10, 1997 and June 5, 1998.

[66 FR 17638, Apr. 3, 2001, as amended at 66 FR 44548, Aug. 24, 2001]

§52.2039   Interstate transport.

The EPA has made a finding pursuant to section 126 of the Clean Air Act (the Act) that emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) from the Portland Generating Station in Northampton County, Upper Mount Bethel Township, Pennsylvania (Portland) significantly contribute to nonattainment and interfere with maintenance of the 1-hour SO2 national ambient air quality standard (NAAQS) in New Jersey. The owners and operators of Portland shall comply with the requirements in paragraphs (a) through (d) of this section.

(a) The owners and operators of Portland shall not, at any time later than one year after the effective date of the section 126 finding, emit SO2 (as determined in accordance with part 75 of this chapter) in excess of 6,253 pounds per hour (lb/hr) for unit 1 (identified with source ID 031 in Title V Permit No. 48-0006) and unit 2 (identified with source ID 032 in Title V Permit No. 48-0006) combined;

(b) The owners and operators of Portland shall not, at any time later than three years after the effective date of the section 126 finding, emit SO2 (as determined in accordance with part 75 of this chapter) in excess of the following limits:

(1) 1,105 lb/hr and 0.67 pounds per million British Thermal Unit (lb/mmBtu) for unit 1; and

(2) 1,691 lb/hr and 0.67 lb/mmBtu for unit 2.

(c) The owners and operators of Portland shall comply with the following requirements:

(1) Perform air modeling to demonstrate that, starting no later than three years after the effective date of the section 126 finding, emissions from Portland will not significantly contribute to nonattainment or interfere with maintenance of the 1-hour SO2 NAAQS in New Jersey, in accordance with the following requirements:

(i) No later than six months after the effective date of the section 126 finding, submit to the EPA a modeling protocol that is consistent with the EPA's Guideline on Air Quality Models, as codified at 40 CFR Part 51, Appendix W, and that includes all units at the Portland Generating Station in the modeling.

(ii) Within 15 business days of receipt of a notice from the EPA of any deficiencies in the modeling protocol under paragraph (d)(1)(i) of this section, submit to the EPA a revised modeling protocol to correct any deficiencies identified in such notice.

(iii) No later than one year after the effective date of the section 126 finding, submit to the EPA a modeling analysis, performed in accordance with the modeling protocol under paragraphs (c)(1)(i) and (c)(1)(ii) of this section, for the compliance methods identified in the notice required by paragraph (c)(2) of this section.

(2) No later than one year after the effective date of the section 126 finding, submit to the EPA the compliance method selected by the owners and operators of Portland to achieve the emissions limits in paragraph (b) of this section.

(3) Starting six months after the effective date of the section 126 finding and continuing every six months until three years after the effective date of the section 126 finding, submit to the EPA progress reports on the implementation of the methods to achieve compliance with emissions limits in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section, including status of design, technology selection, development of technical specifications, awarding of contracts, construction, shakedown, and compliance demonstrations as applicable. These reports shall include:

(i) An interim project report, no later than one year after the effective date of the section 126 finding, that demonstrates compliance with the emission limit in paragraph (a) of this section.

(ii) A final project report, submitted no later than 60 days after three years after the effective date of the section 126 finding, that demonstrates compliance with the emission limits in paragraph (b) of this section and that includes at least one month of SO2 emission data from Portland's continuous SO2 emission monitor, and that includes the date when full operation of controls was achieved at Portland after shakedown.

(4) The requirements in paragraphs (c)(1) and (c)(3) of this section shall not apply if the notice required by paragraph (c)(2) of this section indicates that the owners and operators of Portland have decided to completely and permanently cease operation of unit 1 and unit 2 as the method of compliance with paragraphs (a) and (b) and with section 126 of the Act.

(d) Compliance with the lb/mmBtu limitations in paragraph (b) of this section is determined on a 30 boiler operating day rolling average basis. Boiler operating day for the purposes of this paragraph means a 24-hour period between midnight and the following midnight during which any fuel is combusted in the units identified in paragraph (a) of this section.

[76 FR 69076, Nov. 7, 2011, as amended at 77 FR 26447, May 4, 2012]

§52.2040   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?

(a)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of Pennsylvania and for which requirements are set forth under the TR NOX Annual Trading Program in subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to Pennsylvania's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under §52.38(a), except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a)(1) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of Pennsylvania's SIP revision described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of TR NOX Annual allowances under subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of TR NOX Annual allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

(b)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of Pennsylvania and for which requirements are set forth under the TR NOX Ozone Season Trading Program in subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to Pennsylvania's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under §52.38(b), except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (b)(1) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of Pennsylvania's SIP revision described in paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of TR NOX Ozone Season allowances under subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of TR NOX Ozone Season allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48373, Aug. 8, 2011]

§52.2041   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

(a) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of Pennsylvania and for which requirements are set forth under the TR SO2 Group 1 Trading Program in subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to Pennsylvania's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under §52.39, except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of Pennsylvania's SIP revision described in paragraph (a) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of TR SO2 Group 1 allowances under subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of TR SO2 Group 1 allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48374, Aug. 8, 2011]

§52.2042   Visibility protection.

(a) Regional Haze. The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not met because the regional haze plan submitted by Pennsylvania on December 20, 2010, does not include fully approvable measures for meeting the requirements of 40 CFR 51.308(d)(3) and 51.308(e) with respect to emissions of NOX and SO2 from electric generating units. EPA has given limited approval and limited disapproval to the plan provisions addressing these requirements.

(b) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated With NOX. The deficiencies associated with NOX identified in EPA's limited disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by Pennsylvania on December 20, 2010, are satisfied §52.2040.

(c) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated With SO2. The deficiencies associated with SO2 identified in EPA's limited disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by Pennsylvania on December 20, 2010, are satisfied by §52.2041.

[77 FR 33658, June 7, 2012]

§52.2043   Control strategy for maintenance plans: ozone.

(a) As of December 26, 2013, EPA approves the following revised 2009 and 2018 point source inventory for nitrogen oxides (NOX) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) for the Lancaster 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:

Applicable geographic areaYearTons per day NOXTons per day VOCs
Lancaster 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area20093.25.5
Lancaster 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area20183.67.7

(b)(1) As of March 31, 2014, EPA approves the following revised 2009 and 2018 point source inventory for nitrogen oxides (NOX) for the Reading 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:

Applicable geographic areaYearTons per day NOX
Reading 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area200911.5
Reading 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area201812.6

(2) As of March 31, 2014, EPA approves the following revised 2009 and 2018 area source inventory for nitrogen oxides (NOX) for the Reading 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:

Applicable geographic areaYearTons per day NOX
Reading 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area20092.3
Reading 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area20182.1

(c) As of May 16, 2014, EPA approves the following revised 2009 and 2018 point source inventory for nitrogen oxides (NOX) for the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:

Applicable geographic areaYearTons per
day NOX
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area200927.0
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area201826.1

[78 FR 78265, Dec. 26, 2013, as amended at 79 FR 17877, Mar. 31, 2014; 79 FR 28438, May 16, 2014]

§§52.2044-52.2051   [Reserved]

§52.2052   Motor vehicle emissions budgets for Pennsylvania ozone areas.

(a) As of December 26, 2013, EPA approves the following revised 2009 and 2018 Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets (MVEBs) for nitrogen oxides (NOX) and volatile organic compounds (VOCs) for the Lancaster 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:

Applicable geographic areaYearTons per day NOXTons per day VOCs
Lancaster 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area200935.1814.29
Lancaster 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area201820.5710.14

(b) As of March 31, 2014, EPA approves the following revised 2009 and 2018 Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets (MVEBs) for nitrogen oxides (NOX) for the Reading 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:

Applicable geographic areaYearTons per day NOX
Reading 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area200929.0
Reading 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area201814.9

(c) As of May 16, 2014, EPA approves the following revised 2009 and 2018 Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets (MVEBs) for nitrogen oxides (NOX) for the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:

Applicable geographic areaYearTons per
day NOX
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area (Lehigh and Northampton Counties)200939.18
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area (Lehigh and Northampton Counties)201820.41
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area (Carbon County)20096.90
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area (Carbon County)20183.54

[78 FR 78266, Dec. 26, 2013, as amended at 79 FR 17878, Mar. 31, 2014; 79 FR 28438, May 16, 2014]

§52.2053   The Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets for the Pennsylvania Counties in the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE 1997 Fine Particulate Matter Nonattainment Area

As of April 3, 2013, EPA approves the following revised 2009 Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets (MVEBs) for fine particulate matter (PM2.5) and nitrogen oxides (NOX) for the Pennsylvania Counties in the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE 1997 PM2.5 Nonattainment Area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:

Applicable geographic areaYearTons per
year
NOX
Tons per
year
PM2.5
Pennsylvania Counties in the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE 1997 Fine Particulate Matter Nonattainment Area200957,218.31,907.5

[78 FR 19993, Apr. 3, 2013]

§52.2054   Control of asphalt paving material.

(a) Notwithstanding any provisions to the contrary in the Pennsylvania Implementation Plan, the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation shall restrict the annual usage of asphalts to the limits listed below in the following sixteen county area of Pennsylvania: Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Cambria, Clarion, Fayette, Green, Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, Mercer, Somerset, Venango, Washington, and Westmoreland Counties:

(1) No more than twenty percent of the total amount of liquid bituminous asphalt paving material used shall be cutback asphalt; and

(2) No more than 2,615,000 gallons of cutback asphalts shall be used, of which no more than 1,400,000 gallons may be used for dust palliative work on roadways and shoulders; and

(3) No more than 2,500,000 gallons total of emulsion Class E-4 and Class E-5 shall be used unless an equivalent reduction in the use of cutbacks is made to balance the additional hydrocarbon emissions from emulsions.

(b) The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is required to submit to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources, on a quarterly basis, reports which list for each of the affected counties the number of gallons of each class of asphalt used. The first quarterly reports will be submitted in October 1977 for the period between July 1, 1977, and September 30, 1977. Copies of all reports will also be forwarded to Region III, EPA.

[42 FR 54417, Oct. 6, 1977]

§52.2055   [Reserved]

§52.2056   Determinations of attainment.

(a) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle (Harrisburg) fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Harrisburg PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

(b) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Johnstown fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Johnstown PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

(c) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Lancaster fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Lancaster PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

(d) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the York fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the York PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

(e) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Reading fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Reading PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

(f) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2008 to 2010, EPA determined that Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-NJ-MD-DE 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area (the Philadelphia Area) attained the 1997 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of June 15, 2011. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 181(b)(2)(A) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Philadelphia Area nonattainment area will not be reclassified for failure to attain by its applicable attainment date under section 181(b)(2)(A).

(g) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

(h) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

(i) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007 to 2009, the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley, PA moderate nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS by the applicable attainment date of June 15, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 181(b)(2)(A) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley, PA moderate nonattainment area will not be reclassified for failure to attain by its applicable attainment date pursuant to section 181(b)(2)(A).

(j) EPA has determined, based on quality-assured air monitoring data for 2009-2011, that the Liberty-Clairton, PA fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of December 31, 2011. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement of CAA section 188(b)(2) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS.

[76 FR 45427, July 29, 2011, as amended at 77 FR 17344, Mar. 26, 2012; 77 FR 28785, May 15, 2012; 77 FR 62150, Oct. 12, 2012; 78 FR 20246, Apr. 4, 2013; 78 FR 63883, Oct. 25, 2013]

§52.2057   [Reserved]

§52.2058   Prevention of significant air quality deterioration.

(a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air Act are met by the regulations (25 PA Code §127.81 through 127.83) adopted by the Pennsylvania Environmental Resources on October 28, 1983. All PSD permit applications and requests for modifications thereto should be submitted to: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources, Bureau of Air Quality Control, P.O. Box 8468, 400 Market Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17105. ATTN: Abatement and Compliance Division.

(b) [Reserved]

[78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013]

§52.2059   Control strategy: Particulate matter.

(a) [Reserved]

(b) EPA approves the PM-10 attainment demonstration for the Liberty Borough Area of Allegheny County submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on January 6, 1994.

(c) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of August 25, 2008, the Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle, Pennsylvania nonattainment area for the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS has attained the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 52.1004(c), suspends the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration and associated reasonably available measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as the area continues to attain the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS.

(d) Determination of Clean Data. EPA has determined, as of September 25, 2009, the Johnstown (Cambria and Indiana Counties), Lancaster (Lancaster County), Reading (Berks County) and York (York County), Pennsylvania nonattainment areas have clean data for the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 52.1004(c), suspends the requirements for these areas to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as these areas continue to meet the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS.

(e) Determination of Clean Data. EPA has determined, as of March 29, 2012, that based on 2008 to 2010 ambient air quality data, the Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle-York, Allentown, Johnstown, and Lancaster nonattainment areas have attained the 24-hour 2006 PM2.5 NAAQS. These determinations, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.1004(c), suspend the requirements for these areas to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as these areas continue to meet the 24-hour 2006 PM2.5 NAAQS.

(f) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of May 16, 2012, that based on 2007 to 2009 and 2008 to 2010 ambient air quality data, the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE nonattainment area has attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.1004(c), suspends the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS.

(g) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of October 12, 2012, that based on 2008 to 2010 and 2009 to 2011 ambient air quality data, the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area has attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS). This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 52.1004(c), suspends the requirements for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley PM2.5 nonattainment area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS.

(h) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of January 7, 2013, that based on 2008 to 2010 and 2009 to 2011 ambient air quality data, the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE fine particulate matter (PM2.5) nonattainment area has attained the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS). This determination suspends the requirements for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to submit, for the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE PM2.5 area, an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS.

(i) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of October 25, 2013, based on quality-assured ambient air quality data for 2009 to 2011 and 2010 to 2012 ambient air quality data, that the Liberty-Clairton, PA nonattainment area has attained the 1997 annual fine particle (PM2.5) national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS). This determination suspends the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS. If EPA determines, after notice-and-comment rulemaking, that this area no longer meets the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS, the corresponding determination of attainment for that area shall be withdrawn.

(j) Determination of Clean Data. EPA has determined, as of May 2, 2014, that based on 2010-2012 ambient air quality data, the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley, Pennsylvania fine particulate matter (PM2.5) nonattainment area has attained the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) and approves the motor vehicle emission budgets used for transportation conformity purposes. This determination suspends the requirements for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley, Pennsylvania PM2.5 nonattainment area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS. If EPA determines, after notice-and-comment rulemaking, that this area no longer meets the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS, the corresponding determination of attainment for that area shall be withdrawn.

Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley's Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets for the 2006 PM2.5 NAAQS

Geographic areaYearPM2.5
(tons/year)
NOX
(tons/year)
Pittsburgh Area2011961.7128,973.05

[45 FR 33628, May 20, 1980, as amended at 63 FR 47436, Sept. 8, 1998; 73 FR 49950, Aug. 25, 2008; 74 FR 48864, Sept. 25, 2009; 77 FR 18923, Mar. 29, 2012; 77 FR 28785, May 15, 2012; 77 FR 62150, Oct. 12, 2012; 78 FR 885, Jan. 7, 2013; 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013; 78 FR 63883, Oct. 25,2013; 79 FR 25018, May 2, 2014]

§52.2060   Small Business Assistance Program.

On February 1, 1993, the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources submitted a plan for the establishment and implementation of the Small Business Assistance Program as a state implementation plan (SIP) revision, as required by Title V of the Clean Air Act Amendments. EPA approved the Small Business Assistance Program on March 6, 1995, and made it part of the Pennsylvania SIP. As with all components of the SIP, Pennsylvania must implement the program as submitted and approved by EPA.

[60 FR 1741, Jan. 5, 1995]

§52.2061   Operating permits.

(a) Emission limitations and related provisions which are established in Pennsylvania operating permits as federally enforceable conditions shall be enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the right to deem permit conditions not federally enforceable. Such a determination will be made according to appropriate procedures, and be based upon the permit, permit approval procedures, or permit requirements which do not conform with the operating permit program requirements or the requirements of EPA's underlying regulations.

(b) Emission limitations and related provisions which are established in Pennsylvania general operating permits as federally enforceable conditions shall be enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the right to deem general permit conditions not federally enforceable. Such a determination will be made according to appropriate procedures, and be based upon the general permit, general permit approval procedures, or general permit requirements which do not conform with the general operating permit program requirements or the requirements of EPA's underlying regulations.

[61 FR 39597, 39601, July 30, 1996]

§52.2062   Plan approvals.

(a) Emission limitations and related provisions which are established in Pennsylvania plan approvals as federally enforceable conditions shall be enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the right to deem plan approval conditions not federally enforceable. Such a determination will be made according to appropriate procedures, and be based upon the plan approval, the relevant approval procedures, or plan requirements which do not conform with the plan approval program requirements or the requirements of EPA's underlying regulations.

(b) Emission limitations and related provisions which are established in Pennsylvania general plan approvals as federally enforceable conditions shall be enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the right to deem general plan approval conditions not federally enforceable. Such a determination will be made according to appropriate procedures, and be based upon the general plan approval, the relevant approval procedures, or plan requirements which do not conform with the general plan approval program requirements or the requirements of EPA's underlying regulations.

[61 FR 39597, 39601, July 30, 1996]

§52.2063   Original identification of plan section.

(a) This section identifies the original “Air Implementation Plan for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania” and all revisions submitted by Pennsylvania that were federally approved prior to February 10, 2005. The information in this section is available in the 40 CFR, part 52, Volume 2 of 2 (§§52.1019 to the end of part 52) editions revised as of July 1, 2005 through July 1, 2011, and the 40 CFR, part 52, Volume 3 of 3 (§§52.2020 to the end of part 52) edition revised as of July 1, 2012.

(b) [Reserved]

[78 FR 60225, Oct. 1, 2013]

Subpart OO—Rhode Island

§52.2070   Identification of plan.

(a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State implementation plan for Rhode Island under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7401-7671q and 40 CFR part 51 to meet national ambient air quality standards.

(b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed as incorporated by reference in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section was approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. Material incorporated as it exists on the date of the approval, and notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal Register. Entries in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with EPA approval dates after October 15, 2008, will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2) EPA Region 1 certifies that the rules/regulations provided by EPA at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated State rules/regulations which have been approved as part of the State Implementation Plan as of October 15, 2008.

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the New England Regional Office of EPA at 5 Post Office Square—Suite 100, Boston, MA 02109-3912; the EPA, Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, Room Number 3334, EPA West Building, 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460, and the National Archives and Records Administration [NARA]. If you wish to obtain materials from a docket in the EPA Regional Office, please call telephone number (617) 918-1668; for material from a docket in EPA Headquarters Library, please call the Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) Docket/Telephone number (202) 566-1742. For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/code_of_federal_regulations/ibr_locations.html.

(c) EPA Approved regulations.

EPA-Approved Rhode Island Regulations

State citation Title/subject State effective date EPA approval date Explanations
Air Pollution Control General Definitions RegulationGeneral Definitions9/29/20103/13/2012, 77 FR 14691
Air Pollution Control Regulation 1Visible emissions2/22/19775/7/1981, 46 FR 25446
Air Pollution Control Regulation 2Handling of soft coal2/22/19775/7/1981, 46 FR 25446
Air Pollution Control Regulation 3Particulate emissions from industrial processes2/22/19775/7/1981, 46 FR 25446
Air Pollution Control Regulation 4Open fires2/22/19775/7/1981, 46 FR 25446
Air Pollution Control Regulation 5Fugitive dust2/22/19775/7/1981, 46 FR 25446
Air Pollution Control Regulation 6Continuous emission monitors11/22/19899/30/1991, 56 FR 49414RI Air Pollution Control Regulation Number 6 is also referred to by the title “Opacity Monitors”.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 7Emission of air contaminants detrimental to persons or property7/19/19775/7/1981, 46 FR 25446
Air Pollution Control Regulation 8Sulfur content of fuels5/2/19851/8/1986, 51 FR 755
Air Pollution Control Regulation 9Air pollution control permits1/31/201110/24/2013, 78 FR 63383Definitions of “Major modification”; “Significant”; and “Net emissions increase” are amended in Section 9.1. Definitions of “Regulated NSR pollutant”; “Significant emissions increase”; “Baseline actual emissions”; and “Subject to Regulation” are added to Section 9.1. Definition of “Major stationary source” is amended in Section 9.5.1(f). Definition of “PM2.5” is added to Section 9.1.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 10Air pollution episodes2/22/19775/7/1981, 46 FR 25446
Air Pollution Control Regulation 11Petroleum liquids marketing and storage1/31/199312/17/1993, 58 FR 65930
Air Pollution Control Regulation 12Incinerators4/22/19814/26/1982, 47 FR 17816
Air Pollution Control Revisions to Regulation 13Particulate emissions from fossil fuel fired steam or hot water generating units10/5/19823/29/1983, 48 FR 13026
Air Pollution Control Regulation 14Recordkeeping and reporting4/8/199612/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Definition of VOC revised.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 15Control of organic solvent emissions4/8/199612/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Limited approval. Applicability threshold decreased to 50 tpy. Definition of VOC revised. All of No. 15 is approved with the exception of 15.2.2 which Rhode Island did not submit as part of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 16Operation of air pollution control system2/22/19775/7/1981, 46 FR 25446
Air Pollution Control Regulation 17Odors2/22/19775/7/1981, 46 FR 25446
Air Pollution Control Regulation 18Control of Emissions from Organic Solvent CleaningWithdrawn12/2/1999, 64 FR 67495No. 18 is superseded by No. 36.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 19Control of Volatile Organic Compounds from Surface Coating Operations3/7/199612/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Definition of VOC revised. Wood products requirements deleted because state adopted new Regulation No. 35 which addresses wood products. Except 19.2.2.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 21Control of Volatile Organic Compounds from Printing Operations4/8/199612/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Applicability threshold decreased to 50 tpy. Definition of VOC revised. All of No. 21 is approved with the exception of Section 21.2.3 which the State did not submit as part of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 25Control of VOC Emissions from Cutback and Emulsified Asphalt11/12/20093/13/2012, 77 FR 14691All of No. 25 is approved with the exception of Section 25.2.3 which the state did not submit as part of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 26Control of Organic Solvent Emissions from Manufacture of Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products4/8/199612/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Definition of VOC revised. All of No. 26 is approved with the exception of 26.2.3 which the state did not submit as part of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 27Control of nitrogen oxide emissions1/16/19969/2/1997, 62 FR 46202
Air Pollution Control Regulation 29.3Emissions Caps4/28/19953/22/1996, 61 FR 11731This rule limits a source's potential to emit, therefore avoiding RACT, Title V Operating Permit.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 30Control of VOCs from Automotive Refinishing Operations4/8/199612/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Definition of VOC revised. All of No. 30 is approved with the exception of Section 30.2.2 which the state did not submit as part of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 31Control of VOCs from Commercial and Consumer Products6/4/20093/13/2012, 77 FR 14691All of No. 31 is approved with the exception of Sections 31.2.3 through 31.2.5 which deal with exemptions to the general provisions of the rule and were withdrawn by the state from consideration as part of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 32Control of VOCs from Marine Vessel Loading Operations4/8/199612/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Definition of VOC revised. All of No. 32 is approved with the exception of Section 32.2.2 which the state did not submit as part of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 33Control of VOCs from Architectural Coatings and Industrial Maintenance Coatings6/4/20093/13/2012, 77 FR 14691
Air Pollution Control Regulation 34Rhode Island Motor Vehicle Inspection/ Maintenance Program3/30/20002/9/2001, 66 FR 9661Department of Environmental Management regulation containing I/M standards.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 35Control of VOCs and Volatile Hazardous Air Pollutants from Wood Products Manufacturing Operations7/7/199612/2/1999, 64 FR 67495All of No. 35 is approved with the exception of Section 35.2.3 which the state did not submit as part of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 36Control of Emissions from Organic Solvent Cleaning10/9/20083/13/2012, 77 FR 14691Revised to incorporate solvent vapor pressure limit of 1.0 mm Hg to meet 8-hour ozone RACT. All of No. 36 is approved with the exception of Section 36.2.2 which the state did not submit as part of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 37Rhode Island's Low Emission Vehicle Program12/7/19993/9/2000, 65 FR 12476Includes National LEV as a compliance alternative.
Air Pollution Control Regulation 38Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Program6/10/19986/2/1999, 64 FR 29567
Air Pollution Control Regulation 41NOX Budget Trading Program10/1/199912/27/2000, 65 FR 81743
Air Pollution Control Regulation 45Rhode Island Diesel Engine Anti-Idling Program7/19/20073/27/2008, 73 FR 16203Limits idling for diesel on-highway and non-road engines.
Rhode Island Motor Vehicle Safety and Emissions Control Regulation No. 1Rhode Island Motor Vehicle Inspection/ Maintenance Program1/31/20012/9/2001, 66 FR 9661Department of Administration regulations for the I/M program.

(d) EPA-approved State Source specific requirements.

EPA-Approved Rhode Island Source Specific Requirements

Name of source Permit No.State effective date EPA approval date Explanations
Narragansett Electric Company South Street Station in ProvidenceA.H. File No. 83-12-AP8/29/19837/27/1984, 49 FR 30177Revisions to Air Pollution Control Regulation 8, “Sulfur Content of Fuels,” specifying maximum sulfur-in-coal limits (1.21 lbs/MMBtu on a 30-day rolling average and 2.31 lbs/MMBtu on a 24-hour average). These revisions approve Section 8.3.4, “Large Fuel Burning Devices Using Coal,” for South Street Station only.
Stanley Bostitch, Bostitch Division of TextronA.H. File No. 85-8-AP6/6/198512/11/1986, 51 FR 44604RIDEM and Bostitch administrative consent agreement effective 6/6/85. Requires Bostitch to reformulate certain solvent-based coatings to low/no solvent formulation by 12/31/86. Also addendum dated 9/20/85 defining emission limitations reformulated coatings must meet.
            (A) An administrative consent agreement between the RIDEM and Bostitch Division of Textron.
            (B) A letter to Bostitch Division of Textron from the RIDEM dated September 20, 1985 which serves as an addendum to the consent agreement. The addendum defines the emission limitations which Bostitch's Division of Textron reformulated coatings must meet.
Keene Corporation, East Providence, RIA.H. File No. 85-10-AP9/12/19858/31/1987, 52 FR 32793RIDEM and Keene Corporation administrative consent agreement effective 9/12/85. Granting final compliance date extension for the control of organic solvent emissions from six paper coating lines.
            (A) Letter from the RIDEM dated November 5, 1985 submitting revisions to the RI SIP.
            (B) An administrative consent agreement between the RIDEM and Keene Corporation.
Tech IndustriesFile No. 86-12-AP11/24/19873/10/1989, 54 FR 10145RIDEM and Tech Industries original administrative consent agreement (86-12-AP) [except for provisions 7 and 8] effective 6/12/86, an addendum effective 11/24/87, defining and imposing reasonably available control technology to control volatile organic compounds.
            (A) An administrative consent agreement (86-12-AP), except for Provisions 7 and 8, between the RIDEM and Tech Industries effective June 12, 1986.
            (B) An addendum to the administrative consent agreement (86-12-AP) between the RIDEM and Tech Industries. The addendum was effective November 24, 1987.
            (C) Letters dated May 6, 1987; October 15, 1987; and January 4, 1988 submitted to the EPA by the RIDEM.
University of Rhode IslandA.P. File No. 87-5-AP3/17/19879/19/1989, 54 FR 38517Revisions to the SIP submitted by the RIDEM on April 28, 1989, approving a renewal of a sulfur dioxide bubble for the University of Rhode Island.
University of Rhode IslandFile No. 95-50-AP3/12/19969/2/1997, 62 FR 46202An administrative consent agreement between RIDEM and University of Rhode Island, Alternative NOX RACT (RI Regulation 27.4.8)
Providence Metallizing in Pawtucket, Rhode IslandFile No. 87-2-AP4/24/19909/6/1990, 55 FR 36635Define and impose RACT to control volatile organic compound emissions.
            (A) Letter from the RIDEM dated April 26, 1990, submitting a revision to the RI SIP.
            (B) An administrative consent agreement (87-2-AP) between the RIDEM and Providence Metallizing effective July 24, 1987.
            (C) An amendment to the administrative consent agreement (87-2-AP) between the RIDEM and Providence Metallizing effective May 4, 1989.
            (D) An addendum to the administrative consent agreement (87-2-AP) between the RIDEM and Providence Metallizing effective April 24, 1990.
Tillotson-Pearson in Warren, Rhode IslandFile No. 90-1-AP6/5/19908/31/1990, 55 FR 35623Revisions to the SIP submitted by the RIDEM on May 24, 1990, to define and impose RACT to control volatile organic compound emissions.
            (A) Letter from the RIDEM dated May 24, 1990 submitting a revision to the RI SIP.
            (B) An Administrative consent agreement (90-1-AP) between the RIDEM and Tillotson-Pearson.
Rhode Island HospitalFile No. 95-14-AP11/27/19959/2/1997, 62 FR 46202Alternative NOX RACT. An administrative consent agreement between the RIDEM and RI Hospital.
Osram Sylvania IncorporatedFile No. 96-06-AP9/4/19969/2/1997, 62 FR 46202Alternative NOX RACT.
            (A) An Administrative consent agreement between the RIDEM and Osram Sylvania Incorporated, file no. 96-06-AP, effective September 4, 1996.
   Air Pollution Permit Approval, No. 1350(B) An air pollution Permit approval, no. 1350 Osram Sylvania Incorporated issued by RIDEM effective May 14, 1996.
Algonquin Gas Transmission CompanyFile No. 95-52-AP12/5/19959/2/1997, 62 FR 46202Alternative NOX RACT.
            (A) Letter from the RIDEM dated September 17, 1996 submitting a revision to the RI SIP.
            (B) An administrative consent agreement between RIDEM and Algonquin Gas Transmission Company, effective on December 5, 1995.
Bradford Dyeing Association, IncFile No. 95-28-AP11/17/19959/2/1997, 62 FR 46202Alternative NOX RACT. An administrative consent agreement between RIDEM and Bradford Dyeing Association, Inc.
Hoechst Celanese CorporationFile No. 95-62-AP11/20/19959/2/1997, 62 FR 46202Alternative NOX RACT. An administrative consent agreement between RIDEM and Hoechst Celanese Corporation.
Naval Education and Training Center in NewportFile No. 96-07-AP3/4/19969/2/1997, 62 FR 46202Alternative NOX RACT. An administrative consent agreement between RIDEM and Naval Education and Training Center in Newport.
Rhode Island Economic DevelopmentFile No. 96-04-AP9/2/19976/2/1999, 64 FR 29567Alternative NOX RACT. A consent agreement between RIDEM and Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation's Central Heating Plant in North Kingstown.
Cranston Print WorksA.H. File No. 95-30-AP12/19/199512/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Non-CTG VOC RACT Determination.
CCL Custom ManufacturingA.H. File No. 97-02-AP4/10/1997; and 10/27/199912/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Non-CTG VOC RACT Determination.
Victory Finishing TechnologiesA.H. File No. 96-05-AP5/24/199612/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Non-CTG VOC RACT Determination.
Quality Spray and StencilingA.H. File No. 97-04-AP10/21/1997; and 7/13/199912/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Non-CTG VOC RACT Determination.
Guild MusicA.H. File No. 95-65-AP11/9/199512/2/1999, 64 FR 67495Non-CTG VOC RACT Determination.

(e) Nonregulatory.

Rhode Island Non Regulatory

Name of non regulatory SIP provision Applicable geographic or nonattainment area State submittal date/effective date EPA approved date Explanations
Notice of public hearingStatewideSubmitted 2/9/19726/15/1972, 37 FR 11914Proposed Implementation Plan Regulations, RI Department of Health.
Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions to the plan correcting minor deficienciesStatewideSubmitted 2/29/19727/27/1972, 37 FR 15080Approval and promulgation of Implementation Plan Miscellaneous Amendments, RI Department of Health.
Compliance schedulesStatewideSubmitted 4/24/19736/20/1973, 38 FR 16144Submitted by RI Department of Health.
AQMA identifications for the State of Rhode IslandStatewideSubmitted 4/11/19744/29/1975, 40 FR 18726Submitted by RI Department of Health.
Letter identifying Metropolitan Providence as an AQMAMetropolitan ProvidenceSubmitted 9/6/19744/29/1975, 40 FR 18726Submitted by the Governor.
A comprehensive air quality monitoring plan, intended to meet requirements of 40 CFR part 58StatewideSubmitted 1/8/19801/15/1981, 46 FR 3516Submitted by the RI Department of Environmental Management Director.
Attainment plans to meet the requirements of Part D of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977, Included are plans to attain the carbon monoxide and ozone standards and information allowing for the re-designation of Providence to non-attainment for the primary TSP standard based on new dataStatewideSubmitted 5/14/1979; 6/11/1979; 8/13/1979; 1/8/1980; 1/24/1980; 3/10/1980; 3/31/1980; 4/21/1980; 6/6/1980; 6/13/1980; 8/20/1980; 11/14/1980; 3/4/1981; 3/5/1981; and 4/16/815/7/1981, 46 FR 25446Attainment plans to meet the requirements of Part D of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977.
A program for the review of construction and operation of new and modified major stationary sources of pollution in non-attainment areas
Certain miscellaneous provisions unrelated to Part D are also included
Section VI, Part II, “Stationary Source Permitting and Enforcement” of the narrativeStatewideSubmitted 5/14/1982; and 7/1/19826/28/1983, 48 FR 29690As submitted by RIDEM on May 14, 1982 and July 1, 1982 for review of new major sources and major modifications in nonattainment areas. Also included are revisions to add rules for banking emission reductions.
Revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan for attainment of the primary National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ozoneStatewideSubmitted 5/14/1982; 7/1/1982; 7/7/1982; 10/4/1982; and 3/2/19837/6/1983, 48 FR 31026Submitted by the Department of Environmental Management.
1982 Ozone Attainment Plan
Revisions to attain and maintain the lead NAAQSStatewideSubmitted 7/7/19839/15/1983, 48 FR 41405Submitted by the Department of Environmental Management.
Section VI, Part II of the associated narrative of the RI SIPStatewideSubmitted 2/6/1984; 1/27/1984; and 6/6/19847/6/1984, 49 FR 27749To incorporate the requirements for the Prevention of Significant Deterioration of 40 CFR 51.24, permitting major stationary sources of lead and other miscellaneous changes.
Letter from RIDEM submitting an amendment to the RI State Implementation PlanStatewideSubmitted 1/14/1994; and 6/14/199410/30/1996, 61 FR 55897A revision to the RI SIP regarding ozone monitoring. RI will modify its SLAMS and its NAMS monitoring systems to include a PAMS network design and establish monitoring sites. The State's SIP revision satisfies 40 CFR 58.20(f) PAMS requirements.
Section VII of the RI SIP Ambient Air Quality Monitoring
Letter from RIDEM submitting revisionsStatewideSubmitted 3/15/199410/30/1996, 61 FR 55897Revision to the RI SIP regarding the States' Contingency Plan.
Letter from RIDEM submitting revision—Rhode Island's 15 Percent Plan and Contingency PlanStatewideSubmitted 3/15/19944/17/1997, 62 FR 18712The revisions consist of the State's 15 Percent Plan and Contingency Plan. EPA approved only the following portions of these submittals:
            15 Percent Plan—the EPA approved the calculation of the required emission reductions, and the emission reduction credit claimed from surface coating, printing operations, marine vessel loading, plant closures (0.79 tons per day approved out of 0.84 claimed), cutback asphalt, auto refinishing, stage II, reformulated gas in on-road and off-road engines, and tier I motor vehicle controls.
            Contingency Plan—the EPA approved the calculation of the required emission reduction, and a portion of the emission reduction credits claimed from Consumer and Commercial products (1.1 tons per day approved out of 1.9 tons claimed), and architectural and industrial maintenance (AIM) coatings (1.9 tons per day approved out of 2.4 tons claimed).
            EPA concurrently disapproved portions of these SIP submissions, as discussed within Section 52.2084(a)(2).
Letter from RIDEM submitting revision for Clean Fuel Fleet Substitution PlanProvidence (all of Rhode Island) nonattainment area10/5/19943/9/2000, 65 FR 12474
Letter outlining commitment to National LEVStatewide2/22/19993/9/2000, 65 FR 12476Includes details of the State's commitment to National LEV.
Negative Declaration for Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) Distillation and Reactor Processes Control Techniques Guidelines CategoriesStatewideSubmitted 4/5/199512/2/1999, 64 FR 67495
October 1, 1999, letter from Rhode Island Department of Environmental ManagementStatewideSubmitted 10/1/199912/27/2000, 65 FR 81743Submitted Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 14, “NOX Budget Trading Program,” and the “NOX State Implementation Plan (SIP) Call Narrative.”
“NOX State Implementation Plan (SIP) Call Narrative,” September 22, 1999StatewideSubmitted 10/1/199912/27/2000, 65 FR 81743
November 9, 1999, letter from Rhode Island Department of Environmental ManagementStatewideSubmitted 11/9/199912/27/2000, 65 FR 81743Stating RI's intent to comply with applicable reporting requirements.
Negative Declaration for Aerospace Coating Operations Control Techniques Guideline CategoryStatewideSubmitted 3/28/20007/10/2000, 65 FR 42290
September 20, 2001 letter from Rhode Island Department of Environment ManagementStatewideSubmitted 9/20/20016/20/2003, 68 FR 36921Submitting the “NOX State Implementation Plan (SIP) Call Narrative,” revised September 2001.
NOX State Implementation Plan (SIP) Call Narrative, revised September 2001StatewideSubmitted 9/20/20016/20/2003, 68 FR 36921
Submittal to meet Clean Air Act Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 8-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality StandardState of Rhode IslandDecember 14, 2007July 8, 2011
76 FR 40248
This action addresses the following Clean Air Act requirements: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(ii), (E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
RACT Demonstration included in Chapter 6 of the Rhode Island Attainment Plan for the 8-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality StandardStatewideSubmitted 04/30/20083/13/2012, 77 FR 14691
Negative declarations included in the Rhode Island Attainment Plan for the 8-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality StandardStatewideSubmitted 04/30/20083/13/2012, 77 FR 14691Includes negative declarations for the following Control Techniques Guideline Categories: Refinery Vacuum Producing Systems, Wastewater Separators, and Process Unit Turnarounds (1977); Leaks from Petroleum Refinery Equipment (1978); Manufacture of Pneumatic Rubber Tires (1978); Large Petroleum Dry Cleaners (1982); Manufacture of High-Density Polyethylene, Polypropylene and Polystyrene Resins (1983); Synthetic Organic Chemical Mfg Equipment Fugitive Emissions (1984); Synthetic Organic Chemical Mfg Air Oxidation Processes (1984).
Rhode Island Regional Haze SIPStatewideSubmitted 8/7/20095/22/2012, 77 FR 30212.

[64 FR 43085, Aug. 9, 1999, as amended at 64 FR 67500, Dec. 2, 1999; 65 FR 12476, 12480, Mar. 9, 2000; 65 FR 42292, July 10, 2000; 65 FR 81748, Dec. 27, 2000; 66 FR 9663, Feb. 9, 2001; 68 FR 34814, June 11, 2003; 68 FR 36925, June 20, 2003; 71 FR 40016, July 14, 2006; 73 FR 16205, Mar. 27, 2008; 73 FR 70874, Nov. 24, 2008; 76 FR 40257, July 8, 2011; 76 FR 49672, Aug. 11, 2011; 77 FR 14695, Mar. 13, 2012; 77 FR 30215, May 22, 2012; 78 FR 63387, Oct. 24, 2013]

§52.2071   Classification of regions.

The Rhode Island plan was evaluated on the basis of the following classifications:

Air quality control regionPollutant
Particulate matterSulfur oxidesNitrogen dioxideCarbon monoxideOzone
Metropolitan Providence InterstateIIIIIII

[37 FR 10891, May 31, 1972, as amended at 38 FR 34325, Dec. 13, 1973; 39 FR 16347, May 8, 1974; 46 FR 25460, May 7, 1981]

§52.2072   Approval status.

(a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator approves Rhode Island's plan, as identified in §52.2070 of this subpart, for the attainment and maintenance of the national standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, the Administrator finds the plan satisfies all requirements of Part D, Title I, of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977, except as noted below. In addition, continued satisfaction of the requirements of Part D for the ozone portion of the SIP depends on the adoption and submittal of RACT requirements by January 1, 1981 for the sources covered by CTGs issued between January 1978 and January 1979 and adoption and submittal by each subsequent January as additional RACT requirements for sources covered by CTGs issued by the previous January.

[Reserved]

[75 FR 82560, Dec. 30, 2010, as amended at 78 FR 63388, Oct. 24, 2013]

§52.2073   General requirements.

(a) The requirements of §51.116(c) of this chapter are not met since the plan does not provide for public availability of emission data.

(b) Regulation for public availability of emission data.

(1) Information obtained from owner or operators of stationary sources pursuant to §52.2075 will be correlated with applicable emission limitations and other control regulations and will be made available for public inspection at the Rhode Island Department of Health, 204 Health Building, Providence, RI.

[37 FR 10891, May 31, 1972, as amended at 41 FR 2232, Jan. 15, 1976; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

§52.2074   Legal authority.

(a) The requirements of §51.230(e) of this chapter are not met. Authority to require recordkeeping is deficient to the extent that section 23-25-13 requires only those sources with an air pollution control program to keep records.

(b) The requirements of §51.230(f) of this chapter are not met. Authority to release emission data to the public is deficient in that section 23-25-6 requires that only records concerning investigations be available to the public. Further, section 23-25-5(g) and section 23-25-13 may limit the State's authority to release emission data. Authority to require sources to install and maintain monitoring equipment is not provided and is therefore inadequate. Authority to require sources to periodically report is not provided and is therefore inadequate.

[37 FR 10891, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 7283, Feb. 25, 1974; 39 FR 12350, Apr. 5, 1974; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

§52.2075   Source surveillance.

(a) The requirements of §51.211 of this chapter are not met since the plan lacks adequate legal authority to require owners or operators of stationary sources to maintain records of, and periodically report information as may be necessary to enable the state to determine whether such sources are in compliance with applicable portions of the control strategy.

(b) Regulation for source recordkeeping and reporting.

(1) The owner or operator of all stationary sources which have the potential to emit a total of 100 tons or more per year of any one air contaminant for which there is a national standard shall maintain records of, and submit to the Director, data on operational processes, fuel usage, emission, stack parameters, boiler capacities, types of equipment generating air contaminants and air contaminant control devices that may be necessary to determine if the source is in compliance with applicable rules and regulations of the Department. Upon notification of the Administrator, or the Director of the Rhode Island Department of Health, sources with the potential to emit less than 100 tons per year of any air contaminant shall also be subject to the requirements of this paragraph. For the purposes of this paragraph, potential emissions shall be calculated at the design load assuming no control equipment is in use and fuel having a sulfur content of 2.2 percent by weight (dry basis) is being burned.

(2) The information recorded by the owner or operator of a stationary source shall be summarized and reported to the Director of the Department of Health on forms furnished by him. They shall be submitted within 30 days following the end of the reporting period. Reporting periods are January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31.

(3) Information recorded by the owner or operator and copies of the summarizing reports submitted to the Director shall be retained by the owner or operator for two years after the date on which the pertinent report is submitted.

[41 FR 2232, Jan. 15, 1976, as amended at 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]

§52.2076   Attainment of dates for national standards.

The following table presents the latest dates by which the national standards are to be attained. These dates reflect the information presented in Rhode Island's plan, except where noted.

Air quality control region Pollutant
SO PM10NO2 CO O3
Primary Secondary
Rhode Island portion of AQCR 120 (Entire State of Rhode Island)(a)(b)(a)(a)(a)(c)

aAir quality levels presently better than primary standards or area is unclassifiable.

bAir quality levels presently better than secondary standards or area is unclassifiable.

cNovember 15, 2007.

[50 FR 52461, Dec. 24, 1985, as amended at 68 FR 16724, Apr. 7, 2003]

§52.2078   Enforcement.

(a) Sections 23-25-5(h) and 23-25-8(a) of the General Laws of Rhode Island are disapproved insofar as they permit the Rhode Island Director of the Department of Health to issue abatement orders (1) that defer compliance with plan requirements beyond the dates required for attainment of the national standards, (2) without the approval of the Administrator, and (3) for reasons not permitted by the Clean Air Act.

(b) Regulation limiting administrative abatement orders. (1) No order deferring compliance with a requirement of the Rhode Island Implementation Plan shall be issued by the Director of the Department of Health which does not meet the following requirements:

(i) An order must require compliance with the plan requirement within the times and under the conditions specified in §51.261 (a) and (b) of this chapter.

(ii) An order may not defer compliance beyond the last date permitted by section 110 of the Act for attainment of the national standard which the plan implements unless the procedures and conditions set forth in section 110(f) of the Act are met.

(iii) An order shall not be effective until it has been submitted to and approved by the Administrator in accordance with §§51.104, 51.105, 51.261 and 51.262(a).

(2) Notwithstanding the limitations of paragraph (b)(1)(ii) of this section, an order may be granted which provides for compliance beyond the statutory attainment date for a national standards where compliance is not possible because of breakdowns or malfunctions of equipment, acts of God, or other unavoidable occurrences. However, such order may not defer compliance for more than three (3) months unless the procedures and conditions set forth in section 110(f) of the Act are met.

[38 FR 18879, 18880, July 16, 1973, as amended at 38 FR 30878, Nov. 8, 1973; 51 FR 40675, 40676, 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]

§52.2079   Requirements for state implementation plan revisions relating to new motor vehicles.

Rhode Island must comply with the requirements of §51.120.

[60 FR 4738, Jan. 24, 1995]

§52.2080   Revisions.

(a) The revision procedures of the Rhode Island plan are not adequate since the plan does not expressly provide for revisions at the times and under the conditions set forth in §51.104 of this chapter.

(b) Regulation for plan revisions. (1) The Rhode Island implementation plan shall be revised:

(i) When necessary to take account of a revision of the national primary or secondary ambient air quality standard which it implements;

(ii) When improved or more expeditious methods of attaining a national standard which it implements become available;

(iii) When the Administrator finds that the plan is substantially inadequate to attain or maintain the national standard which it implements and issues notice of such finding pursuant to §51.104 of this chapter.

(2) The Rhode Island implementation plan may be revised from time to time to the extent such revisions are consistent with the requirements applicable to implementation plans set forth in this chapter and the Act.

(3) No revisions shall be effective until the hearing requirements of §51.102 of this chapter have been satisfied.

[38 FR 18879, 18880, July 16, 1973, as amended at 38 FR 30878, Nov. 8, 1973; 51 FR 40675, Nov. 7, 1986]

§52.2081   EPA-approved EPA Rhode Island State regulations.

The following table identifies the State regulations which have been approved by EPA and incorporated by reference into the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan. This table is for informational purposes only and does not have any independent regulatory requirements for a specific situation consult the plan identified in §52.2070. To the extent that this table conflicts with §52.2070, §52.2070 governs.

Table 52.2081—EPA-Approved Rules and Regulations

State citationTitle/subjectDate adopted by StateDate approved by EPAFR citation52.2070Comments/Unapproved sections
   Air pollution control regulation
No. 1Visible emissions8/02/675/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   2/28/725/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
  2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
No. 2Handfiring of soft coal8/02/675/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   2/28/725/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
No. 3Particulate emissions from industrial processes8/02/675/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   2/28/725/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
No. 4Open fires8/02/675/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   10/01/715/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
No. 5Fugitive dust8/02/675/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
No. 6Opacity monitors8/02/675/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   11/22/899/30/9156 FR 49416(c)(37)Amended Regulation No. 6.
No. 7Emission of air contaminants detrimental to persons or property8/02/675/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   7/19/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
No. 8Sulfur content of fuels10/01/715/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   5/28/7411/03/7540 FR 51044(c)(8)
   1/21/8146 FR 5980(c)(13)Narragansett Electric Bubble.
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   12/30/8146 FR 63043(c)(14)Temporary Relaxation for Bradford Dye.
   11/10/8247 FR 50866(c)(16)Temporary Relaxation for Kenyon Piece Dye Works.
   10/05/823/29/8348 FR 13027(c)(17)Conversion/Conservation Incentive/Bubble.
   5/15/8449 FR 20493(c)(21)URI Bubble.
   8/29/837/27/8449 FR 30177(c)(23)Narragansett Electric (South Street).
   5/02/851/8/8651 FR 756(c)(24)Requires sampling valve.
   12/16/858/1/8651 FR 27538(c)(25)Temporary relaxation for Seville Dyeing Corporation in Woon-socket.
   3/17/879/19/8954 FR 38518(c)(34)URI bubble renewal.
No. 9Approval to construct, modify or operate10/03/715/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   4/12/815/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)No action on 9.2.3(b) and 9.12.
   4/05/826/28/8348 FR 29690(c)(18)NSR fully approved, 9.12 Emission Banking approved.
   2/13/847/6/8449 FR 27749(c)(22)PSD fully approved, 9.2.3(b) approved.
   5/02/851/8/8651 FR 756(c)(24)Additional BACT requirements.
   5/20/9110/7/9156 FR 50516(c)(38)Addition of PSD NO2 increments.
   Air Pollution Control Permits3/4/932/6/9661 FR 4356(c)(41)Addition of NSR and other CAAA requirements under Amended Regulation No. 9 except for Chapters 9.13, 9.14, 9.15, and Appendix A.
   Air Pollution Control Permits7/30/966/2/9964 FR 29566(c)(54)5
   Air Pollution Control Permits7/30/966/2/9964 FR 29563(c)(54)Changes in 9.1.7, 9.1.18, and 9.5.1(c) to add Dual Source Definition. Changes in 9.1.24(b)(3), 9.5.2(b)(2)d(i), 9.5.1(d) and 9.5.1(f) to change Particulate Increment. Changes in 9.1.6 to revise BACT definition.
No. 10Air pollution episodes2/28/725/31/7237 FR 10842(b)
   10/11/7511/03/7540 FR 51043(c)(6)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
No. 11Petroleum liquids marketing and storage2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   7/05/795/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   4/22/814/26/8247 FR 17817(c)(15)
   1/20/879/1/8752 FR 32920(c)(30)Amended Regulation No. 11, Subsection 11.4.5.
   11/07/88, 04/24/896/2/8954 FR 23661(c)(33)Approves a limitation on volatility of gasoline from June 30 to Sept. 15, 1989, and May 1 to Sept. 15 in subsequent years at Subsections 11.7.1 and 11.7.2.
   12/10/899/30/9156 FR 49416(c)(37)Amended Regulation No. 11.
   1/11/9312/17/9358 FR 65933(c)(39)Regulation revised to add new Stage II vapor recovery requirements.
No. 12Incinerators2/28/726/22/7338 FR 16351(c)(3)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   4/22/814/26/8247 FR 17817(c)(15)
No. 13Particulate emissions from fossil fuel fired steam or hot water generating units1/17/7310/23/7338 FR 29296(c)(14)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   7/05/795/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   11/10/8247 FR 50866(c)(16)Temporary Relaxation for Kenyon Piece Dye Works.
   10/05/823/29/8348 FR 13027(c)(17)Conversion/Conservation Incentive.
No. 14Record keeping and reporting5/14/731/15/7641 FR 2231(c)(10)
   2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   7/05/795/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   1/11/931/10/9560 FR 2526(c)(42)
No. 15Control of organic solvent emissions8/21/755/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   3/14/837/06/8348 FR 31026(c)(19)Includes 100 TPY RACT Reg/Generic Bubble Rule.
   6/6/8512/11/8651 FR 44605(c)(27)RACT for Stanley Bostitch under 15.5.
   11/24/873/10/8954 FR 10147(c)(32)Consent Agreement imposing RACT on Tech Industries under 15.5 (Provisions 7 and 8 not approved).
   6/5/908/31/9055 FR 35625(c)(36)RACT determination for Tillotson-Pearson under 15.5.
   4/24/909/6/9055 FR 36638(c)(35)RACT determination/Bubble for Providence Metallizing under 15.5.
   12/10/899/30/9156 FR 49416(c)(37)Amended Regulation No. 15, except subsections 15.1.16 and 15.2.2.
No. 16Operation of air pollution control system2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
No. 17Odors2/22/775/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
No. 18Control of emissions from solvent metal cleaning7/5/795/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)
   4/22/814/26/8247 FR 17817(c)(15)
   12/10/899/30/9156 FR 49416(c)(37)Amended Regulation No. 18, except subsections 18.1.8, 18.2.1, 18.3.2(d), 18.3.3(f), and 18.5.2.
No. 19Control of VOCs from surface coating operations11/13/795/07/8146 FR 25446(c)(12)Conditional approval.
   4/05/827/06/8348 FR 31026(c)(19)Removes Conditions/Generic Bubble Rule.
   9/12/858/31/8752 FR 32794(c)(28)Compliance date extension for Keene Corporation under 19.3.
   1/20/879/1/8752 FR 32920(c)(30)Amended Regulation No. 19, Subsection 19.7.1.
   5/29/859/28/8752 FR 36250(c)(26)Compliance date extension for James River Corp. in Johnston.
   12/31/862/10/8853 FR 3890(c)(29)Alternative RACT for Kenyon Industries under 19.3.3.
   12/10/899/30/9156 FR 49416(c)(37)Amended Regulation No. 19, except subsections 19.1.11, 19.2.2, and 19.3.2(a).
   10/30/9210/18/9459 FR 52429(c)(40)All of No. 19 is approved with the exception of 19.2.2, and the last sentence of 19.1.1, which Rhode Island did not submit as part of the SIP revision. No. 19 was amended to change applicability and to add emission limitations for metal coil coating, metal furniture coating, magnet wire coating, large appliance coating, miscellaneous metal parts coating, wood products coating, and flat wood paneling coating.
No. 21Control of VOCs from printing operations4/05/827/06/8348 FR 31026(c)(19)Generic Bubble Rule.
   1/20/879/1/8752 FR 32920(c)(30)Amended Regulation No. 21, subsection 21.6.1.
   12/10/899/30/9156 FR 49416(c)(37)Amended Regulation No. 21, except subsections 21.1.15 and 21.2.2, and portion of 21.5.2(h) which states “equivalent to” in the parenthetical.
No. 25Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Cutback and Emulsified Asphalt10/30/9210/18/9459 FR 52429(c)(40)All of No. 25 is approved, with the exception of 25.2.2, which was not submitted by Rhode Island as part of the SIP revision.
No. 26Control of Organic Solvent Emissions from Manufacture of Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products10/30/9210/18/9459 FR 52429(c)(40)All of No. 26 is approved, with the exception of 26.2.3, which was not submitted by Rhode Island as part of the SIP revision.
No. 27Control of Nitrogen Oxides Emissions9/2/976/2/9964 FR 29570(c)(55)Establishes alternative NOx RACT for Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation in North Kingstown, RI.
No. 29.3EMISSIONS4/28/953/22/9661 FR 11735(c)(45)This rule limits a source's potential to emit, therefore avoiding RACT, title V operating permits.
No. 30Control of VOC from Automobile Refinishing Operations6/27/952/2/9661 FR 3827(c)(44)Control of VOC From Automobile Refinishing Operations.
No. 31Consumer and Commercial Products3/11/9410/30/9661 FR 55903(c)(47)VOC control reg. submitted as part of State's Contingency Plan. Section 31.2.2 not approved.
No. 32Marine Vessels3/11/944/4/9660 FR 14978(c)(43)All of No. 32 is approved with the exception of Section 32.2.2 which Rhode Island did not submit as part of the SIP revision.
No. 33Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings3/11/9410/30/9661 FR 55903(c)(47)VOC control reg. submitted as part of State's Contingency Plan Section 33.2.2 not approved.
No. 38Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Program5/21/986/2/9964 FR 29570(c)(55)Adds ozone season NOx emission limitations at certain stationary sources.

[50 FR 770, Jan. 7, 1985]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.2081, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

§52.2082   [Reserved]

§52.2083   Significant deterioration of air quality.

(a) The Rhode Island plan, as submitted, is approved as meeting the requirements of Subpart 1, Part C, Title I, of the Clean Air Act.

[49 FR 27750, July 6, 1984]

§52.2084   Rules and regulations.

(a) Part D—Disapproval.

(1) On November 5, 1985, the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management submitted a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan (SIP) for Arkwright Incorporated. This revision is an alternative reasonably available control technology determination for the control of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from three paper coating lines at Arkwright Incorporated's Fiskeville, Rhode Island facility. As a result of EPA's disapproval of this revision, the existing VOC rules applicable to Arkwright Incorporated and contained in the Rhode Island SIP remain in effect (Rhode Island Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 19 as approved by EPA in 40 CFR 52.2080(c)(19)).

(2) [Reserved]

(b) Non-Part D—No Action— EPA is neither approving nor disapproving the following elements of the revisions:

(i) [Reserved]

(ii) Consultation.

(iii) Permit fees.

(iv) Stack height requirements.

(v) Public notification.

[46 FR 25460, May 7, 1981, as amended at 48 FR 31027, July 6, 1983; 50 FR 52461, Dec. 24, 1985; 52 FR 38764, Oct. 19, 1987; 62 FR 18716, Apr. 17, 1997; 63 FR 67600, Dec. 8, 1998; 64 FR 926, Jan. 6, 1999]

§52.2085   Stack height review.

The State of Rhode Island has declared to the satisfaction of EPA that no existing emission limitations have been affected by stack height credits greater than good engineering practice or any other prohibited dispersion technique as defined in EPA's stack height regulations, as revised on July 8, 1985. Such declarations were submitted to EPA on March 27, 1986. The State has further declared, in letters from Thomas D. Getz, dated October 15, 1985 and March 27, 1986, that “[R]hode Island will use the 8 July 1985 revised height regulations in administering section 9.18 of its new source review regulations.” Thus, Rhode Island has satisfactorily demonstrated that its regulations meet 40 CFR 51.118 and 51.164.

[52 FR 49407, Dec. 31, 1987]

§52.2086   Emission inventories.

(a) The Governor's designee for the State of Rhode Island submitted the 1990 base year emission inventory for the Providence ozone nonattainment area on January 12, 1993 as a revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP). The 1990 base year emission inventory requirement of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990, has been satisfied for this area.

(b) The inventory is for the ozone precursors which are volatile organic compounds, nitrogen oxides, and carbon monoxide. The inventory covers point, area, non-road mobile, on-road mobile, and biogenic sources.

(c) The Providence nonattainment area is classified as serious and includes the entire state of Rhode Island.

(d) Minor revisions to the Rhode Island 1990 base year emission inventory were submitted to EPA on September 21, 1998. The revised emission estimates were prepared in accordance with EPA guidance, and are approved into the State's SIP.

(e) The state of Rhode Island submitted base year emission inventories representing emissions for calendar year 2002 from the Providence moderate ozone nonattainment area on April 30, 2008 as revisions to the State's SIP. The 2002 base year emission inventory requirement of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990, has been satisfied for this area. The inventory consists of emission estimates of volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides, and cover point, area, non-road mobile, on-road mobile and biogenic sources. The inventory was submitted as a revision to the SIP in partial fulfillment of obligations for nonattainment areas under EPA's 1997 8-hour ozone standard.

[61 FR 55902, Oct. 30, 1996, as amended at 63 FR 67600, Dec. 8, 1998; 77 FR 50601, Aug. 22, 2012]

§52.2087   Original identification of plan section.

(a) This section identifies the original “Air Implementation Plan for the State of Rhode Island” and all revisions submitted by Rhode Island that were federally approved prior to August 9, 1999.

(b) The plan was officially submitted on January 28, 1972.

(c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates specified.

(1) Notice of public hearing submitted on February 9, 1972, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

(2) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions to the plan correcting minor deficiencies submitted on February 29, 1972, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

(3) Regulation 12 requiring prevention and control of air pollution from incinerators submitted on March 7, 1973, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

(4) Regulation 13 requiring prevention and control of air pollution from fuel burning equipment submitted on March 19, 1973, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

(5) Compliance schedules submitted on April 24, 1973, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

(6) Revisions to Regulation 10, Air Pollution Episodes, submitted on January 25, 1974, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

(7) AQMA identifications submitted on April 11, 1974, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

(8) Revision to Regulation 8, Limitation of Sulfur in Fuels, submitted on May 22, 1974, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

(9) Letter identifying Metropolitan Providence as an AQMA submitted on September 6, 1974, by the Governor.

(10) Revision to Regulation 14, Source Recordkeeping and Reporting, submitted on September 5, 1973, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.

(11) A comprehensive air quality monitoring plan, intended to meet requirements of 40 CFR part 58, was submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management Director on January 8, 1980.

(12) Attainment plans to meet the requirements of Part D of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977, were submitted on May 14, 1979, June 11, 1979, August 13, 1979, January 8, January 24, March 10, March 31, April 21, June 6, June 13, August 20, November 14, March 4, March 5, and April 16, 1981. Included are plans to attain the carbon monoxide and ozone standards and information allowing for the redesignation of Providence to non-attainment for the primary TSP standard based on new data. A program was also submitted for the review of construction and operation of new and modified major stationary sources of pollution in non-attainment areas. Certain miscellaneous provisions unrelated to Part D are also included.

(13) A revision to Regulation 8, “Sulfur Content in Fuels,” for the Narragansett Electric Company, Providence, submitted on August 28, 1980 by the Director of the Department of Environmental Management.

(14) A revision to Regulation 8, “Limitation of Sulfur in Fuels,” submitted on January 30, 1981, by the Director of the Rhode Island Division of Air Resources allowing Bradford Dyeing Association, Westerly, to burn higher sulfur fuel oil, temporarily.

(15) Revisions for Group II CTGs: Storage of Petroleum Liquids—External Floating Roof Vessels (Regulation 11.6); and revisions to existing regulations: Stage I Vapor Controls (Regulation 11.5), Hazardous Waste Incinerators (Regulation 12.7.1), and Control of Solvent Metal Cleaning Emissions (Regulation 18) were submitted on January 9, July 23, and August 17, 1981.

(16) Variances from Regulations 8, “Sulfur Content in Fuels” and 13, “Particulate Emissions from Fossil Fired Steam or Hot Water Generating Units”, for Kenyon Piece Dye Works, Richmond, submitted on July 1, 1982.

(17) Revisions to Regulations 8, “Sulfur Content of Fuels” and 13, “Particulate Emissions from Fossil Fuel Fired Steam or Hot Water Generating Units” were submitted on November 9, 1982 by the Division of Air and Hazardous Materials.

(18) Revisions to Air Pollution Control Regulation Number 9, Approval to Construct, Install, Modify, or Operate (except to subsection 9.1.1), and Section VI, Part II, “Stationary Source Permitting and Enforcement” of the narrative as submitted by the Department of Environmental Management on May 14, 1982 and July 1, 1982 for review of new major sources and major modifications in nonattainment areas. Also included are revisions to add rules for banking emission reductions.

(19) Revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan for attainment of the primary National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ozone as submitted on May 14, 1982; July 1, 1982; July 7, 1982; October 4, 1982 and March 2, 1983 by the Department of Environmental Management. Also included are generic bubble rules which provide for regulatory flexibility for VOC sources subject to RACT requirements under Regulations 15, 19 and 21 of the Rhode Island SIP

(20) Revisions to attain and maintain the lead NAAQS as submitted on July 7, 1983 by the Department of Environmental Management.

(21) The permit issued to the University of Rhode Island in Kingston approving a three-year bubble to control sulfur dioxide emissions. The Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management issued the permit in accordance with Regulation 8, §8.3.2, “Emissions Bubbling” and submitted it to EPA as a SIP revision on January 16, 1984.

(22) Revisions to Regulation 9, “Approval to Construct, Install, Modify or Operate”, and Section VI, Part II of the associated narrative of the Rhode Island SIP, to incorporate the requirements for the Prevention of Significant Deterioration of 40 CFR 51.24, permitting major stationary sources of lead and other miscellaneous changes as submitted on February 6, 1984 by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management. Clarifying letters dated January 27, 1984 and June 6, 1984.

(23) Revisions to Air Pollution Control Regulation 8, “Sulfur Content of Fuels,” submitted on July 19, 1983, specifying maximum sulfur-in-coal limits (1.21 lbs/MMBtu on a 30-day rolling average and 2.31 lbs/MMBtu on a 24-hour average) for the Narragansett Electric Company South Street Station in Providence. These revisions approve Section 8.3.4, “Large Fuel Burning Devices Using Coal,” for South Street Station only.

(24) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan were submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on May 28, 1985 and October 15, 1985.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Amendments to Regulation 8, “Sulfur Content of Fuels” at 8.4.1(b) requiring owners/operators of fuel burning sources to have a sampling valve in the fuel line to the boiler to facilitate fuel sampling, amended on May 2, 1985.

(B) Amendments to Regulation 9, “Approval to Construct, Install, Modify, or Operate” requiring best available control technology (BACT) for each air pollutant emitted when permitting all new stationary sources and modifications not otherwise subject to lowest achievable emission rate (LAER) requirements under Rhode Island's approved new source review plan. The amended sections are 9.1.9, 9.1.14, 9.1.21, 9.1.22, 9.1.33, 9.1.36, 9.3.1, 9.3.3, 9.5.3, and 9.13.1. Regulation 9 was incorporated by reference in its present form on July 6, 1984 at paragraph (c)(22), above. The entire Regulation is being reincorporated by reference here to maintain consistency in the numbering and format, amended May 2, 1985.

(ii) October 15, 1985 letter from Rhode Island DEM to EPA which commits to implement the stack height related requirements of Regulation 9 in accordance with the Stack Height regulations at 40 CFR part 51, subpart B.

(25) A revision submitted on December 16, 1985 and January 23, 1986 allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Seville Dyeing Corporation facility in Woonsocket, Rhode Island for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on August 1, 1986, the savings from which will be used to pay for permanent energy conservation measures to reduce on-site consumption of petroleum products by at least 50,000 gallons per year (estimated 250,000 gallons per year).

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from Doug L. McVay, Principal Engineer, to Seville Dyeing Corporation, dated December 16, 1985 allowing the temporary use of less expensive 2.2% sulfur fuel oil until February 1, 1989. At the end of the temporary use period, Seville Dyeing Corporation will return to the use of 1.0% sulfur fuel oil. The particulate emission rate for the facility will not exceed 0.15 lbs per million Btu.

(B) Letter to Louis F. Gitto, Director of Air Management Division, EPA Region I from Thomas D. Getz, Director of Air & Hazardous Materials, RI DEM dated January 23, 1986; subject: Response to EPA questions regarding Seville Dyeing Corporation, and outline of the permanent energy conservation measures to be used.

(26) Revisions submitted on November 5, 1985, June 16, 1986 and November 3, 1986 by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management (DEM) consisting of an administrative consent agreement between the DEM's Division of Air and Hazardous Materials and Whitman Products Limited (now James River Corporation's Decorative Product Division) in Johnston, Rhode Island. When the consent agreement expires on December 31, 1986, James River Corporation will be subject to the emission limits in Rhode Island Regulation No. 19, subsection 19.3.1.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) An administrative consent agreement between the Rhode Island and Providence Plantation Department of Environmental Management and Whitman Products Limited. The consent agreement became effective on May 29, 1985.

(B) Letters of June 16, 1986 and September 17, 1985 from the Department of Environmental Management to EPA.

(ii) Additional material.

(A) Letter submitted on November 3, 1986 affirming that a sufficient growth margin exists, below the level of emissions necessary to show attainment of the national ambient air quality standard for ozone in Rhode Island, to absorb the increased emissions resulting from this compliance date extension.

(27) Revision submitted on November 5, 1985 by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management consisting of an administrative consent agreement defining reasonably available control technology for Stanley Bostitch (formerly Bostitch Division

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) An administrative consent agreement between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Bostitch Division of Textron. The consent agreement became effective on June 6, 1985 and requires Bostitch Division of Textron to reformulate certain solvent-based coatings to low/no solvent formulations by December 31, 1986.

(B) A letter to Bostitch Division of Textron from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated September 20, 1985 which serves as an addendum to the consent agreement. The addendum defines the emission limitations which Bostitch's Division of Textron reformulated coatings must meet.

(28) Revision submitted on November 5, 1985 by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management consisting of an administrative consent agreement granting a final compliance date extension for the control of organic solvent emissions from sixpaper coating lines at Keene Corporation in East Providence, Rhode Island.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated November 5, 1985 submitting revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) An administrative consent agreement between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Keene Corporation, effective on September 12, 1985.

(29) Revisions submitted on November 5, 1985, February 21, 1986, April 15, 1987 and May 14, 1987 by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management consisting of an administrative consent agreement defining alternative reasonably available control technology for Kenyon Industries in Kenyon, Rhode Island.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations dated April 15, 1987 submitting revisions for Kenyon Industries to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) An administrative consent agreement between the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations Department of Environmental Management and Kenyon Industries, Inc., signed on December 31, 1986.

(ii) Additional material.

(A) A letter dated May 14, 1987 from the Department of Environmental Management containing technical support demonstrating that the revised consent agreement is at least as stringent as the consent agreement between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Kenyon effective in Rhode Island May 13, 1985.

(B) Original consent agreement between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Kenyon effective on May 13, 1985 submitted to EPA on November 5, 1985.

(C) Letter dated February 21, 1986 from Rhode Island describing required recordkeeping for Kenyon.

(30) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan were submitted by Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on February 27, 1987. These revisions were effective as of January 20, 1987 in the State of Rhode Island.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated February 27, 1987 submitting revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Amendment to Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 11, at subsection 11.4.5 adopted on January 20, 1987 in Rhode Island.

(C) Amendment to Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 19, at subsection 19.7.1 adopted on January 20, 1987 in Rhode Island.

(D) Amendment to Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 21, at subsection 21.6.1 adopted on January 20, 1987 in Rhode Island.

(31) [Reserved]

(32) Revisions submitted on May 6, 1987, October 15, 1987, and January 4, 1988 by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management consisting of an administrative consent agreement which defines and imposes RACT to control volatile organic comp

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) An administrative consent agreement (86-12-AP), except for Provisions 7 and 8, between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Tech Industries effective June 12, 1986.

(B) An addendum to the administrative consent agreement (86-12-AP) between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Tech Industries. The addendum was effective November 24, 1987.

(C) Letters dated May 6, 1987; October 15, 1987; and January 4, 1988 submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management.

(33) Revisions to federally approved Air Pollution Control Regulation Number 11 submitted on November 7, 1988 and April 24, 1989 by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, limiting the volatility of gasoline from May 1 through September 15, beginning 1989 and continuing every year thereafter, including any waivers to such limits Rhode Island may grant. In 1989, the control period will begin on June 30.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Amendments to Rhode Island Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 11, effective July 5, 1979, entitled, “Petroleum Liquids Marketing and Storage,” sections 11.7.1 filed with the Secretary of State of Rhode Island on August 11, 1988, and effective in the State of Rhode Island on August 31, 1988.

(B) Amendments to Rhode Island Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 11, effective July 5, 1979, entitled, “Petroleum Liquids Marketing and Storage,” amendmends to section 11.7.2 filed with the Secretary of State of Rhode Island on April 27, 1989, and effective in the State of Rhode Island on May 17, 1989.

(34) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on April 28, 1989, approving a renewal of a sulfur dioxide bubble for the University of Rhode Island originally approved at paragraph (c)(21), of this section.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) A renewal of an emissions bubble for the University of Rhode Island effective December 26, 1986.

(35) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on April 26, 1990, which define and impose RACT to control volatile organic compound emissions from Providence Metallizing in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated April 26, 1990, submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) An administrative consent agreement (87-2-AP) between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Providence Metallizing effective July 24, 1987.

(C) An amendment to the administrative consent agreement (87-2-AP) between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Providence Metallizing effective May 4, 1989.

(D) An addendum to the administrative consent agreement (87-2-AP) between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Providence Metallizing effective April 24, 1990.

(ii) Additional materials.

(A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.

(36) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on May 24, 1990, which define and impose RACT to control volatile organic compound emissions from Tillotson-Pearson in Warren, RhodeIsland.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated May 24, 1990 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) An Administrative consent agreement (90-1-AP) between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Tillotson-Pearson effective June 5, 1990.

(37) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated November 3, 1989, November 21, 1989, February 1, 1990 and September 19, 1990.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letters from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated November 3, 1989, November 21, 1989, February 1, 1990 and September 19, 1990 submitting revisions to the Rhode Island State ImplementationPlan.

(B) Amendments to Rhode Island's Air Pollution Control Regulation Number 6, amended and effective November 22, 1989.

(C) Amendments to Rhode Island's Air Pollution Control Regulation Numbers 11; 15, excluding subsections 15.1.16 and 15.2.2; 18, excluding subsections 18.1.8, 18.2.1, 18.3.2(d), 18.3.3(f), and 18.5.2; 19, excluding subsections 19.1.11, 19.2.2, and 19.3.2(a); and 21, except subsections 21.1.15 and 21.2.2, and portion of subsection 21.5.2(h) which states “equivalent to” in the parenthetical, amended and effective December 10, 1989.

(38) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on May 22, 1991.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated May 22, 1991 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Section 9.1.36 “baseline concentration,” section 9.1.39 “increment,” section 9.1.40 “major source baseline date,” section 9.1.42 “minor source baseline date,” section 9.1.43 “net emissions increase,” and section 9.15.1(c)(5)—exclusion from NO2 increments due to SIP-approved temporary increases of emissions, of the Rhode Island Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 9 entitled “Approval to Construct, Install, Modify or Operate,” effective in the State on May 20, 1991.

(ii) Additional materials.

(A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.

(39) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on January 12, 1993.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, dated January 12, 1993, submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Air and Hazardous Materials, Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 11, entitled “Petroleum Liquids Marketing Storage,” submitted to the Secretary of State on January 11, 1993.

(C) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, dated February 10, 1993, stating that Regulation No. 11 became effective on January 31, 1993, 20 days after being filed with the Secretary of State.

(ii) Additional materials.

(A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

(40) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on November 13, 1992.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated November 13, 1992 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Air and Hazardous Materials, Air Pollution Control Regulations No. 19, entitled “Control of Volatile Organic Compounds from Surface Coating Operations,” submitted to the Secretary of State on October 30, 1992 and effective on November 20, 1992.

(C) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Air and Hazardous Materials, Air Pollution Control Regulations No. 25, entitled “Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Cutback and Emulsified Asphalt,” submitted to the Secretary of State on October 30, 1992 and effective on November 20, 1992.

(D) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, Division of Air and Hazardous Materials, Air Pollution Control Regulations No. 26, entitled “Control of Organic Solvent Emissions from Manufacture of Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products,” submitted to the Secretary of State on October 30, 1992 and effective on November 20, 1992.

(ii) Additional materials.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, dated February 10, 1993, clarifying the November 13, 1992 revision to the SIP.

(B) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

(41) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on March 11, 1993.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated March 5, 1993 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Rhode Island's Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 9 entitled, “Air Pollution Control Permits,” except for Chapter 9.13, Application for an Air Toxics Operating Permit; Chapter 9.14, Administrative Action: Air Toxics Operating Permits; and Chapter 9.15, Transfer of an Air Toxics Operating Permit; and Appendix A, Toxic Air Pollutants, Minimum Quantities. This regulation was effective in the State of Rhode Island on March 24, 1993.

(ii) Additional materials.

(A) A fact sheet on the proposed amendments to Regulation No. 9 entitled, “Approval to Construct, Install, Modify or Operate”.

(B) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.

(42) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on January 12, 1993.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated January 12, 1993 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Revisions to Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 14, “Record Keeping and Reporting,” filed with the Secretary of State on January 11, 1993 and effective in the State of Rhode Island on January 31, 1993.

(ii) Additional materials.

(A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

(43) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on March 15, 1994.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated March 15, 1994 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Division of Air Resources, Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 32, “Control of Volatile Organic Compounds from Marine Vessel Loading Operations” effective in the State of Rhode Island on March 31, 1994, with the exception of Section 32.2.2 which Rhode Island did not submit as part of the SIP revision.

(ii) Additional materials.

(A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

(44) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on June 27, 1995.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated June 27, 1995 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air Pollution for the State of Rhode Island effective on July 17, 1995: Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 30, Control of Volatile Organic Compounds from Automotive Refinishing Operations.

(45) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on May 15, 1995

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection dated May 15, 1995 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Air Pollution Control Regulation 29.3 “Emissions Caps”; effective in the State of Rhode Island on May 18, 1995.

(ii) Additional materials.

(A) Non-regulatory portions of the submittal.

(46) A revision to the Rhode Island SIP regarding ozone monitoring. The State of Rhode Island will modify its SLAMS and its NAMS monitoring systems to include a PAMS network design and establish monitoring sites. The State's SIP revision satisfies 40 CFR 58.20(f) PAMS requirements.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated January 14, 1994 submitting an amendment to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated June 14, 1994 submitting an amendment to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(C) Section VII of the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan, Ambient Air Quality Monitoring.

(47) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on March 15, 1994.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated March 15, 1994 submitting revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air Pollution for the State of Rhode Island, with the exception of Section 31.2.2, effective 90 days after the date that EPA notifies Rhode Island that the State has failed to achieve a 15% reduction of VOC emission from the 1990 emission levels, in accordance with the contingency measure provisions of the Rhode Island SIP, (except for Section 31.5.2, which requires records of amount of product sold, beginning July, 1994.): Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 31, Control of Volatile Organic Compounds from Commercial and Consumer Products.

(C) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air Pollution for the State of Rhode Island, with the exception of Section 33.2.2, effective 90 days after the date that EPA notifies Rhode Island the State has failed to achieve a 15% reduction of VOC emission from the 1990 emission levels, in accordance with the contingency measure provisions of the Rhode Island SIP, (except for Section 33.5.2, which requires records of amount of product sold, beginning July, 1994.): Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 33, Control of Volatile Organic Compounds from Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings.

(48) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on September 17, 1996, which define and impose reasonably available control technology (RACT) to control nitrogen oxides emissions at major stationary sources in Rhode Island.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, dated September 17, 1996, submitting revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Regulation number 27, “Control of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions,” as adopted on December 27, 1995, effective January 16, 1996.

(C) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Rhode Island Hospital, file no. 95-14-AP, effective on November 27, 1995.

(D) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Osram Sylvania Incorporated, file no. 96-06-AP, effective on September 4, 1996.

(E) An air pollution permit approval, no. 1350, for Osram Sylvania Incorporated issued by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on May 14, 1996 and effective on that date.

(49) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on September 17, 1996, which define and impose alternative reasonably available control technology (RACT) requirements to control nitrogen oxides emissions at certain major stationary sources in Rhode Island.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated September 17, 1996, submitting revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Algonquin Gas Transmission Company, file no. 95-52-AP, effective on December 5, 1995.

(C) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Bradford Dyeing Association, Inc., file no. 95-28-AP, effective on November 17, 1995.

(D) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Hoechst Celanese Corporation, file no. 95-62-AP, effective on November 20, 1995.

(E) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and University of Rhode Island, file no. 95-50-AP, effective on March 12, 1996.

(F) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and the Naval Education and Training Center in Newport, file no. 96-07-AP, effective on March 4, 1996.

(50) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on September 21, 1998. The revisions consist of the State's 15 Percent plan and Contingency plan. The EPA is approving the calculation of the required emission reductions, and the emission reduction credit claimed from surface coating operations, printing operations, plant closures, cutback asphalt, synthetic pharmaceutical manufacturing, automobile refinishing, consumer and commercial products, architectural and industrial maintenance coatings, stage II vapor recovery, reformulated gasoline in on-road and off-road engines, tier I motor vehicle controls, and low emitting vehicles. EPA is taking no action at this time on the emission reduction credit claim made for the Rhode Island automobile inspection and maintenance program.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated September 21, 1998 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(51)-(53) [Reserved]

(54) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated 9 August 1996 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Changes to Air Pollution Control Regulation Number 9.

For the State of Rhode Island.

(55) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on February 13, 1998 and January 20, 1999 which define alternative NOX RACT requirements and impose seasonal limitations on the emissions of nitrogen oxides at certain major stationary sources in Rhode Island.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Letters from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, dated February 13, 1998 and January 20, 1999 submitting revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.

(B) Regulation number 38, “Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Program,” as adopted on May 21, 1998, submitted on effective on June 10, 1998.

(C) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation, file no. 96-04-AP, adopted and effective on September 2, 1997.

[37 FR 10891, May 31, 1972. Redesignated and amended at 64 FR 43085, Aug. 9, 1999]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.2087, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

§52.2088   Control strategy: Ozone.

(a) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on September 21, 1998. These revisions are for the purpose of satisfying the rate of progress requirement of section 182(c)(2)(B), and the contingency measure requirements of section 182(c)(9) of the Clean Air Act, for the Providence serious ozone nonattainment area.

(b) Approval—Revisions to the state implementation plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on March 24, 2003. The revisions are for the purpose of satisfying the one-hour ozone attainment demonstration requirements of section 182(c)(2)(A) of the Clean Air Act, for the Rhode Island serious ozone nonattainment area. The revision establishes a one-hour attainment date of November 15, 2007 for the Rhode Island serious ozone nonattainment area, and approves the contingency measures for purposes of attainment. This revision establishes motor vehicle emissions budgets for 2007 of 30.68 tons per day of volatile organic compounds and 33.97 tons per day of nitrogen oxides to be used in transportation conformity in the Rhode Island serious ozone nonattainment area. Rhode Island also commits to conduct a mid-course review to assess modeling and monitoring progress achieved towards the goal of attainment by 2007, and to submit the results to EPA by December 31, 2004.

(c) Determination of Attainment. Effective July 6, 2010, EPA is determining that the Providence (All of Rhode Island) 8-hour ozone nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone standard. Under the provisions of EPA's ozone implementation rule (see 40 CFR 51.918), this determination suspends the reasonable further progress and attainment demonstration requirements of section 182(b)(1) and related requirements of section 172(c)(9) of the Clean Air Act for as long as the area does not monitor any violations of the 1997 8-hour ozone standard. If a violation of the 1997 ozone NAAQS is monitored in the Providence (All of Rhode Island) 8-hour ozone nonattainment area, this determination shall no longer apply.

(d) Determination of Attainment. Effective November 22, 2010, EPA is determining that the Providence (All of Rhode Island) 8-hour ozone nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone standard based on 2007-2009 monitoring data. Under the provisions of EPA's ozone implementation rule (see 40 CFR 51.918), this determination suspends the reasonable further progress and attainment demonstration requirements of section 182(b)(1) and related requirements of section 172(c)(9) of the Clean Air Act for as long as the area does not monitor any violations of the 1997 8-hour ozone standard. If a violation of the 1997 ozone NAAQS is monitored in the Providence (All of Rhode Island) 8-hour ozone nonattainment area, this determination shall no longer apply. In addition, this area met its June 15, 2010 attainment deadline for the 1997 ozone standard.

(e) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on April 30, 2008. The revision is for the purpose of satisfying the rate of progress requirement of section 182(b)(1) from 2002 through 2008, and the contingency measure requirement of sections 172(c)(9) and of the Clean Air Act, for the Providence moderate ozone nonattainment area. The revision establishes motor vehicle emission budgets for 2008 of 24.64 tons per day of volatile organic compounds and 28.26 tons per day of nitrogen oxides to be used in transportation conformity in the Providence moderate 8-hour ozone nonattainment area.

[66 FR 30815, June 8, 2001, as amended at 68 FR 16724, Apr. 7, 2003; 75 FR 31290, June 3, 2010; 75 FR 64951, Oct. 22, 2010; 77 FR 50601, Aug. 22, 2012]

§52.2089   Control strategy: carbon monoxide.

(a) Approval—On September 22, 2008, the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management submitted a request to establish a limited maintenance plan for the Providence Rhode Island carbon monoxide attainment area for the remainder of the second ten-year maintenance plan. The State of Rhode Island has committed to year round carbon monoxide monitoring at the East Providence Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Station (PAMS) site; re-establishing downtown Providence CO monitoring if criteria specified in the Limited Maintenance Plan are triggered; and, ensuring that project-level carbon monoxide evaluations of transportation projects in the maintenance area are conducted. The limited maintenance plan satisfies all applicable requirements of section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Approval of a limited maintenance plan is conditioned on maintaining levels of ambient carbon monoxide levels below the required limited maintenance plan 8-hour carbon monoxide design value criterion of 7.65 parts per million. If the Limited Maintenance Plan criterion is no longer satisfied, Rhode Island must develop a full maintenance plan to meet Clean Air Act requirements.

(b) [Reserved]

[74 FR 12559, Mar. 25, 2009]

Subpart PP—South Carolina

§52.2120   Identification of plan.

(a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State implementation plan (SIP) for South Carolina under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7401-7671q and 40 CFR part 51 to meet national ambient air quality standards.

(b) Incorporation by reference.

(1) Material listed in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to July 31, 2009, for South Carolina was approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. Material is incorporated as it exists on the date of the approval, and notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal Register. Entries in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with EPA approval dates after July 31, 2009, for South Carolina will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2) EPA Region 4 certifies that the rules/regulations provided by EPA in the SIP compilation at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated State rules/regulations which have been approved as part of the State Implementation Plan as of the dates referenced in paragraph (b)(1).

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the Region 4 EPA Office at 61 Forsyth Street, SW., Atlanta, GA 30303 the Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, EPA Headquarters Library, Infoterra Room (Room Number 3334), EPA West Building, 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460, and the National Archives and Records Administration. If you wish to obtain materials from a docket in the EPA Headquarters Library, please call the Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) Docket/Telephone number: (202) 566-1742. For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/cfr/ibr-locations.html.

(c) EPA approved regulations.

Air Pollution Control Regulations for South Carolina

State citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateFederal Register notice
Regulation No. 62.1Definitions and General Requirements6/26/19988/10/200469 FR 48395
Section IDefinitions11/26/20104/3/1378 FR 19997
Section IIPermit Requirements6/24/20056/2/200873 FR 31368
Section IIIEmissions Inventory2/25/200512/7/200671 FR 70880
Section IVSource Tests6/27/20038/10/200469 FR 48395
Section VCredible Evidence7/27/200111/13/200267 FR 68767
Regulation No. 62.2Prohibition of Open Burning6/25/20048/26/200570 FR 50195
Regulation No. 62.3Air Pollution Episodes
Section IEpisode Criteria10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Section IIEmission Reduction Requirements4/22/198810/3/198954 FR 40659
Regulation No. 62.4Hazardous Air Pollution Conditions12/20/19781/29/198045 FR 6572
Regulation No. 62.5Air Pollution Control Standards
Standard No. 1Emissions from Fuel Burning Operations
Section IVisible Emissions10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Section IIParticulate Matter Emissions4/22/198810/3/198954 FR 40659
Section IIISulfur Dioxide Emissions3/3/198310/29/198449 FR 43469
Section IVOpacity Monitoring Requirements4/22/19887/2/199055 FR 27226
Section VExemptions5/24/198510/3/198954 FR 40659
Section VIPeriodic Testing6/26/19988/10/200469 FR 48395
Section VII[Reserved]
Standard No. 2Ambient Air Quality Standards4/27/20124/3/1378 FR 19997
Standard No. 4Emissions From Process Industries      
Section IGeneral2/28/19862/17/198752 FR 4772
Section IISulfuric Acid Manufacturing2/28/19862/17/198752 FR 4772
Section IIIKraft Pulp and Paper Manufacturing Plants4/22/198810/3/198954 FR 40659
Section IVPortland Cement Manufacturing2/28/19862/17/198752 FR 4772
Section VCotton Gins10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Section VIHot Mix Asphalt Manufacturing5/24/198510/3/198954 FR 40659
Section VIIMetal Refining2/28/19862/17/198752 FR 4772
Section VIIIOther Manufacturing10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Section IXVisible Emissions4/22/19887/2/199055 FR 27226
Section XNon-Enclosed Operations4/22/19887/2/199055 FR 27226
Section XITotal Reduced Sulfur Emissions of Kraft Pulp Mills10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Section XIIPeriodic Testing6/26/19988/10/200469 FR 48395
Section XIII[Reserved]
Standard No. 5Volatile Organic Compounds
Section IGeneral Provisions10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part ADefinitions10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part BGeneral Applicability10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part CAlternatives and Exceptions to Control Requirements10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part DCompliance Schedules10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part EVolatile Organic Compound Compliance Testing6/26/19988/10/200469 FR 48395
Part FRecordkeeping, Reporting, Monitoring10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part GEquivalency Calculations10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Section IIProvisions for Specific Sources
Part BSurface Coating of Coils8/24/19902/4/199257 FR 4158
Part CSurface Coating of Paper, Vinyl, and Fabric8/24/19902/4/199257 FR 4158
Part DSurface Coating of Metal Furniture and Large Appliances8/24/19902/4/199257 FR 4158
Part ESurface Coating of Magnet Wire10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part FSurface Coating of Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part GSurface Coating of Flat Wood Paneling2/25/198310/31/198348 FR 50078
Part HGraphic Arts—Rotogravure Flexography2/25/198310/31/198348 FR 50078
Part I[Reserved]
Part J[Reserved]
Part K[Reserved]
Part L[Reserved]
Part M[Reserved]
Part NSolvent Metal Cleaning10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part OPetroleum Liquid Storage in Fixed Roof Tanks2/25/198310/31/198348 FR 50078
Part PPetroleum Liquid Storage in External Floating Roof Tanks2/25/198310/31/198348 FR 50078
Part QManufacture of Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products10/24/20084/3/1378 FR 19997
Part RManufacture of Pneumatic Rubber Tires2/25/198310/31/198348 FR 50078
Part SCutback Asphalt6/13/197912/16/198146 FR 61268
Part TBulk Gasoline Terminals and Vapor Collection Systems2/25/198310/31/198348 FR 50078
Standard No. 5.2Control of Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX)6/25/20048/26/200570 FR 50195
Standard No. 6Alternative Emission Limitation Options (“Bubble”)10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Section IGeneral
Section IIConditions for Approval
Part AEmissions of Total Suspended Particulate or Sulfur Dioxide10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part BEmissions of Volatile Organic Compounds10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part CEmissions of Nitrogen Dioxide, Carbon Monoxide, or Lead10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part DDesignated Pollutants10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Part EDe Minimis Cases10/26/20015/7/200267 FR 30594
Section IIIEnforceability
Standard No. 7Prevention of Significant Deterioration14/27/20124/3/1378 FR 19997
Standard No. 7.1Nonattainment New Source Review12/25/20116/23/201176 FR 36875.
Section IDefinitions6/24/20056/2/200873 FR 31368
Section IIAmbient Air Limits6/24/20056/2/200873 FR 31368
Section IIIReview of Major Plants and Major Modifications—Applicability and Exemptions6/24/20056/2/200873 FR 31368
Section IVReview Requirements—Supplement C4/26/19968/20/199762 FR 44218
Regulation No. 62.6Control of Fugitive Particulate Matter5/24/198510/3/198954 FR 40659
Section IControl of Fugitive Particulate Matter in Non-Attainment Areas5/24/198510/3/198954 FR 40659
Section IIControl of Fugitive Particulate Matter in Problem Areas5/24/198510/3/198954 FR 40659
Section IIIControl of Fugitive Particulate Matter Statewide5/24/198510/3/198954 FR 40659
Section IVEffective Date5/24/198510/3/198954 FR 40659
Regulation No. 62.7Good Engineering Practice Stack Height5/23/19865/28/198752 FR 19858
Section IGeneral5/23/19865/28/198752 FR 19858
Section IIApplicability5/23/19865/28/198752 FR 19858
Section IIIDefinitions and Conditions5/23/19865/28/198752 FR 19858
Section IVPublic Participation5/23/19865/28/198752 FR 19858
Regulation No. 62.96Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) and Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Budget Trading Program General Provisions10/24/200810/16/200974 FR 53167
Regulation No. 62.99Nitrogen Oxides (NOX) Budget Program Requirements for Stationary Sources Not in the Trading Program5/24/20026/28/200267 FR 43546
S.C. Code Ann.Ethics Reform Act
Section 8-13-100(31)Definitions1/1/19928/1/201277 FR 45492
Section 8-13-700(A) and (B)Use of official position or office for financial gain; disclosure of potential conflict of interest1/1/19928/1/201277 FR 45492
Section 8-13-730Membership on or employment by regulatory agency of person associated with regulated business1/1/19928/1/201277 FR 45492

1This regulation (submitted on April 14, 2009) includes the phrase “except ethanol production facilities producing ethanol by natural fermentation under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 325193 or 312140,” (at Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 7(b)(32)(i)(a) and (iii)(b)(t), (42)(i)1(viii)(t) and Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 7.1(c)7(C)(xx) and (e)(T)) as amended in the Ethanol Rule. See 72 FR 24060 (May 1, 2007). EPA has not yet taken action to approve this phrase in the South Carolina SIP.

(d) EPA-approved State Source specific requirements.

EPA-Approved South Carolina Source-Specific Requirements

Name of sourcePermit No.State effective dateEPA approval dateComments
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Corporation Station 1402060-0179-CD4/27/20044/23/2009,
74 FR 18471
This permit is incorporated in fulfillment of the NOX SIP Call Phase II requirements for South Carolina.

(e) EPA-approved South Carolina non-regulatory provisions.

ProvisionState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanation
Cherokee County Ozone Attainment Demonstration and Ten-year Maintenance Plan6/26/199812/18/1998, 63 FR 70019
Cherokee County Ozone Ten Year Maintenance Plan1/31/20024/26/2002, 67 FR 20647
Transportation Conformity10/24/20031/29/2004, 69 FR 4245
Attainment Demonstration for the Appalachian, Catawba, Pee Dee, Waccamaw, Santee Lynches, Berkeley-Charleston-Dorchester, Low Country, Lower Savannah, Central Midlands, and Upper Savannah Early Action Compact Areas6/25/20048/26/2005, 70 FR 50195
South Carolina Transportation Conformity Air Quality Implementation Plan11/19/20087/28/2009, 74 FR 37168
Cherokee County 110(a)(1) Maintenance Plan for the 1997 8-Hour Ozone Standard12/13/20077/31/2009, 74 FR 26099
South Carolina 110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 8-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards12/13/200707/13/2011, 76 FR 41111For the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.
Applicability of Reasonably Available Control Technology for the Portion of York County, South Carolina8/31/200711/28/11
76 FR 72844
Demonstration for Bowater Coated Paper Division; for Cytec Carbon Fibers; and for Georgia-Pacific—Catawba Hardboard Plant.
Negative Declaration for Applicability of Groups I Control Techniques Guidelines for York County, South Carolina8/31/200711/28/11
76 FR 72844
Applicable to the 1997 8-hour Ozone boundary in York County only (Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study Metropolitan Planning Organization Area).
Negative Declaration for Applicability of Group II Control Techniques Guidelines for York County, South Carolina8/31/200711/28/11
76 FR 72844
Applicable to the 1997 8-hour Ozone boundary in York County only (Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study Metropolitan Planning Organization Area).
Negative Declaration for Applicability of Group III Control Techniques Guidelines for York County, South Carolina2/23/200911/28/11
76 FR 72844
Applicable to the 1997 8-hour Ozone boundary in York County only (Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study Metropolitan Planning Organization Area).
Negative Declaration for Applicability of Group IV Control Techniques Guidelines for York County, South Carolina7/7/200911/28/11
76 FR 72844
Applicable to the 1997 8-hour Ozone boundary in York County only (Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study Metropolitan Planning Organization Area).
South Carolina portion of bi-state Charlotte; 1997 8-Hour Ozone 2002 Base Year Emissions Inventory04/29/201005/18/2012, 77 FR 29540Applicable to the 1997 8-hour Ozone boundary in York County only (Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study Metropolitan Planning Organization Area).
Regional haze plan12/17/20076/28/201277 FR 38509.
South Carolina portion of bi-state Charlotte; 1997 8-Hour Ozone Emissions Statement04/29/20106/25/2012, 77 FR 37815Applicable to the 1997 8-hour Ozone boundary in York County only (Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study Metropolitan Planning Organization Area).
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for 1997 Fine Particulate Matter National Ambient Air Quality Standards4/14/20088/1/2012, 77 FR 45494
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for 2006 Fine Particulate Matter National Ambient Air Quality Standards9/18/20098/1/2012, 77 FR 45494
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for 1997 and 2006 Fine Particulate Matter National Ambient Air Quality Standards Elements 110(a)(1) and (2) (E)(ii) and (G)4/3/20128/1/2012, 77 FR 45494
110(a)(2)(D)(i)(I) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS9/18/200910/11/2012, 77 FR 61727EPA partially disapproved this SIP submission to the extent that it relied on the Clean Air Interstate Rule to meet the 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(I) requirements for the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS.
York County 1997 8-hour ozone reasonable further progress plan08/31/0710/15/12, 77 FR 62454Original submission.
Update for York County 1997 8-hour ozone reasonable further progress plan04/29/1010/15/12, 77 FR 62454Original submission updated to include required 2008 VOC MVEB.
1997 8-hour ozone Maintenance Plan for the South Carolina portion of the bi-state Charlotte AreaJune 1, 201112/26/12, 77 FR 75862Applicable to the 1997 8-hour ozone boundary in York County only (Rock Hill-Fort Mill Area Transportation Study Metropolitan Planning Organization Area).
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for 1997 Fine Particulate Matter National Ambient Air Quality Standards4/14/20084/12/2013, 78 FR 21845Addressing element 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(II) prong 3 only
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for 2006 Fine Particulate Matter National Ambient Air Quality Standards9/18/20094/12/2013, 78 FR 21845Addressing element 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(II) prong 3 only
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for 1997 Fine Particulate Matter National Ambient Air Quality Standards4/14/20085/7/2014, 79 FR 26149Addressing prong 4 of section 110(a)(2)(D)(i) only.
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for 2006 Fine Particulate Matter National Ambient Air Quality Standards9/18/20095/7/2014, 79 FR 26149Addressing prong 4 of section 110(a)(2)(D)(i) only.

[62 FR 35444, July 1, 1997]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.2120, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

§52.2121   Classification of regions.

The South Carolina plan was evaluated on the basis of the following classifications:

Air quality control regionPollutant
Particulate matterSulfur oxidesNitrogen dioxideCarbon monoxidePhotochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons)
Augusta (Georgia)-Aiken (South Carolina) InterstateIIIIIIIIIII
Metropolitan Charlotte InterstateIIIIIIIIII
Camden-Sumter IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Charleston IntrastateIIIIIIIIIII
Columbia IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Florence IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Georgetown IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Greenville-Spartanburg IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIII
Greenwood IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Savannah (Georgia)-Beaufort (South Carolina) InterstateIIIIIIIIIII

§52.2122   Approval status.

(a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator approves South Carolina's plan for the attainment and maintenance of the national standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, the Administrator finds that the plan satisfies all requirements of part D, title 1, of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1977.

(b) EPA disapproved South Carolina's generic bubble regulation submitted for approval into the State Implementation Plan (SIP) on June 5, 1985.

(c)(1) Insofar as the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) provisions found in this subpart apply to stationary sources of greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions, the Administrator approves that application only to the extent that GHGs are “subject to regulation”, as provided in this paragraph (c), and the Administrator takes no action on that application to the extent that GHGs are not “subject to regulation.”

(2) Beginning January 2, 2011, the pollutant GHGs is subject to regulation if:

(i) The stationary source is a new major stationary source for a regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will emit or will have the potential to emit 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; or

(ii) The stationary source is an existing major stationary source for a regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will have an emissions increase of a regulated NSR pollutant, and an emissions increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; and,

(3) Beginning July 1, 2011, in addition to the provisions in paragraph (c)(2) of this section, the pollutant GHGs shall also be subject to regulation:

(i) At a new stationary source that will emit or have the potential to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e; or

(ii) At an existing stationary source that emits or has the potential to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e, when such stationary source undertakes a physical change or change in the method of operation that will result in an emissions increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e or more.

(4) For purposes of this paragraph (c)—

(i) The term greenhouse gas shall mean the air pollutant defined in 40 CFR 86.1818-12(a) as the aggregate group of six greenhouse gases: Carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, methane, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons, and sulfur hexafluoride.

(ii) The term tpy CO2 equivalent emissions (CO2e) shall represent an amount of GHGs emitted, and shall be computed as follows:

(A) Multiplying the mass amount of emissions (tpy), for each of the six greenhouse gases in the pollutant GHGs, by the gas's associated global warming potential published at Table A-1 to subpart A of 40 CFR part 98—Global Warming Potentials.

(B) Sum the resultant value from paragraph (c)(4)(ii)(A) of this section for each gas to compute a tpy CO2e.

(iii) The term emissions increase shall mean that both a significant emissions increase (as calculated using the procedures in South Carolina Air Pollution Control Regulations and Standards (South Carolina Regulations) 61-62.5, Standard No. 7, paragraph (a)(2)(iv)) and a significant net emissions increase (as defined in South Carolina Air Pollution Control Regulations and Standards (South Carolina Regulations) 61-62.5, Standard No. 7, paragraphs (b)(34) and (b)(49)(i)) occur. For the pollutant GHGs, an emissions increase shall be based on tpy CO2e, and shall be calculated assuming the pollutant GHGs is a regulated NSR pollutant, and “significant” is defined as 75,000 tpy CO2e instead of applying the value in South Carolina Air Pollution Control Regulations and Standards (South Carolina Regulations) 61-62.5, Standard No. 7, paragraph (b)(49)(ii).

(d) Regulation 61-62.5 Standard No. 7—This regulation (submitted on July 1, 2005) includes two portions of EPA's 2002 NSR Reform Rules that were vacated by the D.C. Circuit Court—Pollution Control Projects (PCPs) and clean units. As a result, EPA is disapproving all rules and/or rule sections in the South Carolina PSD rules referencing clean units or PCPs. Specifically, the following South Carolina rules are being disapproved: (a)(2)(iv)(e); (a)(2)(iv)(f) (second sentence only); (a)(2)(vi); (b)(12); (b)(30)(iii)(h); (b)(34)(iii)(b); (b)(34)(vi)(d); (b)(35); (r)(6)—only the reference to the term “clean unit” is being disapproved. The remainder of this regulatory provision is being approved); (r)(7)—only the reference to the term “clean unit” is being disapproved. The remainder of this regulatory provision is being approved); (x); (y) and (z).

(e) Regulation 61-62.5 Standard No. 7.1—EPA is disapproving two provisions of South Carolina's NNSR program (submitted on July 1, 2005) that relate to provisions that were vacated from the federal program by the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit on June 24, 2005. The two provisions vacated from the federal rules pertain to Pollution Control Projects (PCPs) and clean units. The PCP and clean unit references are severable from the remainder of the NNSR program. Specifically, the following sections of South Carolina Regulation 61-62.5 Standard No. 7.1 are being disapproved: (b)(5); (b)(6)—Second sentence only; (b)(8); (c)(4); (c)(6)(C)(viii); (c)(8)(C)(iii); (c)(8)(E)(v); (c)(10); (d)(1)(C)(ix); (d)(1)(C)(x); (d)(3)—Only the reference to the term “clean unit” is being disapproved. The remainder of this regulatory provision is being approved; (d)(4)—Only the reference to the term “clean unit” is being disapproved. The remainder of this regulatory provision is being approved; (f); (g) and (h). These disapprovals were amended in 73 FR 31371, (June 2, 2008)

[45 FR 6575, Jan. 29, 1980, as amended at 60 FR 12702, Mar. 8, 1995; 75 FR 82560, Dec. 30, 2010; 76 FR 36879, June 23, 2011; 79 FR 30051, May 27, 2014]

§52.2124   Legal authority.

(a)-(c) [Reserved]

(d) The requirements of §51.230(d) of this chapter are not met since statutory authority to prevent construction, modification, or operation of a facility, building, structure, or installation, or combination thereof, which indirectly results or may result in emissions of any air pollutant at any location which will prevent the maintenance of a national air quality standard is not adequate.

[37 FR 10892, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 7284, Feb. 25, 1974; 41 FR 10065, Mar. 9, 1976; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

§52.2125   Control strategy: Ozone.

(a) Determination of attaining data. EPA has determined, as of November 15, 2011, the bi-state Charlotte-Gastonia-Rockhill, North Carolina-South Carolina nonattainment area has attaining data for the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.918, suspends the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standards for as long as this area continues to meet the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.

(b) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2008-2010, EPA determined that the Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill, North Carolina-South Carolina, 1997 8-hour ozone nonattainment Area attained the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS by the applicable attainment date of June 15, 2011. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 181(b)(2) to determine, based on the Area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the Area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill, North Carolina-South Carolina, 1997 8-hour ozone nonattainment Area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 181(b)(2).

[76 FR 70660, Nov. 15, 2011, as amended at 77 FR 13494, Mar. 7, 2012]

§52.2126   VOC rule deficiency correction.

Sections I and II of South Carolina's Regulations 62.1 and 62.5 is approved. The State submitted these regulations to EPA for approval on September 18, 1990. Sections I and II of Regulation 62.5 were intended to correct deficiencies cited in a letter calling for the State to revise its SIP for ozone from Mr. Greer C. Tidwell, the EPA Regional Administrator, to Governor Carroll A. Campbell on May 26, 1988, and clarified in a letter from Mr. Winston A. Smith, EPA Region IV, Air, Pesticides and Toxics Management Division, to Mr. Otto E. Pearson, former Director of the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control:

(a) South Carolina's VOC regulations contain no method for determining capture efficiency. This deficiency must be corrected after EPA publishes guidance on the methods for determining capture efficiency before the SIP for ozone can be fully approved.

(b) [Reserved]

[57 FR 4161, Feb. 4, 1992, as amended at 59 FR 17937, Apr. 15, 1994]

§§52.2127-52.2129   [Reserved]

§52.2130   Control strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.

In letters dated May 7, and December 2, 1986, the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control certified that no emission limits in the State's plan are based on dispersion techniques not permitted by EPA's stack height rules. This certification does not apply to Public Service Authority—Winyah, Bowater, and SCE & G—Williams.

[79 FR 30051, May 27, 2014]

§52.2131   Significant deterioration of air quality.

(a)-(b) [Reserved]

(c) All applications and other information required pursuant to §52.21 from sources located in the State of South Carolina shall be submitted to the State agency, South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control, 2600 Bull Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201, rather than to EPA's Region 4 office.

[42 FR 4124, Jan. 24, 1977, as amended at 47 FR 6018, Feb. 10, 1982; 74 FR 55143, Oct. 27, 2009]

§52.2132   Visibility protection.

(a) [Reserved]

(b) Regulation for visibility monitoring. The provisions of §52.26 are hereby incorporated and made a part of the applicable plan for the State of South Carolina.

(c) Long-term strategy. The provisions of §52.29 are hereby incorporated and made part of the applicable plan for the State of South Carolina.

(d) Regional Haze. The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not met because the regional haze plan submitted by South Carolina on December 17, 2007, does not include fully approvable measures for meeting the requirements of 40 CFR 51.308(d)(3) and 51.308(e) with respect to emissions of NOX and SO2 from electric generating units. EPA has given limited disapproval to the plan provisions addressing these requirements.

(e) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated with NOX. The deficiencies associated with NOX identified in EPA's limited disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by South Carolina on December 17, 2007, are satisfied by §52.2140.

(f) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated with SO2. The deficiencies associated with SO2 identified in EPA's limited disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by South Carolina on December 17, 2007, are satisfied by §52.2141.

[50 FR 28553, July 12, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 45137, Nov. 24, 1987; 77 FR 33658, June 7, 2012; 77 FR 38515, June 28, 2012]

§52.2133   General conformity.

The General Conformity regulations adopted into the South Carolina State Implementation Plan which were submitted on November 8, 1996. South Carolina incorporated by reference regulations 40 CFR part 51, subpart W—determining conformity of General Federal Actions to State or Federal Implementation Plans.

[62 FR 32538, June 16, 1997]

§52.2134   Original identification of plan section.

(a) This section identified the original “Air Implementation Plan for the State of South Carolina” and all revisions submitted by South Carolina that were federally approved prior to July 1, 1997. The information in this section is available in the 40 CFR, part 52 edition revised as of July 1, 1999, the 40 CFR, part 52, Volume 2 of 2 (§§52.1019 to End) editions revised as of July 1, 2000 through July 1, 2011, and the 40 CFR, part 52, Volume 3 of 3 (§§52.2020 to End) editions revised as of July 1, 2012.

(b)-(c) [Reserved]

[79 FR 30051, May 27, 2014]

§52.2140   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?

(a)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of South Carolina and Indian country within the borders of the State and for which requirements are set forth under the TR NOX Annual Trading Program in subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to comply with such requirements with regard to sources and units in the State will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to South Carolina's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting in part the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under §52.38(a), except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional. The obligation to comply with such requirements with regard to sources and units located in Indian country within the borders of the State will not be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to South Carolina's SIP.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a)(1) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of South Carolina's SIP revision described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of TR NOX Annual allowances under subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of TR NOX Annual allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

(b)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of South Carolina and Indian country within the borders of the State and for which requirements are set forth under the TR NOX Ozone Season Trading Program in subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to comply with such requirements with regard to sources and units in the State will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to South Carolina's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting in part the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under §52.38(b), except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional. The obligation to comply with such requirements with regard to sources and units located in Indian country within the borders of the State will not be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to South Carolina's SIP.

(2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (b)(1) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of South Carolina's SIP revision described in paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of TR NOX Ozone Season allowances under subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of TR NOX Ozone Season allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48373, Aug. 8, 2011]

§52.2141   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

(a) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of South Carolina and Indian country within the borders of the State and for which requirements are set forth under the TR SO2 Group 2 Trading Program in subpart DDDDD of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to comply with such requirements with regard to sources and units in the State will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to South Carolina's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting in part the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under §52.39, except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional. The obligation to comply with such requirements with regard to sources and units located in Indian country within the borders of the State will not be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to South Carolina's SIP.

(b) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of South Carolina's SIP revision described in paragraph (a) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of TR SO2 Group 1 allowances under subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of TR SO2 Group 1 allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48373, Aug. 8, 2011]

Subpart QQ—South Dakota

§52.2170   Identification of plan.

Link to an amendment published at 79 FR 36425, June 27, 2014.

(a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State Implementation Plan for South Dakota under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7410 and 40 CFR part 51 to meet national ambient air quality standards or other requirements under the Clean Air Act.

(b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to November 15, 2004 was approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. Material is incorporated as submitted by the state to EPA, and notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal Register. Entries for paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with EPA approval dates after November 15, 2004, will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2) EPA Region 8 certifies that the rules/regulations provided by EPA in the SIP compilation at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated state rules/regulations which have been approved as part of the State Implementation Plan as of November 15, 2004.

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 8, 999 18th Street, Suite 300, Denver, Colorado, 80202-2466; Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Room B-108 (Mail Code 6102T), 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460; and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call (202) 741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/code_of_federal_regulations/ibr_locations.html.

(c) EPA approved regulations.

(1) State of South Dakota Regulations

State citation Title/subject State effective date EPA approval date and
citation1
Explanations
74:36:01   Definitions
74:36:01:01Definitions 74:36:01:01(8)(e), (29), (30), (77)6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:01:05Applicable Requirements of the Clean Air Act Defined6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:01:08Major source defined4/4/199979 FR 21854; 4/18/2014
74:36:01:15Regulated air pollutant defined1/5/199579 FR 21854; 4/18/2014
74:36:01:20Physical change or change in the method of operation6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:02   Ambient Air Quality
74:36:02:02Ambient air quality standards6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:02:03Methods of sampling and analysis6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:02:04Air quality monitoring network6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:02:05Ambient air monitoring requirements6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:03   Air Quality Episodes
74:36:03:01Air pollution emergency episode6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:03:02Episode emergency contingency plan6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:04   Operating Permits for Minor Sources
74:36:04:04Standard for issuance of operating permit6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:06   Regulated Air Pollutant Emissions
74:36:06:04Particulate emission restrictions for incinerators and waste wood burners1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:06:06Stack performance test1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:07   New Source Performance Standards2
74:36:07:08Ash Disposal requirements12/29/965/22/00, 65 FR 32033
74:36:07:11Additional permit requirements for asphalt plants (repealed)4/4/995/22/00, 65 FR 32033
74:36:07:29Operating requirements for wire reclamation furnaces4/22/939/6/95, 60 FR 46222
74:36:07:30Monitoring requirements for wire reclamation furnaces4/22/939/6/95, 60 FR 46222
74:36:09   Prevention of Significant Deterioration
74:36:09:01Applicability9/18/0672 FR 72617
74:36:09:01.01Prevention of significant deterioration permit required9/18/0672 FR 72617
74:36:09:02Prevention of significant deterioration6/28/20104/18/2014, 79 FR 21854
74:36:09:03Public participation6/28/106/30/11, 7/22/11, 76 FR 43912
74:36:10   New Source Review
74:36:10:02Definitions1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:10:03.01New source review preconstruction permit required1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:10:05New source review preconstruction permit1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:10:07Determining credit for emission offsets1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:10:08Projected actual emissions1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:10:09Clean unit test for emission units subject to lowest achievable emission rate1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:10:10Clean unit test for emission units comparable to lowest achievable emission rate1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:11   Performance Testing
74:36:11:01Stack performance testing or other testing methods6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:12   Control of Visible Emissions
74:36:12:01Restrictions on visible emissions6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:12:03Exceptions granted to alfalfa pelletizers or dehydrators6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:13   Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems
74:36:13:02Minimum performance specifications for all continuous emission monitoring systems6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:13:03Reporting requirements6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:13:04Notice to department of exceedance6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:13:06Compliance certification6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:13:07Credible evidence6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:13:08Compliance Assurance Monitoring6/13/200672 FR 57864; 10/11/2007
74:36:13:07Credible evidence1/2/058/14/06, 71 FR 46403
74:36:17   Rapid City Street Sanding and Deicing
74:36:17:01Applicability2/11/966/10/02, 67 FR 39619
74:36:17:02Reasonable available control technology2/11/966/10/02, 67 FR 39619
74:36:17:03Street sanding specifications2/11/966/10/02, 67 FR 39619
74:36:17:04Street deicing and maintenance plan2/11/966/10/02, 67 FR 39619
74:36:17:05Street sanding and sweeping recordkeeping2/11/966/10/02, 67 FR 39619
74:36:17:06Inspection authority2/11/966/10/02, 67 FR 39619
74:36:18   Regulations for State Facilities in the Rapid City Area
74:36:18:01Definitions7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:02Applicability7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:03Permit required7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:04Time period for permits and renewals7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:05Required contents of a complete application for a permit7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:06Contents of permit7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:07Permit expiration7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:08Renewal of permit7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:09Reasonably available control technology required7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:10Visible emission limit for construction and continuous operation activities7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:11Exception to visible emission limit7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:18:12Notice of operating noncompliance—Contents7/1/021/20/04, 69 FR 2671
74:36:21   Regional Haze Program
74:36:21:01Applicability12/7/104/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:02Definitions9/19/114/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:03Existing stationary facility defined12/7/104/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:04Visibility impact analysis12/7/104/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:05BART determination12/7/104/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:06BART determination for a BART-eligible coal-fired power plant9/19/114/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:07Installation of controls based on visibility impact analysis or BART determination12/7/104/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:08Operation and maintenance of controls12/7/104/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:09Monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting9/19/114/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:10Permit to construct12/7/104/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:11Permit required for BART determination12/7/104/26/12, 77 FR 24845
74:36:21:12Federal land manager notification and review12/7/104/26/12, 77 FR 24845

1In order to determine the EPA effective date for a specific provision listed in this table, consult the Federal Register notice cited in this column for the particular provision.

2The listed provisions are the only provisions of 74:36:07 included in the SIP.

(2) Pennington County Ordinance.

Ordinance citationTitle/subject Adoption date EPA approval date and
citation3
Explanations
Ordinance #12—Fugitive Dust Regulation—1.0 Control of Fugitive Dust
1.1Applicability12/12/787/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.2Definitions12/12/787/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.3Standard of Compliance12/12/787/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.4Reasonably available control technology required12/12/787/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.5Fugitive dust control permits required for construction activities, i.e., temporary operations12/12/787/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.6Compliance plans and schedules required, i.e., continuous operations12/12/787/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.7Enforcement procedures12/12/787/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.8Establishment of administrative mechanisms12/12/787/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.9Separability12/12/787/30/79, 44 FR 44494.

3In order to determine the EPA effective date for a specific provision that is listed in this table, consult the Federal Register cited in this column for that particular provision.

(d) EPA-approved source-specific requirements.

Name of source Nature of requirement State effective date EPA approval date and citation4 Explanations
South Dakota State University steam generating PlantVariance No. AQ 79-023/18/827/7/83, 48 FR 31199Variance expired on 3/18/85.

4In order to determine the EPA effective date for a specific provision that is listed in this table, consult the Federal Register cited in this column for that particular provision.

(e) EPA-approved nonregulatory provisions.

Name of nonregulatory SIP provision Applicable geographic or non-attainment area State submittal date/adopted date EPA approval date and citation5 Explanations
I. South Dakota's Air Pollution Control Implementation Plan. Contains the following sections:
      A. Introduction
      B. Legal Authority
      C. Control Strategy
      D. Compliance Schedule
StatewideSubmitted: 1/27/72 and 5/2/72 Adopted: 1/17/725/31/72, 37 FR 10842 with correction and clarification on 7/27/72, 37 FR 15080.
E. Prevention of Air Pollution Emergency Episodes
F. Air Quality Surveillance
G. Review of New Sources and Modifications
H. Source Surveillance
I. Resources
J. Intergovernmental Cooperation
II. Part D Plan for Total Suspended ParticulateRapid CitySubmitted: 12/27/78 Adopted: 12/787/30/79 44 FR 44494.
III. SIP to meet Air Quality Monitoring 40 CFR part 58, subpart c, paragraph 58.20 and public notification required under section 127 of the Clean Air ActStatewideSubmitted: 1/21/809/4/80, 45 FR 58528.
IV. Lead SIPStatewideSubmitted: 5/4/849/26/84, 49 FR 37752.
V. Stack Height Demonstration AnalysisStatewideSubmitted: 8/20/96 and 12/3/866/7/89, 54 FR 24334.
VI. Commitment to revise stack height rules in response to NRDC v. Thomas, 838 F.2d 1224 (DC Cir. 1988)StatewideSubmitted: 5/11/889/2/88, 53 FR 34077.
VII. PM10 Committal SIPStatewideSubmitted: 7/12/8810/5/90, 55 FR 4083.1
VIII. Small Business Assistance ProgramStatewideSubmitted: 11/10/92 and 4/1/9410/25/94, 59 FR 53589.
IX. Commitment regarding permit exceedences of the PM10 standard in Rapid CityRapid CitySubmitted: 7/19/956/10/02, 67 FR 39619.
X. Interstate Transport. South Dakota Interstate Transport Report satisfying the requirement of Section 110(a)(2)(D)(i) of the CAA for the 1997 8-hour ozone and PM2.5 standardsStatewideSubmitted: 5/15/07
Adopted: 4/19/07
5/8/08, 73 FR 26019.
XI. Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 8-hour Ozone NAAQSStatewide2/1/086/30/11, 7/22/11, 76 FR 43912
XII. South Dakota Regional Haze State Implementation PlanStatewideSubmitted: 1/21/114/26/12, 77 FR 24845Excluding portions of the following: Sections 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, and 8.5 because these provisions were superseded by a later submittal.
XIII. South Dakota Regional Haze State Implementation Plan, AmendmentStatewideSubmitted: 9/19/114/26/12, 77 FR 24845Including only portions of the following: Sections 7.2, 7.3, 7.4, and 8.5; excluding all other portions of the submittal.

5In order to determine the EPA effective date for a specific provision that is listed in this table, consult the Federal Register cited in this column for that particular provision.

[70 FR 11128, Mar. 8, 2005, as amended at 71 FR 46407, Aug. 14, 2006; 72 FR 57868, Oct. 11, 2007; 72 FR 72621, Dec. 21, 2007; 73 FR 26024, May 8, 2008; 76 FR 43917, July 22, 2011; 77 FR 24856, Apr. 26, 2012; 79 FR 21854, Apr. 18, 2014]

§52.2171   Classification of regions.

The South Dakota plan evaluated on the basis of the following classifications:

Air quality control regionPollutant
Particulate matterSulfur oxidesNitrogen dioxideCarbon monoxidePhotochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons)
Metropolitan Sioux City InterstateIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Metropolitan Sioux Falls InterstateIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Black Hills—Rapid City IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIIII
South Dakota IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

[37 FR 10893, May 31, 1972]

§52.2172   Approval status.

(a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator approves South Dakota's plan as meeting the requirements of section 110 of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977. Furthermore, the Administrator finds that the plan satisfies all requirements of Part D of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977.

(b)(1) Insofar as the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) provisions found in this subpart apply to stationary sources of greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions, the Administrator approves that application only to the extent that GHGs are “subject to regulation”, as provided in this paragraph (b), and the Administrator takes no action on that application to the extent that GHGs are not “subject to regulation.”

(2) Beginning January 2, 2011, the pollutant GHGs is subject to regulation if:

(i) The stationary source is a new major stationary source for a regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will emit or will have the potential to emit 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; or

(ii) The stationary source is an existing major stationary source for a regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will have an emissions increase of a regulated NSR pollutant, and an emissions increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; and,

(3) Beginning July 1, 2011, in addition to the provisions in paragraph (b)(2) of this section, the pollutant GHGs shall also be subject to regulation:

(i) At a new stationary source that will emit or have the potential to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e; or

(ii) At an existing stationary source that emits or has the potential to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e, when such stationary source undertakes a physical change or change in the method of operation that will result in an emissions increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e or more.

(4) For purposes of this paragraph (b)—

(i) The term greenhouse gas shall mean the air pollutant defined in 40 CFR 86.1818-12(a) as the aggregate group of six greenhouse gases: Carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, methane, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons, and sulfur hexafluoride.

(ii) The term tpy CO2 equivalent emissions (CO2e) shall represent an amount of GHGs emitted, and shall be computed as follows:

(A) Multiplying the mass amount of emissions (tpy), for each of the six greenhouse gases in the pollutant GHGs, by the gas's associated global warming potential published at Table A-1 to subpart A of 40 CFR part 98—Global Warming Potentials.

(B) Sum the resultant value from paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) of this section for each gas to compute a tpy CO2e.

(iii) The term emissions increase shall mean that both a significant emissions increase (as calculated using the procedures in 40 CFR 52.21(a)(2)(iv)) and a significant net emissions increase (as defined in paragraphs 40 CFR 52.21(b)(3) and (b)(23)(i)) occur. For the pollutant GHGs, an emissions increase shall be based on tpy CO2e, and shall be calculated assuming the pollutant GHGs is a regulated NSR pollutant, and “significant” is defined as 75,000 tpy CO2e instead of applying the value in 40 CFR 52.21(b)(23)(ii).

[75 FR 82561, Dec. 30, 2010]

§52.2173   Legal authority.

(a) The requirements of §51.230(f) of this chapter are not met since the South Dakota Compiled Law 34-16A-21 provides that data which relates to processes or production unique to the owner or which tend to adversely affect a competitive position of the owner shall be held confidential.

(b) Delegation of authority: Pursuant to section 114 of the Act, South Dakota requested a delegation of authority to enable it to collect, correlate and release emission data to the public. The Administrator has determined that South Dakota is qualified to receive a delegation of the authority it requested. Accordingly, the Administrator delegates to South Dakota his authority under sections 114(a) (1) and (2) and section 114(c) of the Act, i.e., authority to collect, correlate, and release emission data to the public.

[37 FR 15089, July 27, 1972, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

§§52.2174-52.2177   [Reserved]

§52.2178   Significant deterioration of air quality.

(a) The South Dakota plan, as submitted, is approved as meeting the requirements of part C, subpart 1 of the CAA, except that it does not apply to sources proposing to construct on Indian reservations;

(b) Regulations for preventing significant deterioration of air quality. The provisions of §52.21 except paragraph (a)(1) are hereby incorporated and made a part of the South Dakota State implementation plan and are applicable to proposed major stationary sources or major modifications to be located on Indian reservations.

[43 FR 26410, June 19, 1978, as amended at 45 FR 52741, Aug. 7, 1980; 59 FR 47261, Sept. 15, 1994; 68 FR 11324, Mar. 10, 2003; 68 FR 74490, Dec. 24, 2003; 72 FR 72621, Dec. 21, 2007]

§52.2179   Visibility protection.

(a) The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not met, because the plan does not include approvable procedures for protection of visibility in mandatory Class I Federal areas.

(b) Regulation for visibility monitoring and new source review. The provisions of §§52.26 and 52.28 are hereby incorporated and made a part of the applicable plan for the State of South Dakota.

(c) Long-term strategy. The provisions of §52.29 are hereby incorporated and made part of the applicable plan for the State of South Dakota.

[50 FR 28553, July 12, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 45137, Nov. 24, 1987]

§52.2180   Stack height regulations.

The State of South Dakota has committed to revise its stack height regulations should EPA complete rulemaking to respond to the decision in NRDC v. Thomas, 838 F.2d 1224 (DC Cir. 1988). In a letter to Douglas M. Skie, EPA, dated May 11, 1988, Joel C. Smith, Administrator, Office of Air Quality and Solid Waste, stated:

“*  *  *  We are submitting this letter to allow EPA to continue to process our current SIP submittal with the understanding that if EPA's response to the NRDC remand modifies the July 8, 1985 regulations, EPA will notify the State of the rules that must be changed to comport with the EPA's modified requirements. The State of South Dakota agrees to make the appropriate changes.”

[53 FR 34079, Sept. 2, 1988]

§52.2181   [Reserved]

§52.2182   PM10 Committal SIP.

On July 12 1988, the State submitted a Committal SIP for the Rapid City Group II PM10 area, as required by the PM10 implementation policy. The SIP commits the State to continue to monitor for PM10 and to submit a full SIP if a violation of the PM10 National Ambient Air Quality Standards is detected. It also commits the State to make several revisions related to PM10 to the existing SIP.

[55 FR 40834, Oct. 5, 1990]

§52.2183   Variance provision.

The revisions to the variance provisions in Chapter 74:26:01:31.01 of the South Dakota Air Pollution Control Program, which were submitted by the Governor's designee on September 25, 1991, are disapproved because they are inconsistent with section 110(i) of the Clean Air Act, which prohibits any state or EPA from granting a variance from any requirement of an applicable implementation plan with respect to a stationary source.

[58 FR 37426, July 12, 1993]

§52.2184   Operating permits for minor sources.

Emission limitations and related provisions established in South Dakota minor source operating permits, which are issued in accordance with ARSD 74:36:04 and which are submitted to EPA in a timely manner in both proposed and final form, shall be enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the right to deem permit conditions not federally enforceable. Such a determination will be made according to appropriate procedures and will be based upon the permit, permit approval procedures, or permit requirements which do not conform with the operating permit program requirements of EPA's underlying regulations.

[60 FR 46228, Sept. 6, 1995]

§52.2185   Change to approved plan.

South Dakota Air Pollution Control Program Chapter 74:36:07, New Source Performance Standards, is removed from the approved plan, except for sections 74:36:07:08, 74:36:07:11 and 74:36:07:29-30. On April 2, 2002, we issued a letter delegating responsibility for all sources located, or to be located, in the State of South Dakota subject to the specified NSPS in 40 CFR part 60. See the table in 40 CFR 60.4 for the delegation status of NSPS to the State of South Dakota.

[67 FR 57521, Sept. 11, 2002]

§52.2186   Original identification of plan section.

(a) This section identifies the original “Air Implementation Plan for the State of South Dakota” and all revisions submitted by South Dakota that were federally approved prior to November 15, 2004.

(b) The plan was officially submitted on January 27, 1972.

(c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates specified.

(1) Request for delegation of authority submitted January 27, 1972, by the Governor.

(2) Clarification of control regulations (section 1.8.4) submitted April 27, 1972, by the State Department of Health.

(3) Clarification of control regulations (section 1.8.4) submitted May 2, 1972, by the Governor.

(4) On December 4, 1975, the Governor of South Dakota submitted revisions and additions to the air pollution control regulations (Article 34:10 of the Administrative Rules of South Dakota). The submittal updated rules and regulations; review procedures for newand modified direct sources; variance and enforcement procedure revisions; episode procedure changes; and the addition of new source performance standards similar to those of EPA.

(5) Provisions to meet the requirements of Part D of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977 were submitted on January 3, 1979.

(6) A new control strategy for Brookings, South Dakota was submitted on April 16, 1979.

(7) On January 21, 1980, the Governor submitted a plan revision to meet the requirements of Air Quality Monitoring 40 CFR part 58, subpart C, §58.20, and Public Notification required under section 127 of the Clean Air Act.

(8) Provisions to meet the requirements of Part D of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977, were submitted on October 16, 1980.

(9) On September 13, 1982, the Governor submitted a plan revision for a new control strategy for Brookings, South Dakota and an amendment to the opacity regulation for alfalfa pelletizers.

(10) On May 4, 1984, the Governor submitted a plan revision for lead and repealed the hydrocarbon standard.

(11) On January 28, 1988, the Governor submitted a plan revision (1) updating citations to Federal regulations in the South Dakota air pollution control regulations (Administrative Rules of South Dakota 74:26), (2) adopting new ambient air quality standards for particulates (PM10), (3) revising the State administrative procedures for handling permit hearings and contested cases, and (4) correcting deficiencies in the stack height regulations.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota (ARSD) 74:26:01:12, ARSD 74:26:01:35, ARSD 74:26:01:37, ARSD 74:26:01:64, ARSD 74:26:08 through ARSD 74:26:23, inclusive, and addition of a new section, ARSD 74:26:02:35, were revised through November 24, 1987.

(12) In a letter dated August 7, 1986, the Governor submitted revisions to the South Dakota SIP adopting federal stack height regulations (Administrative Rules of South Dakota 74:26). In a letter dated August 20, 1986, the Administrator, Office of Air Quality and Solid Waste of South Dakota, submitted the stack height demonstration analysis with supplemental information submitted on December 3, 1986.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota 74:26 effective on May 21, 1986. The changes consisted of incorporating definitions for good engineering practices and dispersion techniques into 74:26:01:12, standard for the issuance of construction permit.

(B) Stack height demonstration analysis submitted by the State with letters dated August 20, 1986 and December 3, 1986.

(13) On September 25, 1992 and February 24, 1992, the Governor of South Dakota submitted revisions to the plan for new source performance standards and asbestos.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Revisions to the Air Pollution Control Program, Sections 74:26:08-74:26:21 and 74:26:23-74:26:25, New Source Performance Standards, effective May 13, 1991, Section 74:26:26, Standards of Performance for Municipal Waste Combustors, effective November 24, 1991, and Section 74:26:22, Emission Standards for Asbestos Air Pollutants, effective December 2, 1991.

(14) On September 25, 1991, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota submitted revisions to the plan for new source review, operating permits, and the PM-10 Group II requirements.

(i) Incorporation by reference

(A) Revisions to the Air Pollution Control Program, Sections 74:26:01-74:26:08, effective May 13, 1991.

(ii) Additional material

(A) Letter dated April 14, 1992, from the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources to EPA.

(15) On November 10, 1992, the Governor of South Dakota's designee submitted a plan for the establishment and implementation of a Small Business Assistance Program to be incorporated into the South Dakota State Implementation Plan as required by section 507 of the Clean Air Act. An amendment to the plan was submitted by the Governor's designee on April 1, 1994.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) November 10, 1992 letter from the Governor of South Dakota's designee submitting a Small Business Assistance Program plan to EPA.

(B) April 1, 1994 letter from the Governor of South Dakota's designee submitting an amendment to the South Dakota Small Business Assistance Program plan to EPA.

(C) The State of South Dakota amended plan for the establishment and implementation of a Small Business Assistance Program, adopted January 12, 1994 by the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources.

(D) South Dakota Codified Laws 34A-1-57, effective July 1, 1992 and 34A-1-58 through 60, effective July 1, 1993, which gives the State of South Dakota the authority to establish and fund the South Dakota Small Business Assistance Program.

(16) On November 12, 1993 and March 7, 1995, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota submitted revisions to the plan, which included revised regulations for definitions, minor source construction and federally enforceable state operating permit (FESOP) rules, source category emission limitations, sulfur dioxide rule corrections, new source performance standards (NSPS), new source review (NSR) requirements for new and modified major sources impacting nonattainment areas, and enhanced monitoring and compliance certification requirements. The State also requested that the existing State regulations approved in the South Dakota SIP be replaced with the following chapters of the recently recodified Administrative Rules of South Dakota (ARSD): 74:36:01-74:36:04, 74:36:06; 74:36:07, 74:36:10-74:36:13, and 74:36:15, as in effect on January 5, 1995.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air Pollution Control Program, Chapters 74:36:01 (except 74:36:01:01(2) and (3)); 74:36:02-74:36:04, 74:36:06; 74:36:07, 74:36:10-74:36:13, and 74:36:15, effective April 22, 1993 and January 5, 1995.

(17) On May 2, 1997, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota submitted revisions to the plan. The revisions pertain to revised regulations for definitions, minor source operating permits, open burning, and performance testing. The State's SIP submittal requested that EPA replace the previous version of the ARSD approved into the SIP with the following chapters of the ARSD as in effect on December 29, 1996: 74:36:01 through 74:36:03, 74:36:04 (with the exception of section 74:36:04:03.01), 74:36:06, 74:36:07, 74:36:10-13, and 74:36:17. EPA is replacing all of the previously approved State regulations, except the NSPS rules in ARSD 74:36:07, with those regulations listed in paragraph (c)(17)(i)(A). ARSD 74:36:07, as in effect on January 5, 1995 and as approved by EPA at 40 CFR 52.2170(c)(16)(i)(A), will remain part of the SIP. [Note that EPA is not incorporating the revised ARSD 74:36:07, new ARSD 74:36:11:04, or new ARSD 74:36:17 in this action, as these chapters will be acted on separately by EPA.]

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air Pollution Control Program, Chapters 74:36:01-03; 74:36:04 (except section 74:36:04:03.1); 74:36:06; 74:36:10, 74:36:11 (with the exception of ARSD 74:36:11:04), 74:36:12, and 74:36:13, effective December 29, 1996.

(18) On May 2, 1997 and on May 6, 1999, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota submitted revisions to the new source performance standards in subchapter 74:36:07 of the Administrative Rules of South Dakota (ARSD).

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air Pollution Control Program, Chapter 74:36:07—New Source Performance Standards, subsections 74:36:07:01 through 74:36:07:10, 74:36:07:12 through 74:36:07:28, 74:36:07:31 through 74:36:07:33, and 74:36:07:43, effective December 29, 1996.

(B) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air Pollution Control Program, Chapter 74:36:07—New Source Performance Standards, subsections 74:36:07:06.02, 74:36:07:07.01, 74:36:07:11, and 74:36:07:43, effective April 4, 1999.

(19) On May 2, 1997 and on May 6, 1999, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota submitted provisions in Section 74:36:11:04 of the Administrative Rules of South Dakota. The provisions allow permitted sources to request permission to test a new fuel or raw material, to determine if it is compatible with existing equipment and to determine air emission rates, before requesting a permit amendment or modification if certain conditions are met.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air Pollution Control Program, Chapter 74:36:11, Performance Testing, section 74:36:11:04, effective April 4, 1999.

(20) On January 22, 1996, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota submitted provisions in Section 74:36:17 of the Administrative rules of South Dakota. The provisions consist of street sanding requirements that apply within the city limits of Rapid City, South Dakota.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air Pollution Control Program, Chapter 74:36:17.

(ii) Additional materials.

(A) Letter of March 25, 1994 from South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources discussing whether EPA should designate Rapid City as nonattainment for the PM-10 standard.

(B) Letter of July 19, 1995 from EPA Region VIII discussing with the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources the exceedances of the PM-10 standard measured in the Rapid City.

(C) Letter of November 16, 1995 from the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources describing the commitment the State of South Dakota has toward permit exceedances of the PM-10 standard in the future.

(D) Letter of January 22, 1996 from the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources transmitting Rapid City street sanding requirements.

(21) On May 6, 1999 and June 30, 2000, South Dakota submitted revisions to its Air Pollution Control Program Rules. The sections of the rule being approved replace the same numbered sections that have previously been approved into the SIP. The provisions of section 74:36:07, except 74:36:07:29 and 74:36:07:30, which have previously been incorporated by reference in paragraphs (c)(16)(i)(A) and (c)(18)(i) of this section, are being removed from the South Dakota SIP.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Sections 74:36:01:01(1) through (79), effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:03, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:05, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:07, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:08, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:10, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:17, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:20, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:02:02, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:02:03, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:02:04, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:02:05, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:04:03, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:09, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:11, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:12, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:12.01, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:13, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:14, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:18, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:19, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:20, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:20.01, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:20.04, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:22, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:06:02, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:06:03, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:06:07, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:11:01, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:12:01, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:13:02, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:13:03, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:13:04, effective 6/27/2000; and 74:36:13:07, effective 6/27/2000.

(22) On June 27, 2002, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota submitted revisions to the State Implementation Plan. The June 27, 2002 submittal consists of revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota. These revisions add a new chapter 74:36:18, “Regulations for State Facilities in the Rapid City Area”. Chapter 74:36:18 regulates fugitive emissions of particulate matter from state facilities and state contractors that conduct a construction activity or continuous operation activity within the Rapid City air quality control zone.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Chapter 74:36:18 of the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, effective July 1, 2002.

(23) On September 12, 2003, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota submitted revisions to the State Implementation Plan. The September 12, 2003 submittal revises the following chapters of the Administrative Rules of South Dakota: 74:36:01, 74:36:04, 74:36:10 and 74:36:11.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

(A) Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Chapter 74:36:01, sections 74:36:01:01(77), 74:36:01:01(80), and 74:36:01:01(81); Chapter 74:36:04, sections 74:36:04:06, 74:36:04:32 and 74:36:04:33; Chapter 74:36:10, except section 74:36:10:01; and Chapter 74:36:11, section 74:36:11:01, effective September 1, 2003.

[37 FR 15089, July 27, 1972]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.2186, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

Subpart RR—Tennessee

§52.2219   

§52.2219   [Reserved]

§52.2220   Identification of plan.

Link to an amendment published at 79 FR 33100, June 10, 2014.

(a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State implementation plan for Tennessee under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7401, and 40 CFR part 51 to meet national ambient air quality standards.

(b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed in paragraph (c) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to January 1, 2006, for Tennessee (Table 1 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan), January 1, 2003 for Memphis Shelby County (Table 2 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan), March 1, 2005, for Knox County (Table 3 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan), April 1, 2005 for Chattanooga (Table 4 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan), April 1, 2005, for Nashville-Davidson County (Table 5 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan) and paragraph (d) with an EPA approval date prior to December 1, 1998, was approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. Material is incorporated as it exists on the date of the approval, and notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal Register. Entries in paragraphs (c) of this section with EPA approval dates after January 1, 2006, for Tennessee (Table 1 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan), January 1, 2003 for Memphis Shelby County (Table 2 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan), March 1, 2005, for Knox County (Table 3 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan), April 1, 2005 for Chattanooga (Table 4 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan), April 1, 2005, for Nashville-Davidson County (Table 5 of the Tennessee State Implementation Plan) and paragraph (d) with an EPA approval date after December 1, 1998, will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2) EPA Region 4 certifies that the rules/regulations provided by EPA in the SIP compilation at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated State rules/regulations which have been approved as part of the State implementation plan as of the dates referenced in paragraph (b)(1).

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the Region 4 EPA Office at 61 Forsyth Street, SW., Atlanta, GA 30303; the EPA, Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, Air Docket, 1301 Constitution Avenue, NW., Room B102, Washington, DC 20460; or at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal_register/code_of_federal_regulations/ibr_locations.html.

(c) EPA approved regulations.

Table 1—EPA Approved Tennessee Regulations

State citation Title/subject State effective date EPA approval date Explanation
CHAPTER 0400-03-17   CONFLICT OF INTEREST
Section 0400-30-17-.01Purpose and Intent9/23/20134/2/2014, 79 FR 18455
Section 0400-30-17-.02Protecting the Public Interests9/23/20134/2/2014, 79 FR 18455
Section 0400-30-17-.03Conflict of Interest on the Part of the Board and Technical Secretary9/23/20134/2/2014, 79 FR 18455
Section 0400-30-17-.04Conflict of Interest in the Permitting of Municipal Solid Waste Incineration Units9/23/20134/2/2014, 79 FR 18455
Section 0400-30-17-.05Policy of Ethics and the Avoidance of Conflicts of Interest9/23/20134/2/2014, 79 FR 18455
CHAPTER 1200-3-1   GENERAL PROVISIONS
Section 1200-3-1-.01General Rules02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12540
Section 1200-3-1-.02Severability10/12/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27267
CHAPTER 1200-3-2   DEFINITIONS
Section 1200-3-2-.01General Definitions06/26/9309/16/02, 67 FR 46594
Section 1200-3-2-.02Abbreviations02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12540
CHAPTER 1200-3-3   AIR QUALITY STANDARDS
Section 1200-3-3-.01Primary Air Quality Standards02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12539
Section 1200-3-3-.02Secondary Air Quality Standards02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12539
Section 1200-3-3-.03Tennessee's Ambient Air Quality Standards12/05/8403/29/85, 50 FR 12539
Section 1200-3-3-.04Nondegradation02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12540
Section 1200-3-3-.05Achievement08/02/8304/07/93, 58 FR 18011
CHAPTER 1200-3-4   OPEN BURNING
Section 1200-3-4-.01Purpose02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12540
Section 1200-3-4-.02Open Burning Prohibited03/21/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27268
Section 1200-3-4-.03Exceptions to Prohibition02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12540
Section 1200-3-4-.04Permits for Open Burning06/21/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27268
CHAPTER 1200-3-5    VISIBLE EMISSION REGULATIONS
Section 1200-3-5-.01General Standards06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
Section 1200-3-5-.02Exceptions06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
Section 1200-3-5-.03Method of Evaluating and Recording06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
Section 1200-3-5-.04Exemption06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
Section 1200-3-5-.05Standard for Certain Existing Sources06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
Section 1200-3-5-.06Wood-Fired Fuel Burning Equipment06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
Section 1200-3-5-.07Repealed06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
Section 1200-3-5-.08Titanium Dioxide (TiO2) Manufacturing06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
Section 1200-3-5-.09Kraft Mill and Soda Mill Recovery04/06/9809/16/02, 67 FR 46594
Section 1200-3-5-.10Choice of Visible Emission Standard for Certain Fuel Burning Equipment06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
Section 1200-3-5-.11Repealed04/06/9809/16/02, 62 FR 46594
Section 1200-3-5-.12Coke Battery Underfire (combustion) Stacks06/07/9208/15/97, 62 FR 43643
CHAPTER 1200-3-6   NON-PROCESS EMISSION STANDARDS
Section 1200-3-6-.01General Non-Process Emissions06/21/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27267
Section 1200-3-6-.02Non-Process Particulate Emission Standards09/08/8006/24/82, 47 FR 27267
Section 1200-3-6-.03General Non-Process Gaseous Emissions06/21/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27267
Section 1200-3-6-.04(Deleted)06/21/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27267
Section 1200-3-6-.05Wood-Fired Fuel Burning Equipment05/30/8711/23/88, 53 FR 47530
CHAPTER 1200-3-7   PROCESS EMISSION STANDARDS
Section 1200-3-7-.01General Process Particulate Emission Standards03/02/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27267
Section 1200-3-7-.02Choice of Particulate Emission Standards—Existing Process04/12/7806/07/79, 44 FR 32681
Section 1200-3-7-.03New Processes06/21/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27267
Section 1200-3-7-.04Limiting Allowable Emissions03/21/7906/07/79, 44 FR 32681
Section 1200-3-7-.05Specific Process Emission Standards06/07/7406/07/79, 44 FR 32681
Section 1200-3-7-.06Standards of Performance for New Stationary Sources06/07/7406/07/79, 44 FR 32681
Section 1200-3-7-.07General Provisions and Applicability for Process Gaseous Emission Standards01/22/8206/12/96, 61 FR 29666
Section 1200-3-7-.08Specific Process Emission Standards09/22/8001/31/96, 61 FR 3318
Section 1200-3-7-.09Sulfuric Acid Mist02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12540
Section 1200-3-7-.10Grain Loading Limit for Certain Existing Sources03/21/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27267
Section 1200-3-7-.11Carbon Monoxide, Electric Arc Furnaces10/25/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27267
Section 1200-3-7-.12Carbon Monoxide, Catalytic Cracking Units01/22/8206/21/82, 47 FR 26621
CHAPTER 1200-3-8   FUGITIVE DUST
Section 1200-3-8-.01Fugitive Dust07/11/8006/24/82, 47 FR 27267
Section 1200-3-8-.02Special Nonattainment Area Fugitive Dust Requirements03/21/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27267
CHAPTER 1200-3-9   CONSTRUCTION AND OPERATING PERMITS
Section 1200-3-9-.01Definitions4/24/20137/25/2013, 78 FR 448897/25/2013, 78 FR 44889—EPA is approving Tennessee's May 10, 2013, SIP revision to Chapter 1200-3-9-.01 with the exception of the PM2.5 SILs (at 1200-3-9-.01(5)(b)1(xix)) and SMC (at 1200-3-9-.01(4)(d)6(i)(III)) as promulgated in the October 20, 2010, PM2.5 Increments-SILs-SMC Rule.
   February 7, 2012 (77 FR 6016)—EPA is approving Tennessee's May 28, 2009, SIP revisions to Chapter 1200-3-9-.01 with the exception of the “baseline actual emissions” calculation revision found at 1200-3-9-.01(4)(b)45(i)(III), (4)(b)45(ii)(IV), (5)(b)1(xlvii)(I)(III) and (5)(b)1(xlvii)(II)(IV) of the submittal.
Section 1200-3-9-.02Operating Permits5/10/20092/7/2012, 77 FR 6016
Section 1200-3-9-.03General Provisions5/10/20092/7/2012, 77 FR 6016
Section 1200-3-9-.04Exemptions08/28/9508/29/02, 67 FR 55320
Section 1200-3-9-.05Reserved
Section 1200-3-9-.06Appeal of Permit Application Denials and Permit Conditions11/16/7906/24/82
47 FR 27269
CHAPTER 1200-3-10   REQUIRED SAMPLING, RECORDING, AND REPORTING
Section 1200-3-10-.01Sampling Required to Establish Contaminant Emission Levels12/14/8103/19/96, 61 FR 11136
Section 1200-3-10-.02Monitoring of Source Emissions, Recording, Reporting of the Same are Required02/14/9601/07/00, 65 FR 1070
Section 1200-3-10-.04Sampling, Recording, and Reporting Required for Major Stationary Sources09/12/9401/19/00, 65 FR 2880
CHAPTER 1200-3-12   METHODS OF SAMPLING AND ANALYSIS
Section 1200-3-12-.01General02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12540
Section 1200-3-12-.02Procedures for Ambient Sampling and Analysis01/18/8006/24/82, 47 FR 27270
Section 1200-3-12-.03Source Sampling and Analysis08/01/8403/29/85, 50 FR 12539
Section 1200-3-12-.04Monitoring Required for Determining Compliance of Certain Large Sources12/28/9601/07/00, 65 FR 1070
CHAPTER 1200-3-13   VIOLATIONS
Section 1200-3-13-.01Violation Statement06/07/7406/07/79, 44 FR 32681
CHAPTER 1200-3-14   CONTROL OF SULFUR DIOXIDE EMISSIONS
Section 1200-3-14-.01General Provisions08/01/8404/07/93, 58 FR 18011
Section 1200-3-14-.02Non-Process Emission Standards08/01/8404/07/93, 58 FR 18011
Section 1200-3-14-.03Process Emission Standards03/21/9303/19/96, 61 FR 11136
Section 1200-3-14-.04CAIR SO2 Annual Trading Program11/06/068/20/07, 72 FR 46393
CHAPTER 1200-3-15   EMERGENCY EPISODE REQUIREMENTS
Section 1200-3-15-.01Purpose02/09/7703/29/85, 50 FR 12540
Section 1200-3-15-.02Episode Criteria06/26/9309/15/94, 59 FR 47256
Section 1200-3-15-.03Required Emissions Reductions05/15/8106/24/82, 47 FR 27267
CHAPTER 1200-3-18   VOLATILE ORGANIC COMPOUNDS
Section 1200-3-18-.01Definitions01/12/9806/03/03, 68 FR 33008
Section 1200-3-18-.02General Provisions and Applicability02/23/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387
Section 1200-3-18-.03Compliance Certification, Recordkeeping, and Reporting Requirements for Coating and Printing Sources02/08/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387
Section 1200-3-18-.04Compliance Certification, Recordkeeping, and Reporting Requirements for Non-Coating and Non-Printing Sources02/08/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387
Section 1200-3-18-.05(Reserved)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.06Handling, Storage, Use, and Disposal of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC)06/04/9608/27/96, 61 FR 43972   
Section 1200-3-18-.07Source-Specific Compliance Schedules05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.08(Reserved)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.09(Reserved)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.10(Reserved)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.11Automobile and Light-Duty Truck Coating Operations05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.12Can Coating05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.13Coil Coating05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.14Paper and Related Coating05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.15Fabric Coating05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.16Vinyl Coating05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.17Coating of Metal Furniture05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.18Coating of Large Appliances05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.19Coating of Magnet Wire05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.20Coating of Miscellaneous Metal Parts01/26/9911/03/99, 64 FR 59628
Section 1200-3-18-.21Coating of Flat Wood Paneling02/08/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387   
Section 1200-3-18-.22Bulk Gasoline Plants12/29/0408/26/05, 70 FR 50199   
Section 1200-3-18-.23Bulk Gasoline Terminals05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.24Gasoline Dispensing Facility—Stage I and Stage II Vapor Recovery12/29/0408/26/05, 70 FR 50199  
Section 1200-3-18-.25Leaks from Gasoline Tank Trucks05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.26Petroleum Refinery Sources05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.27Leaks from Petroleum Refinery Equipment05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.28Petroleum Liquid Storage in External Floating Roof Tanks05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.29Petroleum Liquid Storage in Fixed Roof Tanks05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.30Leaks from Natural Gas/Gasoline Processing Equipment05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.31Solvent Metal Cleaning05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.32Cutback and Emulsified Asphalt05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504   
Section 1200-3-18-.33Manufacture of Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products02/21/9507/18/96, 61 FR 37387   
Section 1200-3-18-.34Pneumatic Rubber Tire Manufacturing05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.35Graphic Arts Systems05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.36Petroleum Solvent Dry Cleaners02/08/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387
Section 1200-3-18-.37(Reserved)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.38Leaks from Synthetic Organic Chemical, Polymer, and Resin Manufacturing Equipment02/08/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387
Section 1200-3-18-.39Manufacture of High Density Polyethylene, Polypropylene, and Polystyrene Resins05/08/9707/29/97, 62 FR 40458
Section 1200-3-18-.40Air Oxidation Processes in the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.41(Reserved)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.42Wood Furniture Finishing and Cleaning Operations04/25/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387
Section 1200-3-18-.43Offset Lithographic Printing Operations04/22/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387
Section 1200-3-18-.44Surface Coating of Plastic Parts06/03/9608/27/96, 61 FR 43972
Section 1200-3-18-.45Standards of Performance for Commercial Motor Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Refinishing Operations06/03/9608/27/96, 61 FR 43972
Section 1200-3-18-.48Volatile Organic Liquid Storage Tanks06/03/9608/27/96, 61 FR 43972
Sections 1200-3-18-.49-.77(Reserved)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.78Other Facilities That Emit Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's) of Fifty Tons Per Year02/08/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387
Section 1200-3-18-.79Other Facilities That Emit Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's) of One Hundred Tons Per Year02/08/9607/18/96, 61 FR 37387
Section 1200-3-18-.80Test Methods and Compliance Procedures: General Provisions05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.81Test Methods and Compliance Procedures: Determining the Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Content of Coatings and Inks05/08/9707/29/97, 62 FR 40458
Section 1200-3-18-.82Test Methods and Compliance Procedures: Alternative Compliance Methods for Surface Coating05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.83Test Methods and Compliance Procedures: Emission Capture and Destruction or Removal Efficiency and Monitoring Requirements05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.84Test Methods and Compliance Procedures: Determining the Destruction or Removal Efficiency of a Control Device05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.85Test Methods and Compliance Procedures: Leak Detection Methods for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC's)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.86Performance Specifications for Continuous Emission Monitoring of Total Hydrocarbons06/03/9604/14/97, 62 FR 18046
Section 1200-3-18-.87Quality Control Procedures for Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems (CEMS)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
Section 1200-3-18-.88-.99(Reserved)05/18/9302/27/95, 60 FR 10504
CHAPTER 1200-3-19   EMISSION STANDARDS AND MONITORING REQUIREMENTS FOR PARTICULATE AND SULFUR DIOXIDE NONATTAINMENT AREAS
Section 1200-3-19-.01Purpose04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.02General Requirements04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.03Particulate and Sulfur Dioxide Nonattainment Areas within Tennessee04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.04(Reserved)04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.05Operating Permits and Emission Limiting Conditions04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.06Logs for Operating Hours04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.07-.10(Reserved)04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.11Particulate Matter Emission Regulations for the Bristol Nonattainment Area04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.12Particulate Matter Emission Regulations for Air Contaminant Sources in or Significantly Impacting the Particulate Nonattainment Areas in Campbell County04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.13Particulate Emission Regulations for the Bull Run Nonattainment Area and Odoms Bend Nonattainment Area04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.14Sulfur Dioxide Emission Regulations for the New Johnsonville Nonattainment Area04/16/9709/13/99, 64 FR 49397
Section 1200-3-19-.15Particulate Matter Monitoring Requirements for Steam Electric Generating Units in the Bull Run and Odoms Bend Nonattainment Areas04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.16-.18(Reserved)04/30/9607/30/97, 62 FR 40734
Section 1200-3-19-.19Sulfur Dioxide Regulations for the Copper Basin Nonattainment Area11/30/9609/13/99, 64 FR 49398
CHAPTER 1200-3-20   LIMITS ON EMISSIONS DUE TO MALFUNCTIONS, START-UPS, AND SHUTDOWNS
Section 1200-3-20-.01Purpose02/13/7902/06/80, 45 FR 8004
Section 1200-3-20-.02Reasonable Measures Required02/13/7902/06/80, 45 FR 8004
Section 1200-3-20-.03Notice Required When Malfunction Occurs12/09/8106/24/82, 47 FR 27272
Section 1200-3-20-.04Logs and Reports02/13/7902/06/80, 45 FR 8004
Section 1200-3-20-.05Copies of Log Required02/13/7902/06/80, 45 FR 8004
Section 1200-3-20-.06Scheduled Maintenance02/13/7902/06/80, 45 FR 8004
Section 1200-3-20-.07Report Required Upon The Issuance of Notice of Violation02/13/7902/06/80, 45 FR 8004
Section 1200-3-20-.08Special Reports Required02/13/7902/06/80, 45 FR 8004
Section 1200-3-20-.09Rights Reserved02/13/7902/06/80, 45 FR 8004
Section 1200-3-20-.10Additional Sources Covered11/23/7906/24/82, 47 FR 27272
CHAPTER 1200-3-21   GENERAL ALTERNATE EMISSION STANDARD
Section 1200-3-21-.01General Alternate Emission Standard01/22/8206/24/82, 47 FR 27272
Section 1200-3-21-.02Applicability03/22/9304/18/94, 59 FR 18310
CHAPTER 1200-3-22  LEAD EMISSION STANDARDS
Section 1200-3-22-.01Definitions03/18/8508/12/85, 50 FR 32412
Section 1200-3-22-.02General Lead Emission Standards12/05/8408/12/85, 50 FR 32412
Section 1200-3-22-.03Specific Emission Standards for Existing Sources of Lead01/26/0010/29/01, 66 FR 44632
Section 1200-3-22-.04Standards for New and Modified Sources of Lead12/05/8408/12/85, 50 FR 32412
Section 1200-3-22-.05Source Sampling and Analysis12/05/8408/12/85, 50 FR 32412
Section 1200-3-22-.06Lead Ambient Monitoring Requirements12/05/8408/12/85, 50 FR 32412
CHAPTER 1200-3-23   VISIBILITY PROTECTION
Section 1200-3-23-.01Purpose12/19/9407/02/97, 62 FR 35681
Section 1200-3-23-.02Definitions12/19/9407/02/97, 62 FR 35681
Section 1200-3-23-.03General Visibility Protection Standards12/19/9407/02/97, 62 FR 35681
Section 1200-3-23-.04Specific Emission Standards for Existing Stationary Facilities12/19/9407/02/97, 62 FR 35681
Section 1200-3-23-.05Specific Emission Standards for Existing Sources12/19/9407/02/97, 62 FR 35681
Section 1200-3-23-.06Visibility Standards for New and Modified Sources12/19/9407/02/97, 62 FR 35681
Section 1200-3-23-.07Visibility Monitoring Requirements12/19/9407/02/97, 62 FR 35681
Section 1200-3-23-.08Exemptions from BART Requirements12/19/9407/02/97, 62 FR 35681
CHAPTER 1200-3-24   GOOD ENGINEERING PRACTICE STACK HEIGHT REGULATIONS
Section 1200-3-24-.01General Provisions08/18/8610/19/88, 53 FR 40881