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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter CPart 74


TITLE 40—Protection of Environment

CHAPTER I—ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)

SUBCHAPTER C—AIR PROGRAMS (CONTINUED)

PART 74—SULFUR DIOXIDE OPT-INS

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Subpart A—BACKGROUND AND SUMMARY

§74.1
Purpose and scope.
§74.2
Applicability.
§74.3
Relationship to the Acid Rain program requirements.
§74.4
Designated representative.
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Subpart B—PERMITTING PROCEDURES

§74.10
Roles—EPA and permitting authority.
§74.12
Opt-in permit contents.
§74.14
Opt-in permit process.
§74.16
Application requirements for combustion sources.
§74.17
Application requirements for process sources. [Reserved]
§74.18
Withdrawal.
§74.19
Revision and renewal of opt-in permit.
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Subpart C—ALLOWANCE CALCULATIONS FOR COMBUSTION SOURCES

§74.20
Data for baseline and alternative baseline.
§74.22
Actual SO2 emissions rate.
§74.23
1985 Allowable SO2 emissions rate.
§74.24
Current allowable SO2 emissions rate.
§74.25
Current promulgated SO2 emissions limit.
§74.26
Allocation formula.
§74.28
Allowance allocation for combustion sources becoming opt-in sources on a date other than January 1.
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Subpart D—ALLOWANCE CALCULATIONS FOR PROCESS SOURCES [RESERVED]

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Subpart E—ALLOWANCE TRACKING AND TRANSFER AND END OF YEAR COMPLIANCE

§74.40
Establishment of opt-in source allowance accounts.
§74.41
Identifying allowances.
§74.42
Limitation on transfers.
§74.43
Annual compliance certification report.
§74.44
Reduced utilization for combustion sources.
§74.45
Reduced utilization for process sources. [Reserved]
§74.46
Opt-in source permanent shutdown, reconstruction, or change in affected status.
§74.47
Transfer of allowances from the replacement of thermal energy—combustion sources.
§74.48
Transfer of allowances from the replacement of thermal energy—process sources. [Reserved]
§74.49
Calculation for deducting allowances.
§74.50
Deducting opt-in source allowances from ATS accounts.
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Subpart F—MONITORING EMISSIONS: COMBUSTION SOURCES

§74.60
Monitoring requirements.
§74.61
Monitoring plan.
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Subpart G—MONITORING EMISSIONS: PROCESS SOURCES [RESERVED]



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