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Title 40: Protection of Environment
PART 52—APPROVAL AND PROMULGATION OF IMPLEMENTATION PLANS


Subpart S—Kentucky


Contents
§52.919   Identification of plan-conditional approval.
§52.920   Identification of plan.
§52.921   Classification of regions.
§52.922   [Reserved]
§52.923   Approval status.
§52.924   Legal authority.
§52.925   General requirements.
§52.926   Attainment dates for national standards.
§52.927   Compliance schedules.
§52.928   Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.
§52.929   Determination of attainment.
§52.930   Control strategy: Ozone.
§52.931   Significant deterioration of air quality.
§52.932   Rules and regulations.
§52.933   Control Strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.
§52.934   VOC rule deficiency correction.
§52.935   PM10 State implementation plan development in group II areas.
§52.936   Visibility protection.
§52.937   Review of new sources and modifications.
§52.938   General conformity.
§52.939   Original identification of plan section.
§52.940   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
§52.941   Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

§52.919   Identification of plan-conditional approval.

(a) Kentucky submitted a letter to EPA on July 3, 2012, which includes a commitment to address the State Implementation Plan deficiencies regarding requirements of Clean Air Act sections 110(a)(2)(C) and 110(a)(2)(J) as they both relate to Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) infrastructure requirements for the 1997 annual and 2006 24-hour fine particulate matter (PM2.5) national ambient air quality standards. EPA is conditionally approving Kentucky's schedule to address outstanding requirements promulgated in the New Source Review (NSR) PM2.5 Rule related to the PM2.5 standard for their PSD program and committing to providing the necessary SIP revision to address these NSR PM2.5 Rule requirements. If the Commonwealth fails to submit these revisions by October 3, 2013, the conditional approval will automatically become a disapproval on that date and EPA will issue a finding of disapproval.

(b) Conditional Approval—Submittal from the Commonwealth of Kentucky, through the Division of Air Quality (DAQ) of the Kentucky Energy and Environment Cabinet, dated December 19, 2012, to address the Clean Air Act (CAA) sections 110(a)(2)(C), prong 3 of 110(a)(2)(D)(i), and 110(a)(2)(J) for the 2008 8-hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards. With respect to CAA sections 110(a)(2)(C), prong 3 of 110(a)(2)(D)(i), and 110(a)(2)(J), the Commonwealth must submit to EPA by March 10, 2014, SIP revisions adopting specific enforceable measures related the structural PSD requirements of the PSD and NNSR requirements related to the implementation of the NSR PM2.5 Rule and the PM2.5 PSD Increment-SILs-SMC Rule (only as it relates to PM2.5 Increments) as described in the Commonwealth's commitment letter.

(c) Kentucky submitted a commitment letter to EPA on July 3, 2012, requesting conditional approval of outstanding requirements related to the NSR PM2.5 Rule. In this letter, the Commonwealth provided a schedule as to how it will address outstanding requirements related to the NSR PM2.5 Rule (including PM2.5 PSD Increment-SILs-SMC, as it relates to PM2.5 increments to meet the prong 3 requirements of section 110(a)(2)(D)(i)). EPA conditionally approved the NSR PM2.5 Rule submission for Kentucky on October 3, 2012, (77 FR 60307). If the Commonwealth fails to submit these revisions by October 3, 2013, the conditional approval will automatically become a disapproval on that date and EPA will issue a finding of disapproval.

[77 FR 60309, Oct. 3, 2012, as amended at 78 FR 14688, Mar. 7, 2013; 78 FR 18244, Mar. 26, 2013]

§52.920   Identification of plan.

(a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State Implementation Plan for Kentucky 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 October 1, 2003, for the Commonwealth of Kentucky (Table 1) and November 23, 2001, for Jefferson County, Kentucky (Table 2) 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 paragraph (c), Table 1, and paragraph (d) of this section with EPA approval dates after October 1, 2003, will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation. Entries in paragraph (c), Table 2, with EPA approval dates after October 23, 2001, will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the Jefferson County portion of the Kentucky 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 and Local Implementation Plans listed in paragraph (b)(1) of this section.

(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; at the EPA, Office of Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, Room B-108, 1301 Constitution Avenue, (Mail Code 6102T) NW., 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 Kentucky Regulations

State citation Title/subject State
effective date
EPA approval date Explanation
Chapter 50   Division for Air Quality; General Administrative Procedures
401 KAR 50:005General application06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 50:010Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in Title 401 Chapters 50, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 63, and 6511/8/069/13/07, 72 FR 52282
401 KAR 50:012General application11/12/9707/24/98, 63 FR 39739.
401 KAR 50:015Documents incorporated by reference04/14/8802/07/90, 55 FR 4169.
401 KAR 50:020Air quality control regions06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 50:025Classification of counties06/01/8304/02/96, 61 FR 14489.
401 KAR 50:030Registration of sources06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 50:040Air quality models06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 50:042Good engineering practice stack height06/10/8609/04/87,52 FR 33592.
401 KAR 50:045Performance tests07/13/0510/17/07, 72 FR 58759.
401 KAR 50:047Test procedures for capture efficiency06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 50:050Monitoring06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 50:055General compliance requirements09/22/8205/04/89, 54 FR 19169.
401 KAR 50:060Enforcement06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 50:065Conformity of general federal actions10/11/9507/27/98, 63 FR 40044.
401 KAR 50:066Conformity of transportation plans, programs, and projects. (Amendment)11/12/200804/21/2010
75 FR 20780
   
Chapter 51   Attainment and Maintenance of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards
401 KAR 51:001Definitions for 401 KAR Chapter 5101/03/201112/29/2010, 75 FR 81868Except the phrase “except ethanol production facilities producing ethanol by natural fermentation under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 325193 or 312140,” in 401 KAR 51:001 Section 1 (118)(a)(2)(a) and the phrase “except ethanol production facilities producing ethanol by natural fermentation under NAICS codes 325193 or 312140,” in 401 KAR 51:001 Section 1 (118)(3)(b)(20).
401 KAR 51:005Purpose and general provisions06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 51:010Attainment status designations11/12/9707/24/98, 63 FR 39739.
401 KAR 51:017Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality2/5/20109/15/2010, 75 FR 55988Except the phrase “except ethanol production facilities producing ethanol by natural fermentation under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 325193 or 312140;” in 401 KAR 51:017 Section 7(1)(c)20.
401 KAR 51:052Review of new sources in or impacting upon nonattainment areas2/5/20109/15/2010, 75 FR 55988Except the phrase “except ethanol production facilities producing ethanol by natural fermentation under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes 325193 or 312140,” in 401 KAR 51:052 Section 2 (3)(t).
401 KAR 51:150NOX requirements for stationary internal combustion engines2/3/0610/23/09, 74 FR 54755
401 KAR 51:160NOX requirements for large utility and industrial boilers2/3/0610/23/09, 74 FR 54755
401 KAR 51:170NOX requirements for cement kilns08/15/0104/11/02, 67 FR 17624.
401 KAR 51:180NOX credits for early reduction and emergency08/15/0104/11/02, 67 FR 17624.
401 KAR 51:190Banking and trading NOX allowances08/15/0104/11/02, 67 FR 17624.
401 KAR 51:195NOX opt-in provisions08/15/0104/11/02, 67 FR 17624.
401 KAR 51.210CAIR NOX Annual Trading Program2/2/200710/4/2007, 72 FR 56623
401 KAR 51.220CAIR NOX Ozone Season Trading Program6/13/200710/4/2007, 72 FR 56623
401 KAR 51.230CAIR SO2 Trading Program2/2/200710/4/2007, 72 FR 56623
Chapter 52   Permits, Registrations, and Prohibitory Rules
401 KAR 52:001Definitions for 401 KAR Chapter 5211/18/069/13/07, 72 FR 52282
401 KAR 52:030Federally enforceable permits for non-major sources01/15/0109/06/06, 71 FR 52464
401 KAR 52:090Prohibitory rule for hot mix asphalt plants01/15/0109/06/06, 71 FR 52464
401 KAR 52:100Public, affected state, and U.S. EPA review01/15/0109/06/06, 71 FR 52464
Chapter 53   Ambient Air Quality
401 KAR 53:005General provisions04/14/8802/07/90, 55 FR 4169.
401 KAR 53:010Ambient air quality standards04/14/8802/07/90 55 FR 4169.
Chapter 55   Emergency Episodes
401 KAR 55:005Significant harm criteria04/14/8802/07/90, 55 FR 4169.
401 KAR 55:010Episode criteria04/14/8802/07/90, 55 FR 4169.
401 KAR 55:015Episode declaration06/06/7901/25/80, 45 FR 6092.
401 KAR 55:020Abatement strategies06/06/7901/25/80, 45 FR 6092.
Chapter 59   New Source Standards
401 KAR 59:001Definitions for abbreviations of terms used in the Title 401, Chapter 5911/18/069/13/07, 72 FR 52282
401 KAR 59:005General provisions12/01/8212/04/86, 51 FR 43742.
401 KAR 59:010New process operations04/14/8802/07/90, 55 FR 4169.
401 KAR 59:015New indirect heat exchangers01/07/8103/22/83, 48 FR 11945.
401 KAR 59:020New incinerators06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 59:046Selected new petroleum refining processes and equipment06/29/7908/07/81, 46 FR 40188.
401 KAR 59:050New storage vessels for petroleum liquids02/04/8103/30/83, 48 FR 13168.
401 KAR 59:080New kraft (sulfate) pulp mills06/06/7901/25/80, 45 FR 6092.
401 KAR 59:085New sulfite pulp mills06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 59:090New ethylene producing plants06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 59:095New oil-effluent water separators06/29/7908/07/81, 46 FR 40188.
401 KAR 59:101New bulk gasoline plants09/28/9406/28/96, 61 FR 33674.
401 KAR 59:105New process gas steams04/07/8203/22/83, 48 FR 11945.
401 KAR 59:174Stage II controls at gasoline dispensing facilities04/25/1309/25/13, 78 FR 58884Exemption from Stage II vapor control requirements for rental fleet vehicle refueling at the Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport Enterprise Holdings, Inc., facility.
401 KAR 59:175New service stations02/08/9306/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 59:185New solvent metal cleaning equipment01/04/0510/04/05, 70 FR 57750.
401 KAR 59:190New insulation of magnet wire operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 59:210New fabric, vinyl and paper surface coating operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 59:212New graphic arts facilities using rotogravure and flexography06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 59:214New factory surface coating operations of flat wood paneling06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 59:225New miscellaneous metal parts and products surface coating operation06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 59:230New synthesized pharmaceutical product manufacturing operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 59:235New pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing plants02/04/8103/30/83, 48 FR 13168.
401 KAR 59:240New perchloroethylene dry cleaning systems06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 59:315Specific new sources06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 59:760Commercial Motor Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Refinishing Operations03/11/0510/04/05, 70 FR 57750
Chapter 61  Existing Source Standards
401 KAR 61:001Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in the Title 401, Chapter 6111/18/06
401 KAR 61:005General provisions12/01/8205/04/89, 54 FR 19169.
401 KAR 61:010Existing incinerators06/06/7905/04/89, 54 FR 19169.
401 KAR 61:015Existing indirect heat exchangers06/01/8304/02/96, 61 FR 14489.
401 KAR 61:020Existing process operations04/14/8802/07/90, 55 FR 4169.
401 KAR 61:025Existing kraft (sulfate) pulp mills06/06/7905/26/82, 47 FR 22955
401 KAR 61:030Existing sulfuric acid plants06/06/7903/22/83, 48 FR 11945.
401 KAR 61:035Existing process gas streams04/07/8203/22/83, 48 FR 11945.
401 KAR 61:040Existing ethylene producing plants06/06/7901/25/80, 45 FR 6092.
401 KAR 61:045Existing oil-effluent water separators06/29/7908/07/81, 46 FR 40188.
401 KAR 61:050Existing storage vessels for petroleum liquids06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32345.
401 KAR 61:055Existing loading facilities at bulk gasoline terminals08/24/8203/30/83, 48 FR 13168.
401 KAR 61:056Existing bulk gasoline plants09/28/9406/28/96, 61 FR 33674.
401 KAR 61:060Existing sources using organic solvents06/29/7901/25/80, 45 FR 6092.
401 KAR 61:065Existing nitric acid plants06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 61:070Existing ferroalloy production facilities06/06/7905/03/84, 49 FR 18833.
401 KAR 61:075Steel plants and foundries using existing electric arc furnaces12/01/8205/04/89, 54 FR 19169.
401 KAR 61:080Steel plants using existing basic oxygen process furnaces04/01/8405/04/89, 54 FR 19169.
401 KAR 61:085Existing service stations02/08/9306/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:090Existing automobile and light-duty truck surface coating operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:095Existing solvent metal cleaning equipment06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:100Existing insulation of magnet wire operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:105Existing metal furniture surface coating operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:110Existing large appliance surface coating operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:120Existing fabric, vinyl and paper surface coating operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:122Existing graphic arts facilities using rotogravure and flexography06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:124Existing factory surface coating operations of flat wood paneling06/24/9206/23/94 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:125Existing can surface coating operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:130Existing coil surface coating operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:132Existing miscellaneous metal parts and products surface coating operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:135Selected existing petroleum refining processes and equipment06/29/7901/25/80, 45 FR 6092.
401 KAR 61:137Leaks from existing petroleum refinery equipment06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:140Existing by-product coke manufacturing plants09/04/8605/04/89, 54 FR 19169.
401 KAR 61:145Existing petroleum refineries01/07/8103/22/83, 48 FR 11945.
401 KAR 61:150Existing synthesized pharmaceutical product manufacturing operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:155Existing pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing plants06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:160Existing perchloroethylene dry cleaning systems06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 61:165Existing primary aluminum reduction plants06/04/8512/02/86, 51 FR 43395.
401 KAR 61:170Existing blast furnace casthouses04/14/8802/07/90, 55 FR 4169.
401 KAR 61:175Leaks from existing synthetic organic chemical and polymer manufacturing equipment06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
Chapter 63   General Standards of Performance
401 KAR 63:001Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in 401 KAR Chapter 6311/18/069/13/07, 72 FR 52282
401 KAR 63:005Open burning07/13/0510/17/07, 72 FR 58759.
401 KAR 63:010Fugitive emissions06/06/7907/12/82, 47 FR 30059.
401 KAR 63:015Flares06/06/7912/24/80, 45 FR 84999.
401 KAR 63:025Asphalt paving operations06/24/9206/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
401 KAR 63:031Leaks from gasoline tank trunks02/08/9306/23/94, 59 FR 32343.
Chapter 65   Mobile Source-Related Emissions
401 KAR 65:001Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in 401 KAR Chapter 6511/18/069/13/07, 72 FR 52282
401 KAR 65:005Liquefied petroleum gas carburetion systems06/06/7901/25/80, 45 FR 6092.
Kentucky Revised Statutes (KRS)
KRS Chapter 11A.020Public servant prohibited from certain conduct-Exception-Disclosure of personal or private interest7/15/199810/3/2012, 77 FR 60307
KRS Chapter 11A.030Considerations in determination to abstain from action on official decision-Advisory opinion7/14/199210/3/2012, 77 FR 60307
KRS Chapter 11A.040Acts prohibited for public servant or officer-exception7/16/200610/3/2012, 77 FR 60307
KRS Chapter 224.10-020Department within the cabinet-Offices and divisions within the departments-Appointments7/15/201010/3/2012, 77 FR 60307
KRS Chapter 224.10-100Powers and duties of cabinet8/30/200710/3/2012, 77 FR 60307

Table 2—EPA-Approved Jefferson County Regulations for Kentucky

RegTitle/subjectEPA approval dateFederal
Register
notice
District
effective date
Explanation
Reg 1—General Provisions
1.01General Application of Regulations and Standards10/23/0166 FR 5366003/17/99
1.02Definitions11/19/0267 FR 6968812/19/01
1.03Abbreviations and Acronyms11/19/0267 FR 6968805/15/02
1.04Performance Tests10/23/0166 FR 5366011/19/97
1.05Compliance with Emission Standards and Maintenance Requirements10/23/0166 FR 5366011/18/92
1.06Source Self-Monitoring and Reporting10/23/0166 FR 5366012/15/93
1.07Emissions During Startups, Shutdowns, Malfunctions and Emergencies10/23/0166 FR 5366001/17/96
1.08Administrative Procedures11/03/0368 FR 6223606/19/02
1.09Prohibition of Air Pollution10/23/0166 FR 5366011/16/83
1.10Circumvention10/23/0166 FR 5366004/19/72
1.11Control of Open Burning10/23/0166 FR 5366002/22/90
1.14Control of Fugitive Particulate Emissions10/23/0166 FR 5366001/20/88
1.18Rule Effectiveness10/23/0166 FR 5368909/21/94
1.19Administrative Hearings11/19/0267 FR 6968805/15/02
Reg 2—Permit Requirements
2.01General Application10/23/0166 FR 5366004/21/82
2.02Air Pollution Regulation Requirements and Exemptions10/23/0166 FR 5366006/21/95
2.03Permit Requirements—Non-Title V Construction and Operating Permits and Demolition/Renovation Permits10/23/0166 FR 5366012/15/93
2.04Construction or Modification of Major Sources in or Impacting Upon Non-Attainment Areas (Emission Offset Requirements)10/23/0166 FR 5366003/17/93
2.05Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality10/12/1277 FR 6215011/17/10This approval does not include Jefferson County's revisions to incorporate by reference the Ethanol Rule (72 FR 24060, May 1, 2007), Fugitives Emissions Rule (73 FR 77882, December 19, 2008), the PM10 Grandfathering Provision and the term “particulate matter emissions” (at 40 CFR 52.21(i)(1)(xi) and 51.166(b)(49)(vi) respectively in the NSR PM2.5 Rule (73 FR 28321, May 16, 2008).
2.06Permit Requirements—Other Sources10/23/0166 FR 5366011/16/83
2.07Public Notification for Title V, PSD, and Offset Permits; SIP Revisions; and Use of Emission Reduction Credits10/23/0166 FR 5366006/21/95
2.09Causes for Permit Suspension11/03/0368 FR 6223606/19/02
2.10Stack Height Considerations10/23/0166 FR 5366007/19/89
2.11Air Quality Model Usage10/23/0166 FR 5366005/19/99
2.17Federally Enforceable District Origin Operating Permits11/03/0368 FR 6223606/19/02
Reg 3—Ambient Air Quality Standards
3.01Purpose of Standards and Expression of Non-Degradation Intention10/23/0166 FR 5366006/13/79
3.02Applicability of Ambient Air Quality Standards10/23/0166 FR 5366006/13/79
3.03Definitions10/23/0166 FR 5366006/13/79
3.04Ambient Air Quality Standards10/23/0166 FR 5366004/20/88
3.05Methods of Measurement10/23/0166 FR 5366004/20/88
Reg 4—Emergency Episodes
4.01General Provisions for Emergency Episodes10/23/0166 FR 5366006/13/79
4.02Episode Criteria10/23/0166 FR 5366004/20/88
4.03General Abatement Requirements10/23/0166 FR 5366002/16/83
4.04Particulate and Sulfur Dioxide Reduction Requirements10/23/0166 FR 5366004/19/72
4.05Hydrocarbon and Nitrogen Oxides Reduction Requirements10/23/0166 FR 5366002/16/83
4.06Carbon Monoxide Reduction Requirements10/23/0166 FR 5366002/16/83
4.07Episode Reporting Requirements10/23/0166 FR 5366006/13/79
Reg 6—Standards of Performance for Existing Affected Facilities
6.01General Provisions10/23/0166 FR 5366011/16/83
6.02Emission Monitoring for Existing Sources10/23/0166 FR 5366011/16/83
6.07Standards of Performance for Existing Indirect Heat Exchangers10/23/0166 FR 5366006/13/79
6.08Standard of Performance for Existing Incinerators10/23/0166 FR 5366006/13/79
6.09Standards of Performance for Existing Process Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366003/17/99
6.10Standard of Performance for Existing Process Gas Streams10/23/0166 FR 5366011/16/83
6.12Standard of Performance for Existing Asphalt Paving Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.13Standard of Performance for Existing Storage Vessels for Volatile Organic Compounds10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.14Standard of Performance for Selected Existing Petroleum Refining Processes and Equipment10/23/0166 FR 5366104/21/82
6.15Standard of Performance for Gasoline Transfer to Existing Service Station Storage Tanks (Stage I Vapor Recovery)01/25/8045 FR 609206/13/79
6.16Standard of Performance for Existing Large Appliance Surface Coating Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.17Standard of Performance for Existing Automobile and Truck Surface Coating Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366111/18/92
6.18Standards of Performance for Existing Solvent Metal Cleaning Equipment11/19/0267 FR 6968805/15/02
6.19Standard of Performance for Existing Metal Furniture Surface Coating Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.20Standard of Performance for Existing Bulk Gasoline Plants10/23/0166 FR 5366111/16/83
6.21Standard of Performance for Existing Gasoline Loading Facilities at Bulk Terminals10/23/0166 FR 5366111/16/83
6.22Standard of Performance for Existing Volatile Organic Materials Loading Facilities10/23/0166 FR 5366103/17/93
6.24Standard of Performance for Existing Sources Using Organic Materials10/23/0166 FR 5366103/17/93
6.26Standards of Performance for Existing Volatile Organic Compound Water Separators10/23/0166 FR 5366106/13/79
6.27Standards of Performance for Existing Liquid Waste Incinerators10/23/0166 FR 5366106/13/79
6.28Standard of Performance for Existing Hot Air Aluminum Atomization Processes10/23/0166 FR 5366103/18/81
6.29Standard of Performance for Existing Graphic Arts Facilities Using Rotogravure and Flexography10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.30Standard of Performance for Existing Factory Surface Coating Operations of Flat Wood Paneling10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.31Standard of Performance for Existing Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products Surface-Coating Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366104/23/96
6.32Standard of Performance for Leaks from Existing Petroleum Refinery Equipment10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.33Standard of Performance for Existing Synthesized Pharmaceutical Product Manufacturing Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.34Standard of Performance for Existing Pneumatic Rubber Tire Manufacturing Plants10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.35Standard of Performance for Existing Fabric, Vinyl and Paper Surface Coating Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
6.38Standard of Performance for Existing Air Oxidation Processes in Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industries10/23/0166 FR 5366112/17/86
6.39Standard of Performance for Equipment Leaks of Volatile Organic Compounds in Existing Synthetic Organic Chemical and Polymer Manufacturing Plants10/23/0166 FR 5366107/17/96
6.40Standards of Performance for Gasoline Transfer to Motor Vehicles (Stage II Vapor Recovery and Control)10/23/0166 FR 5366108/18/93
6.42Reasonably Available Control Technology Requirements for Major Volatile Organic Compound- and Nitrogen Oxides-Emitting Facilities10/23/0166 FR 5366103/17/99
6.43Volatile Organic Compound Reduction Requirements10/23/0166 FR 5368905/21/97
6.45Standards of Performance for Existing Solid Waste Landfills10/23/0166 FR 5368902/02/94
6.44Standards of Performance for Existing Commercial Motor Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Refinishing Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366109/20/95
6.46Standards of Performance for Existing Ferroalloy and Calcium Carbide Production Facilities10/23/0166 FR 5366112/21/94
6.48Standard of Performance for Existing Bakery Oven Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366107/19/95
6.49Standards of Performance for Reactor Processes and Distillation Operations Processes in the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry10/23/0166 FR 5366406/20/01
6.50NOX Requirements for Portland Cement Kilns11/19/0267 FR 6968803/20/02
Reg 7—Standards of Performance for New Affected Facilities
7.01General Provisions10/23/0166 FR 5366105/17/00
7.06Standards of Performance for New Indirect Heat Exchangers10/23/0166 FR 5366104/21/82
7.07Standard of Performance for New Incinerators10/23/0166 FR 5366109/15/93
7.08Standards of Performance for New Process Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366103/17/99
7.09Standards of Performance for New Process Gas Streams10/23/0166 FR 5366106/18/97
7.11Standard of Performance for New Asphalt Paving Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
7.12Standard of Performance for New Storage Vessels for Volatile Organic Compounds10/23/0166 FR 5366105/15/91
7.14Standard of Performance for Selected New Petroleum Refining Processes and Equipment10/23/0166 FR 5366106/13/79
7.15Standards of Performance for Gasoline Transfer to New Service Station Storage Tanks (Stage I Vapor Recovery)10/23/0166 FR 5366204/20/88
7.18Standards of Performance for New Solvent Metal Cleaning Equipment10/23/0166 FR 5366205/15/91
7.20Standard of Performance for New Gasoline Loading Facilities at Bulk Plants10/23/0166 FR 5366211/16/83
7.22Standard of Performance for New Volatile Organic Materials Loading Facilities10/23/0166 FR 5366203/17/93
7.25Standard of Performance for New Sources Using Volatile Organic Compounds10/23/0166 FR 5366203/17/93
7.34Standard of Performance for New Sulfite Pulp Mills10/23/0166 FR 5366206/13/79
7.35Standard of Performance for New Ethylene Producing Plants10/23/0166 FR 5366206/13/79
7.36Standard of Performance for New Volatile Organic Compound Water Separators10/23/0166 FR 5366206/13/79
7.51Standard of Performance for New Liquid Waste Incinerators10/23/0166 FR 5366201/20/88
7.52Standard of Performance for New Fabric, Vinyl, and Paper Surface Coating Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366205/15/91
7.55Standard of Performance for New Insulation of Magnet Wire10/23/0166 FR 5366203/17/93
7.56Standard of Performance for Leaks from New Petroleum Refinery Equipment10/23/0166 FR 5366205/15/91
7.57Standard of Performance for New Graphic Arts Facilities Using Rotogravure and Flexography10/23/0166 FR 5366205/15/91
7.58Standard of Performance for New Factory Surface Coating Operations of Flat Wood Paneling10/23/0166 FR 5366205/15/91
7.59Standard of Performance for New Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products Surface Coating Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366204/23/96
7.60Standard of Performance for New Synthesized Pharmaceutical Product Manufacturing Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366205/15/91
7.77Standards of Performance for New Blast Furnace Casthouses10/23/0166 FR 5366210/20/93
7.79Standards of Performance for New Commercial Motor Vehicles and Mobile Equipment Refinishing Operations10/23/0166 FR 5369002/02/94
7.81Standard of Performance for New or Modified Bakery Oven Operations10/23/0166 FR 5366205/17/00
Reg 8—Mobile Source Emissions Control

(d) EPA-approved source specific requirements.

EPA-Approved Kentucky Source-Specific Requirements

Name of source Permit No. State
effective date
EPA approval date Explanations
Bubble action at Kentucky Utilities Green River PlantN/A12/01/8006/15/81, 46 FR 31260.
Bubble action at Corning GlassworksN/A05/18/8110/29/81, 46 FR 53408.
Bubble action at National Distillers Company's, Old Crow PlantN/A12/24/8009/14/81, 46 FR 45610.
Bubble action at General Electric in LouisvilleN/A08/07/8101/12/82, 47 FR 1291.
Bubble action at Borden Chemical CO in Jefferson CO.N/A03/05/8205/11/82, 47 FR 20125.
Variance for seven perchloroethylene dry cleanersN/A08/04/8205/02/83, 48 FR 19176.
Variance for two dry cleanersN/A01/27/8305/05/83, 48 FR 20233.
Variance for Jiffy and Hiland Dry CleanersN/A04/25/8404/18/85, 50 FR 15421.
TVA Paradise PermitKDEPDAQ Permit 0-87-0126/29/8708/25/89, 54 FR 35326WITHDRAWN
Opacity variance for boiler Units 1 and 2 of TVA's Paradise Steam PlantKDEPDAQ Permit 0-86-7507/24/9608/17/88, 53 FR 30998.
Operating Permits for nine presses at the Alcan Foil Products facility—LouisvilleAPCDJC Permits 103-74, 104-74, 105-74, 103-74, 110-74, 111-7402/28/9005/16/90, 55 FR 20269.
Operating Permit requiring VOC RACT for Calgon COKDEPDAQ Permit 0-94-02011/17/9405/24/95, 60 FR 27411.
Reynolds Metals CompanyAPCDJC Permits 103-74, 104-74, 016-74, 110-74, 111-7404/16/9701/13/98, 63 FR 1929.
Alternative Averaging Period for American Greetings CorporationKDEPDAQ Permit V-98-04907/07/9905/09/01, 66 FR 23617.
Title V permit requiring VOC RACT for Publisher's Printing, Inc., Bullitt CountyKDEPDAQ Permit 21-029-0001907/20/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53664.
Board Order American Synthetic Rubber CompanyNOX RACT Plan 12/20/0001/01/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53684.
Board Order E.I. du Pont de Nemours & CompanyNOX RACT Plan 02/21/0103/01/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53684.
Board Order Ford Louisville Assembly PlantNOX RACT Plan 11/08/9901/01/0010/23/01, 66 FR 53684.
Board Order General Electric CompanyNOX RACT Plan 01/17/0103/01/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53684.
Board Order Kosmos Cement CompanyNOX RACT Plan 05/03/0405/03/0405/18/05, 70 FR 28429.
Board Order Louisville Gas and Electric Company, Cane Run Generating StationNOX RACT Plan 10/18/0001/01/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53684.
Board Order Louisville Gas and Electric Company, Mill Creek Generating StationNOX RACT Plan 10/18/0001/01/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53684.
Board Order Louisville Medical Center Steam PlantNOX RACT Plan 02/21/0104/01/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53685.
Board Order Oxy Vinyls, LPNOX RACT Plan 12/20/0001/01/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53685.
Board Order Rohm and Haas CompanyNOX RACT Plan 12/20/0001/01/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53685.
Board Order Texas Gas TransmissionNOX RACT Plan 11/08/9901/01/0010/23/01, 66 FR 53685.
Lawson Mardon Packaging, USA, Inc.N/A08/11/0307/10/03, 68 FR 41084.
Calgon Carbon CorporationV-00-01505/13/0505/24/06, 71 FR 29786The only parts of the permit being approved and incorporated are the SO2 emission limits from the following emissions points: 12, 14, 21, 31, 34, 32, 40, 39, 42, and 64.
TVA Paradise PermitKDEPDAQ Permit 0-87-01210/19/074/29/08, 73 FR 23105Emission Rates Units 1 and 2 are 1.2 lb/MMBTU and Unit 3 is 1.2 lb/MMBTU or *3.1 lb/MMBTU.
Source-Specific SIP Revision for Avis Budget Car Rental GroupN/A8/9/0711/30/09, 74 FR 62499Removal of stage II requirements

*Bypass of the scrubber shall be limited to 720 operating hours in any 12 consecutive months.

(e) EPA-approved non-regulatory provisions.

EPA—Approved Kentucky Non-regulatory Provisions

Name of non-regulatory SIP provision Applicable geographic or nonattainment area State
submittal date/effective date
EPA approval date Explanations
Air Quality surveillance planCommonwealth of Kentucky11/15/7911/16/81, 46 FR 56198.
Protection Visibility in Class I AreasMammoth Cave National Park (Class I area)08/31/9707/12/88, 53 FR 26253.
Small Business Assistance ProgramCommonwealth of Kentucky07/15/9306/19/95, 60 FR 31915.
Lexington Maintenance PlanFayette County, Scott County08/24/0409/16/04, 69 FR 55751.
Ashland-Huntington Maintenance PlanBoyd County, Greenup County05/24/9506/29/95, 60 FR 33752.
Maintenance Plan for Owensboro & Edmonson County AreaDaviess County, Hancock County, Edmonson County04/14/9809/03/98, 63 FR 46898.
Northern Kentucky 15% Plan & I/MBoone, Campbell and Kenton Counties09/11/9812/08/98, 63 FR 67591.
Negative Declarations for the nonattainment portions of Bullitt and Oldham Counties in Louisville 1-hour moderate ozone nonattainment area for CTG rules for aerospace, SOCMI, shipbuilding, and wood furniture manufacturingJefferson County, Bullitt County, Oldham County12/14/9910/23/01, 66 FR 53665.
Negative Declarations submitted by the Air Pollution Control District of Jefferson County for the Louisville 1-hour moderate ozone nonattainment area for CTG rules for aerospace, shipbuilding, and wood furniture manufacturingJefferson County, Bullitt County, Oldham County02/26/0110/23/01, 66 FR 53665.
Louisville 1-Hour Ozone Maintenance PlanJefferson County and portions of Bullitt and Oldham Counties11/1/0305/18/05, 70 FR 28429.
Maintenance Plan for Paducah AreaMarshall County and a portion of Livingston County06/14/0108/20/01, 66 FR 43488.
Northern Kentucky 1-Hour Ozone Maintenance PlanBoone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties02/09/0510/04/05, 70 FR 57750
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the Christian County, Kentucky areaChristian County05/20/0501/25/06, 71 FR 4047
Kentucky portion of the Ashland-Huntington Sulfur Dioxide Maintenance PlanBoyd County05/13/0505/24/06, 71 FR 29786
Louisville 8-hour Ozone Maintenance PlanBullitt County, Jefferson County, Oldham County09/26/200607/05/07, 72 FR 36601
Huntington-Ashland  8-hour Ozone Maintenance PlanBoyd County09/29/0608/03/07, 71 FR 43172
Northern Kentucky 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance planBoone, Campbell and Kenton Counties in Kentucky1/29/20108/5/2010, 75 FR 47218For the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.
Paducah 8-Hour Ozone Attainment/1-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan Section 110(a)(1)Marshall and Livingston CountiesMay 27, 20088/26/2010, 75 FR 52467
Huntington—Ashland 8-Hour Ozone Section 110(a)(1) Maintenance PlanA portion of Greenup CountyMay 27, 20084/14/11, 76 FR 20853For the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.
Lexington 8-Hour Ozone Section 110(a)(1) Maintenance Plan Section 110(a)(1)Fayette and Scott CountiesMay 27, 20084/14/11, 76 FR 20853For the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.
Edmonson County 8-Hour Ozone Section 110(a)(1) Maintenance PlanEdmonson CountyMay 27, 20084/14/11, 76 FR 20853For the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.
Owensboro 8-Hour Ozone Section 110(a)(1) Maintenance PlanDaviess County and a portion of Hancock CountyMay 27, 20084/14/11, 76 FR 20853For the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 8-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality StandardsCommonwealth of Kentucky12/13/20077/13/2011, 76 FR 41088For the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.
1997 Annual PM2.5 Maintenance Plan for the Northern Kentucky AreaBoone, Campbell and Kenton Counties (Kentucky portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton OH-KY-IN Area)1/27/1112/15/2011, 76 FR 77903For the 1997 Annual PM2.5 NAAQS.
Huntington-Ashland 1997 PM2.5 Attainment PlanBoyd County; Portion of Lawrence County12/03/20084/11/2012, 77 FR 21663For the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS.
Regional Haze Plan and Plan AmendmentStatewide06/25/08 and 05/28/1003/30/12, 77 FR 19098Source-specific BART requirements are summarized in Table 7.5.3-2 of the Commonwealth's May 28, 2010 submittal.
Louisville; 1997 Annual Fine Particulate Matter 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryBullitt and Jefferson Counties12/03/20088/2/12, 77 FR 45956.
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for 1997 Fine Particulate Matter National Ambient Air Quality StandardsKentucky8/26/200810/3/2012, 77 FR 60307With the exception of section 110(a)(2)(D)(i), With respect to sections 110(a)(2)(C) related to PSD requirements and 110(a)(2)(J) related to PSD requirements, EPA conditionally approved these requirements.
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for 2006 Fine Particulate Matter National Ambient Air Quality StandardsKentucky7/17/201210/3/2012, 77 FR 60307With the exception of section 110(a)(2)(D)(i), With respect to sections 110(a)(2)(C) related to PSD requirements and 110(a)(2)(J) related to PSD requirements, EPA conditionally approved these requirements.
1997 Annual PM2.5 Maintenance Plan for the Kentucky portion of the Huntington-Ashland AreaBoyd County and Lawrence County (part) (Kentucky portion of the Huntington-Ashland WV-KY-OH Area)2/9/1212/26/12, 77 FR 75865For the 1997 Annual PM2.5 NAAQS.
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2008 8-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality StandardsCommonwealth of Kentucky7/17/20123/7/2013
78 FR 14681
With the exception of section 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(I) concerning interstate transport which is being disapproved and, the portions of sections 110(a)(2)(C), prong 3 of 110(a)(2)(D)(i), and 110(a)(2)(J) related to structural PSD requirements, which are being conditionally approved.
MVEB Update for the 1997 8-hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for Northern KentuckyBoone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties, KY8/9/126/5/13, 78 FR 33726

[64 FR 28750, May 27, 1999]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.920, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

§52.921   Classification of regions.

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

Air quality control regionPollutant
Particulate matterSulfur oxidesNitrogen dioxideCarbon monoxidePhotochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons)
Appalachian IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Bluegrass IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Evansville (Indiana)-Owensboro-Henderson (Kentucky) InterstateIIIIIIIIIIII
Huntington (West Virginia)-Ashland (Kentucky)-Portsmouth-Ironton (Ohio) InterstateIIIIIIIIIIIII
Louisville InterstateIIIIIIIII
Metropolitan Cincinnati InterstateIIIIIIIIII
North Central Kentucky IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIII
Paducah (Kentucky)-Cairo (Illinois) InterstateIIIIIIIIIIII
South Central Kentucky IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIIIII

[37 FR 10868, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16346, May 8, 1974]

§52.922   [Reserved]

§52.923   Approval status.

(a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator approves Kentucky's plans for the attainment and maintenance of the national standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, the Administrator finds the plans satisfy 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 July 1, 1980 for the sources covered by CTGs issued between January 1978 and January 1979 and adoption and submittal by each subsequent January of additional RACT requirements for sources covered by CTGs issued by the previous January.

(b) New Source review permits issued pursuant to Section 173 of the Clean Air Act will not be deemed valid by EPA unless the provisions of Section V of Appendix S of 40 CFR part 51 are met.

[45 FR 72157, Oct. 31, 1980]

§52.924   Legal authority.

(a) The requirements of §51.230(f) of this chapter are not met since K.R.S. 224.380 of the Air Pollution Control Law of the Commonwealth of Kentucky (June 18, 1970) does not provide for the release, under certain circumstances, of emission data to the public.

(b) Delegation of Authority: Pursuant to section 114 of the Act, Kentucky requested a delegation of authority to enable it to collect, correlate, and release emission data to the public. The Administrator has determined that Kentucky is qualified to receive a delegation of the authority it requested. Accordingly, the Administrator delegates to Kentucky his authority under section 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 10868, May 31, 1972, as amended at 37 FR 15084, July 27, 1972; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

§52.925   General requirements.

(a) The requirements of §51.116(c) of this chapter are not met since the legal authority to provide for public availability of emission data is inadequate.

[39 FR 34536, Sept. 26, 1974, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

§52.926   Attainment dates for national standards.

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

Air quality control regionPollutant
Particulate matterSulfur oxidesNitrogen dioxideCarbon monoxideOzone
PrimarySecondaryPrimarySecondary
Appalachian Intrastate:
a. Bell Countyghbbbbb
b. Perry Countyghbbbbb
c. Whitley Countyghbbbbb
d. Rest of AQCRccbbbbb
Bluegrass Intrastate:
a. Fayette Countyacbbbbg
b. Madison Countyghbbbbb
c. Rest of AQCRacbbbbb
Evansville (Indiana)-Ownsboro-Henderson (Kentucky) Interstate:
a. Daviess Countygiggbbb
b. Henderson Countygiaebbg
c. Webster Countyccggbbb
d. Rest of AQCRccaebbb
Huntington (West Virginia)-Ashland (Kentucky)-Portsmouth-Ironton (Ohio) Interstate:
a. Boyd Countygigbbbg
b. Lawrence Countyghbbbbb
c. Rest of AQCRccbbbbb
Louisville Interstategijjbhh
Metropolitan Cincinnati Interstate:
a. Boone Countyccadbdh
b. Campbell Countyghadbdh
c. Kenton Countyccadbdh
d. Rest of AQCRccadbdc
North Central Kentucky Intrastate:
a. Bullitt Countyghbbbbb
b. Rest of AQCRacbbbbb
Paducah (Kentucky) Cairo (Illinois) Interstate:
a. McCracken Countyghgfbbb
b. Marshall Countycgafbbb
c. Muhlenberg Countyghggbbb
d. Rest of AQCRccafbbb
South Central Kentucky Intrastatebbbbbbb

See §81.318 of this chapter to identify the specific nonattainment area.

Note: Dates or footnotes in italics are prescribed by the Administrator because the plan did not provide a specific date or the dates provided were not acceptable. Sources subject to plan requirements and attainment dates established under section 110(a)(2)(A) prior to the 1977 Clean Air Act Amendments remain obligated to comply with those requirements by the earlier deadlines. The earlier attainment dates are set out at 40 CFR 52.926 (1979 edition).

a. Air quality levels presently below primary standards or area is unclassifiable.

b. Air quality levels presently below secondary standards or area is unclassifiable.

c. April 1975.

d. July 1975.

e. July 1977.

f. July 1978.

g. December 31, 1982.

h. December 31, 1987.

i. 18 month extension for plan submittal granted: attainment date not yet established.

j. January 1, 1985.

[45 FR 85002, Dec. 24, 1980]

§52.927   Compliance schedules.

(a) The requirements of §51.262(a) of this chapter are not met since compliance schedules with adequate increments of progress have not been submitted for every source for which they are required.

(b) Federal compliance schedules.

(1) Except as provided in paragraph (b)(5) of this section, the owner or operator of any fuel-burning facility subject to the requirements of the Kentucky Air Pollution Control Regulations as they apply to sulfur dioxide sources, shall notify the Regional Administrator, by no later than November 3, 1975, of his intent to utilize either low-sulfur fuel or stack gas desulfurization to meet these requirements.

(2) Any owner or operator of a stationary source subject to paragraph (b)(1) of this section who elects to utilize low-sulfur fuel shall be subject to the following compliance schedule:

(i) December 1, 1975—Submit to the Regional Administrator a projection of the amount of fuel, by types, that will be substantially adequate to enable compliance with the applicable regulation on July 1, 1977, and for at least one year thereafter, as well as a statement as to whether boiler modifications will be required. If so, final plans for such modifications must be submitted simultaneously.

(ii) December 31, 1975—Sign contracts with fuel suppliers for projected fuel requirements as projected above.

(iii) December 31, 1975—Let contracts for necessary boiler modifications, if applicable.

(iv) January 30, 1976—Initiate onsite modifications, if applicable.

(v) May 1, 1977—Complete onsite modifications, if applicable.

(vi) July 1, 1977—Achieve compliance with the applicable regulations, and certify such compliance to the Regional Administrator.

(3) Any owner or operator subject to paragraph (b)(1) of this section who elects to utilize stack gas desulfurization shall be subject to the following compliance schedule:

(i) December 1, 1975—Submit to the Regional Administrator a final control plan, which describes at a minimum the steps which will be taken by the source to achieve compliance with the applicable regulations.

(ii) December 31, 1975—Negotiate and sign all necessary contracts for emission control systems or process modifications, or issue orders for the purchase of component parts to accomplish emission control or process modifications.

(iii) January 30, 1976—Initiate onsite construction or installation of emission control equipment or process modification.

(iv) May 1, 1977—Complete onsite construction or installation or emission control equipment or process modification.

(v) July 1, 1977—Complete shakedown operations and performance tests for the applicable unit(s); achieve compliance with Kentucky Division of Air Pollution Regulation for sulfur dioxide sources and certify such compliance to the Regional Administrator. Ten days prior to any performance testing, notice must be given to the Regional Administrator to afford him the opportunity to have an observer present.

(4) Five days after the deadline for completing increments in paragraphs (b)(2)(ii) through (b)(2)(v) and (b)(3)(ii) through (b)(3)(iv) of this section, certify to the Regional Administrator whether the increment has been met.

(5) (i) None of the above paragraphs shall apply to a source which is presently in compliance with applicable regulations. The owner or operator of any fuel-burning facility with an aggregate heat input of more than 250 million BTU per hour which is presently in compliance, shall certify such compliance to the Regional Administrator by November 3, 1975. The Regional Administrator may request whatever supporting information he considers necessary for proper certification.

(ii) Any compliance schedule adopted by the State and approved by the Administrator shall satisfy the requirements of this paragraph for the affected source.

(iii) Any owner or operator subject to a compliance schedule in this paragraph may submit to the Regional Administrator no later than December 1, 1975, a proposed alternative compliance schedule. No such compliance schedule may provide for final compliance after the final compliance date in the applicable compliance schedule of this paragraph. If approved by the Administrator, such schedule shall satisfy the requirements of this paragraph for the affected source.

(6) Nothing in this paragraph shall preclude the Administrator from promulgating a separate schedule for any source to which the application of a compliance schedule in this paragraph fails to satisfy the requirements of §§51.261 and 51.262(a) of this chapter.

[38 FR 16145, June 20, 1973, as amended at 40 FR 3418, Jan. 22, 1975; 40 FR 14071, Mar. 28, 1975; 40 FR 29541, July 14, 1975; 40 FR 40160, Sept. 2, 1975; 51 FR 40675, 40676, 40677, Nov. 7, 1986; 54 FR 25258, June 14, 1989]

§52.928   Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.

The revised SO2 emission limit for large coal-fired boilers in Bell, Clark, and Woodford Counties, submitted on June 29, 1979, is disapproved since it does not provide for attainment and maintenance of all SO2 NAAQS. The limit approved by EPA on May 10, 1976 (41 FR 19105), remains the limit applicable to these sources.

[49 FR 11091, Mar. 23, 1984]

§52.929   Determination of attainment.

(a) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2007-2009, EPA determined that the Huntington-Ashland, West Virginia-Kentucky-Ohio PM2.5 nonattainment Area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 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 Huntington-Ashland 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 2007-2009, EPA determined that the Louisville, Kentucky-Indiana PM2.5 nonattainment Area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 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 Louisville 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 2007-2009, EPA determined that the Cincinnati-Hamilton, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana PM2.5 nonattainment Area attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 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 Cincinnati-Hamilton, Ohio, Kentucky, and Indiana PM2.5 nonattainment Area is not subject to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).

[76 FR 55543, Sept. 7, 2011, as amended at 76 FR 55546, Sept. 7, 2011; 76 FR 60375, Sept. 29, 2011]

§52.930   Control strategy: Ozone.

(a) The VOC bubble for Alcan Foil Products in Louisville submitted as a SIP revision on March 3, 1986, is disapproved. The source must continue to meet all the requirements of Jefferson County Regulation 6.29.

(b) Part D—disapproval—(1) Campbell and Kenton Counties nonattainment area. The 1979 SIP revisions for these two counties are disapproved because the Commonwealth failed to submit evidence of legal authority to implement a vehicle inspection and maintenance program as required under section 172(b)(11)(B) of the Clean Air Act. No major new or modified sources of volatile organic compounds can be built in these two counties by virtue of the provisions of section 110(a)(2)(l) of the Clean Air Act.

(2) Northern Kentucky (Boone, Campbell and Kenton Counties) ozone nonattainment area. The demonstration of attainment of the ozone standards by the end of 1982, submitted as part of Kentucky's ozone SIP revision on June 23, 1982, (draft), September 27, 1982, and November 3, 1982, is disapproved. As a result, the extension of the attainment deadline until December 31, 1987, remains in effect, along with the related requirement to submit a SIP revision addressing all requirements of Part D extension areas.

(c) The redesignation request submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, on November 11, 1994, for the Kentucky portion of the Cincinnati-Northern Kentucky moderate interstate ozone nonattainment area from nonattainment to attainment was disapproved on September 27, 1996.

(d) Kentucky's November 15, 1996, request for a 1-year attainment date extension for the Kentucky portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton metropolitan moderate ozone nonattainment area which consists of Kenton, Boone, and Campbell Counties is approved. The date for attaining the ozone standard in these counties is November 15, 1997.

(e) Kentucky's November 15, 1996, request for a 1-year attainment date extension for the Kentucky portion of the Louisville moderate ozone nonattainment area which consists of Jefferson County and parts of Bullitt and Oldham Counties is approved. The date for attaining the ozone standard in these counties is November 15, 1997.

(f) Kentucky's January 7, 1998, request for a 1-year attainment date extension for the Kentucky portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton metropolitan moderate ozone nonattainment area which consists of Kenton, Boone, and Campbell Counties is approved. The date for attaining the ozone standard in these counties is November 15, 1998.

(g) The redesignation request submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, on October 29, 1999, for the Kentucky portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton moderate interstate ozone nonattainment area from nonattainment to attainment was approved on July 5, 2000. The mobile source budgets for the Kentucky portion of the area for the purposes of transportation conformity are now 5.83 tons per summer day of volatile organic compounds and 15.13 tons per summer day of nitrogen oxides for the year 2010.

(h) Determination—EPA is determining that as of July 5, 2000, the Kentucky portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton ozone nonattainment area (which includes the Counties of Boone, Kenton, and Campbell) has attained the 1-hour ozone standard and that the attainment demonstration requirements of section 182(b)(1), 182(j), and 172(c)(1), along with the section 172(c)(9) contingency measure requirements, do not apply to the area.

(i) Approval—EPA is approving an exemption from the requirements contained in section 182(f) of the Clean Air Act. This approval exempts Boone, Kenton, and Campbell counties in Kentucky from the NOX related general conformity provisions; nonattainment NSR for new sources and modifications that are major for NOX; NOX RACT; and the requirement for a demonstration of compliance with the enhanced I/M performance standard for NOX.

(j) [Reserved]

(k) The redesignation request submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky, on March 30, 2001, and supplemented on July 9, 2001, for the Kentucky portion of the Louisville moderate interstate ozone nonattainment area from nonattainment to attainment was approved on October 23, 2001. The motor vehicle emissions budgets for VOC and NOX in the Kentucky portion of the Louisville moderate interstate maintenance plan are adequate for conformity purposes and approvable as part of the maintenance plan. The 1-hour ozone standard maintenance plan motor vehicle emission budgets for the entire interstate Louisville area for the purposes of transportation conformity are now 48.17 tons per summer day of VOC and 92.93 tons per summer day of NOX for the year 2012.

(l) Disapproval. EPA is disapproving in part, the Commonwealth of Kentucky's Infrastructure SIP for the 2008 8-hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards addressing section 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(I) concerning interstate transport requirements, submitted July 17, 2012.

[46 FR 58082, Nov. 30, 1981, as amended at 48 FR 13169, Mar. 30, 1983; 51 FR 10210, Mar. 25, 1986; 54 FR 10983, Mar. 16, 1989; 60 FR 32469, June 22, 1995; 60 FR 40101, Aug. 7, 1995; 61 FR 50720, Sept. 27, 1996; 62 FR 28637, May 27, 1997; 62 FR 40281, July 28, 1997; 62 FR 55176, Oct. 23, 1997; 62 FR 61246, Nov. 17, 1997; 63 FR 14625, Mar. 26, 1998; 65 FR 37898, June 19, 2000; 66 FR 53685, Oct. 23, 2001; 78 FR 14688, Mar. 7, 2013]

§52.931   Significant deterioration of air quality.

(a) Regulations for preventing significant deterioration of air quality. The provisions of §52.21 (b) through (w) are hereby incorporated and made a part of the applicable state plan for the State of Kentucky only as they apply to permits issued pursuant to §52.21 prior to final approval of Kentucky's Regulation for Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD), Visibility Monitoring, and Visibility New Source Review in Attainment Areas. The provisions of §52.21 (b) through (w) are rescinded for permits issued after final approval of Kentucky's Regulation for Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD), Visibility Monitoring, and Visibility New Source Review in Attainment Areas.

(b) The Commonwealth of Kentucky has committed to revising the state's regulations accordingly when EPA amends the federal vessel emissions provisions contained in 40 CFR 51.166. In a letter dated October 17, 1986, Kentucky stated:

As requested, the Division of Air Pollution Control hereby commits to changing the definition of “building, structure, facility, or installation,” and any other applicable definitions, when the issue of vessel emissions is resolved at the federal level, and after the federal regulation, 40 CFR 51.24, is amended.

(c) In a letter dated May 3, 1988, EPA informed Kentucky that the following caveat must be included in all potentially affected permits due to a decision of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit (NRDC v. Thomas, 838 F.2d 1224):

In approving this permit, the Kentucky Division for Air Quality has determined that the application complies with the applicable provisions of the stack height regulations as revised by the EPA on July 8, 1985 (50 FR 27892). Portions of the regulations have been remanded by a panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in NRDC v. Thomas, 838 F.2d 1224 (D.C. Cir. 1988). Consequently, this permit may be subject to modification if and when the EPA revises the regulation in response to the court decision. This may result in revised emission limitations or may affect other actions taken by the source owners or operators.

Kentucky responded with a letter dated May 11, 1988, stating in part:

This is in response to your letter dated May 3, 1988 *  *  *. As requested by your letter, the Kentucky Division for Air Quality agrees to include the condition set forth in your letter, in all potentially affected permits issued under regulation 401 KAR 51:017 or 401 KAR 51:052. Therefore, we request that you consider this letter as our commitment that the required caveat will be included in all potentially affected permits *  *  *.

(d) All applications and other information required pursuant to §52.21 of this part from sources located in the Commonwealth of Kentucky shall be submitted to the State agency, Commonwealth of Kentucky, Energy and Environment Cabinet, Department of Environmental Protection, Division for Air Quality, 200 Fair Oaks Lane, 1st Floor, Frankfort, Kentucky 40610-1403 or local agency, Louisville Metro Air Pollution Control District, 850 Barret Avenue, Louisville, Kentucky 40204, rather than to EPA's Region 4 office.

[54 FR 36311, Sept. 1, 1989, as amended at 74 FR 55143, Oct. 27, 2009]

§52.932   Rules and regulations.

(a) The last sentence of section 3(1) of Kentucky regulation 401 KAR 3:050, which specifies that a new fossil fuel fired steam electric generator's allowable SO2 emissions may be calculated by averaging SO2 emissions from existing units of this type and from new ones, is disapproved since it contravenes subpart D of 40 CFR part 60, New Source Performance Standards.

(b) Section 8(2)(a) of regulation 401 KAR 61:015 is disapproved in that it allows the Tennessee Valley Authority's Shawnee power plant until October 1, 1981, to achieve compliance with emissions limits which are not made more stringent by the 1979 Part D revisions, and which the source was previously required to meet by July 1, 1977.

(c) Section 8(2)(d) of regulation 401 KAR 61:015 is disapproved in that it allows sources until December 31, 1982, to achieve compliance with emission limits which are not made more stringent by the 1979 Part D revisions, and which the sources were previously required to meet prior to 1979.

[41 FR 19106, May 10, 1976, as amended at 46 FR 40188, Aug. 7, 1981]

§52.933   Control Strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.

(a) In a letter dated March 27, 1987, the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection 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: Big Rivers-Green #1 & 2, Kentucky Utilities-Ghent #3 & 4, and Ashland Oil, Inc.-Catlettsburg.

(b) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of March 9, 2011, that the Louisville, IN-KY PM2.5 nonattainment area has attained the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS. These determinations, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.1004(c), suspend the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, reasonable further progress, contingency measures, and other plan elements related to attainment of the standards for as long as the area continues to meet the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS.

(c) Disapproval. EPA is disapproving portions of Kentucky's Infrastructure SIP for the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS addressing interstate transport, specifically with respect to section 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(I).

(d) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of September 7, 2011, that based upon 2007-2009 air quality data, the Huntington-Ashland, West Virginia-Kentucky-Ohio, nonattainment Area has attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 52.1004(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.

(e) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of September 29, 2011, that based upon 2007-2009 air quality data, the Cincinnati-Hamilton, Ohio-Kentucky-Indiana nonattainment Area has attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 52.1004(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.

[54 FR 23478, June 1, 1989, as amended at 76 FR 12862, Mar. 9, 2011; 76 FR 43143, July 20, 2011; 76 FR 55543, Sept. 7, 2011; 76 FR 60376, Sept. 29, 2011]

§52.934   VOC rule deficiency correction.

(a) Sections 1.02, 1.08, 6.12, 6.13, 6.16, 6.18, 6.19, 6.23, 6.29, 6.30, 6.31, 6.32, 6.33, 6.34, 6.35, 7.11, 7.12, 7.16, 7.18, 7.19, 7.23, 7.52, 7.56, 7.57, 7.58, 7.59, 7.60 and 7.61 of the Jefferson County portion of the Commonwealth of Kentucky SIP are being approved. The Commonwealth submitted these regulations to EPA for approval on February 12, 1992. These sections were intended to correct deficiencies cited in a letter calling for the Commonwealth to revise its SIP for ozone from Greer C. Tidwell, the EPA Regional Administrator, to Governor Wallace G. Wilkinson on May 26, 1988, and clarified in a letter from Winston A. Smith, Air, Pesticides & Toxics Management Division Director, to William C. Eddins, Director of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Division for Air Quality.

(b) Sections 1.05, 1.06, 6.17, 6.36, 6.37, and 6.40 of the Jefferson County portion of the Commonwealth of Kentucky SIP are being approved. The Commonwealth submitted these regulations to EPA for approval on March 4, 1993. These sections were intended to correct deficiencies cited in a letter calling for the Commonwealth to revise its SIP for ozone from Greer C. Tidwell, the EPA Regional Administrator, to Governor Wallace G. Wilkinson on May 26, 1988, and clarified in a letter from Winston A. Smith, Air, Pesticides & Toxics Management Division Director, to William C. Eddins, Director of the Commonwealth of Kentucky Division for Air Quality.

(c) Deficiencies in 1.12 Emissions Trading, however, have not been corrected. The above deficiencies must be corrected according to the letters mentioned above, the proposed post-1987 ozone policy (52 FR 45044), and other EPA guideline relating to the deficiencies before the SIP for ozone can be fully approved.

[59 FR 32352, June 23, 1994]

§52.935   PM10 State implementation plan development in group II areas.

On July 7, 1988, the State submitted a committal SIP for the cities of Ashland and Catlettsburg in Boyd County. The committal SIP contains all the requirements identified in the July 1, 1987, promulgation of the SIP requirements for PM10 at 52 FR 24681. The SIP commits the State to submit an emissions inventory, continue to monitor for PM10, report data and to submit a full SIP if a violation of the PM10 National Ambient Air Quality Standards is detected.

[55 FR 4172, Feb. 7, 1990]

§52.936   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 Kentucky on June 25, 2008, and amended on May 28, 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 Kentucky on June 25, 2008, and amended on May 28, 2010, are satisfied by §52.940.

(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 Kentucky on June 25, 2008, and amended on May 28, 2010, are satisfied by §52.941.

[77 FR 33657, June 7, 2012]

§52.937   Review of new sources and modifications.

(a) Approval—EPA is approving the section 182(f) oxides of nitrogen (NOX) reasonably available control technology (RACT) exemption request submitted by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection on August 16, 1994, for the Kentucky portion of the Huntington-Ashland ozone (O3) moderate nonattainment area. This approval exempts this area from implementing NOX RACT on major sources of NOX. If a violation of the O3 NAAQS occurs in the area, the exemption from the requirement of section 182(f) of the CAA in the applicable area shall not apply.

(b) Approval—EPA is approving the section 182(f) oxides of nitrogen (NOX) reasonably available control technology (RACT) exemption for the Kentucky portion of the Cincinnati-Hamilton ozone (O3) moderate nonattainment area. This approval exempts this area from implementing NOX RACT on major sources of NOX.

[60 FR 21717, May 3, 1995, as amended at 65 FR 37898, June 19, 2000]

§52.938   General conformity.

The General Conformity regulations were submitted on November 10, 1995, and adopted into the Kentucky State Implementation Plan (SIP). The Commonwealth of Kentucky incorporated by reference regulations 40 CFR part 51, subpart W—determining conformity of General Federal Actions to State or Federal Implementation Plans.

[63 FR 40046, July 27, 1998]

§52.939   Original identification of plan section.

(a) This section identifies the original “Air Implementation Plan for the Commonwealth Kentucky” and all revisions submitted by Kentucky that were federally approved prior to March 1, 1999.

(b) The plan was officially submitted on February 8, 1972, and was resubmitted on December 5, 1973.

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

(1) Clarifying comments on the plan submitted on March 6, 1972, by the Kentucky Air Pollution Control Office.

(2) Chapters IV and V, Control Strategies, and Chapter VII, Emission Control Regulations, submitted on March 17, 1972, by the Kentucky Air Pollution Control Office.

(3) Summary letter of Kentucky Air Pollution Control Commission and Regional Office meeting with attachments submitted May 3, 1972, by the Kentucky Air Pollution Control Office.

(4) Letter requesting delegation of authority and offering justification for a two-year extension for attainment of the sulfur dioxide primary standard submitted on June 7, 1972, by the Governor.

(5) Indirect source Regulation AP-11 and compliance schedules submitted on December 5, 1973, by the Governor.

(6) Compliance schedules submitted on February 15, 1974, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(7) Compliance schedules submitted on April 23, 1974, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(8) Clarifying comments submitted on May 21, 1974, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(9) AQMA material submitted on January 6, 1975, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(10) Revised body of air pollution control regulations and revised control strategies submitted respectively on August 29 and September 16, 1975, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(11) Letters requesting delegation of Federal authority for the administrative and technical portions of the Prevention of Significant Deterioration program were submitted on May 5 and June 13, 1976 by the Secretary of the Department for Natural Resources and Environmental protection.

(12) 1979 revisions for Part D requirements for ozone nonattainment areas, submitted on June 29, 1979, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(13) 1979 revisions for Part D requirements for sulfur dioxide nonattainment areas (Boyd, Jefferson, McCracken, Muhlenberg, and Webster Counties), submitted on June 29, 1979, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(14) 1979 revisions for Part D requirements for total suspended particulate nonattainment areas (Bell, Boyd, Jefferson, McCracken and Muhlenberg counties, that portion of Bullit County in Shepherdsville, that portion of Campbell County in Newport, that portion of Daviess County in Owensboro, those portions of Henderson County in and around Henderson, that portion of Lawrence County in Louisa, that portion of Madison County in Richmond, that portion of Perry County in Hazard, that portion of Pike County in Pikeville, and that portion of Whitley County in Corbin) submitted on June 29, 1979, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(15) Revision to the State Implementation Plan for a bubble action at the Kentucky Utilities—Green River Station was submitted on December 1, 1980.

(16) Corrections in 1979 ozone revisions required by conditional approval of January 25, 1980, submitted on May 18, 1980 (letter on oil-water effluent separators), September 22, 1980 (Jefferson County I/M ordinance and schedule), November 19, 1980 (Jefferson County transportation related commitments), and on January 8, 1981 (changes in Jefferson County I/M schedule), by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(17) 1979 Revisions for Part D requirements for the Jefferson County carbon monoxide nonattainment area, submitted on June 29, 1979, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection. Additional materials to correct the deficiencies noted in the November 15, 1979 proposed conditional approval were submitted as SIP revisions on September 22, 1980, November 19, 1980, and January 8, 1981, as noted in the preceding paragraph.

(18) Air quality surveillance plan submitted on November 15, 1979, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(19) Revision to the State Implementation Plan for a bubble action at Corning Glassworks, Danville, Kentucky was submitted on May 18, 1981, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(20) Revision to the State Implementation Plan for a bubble action at National Distillers Company's Old Crow Plant in Woodford County, submitted on December 24, 1980, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(21) Boone County Inspection/Maintenance ordinance and transportation control measures for Boone, Campbell, and Kenton Counties, submitted on November 19, 1980, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(22) Set II VOC regulations, submitted on February 5, 1981, and September 24, 1982, by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection.

(23) Implementation plan for lead, submitted on May 7, 1980, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(24) Provision for permit and exemption fees, submitted on June 10, 1981, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(25) Provisions for public notifications and participation pursuant to section 127(a) of the Clean Air Act, submitted on April 8, 1980, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(26) Revision to the State Implementation Plan for a bubble action at General Electric, Louisville, Kentucky, submitted on August 7, 1981, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(27) Revised Boone County Inspection/Maintenance schedule submitted on October 9, 1981 by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(28) Addition to Appendix N of Jefferson County Regulation 6.28, Standard of Performance for Existing Hot Air Aluminum Atomization Processes, submitted on May 18, 1981, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(29) Revision of Appendix N, Jefferson County Regulation 6.35, Standard of Performance for Existing Fabric, Vinyl and Paper Surface Coating Operations, submitted on November 17, 1981, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(30) Jefferson County Set II VOC regulations for new/existing affected facilities, submitted on October 20, 1981, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(31) Miscellaneous non-Part D revisions, submitted on June 29, 1979, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(32) Revision to the State Implementation Plan for a bubble action at Borden Chemical Co., Jefferson County, Kentucky, received by EPA from the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection on March 5, 1982.

(33) Addition of Kentucky Regulation 401 KAR 61:165, section 5, Particulate Standard for Existing Primary Aluminum Reduction Plants, submitted on March 4, 1982, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(34) [Reserved]

(35) Corrections in 1979 Part D revisions for sulfur dioxide nonattainment area (Boyd County), submitted on September 24, 1982, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(36) Variance for seven per-chloroethylene dry cleaners, submitted on August 4, 1982, by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection.

(37) Variances for two dry cleaners, submitted on January 27, 1983, by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection.

(38) Revised SO2 limit for large coal-fired boilers in Pulaski County, submitted on June 29, 1979, by the Kentucky Department for Natural Resources and Environmental Protection.

(39)-(40) [Reserved]

(41) Revisions to Appendix N, submitted July 19, 1982 and March 21, 1983, by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection.

(42) Regulation 401 KAR 61:070, Existing Ferroally Production Facilities, for the Marshall County Part D TSP area, submitted on June 29, 1979, by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection.

(43) 1982 revisions to the Part D plan for the Jefferson County ozone and carbon monoxide nonattainment area, submitted by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on February 9, June 15, September 12, November 21, and December 9, 1983.

(44) Variances for two dry cleaners, Jiffy The Cleaners and Hiland Cleaners, submitted on April 25, 1984, by the Kentucky Natural Resources Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(45) Corrections in the Part D TSP SIP and other revisions submitted on December 9, 1982, and May 1, 1984, by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions in regulations 401 KAR—

50:010, Definitions and Abbreviations;

50:055, General Compliance Requirements;

61:005, General Provisions;

61:015, Existing Indirect Heat Exchangers;

61:075, Steel Plants and Foundries Using Existing Electric Arc Furnaces;

61:080, Steel Plants Using Existing Basic Oxygen Process Furnaces;

61:140, Existing By-Product Coke Manufacturing Plants; and

61:170, Existing Blast Furnace Casthouses.

The changes in these regulations were effective September 22, 1982 (50:055), December 1, 1982 (50:010, 61:005, 61:015, 61:075, and 61:140), and April 1, 1984 (61:080 and 61:170). No action is taken on the definition of “volatile organic compounds”in 401 KAR 50:010.

(ii) Other material. None.

(46) Kentucky regulation 401 KAR 51:017, Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality, and Kentucky's State Implementation Plan Revision for the Protection of Visibility for the Commonwealth of Kentucky pursuant to 40 CFR part 51, subpart P, submitted on February 20, 1986, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Kentucky regulation 401 KAR 51:017, Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality, which became State-effective on February 4, 1986.

(ii) Other material. (A) Kentucky's State Implementation Revision for the Protection of Visibility for the Commonwealth of Kentucky, pursuant to 40 CFR part 51, subpart P, which became State-effective on February 4, 1986.

(47) Stack height regulations were submitted to EPA on July 15, 1986, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Regulation 401 KAR 50:042, which became effective on June 10, 1986.

(ii) Other material—none.

(48) Revisions to the I/M portions of the carbon monoxide and ozone Part D plans for Jefferson County, submitted by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on February 18, 1986.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) A revised Regulation 8, Vehicle Exhaust Testing Requirements of the rules of the Air Pollution Control District of Jefferson County which was adopted on September 18, 1985.

(ii) Other materials—none.

(49) A revision to the Kentucky SIP for Tennessee Valley Authority Paradise Steam Plant pursuant to the procedures specified in Kentucky regulation 401 KAR 61:015, section 3 was submitted on June 29, 1987, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet. The revised SO2 limits are contained in Permit Number 0-87-012, issued on June 29, 1987.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Permit Number 0-87-012, issued by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Protection Cabinet on June 29, 1987.

(ii) Other material.

(A) Letter of June 27, 1987 from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(50) A revision in Kentucky regulation 401 KAR 61:140, Existing by-product coke manufacturing plants, submitted on September 19, 1986, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) A revision to Division of Air Pollution regulation 401 Kentucky Administrative Regulations (KAR) 61:140, Existing by-product coke manufacturing plants, which became effective on September 4, 1986.

(B) Letter of September 19, 1986 from the Commonwealth of Kentucky to EPA.

(51) Revisions to the I/M portions of the carbon monoxide and ozone Part D plans for Jefferson County, submitted by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on March 20, 1987.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) A revised Regulation 8, Vehicle Exhaust Testing Requirements; of the rules of the Air Pollution Control District of Jefferson County which was adopted on December 17, 1986.

(B) March 2, 1987 letter to EPA from Jefferson County.

(ii) Additional materials. None.

(52) Kentucky Plan for the “Protection of Visibility in Class I Areas (PART II)” submitted to EPA on August 31, 1987, by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection (KDEP) to satisfy the Part 2 visibility requirements.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) June 8, 1988, letter from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet, October 9, 1987, clarification letter from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet, and page 8 of the Kentucky plan for the protection of visibility in Class I areas (PART II) containing the periodic review requirements satisfying 40 CFR 51.306(c), adopted on August 31, 1987.

(ii) Additional material. (A) Narrative entitled “The Kentucky Plan for the Protection of Visibility in Class I Areas (PART II).”

(53) Revisions to Kentucky regulation 401 KAR 50:015, Documents incorporated by reference, submitted by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on March 23, 1987.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions to Kentucky regulation 401 KAR 50:015, Documents incorporated by reference which became State-effective on February 10, 1987.

(B) Letter of March 23, 1987, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet transmitting the foregoing revisions.

(ii) Additional material. None.

(54) An opacity variance for boiler Units 1 and 2 of Tennessee Valley Authority's (TVA's) Paradise Steam Plant, submitted on August 6, 1986, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Permit No. 0-86-75, for the TVA Paradise Steam Plant, issued by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on July 24, 1986.

(B) Letter of August 6, 1986, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(ii) Other material—none.

(55) Revisions to Jefferson County, Kentucky Regulation 2.08, Permit Fees and Renewal, submitted on March 20, 1987, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions to Jefferson County, Kentucky Regulation 2.08, Permit Fees and Renewal, which became State-effective on December 17, 1986.

(B) Letter of March 20, 1987, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(ii) Other material—none.

(56) A revision to Kentucky Regulation 401 KAR 51:017, Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, submitted on February 9, 1988, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet. The revision to section 12(1)(e) replaces the reference to Regulation 401 KAR 51:052 with a reference to 40 CFR part 51, Appendix S, section IV. This revision became State-effective on December 11, 1987.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Kentucky Regulation 401 KAR 51:017, Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, section 12(1)(e), which became State-effective on December 11, 1987.

(ii) Other material.

(A) Letter of February 9, 1988, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(57) Jefferson County Air Pollution Control District Regulation 6.38 was submitted to EPA on March 20, 1987 by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Jefferson County Air Pollution Control District Regulation 6.38, “Standards of performance for existing air oxidation processes in the synthetic organic chemical manufacturing industry”, which became effective December 17, 1986.

(B) Letter of March 20, 1987, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(ii) Other materials—none.

(58) Jefferson County Air Pollution Control District Regulation 6.39 was submitted to EPA on March 20, 1987, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Jefferson County Air Pollution Control District Regulation 6.39, “Standard of performance for equipment leaks of volatile organic compounds in existing synthetic organic chemical and polymer manufacturing plants”, which became effective December 17, 1986.

(B) March 20, 1987, letter from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(ii) Other materials—none.

(59) Revision to Jefferson County Regulations 3.05, Methods of Measurement submitted on January 19, 1989, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions to the Jefferson County Regulations, 3.05. Methods of Measurement.

This revision became State-effective April 20, 1988.

(ii) Other material.

(A) Letter of January 19, 1989, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(60) Corrections in Part D TSP SIP and other revisions submitted on September 19, 1986, by the Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection. The removal of these last two conditions renders the Kentucky's Part D SIP for TSP fully approved.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions in Regulation 401 KAR—

50:015. Documents Incorporated by Reference.

Section 1. Code of Federal Regulations,

Section 3. American Society for Testing and Materials,

Section 8. Kentucky Division of Air Pollution,

Section 10. American Public Health Association, and

Section 11. Availability.

59:010. New process operations.

Section 1. Applicability,

Section 2. Definitions,

Section 3. Standard for Particulate Matter, and

Section 4. Test Methods and Procedures.

61:020. Existing process operations.

Section 1. Applicability

Section 2. Definitions;

Section 3. Standard for Particulate Matter, and

Section 4. Test Methods and Procedures.

These changes were effective September 4, 1986.

(B) Letter of September 19, 1986, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet to EPA.

(ii) Other material—none.

(61) Revisions in Regulations 5.01, 6.12, 6.19, 6.22, 6.29, 6.30, 6.31, 6.32, 6.33, 6.34, and 6.35 of the Jefferson County portion of Kentucky's SIP were submitted on January 19, 1989, by Kentucky's Natural Resources Division and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Amendments to the Jefferson County Regulations 5.01, 6.12, 6.19, 6.22, 6.29, 6.30, 6.31, 6.32, 6.33, 6.34, and 6.35 adopted on April 20, 1988.

(B) Letter of January 19, 1989, from Kentucky's Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(ii) Other materials-none.

(62) Revision to Kentucky Regulation 401 KAR 50:015, Documents incorporated by reference submitted on February 9, 1989, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet. Section 5(1)(a) was amended to incorporate by reference Supplement A to the Guideline on Air Quality Models (Revised), July 1987. Supplement A became effective February 5, 1988. Section 12(4) was amended to reflect the current phone number for the Florence Regional Office. The revisions to 50:015 became state effective October 26, 1988.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Kentucky Regulation 401 KAR 50:015, Documents incorporated by reference, Section 12(4) was amended on October 26, 1988.

(B) Supplement A to the Guideline on Air Quality Models EPA-450/2-78-027R that became effective February 5, 1988.

(ii) Other material. (A) Letter of February 9, 1989, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(63) Revisions to Kentucky Regulations 401 KAR 50:010, Definitions and abbreviations and 401 KAR 51:017, Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, submitted on December 29, 1986, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions in Kentucky Regulations are as follows. 401 KAR 50:010, Definitions and abbreviations section 1(49), and 401 KAR 51:017 Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, Section 8(3). These revisions were state effective December 2, 1986.

(ii) Other material. (A) Letter of February 9, 1988, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(64) Revisions to Jefferson County Regulation 4, Emergency Episode submitted on January 19, 1989 and July 12, 1989, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions to the following Jefferson County Regulation.

(1) Regulation 4, except Regulation 4.02, effective February 16, 1983.

(2) Regulation 4.02 Episode Criteria effective April 20, 1988.

(ii) Other material.

(A) Letters of January 19, 1989 and July 12, 1989, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(65) Addition of Jefferson County Regulation 2.05, Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, submitted on August 2, 1989, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Jefferson County Regulation 2.05, Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality. This regulation became effective April 19, 1989.

(ii) Other material.

(A) August 2, 1989, letter from the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(66) On July 7, 1988, revisions to Kentucky's State Implementation Plan for PM10 were submitted by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet. The submittal included a committal SIP. EPA is taking no action on 401 KAR 51:052, Review of new sources in or impacting upon non-attainment areas.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) The following revisions to 401 KAR were effective April 14, 1988:

(1) 50:010. Definitions and abbreviations: Section 1. Definitions and section 2. Abbreviations.

(2) 50:015. Documents incorporated by reference: Sections 1, 3, and 11.

(3) 50:035. Permits.

(4) 51:010. Attainment status designations: Section 1(1) and Appendices A and B.

(5) 51:017. Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality: Section 8(4) (e) and (f), section 8(9), section 12(1) (f) and (g), and Appendices A, B, C, and D.

(6) 53:005. General provisions: Section 3(2).

(7) 53:010. Ambient air quality standards: Appendix A.

(8) 55:005. Significant harm criteria.

(9) 55:010. Episode criteria: Headings and Appendix A.

(10) 59:010. New process operations: Section 3(1) (b) and (c).

(11) 61:020. Existing process operations: Section 3(1)(b).

(12) 61:170. Existing blast furnace casthouses: Necessity and function paragraph and section 2(3).

(ii) Other material.

(A) Letter of December 7, 1987, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(B) Letter of July 7, 1988, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(C) Letter of January 23, 1989, from the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(67) Operating permits for nine presses at the Alcan Foil Products facility located in Louisville were submitted to EPA on July 28, 1989 by the Commonwealth of Kentucky.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Alcan Foil Products operating permit numbers 103-74, 104-74, 105-74, 106-74, 110-74, and 111-74 which became State-effective on February 28, 1990.

(ii) Other material.

(A) Letter of July 28, 1989, from the Commonwealth of Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(68) Revisions to the Commonwealth of Kentucky State Implementation Plan (SIP) concerning Jefferson County Volatile Organic Compounds were submitted on February 12, 1992 by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions to the following Jefferson County Regulations were effective May 15, 1991.

(1) Regulation 1.02 Definitions: (45), (61), (62), and (91).

(2) Regulation 1.08 Administrative Procedures: Subsections 1.1.1, 1.1.3, 2.2.7, 2.3, and 2.5, Section 3.0 closing paragraph, and Subsections 4.6, 8.1 and 8.4.

(3) Regulation 6.12 Standard of Performance for Existing Asphalt Paving Operations: Sections 1.0 and 5.0.

(4) Regulation 6.13 Standard of Performance for Existing Storage Vessels for Volatile Organic Compounds.

(5) Regulation 6.16 Standard of Performance for Existing Large Appliance Surface Coating Operations.

(6) Regulation 6.18 Standards of Performance for Existing Solvent Metal Cleaning Equipment.

(7) Regulation 6.19 Standard of Performance for Existing Metal Furniture Surface Coating Operations.

(8) Regulation 6.23 Standard of Performance for Existing Dry Cleaning Facilities: Section 1.0 and Subsection 4.3.

(9) Regulation 6.29 Standard of Performance for Existing Graphic Arts Facilities Using Rotogravure and Flexography.

(10) Regulation 6.30 Standard of Performance for Existing Factory Surface Coating Operations of Flat Wood Paneling.

(11) Regulation 6.31 Standard of Performance for Existing Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products Surface Coating Operations.

(12) Regulation 6.32 Standard of Performance for Leaks from Existing Petroleum Refinery Equipment.

(13) Regulation 6.33 Standard of Performance for Existing Synthesized Pharmaceutical Product Manufacturing Operations.

(14) Regulation 6.34 Standard of Performance for Existing Pneumatic Rubber Tire Manufacturing Plants.

(15) Regulation 6.35 Standard of Performance for Existing Fabric, Vinyl and Paper Surface Coating Operations.

(16) Regulation 7.11 Standard of Performance for New Asphalt Paving Operations: Sections 1.0, 6.0, and 7.0.

(17) Regulation 7.12 Standard of Performance for New Storage Vessels for Volatile Organic Compounds: Section 1.0, Subsections 2.10, 5.3.2, 5.3.3, and 5.4, and Section 8.0.

(18) Regulation 7.16 Standard of Performance for New Large Appliance Surface Coating Operations: Section 1.0, Subsections 2.3, 4.2, 4.4, 5.3 and 5.4, and Sections 6.0 and 7.0.

(19) Regulation 7.18 Standards of Performance for New Solvent Metal Cleaning Equipment: Section 1.0 and Subsection 2.4.

(20) Regulation 7.19 Standard of Performance for New Metal Furniture Surface Coating Operations: Section 1.0, Subsections 2.3, 4.3, 4.5.1, 5.2, and Sections 6.0 and 7.0.

(21) Regulation 7.23 Standard of Performance for New Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Facilities: Section 1.0 and Subsection 4.5.

(22) Regulation 7.52 Standard of Performance for New Fabric, Vinyl, and Paper Surface Coating Operations: Section 1.0, Subsections 2.3, 2.12, 4.1, 4.3, 4.5.1, and 5.3, and Section 6.0.

(23) Regulation 7.56 Standard of Performance for Leaks from New Petroleum Refinery Equipment: Subsection 2.4 and 2.6, and Section 7.0.

(24) Regulation 7.57 Standard of Performance for New Graphic Arts Facilities Using Rotogravure and Flexography: Section 1.0, Subsections 2.8, 4.2, 4.4.1, and 5.2, and Sections 6.0, 7.0, and 8.0.

(25) Regulation 7.58 Standard of Performance for New Factory Surface Coating Operations of Flat Wood Paneling: Section 1.0, Subsection 2.5, 4.4.1, and 5.4, and Section 6.0.

(26) Regulation 7.59 Standard of Performance for New Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products Surface Coating Operations: Section 1.0, Subsections 2.2, 2.4, 2.5, 2.8.7, 4.3, 4.5.1, 5.1.1, 5.1.2, 5.1.4, 5.2, and 5.4, and Sections 6.0 and 7.0.

(27) Regulation 7.60 Standard of Performance for New Synthesized Pharmaceutical Product Manufacturing Operations: Section 1.0 and Section 2.0.

(28) Regulation 7.61 Standard of Performance for New Pneumatic Rubber Tire Manufacturing Plants: Section 1.0, Subsections 2.2, 2.3, 2.4, 2.5, 2.6, and 2.7, and Section 3.0.

(ii) Other material.

(A) Letter dated February 12, 1992, from the Commonwealth of Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(69) Revisions to the Commonwealth of Kentucky State Implementation Plan (SIP) concerning the Commonwealth and Jefferson County, Kentucky for Volatile Organic Compounds were submitted on October 20, 1992, February 17, 1993, and March 4, 1993, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions to the following Jefferson County Regulations were effective November 18, 1992.

(1) Regulation 1.05. Compliance with Emission Standards and Maintenance Requirements.

(2) Regulation 1.06. Source Self-Monitoring and Reporting.

(3) Regulation 6.17. Standard of Performance for Existing Automobile and Truck Surface Coating Operations.

(4) Regulation 6.36. Standard of Performance for Existing Metal Parts and Products Surface Coating Operations at Heavy Duty Truck Manufacturing Plants.

(B) Revisions to the following Commonwealth of Kentucky Regulations were effective June 24, 1992.

(1) Regulation 401 KAR 50:010. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in Title 401, Chapters 50, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 63, and 65.

(2) Regulation 401 KAR 50:012. General application.

(3) Regulation 401 KAR 50:047. Test procedures for capture efficiency.

(4) Regulation 401 KAR 51:001. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in Title 401, Chapter 51.

(5) Regulation 401 KAR 59:001. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in Title 401, Chapter 59.

(6) Regulation 401 KAR 59:185. New solvent metal cleaning equipment.

(7) Regulation 401 KAR 59:190. New insulation of magnet wire operations.

(8) Regulation 401 KAR 59:210. New fabric, vinyl and paper surface coating operations.

(9) Regulation 401 KAR 59:212. New graphic arts facilities using rotogravure and flexography.

(10) Regulation 401 KAR 59:214. New factory surface coating operations of flat wood paneling.

(11) Regulation 401 KAR 59:225. New miscellaneous metal parts and products surface coating operations.

(12) Regulation 401 KAR 59:230. New synthesized pharmaceutical product manufacturing operations.

(13) Regulation 401 KAR 59:240. New perchloroethylene dry cleaning systems.

(14) Regulation 401 KAR 61:001. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in Title 401, Chapter 61.

(15) Regulation 401 KAR 61:050. Existing storage vessels for petroleum liquids.

(16) Regulation 401 KAR 61:090. Existing automobile and light-duty truck surface coating operations.

(17) Regulation 401 KAR 61:095. Existing solvent metal cleaning equipment.

(18) Regulation 401 KAR 61:100. Existing insulation of magnet wire operations.

(19) Regulation 401 KAR 61:105. Existing metal furniture surface coating operations.

(20) Regulation 401 KAR 61:110. Existing large appliance surface coating operations.

(21) Regulation 401 KAR 61:120. Existing fabric, vinyl and paper surface coating operations.

(22) Regulation 401 KAR 61:124. Existing factory surface coating operations of flat wood paneling.

(23) Regulation 401 KAR 61:125. Existing can surface coating operations.

(24) Regulation 401 KAR 61:130. Existing coil surface coating operations.

(25) Regulation 401 KAR 61:132. Existing miscellaneous metal parts and products surface coating operations.

(26) Regulation 401 KAR 61:137. Leaks from existing petroleum refinery equipment.

(27) Regulation 401 KAR 61:150. Existing synthesized pharmaceutical product manufacturing operations.

(28) Regulation 401 KAR 61:155. Existing pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing plants.

(29) Regulation 401 KAR 61:160. Existing perchloroethylene dry cleaning systems.

(30) Regulation 401 KAR 61:175. Leaks from existing synthetic organic chemical and polymer manufacturing equipment.

(31) Regulation 401 KAR 63:001. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in Title 401, Chapter 63.

(32) Regulation 401 KAR 63:025. Asphalt paving operations.

(C) Kentucky Regulation 401 KAR 59:315, Specific New Sources, effective June 24, 1992.

(D) Revisions to following Kentucky Regulations were effective February 8, 1993.

(1) Regulation 401 KAR 51:010. Attainment Status Designations.

(2) Regulation 401 KAR 59:175. New service stations.

(3) Regulation 401 KAR 61:085. Existing service stations.

(4) Regulation 401 KAR 63:031. Leaks from Gasoline Tanks.

(ii) Other material. None.

(70) The maintenance plan for the Owensboro and Edmonson County Areas which include Daviess, a portion of Hancock, and Edmonson Counties submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on November 13, 1992, November 24, 1992, March 10, 1993, July 16, 1993, March 3, 1994, and August 29, 1994, as part of the Kentucky SIP. The 1990 Baseline Emission Inventory for the Owensboro and Edmonson County areas which include Daviess, a portion of Hancock, and Edmonson Counties.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Commonwealth of Kentucky Attainment Demonstration and Ten Year Maintenance Plan for All Areas Designated Marginal Nonattainment for Ozone. The effective date is December 28, 1992.

(B) Attachment A—Demonstration of Permanent and Enforceable Reductions and Calculations of Interim Year Emission Projections. The effective date is August 26, 1994.

(C) Attachment B—VOC Emissions Summary for Kentucky's Marginal Ozone Nonattainment Areas. The effective date is August 26, 1994.

(D) Attachment C—CO Emissions Summary for Kentucky's Marginal Ozone Nonattainment Areas. The effective date is August 26, 1994.

(E) Attachment D—NOX Emissions Summary for Kentucky's Marginal Ozone Nonattainment Areas. The effective date is August 26, 1994.

(F) Table 6-12 Biogenic Emissions Hancock County, Kentucky. The effective date is December 28, 1992.

(G) Table 6-11 Biogenic Emissions Daviess County, Kentucky. The effective date is December 28, 1992.

(H) Table 6-1. Biogenic Emissions Edmonson County, Kentucky. The effective date is December 28, 1992.

(ii) Other material.

(A) February 28, 1994, letter from John E. Hornback, Director, Division for Air Quality to Mr. Doug Neeley, Chief, Air Programs Branch.

(B) October 4, 1994, letter from Phillip J. Shepherd, Secretary, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet to John H. Hankinson, Regional Administrator, USEPA Region IV.

(71) The Commonwealth of Kentucky, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet submitted revisions to the Kentucky State Implementation Plan on January 15, 1993 These revisions address the requirements of section 507 of title V of the CAA and establish the Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Assistance Program (PROGRAM).

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revision to the Kentucky State Implementation Plan to incorporate document titled “Kentucky Small Business Stationary Source Technical Environmental Assistance Program” which was approved by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet effective on July 15, 1993.

(ii) Additional material. None.

(72) Modifications to the existing basic I/M program in Jefferson County to implement an anti-tampering check, pressure testing of the evaporative control system, and testing of commuter vehicles submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky on November 12, 1993.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Regulation 8.01 and 8.02, adopted on February 17, 1993, and Regulation 8.03 adopted on February 17, 1993.

(ii) Other material. None.

(73) The maintenance plan for the Paducah area which include Livingston and Marshall Counties submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on November 13, 1992, November 24, 1992, March 10, 1993, July 16, 1993, March 3, 1994, and August 29, 1994, as part of the Kentucky SIP. The 1990 Baseline Emission Inventory for the Paducah area which include Livingston and Marshall Counties.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Commonwealth of Kentucky Attainment Demonstration and Ten Year Maintenance Plan for all areas designated Marginal Nonattainment for Ozone. The effective date is January 15, 1993.

(B) Table 6-13 Biogenic Emissions, Livingston County, Kentucky. The effective date is January 15, 1993.

(C) Table 6-14 Biogenic Emissions, Marshall County, Kentucky. The effective date is January 15, 1993.

(ii) Other material.

(A) January 15, 1993, letter from Phillip J. Shepherd, Secretary, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet to Patrick Tobin, Acting Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA Region IV.

(B) February 28, 1994, letter from John E. Hornback, Director, Division for Air Quality to Mr. Doug Neeley, Chief, Air Programs Branch.

(C) October 4, 1994, letter from Phillip J. Shepherd, Secretary, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet to John H. Hankinson, Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA Region IV.

(74)-(75) [Reserved]

(76) The maintenance plan and for the Lexington area which include Fayette and Scott Counties submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on November 13, 1992, November 24, 1992, March 10, 1993, July 16, 1993, March 3, 1994, and August 29, 1994, September 28, 1994 and June 14, 1995, as part of the Kentucky SIP. The 1990 Baseline Emission Inventory for the Lexington area which include Fayette and Scott Counties.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Commonwealth of Kentucky Attainment Demonstration and Ten Year Maintenance Plan for all areas designated Marginal Nonattainment for Ozone. The effective date is January 15, 1993.

(B) Table 6-6 Biogenic Emissions Fayette County, Kentucky. The effective date is January 15, 1993.

(C) Table 6-7 Biogenic Emissions, Scott, Kentucky. The effective date is January 15, 1993.

(ii) Other material.

(A) February 28, 1994, letter from John E. Hornback, Director, Division for Air Quality to Mr. Doug Neeley, Chief, Air Programs Branch.

(B) October 4, 1994, letter from Phillip J. Shepherd, Secretary, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet to John H. Hankinson, Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA Region 4.

(C) January 15, 1993, letter from Phillip J. Shepherd, Secretary, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet to Patrick M. Tobin, Acting Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA Region 4.

(77) Revisions to the Commonwealth of Kentucky State Implementation Plan (SIP) concerning emission statements were submitted on December 29, 1994, by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Regulation 401 KAR 50:035 Permits. Section 1, Section 2(1) and Section 10. Regulation became effective September 28, 1994.

(ii) None.

(78) Operating Permit requiring VOC RACT for Calgon Corporation in the Kentucky portion of the Ashland/Huntington ozone nonattainment area, submitted November 11, 1994.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet; Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection; Division for Air Quality; Permit 0-94-020; Calgon Carbon Corporation, effective on November 17, 1994.

(ii) Other material. Letter of November 23, 1994, from the Commonwealth of Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet.

(79) Revisions to the Commonwealth of Kentucky State Implementation Plan (SIP) regarding the definition of volatile organic compound (VOC) submitted on January 27, 1995.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) 401 KAR 50:010. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in 401 KAR Chapters 50, 51, 53, 55, 57, 59, 61, 63, and 65, effective April 6, 1995.

(B) 401 KAR 51:001. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in 401 KAR Chapter 51, effective April 6, 1995.

(C) 401 KAR 59:001. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in 401 KAR Chapter 59, effective April 6, 1995.

(D) 401 KAR 61:001. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in 401 KAR Chapter 61, effective April 6, 1995.

(E) 401 KAR 63:001. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in 401 KAR Chapter 63, effective April 6, 1995.

(F) 401 KAR 65:001. Definitions and abbreviations of terms used in 401 KAR Chapter 65, effective April 6, 1995.

(ii) Other material.

(A) May 4, 1995, letter from Phillip J. Shepherd, Secretary, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet to John H. Hankinson, Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA, Region IV.

(80) The maintenance plan for the Ashland-Huntington area which includes Boyd and a portion of Greenup Counties was submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on November 13 and May 24, 1995, as part of the Kentucky SIP. The 1990 Baseline Emission Inventory for the Ashland-Huntington area which includes Boyd and a portion of Greenup Counties which was submitted on November 13, 1992.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet Request to Redesignate the Huntington/Ashland Moderate Ozone Nonattainment Area, Maintenance Plan, effective May 24, 1995.

(B) Appendix F Kentucky Projected Emissions Summary: VOC, CO, and NOX, effective May 24, 1995.

(C) Table 6-1 Summary of Biogenic Emissions Huntington-Ashland MSA, effective May 24, 1995.

(ii) Other material.

(A) May 24, 1995, letter from Phillip J. Shepherd, Secretary, Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet to John H. Hankinson, Regional Administrator, USEPA Region 4.

(81) Revisions to air permit rules submitted by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on December 29, 1994.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Revised Rule 401 KAR 50:035, “Permits”, Sections 1 through 7, effective September 28, 1994.

(ii) Other material. None.

(82) Revision to the Kentucky State Implementation Plan; Regulation 6.40 of the Air Pollution Control District of Jefferson County which was submitted to EPA on March 4, 1993.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

Regulation 6.40 Standards of Performance for Gasoline Transfer to Motor Vehicles (Stage II Vapor Recovery and Control) which were adopted on December 16, 1992.

(ii) Other material. None.

(83) Revisions to the Kentucky State Implementation Plan submitted by the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on June 15, 1983.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 401 KAR 50:025 Classification of Counties, and 401 KAR 61:015 Existing Indirect Heat Exchangers, effective June 1, 1983.

(ii) Additional material.None.

(84) Revisions to the Kentucky State Implementation Plan submitted by the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on December 29, 1994. The regulations being revised are 401 KAR 59:101 New Bulk Gasoline Plants and 401 KAR 61:056 Existing Bulk Gasoline Plants.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Division for Air Quality regulations 401 KAR 59:101 New bulk gasoline plants, and 401 KAR 61:056 Existing bulk gasoline plants, effective September 28, 1994.

(ii) Additional material.None.

(85) The Commonwealth of Kentucky submitted revisions to the Kentucky SIP on June 19, 1996. These revisions involve changes to 401 KAR Chapters 50, 51, 59, 61, 63, and 65.

(i) Incorporation by reference. 401 KAR Chapters 50:010(62), 51.001(62), 59:001(63), 61:001(63), 63:001(62), and 65:001(31) of the Kentucky regulations effective on June 6, 1996.

(ii) Other material. None.

(86) Revision to the Kentucky State Implementation Plan submitted by the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on May 20, 1997. The revision is for the Reynolds Metals Company.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Air Pollution Control District of Jefferson County Permit numbers 103-74, 104-74, 105-74, 106-74, 110-74, and 111-74, effective April 16, 1997.

(ii) Other material. None.

(87) Revisions to the Kentucky State Implementation Plan submitted by the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on March 21, 1997. The regulation being revised is 401 KAR 51:017 Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Division of Air Quality regulations 401 KAR 51:017 Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality effective March 12, 1997.

(ii) Other material. None.

(88) Modifications to the existing basic I/M program in Jefferson County to implement loaded mode testing of vehicles submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky on November 10, 1997.

(i) Incorporation by reference.

Regulation 8.01 and 8.02, adopted on October 15, 1997.

(ii) Other material. None.

(89) Revisions to the Kentucky State Implementation Plan submitted by the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on December 19, 1997. The regulations being revised are 401 KAR 50:012 General application and 401 KAR 51:010 Attainment status designations.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Division of Air Quality regulations 401 KAR 50:012 General application and 401 KAR 51:010 Attainment status designations are effective November 12, 1997.

(ii) Other material. None.

(90) [Reserved]

(91) The maintenance plan for Edmonson County and Owensboro ozone area submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky through the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on April 16, 1998, as part of the Kentucky SIP.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Mobile Emissions Budgets for Owensboro Area and Edmonson County Marginal Ozone Maintenance Areas: Introduction page and Tables 1 through 8 effective April 14, 1998.

(ii) Other material. None.

(92) Revisions to the Kentucky State Implementation Plan submitted by the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on February 3, 1998. The regulations being revised are 401 KAR 59:174 Stage II control at gasoline dispensing facilities, 401 KAR 63:005 Open burning, and 401 KAR 65:010 Vehicle emission control programs rules. Adoption of the Kentucky 15 Percent Plan, the I/M program and the 1990 baseline emissions inventory.

(i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Division of Air Quality regulations 401 KAR 59:174 Stage II control at gasoline dispensing facilities, 401 KAR 63:005 Open burning, and 401 KAR 65:010 Vehicle emission control programs rules are effective January 12, 1998.

(B) Tables showing the Cincinnati 1990 Baseline Emissions Inventory, 1990 Adjusted Baseline Inventory, and 1990 Rate of Progress Inventory, Summary of Biogenic Emissions and Anticipated Emissions after Plan Implementation which are effective September 11, 1998.

(ii) Other material. None.

(93) Modifications to the existing basic I/M program in Jefferson County to implement a check of a vehicle's On-Board Diagnostic system, for vehicles of model 1996 and newer that are so equipped, submitted by the Commonwealth of Kentucky on August 27, 1998.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Regulation 8.02, adopted on July 15, 1998.

(ii) Other material. None.

(94) [Reserved]

(95) Revisions to the Jefferson County portion of the Kentucky State Implementation Plan submitted by the Kentucky Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Cabinet on November 10, 1998. The regulation being added is Regulation 2.17, Federally Enforceable District Origin Operating Permits.

(i) Incorporation by reference. Air Pollution Control District of Jefferson County Regulation 2.17, Federally Enforceable District Origin Operating Permits effective June 21, 1995.

(ii) Other material. None.

[37 FR 10868, Mar. 31, 1972. Redesignated at 64 FR 28750, May 27, 1999]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.939, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

§52.940   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 Kentucky 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 Kentucky'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 Kentucky'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 Kentucky 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 Kentucky'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 Kentucky'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 48365, Aug. 8, 2011]

§52.941   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 Kentucky 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 Kentucky'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 Kentucky'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 48366, Aug. 8, 2011]



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