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Title 40Chapter ISubchapter CPart 52 → Subpart VV


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


Subpart VV—Virginia


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

§52.2420   Identification of plan.

Link to an amendment published at 85 FR 29327, May 15, 2020.

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

(b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to July 1, 2016, were 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. Entries in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with the EPA approval dates after July 1, 2016 for the Commonwealth of Virginia, have been approved by EPA for inclusion in the State implementation plan and for incorporation by reference into the plan as it is contained in this section, and will be considered by the Director of the Federal Register for approval in the next update to the SIP compilation.

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

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference into the state implementation plan may be inspected at the Environmental Protection Agency, Region III, 1650 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103. To obtain the material, please call the Regional Office at (215) 814-3376. You may also inspect the material with an EPA approval date prior to July 1, 2016 for the Commonwealth of Virginia at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). For information on the availability of this material at NARA, go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/cfr/ibr-locations.html.

(c) EPA-Approved regulations.

EPA-Approved Virginia Regulations and Statutes

State citationTitle/subjectState
effective date
EPA approval dateExplanation
[former SIP citation]
9 VAC 5, Chapter 10   General Definitions [Part I]
5-10-10General8/1/023/15/04, 69 FR 12074Revised paragraphs A, B, C.
5-10-20Terms Defined5/4/058/18/06, 71 FR 47742Revised definition of “volatile organic compound”.
5-10-20Terms Defined4/2/092/25/10, 75 FR 8493Revised definitions of Ambient air quality standard, Criteria pollutant, Dispersion technique, Emission limitation, Emission standard, Excessive concentration, Feral Clean Air Act, Federally enforceable, Good engineering practice, Initial emission test, Initial performance test, Public hearing, Reference method, Regulations for the Control and Abatement of Air Pollution, Reid vapor pressure, Run, Standard of performance, State enforceable, These regulations, True vapor pressure, Vapor pressure, and Volatile organic compound.
5-10-20Terms Defined2/18/102/14/11, 76 FR 8298Revised definition of “Volatile organic compound.”
5-10-20Terms Defined12/5/13,
3/27/14
8/7/14, 79 FR 46186Revised definition of VOC.
5-10-20Terms Defined8/28/131/21/15, 80 FR 2834Terms Added—Certified Mail, Mail.
5-10-20Terms Defined3/12/157/16/15, 80 FR 42046Definition of VOC is revised by adding two chemicals (trans 1-chloro-3,3,3-trifluoroprop-1-ene and 2,3,3,3-tetrafluoropropene) to the list of substances not considered to be VOCs.
5-10-20Terms Defined7/30/1511/27/15, 80 FR 73997Definition of VOC is revised by adding 2-amino-2-methyl-1-propanol to the list of substances not considered to be VOCs.
5-10-20Terms Defined12/15/163/13/18, 83 FR 10791Definition of “volatile organic compound” is revised by removing the recordkeeping, emissions reporting, photochemical dispersion modeling, and inventory requirements related to the use of t-butyl acetate (also known as tertiary butyl acetate or TBAC) as a VOC.
5-10-20Terms Defined5/19/173/13/18, 83 FR 10791Definition of “volatile organic compound” is revised by adding 1,1,2,2,-Tetrafluoro-1-(2,2,2-trifluoroethoxy) ethane (also known as HFE-347pcf2) to the list of compounds excluded from the regulatory definition of VOC.
5-10-30Abbreviations8/17/112/25/14 [79 FR 10377]Revised.
9 VAC 5, Chapter 20   General Provisions
Part I   Administrative
5-20-10A.-CApplicability4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-02-01.
5-20-70Circumvention4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-02-07.
5-20-80Relationship of state regulations to Federal regulations4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-02-08.
5-20-121Air Quality Program Policies and Procedures7/1/974/21/00, 65 FR 21315Appendix S.
Part II   Air Quality Programs
5-20-160Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-02-31.
5-20-170Control Programs4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-02-32.
5-20-180Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-02-34.
5-20-200Air Quality Control Regions (AQCR)7/1/974/21/00, 65 FR 21315Appendix B.
5-20-202Metropolitan Statistical Areas7/1/974/21/00, 65 FR 21315Appendix G.
5-20-203Air Quality Maintenance
Areas
3/11/158/14/15, 80 FR 48732List of maintenance areas revised to include Northern Virginia localities for fine particulate matter (PM2.5).
5-20-204Nonattainment Areas3/11/158/14/15, 80 FR 48730List of nonattainment areas revised to exclude Northern Virginia localities for fine particulate matter (PM2.5).
5-20-205Prevention of Significant Deterioration
Areas
1/1/98, 4/1/98, 1/1/99, 8/25/048/18/06, 71 FR 47744
5-20-206Volatile Organic Compound and Nitrogen Oxides Emissions Control Areas10/4/063/2/07, 72 FR 9441Addition of new Fredericksburg Area and expansion of Richmond and Hampton Roads Emission Control Areas.
5-20-220Shutdown of a stationary source4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-20-230Certification of Documents4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
VR120, Part II   General Provisions
VR120-02-02Establishment of Regulations and Orders2/1/852/25/93, 58 FR 11373EPA has informed VA that except for the Appeals rule, these provisions no longer need to be part of the SIP. VA has withdrawn 2/93 and 2/98 revisions to the Appeals rule from SIP review. Last substantive SIP change became State-effective on 8/6/79 [§52.2465(c)(55)].
VR120-02-04Hearings and Proceedings2/1/852/25/93, 58 FR 11373
VR120-02-05AVariances—General2/1/852/25/93, 58 FR 11373
VR 2.05(b)Variances—Fuel Emergency8/14/7510/8/80, 45 FR 66792
VR120-02-09Appeals2/1/852/25/93, 58 FR 11373
VR120-02-12Procedural information and guidance2/1/852/25/93, 58 FR 11373
Appendix EPublic Participation Guidelines2/1/852/25/93, 58 FR 11373
Appendix FDelegation of Authority2/1/852/25/93, 58 FR 11373
9 VAC 5, Chapter 30   Ambient Air Quality Standards [Part III]
5-30-10General9/8/043/3/06, 71 FR 10842
5-30-15Reference Conditions5/22/1310/25/13, 78 FR 63878Revised to include Section 5-30-67.
5-30-30Sulfur Oxides (Sulfur Dioxide)5/25/112/3/12, 77 FR 5400Addition of paragraphs A.2 through A.4; revisions to paragraphs A.1, C. and D.
5-30-40Carbon Monoxide9/8/043/3/06, 71 FR 10842
5-30-50Ozone (1-hour)9/8/043/3/06, 71 FR 10842
5-30-55Ozone (8-hour, 0.08 ppm)11/21/126/11/13, 78 FR 34915The 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS for purposes of transportation conformity is revoked.
5-30-56Ozone (8-hour, 0.075 ppm)6/24/091/18/11, 76 FR 2829Added section.
5-30-57Ozone (8-hour, 0.070 ppm)6/1/20163/12/2018, 83 FR 10628
5-30-60Particulate Matter (PM10)8/1/0712/28/10, 75 FR 81477Removed PM10 annual standard.
5-30-65Particulate Matter (PM2.5)8/1/0712/28/10, 75 FR 81477Removed PM10 standard.
5-30-66Particulate Matter (PM2.5)8/1/0712/28/10, 75 FR 81477Added section.
5-30-67Particulate Matter (PM2.5)5/22/1310/25/13, 78 FR 63878Added Section.
5-30-70Oxides of nitrogen with nitrogen oxide as the indicator8/18/106/22/11, 76 FR 36326Sections A., D., and E. are modified. Sections B., C., F., and G. are added.
5-30-80Lead6/24/094/25/11, 76 FR 22814Revised section.
9 VAC 5, Chapter 40   Existing Stationary Sources [Part IV]
Part I   Special Provisions
5-40-10Applicability8/1/023/15/04, 69 FR 12074
5-40-20 (except paragraph A.4.)Compliance12/12/072/24/10, 75 FR 8249Revisions to paragraph A.3.
5-40-21Compliance Schedules7/1/974/21/00, 65 FR 21315Appendix N.
5-40-22Interpretation of Emissions Standards Based on Process Weight-Rate Tables7/1/974/21/00, 65 FR 21315Appendix Q.
5-40-30Emission Testing8/1/023/15/04, 69 FR 12074
5-40-40Monitoring8/1/023/15/04, 69 FR 12074
5-40-41Emission Monitoring Procedures for Existing Sources7/1/974/21/00, 65 FR 21315Appendix J.
5-40-50Notification, Records and Reporting8/1/023/15/04, 69 FR 12074
Part II   Emission Standards
Article 1   Visible Emissions and Fugitive Dust/Emissions (Rule 4-1)
5-40-60Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0101.
5-40-70Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0102.
5-40-80Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0103.
5-40-90Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions2/1/034/29/05, 70 FR 22263
5-40-100Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0105.
5-40-110Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0106.
5-40-120Waivers2/1/034/29/05, 70 FR 22263
Article 4   General Process Operations (Rule 4-4)
5-40-240Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility1/2/022/28/08, 73 FR 10670
5-40-250Definitions12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Removal of “Reasonably available control technology” from 5-40-250C.
5-40-260Standard for Particulate Matter(AQCR 1-6)4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0403.
5-40-270Standard for Particulate Matter (AQCR 7)4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0404.
5-40-280Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0405.
5-40-320Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0409.
5-40-330Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0410.
5-40-360Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0413.
5-40-370Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0414.
5-40-380Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0415.
5-40-390Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0416.
5-40-400Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0417.
5-40-410Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0418.
5-40-420Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0419.
Article 5   Emission Standards for Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products Manufacturing Operations (Rule 4-5)
5-40-430Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0501.
5-40-440Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0502.
4-40-450Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0503.
5-40-460Control Technology Guidelines2/1/023/3/06, 71 FR 10838
5-40-470Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0505.
5-40-480Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0506.
5-40-510Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0509.
5-40-520Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0510.
5-40-530Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0511.
5-40-540Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0512.
5-40-550Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0513.
5-40-560Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0514.
5-40-570Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0515.
Article 6   Emission Standards for Rubber Tire Manufacturing Operations (Rule 4-6)
5-40-580Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0601.
5-40-590Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0602.
5-40-600Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0603.
5-40-610Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0604.
5-40-620Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0605.
5-40-630Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0606.
5-40-660Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0609.
5-40-670Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0610.
5-40-680Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0611.
5-40-690Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0612.
5-40-700Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0613.
5-40-710Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0614.
5-40-720Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0615.
Article 7   Emission Standards for Incinerators (Rule 4-7)
5-40-730Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0701.
5-40-740Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0702.
5-40-750Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0703.
5-40-760Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0704.
5-40-770Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0705.
5-40-800Prohibition of Flue-Fed Incinerators4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0708.
5-40-810Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0709.
5-40-820Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0710.
5-40-830Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0711.
5-40-840Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0712.
5-40-850Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0713.
5-40-860Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0714.
5-40-870Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0715.
Article 8   Emission Standards for Fuel Burning Equipment (Rule 4-8)
5-40-880Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/1/995/31/01, 66 FR 29495
5-40-890Definitions4/1/995/31/01, 66 FR 29495
5-40-900Standard for Particulate Matter4/1/995/31/01, 66 FR 29495
5-40-910Emission Allocation System4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0804.
5-40-920Determination of Collection Equipment Efficiency Factor4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0805.
5-40-930Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0806.
5-40-940Standard for Visible Emissions4/1/995/31/01, 66 FR 29495
5-40-950Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0808.
5-40-980Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0811.
5-40-990Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0812.
5-40-1000Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0813.
5-40-1010Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0814.
5-40-1020Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0815.
5-40-1030Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0816.
5-40-1040Permits4/1/995/31/01, 66 FR 29495
Article 9   Emission Standards for Coke Ovens (Rule 4-9)
5-40-1050Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0901.
5-40-1060Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0902.
5-40-1070Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0903.
5-40-1080Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0904.
5-40-1090Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0905.
5-40-1100Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0906.
5-40-1130Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0909.
5-40-1140Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0910.
5-40-1150Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0911.
5-40-1160Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0912.
5-40-1170Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0913.
5-40-1180Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0914.
5-40-1190Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-0915.
Article 10   Emission Standards for Asphalt Concrete Plants (Rule 4-10)
5-40-1200Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1001.
5-40-1210Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1002.
5-40-1220Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1003.
5-40-1230Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1004.
5-40-1240Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1005.
5-40-1270Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1008.
5-40-1280Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1009.
5-40-1290Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1010.
5-40-1300Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1011.
5-40-1310Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1012.
5-40-1320Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1013.
5-40-1330Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1014.
Article 11   Emission Standards for Petroleum Refinery Operations (Rule 4-11)
5-40-1340Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1101.
5-40-1350Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1102.
5-40-1360Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1103.
5-40-1370Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1104.
5-40-1390Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1106.
5-40-1400Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1107.
5-40-1410Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1108.
5-40-1420Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1109.
5-40-1450Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1112.
5-40-1460Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1113.
5-40-1470Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1114.
5-40-1480Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1115.
5-40-1490Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1116.
5-40-1500Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1117.
5-40-1510Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1118.
Article 12   Emission Standards for Chemical Fertilizer Manufacturing Operations (Rule 4-12)
5-40-1520Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1201.
5-40-1530Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1202.
5-40-1540Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1203.
5-40-1550Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1204.
5-40-1560Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1205.
5-40-1590Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1208.
5-40-1600Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1209.
5-40-1610Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1210.
5-40-1620Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1211.
5-40-1630Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1212.
5-40-1640Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1213.
5-40-1650Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1214.
Article 13   Emission Standards for Kraft Pulp and Paper Mills (Rule 4-13)
5-40-1660Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/1/9910/19/07, 72 FR 59207
5-40-1670Definitions of Cross recovery furnace, Kraft pulp mill, Lime kiln, Recovery furnace, Smelt dissolving tank4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1302 Remaining definitions are federally enforceable as part of the Section 111(d) plan for kraft pulp mills (see, §62.11610).
   Definitions4/1/9910/19/07, 72 FR 59207Added: Neutral sulfite semi chemical pulping operation, New design recovery furnace, Pulp and paper mill, Semi chemical pulping process; Straight kraft recovery furnace.
Revised: Cross recovery furnace.
5-40-1680Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1303.
5-40-1700Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1305.
5-40-1710Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1306.
5-40-1720Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1307.
5-40-1750Compliance4/1/9910/19/07, 72 FR 59207
5-40-1760Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1311.
5-40-1770AMonitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1312A. Note: Sections 5-40-1770B. and C. are Federally enforceable as part of the Section111(d) plan for kraft pulp mills (see, §62.11610).
5-40-1780ANotification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1313A. Note: Sections 5-40-1780B. through D. are Federally enforceable as part of the Section 111(d) plan for kraft pulp mills (see, §62.11610).
5-40-1790Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1314.
5-40-1800Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1315.
5-40-1810Permits4/1/9910/19/07, 72 FR 59207
Article 14   Emission Standards for Sand and Gravel Processing Operations and Stone Quarrying and Processing Operations         (Rule 4-14)
5-40-1820Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1401.
5-40-1830Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1402.
5-40-1840Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1403.
5-40-1850Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1404.
5-40-1860Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1405.
5-40-1890Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1408.
5-40-1900Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1409.
5-40-1910Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1410.
5-40-1920Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1411.
5-40-1930Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1412.
5-40-1940Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1413.
5-40-1950Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1414.
Article 15   Emission Standards for Coal Preparation Plants (Rule 4-15)
5-40-1960Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1501.
5-40-1970Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1502.
5-40-1980Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1503.
5-40-1990Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1504.
5-40-2000Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1505.
5-40-2030Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1508.
5-40-2040Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1509.
5-40-2050Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1510.
5-40-2060Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1511.
5-40-2070Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1512.
5-40-2080Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1513.
5-40-2090Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1514.
Article 16   Emission Standards for Portland Cement Plants (Rule 4-16)
5-40-2100Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1601.
5-40-2110Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1602.
5-40-2120Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1603.
5-40-2130Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1604.
5-40-2140Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1605.
5-40-2150Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1606.
5-40-2180Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1609.
5-40-2190Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1610.
5-40-2200Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1611.
5-40-2210Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1612.
5-40-2220Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1613.
5-40-2230Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1614.
5-40-2240Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1615.
Article 17   Emission Standards for Woodworking Operations (Rule 4-17)
5-40-2250Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1701.
5-40-2260Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1702.
5-40-2270Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1703.
5-40-2280Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1704.
5-40-2290Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1705.
5-40-2320Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1708.
5-40-2330Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1709.
5-40-2340Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1710.
5-40-2350Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1711.
5-40-2360Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1712.
5-40-2370Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1713.
5-40-2380Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1714.
Article 18   Emission Standards for Primary and Secondary Metal Operations (Rule 4-18)
5-40-2390Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1801.
5-40-2400Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1802.
5-40-2410Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1803.
5-40-2420Standard for Sulfur Oxides4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1804.
5-40-2430Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1805.
5-40-2440Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1806.
5-40-2470Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1809.
5-40-2480Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1810.
5-40-2490Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1811.
5-40-2500Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1812.
5-40-2510Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1813.
5-40-2520Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1814.
5-40-2530Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1815.
Article 19   Emission Standards for Lightweight Aggregate Process Operations (Rule 4-19)
5-40-2540Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1901.
5-40-2550Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1902.
5-40-2560Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1903.
5-40-2570Standard for Sulfur Oxides4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1904.
5-40-2580Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1905.
5-40-2590Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1906.
5-40-2620Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1909.
5-40-2630Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1910.
5-40-2640Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1911.
5-40-2650Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1912.
5-40-2660Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1913.
5-40-2670Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1914.
5-40-2680Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-1915.
Article 20   Emission Standards for Feed Manufacturing Operations (Rule 4-20)
5-40-2690Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2001.
5-40-2700Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2002.
5-40-2710Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2003.
5-40-2720Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2004.
5-40-2730Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2005.
5-40-2760Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2008.
5-40-2770Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2009.
5-40-2780Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2010.
5-40-2790Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2011.
5-40-2800Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2012.
5-40-2810Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2013.
5-40-2820Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2014.
Article 21   Emission Standards for Sulfuric Acid Production Plants (Rule 4-21)
5-40-2830Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2101.
5-40-2840Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2102.
5-40-2850Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2103.
5-40-2870Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2105.
5-40-2880Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2106.
5-40-2910Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2109.
5-40-2920Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2110.
5-40-2930Monitoring2/1/023/3/06, 71 FR 10838
5-40-2940Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2112.
5-40-2950Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2113.
5-40-2960Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2114.
5-40-2970Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2115.
Article 22   Emission Standards for Sulfur Recovery Operations (Rule 4-22)
5-40-2980Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2201.
5-40-2990Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2202.
5-40-3000Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2203.
5-40-3010Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2204.
5-40-3020Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2205.
5-40-3050Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2208.
5-40-3060Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2209.
5-40-3070Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2210.
5-40-3080Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2211.
5-40-3090Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 2131520-04-2212.
5-40-3100Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2213.
5-40-3110Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2214.
Article 23   Emission Standards for Nitric Acid Production Units (Rule 4-23)
5-40-3120Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2301.
5-40-3130Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2302.
5-40-3140Standard for Nitrogen Oxides4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2303.
5-40-3150Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2304.
5-40-3160Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2305.
5-40-3190Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2308.
5-40-3200Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2309.
5-40-3210Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2310.
5-40-3220Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2311.
5-40-3230Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2312.
5-40-3240Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2313.
5-40-3250Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2314.
Article 24   Emission Standards for Solvent Metal Cleaning Operations Using Non-Halogenated Solvents (Rule 4-24)
5-40-3260Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility3/24/045/17/05, 70 FR 28215
5-40-3270Definitions4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3280Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3290Control Technology Guidelines4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3300Standard for Visible Emissions4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3310Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3340Compliance4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3350Test Methods and Procedures4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3360Monitoring4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3370Notification, Records and Reporting4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3380Registration4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3390Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
5-40-3400Permits4/1/9711/3/99, 64 FR 59635
Article 25   Emission Standards for Volatile Organic Compound Storage and Transfer Operations (Rule 4-25)
5-40-3410Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2501.
5-40-3420Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2502.
5-40-3430Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2503.
5-40-3440Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2504.
5-40-3450Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2505.
5-40-3460Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2506.
5-40-3490Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2509.
5-40-3500Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2510.
5-40-3510Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2511.
5-40-3520Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2512.
5-40-3530Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2513.
5-40-3540Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2514.
5-40-3550Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2515.
Article 26   Emission Standards for Large Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-26)
5-40-3560Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2601.
5-40-3570Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2602.
5-40-3580Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2603.
5-40-3590Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2604.
5-40-3600Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2605.
5-40-3610Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2606.
5-40-3640Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2609.
5-40-3650Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2610.
5-40-3660Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2611.
5-40-3670Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2612.
5-40-3680Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2613.
5-40-3690Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2614.
5-40-3700Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2615.
Article 27   Emission Standards for Magnet Wire Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-27)
5-40-3710Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2701.
5-40-3720Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2702.
5-40-3730Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2703.
5-40-3740Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2704.
5-40-3750Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2705.
5-40-3760Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2706.
5-40-3790Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2709.
5-40-3800Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2710.
5-40-3810Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2711.
5-40-3820Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2712.
5-40-3830Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2713.
5-40-3840Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2714.
5-40-3850Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2715.
Article 28   Emission Standards for Automobile and Light Duty Truck Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-28)
5-40-3860Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2801.
5-40-3870Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2802.
5-40-3880Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2803.
5-40-3890Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2804.
5-40-3900Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2805.
5-40-3910Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2806.
5-40-3940Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2809.
5-40-3950Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2810.
5-40-3960Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2811.
5-40-3970Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2812.
5-40-3980Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2813.
5-40-3990Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2814.
5-40-4000Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2815.
Article 29   Emission Standards for Can Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-29)
5-40-4010Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2901.
5-40-4020Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2902.
5-40-4030Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2903.
5-40-4040Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2904.
5-40-4050Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2905.
5-40-4060Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2906.
5-40-4090Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2909.
5-40-4100Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2910.
5-40-4110Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2911.
5-40-4120Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2912.
5-40-4130Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2913.
5-40-4140Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2914.
5-40-4150Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-2915.
Article 30   Emission Standards for Metal Coil Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-30)
5-40-4160Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3001.
5-40-4170Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3002.
5-40-4180Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3003.
5-40-4190Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3004.
5-40-4200Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3005.
5-40-4210Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3006.
5-40-4240Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3009.
5-40-4250Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3010.
5-40-4260Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3011.
5-40-4270Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3012.
5-40-4280Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3013.
5-40-4290Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3014.
5-40-4300Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3015.
Article 31   Emission Standards for Paper and Fabric Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-31)
5-40-4310Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3101.
5-40-4320Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3102.
5-40-4330Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3103.
5-40-4340Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3104.
5-40-4350Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3105.
5-40-4360Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3106.
5-40-4390Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3109.
5-40-4400Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3110.
5-40-4410Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3111.
5-40-4420Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3112.
5-40-4430Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3113.
5-40-4440Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3114.
5-40-4450Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3115.
Article 32   Emission Standards for Vinyl Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-32)
5-40-4460Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3201.
5-40-4470Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3202.
5-40-4480Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3203.
5-40-4490Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3204.
5-40-4500Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3205.
5-40-4510Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3206.
5-40-4540Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3209.
5-40-4550Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3210.
5-40-4560Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3211.
5-40-4570Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3212.
5-40-4580Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3213.
5-40-4590Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3214.
5-40-4600Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3215.
Article 33   Emission Standards for Metal Furniture Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-33)
5-40-4610Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3301.
5-40-4620Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3302.
5-40-4630Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3303.
5-40-4640Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3304.
5-40-4650Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3305.
5-40-4660Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3306.
5-40-4690Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3309.
5-40-4700Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3310.
5-40-4710Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3311.
5-40-4720Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3312.
5-40-4730Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3313.
5-40-4740Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3314.
5-40-4750Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3315.
Article 34   Emission Standards for Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-34)
5-40-4760Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Amended to refer Northern VA VOC emission control area to Article 59.
5-40-4770Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3402.
5-40-4780Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3403.
5-40-4790Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3404.
5-40-4800Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3405.
5-40-4810Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3406.
5-40-4840Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3409.
5-40-4850Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3410.
5-40-4860Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3411.
5-40-4870Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3412.
5-40-4880Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3413.
5-40-4890Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3414.
5-40-4900Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3415.
Article 35   Emission Standards for Flatwood Paneling Coating Application Systems (Rule 4-35)
5-40-4910Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3501.
5-40-4920Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3502.
5-40-4930Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3503.
5-40-4940Control Technology Guidelines4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3504.
5-40-4950Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3505.
5-40-4960Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3506.
5-40-4990Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3509.
5-40-5000Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3510.
5-40-5010Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3511.
5-40-5020Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3512.
5-40-5030Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3513.
5-40-5040Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3514.
5-40-5050Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3515.
Article 36   Flexographic, Packaging Rotogravure, and Publication Rotogravure Printing Lines (Rule 4-36)
5-40-5060Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-5070Definitions4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334§52.2465(c)(113)(i)(B)(4).
5-40-5080Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
5-40-5090Standard for Visible Emissions4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
5-40-5100Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
5-40-5130Compliance4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
5-40-5140Test Methods and Procedures4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
5-40-5150Monitoring4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
5-40-5160Notification, Records and Reporting4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
5-40-5170Registration4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
5-40-5180Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
5-40-5190Permits4/1/963/12/97, 62 FR 11334
Article 37   Emission Standards for Petroleum Liquid Storage and Transfer Operations (Rule 4-37)
5-40-5200Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-5210Definitions2/1/023/3/06, 71 FR 10838
5-40-5220Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds07/30/201505/10/2017, 82 FR 21702
5-40-5230Control Technology Guidelines2/1/023/3/06, 71 FR 10838
5-40-5240Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3705.
5-40-5250Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3706.
5-40-5270Standard for Toxic Pollutants07/30/201505/10/2017, 82 FR 21702
5-40-5280Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3709.
5-40-5290Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3710.
5-40-5300Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3711.
5-40-5310Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3712.
5-40-5320Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3713.
5-40-5330Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3714.
5-40-5340Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-3715.
Article 41   Emission Standards for Mobile Sources (Rule 4-41)
5-40-5650Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-4101.
5-40-5660Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-4102.
5-40-5670Motor Vehicles4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-4103.
5-40-5680Other Mobile Sources4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-4104.
5-40-5690Export/Import of Motor Vehicles4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-04-4105.
Article 43   Municipal Solid Waste Landfills (Rule 4-43)
5-40-5800Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility1/29/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77900
5-40-5810Definitions8/17/116/1/12 by Letter NoticeThe SIP effective date is 6/1/12.
5-40-5820Standard for air emissions8/17/116/1/12 by Letter NoticeThe SIP effective date is 6/1/12.
5-40-5822Operational standards for collection and control systems1/29/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77900
5-40-5824Specifications for active collection systems1/29/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77900
5-40-5850Compliance8/17/116/1/12 by Letter NoticeThe SIP effective date is 6/1/12.
5-40-5855Compliance schedule1/29/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77900
5-40-5860Test methods and procedures1/29/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77900
5-40-5870Monitoring1/29/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77900
5-40-5880Reporting8/17/116/1/12 by Letter NoticeThe SIP effective date is 6/1/12.
5-40-5890Recordkeeping1/29/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77900
5-40-5900Registration1/29/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77900
5-40-5910Facility and control equipment Maintenance or Malfunction1/29/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77900
5-40-5920Permits8/17/116/1/12 by Letter NoticeThe SIP effective date is 6/1/12.
Article 47   Emission Standards for Solvent Metal Cleaning Operations in the Northern Virginia Volatile Organic Compound Emissions Control Area (Rule 4-47)
5-40-6820Applicability3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6830Definitions3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6840Standards for volatile organic compounds3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6850Standard for visible emissions3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6860Standard for fugitive dust/emissions3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6890Compliance3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6900Compliance schedules3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6910Test methods and procedures3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6920Monitoring3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6930Notification, records and reporting3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6940Registration3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6950Facility and control equipment Maintenance or Malfunction3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
5-40-6960Permits3/24/046/9/04, 69 FR 32277
Article 48—Emission Standards for Mobile Equipment Repairs and Refinishing (Rule 4-48)
5-40-6970Applicability and designation of affected facility10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Revision extends the applicability to include the Richmond VOC Emissions Control Area.
5-40-6975Exemptions10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Added.
5-40-6980Definitions3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-6990Standards for volatile organic compounds3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-7000Standard for visible emissions3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-7010Standard for fugitive dust/emissions3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-7040Compliance3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-7050Compliance schedules10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-40-7060Test methods and procedures3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-7070Monitoring3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-7080Notification, records and reporting3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-7090Registration3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-7100Facility and control equipment Maintenance or Malfunction3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
5-40-7110Permits3/24/046/24/04, 69 FR 35253
Article 51   Stationary Sources Subject to Case-by-Case Control Technology Determinations (Rule 4-51)
5-40-7370Applicability and designation of affected facility12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7380Definitions12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7390Standard for volatile organic compounds (1-hour ozone standard)12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7400Standard for volatile organic compounds (eight-hour ozone standard)12/02/20158/16/2016, 81 FR 54509Notification and compliance dates added
5-40-7410Standard for nitrogen oxides (1-hour ozone standard)12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7420Standard for nitrogen oxides (eight-hour ozone standard)12/02/20158/16/2016, 81 FR 54509Notification and compliance dates added
5-40-7430Presumptive reasonably available control technology guidelines for stationary sources of nitrogen oxides12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7440Standard for visible emissions12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7450Standard for fugitive dust/emissions12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7480Compliance12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7490Test methods and procedures12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7500Monitoring12/15/061/19/11 , 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7510Notification12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7520Registration12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7530Facility and control equipment maintenance or malfunction12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation.
5-40-7540Permits12/15/061/19/11, 76 FR 3023Added Regulation
Article 53   Emission Standards for Lithographic Printing Processes (Rule 4-53) [Formerly Article 45]
5-40-7800Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Amended to refer Northern VA VOC emission control area to Article 56.1.
5-40-7810Definitions of Alcohol, Cleaning solution, Fountain solution, Lithographic printing, Printing process4/1/96, 10/4/063/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-7820Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-7840Standard for Visible Emissions4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-7850Standard for Fugitive Dust Emissions4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-7880Compliance10/4/063/2/07, 72 FR 9441Revisions to compliance dates.
5-40-7890Test Methods and Procedures4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-7900Monitoring4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-7910Notification, Records and Reporting4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-7920Registration4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-7930Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance and Malfunction4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
5-40-7940Permits4/1/96
10/4/06
3/2/07, 72 FR 9441
Article 56, Emission Standards for Letterpress Printing Operations in the Northern Virginia Volatile Organic Compound Emissions Control Area, 8-hour Ozone Standard (Rule 4-56)
5-40-8380Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8382Definitions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8384Standard for volatile organic compounds2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8386Standard for visible emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8388Standard for fugitive/dust emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8396Compliance2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8398Compliance schedule2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8400Test methods and procedures2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8410Monitoring2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8412Notification, records, and reporting2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8414Registration2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8418Permits2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
Article 56.1 Emission Standards for Offset Lithographic Printing Operations in the Northern Virginia Volatile Organic Compound Emissions Control Area, 8-hour Ozone Standard (Rule 4-56.1)
5-40-8420Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8422Definitions02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8424Standard for volatile organic compounds2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8426Standard for visible emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8428Standard for fugitive/dust emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8434Compliance02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8436Compliance schedule2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8438Test methods and procedures2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8440Monitoring02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8450Notification, records, and reporting2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8460Registration02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8480Permits02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
Article 57 Emission Standards for Industrial Solvent Cleaning Operations in the Northern Virginia Volatile Organic Compound Emissions Control Area, 8-hour Ozone Standard (Rule 4-57)
5-40-8510Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8520Definitions02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8530Standard for volatile organic compounds2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8540Standard for visible emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8550Standard for fugitive/dust emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8580Compliance2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8590Compliance schedule2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8600Test methods and procedures2/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8610Monitoring2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8620Notification, records, and reporting2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8630Registration2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8650Permits2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
Article 58 Emission Standards for Miscellaneous Industrial Adhesive Application Processes in the Northern Virginia Volatile Organic Compound Emissions Control Area, 8-hour Ozone Standard (Rule 4-58)
5-40-8660Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8670Definitions02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8680Standard for volatile organic compounds2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8690Standard for visible emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8700Standard for fugitive/dust emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8730Compliance2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8740Compliance schedule2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8750Test methods and procedures2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8760Monitoring02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8770Notification, records, and reporting2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8780Registration02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8800Permits02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
Article 59 Emission Standards for Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products Coating Application Systems in the Northern Virginia Volatile Organic Compound Emissions Control Area, 8-hour Ozone Standard (Rule 4-58)
5-40-8810Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8820Definitions02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8830Standard for volatile organic compounds2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8840Standard for visible emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8850Standard for fugitive/dust emissions2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8880Compliance02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8890Compliance schedule2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8900Test methods and procedures2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8910Monitoring02/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8920Notification, records, and reporting2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8930Registration2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
5-40-8950Permits2/1/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Added.
9 VAC 5, Chapter 45   Consumer and Commercial Products (applicable to the Northern Virginia and Fredericksburg VOC Emissions Control Areas)
Part I   Special Provisions
5-45-10Applicability3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-20Compliance3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-30Emission testing3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-40Monitoring3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-50Notification, records and reporting3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
Part II   Emission Standards
Article 1   Emission Standards For Portable Fuel Containers And Spouts Manufactured Before August 1, 2010
5-45-60Applicability3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-70Exemptions10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-80Definitions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-90Standard for volatile organic compounds10/1/138/4/15Amended.
5-45-100Administrative requirements3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-110Compliance3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-120Compliance schedules3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-130Test methods and procedures3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-140Monitoring3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-150Notification, records and reporting3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
Article 2   Emission Standards For Portable Fuel Containers And Spouts Manufactured On Or After August 1, 2010
5-45-160Applicability10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Revision extends the applicability to include the Richmond VOC Emissions Control Area.
5-45-170Exemptions10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-180Definitions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-190Standard for volatile organic compounds3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-200Certification procedures3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-210Innovative products3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-220Administrative requirements3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-230Compliance3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-240Compliance schedules10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-250Test methods and procedures3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-260Monitoring3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-270Notification, records and reporting3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
Article 3   Emission Standards For Consumer Products Manufactured Before August 1, 2010
5-45-280Applicability3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-290Exemptions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-300Definitions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-310
(Except for subsection B)
Standard for volatile organic compounds10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-320Alternative control plan (ACP) for consumer products3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-330Innovative products3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-340Administrative requirements3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-350Compliance3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-360Compliance schedules3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-370Test methods and procedures3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-380Monitoring3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-390Notification, records and reporting3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
Article 4   Emission Standards For Consumer Products Manufactured On or After August 1, 2010
5-45-400Applicability10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Revision extends the applicability to include the Richmond VOC Emissions Control Area.
5-45-410Exemptions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-420Definitions10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-430
(Except for subsection B)
Standard for volatile organic compounds10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-440Alternative control plan (ACP) for consumer products3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-450Innovative products3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-460Administrative requirements3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-470Compliance3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-480Compliance schedules10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-490Test methods and procedures3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-500Monitoring3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-510Notification, records and reporting3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
Article 5   Emission Standards For Architectural And Industrial Maintenance Coatings
5-45-520Applicability10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Revision extends the applicability to include the Richmond VOC Emissions Control Area.
5-45-530Exemptions10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-540Definitions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-550Standard for volatile organic compounds3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-560Administrative requirements3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-570Compliance3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-580Compliance schedules10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-590Test methods and procedures3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-600Monitoring3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-610Notification, records and reporting3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
Article 6   Emission Standards For Adhesives And Sealants
5-45-620Applicability10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Revision extends the applicability to include the Richmond VOC Emissions Control Area.
5-45-630Exemptions10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-640Definitions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-650Standard for volatile organic compounds10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-660Control technology guidelines3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-670Standard for visible emissions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-680Administrative requirements3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-690Compliance3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-700Compliance schedules10/1/138/4/15, 80 FR 46202Amended.
5-45-710Test methods and procedures3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-720Monitoring3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-730Notification, records and reporting3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-740Registration3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-750Facility and control equipment maintenance or malfunction3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
Article 7   Emission Standards For Asphalt Paving Operations
5-45-760Applicability3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-770Definitions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-780Standard for volatile organic compounds3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-790Standard for visible emissions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-800Standard for fugitive dust/emissions3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-820Compliance3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-830Test methods and procedures3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-840Monitoring3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
5-45-850Notification, records and
reporting
3/17/101/26/2012, 77 FR 3928Added.
9 VAC 5, Chapter 50   New and Modified Stationary Sources [Part V]
Part I   Special Provisions
5-50-10Applicability8/1/023/15/04, 69 FR 12074
5-50-20Compliance12/12/072/24/10, 75 FR 8249Revisions to paragraph A.3 .
5-50-30Performance Testing8/1/023/15/04, 69 FR 12074
5-50-40Monitoring8/1/023/15/04, 69 FR 12074
5-50-50Notification, Records and Reporting8/1/023/15/04, 69 FR 12074
Part II   Emission Standards
Article 1   Standards of Performance for Visible Emissions and Fugitive Dust/Emissions (Rule 5-1)
5-50-60Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0101.
5-50-70Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0102.
5-50-80Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0103.
5-50-90Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions2/1/034/29/05, 70 FR 22263
5-50-100Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0105.
5-50-110Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0106.
5-50-120Waivers2/1/034/29/05, 70 FR 22263
Article 4   Standards of Performance for Stationary Sources (Rule 5-4)
5-50-240Applicability and designation of affected facility11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511Paragraphs A and C are revised.
5-50-250Definitions11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511Paragraphs A-C are revised.
5-50-260Standards for stationary sources11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511Paragraphs A-D are revised.
5-50-270Standard for Major Stationary Sources (Nonattainment Areas)9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-50-280Standard for Stationary Sources (Prevention of Significant Deterioration Areas)9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-50-290Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0406.
5-50-300Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0407.
5-50-330Compliance4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0410.
5-50-340Test Methods and Procedures4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0411.
5-50-350Monitoring4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0412.
5-50-360Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0413.
5-50-370Registration4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0414.
5-50-380Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0415.
5-50-390Permits4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-05-0416.
9 VAC 5, Chapter 70   Air Pollution Episode Prevention [Part VII]
5-70-10Applicability4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-07-01.
5-70-20Definitions4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-07-02.
5-70-30General4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-07-03.
5-70-40Episode Determination4/1/9910/19/0065 FR 62626References to TSP have been removed.
5-70-50Standby Emission Reduction Plans4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-07-05.
5-70-60Control Requirements4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-07-06.
5-70-70Local Air Pollution Control Agency Participation4/17/954/21/00, 65 FR 21315120-07-07.
9 VAC 5, Chapter 80   Permits for Stationary Sources [Part VIII]
Article 5   State Operating Permits
5-80-800Applicability4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-810Definitions4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-820General4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-830Applications4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-840Application information required4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-850Standards and conditions for granting Permits4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-860Action on permit application4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-870Application review and analysis4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-880Compliance determination and verification by testing4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-890Monitoring requirements4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-900Reporting requirements4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-910Existence of permits no defense4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-920Circumvention4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-930Compliance with local zoning requirements4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-940Transfer of Permits4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-950Termination of Permits4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-960Changes to Permits4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-970Administrative permit amendments4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-980Minor permit amendments4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-990Significant permit amendments4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-1000Reopening for cause4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-1010Enforcement4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-1020Public participation4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-1030General Permits4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
5-80-1040Review and evaluation of article4/1/986/27/03, 68 FR 38191
Article 6—Permits for New and Modified Stationary Sources
5-80-1100Applicability11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1105Permit Exemptions11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511Paragraph E is excluded.
5-80-1110Definitions3/27/148/23/16, 81 FR 57468
5-80-1120General11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1130ReservedExcluded from SIP.
5-80-1140Applications11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1150Application information required11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1160Action on permit application11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511The latter portion of paragraph D (beginning with “.  .  . direct consideration by the board .  .  .”) is excluded.
5-80-1170Public participation11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511Paragraphs F and G are excluded. See §52.2423(o).
5-80-1180Standards and conditions for granting permits11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511The portion of paragraph A.1 pertaining to hazardous air pollutant sources as proscribed under 9VAC5-60 is excluded.
5-80-1190Application review and analysis11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511Paragraph 2 is excluded.
5-80-1200Compliance determination and verification by performance testing11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1210Permit invalidation, suspension, revocation and enforcement11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511Paragraph B is excluded.
5-80-1220Existence of permit no defense11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1230Compliance with local zoning11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1240Transfer of permits11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1250General permits11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1260Action to combine permit terms and conditions11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1270Actions to change permits11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1280Administrative permit amendments11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1290Minor permit amendments11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
5-80-1300Significant amendment procedures11/7/128/22/16, 81 FR 56511
Article 8   Permits—Major Stationary Sources and Major Modifications Located in Prevention of Significant Deterioration Areas
5-80-1605Applicability9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1615Definitions8/13/158/28/17, 82 FR 40707
5-80-1625General7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1635Ambient Air Increments8/17/118/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1645Ambient Air Ceilings9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1655Applications9/1/068/28/17,82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1665Compliance with local zoning requirements9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1675Compliance determination and verification by performance testing9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1685Stack Heights9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1695Exemptions6/4/148/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1705Control technology review9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1715Source impact analysis6/4/148/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1725Air quality models9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1735Air quality analysis9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1745Source Information9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1755Additional impact analysis9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1765Sources affecting Federal class I areas—additional requirements8/17/118/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1775Public participation9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1785Source obligation9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1795Environmental impact statements9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1805Disputed permits9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1815Interstate pollution abatement9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1825Innovative control technology9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1865Actuals plantwide applicability (PAL)8/13/158/28/17, 82 FR 40707
5-80-1915Actions to combine permit terms and conditions7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1925Actions to change permits7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1935Administrative permit amendments7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1945Minor permit amendments7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1955Significant amendment procedures7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1965Reopening for cause7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1975Transfer of permits9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1985Permit invalidation, revocation, and enforcement9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-1995Existence of permit no defense9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
Article 9   Permits—Major Stationary Sources and Major Modifications Located in Nonattainment Areas or the Ozone Transport Region
5-80-2000Applicability5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2010Definitions8/13/158/28/17, 82 FR 40707Paragraph C is revised, except that under subdivision b of the definition of “baseline actual emissions,” the sentence stating, “The board shall allow the use of another time period upon a determination that it is more representative of normal source operation,” is not in the SIP.
5-80-2020General7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2030Applications5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2040Application information required5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2050Standards and conditions for granting permits5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2060Action on permit application5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2070Public participation5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2080Compliance determination and verification by performance testing5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2090Application review and analysis5/1/02
9/01/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2091Source obligation9/1/068/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2110Interstate Pollution Abatement5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2120Offsets8/17/118/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2130De minimis increases and stationary source modification alternatives for ozone nonattainment areas classified as serious or severe in 9 VAC 5-20-2045/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2140Exemptions7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2144Actuals plantwide applicability limits (PALs)8/13/158/28/17, 82 FR 40707
5-80-2150Compliance with local zoning requirements5/1/02
9/01/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2170Transfer of permits5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2180Permit invalidation, revocation, and enforcement5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2190Existence of permit no defense5/1/02
9/1/06
8/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2195Actins to combine permit terms and conditions7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2200Actions to change permits7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2210Administrative permit amendments7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2220Minor permit amendments7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2230Significant amendment procedures7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
5-80-2240Reopening for cause7/23/098/28/17, 82 FR 40707Previous approval 10/22/08.
9 VAC 5, Chapter 85   Permits for Stationary Sources of Pollutants Subject to Regulation
Part I   Applicability
5-85-10Applicability1/2/115/13/11, 76 FR 27898
Part III   Prevention of Significant Deterioration Permit Actions
5-85-40Prevention of Significant Deterioration Area Permit Actions03/13/1411/23/15 11/23/15; 80 FR 72905
5-85-50Definitions8/13/158/28/17, 82 FR 40707
5-85-55Actuals Plantwide applicability limits (PALs)8/13/158/28/17, 82 FR 40707
5-85-55Actual plantwide applicability limits (PALs)03/13/1411/23/1511/23/15; 80 FR 72905Added.
Part IV   State Operating Permit Actions
5-85-60State Operating Permit Actions1/2/115/13/11, 76 FR 27898
5-85-70Definitions1/2/115/13/11, 76 FR 27898
9 VAC 5, Chapter 91   Regulations for the Control of Motor Vehicle Emissions in the Northern Virginia Area
Part I   Definitions
5-91-10General1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-20Terms defined1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670Exception—“Northern Virginia program area” does not include Fauquier County, Effective 1/1/98.
   6/29/054/22/08, 73 FR 21540
Part II   General Provisions
5-91-30Applicability and authority of the department10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-50Documents incorporated by reference10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-70Appeal of case decisions10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-90Right of entry1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-100Conditions on approvals1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-120Export and import of motor vehicles10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-130Relationship of state regulations to Federal regulations1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-140Delegation of authority1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-150Availability of information1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
Part III   Emission Standards for Motor Vehicle Air Pollution
5-91-160Exhaust emission standards for two-speed idle testing in enhanced emissions inspection programs6/29/054/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-170Exhaust emission standards for ASM testing in enhanced emissions inspection programs10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-180Exhaust emission standards for on-road testing through remote sensing6/29/054/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-190Emissions control system standards10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-200Evaporative emissions standards10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-210Visible emissions standards10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
Part IV   Permitting and Operation of Emissions Inspection Stations
5-91-220General provisions10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-230Applications10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-240Standards and conditions for permits1/27/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-250Action on permit application1/27/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-260Emissions inspection station permits, categories10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-270Permit renewals10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-280Permit revocation, surrender of materials1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-290Emissions inspection station operations10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-300Emissions inspection station records10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-310Sign and permit posting10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-320Equipment and facility requirements10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-330Analyzer system operation10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-340Motor vehicle inspection report; certificate of emissions inspection10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-350Data media1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-360Inspector identification number and access code usage10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540Retitled and amended.
5-91-370Fleet emissions inspection stations; mobile fleet inspection stations10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
Part V   Emissions Inspector Testing and Licensing
5-91-380Emissions inspector licenses and renewals10/21/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-390Qualification requirements for emissions inspector licenses1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-400Conduct of emissions inspectors1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
Part VI   Inspection Procedures
5-91-410General10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-420Inspection procedure; rejection, pass, fail, waiver10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-430ASM test procedure10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-440Two-speed idle test procedure10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-450Evaporative system pressure test and gas cap pressure test procedure10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540Retitled and amended.
5-91-480Emissions related repairs10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-490Engine and fuel changes10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
Part VII   Vehicle Emissions Repair Facility Certification
5-91-500Applicability and authority10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-90-510Certification qualifications10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-520Expiration, reinstatement, renewal, and requalification10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-530Emissions and repair facility operations10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-540Sign and certificate posting10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540Retitled and amended.
Part VIII   Emissions Repair Technician Certification and Responsibilities
5-91-550Applicability and authority10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-560Certification qualifications for emissions repair technicians10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-570Expiration, reinstatement, renewal and requalification10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-580Certified emissions repair technician responsibilities10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
Part IX   Enforcement Procedures
5-91-590Enforcement of regulations, permits, licenses, certifications and orders10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-600General enforcement process10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-610Consent orders and penalties for violations10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-620Major violations10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-630Minor violations4/2/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
Part X   Analyzer System Certification and Specifications for Enhanced Emissions Inspections Programs
5-91-640Applicability1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
5-91-650Design goals10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-660Warranty; service contract10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-670Owner-provided services10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-680Certification of analyzer systems10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-690Span gases; gases for calibration purposes10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-700Calibration of exhaust gas analyzers10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-710Upgrade of analyzer system10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
Part XI   Manufacturer Recall
5-91-720Vehicle manufacturers recall10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-730Exemptions; temporary extensions1/24/979/1/99, 64 FR 47670
Part XII   On-Road Testing
5-91-740General requirements6/29/054/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-750Operating procedures; violation of standards6/29/054/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-760Schedule of civil charges6/29/054/22/08, 73 FR 21540
Part XIV   ASM Exhaust Emission Standards
5-91-790ASM start-up standards10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
5-91-800ASM final standards10/1/024/22/08, 73 FR 21540
9 VAC 5, Chapter 130   Regulations for Open Burning [Formerly 9VAC5 Chapter 40, Part II, Article 40]
Part I   General Provisions
5-130-10Applicability3/18/093/14/11, 76 FR 13511Formerly 5-40-5600
Provisions of this Chapter expanded to new localities in the emissions control areas.
5-130-20Definitions8/17/116/1/12 by Letter NoticeThe SIP effective date is 6/1/12.
5-130-30Open Burning Prohibitions3/18/093/14/11, 76 FR 13511Formerly 5-40-5620.
5-130-40Permissible open burning8/17/116/1/12 by Letter NoticeThe SIP effective date is 6/1/12.
5-130-50Forest Management and Agricultural Practices3/18/093/14/11, 76 FR 13511Formerly 5-40-5631.
9 VAC 5, Chapter 140 Regulations for Emissions Trading Programs
Part I   NOX Budget Trading Program
Article 1   NOX Budget Trading Program General Provisions
5-140-10Purpose7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-20Definitions7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-30Measurements, abbreviations, and acronyms7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-31Federal Regulations Incorporated by reference7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-40Applicability7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-50Retired unit exemption7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-60Standard requirements7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-70Computation of time7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
Article 2   NOX Authorized Account Representative for NOX Budget Sources
5-140-100Authorization and responsibilities of the NOX authorized account representative7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-110Alternate NOX authorized account representative7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-120Changing the NOX authorized account representative and alternate NOX authorized account representative; changes in the owners and operators7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-130Account certificate of representation7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-140Objections concerning the NOX authorized account representative7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
Article 3   Permits
5-140-200General NOX Budget permit requirements7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-210Submission of NOX Budget permit applications7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-220Information requirements for NOX Budget permit applications7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-230NOX Budget permit contents7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-240Effective date of initial NOX Budget permit7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-250NOX Budget permit revisions7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
Article 4   Compliance Certification
5-140-300Compliance certification report7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-310Permitting authority's and administrator's actionon compliance certifications7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
Article 5   NOX Allowance Allocations
5-140-400State trading program budget7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-410Timing requirements for NOX allowance allocations7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-420NOX allowance allocations7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-430Compliance Supplement Pool7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
Article 6   NOX Allowance Tracking System
5-140-500NOX Allowance Tracking System accounts7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-510Establishment of accounts7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-520NOX Allowance Tracking System responsibilities of NOX authorized account representative7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-530Recordation of NOX allowance allocations7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-540Compliance7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-550Banking3/24/048/25/04, 69 FR 52174
5-140-560Account error7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-570Closing of general accounts7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
Article 7   NOX Allowance Transfers
5-140-600Scope and submission of NOX allowance transfers7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-610EPA recordation7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-620Notification7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
Article 8   Monitoring and Reporting
5-140-700General Requirements7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-710Initial certification and recertification procedures7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-720Out of control periods7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-730Notifications7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-740Recordkeeping and reporting7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-750Petitions.7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-760Additional requirements to provide heat input data for allocation purposes7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
Article 9   Individual Unit Opt-ins
5-140-800Applicability7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-810General7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-820NOX authorized account representative7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-830Applying for NOX Budget opt-in permit7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-840Opt-in process7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-850NOX Budget opt-in permit contents7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-860Withdrawal from NOX Budget Trading Program7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-870Change in regulatory status7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-880NOX allowance allocations to opt-in units7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
Article 10   State Trading Program Budget and Compliance Pool
5-140-900State trading program budget12/31/0811/7/11, 76 FR 68638Revise applicable year to 2004 and each year thereafter.
5-140-910Compliance supplement pool budget7/17/027/8/03, 68 FR 40520
5-140-920Total electric generating unit allocations12/31/0811/7/11, 76 FR 68638Add subsection B, which extends the NOX budget beyond 2008.
5-140-930Total non-electric generating unit allocations12/31/0811/7/11, 76 FR 68638Add subsection B, which extends the NOX budget beyond 2008.
9 Vac 5, Chapter 151   Transportation Conformity
Part I   General Definitions
5-151-10Definitions12/31/0811/20/09, 74 FR 60194
Part II   General Provisions
5-151-20Applicability12/31/0811/20/09, 74 FR 60194
5-151-30Authority of Board and DEQ12/31/0811/20/09, 74 FR 60194
Part III   Criteria and Procedures for Making Conformity Determinations
5-151-40General8/15/124/1/13, 78 FR 19421
5-151-50Designated provisions12/31/0811/20/09, 74 FR 60194
5-151-60Word or phrase substitutions12/31/0811/20/09, 74 FR 60194
5-151-70Consultation8/15/124/1/13, 78 FR 19421Section D.1.f. is amended.
9 VAC 5, Chapter 160   General Conformity
Part I   General Definitions
5-160-10General1/1/981/7/03, 68 FR 663.
5-160-20Terms defined3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150Number of terms added—10.
Number of terms revised—11.
Number of Terms deleted—2.
Part II   General Provisions
5-160-30Applicability3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-40Authority of board and department1/1/9710/21/97, 62 FR 54585
5-160-80Relationship of state regulations to Federal regulations1/1/9710/21/97, 62 FR 54585
Part III   Criteria and Procedures for Making Conformity Determinations
5-160-110General3/2/1112/12/2011, 76 FR 77150
5-160-120Federal agency conformity responsibility3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-130Reporting requirements3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-140Public participation3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-150Reevaluation of conformity3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-160Criteria for determining conformity of general conformity actions3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-170Procedures for conformity determinations3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-180Mitigation of air quality impacts3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-181Conformity evaluation for federal installations with facility-wide emission budgets3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-182Emissions beyond the time period covered by the applicable implementation plan3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-183Timing of offsets and mitigation measures3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-184Inter-precursor mitigation measures and offsets3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-185Early emission reduction credit programs at federal facilities and installation subject to federal oversight3/2/1112/12/11, 76 FR 77150
5-160-190Savings provision1/1/9710/21/97, 62 FR 54585
9 VAC 5, Chapter 170   Regulation for General Administration
Part I   Definitions
5-170-10Use of Terms1/1/981/7/03, 68 FR 663Split out from 9 VAC 5-10-10.
5-170-20Terms Defined11/19/144/2/15, 80 FR 17695Docket #2015-0040. Revised to add the terms disclosure form and potential conflict of interest.
Part II   General Provisions
5-170-30Applicability1/1/981/7/03, 68 FR 663Split out from 9 VAC 5-20-10.
5-170-60Availability of Information1/1/981/7/03, 68 FR 663Replaces 9 VAC 5-20-150 and 5-160-100.
Part V   Enforcement
5-170-120A.-C.Enforcement of Regulations, Permits and Orders1/1/981/7/03, 68 FR 663Replaces 9 VAC 5-20-30A.  D. and 5-160-60.
5-170-130A.Right of Entry1/1/981/7/03, 68 FR 663Replaces 9 VAC 5-20-100.
Part VI   Board Actions
5-170-150Local Ordinances1/1/981/7/03, 68 FR 663Replaces 9 VAC 5-20-60.
5-170-160Conditions on Approvals1/1/981/7/03, 68 FR 663Replaces 9 VAC 5-20-110.
5-170-170Considerations for Approval Actions1/1/981/7/03, 68 FR 663Replaces 9 VAC 5-20-140.
Part IX Conflict of Interest
5-170-210General11/19/1480 FR 17695Docket #2015-0040. Does not include subsection B
9 VAC 5 Chapter 220   Opacity Variance for Rocket Testing Operations Atlantic Research Corporation's Orange County Facility
5-220-10Applicability and designation of affected facility12/1/029/4/09, 74 FR 45766
5-220-20Definitions12/1/0209/4/09, 74 FR 45766
5-220-30Applicability of standard for visible emissions and standard for particulate matter12/1/029/4/09 , 74 FR 45766
5-220-40Compliance determination, monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting12/1/029/4/09, 74 FR 45766
5-220-50Transfer of ownership12/1/029/4/09, 74 FR 45766
5-220-60Applicability of future regulations12/1/029/4/09, 74 FR 45766
9 VAC 5, Chapter 230   Variance for International Paper Franklin Paper Mill
5-230-10Applicability and designation of affected facility9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-20Definitions9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-30Authority to operate under this chapter and FESOP9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-40 (Except A.7., A.9., A.10., and B.2.)Sitewide Emissions Caps9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-50New Source Review program and registration requirements9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-60 (Except A.1.)Other regulatory requirements9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-70Federal Operating Permits9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-80FESOP issuance and amendments9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-90Transfer of ownership9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-110Termination of authority to operate under this chapter and FESOP9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
5-230-120Review and confirmation of this chapter by Board9/7/058/13/07, 72 FR 45165
2 VAC 5, Chapter 480   Regulation Governing the Oxygenation of Gasoline
5-480-10Definitions11/1/931/7/03, 68 FR 663VR115-04-28, §1.
5-480-20Applicability11/1/962/17/00, 65 FR 8051
5-480-30Minimum oxygenate content11/1/931/7/03, 68 FR 663VR115-04-28, §3.
5-480-40Nature of oxygenates11/1/931/7/03, 68 FR 663VR115-04-28, §4.
5-480-50Record keeping and transfer requirements11/1/931/7/03, 68 FR 663VR115-04-28, §5.
5-480-60Gasoline pump labeling11/1/931/7/03, 68 FR 663VR115-04-28, §6.
5-480-70Sampling, testing and oxygen content calculations11/1/931/7/03, 68 FR 663VR115-04-28, §7.
5-480-80Compliance and enforcement11/1/931/7/03, 68 FR 663VR115-04-28, §8.
Code of Virginia
Section 10.1-1302Qualifications of members of Boards7/1/0810/11/11, 76 FR 62635Section added.
Section 10.1-1316.1A. Through DSevere ozone nonattainment areas; fees7/1/0412/29/04, 69 FR 77909Provision authorizes the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) to collect Federal penalty fees from major stationary sources if the nonattainment area does not attain the ozone standard by the statutory attainment date.

(d) EPA-Approved State Source Specific Requirements

EPA-Approved Source Specific Requirements

Source namePermit/order or registration
number
State
effective date
EPA approval date40 CFR part 52 citation
Norfolk Naval Base-Exchange Service Station[NONE]8/6/798/17/81, 46 FR 4149952.2465(c)(41).
Reynolds Metals Co.-Rolling MillDSE-597-879/30/878/20/90, 55 FR 3390452.2465(c)(92).
Aqualon (Hercules) Company503639/26/9011/1/91, 56 FR 5615952.2465(c)(93).
Nabisco Brands, IncDTE-179-914/24/913/6/92, 57 FR 808052.2465(c)(95).
Reynolds Metals Co.-Bellwood5026010/20/20158/26/2016, 81 FR 5885752.2465(c)(110).
Reynolds Metals Co.-Richmond Foil PlantDSE-412A-8610/31/866/13/96, 61 FR 2996352.2465(c)(110).
Philip Morris, Inc.—Blended Leaf Facility500802/27/8610/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(120).
Philip Morris, Inc.—Park 500 Facility507223/26/9710/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(120).
Philip Morris, Inc.—Richmond Manufacturing Center500767/13/9610/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(120).
Virginia Electric and Power Co.—Innsbrook Technical Center503965/30/9610/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(120).
Hercules, Inc.-Aqualon DivisionV-0163-967/12/9610/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(120).
City of Hopewell-Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility507355/30/9610/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(120).
Allied Signal, Inc.-Hopewell Plant502323/26/9710/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(121).
Allied Signal, Inc.-Chesterfield PlantV-0114-965/20/9610/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(121).
Bear Island Paper Co. L.PV-0135-967/12/9610/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(121).
Stone Container Corp.—Hopewell Mill503705/30/9610/14/97, 62 FR 5327752.2465(c)(121).
E.I. Dupont de Nemours and Co.—Spruance PlantV-0117-965/30/9610/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(121).
ICI Americas Inc.—Films Division-Hopewell Site504185/30/9610/14/97, 62 FR 5324252.2465(c)(121).
Tuscarora, Inc718146/5/961/22/99, 64 FR 342552.2465(c)(128).
Virginia Power (VP)—(Possum Point Generating Station [Permit to Operate]Registration No. 70225; County-Plant No. 153-00029/26/0012/14/00, 65 FR 7810052.2420(d)(2).
Cellofoam North America, Inc.—Falmouth Plant [Consent Agreement]Registration No. 40696; FSO-193-988/10/981/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
CNG Transmission Corporation—Leesburg Compressor Station [Permit to Operate]Registration No. 71978; County-Plant No. 107-01015/22/001/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Columbia Gas Transmission Company—Loudoun County Compressor Station [Permit to Operate]Registration No. 72265; County-Plant No. 107-01255/23/001/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
District of Columbia's Department of Corrections—Lorton Correctional Facility [Permit to Operate]Registration No. 70028; County-Plant No. 0059-002412/10/991/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Michigan Cogeneration Systems, Inc.—Fairfax County I-95 Landfill [Permit to Operate]Registration No. 71961; County-Plant No. 0059-05755/10/001/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3)
Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority—Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport [Permit to Operate]Registration No. 70005; County-Plant No. 0013-00155/22/001/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Noman M. Cole, Jr., Pollution Control Plant [Consent Agreement]Registration No. 7071412/13/991/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Ogden Martin Systems of Alexandria/Arlington, Inc. [Consent Agreement]Registration No. 71895; NVRO-041-987/31/981/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Ogden Martin Systems of Fairfax, Inc. [Consent Agreement]Registration No. 719204/3/981/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
U.S. Department of Defense—Pentagon Reservation [Permit to Operate]Registration No. 70030; County-Plant No. 0013-01885/17/001/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
United States Marine Corps.—Quantico Base [Permit to Operate]Registration No. 70267; County-Plant No. 153-0010.5/24/001/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Corporation—Compressor Station No.185 [Consent Agreement]Registration No. 719589/5/961/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
U.S. Army Garrison at Fort Belvoir [Permit to Operate]Registration No. 70550; County-Plant No. 059-00185/16/001/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Virginia Power (VP)—Possum Point Generating Station [Permit containing NOX RACT requirements]Registration No. 70225; County-Plant No. 153-00027/21/001/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Virginia Electric and Power Company—Possum Point Generating Station [Consent Agreement containing VOC RACT requirements]Registration No. 702256/12/951/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Washington Gas Light Company—Springfield Operations Center [Consent Agreement]Registration No. 70151; NVRO-031-984/3/981/2/01, 66 FR 8.52.2420(d)(3).
Georgia Pacific—Jarratt Softboard PlantRegistration No. 502539/28/983/26/03, 68 FR 1454240 CFR 52.2420(d)(4); Note: In Section E, Provision 1, the portion of the text which reads “ *  *  * and during periods of start-up, shutdown, and malfunction.” is not part of the SIP.
Prince William County LandfillRegistration No. 723404/16/049/9/04, 69 FR 5458152.2420(d)(5).
Washington Gas Company, Ravensworth StationRegistration No. 722774/16/04
8/11/04
10/6/04, 69 FR 5981252.2420(d)(6).
Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), George Bush Center for IntelligenceRegistration No. 717574/16/0412/13/04, 69 FR 7211552.2420(d)(6).
National Reconnaissance Office, Boeing Service CenterRegistration No. 719884/16/0412/13/04, 69 FR 7211552.2420(d)(6).
Roanoke Electric Steel CorpRegistration No. 2013112/22/044/27/05, 70 FR 2162152.2420(d)(7).
Roanoke Cement CompanyRegistration No. 2023212/22/044/27/05, 70 FR 2162152.2420(d)(7).
Global Stone Chemstone CorporationRegistration No. 805042/9/054/27/05, 70 FR 2162152. 2420(d)(7).
Kraft Foods Global, Inc.—Richmond BakeryRegistration No. 507039/19/074/15/08, 73 FR 2017552.2420(d)(8).
Transcontinental Pipeline Station 165Registration No. 308641/24/0710/30/08, 73 FR 6455152.2420(d)(9).
Transcontinental Pipeline Station 170Registration No. 308631/24/0710/30/08, 73 FR 6455152.2420(d)(9).
Transcontinental Pipeline Station 180Registration No. 407822/13/0710/30/08, 73 FR 6455152.2420(d)(9).
Roanoke Cement CorporationRegistration No. 202326/18/0710/30/08, 73 FR 6455152.2420(d)(9).
Reynolds Consumer Products CompanyRegistration No. 5053410/1/083/25/09, 74 FR 1257252.2420(d)(12). The SIP effective date is 5/26/09.
GP Big Island, LLCRegistration No. 3038910/5/124/18/14, 79 FR 2185552.2420(d); BART permit revised to reflect the unit shutdown; replaces permit dated 6/12/08.
MeadWestvaco CorporationRegistration No. 203282/23/09
5/6/11
6/13/12
77 FR 35287
§52.2420(d); BART and Reasonable Progress determinations and permit.
O-N Minerals FacilityRegistration No. 8025212/28/09
11/19/10
6/13/12
77 FR 35287
§52.2420(d); BART determination and permit.
Mondelēz Global LLC, Inc.—Richmond BakeryRegistration No. 507032/14/144/29/14, 79 FR 2391752.2420(d)(13).
Virginia Electric and Power Company (VEPCO)—Possum Point Power StationRegistration No. 7022501/31/1912/09/19, 84 FR 67199§52.2420(d); RACT for 2008 ozone NAAQS.
Covanta Alexandria/Arlington, IncRegistration No. 7192002/14/1912/09/19, 84 FR 67199§52.2420(d); RACT for 2008 ozone NAAQS.
Covanta Fairfax, IncRegistration No. 7189502/08/1912/09/19, 84 FR 67199§52.2420(d); RACT for 2008 ozone NAAQS.

(e) EPA-approved non-regulatory and quasi-regulatory material.

(1) Non-regulatory material.

Name of non-regulatory
SIP revision
Applicable geographic areaState submittal dateEPA approval dateAdditional explanation
Commitment Letter-Clean fuel fleet or alternative substitute programNorthern Virginia Ozone nonattainment Area1/25/939/23/93, 58 FR 5084652.2423(j).
Motor vehicle emissions budgetsHampton Roads Ozone Maintenance Area8/29/966/26/97, 62 FR 3440852.2424(a).
Motor vehicle emissions budgetsRichmond Ozone Maintenance Area7/30/9611/17/97, 62 FR 6123752.2424(b).
1990 Base Year Emissions Inventory-Carbon Monoxide (CO)Metropolitan Washington Area11/1/93, 4/3/95, 10/12/951/30/96, 61 FR 293152.2425(a).
1990 Base Year Emissions Inventory-Carbon Monoxide (CO), oxides of nitrogen (NOX), & volatile organic compounds (VOC)Richmond-Petersburg, Norfolk-Virginia Beach, and Smyth County Ozone Areas11/11/92, 11/18/92, 11/1/93, 12/15/949/16/96, 61 FR 4865752.2425(b).
1990 Base Year Emissions Inventory-Carbon Monoxide (CO), oxides of nitrogen (NOX), & volatile organic compounds (VOC)Northern Virginia (Metropolitan Washington) Ozone Nonattainment Area11/30/92, 11/1/93, 4/3/959/16/96, 61 FR 5465652.2425(c).
1990 Base Year Emissions Inventory-oxides of nitrogen (NOX), & volatile organic compounds (VOC)Northern Virginia (Metropolitan Washington) Ozone Nonattainment Area12/17/977/8/98, 63 FR 36854.
Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) ProgramNorthern Virginia (Metropolitan Washington) Ozone Nonattainment Area11/15/949/11/95, 60 FR 4708152.2426.
Attainment determination of the ozone NAAQSRichmond Ozone Nonattainment Area7/26/9610/6/97, 62 FR 5202952.2428(a).
15% rate of progress planNorthern Virginia (Metropolitan Washington) Ozone Nonattainment Area4/14/9810/6/00, 65 FR 5972752.2428(b).
Small business stationary source technical and environmental assistance programStatewide11/10/922/14/94, 59 FR 532752.2460.
Establishment of Air Quality Monitoring NetworkStatewide3/24/8012/5/80, 45 FR 8653052.2465(c)(38).
Lead (Pb) SIPStatewide12/31/803/21/82, 45 FR 856652.2465(c)(61).
Carbon Monoxide Maintenance PlanArlington County & Alexandria City3/22/044/4/05, 70 FR 16958Revised Carbon Monoxide Maintenance Plan Base Year Emissions Inventory using MOBILE6.
Ozone Maintenance Plan, emissions inventory & contingency measuresHampton Roads Area8/27/966/26/97, 62 FR 3440852.2465(c)(117).
Ozone Maintenance Plan, emissions inventory & contingency measuresRichmond Area7/26/9611/17/97, 62 FR 6123752.2465(c)(119).
Non-Regulatory Voluntary Emission Reduction ProgramWashington, DC severe 1-hour ozone nonattainment area2/25/045/12/05, 70 FR 24987The nonregulatory measures found in section 7.6 and Appendix J of the plan.
1996-1999 Rate-of-Progress Plan SIP and the Transportation Control Measures (TCMs) in Appendix HWashington 1-hour ozone nonattainment area12/29/03, 5/25/995/16/05, 70 FR 25688Only the TCMs in Appendix H of the 5/25/1999 revision, 1999 motor vehicle emissions budgets of 128.5 tons per day (tpy) of VOC and 196.4 tpy of NOX.
1990 Base Year Inventory RevisionsWashington 1-hour ozone nonattainment area8/19/03, 2/25/045/16/05, 70 FR 25688.
1999-2005 Rate-of-Progress Plan SIP Revision and the Transportation Control Measures (TCMs) in Appendix JWashington 1-hour ozone nonattainment area8/19/03, 2/25/045/16/05, 70 FR 25688Only the TCMs in Appendix J of the 2/25/2004 revision, 2002 motor vehicle emissions budgets (MVEBs) of 125.2 tons per day (tpy) for VOC and 290.3 tpy of NOX, and, 2005 MVEBs of 97.4 tpy for VOC and 234.7 tpy of NOX.
VMT Offset SIP RevisionWashington 1-hour ozone nonattainment area8/19/03, 2/25/045/16/05, 70 FR 25688.
Contingency Measure PlanWashington 1-hour ozone nonattainment area8/19/03, 2/25/045/16/05, 70 FR 25688.
1-hour Ozone Modeled Demonstration of Attainment and Attainment PlanWashington 1-hour ozone nonattainment area8/19/03, 2/25/045/16/05, 70 FR 256882005 motor vehicle emissions budgets of 97.4 tons per day (tpy) for VOC and 234.7 tpy of NOX.
   3/18/145/26/15, 80 FR 29963Removal of Stage II vapor recovery program. See section 52.2428.
Attainment Demonstration and Early Action Plan for the Roanoke MSA Ozone Early Action Compact AreaBotetourt County, Roanoke City, Roanoke County, and Salem City12/21/04, 2/15/058/17/05, 70 FR 43277.
Attainment Demonstration and Early Action Plan for the Northern Shenandoah Valley Ozone Early Action Compact AreaCity of Winchester and Frederick County12/20/04, 2/15/058/17/05, 70 FR 43280.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the Fredericksburg VA AreaCity of Fredericksburg, Spotsylvania County, and Stafford County5/4/0512/23/05, 70 FR 76165.
   3/18/145/26/15, 80 FR 29963Revised 2009 and 2015 motor vehicle emission budgets for NOX.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for the Madison & Page Cos. (Shenandoah NP), VA AreaMadison County (part) and Page County (part)9/23/051/3/05, 71 FR 24.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryNorfolk-Virginia Beach-Newport News (Hampton Roads), VA Area10/12/06, 10/16/06, 10/18/06, 11/20/06, 2/13/076/1/07, 72 FR 30490The SIP effective date is
6/1/07.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and 2002 Base Year Emissions InventoryRichmond-Petersburg VA Area9/18/06, 9/20/06, 9/25/06, 11/17/06, 2/13/076/1/07, 72 FR 30485The SIP effective date is 6/18/07.
Ozone Maintenance PlanWhite Top Mountain, Smyth County, VA 1-hour Ozone Nonattainment Area8/6/074/29/08, 73 FR 23103.
RACT under the 8-Hour NAAQSStafford County4/21/0812/22/08, 73 FR 78192.
RACT under the 8-Hour NAAQSVirginia portion of the DC-MD-VA area10/23/066/16/09, 74 FR 28444.
Reasonable Further Progress Plan (RFP), Reasonably Available Control Measures, and Contingency MeasuresWashington DC-MD-VA 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area6/12/079/20/11, 76 FR 58206.
2002 Base Year Inventory for VOC, NOX, and COWashington DC-MD-VA 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area6/12/079/20/11, 76 FR 58206.
2008 RFP Transportation Conformity BudgetsWashington DC-MD-VA 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area6/12/079/20/11, 76 FR 58206.
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 Ozone NAAQS StatewideStatewide7/10/08, 9/2/08, 6/8/10, 6/9/1010/11/11, 76 FR 62635This action addresses the following CAA elements or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(ii), (E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
   11/13/07, 12/13/07, 8/25/112/25/14, 79 FR 10377This action addresses the PSD related elements of the following CAA requirements: 110(a)(2)(D)(i)(II).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQSStatewide7/10/08, 9/2/08, 6/8/10, 6/9/10, 4/1/0810/11/11, 76 FR 62635This action addresses the following CAA elements or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(ii), (E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
   11/13/07, 7/10/08, 9/2/08, 8/25/112/25/14, 79 FR 10377This action addresses the PSD related elements of the following CAA requirements: 110(a)(2)(C), (D)(i)(II), and (J).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2006 PM2.5 NAAQSStatewide8/30/10, 4/1/1110/11/11, 76 FR 62635This action addresses the following CAA elements or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(ii), (E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
   4/1/11, 8/25/112/25/14, 79 FR 10377This action addresses the PSD related elements of the following CAA requirements: 110(a)(2)(C), (D)(i)(II), and (J).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2008 Lead NAAQSStatewide3/9/129/24/13, 78 FR 58462This action addresses the following CAA elements or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C) (for enforcement and regulation of minor sources), (D)(i)(I), (D)(i)(II) (for the visibility protection portion), (D)(ii), (E)(i), (E)(iii), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
   3/9/122/25/14, 79 FR 10377This action addresses the PSD related elements of the following CAA requirements: 110(a)(2)(C), (D)(i)(II), and (J).
   12/22/144/2/15, 80 FR 17695Docket #2015-0040. Addresses CAA element 110(a)(2)(E)(ii).
Regional Haze PlanStatewide7/16/158/21/18, 83 FR 42222Full Approval.
See §§52.2452(g).
Regional Haze Plan Supplements and BART determinations:Statewide6/13/12, 77 FR 35287§52.2452(d); Limited Approval.
1. Georgia Pacific Corporation;7/17/08.
2a. MeadWestvaco Corporation;5/6/11.
b. MeadWestvaco Corporation;3/6/09.
3. O-N Minerals Facility;1/14/10.
4. Revision to the O-N Minerals Facility permit11/19/10.
2002 Base Year Emissions Inventory for the 1997 fine particulate matter (PM2.5) standardVirginia portion of the Washington DC-MD-VA 1997 PM2.5 nonattainment area4/4/0810/4/12, 77 FR 60626§52.2425(f).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2010 Nitrogen Dioxide NAAQSStatewide5/30/133/18/14, 79 FR 15012Docket #2013-0510. This action addresses the following CAA elements, or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(i)(II), (D)(ii), (E)(i), (E)(iii), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M) with the exception of PSD elements.
   5/30/139/30/14, 79 FR 58686Docket #2013-0510. This action addresses the following CAA elements, or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(C), (D)(i)(II), and (J) with respect to the PSD elements.
   12/22/144/2/15, 80 FR 17695Docket #2015-0040. Addresses CAA element 110(a)(2)(E)(ii).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2008 Ozone NAAQSStatewide7/23/123/27/14, 79 FR 17043Docket #2013-0211. This action addresses the following CAA elements, or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(i)(II), (D)(ii), (E)(i), (E)(iii), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M) with the exception of PSD elements.
   7/23/129/30/14, 79 FR 58686Docket #2013-0211. This action addresses the following CAA elements, or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(C), (D)(i)(II), and (J) with respect to the PSD elements.
   12/22/144/2/15, 80 FR 17695Docket #2015-0040. Addresses CAA element 110(a)(2)(E)(ii).
Regional Haze Five-Year Progress ReportStatewide11/8/135/2/14, 79 FR 25019.
Maintenance plan for the Virginia Portion of the Washington, DC-MD-VA Nonattainment Area for the 1997 Annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality StandardStatewide06/03/13, 07/17/1310/6/14,79 FR 60081See §52.2429(b).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2010 Sulfur Dioxide NAAQSStatewide6/18/143/4/15, 80 FR 11557Docket #2014-0522. This action addresses the following CAA elements, or portions thereof: 110(a)(2) (A), (B), (C), (D)(i)(II) (PSD), (D)(ii), (E)(i), (E)(iii), (F), (G), (H), (J) (consultation, notification, and PSD), (K), (L), and (M).
12/22/144/2/15, 80 FR 17695Docket #2015-0040. Addresses CAA element 110(a)(2)(E)(ii).
7/16/158/21/18, 83 FR 42222Docket #2017-0601. This action addresses the following CAA elements: 110(a)(2)(D)(I)(II) for visibility and 110(a)(2)(J) for visibility.
8-hour Ozone Modeled Demonstration of Attainment and Attainment Plan for the 1997 Ozone National Ambient Air Quality StandardsWashington, DC-MD-VA 1997 8-Hour Ozone Nonattainment Area6/12/074/10/15, 80 FR 192062009 motor vehicle emissions budgets of 66.5 tons per day (tpd) for VOC and 146.1 tpd of NOX.
   3/18/145/26/15, 80 FR 29963Removal of Stage II vapor recovery program. See section 52.2428.
2011 Base Year Emissions Inventory for the 2008 8-hour ozone standardVirginia portion of the Washington, DC-MD-VA 2008 ozone nonattainment area7/17/145/13/15, 80 FR 27258§52.2425(g).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2012 Particulate Matter NAAQSStatewide7/16/156/16/16, 81 FR 39210Docket #2015-0838. This action addresses the following CAA elements, or portions thereof: 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(i)(II) (PSD), (D)(ii), (E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).
   7/16/158/21/18, 83 FR 42222Docket #2017-0601. This action addresses the following CAA element: 110(a)(2)(D)(I)(II) for visibility.
Emissions Statement Rule Certification for the 2008 Ozone NAAQSVirginia portion of the Washington, DC-MD-VA nonattainment area for the 2008 ozone NAAQS (i.e., Arlington County, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Alexandria City, Fairfax City, Falls Church City, Manassas City, and Manassas Park City) as well as the portions of Virginia included in the Ozone Transport Region (OTR) (i.e., Arlington County, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Stafford County, Alexandria City, Fairfax City, Falls Church City, Manassas City, and Manassas Park City)8/01/176/01/18, 83 FR 25381Certification that Virginia's previously SIP-approved regulations at 9VAC5-20-160 meet the emissions statement requirements of CAA section 182(a)(3)(B) for the 2008 ozone NAAQS.
2008 8-Hour Ozone NAAQS Nonattainment New Source Review RequirementsVirginia portion of the Washington, DC-MD-VA nonattainment area for the 2008 ozone NAAQS (i.e., Arlington County, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Alexandria City, Fairfax City, Falls Church City, Manassas City, and Manassas Park City) as well as the portions of Virginia included in the Ozone Transport Region (OTR) (i.e., Arlington County, Fairfax County, Loudoun County, Prince William County, Stafford County, Alexandria City, Fairfax City, Falls Church City, Manassas City, and Manassas Park City)5/17/179/7/17, 83 FR 45356
Maintenance plan for the Virginia portion of the Washington, DC-MD-VA Nonattainment Area for the 2008 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality StandardArlington, Fairfax, Loudoun, and Prince William Counties and the Cities of Alexandria, Fairfax, Falls Church, Manassas, and Manassas Park1/3/184/15/2019, 84 FR 15117§52.2428(m).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure Requirements for the 2015 Ozone NAAQSStatewide1/28/20193/17/2020, 85 FR 15076This action addresses the following CAA elements: CAA section 110(a)(2)(A), (B), (C), (D)(i)(II), D(ii), (E), (F), (G), (H), (J), (K), (L), and (M).

(2) Documents incorporated by reference in regulation 9VAC5-20-21.

Revised paragraph in
regulation 5-20-21
Applicable geographic areaState submittal dateEPA approval dateAdditional explanation
9VAC5-60-100 (adopts 40 CFR 63.460 through 63.469 by reference)Statewide10/9/9811/3/99, 64 FR 5964852.2423(q).
9VAC5-20-21, paragraphs E.1 through E.5 and E.7Statewide4/12/898/23/95, 60 FR 4371452.2423(m); Originally Appendix M, Sections II.A. through II.E. and II.G.
9VAC5-20-21, paragraphs E.1 and E.2Statewide2/12/938/23/95, 60 FR 4371452.2423(n); Originally Appendix M, Sections II.A. and II.B.
9VAC5-20-21, Section EStatewide6/22/991/7/03, 68 FR 66352.2423(r).
9VAC5-20-21, paragraph E.12Statewide2/23/046/8/04, 69 FR 3189352.2423(s).
9VAC5-20-21, Section ENorthern Virginia VOC Emissions Control Area designated in 9VAC5-20-2063/24/045/12/05, 70 FR 249709VAC5-20-21, Sections E.1.a.(7)., E.4.a.(12) through a.(17), E.10., E.11., E.13.a.(1), and E.13.a.(2).
9VAC5-20-21, Sections D and EStatewide8/25/053/3/06, 71 FR 10838Sections D., E. (introductory sentence), E.2 (all paragraphs), E.3.b, E.4.a.(1) and (2), E.4.b. , E.5. (all paragraphs), and E.7. (all paragraphs) State effective date is 2/1/00.
9VAC5-20-21, Section BStatewide10/25/053/3/06, 71 FR 10838State effective date is 3/9/05; approval is for those provisions of the CFR which implement control programs for air pollutants related to the national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) and regional haze.
9VAC5-20-21, Section ENorthern Virginia VOC Emissions Control Area designated in 9VAC5-20-20610/25/051/30/07, 72FR 42079VAC5-20-21, Sections .1.a.(16)., E.4.a.(18) through a.(20), E.6.a, E.11.a.(3), E.12.a.(5) through a.(8), E.14.a. and E.14.b.
State effective date is 3/9/05.
9VAC5-20-21, Paragraphs E.4.a. (21) and (22)Fredericksburg VOC Emissions Control Area Designated in 9VAC5-20-2065/14/0712/5/07, 72 FR 68511State effective date is 10/4/06.
9VAC5-20-21, Sections B. and E.1Statewide6/24/091/18/11, 76 FR 2829Revised sections.
9VAC5-20-21, Sections E.1.a.(1)(q) and E.1.a.(1)(r)Statewide9/27/104/25/11, 76 FR 22814Revised sections.
9VAC5-20-21, Section E.1.a.(1)(s)Statewide8/18/106/22/11, 76 FR 36326Added Section.
9VAC5-20-21, Sections E.1.a.(2), (16)-(19), E.2.a.(3), E.2.b., E.4.a.(23)-(27), E.11.a.(4)-(6), E.12.a.(3), (5) and (9)-(11)Northern Virginia and Fredericksburg VOC Emissions Control Areas3/17/101/26/12, 77 FR 3928Added section.
9VAC5-20-21 Section E.1.a(1) Documents Incorporated by ReferenceStatewide5/25/112/3/12, 77 FR 5400Addition of paragraph (1)(a) and (1) (u). The citations of all other paragraphs are revised.
Documents incorporated by referenceNorthern Virginia VOC emissions control area2/01/1610/21/16, 81 FR 72711Section 15 added.

[69 FR 54218, Sept. 8, 2004]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.2420, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.govinfo.gov.

§52.2421   Classification of regions.

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

Air quality control regionPollutant
Particulate matterSulfur oxidesNitrogen dioxideCarbon monoxidePhotochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons)
Eastern Tennessee-Southwestern Virginia InterstateIIIIIIIIIII
Valley of Virginia IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIII
Central Virginia IntrastateIIIIIIIIIIIII
Northeastern Virginia IntrastateIAIIIIIIIIIIII
State Capital IntrastateIIIIIIIIIII
Hampton Roads IntrastateIIIIIIIIII
National Capital InterstateIIIIIII

[37 FR 15090, July 27, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16347, May 8, 1974]

§52.2422   [Reserved]

§52.2423   Approval status.

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

(b)-(e) [Reserved]

(f) Section 9VAC 5-40-20.A.4. of the Virginia Regulations for the Control and Abatement of Air Pollution is not considered part of the applicable plan because it contradicts a previously approved section of the SIP.

(g) [Reserved]

(h) In an April 19, 1991 request submitted by the Virginia Department of Air Pollution Control, the source-specific emission limitation for James River Paper which EPA had approved on August 18, 1983 is deleted. James River Paper Co. (now known as Custom Papers Group—Richmond, Inc.) located in Richmond, Virginia is now required to comply with the applicable Virginia SIP paper coating regulation.

(i) Pursuant to an October 31, 1991 request submitted by the Virginia Department of Air Pollution Control, the source-specific Alternate Control Program (bubble) for J.W. Fergusson & Sons, Inc. which EPA had approved on March 4, 1983, is removed from the plan. J.W. Fergusson & Sons, Inc. located in Richmond, Virginia is required to comply with the Virginia SIP graphic arts RACT regulation approved by EPA on January 25, 1984 (see 40 CFR 52.2420(c)(48) and (c)(74)).

(j)-(l) [Reserved]

(m) EPA approves as part of the Virginia State Implementation Plan the documents listed in Appendix M, Sections II.A. through II.E and Section II.G. (currently Regulation 5-20-21 E.1. through E.5 and E.7) of the Virginia Regulations for the Control and Abatement of Air Pollution submitted by the Virginia Department of Air Pollution Control on April 12, 1989.

(n) EPA approves as part of the Virginia State Implementation Plan the revised references to the documents listed in Appendix M, Sections II.A. and II.B. (currently Regulation 5-20-21E.1 and E.2) of the Virginia Regulations for the Control and Abatement of Air Pollution submitted by the Virginia Department of Air Pollution Control on February 12, 1993.

(o) EPA approves the revised confidentiality of information provisions of Sections 120-02-30, submitted by the Virginia Department of Air Pollution Control on March 18, 1993, as revisions to the Virginia SIP. However, should Virginia submit a SIP revision request on behalf of a source, which contains information that has been judged confidential under the provisions of Section 120-02-30, Virginia must request EPA to consider confidentiality according to the provisions of 40 CFR part 2. EPA is obligated to keep such information confidential only if the criteria of 40 CFR part 2 are met.

(p) EPA disapproves the revised public participation provisions of Sections 120-08-01G.1 and 120-08-01G.4.b, submitted by the Virginia Department of Air Pollution Control on March 29, 1993, as revisions to the Virginia SIP. These revised provisions do not meet the requirements of 40 CFR 51.160 and 51.161. In its place, EPA retains the SIP provisions of Section 120-08-01C.1.a and 01C.4.b through d. as originally approved at §§52.2420(c)(69) [SIP section 2.33(a)(5)(ii)] and subsequently revised, due to format changes, at §§52.2420(c)(89)(i)(B)(7) [SIP section 120-08-01C.4.b].

(q) EPA approves as part of the Virginia State Implementation Plan the following revisions to the Virginia Regulations for the Control and Abatement of Pollution submitted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on October 9, 1998:

(1) Subpart T of 9 VAC 5-60-100 Designated emission standards of Rule 6-2 (9 VAC 5-60-90 et seq.) of 9 VAC 5 Chapter 60 amended to adopt 40 CFR 63.460 through 63.469 by reference. This amendment was adopted on January 8, 1997, published in the Virginia Register of Regulations on March 31, 1997 and effective on May 1, 1997.

(2) Revised date reference to 40 CFR part 63 (July 1, 1996) contained in 9 VAC 5-60-90 (General), as it pertains to the documents listed in 9 VAC 5-60-100, Subpart T.

(r) EPA approves as part of the Virginia State Implementation Plan the revised references to the documents listed in Chapter 20, Section 9 VAC 5-20-21 (formerly Appendix M), Sections E.4.a.(1), E.4.a.(2), and E.7.a.(1) through E.7.a.(3), of the Virginia Regulations for the Control and Abatement of Air Pollution submitted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on June 22, 1999.

(s) EPA approves as part of the Virginia State Implementation Plan the references to the documents listed in 9 VAC 5 Chapter 20, Section 5-20-21, paragraph E.12 of the Virginia Regulations for the Control and Abatement of Air Pollution submitted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on February 23, 2004.

[38 FR 33724, Dec. 6, 1973]

Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting §52.2423, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.govinfo.gov.

§52.2424   Motor vehicle emissions budgets.

(a) Motor vehicle emissions budget for the Hampton Roads maintenance area adjusting the mobile emissions budget contained in the maintenance plan for the horizon years 2015 and beyond adopted on August 29, 1996 and submitted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on August 29, 1996.

(b) Motor vehicle emissions budget for the Richmond maintenance area adjusting the mobile emissions budget contained in the maintenance plan for the horizon years 2015 and beyond adopted on July 30, 1996 and submitted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on July 30, 1996.

(c) EPA approves the following revised 2009 and 2015 motor vehicle emissions budgets (MVEBs) for the Fredericksburg 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area submitted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (VADEQ) on September 26, 2011:

Applicable geographic areaYearTons per day (TPD) NOX
Fredericksburg Area (Spotsylvania and Stafford Counties and City of Fredericksburg)200919.615
Fredericksburg Area (Spotsylvania and Stafford Counties and City of Fredericksburg)201512.933

[62 FR 34412, June 26, 1997, as amended at 62 FR 61240, Nov. 17, 1997; 77 FR 65492, Oct. 29, 2012; 77 FR 75388, Dec. 20, 2012]

§52.2425   Base Year Emissions Inventory.

(a) EPA approves as a revision to the Virginia Implementation Plan the 1990 base year emission inventory for the Washington Metropolitan Statistical Area, submitted by Director, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, on November 1, 1993, April 3, 1995 and October 12, 1995. This submittal consists of the 1990 base year stationary, area and off-road mobile and on-road mobile emission inventories in the Washington Statistical Area for the pollutant, carbon monoxide (CO).

(b) EPA approves as a revision to the Virginia State Implementation Plan the 1990 base year emission inventories for the Richmond-Petersburg, Norfolk-Virginia Beach, and Smyth County ozone nonattainment areas submitted by the Director, Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on November 11, 1992, November 18, 1992, November 1, 1993, and December 15, 1994. These submittals consist of the 1990 base year point, area, non-road mobile, biogenic and on-road mobile source emission inventories in each area for the following pollutants: volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxides of nitrogen (NOX).

(c) EPA approves as a revision to the Virginia State Implementation Plan the 1990 base year emission inventories for the Northern Virginia ozone nonattainment areas submitted by the Director, Virginia Department Environmental Quality, on November 30, 1992, November 1, 1993, and April 3, 1995. These submittals consist of the 1990 base year point, area, non-road mobile, biogenic and on-road mobile source emission inventories in each area for the following pollutants: volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxides of nitrogen (NOX).

(d) EPA approves as a revision to the Virginia State Implementation Plan amendments to the 1990 base year emission inventories for the Northern Virginia ozone nonattainment area submitted by the Director, Virginia Department Environmental Quality, on December 17, 1997. This submittal consists of amendments to the 1990 base year point, area, non-road mobile, and on-road mobile source emission inventories for the following pollutants: volatile organic compounds (VOC), and oxides of nitrogen (NOX).

(e) EPA approves as a revision to the Virginia State Implementation Plan the 2002 base year emissions inventories for the Washington, DC-MD-VA 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area submitted by the Director of the Virginia Department of Environment Quality on June 12, 2007. This submittal consists of the 2002 base year point, area, non-road mobile, and on-road mobile source inventories in area for the following pollutants: volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen oxides (NOX).

(f) EPA approves as a revision to the Virginia State Implementation Plan the 2002 base year emissions inventory for the Virginia portion of the Washington DC-MD-VA 1997 fine particulate matter (PM2.5) nonattainment area submitted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on April 4, 2008. The 2002 base year emissions inventory includes emissions estimates that cover the general source categories of point sources, non-road mobile sources, area sources, on-road mobile sources, and biogenic sources. The pollutants that comprise the inventory are nitrogen oxides (NOX), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), PM2.5, coarse particles (PM10), ammonia (NH3), and sulfur dioxide (SO2).

(g) EPA approves as a revision to the Virginia State Implementation Plan the 2011 base year emissions inventory for the Virginia portion of the Washington, DC-MD-VA 2008 8-hour ozone nonattainment area submitted by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on July 17, 2014. The 2011 base year emissions inventory includes emissions estimates that cover the general source categories of point sources, non-road mobile sources, area sources, on-road mobile sources, and biogenic sources. The pollutants that comprise the inventory are carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOX) and volatile organic compounds (VOC).

[61 FR 2937, Jan. 30, 1996, as amended at 61 FR 48632, 48635, Sept. 16, 1996; 63 FR 36858, July 8, 1998; 76 FR 58120, Sept. 20, 2011; 77 FR 60627, Oct. 4, 2012; 80 FR 27258, May 13, 2015; 80 FR 43628, July 23, 2015]

§52.2426   Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) Program.

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

[60 FR 47084, Sept. 11, 1995]

§52.2427   [Reserved]

§52.2428   Control Strategy: Carbon monoxide and ozone.

(a) Determination—EPA has determined that, as of November 5, 1997, the Richmond ozone nonattainment area, which consists of the counties of Chesterfield, Hanover, Henrico, and part of Charles City County, and of the cities of Richmonds, Colonial Heights and Hopewell, has attained the 1-hour .12 ppm ozone standard based on three years of air quality data for 1993, 1994 and 1995. EPA has further determined that the reasonable further progress and attainment demonstration requirements of section 182(b)(1) and related requirements of section 172(c)(9) of the Clean Air Act do not apply to the Richmond area for so long as the area does not monitor any violations of the 1-hour .12ppm ozone standard, or until the area is no longer designated nonattainment. If a violation of the ozone NAAQS is monitored in the Richmond ozone nonattainment area while the area is designated nonattainment, these determinations shall no longer apply.

(b) EPA approves the Commonwealth's 15 Percent Rate of Progress Plan for the Virginia portion of the Metropolitan Washington, D.C. ozone nonattainment area, submitted by the Acting Director of the Virginia Department of the Environmental Quality on April 14, 1998.

(c)-(d) [Reserved]

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

(f) EPA approves revisions to the Virginia State Implementation Plan consisting of the 2008 reasonable further progress (RFP) plan, reasonably available control measures, and contingency measures for the Washington, DC-MD-VA 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area submitted by the Director of the Virginia Department of Environment Quality on June 12, 2007.

(g) EPA approves the following 2008 RFP motor vehicle emissions budgets (MVEBs) for the Washington, DC-MD-VA 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area submitted by the Director of the Virginia Department of Environment Quality on June 12, 2007:

Transportation Conformity Emissions Budgets for the Washington, DC-MD-VA Area

Type of control strategy
SIP
YearVOC
(TPD)
NOX
(TPD)
Effective date
of adequacy
determination or
SIP approval
Rate of Progress Plan200870.8159.8September 21, 2009 (74 FR 45853), published September 4, 2009.

(h) Determination of attainment. EPA has determined, as of February 28, 2012, that based on 2007 to 2009 and 2008 to 2010 ambient air quality data, the Washington, DC-MD-VA moderate nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS). This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.918, suspends the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.

(i) As of October 10, 2014, EPA approves the removal of the Stage II vapor recovery program from the maintenance plans for the Richmond 1990 1-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area and the Richmond-Petersburg 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area.

(j) EPA approves revisions to the Virginia State Implementation Plan consisting of the attainment demonstration required under 40 CFR 51.908 demonstrating attainment of the 1997 ozone NAAQS by the applicable attainment date of June 15, 2010 and the failure to attain contingency measures for the Washington, DC-MD-VA 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area submitted by the Director of the Virginia Department of Environment Quality on June 12, 2007.

(k) EPA approves the following 2009 attainment demonstration and 2010 motor vehicle emissions budgets (MVEBs) for the Washington, DC-MDVA 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area submitted by the Director of the Virginia Department of Environment Quality on June 12, 2007:

Transportation Conformity Emissions Budgets for the Washington, DC-MD-VA Area

Type of control strategy SIPYearVOC (TPD)NOX (TPD)Effective date of adequacy determination or SIP approval
Attainment Demonstration200966.5146.1February 22, 2013 (78 FR 9044), published February 7, 2013.
Contingency Measures Plan2010144.3February 22, 2013 (78 FR 9044), published February 7, 2013.

(l) As of May 26, 2015, EPA approves the removal of the Stage II vapor recovery program from the attainment plans for the Virginia portion of the Washington DC-MD-VA 1990 1-hour and 1997 8-hour Ozone NAAQS Nonattainment Areas and from the maintenance plan for the Fredericksburg 1997 8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Area.

(m) EPA approves the maintenance plan for the Virginia portion of the Washington, DC-MD-VA nonattainment area for the 2008 8-hour ozone NAAQS submitted by the Director of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality on January 3, 2018. The maintenance plan includes 2014, 2025, and 2030 motor vehicle emission budgets (MVEBs) for VOC and NOX to be applied to all future transportation conformity determinations and analyses for the entire Washington, DC-MD-VA area for the 2008 8-hour ozone NAAQS. The maintenance plan includes two sets of VOC and NOX MVEBs: The MVEBs without transportation buffers are effective as EPA has determined them adequate for transportation conformity purposes; the MVEBs with transportation buffers will be used only as needed in situations where the conformity analysis must be based on different data, models, or planning assumptions, including, but not limited to, updates to demographic, land use, or project-related assumptions, than were used to create the set of MVEBs without transportation buffers. The technical analyses used to demonstrate compliance with the MVEBs and the need, if any, to use transportation buffers will be fully documented in the conformity analysis and follow the Transportation Planning Board's (TPB) interagency consultation procedures.

Table 3 to Paragraph (m)—Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets for the Washington, DC-MD-VA Area

Type of control strategy SIPYearVOC
(TPD)
NOX
(TPD)
Effective date of adequacy determination of SIP approval
Maintenance Plan2014
2025
2030
61.3
33.2
24.1
136.8
40.7
27.4
5/15/2019.

Table 4 to Paragraph (m)—Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets With Transportation Buffers for the Washington, DC-MD-VA Area

Type of control strategy SIPYearVOC
(TPD)
NOX
(TPD)
Effective date of adequacy determination of SIP approval
Maintenance Plan2014
2025
2030
61.3
39.8
28.9
136.8
48.8
32.9
Contingent and effective upon interagency consultation.

[62 FR 52032, Oct. 6, 1997, as amended at 65 FR 59731, Oct. 6, 2000; 66 FR 632, Jan. 3, 2001; 69 FR 43522, July 21, 2004; 73 FR 43362, July 25, 2008; 76 FR 58120, Sept. 20, 2011; 77 FR 11741, Feb. 28, 2012; 79 FR 46714, Aug. 11, 2014; 80 FR 19219, Apr. 10, 2015; 80 FR 29963, May 26, 2015; 84 FR 15117, Apr. 15, 2019]

§52.2429   Control strategy: Particulate matter.

(a) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of January 12, 2009, the Virginia portion of the Metropolitan Washington, DC-MD-VA nonattainment area for the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS has attained the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 52.1004(c), suspends the requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration and associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as the area continues to attain the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS.

(b) Maintenance Plan and Transportation Conformity Budgets. EPA approves the maintenance plan for the Virginia portion of the Washington, DC-MD-VA nonattainment area for the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS submitted by the Commonwealth of Virginia for the entire Area on June 6, 2013 and supplemented on July 17, 2013. The maintenance plan includes motor vehicle emission budgets (MVEBs) to be applied to all future transportation conformity determinations and analyses for the entire Washington, DC-MD-VA PM2.5 Area for the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS. The MVEBs are based on a tiered approach: Tier 1 MVEBs are effective as EPA has determined them adequate for transportation conformity purposes; Tier 2 mobile budgets will become effective upon the completion of the interagency consultation process and fully documented within the first conformity analysis that uses the Tier 2 MVEBs.

Washington, DC-MD-VA PM2.5 Area's Tier 1 Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets for the 1997 Annual PM2.5 NAAQS, (tpy)

Type of control strategy SIPYearNOXPM2.5Effective date of SIP approval
Maintenance Plan201741,7091,78711/5/14
   202527,4001,350

Washington, DC-MD-VA PM2.5 Area's Tier 2 Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets for the 1997 Annual PM2.5 NAAQS, (tpy)

Type of control strategy SIPYearNOXPM2.5Effective date of SIP approval
Maintenance Plan201750,0512,144Contingent and effective upon interagency consultation.
   202532,8801,586

[74 FR 1148, Jan. 12, 2009, as amended at 79 FR 60085, Nov. 5, 2014 ]

§52.2430   Determinations of attainment.

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

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

(c) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year period 2013 to 2015, the Washington, DC-MD-VA marginal ozone nonattainment area has attained the 2008 8-hour ozone national ambient air quality standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of July 20, 2016. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to Clean Air Act section 181(b)(2)(A) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Washington, DC-MD-VA marginal nonattainment area will not be reclassified for failure to attain by its applicable attainment date pursuant to section 181(b)(2)(A).

[77 FR 1414, Jan. 10, 2012, as amended at 77 FR 11741, Feb. 28, 2012; 82 FR 52655, Nov. 14, 2017]

§§52.2431-52.2439   [Reserved]

§52.2440   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 Virginia and for which requirements are set forth under the CSAPR 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 Virginia's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the CSAPR 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 Virginia's SIP revision described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of CSAPR 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 CSAPR 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 Virginia and for which requirements are set forth under the CSAPR NOX Ozone Season Group 1 Trading Program in subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements with regard to emissions occurring in 2015 and 2016.

(2) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in the State of Virginia and for which requirements are set forth under the CSAPR NOX Ozone Season Group 2 Trading Program in subpart EEEEE of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements with regard to emissions occurring in 2017 and each subsequent year. The obligation to comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to Virginia's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the CSAPR Federal Implementation Plan (FIP) under §52.38(b), except to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional.

(3) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (b)(2) of this section, if, at the time of the approval of Virginia's SIP revision described in paragraph (b)(2) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of CSAPR NOX Ozone Season Group 2 allowances under subpart EEEEE of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart EEEEE of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of CSAPR NOX Ozone Season Group 2 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 48376, Aug. 8, 2011, as amended at 81 FR 74586, 74601, Oct. 26, 2016; 83 FR 65924, Dec. 21, 2018]

§52.2441   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 Virginia and for which requirements are set forth under the CSAPR 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 Virginia's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the basis for the CSAPR 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 Virginia's SIP revision described in paragraph (a) of this section, the Administrator has already started recording any allocations of CSAPR 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 CSAPR 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 48376, Aug. 8, 2011, as amended at 77 FR 10334, Feb. 21, 2012; 81 FR 74586, Oct. 26, 2016]

§§52.2442-52.2450   [Reserved]

§52.2451   Significant deterioration of air quality.

(a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air Act are met since the plan includes approvable procedures for the Prevention of Significant Air Quality Deterioration.

(b) Regulations for preventing significant deterioration of air quality. The provisions of §52.21 (b) through (w) are hereby removed from the applicable state plan for the Commonwealth of Virginia.

[63 FR 13798, Mar. 23, 1998]

§52.2452   Visibility protection.

(a) Reasonably Attributable Visibility Impairment. The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not met because the plan does not include approvable measures for meeting the requirements of 40 CFR 51.305 for protection of visibility in mandatory Class I Federal areas.

(b)-(f) [Reserved]

(g) EPA converts its limited approval/limited disapproval of Virginia's regional haze program to a full approval. This SIP revision changes Virginia's reliance from the Clean Air Interstate Rule to the Cross-State Air Pollution Rule to meet the regional haze SIP best available retrofit technology requirements for certain sources and to meet reasonable progress requirements.

[50 FR 28553, July 12, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 45137, Nov. 24, 1987; 77 FR 33659, June 7, 2012; 77 FR 35291, June 13, 2012; 82 FR 3129, Jan. 10, 2017; 83 FR 42222, Aug. 21, 2018]

§52.2453   [Reserved]

§52.2454   Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality for Merck & Co., Inc.'s Stonewall Plant in Elkton, VA.

(a) Applicability. (1) This section applies only to the pharmaceutical manufacturing facility, commonly referred to as the Stonewall Plant, located at Route 340 South, in Elkton, Virginia (“site”).

(2) This section sets forth the prevention of significant deterioration of air quality preconstruction review requirements for the following pollutants only: carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, ozone (using volatile organic compounds as surrogate), particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than 10 microns (PM10), and sulfur dioxide. This section applies in lieu of §52.21 for the pollutants identified in this paragraph as well as particulate matter, but not for particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to a nominal 2.5 microns (PM2.5) regulated as PM2.5; however, the preconstruction review requirements of §52.21, or other preconstruction review requirements that the Administrator approves as part of the plan, shall remain in effect for any pollutant which is not specifically identified in this paragraph and is subject to regulation under the Act.

(b) Definitions. For the purposes of this section:

12-month rolling total for an individual pollutant or the total criteria pollutants, as specified in paragraph (d) of this section, is calculated on a monthly basis as the sum of all actual emissions of the respective pollutant(s) from the previous 12 months.

Act means the Clean Air Act, as amended, 42 U.S.C. 7401, et seq.

Completion of the powerhouse conversion means the date upon which the new boilers, installed pursuant to paragraph (g) of this section, are operational. This determination shall be made by the site based on the boiler manufacturer's installation, startup and shakedown specifications.

Permitting authority means either of the following:

(1) The Administrator, in the case of an EPA-implemented program; or

(2) The State air pollution control agency, or other agency delegated by the Administrator, pursuant to paragraph (o) of this section, to carry out this permit program.

Process unit means:

(1) Manufacturing equipment assembled to produce a single intermediate or final product; and

(2) Any combustion device.

Responsible official means:

(1) The president, secretary, treasurer, or vice-president of the business entity in charge of a principal business function, or any other person who performs similar policy or decision-making functions for the business entity; or

(2) A duly authorized representative of such business entity if the representative is responsible for the overall operation of one or more manufacturing, production, or operating facilities applying for or subject to a permit and either:

(i) The facilities employ more than 250 persons or have gross annual sales or expenditures exceeding $25 million (in second quarter 1980 dollars); or

(ii) The authority to sign documents has been assigned or delegated to such representative in accordance with procedures of the business entity.

Site means the contiguous property at Route 340 South, Elkton, Virginia, under common control by Merck & Co., Inc., and its successors in ownership, known as the Stonewall site.

(c) Authority to issue permit. The permitting authority may issue to the site a permit which complies with the requirements of paragraphs (d) through (n) of this section. The Administrator may delegate, in whole or in part, pursuant to paragraph (o) of this section, the authority to administer the requirements of this section to a State air pollution control agency, or other agency authorized by the Administrator.

(d) Site-wide emissions caps. The permit shall establish site-wide emissions caps as provided in this paragraph.

(1) Initial site-wide emissions caps. The initial site-wide emissions caps shall be based on the site's actual emissions during a time period, within five years of the date of permit issuance, which represents normal site operation. The permitting authority may allow the use of a different time period upon a determination that it is more representative of normal source operation. Actual site-wide emissions shall be calculated using the actual operating hours, production rates, and types of materials processed, stored, or combusted during the selected time period.

(i) Total criteria pollutant emissions cap. The permit shall establish a total criteria pollutant emissions cap (total emissions cap). The criteria pollutants included in the total emissions cap are the following: carbon monoxide, nitrogen oxides, ozone (using volatile organic compounds as surrogate), particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than 10 microns, and sulfur dioxide.

(ii) Individual pollutant caps. The permit shall establish individual pollutant caps for sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and PM10.

(2) Adjustments to the site-wide emissions caps. (i) The permit shall require that upon completion of the powerhouse conversion, the site shall reduce the site-wide emissions caps as follows:

(A) The total emissions cap shall be reduced by 20 percent from the initial site-wide emissions cap established pursuant to paragraph (d)(1)(i) of this section.

(B) The sulfur dioxide cap shall be reduced by 25 percent from the initial site-wide emissions cap established pursuant to paragraph (d)(1)(ii) of this section.

(C) The nitrogen oxide cap shall be reduced by 10 percent from the initial site-wide emissions cap established pursuant to paragraph (d)(1)(ii) of this section.

(ii) The permit may specify other reasons for adjustment of the site-wide emissions caps.

(e) Operating under the site-wide emissions caps. (1) The permit shall require that the site's actual emissions of criteria pollutants shall not exceed the total emissions cap established pursuant to paragraph (d) of this section.

(2) The permit shall require that the site's actual emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and PM10 shall not exceed the respective individual pollutant cap established pursuant to paragraph (d) of this section.

(3) Compliance with the total emissions cap and individual pollutant caps shall be determined by comparing the respective cap to the 12-month rolling total for that cap. Compliance with the total emissions cap and individual pollutant caps shall be determined within one month of the end of each month based on the prior 12 months. The permit shall set forth the emission calculation techniques which the site shall use to calculate site-wide actual criteria pollutant emissions.

(4) Installation of controls for significant modifications and significant new installations. (i) This paragraph applies to significant modifications and significant new installations. Significant modifications for the purposes of this section are defined as changes to an existing process unit that result in an increase of the potential emissions of the process unit, after consideration of existing controls, of more than the significance levels listed in paragraph (e)(4)(ii) of this section. Significant new installations for the purposes of this section are defined as new process units with potential emissions before controls that exceed the significance levels listed in paragraph (e)(4)(ii) of this section. For purposes of this section, potential emissions means process unit point source emissions that would be generated by the process unit operating at its maximum capacity.

(ii) The significance levels for determining significant modifications and significant new installations are: 100 tons per year of carbon monoxide; 40 tons per year of nitrogen oxides; 40 tons per year of sulfur dioxide; 40 tons per year of volatile organic compounds; and 15 tons per year of PM10.

(iii) For any significant modification or significant new installation, the permit shall require that the site install, at the process unit, emission controls, pollution prevention or other technology that represents good environmental engineering practice in the pharmaceutical or batch processing industry, based on the emission characteristics (such as flow, variability, pollutant properties) of the process unit.

(f) Operation of control equipment. The permit shall require that the site shall continue to operate the emissions control equipment that was previously subject to permit requirements at the time of issuance of a permit pursuant to this section. This equipment shall be operated in a manner which minimizes emissions, considering the technical and physical operational aspects of the equipment and associated processes. This operation shall include an operation and maintenance program based on manufacturers' specifications and good engineering practice.

(g) Powerhouse conversion. The permit shall require that the site convert the steam-generating powerhouse from burning coal as the primary fuel to burning natural gas as the primary fuel and either No. 2 fuel oil or propane as backup fuel.

(1) The new boilers shall be equipped with low nitrogen oxides technology.

(2) The site shall complete the powerhouse conversion (completion of the powerhouse conversion) no later than 30 months after the effective date of the permit.

(h) Monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting. (1) The permit shall set forth monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements sufficient to demonstrate compliance with the site-wide emissions caps. The monitoring, recordkeeping and reporting requirements shall be structured in a tiered system, such that the requirements become more stringent as the site's emissions approach the total emissions cap.

(2) At a minimum, the permit shall require that the site submit to the permitting authority semi-annual reports of the site-wide criteria pollutant emissions (expressed as a 12-month rolling total) for each month covered by the report. These reports shall include a calculation of the total emissions cap, as well as, the emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, volatile organic compounds and PM10.

(3) Any reports required by the permit to be submitted on an annual or semi-annual basis shall contain a certification by the site's responsible official that to his belief, based on reasonable inquiry, the information submitted in the report is true, accurate, and complete.

(4) Any records required by the permit shall be retained on site for at least five years.

(i) Air quality analysis. The permittee shall demonstrate, prior to permit issuance and on a periodic basis which shall be specified in the permit, that emissions from construction or operation of the site will not cause or contribute to air pollution in excess of any:

(1) Maximum allowable increase or maximum allowable concentration for any pollutant, pursuant to section 165 of the Act;

(2) National ambient air quality standard or;

(3) Other applicable emission standard or standard of performance under the Act.

(j) Termination. (1) The permit may be terminated as provided in this paragraph for reasons which shall include the following, as well as any other termination provisions specified in the permit:

(i) If the Administrator or the permitting authority determines that continuation of the permit is an imminent and substantial endangerment to public health or welfare, or the environment;

(ii) If the permittee knowingly falsifies emissions data;

(iii) If the permittee fails to implement the powerhouse conversion pursuant to paragraph (g) of this section;

(iv) If the permittee receives four consent orders or two judgments adverse to the site arising from non-compliance with this permit in a five year period that are deemed material by the Administrator or the permitting authority; or

(v) If the total emissions cap is exceeded.

(2) In the event of termination, the Administrator or the permitting authority shall provide the permittee with written notice of its intent to terminate the permit. Within 30 calendar days of the site's receipt of this notice, the site may take corrective action to remedy the cause of the termination. If this remedy, which may include a corrective action plan and schedule, is deemed acceptable by the Administrator or the permitting authority (whichever agency provided written notice of its intent to terminate the permit), the action to terminate the permit shall be withdrawn. Otherwise, the permit shall be terminated in accordance with procedures specified in the permit.

(3) Termination of the permit does not waive the site's obligation to complete any corrective actions relating to non-compliance under the permit.

(k) Inspection and entry. (1) Upon presentation of credentials and other documents as may be required by law, the site shall allow authorized representatives of the Administrator and the permitting authority to perform the following:

(i) Enter upon the site;

(ii) Have access to and copy, at reasonable times, any records that must be kept under the conditions of the permit;

(iii) Have access at reasonable times to batch and other plant records needed to verify emissions.

(iv) Inspect at reasonable times any facilities, equipment (including monitoring and control equipment), practices, or operations required under the permit;

(v) Sample or monitor any substances or parameters at any location, during operating hours, for the purpose of assuring permit compliance or as otherwise authorized by the Act.

(2) No person shall obstruct, hamper, or interfere with any such authorized representative while in the process of carrying out his official duties. Refusal of entry or access may constitute grounds for permit violation and assessment of civil penalties.

(3) Such site, facility and equipment access, and sampling and monitoring shall be subject to the site's safety and industrial hygiene procedures, and Food and Drug Administration Good Manufacturing Practice requirements (21 CFR parts 210 and 211) in force at the site.

(l) Transfer of ownership. The terms of the permit are transferable to a new owner upon sale of the site, in accordance with provisions specified by the permit.

(m) Permit issuance. The permitting authority shall provide for public participation prior to issuing a permit pursuant to this section. At a minimum, the permitting authority shall:

(1) Make available for public inspection, in at least one location in the area of the site, the information submitted by the permittee, the permitting authority's analysis of the effect on air quality including the preliminary determination, and a copy or summary of any other materials considered in making the preliminary determination;

(2) Notify the public, by advertisement in a newspaper of general circulation in the area of the site, of the application, the preliminary determination, and of the opportunity for comment at a public hearing as well as written public comment;

(3) Provide a 30-day period for submittal of public comment;

(4) Send a copy of the notice of public comment to the following: the Administrator, through the appropriate Regional Office; any other State or local air pollution control agencies, the chief executives of the city and county where the site is located; any State, Federal Land Manager, or other governing body whose lands may be affected by emissions from the site.

(5) Provide opportunity for a public hearing for interested persons to appear and submit written or oral comments on the air quality impact of the site, the control technology required, and other appropriate considerations.

(n) Permit modifications. The permit shall specify the conditions under which the permit may be modified by the permitting authority. The permitting authority shall modify the permit in accordance with the procedures set forth in this paragraph.

(1) Permit modifications that require public participation. For any change that does not meet the criteria for an administrative permit modification established in paragraph (n)(2)(i) of this section, the permitting authority shall provide an opportunity for public participation, consistent with the provisions of paragraph (m) of this section, prior to processing the permit modification.

(2) Administrative permit modification. (i) An administrative permit modification is a permit revision that:

(A) Corrects typographical errors;

(B) Identifies a change in the name, address, or phone number of any person identified in the permit, or provides a similar minor administrative change at the site;

(C) Requires more frequent monitoring, recordkeeping, or reporting by the permittee;

(D) Allows for a change in ownership or operational control of a source where the permitting authority determines that no other change in the permit is necessary, provided that a written agreement containing a specific date for transfer of permit responsibility, coverage, and liability between the current and new permittee has been submitted to the permitting authority.

(E) Updates the emission calculation methods specified in the permit, provided that the change does not also involve a change to any site-wide emissions cap.

(F) Changes the monitoring, recordkeeping or reporting requirements for equipment that has been shutdown or is no longer in service.

(G) Any other change that is stipulated in the permit as qualifying as an administrative permit modification, provided that the permit condition which includes such stipulation has already undergone public participation in accordance with paragraph (m) of this section.

(ii) An administrative permit modification may be made by the permitting authority consistent with the following procedures:

(A) The permitting authority shall take final action on any request for an administrative permit modification within 60 days from receipt of the request, and may incorporate such changes without providing notice to the public, provided that the permitting authority designates any such permit revisions as having been made pursuant to this paragraph.

(B) The permitting authority shall submit a copy of the revised permit to the Administrator.

(C) The site may implement the changes addressed in the request for an administrative permit modification immediately upon submittal of the request to the permitting authority.

(o) Delegation of authority. (1) The Administrator shall have the authority to delegate the responsibility to implement this section in accordance with the provisions of this paragraph.

(2) Where the Administrator delegates the responsibility for implementing this section to any agency other than a Regional Office of the Environmental Protection Agency, the following provisions shall apply:

(i) Where the delegate agency is not an air pollution control agency, it shall consult with the appropriate State and local air pollution control agency prior to making any determination under this section. Similarly, where the delegate agency does not have continuing responsibility for managing land use, it shall consult with the appropriate State and local agency primarily responsible for managing land use prior to making any determination under this section.

(ii) The delegate agency shall send a copy of any public comment notice required under paragraph (n) of this section to the Administrator through the appropriate Regional Office.

[62 FR 52638, Oct. 8, 1997]

§52.2460   Small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program.

On November 10, 1992, the Executive Director of the Virginia Department of Air Pollution Control submitted a plan for the establishment and implementation of a Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance Assistance Program as a State Implementation Plan revision, as required by title V of the Clean Air Act. EPA approved the Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance Assistance Program on February 4, 1994, and made it a part of the Virginia SIP. As with all components of the SIP, Virginia must implement the program as submitted and approved by EPA.

[59 FR 5329, Feb. 4, 1994]

§52.2465   Original identification of plan section.

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

(b) [Reserved]

[78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013]

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