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          Protection of Environment



          PART 52 (Sec. 52.1019--End)

                         Revised as of July 1, 1998

          CONTAINING
          A CODIFICATION OF DOCUMENTS
          OF GENERAL APPLICABILITY
          AND FUTURE EFFECT
          AS OF JULY 1, 1998

          With Ancillaries
          Published by
          the Office of the Federal Register
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                            Table of Contents



                                                                    Page
  Explanation.................................................       v

  Title 40:
    Chapter I--Environmental Protection Agency (Continued)....       3
  Finding Aids:
    Table of CFR Titles and Chapters..........................     657
    Alphabetical List of Agencies Appearing in the CFR........     675
    Table of OMB Control Numbers..............................     685
    List of CFR Sections Affected.............................     705



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                               EXPLANATION

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                               THIS TITLE

    Title 40--Protection of Environment is composed of twenty-three 
volumes. The parts in these volumes are arranged in the following order: 
parts 1-49, parts 50-51, parts 52.01-52.1018, part 52.1019-end, parts 
53-59, part 60, parts 61-62, part 63, parts 64-71, parts 72-80, parts 
81-85, part 86, parts 87-135, parts 136-149, parts 150-189, parts 190-
259, parts 260-265, parts 266-299, parts 300-399, parts 400-424, parts 
425-699, parts 700-789, and part 790 to end. The contents of these 
volumes represent all current regulations codified under this title of 
the CFR as of July 1, 1998.

    Chapter I--Environmental Protection Agency appears in all twenty-two 
volumes. A Pesticide Tolerance Commodity/Chemical Index appears in parts 
150-189. A Toxic Substances Chemical--CAS Number Index appears in parts 
700-789 and part 790 to end. Redesignation Tables appear in the volumes 
containing parts 50-51, parts 150-189, and parts 700-789. Regulations 
issued by the Council on Environmental Quality appear in the volume 
containing part 790 to end.

    The OMB control numbers for title 40 appear in Sec. 9.1 of this 
chapter. For the convenience of the user, Sec. 9.1 appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the volumes containing part 50 to the end.

    For this volume, Karen A. Thornton was Chief Editor. The Code of 
Federal Regulations publication program is under the direction of 
Frances D. McDonald, assisted by Alomha S. Morris.

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                   TITLE 40--PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT




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         CHAPTER I--ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)




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                 SUBCHAPTER C--AIR PROGRAMS--(Continued)

Part                                                                Page
52              Approval and promulgation of implementation 
                    plans...................................           5


  Editorial Note:  Subchapter C--Air Programs is contained in volumes 40 
CFR parts 50-51, part 52.01-52.1018, part 52.1019-End, parts 53-59, part 
60, parts 61-62, part 63, parts 64-71, parts 72-80, parts 81-85, part 
86, and parts 87-135.

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                 SUBCHAPTER C--AIR PROGRAMS (CONTINUED)





PART 52--APPROVAL AND PROMULGATION OF IMPLEMENTATION PLANS (CONTINUED)--Table of Contents




                            Subpart U--Maine

52.1019  Identification of plan--conditional approval.
52.1020  Identification of plan.
52.1021  Classification of regions.
52.1022  Approval status.
52.1023  Control strategy: Ozone.
52.1024  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.1025  Control strategy: Particulate matter.
52.1026  Review of new sources and modifications.
52.1027  Rules and regulations.
52.1028  [Reserved]
52.1029  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1030  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.
52.1031  EPA-approved Maine regulations.
52.1033  Visibility protection.
52.1034  Stack height review.
52.1035  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating 
          to new motor vehicles.
52.1036  Emission inventories.

                           Subpart V--Maryland

52.1070  Identification of plan.
52.1071  Classification of regions.
52.1072  Conditional approval.
52.1073  Approval status.
52.1074  Legal authority.
52.1075  1990 base year emission inventory.
52.1076  Control strategy: ozone.
52.1077  Source surveillance.
52.1078  [Reserved]
52.1079  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating 
          to new motor vehicles.
52.1080  Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) Program.
52.1081--52.1109  [Reserved]
52.1110  Small business stationary source technical and environmental 
          compliance assistance program.
52.1111--52.1112  [Reserved]
52.1113  General requirements.
52.1114--52.1115  [Reserved]
52.1116  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1117  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.
52.1118  Approval of bubbles in nonattainment areas lacking approved 
          demonstrations: State assurances.

                        Subpart W--Massachusetts

52.1119  Identification of plan--conditional approval.
52.1120  Identification of plan.
52.1121  Classification of regions.
52.1122  [Reserved]
52.1123  Approval status.
52.1124  Review of new sources and modifications.
52.1125  Emission inventories.
52.1126  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.
52.1127  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.1128  Transportation and land use controls.
52.1129--52.1130  [Reserved]
52.1131  Control strategy: Particulate matter.
52.1132  Control strategy: Carbon Monoxide.
52.1133  [Reserved]
52.1134  Regulation limiting on-street parking by commuters.
52.1135  Regulation for parking freeze.
52.1136--52.1144  [Reserved]
52.1145  Regulation on organic solvent use.
52.1146  [Reserved]
52.1147  Federal compliance schedules.
52.1148--52.1159  [Reserved]
52.1160  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating 
          to new motor vehicles.
52.1161  Incentives for reduction in single-passenger commuter vehicle 
          use.
52.1162  Regulation for bicycle use.
52.1163  Additional control measures for East Boston.
52.1164  Localized high concentrations--carbon monoxide.
52.1165  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1166  [Reserved]
52.1167  EPA-approved Massachusetts state regulations.
52.1168  Certification of no sources.
52.1168a  Part D--Disapproval of Rules and Regulations.
52.1169  Stack height review.

                           Subpart X--Michigan

52.1170  Identification of plan.
52.1171  Classification of regions.
52.1172  Approval status.
52.1173  Control strategy: Particulates.
52.1174  Control strategy: Ozone.
52.1175  Compliance schedules.
52.1176  Review of new sources and modifications. [Reserved]
52.1177--52.1179  [Reserved]
52.1180  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1181  Interstate pollution.

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52.1182  State boards.
52.1183  Visibility protection.
52.1184  Small business stationary source technical and environmental 
          compliance assistance program.
52.1185  Control strategy: Carbon monoxide.

                          Subpart Y--Minnesota

52.1219  Identification of plan--conditional approval.
52.1220  Identification of plan.
52.1221  Classification of regions.
52.1222  EPA-approved Minnesota State regulations
52.1223  Approval status.
52.1224  General requirements.
52.1225  Review of new sources and modifications.
52.1226--52.1229  [Reserved]
52.1230  Control strategy and rules: Particulates.
52.1231--52.1232  [Reserved]
52.1233  Operating permits.
52.1234  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1235  [Reserved]
52.1236  Visibility protection.
52.1237  Control strategy: Carbon monoxide.

                         Subpart Z--Mississippi

52.1270  Identification of plan.
52.1271  Classification of regions.
52.1272  Approval status.
52.1273  [Reserved]
52.1275  Legal authority.
52.1276  [Reserved]
52.1277  General requirements.
52.1278  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.
52.1279  [Reserved]
52.1280  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1281  Original identification of plan section.

                          Subpart AA--Missouri

52.1320  Identification of plan.
52.1321  Classification of regions.
52.1322  [Reserved]
52.1323  Approval status.
52.1324  [Reserved]
52.1325  Legal authority.
52.1326--52.1334  [Reserved]
52.1335  Compliance schedules.
52.1336--52.1338  [Reserved]
52.1339  Visibility protection.

                           Subpart BB--Montana

52.1370  Identification of plan.
52.1371  Classification of regions.
52.1372  Approval status.
52.1373  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.
52.1374  [Reserved]
52.1375  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.1376  Extensions.
52.1377  [Reserved]
52.1378  General requirements.
52.1379  Legal authority.
52.1380--52.1381  [Reserved]
52.1382  Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1384  Emission control regulations.
52.1385  Source surveillance.
52.1386  [Reserved]
52.1387  Visibility protection.
52.1388  Stack height regulations.
52.1389  [Reserved]
52.1390  Missoula variance provision.
52.1391  Emission inventories.

                          Subpart CC--Nebraska

52.1420  Identification of plan.
52.1421  Classification of regions.
52.1422  Approval status.
52.1423  PM10 State implementation plan development in group 
          II areas.
52.1424  Operating permits.
52.1425  Compliance schedules.
52.1426  [Reserved]
52.1427  Operating permits.
52.1428--52.1435  [Reserved]
52.1436  Significant deterioration of air quality.

                           Subpart DD--Nevada

52.1470  Identification of plan.
52.1471  Classification of regions.
52.1472  Approval status.
52.1473  General requirements.
52.1474  Part D conditional approval.
52.1475  Control strategy and regulations: Sulfur oxides.
52.1476  Control strategy: Particulate matter.
52.1477  Nevada air pollution emergency plan.
52.1478  Extensions.
52.1479  Source surveillance.
52.1480--52.1481  [Reserved]
52.1482  Compliance schedules.
52.1483  Malfunction regulations.
52.1484  [Reserved]
52.1485  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1486  Control strategy: Hydrocarbons and ozone.
52.1487  Public hearings.
52.1488  Visibility protection.
52.1489  Particulate matter (PM-10) Group II SIP commitments.

                        Subpart EE--New Hampshire

52.1519  Identification of plan--conditional approval.
52.1520  Identification of plan.
52.1521  Classification of regions.
52.1522  Approval status.

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52.1523  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.1524  Compliance schedules.
52.1525  EPA-approved New Hampshire state regulations.
52.1526  [Reserved]
52.1527  Rules and regulations.
52.1528  [Reserved]
52.1529  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1530  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating 
          to new motor vehicles.
52.1531  Visibility protection.
52.1532  Stack height review.
52.1533  Emission inventories.

                         Subpart FF--New Jersey

52.1570  Identification of plan.
52.1571  Classification of regions.
52.1572  Extensions.
52.1573  Approval status.
52.1574  General requirements.
52.1575  Legal authority.
52.1576  Control strategy: Nitrogen dioxide.
52.1577  Compliance schedules.
52.1578  Review of new sources and modifications.
52.1579  Intergovernmental cooperation.
52.1580   Conditional approval.
52.1581  [Reserved]
52.1582  Control strategy and regulations: Ozone (volatile organic 
          substances) and carbon monoxide.
52.1583  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating 
          to new motor vehicles.
52.1584--52.1600  [Reserved]
52.1601  Control strategy and regulations: Sulfur oxides.
52.1602  [Reserved]
52.1603  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1604  Control strategy and regulations: Total suspended particulates.
52.1605  EPA-approved New Jersey regulations.
52.1606  Visibility protection.
52.1607  Small business technical and environmental compliance 
          assistance program.

                         Subpart GG--New Mexico

52.1620  Identification of plan.
52.1621  Classification of regions.
52.1622  Approval status.
52.1623--52.1626  [Reserved]
52.1627  Control strategy and regulations: Carbon monoxide.
52.1628--52.1633  [Reserved]
52.1634  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1635  Rules and regulations.
52.1636  Visibility protection.
52.1637  Particulate Matter (PM10) Group II SIP commitments.
52.1638  Bernalillo County particulate matter (PM10) Group II 
          SIP commitments.
52.1639  Prevention of air pollution emergency episodes.

                          Subpart HH--New York

52.1670  Identification of plans.
52.1671  Classification of regions.
52.1672  Extensions.
52.1673  Approval status.
52.1674  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating 
          to new motor vehicles.
52.1675  Control strategy and regulations: Sulfur oxides.
52.1676  Control strategy: Nitrogen dioxide.
52.1677  Compliance schedules.
52.1678  Control strategy and regulations: Particulate matter.
52.1679  EPA-approved New York State regulations.
52.1680  Control strategy: Monitoring and reporting.
52.1681  Control strategy: Lead.
52.1682  [Reserved]
52.1683  Control strategy: Ozone.
52.1684--52.1688  [Reserved]
52.1689  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1690  Small business technical and environmental compliance 
          assistance program.

                       Subpart II--North Carolina

52.1770  Identification of plan.
52.1771  Classification of regions.
52.1772  Approval status.
52.1773--52.1774  [Reserved]
52.1775  Rules and regulations.
52.1776--52.1777  [Reserved]
52.1778  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1779  [Reserved]
52.1780  VOC rule deficiency correction.
52.1781  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.

                        Subpart JJ--North Dakota

52.1820  Identification of plan.
52.1821  Classification of regions.
52.1822  Approval status.
52.1823  [Reserved]
52.1824  Review of new sources and modifications.
52.1825--52.1828  [Reserved]
52.1829  Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1831  Visibility protection.
52.1832  Stack height regulations.
52.1833  [Reserved]
52.1834  Minor source permit to operate program.

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                            Subpart KK--Ohio

52.1870  Identification of plan.
52.1871  Classification of regions.
52.1872  [Reserved]
52.1873  Approval status.
52.1874  [Reserved]
52.1875  Attainment dates for achieving the sulfur dioxide secondary 
          standard.
52.1876  [Reserved]
52.1877  Control strategy: Photochemical oxidants (hydrocarbons).
52.1878  [Reserved]
52.1879  Review of new sources and modifications.
52.1880  Control strategy: Particulate matter.
52.1881  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides (sulfur dioxide).
52.1882  Compliance schedules.
52.1883  [Reserved]
52.1884  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1885  Control strategy: Ozone.
52.1886  [Reserved]
52.1887  Control strategy: Carbon monoxide.
52.1888  Operating permits.
52.1889  Small business stationary source technical and environmental 
          compliance assistance program.
52.1890  Removed control measures.
52.1919  Identification of plan-conditional approval.

                          Subpart LL--Oklahoma

52.1920  Identification of plan.
52.1921  Classification of regions.
52.1922  Approval status.
52.1923--52.1928  [Reserved]
52.1929  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1930  [Reserved]
52.1931  Petroleum storage tank controls.
52.1932  [Reserved]
52.1933  Visibility protection.
52.1934  Prevention of air pollution emergency episodes.
52.1935  Small business assistance program.

                           Subpart MM--Oregon

52.1970  Identification of plan.
52.1971  Classification of regions.
52.1972  Approval status.
52.1973--52.1976  [Reserved]
52.1977  Content of approved State submitted implementation plan.
52.1978--52.1981  [Reserved]
52.1982  Control strategy: Ozone.
52.1983--52.1984  [Reserved]
52.1985  Rules and regulations.
52.1986  [Reserved]
52.1987  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.1988  Air contaminant discharge permits.

                        Subpart NN--Pennsylvania

52.2020  Identification of plan.
52.2021  Classification of regions.
52.2022  Extensions.
52.2023  Approval status.
52.2024  General requirements.
52.2025  Legal authority.
52.2026  Conditional approval.
52.2027--52.2029  [Reserved]
52.2030  Source surveillance.
52.2031  [Reserved]
52.2032  Intergovernmental cooperation.
52.2033  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.
52.2034  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.2035  Photochemical assessment monitoring stations (PAMS) program.
52.2036  1990 Baseyear Emission Inventory.
52.2037  Control strategy: Carbon monoxide and ozone (hydrocarbons).
52.2038--52.2053  [Reserved]
52.2054  Control of asphalt paving material.
52.2055  Review of new sources and modifications.
52.2056  [Reserved]
52.2057  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating 
          to new motor vehicles.
52.2058  Prevention of significant air quality deterioration.
52.2059  Control strategy: Particulate matter.
52.2060  Small Business Assistance Program.
52.2061  Operating permits.
52.2062  Plan approvals.

                        Subpart OO--Rhode Island

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

                       Subpart PP--South Carolina

52.2120  Identification of plan.
52.2121  Classification of regions.
52.2122  Approval status.
52.2124  Legal authority.

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52.2125  [Reserved]
52.2126  VOC rule deficiency correction.
52.2127--52.2129  [Reserved]
52.2130  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.
52.2131  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2132  Visibility protection.
52.2133  General conformity.
52.2134  Original identification of plan section.

                        Subpart QQ--South Dakota

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

                          Subpart RR--Tennessee

52.2219  [Reserved]
52.2220  Identification of plan.
52.2221  Classification of regions.
52.2222  Approval status.
52.2223  Compliance schedules.
52.2224  Legal authority.
52.2225  VOC rule deficiency correction.
52.2226  Extensions.
52.2227  Prevention of air pollution emergency episodes.
52.2228  Review of new sources and modifications.
52.2229  Rules and regulations.
52.2230  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.2231  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.
52.2233  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2234  Visibility protection.
52.2235  Control strategy: Ozone.
52.2236  Control strategy; lead.
52.2237  NOX RACT and NOX conformity exemption.

                            Subpart SS--Texas

52.2270  Identification of plan.
52.2271  Classification of regions.
52.2272  [Reserved]
52.2273  Approval status.
52.2274  General requirements.
52.2275  Control strategy and regulations: Ozone.
52.2276  Control strategy and regulations: Particulate matter.
52.2277--52.2281  [Reserved]
52.2282  Public hearings.
52.2283--52.2284  [Reserved]
52.2285  Control of evaporative losses from the filling of gasoline 
          storage vessels in the Houston and San Antonio areas.
52.2286  Control of evaporative losses from the filling of gasoline 
          storage vessels in the Dallas-Fort Worth area.
52.2287--52.2300  [Reserved]
52.2301  Federal compliance date for automobile and light-duty truck 
          coating. Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC chapter 
          115), control of air pollution from volatile organic compound, 
          rule 115.191(1)(8)(A).
52.2302  [Reserved]
52.2303  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2304  Visibility protection.
52.2305  [Reserved]
52.2306  Particulate Matter (PM10) Group II SIP commitments.
52.2307  Small business assistance program.
52.2308  Area-wide nitrogen oxides (NOX) exemptions.
52.2309  Emissions inventories.
52.2310  Conditional approval.
52.2311  Motor vehicle antitampering.

                            Subpart TT--Utah

52.2320  Identification of plan.
52.2321  Classification of regions.
52.2322  [Reserved]
52.2323  Approval status.
52.2324--52.2330  [Reserved]
52.2331  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.2332  Control strategy: Ozone.
52.2333  Legal authority.
52.2334--52.2345  [Reserved]
52.2346  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2347  Stack height regulations.
52.2348  National Highway Systems Designation Act Motor Vehicle 
          Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) Programs.
52.2350  Emission inventories.
52.2351  Area-wide nitrogen oxides (NOx) exemption.

                           Subpart UU--Vermont

52.2370  Identification of plan.
52.2371  Classification of regions.
52.2372  Approval status.
52.2373  Legal authority.
52.2374  General requirements.
52.2375  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.2377  Review of new sources and modifications.
52.2378  Certification of no facilities.
52.2379  [Reserved]
52.2380  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2381  EPA-approved Vermont State regulations.

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52.2382  Rules and regulations.
52.2383  Visibility protection.
52.2384  Stack height review.
52.2385  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating 
          to new motor vehicles.

                          Subpart VV--Virginia

52.2420  Identification of plan.
52.2421  Classification of regions.
52.2422  [Reserved]
52.2423  Approval status.
52.2424  Motor vehicle emissions budgets.
52.2425  1990 Base Year Emission Inventory.
52.2426  Photochemical assessment monitoring stations (PAMS) program.
52.2427  Source surveillance.
52.2428  Control Strategy: Carbon monoxide and ozone.
52.2429-52.2432  [Reserved]
52.2433  Intergovernmental cooperation.
52.2434--52.2435  [Reserved]
52.2436  Rules and regulations.
52.2437--52.2449  [Reserved]
52.2450  Conditional approval.
52.2451  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2452  Visibility protection.
52.2453  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating 
          to new motor vehicles.
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.

                         Subpart WW--Washington

52.2470  Identification plan.
52.2471  Classification of regions.
52.2472  Extensions.
52.2473  Approval status.
52.2474  General requirements.
52.2475  [Reserved]
52.2476  Discretionary authority.
52.2477--52.2478  [Reserved]
52.2479  Contents of the federally approved, State submitted 
          implementation plan.
52.2480--52.2494  [Reserved]
52.2495  Voluntary limits on potential to emit.
52.2496  [Reserved]
52.2497  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2498  Visibility protection.

                        Subpart XX--West Virginia

52.2520  Identification of plan.
52.2521  Classification of regions.
52.2522  Approval status.
52.2523  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.2524  Compliance schedules.
52.2525  Control strategy: Sulfur dioxide.
52.2526--52.2527  [Reserved]
52.2528  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2529--52.2530  [Reserved]
52.2531  1990 base year emission inventory.
52.2532  [Reserved]
52.2533  Visibility protection.
52.2534  Stack height review.
52.2560  Small business technical and environmental compliance 
          assistance program.

                          Subpart YY--Wisconsin

52.2569  Identification of plan--conditional approval.
52.2570  Identification of plan.
52.2571  Classification of regions.
52.2572  Approval status.
52.2573  General requirements.
52.2574  Legal authority.
52.2575  Control strategy: Sulfur dioxide.
52.2576  [Reserved]
52.2577  Attainment dates for national standards.
52.2578  Compliance schedules.
52.2579--52.2580  [Reserved]
52.2581  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2582--52.2583  [Reserved]
52.2584  Control strategy; Particulate matter.
52.2585  Control strategy: Ozone.
52.2586  Small business stationary source technical and environmental 
          compliance assistance program.

                           Subpart ZZ--Wyoming

52.2620  Identification of plan.
52.2621  Classification of regions.
52.2622  Approval status.
52.2623--52.2624  [Reserved]
52.2625  Compliance schedules.
52.2626--52.2629  [Reserved]
52.2630  Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2631  [Reserved]
52.2632  Visibility protection. [Reserved]
52.2633  Stack height regulations.
52.2634  Correction of approved plan.

                            Subpart AAA--Guam

52.2670  Identification of plan.
52.2671  Classification of regions.
52.2672  Approval status.
52.2673--52.2675  [Reserved]
52.2676  Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2677  [Reserved]
52.2678  Control strategy and regulations: Particulate matter.
52.2679  Control strategy and regulations: Sulfur dioxide.
52.2680--52.2681  [Reserved]
52.2682  Air quality surveillance.
52.2683  [Reserved]

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52.2684  Source surveillance.
52.2685  [Reserved]
52.2686  Upset-breakdown reporting.

                        Subpart BBB--Puerto Rico

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

                       Subpart CCC--Virgin Islands

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

                       Subpart DDD--American Samoa

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

             Subpart EEE--Approval and Promulgation of Plans

52.2850  Approval and promulgation of implementation plans.

        Subpart FFF--Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands

52.2900  Negative declaration.
52.2920  Identification of plan.


Appendices A-C to Part 52 [Reserved]
Appendix D to Part 52--Determination of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from 
          Stationary Sources by Continuous Monitors
Appendix E to Part 52--Performance Specifications and Specification Test 
          Procedures for Monitoring Systems for Effluent Stream Gas 
          Volumetric Flow Rate



                            Subpart U--Maine



Sec. 52.1019  Identification of plan--conditional approval.

    (a) The following plan revisions were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) On November 1, 1993 the Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection submitted a revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) 
for an enhanced Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) program in 
Androscoggin, Cumberland, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, and York 
counties. This submittal was supplemented by a letter dated May 26, 1994 
describing additional changes Maine is making to the I/M program, and a 
commitment to provide additional material by July 22, 1994. On July 21, 
1994, Maine submitted a revised submission. In these submissions, the 
State submitted adequate legal and regulatory authority to establish and 
implement an I/M program which meets the requirements of the Clean Air 
Act by September 1, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated November 1, 1993, May 26, 1994 and July 21, 1994 submitting a 
revision to the Maine State Implementation Plan.
    (B) The ``Motor Vehicle Emission Inspection Program'' regulation at 
Chapter 128 of the Department of Environmental Protection regulations 
effective June 28, 1994.
    (C) Title 38, Chapter 28, Motor Vehicle Inspection Program, and 
Title 29, Section 102-C, Motor Vehicle Inspection Requirement for 
Vehicle Registration, which are state law citations authorizing the 
above regulation, both effective June 30, 1992 and revised effective 
October 13, 1993.
    (ii) Additional materials. Nonregulatory, administrative portions of 
the November 1, 1993, May 26, 1994, and

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July 21, 1994 submissions to the Maine State Implementation Plan.
    (b) [Reserved]
[59 FR 55053, Nov. 3, 1994]



Sec. 52.1020  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plan: ``Implementation Plan for the Achievement of 
National Air Quality Standards.''
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 28, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Miscellaneous non-regulatory changes to the plan submitted on 
March 17, 1972, by the Environmental Improvement Commission for the 
State of Maine.
    (2) Regulation 10.8.4(g) establishing compliance schedules for 
sources in Maine submitted on July 28, 1972, by the Environmental 
Improvement Commission for the State of Maine.
    (3) A revision removing fuel burning sources with a maximum heat 
input from three million up to 10 million BTU/hr from the particulate 
matter control strategy submitted on March 29, 1973, by the Governor.
    (4) Changes in the Open Burning Regulation 100.2 submitted on 
September 4, 1973, by the State of Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (5) An AQMA proposal submitted on June 26, 1974, by the Governor.
    (6) Revision to incinerator particulate emission standard, submitted 
on August 26, 1976 by the Commissioner of the Maine Department of 
Environmental Protection, which would exempt woodwaste cone burners from 
the plan until 1980.
    (7) Revision to incinerator particulate emission standard, submitted 
on November 18, 1976 by the Commissioner of the Maine Department of 
Environmental Protection, which would exempt municipal waste cone 
burners from the plan.
    (8) Revision to open burning regulation submitted on December 7, 
1976 by the Commissioner of the Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (9) Revisions to Chapter 5--State Implementation Plan Air Quality 
Surveillance, and Chapter 6--Revision of New Sources and Modifications, 
submitted by the Governor on March 10, 1978.
    (10) Plans to meet various requirements of the Clean Air Act, 
including Part C, were submitted on May 1, 1979, October 26, 1979 and 
December 20, 1979. Included in the revisions is a plan for review of 
construction and operation of new and modified major stationary sources 
of pollution in attainment areas.
    (11) Attainment plans to meet the requirements of Part D and the 
Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977, were submitted on May 1, 1979; 
October 26, 1979; December 20, 1979; July 9, 1980; July 31, 1980; 
December 18, 1980; March 17, 1981. Included are plans to attain: The 
secondary TSP standard for Augusta, Thomaston, Bangor and Brewer; the 
primary and secondary SO2 standard for Millinocket; the 
carbon monoxide standard for Lewiston and Bangor and the ozone standard 
for AQCRS 107 and 110. A program was also submitted for the review of 
construction and operation of new and modified major stationary sources 
of pollution in non-attainment areas. Certain miscellaneous provisions 
are also included.
    (12) A plan to provide for public involvement in federally funded 
air pollution control activities was submitted on May 28, 1980.
    (13) Revisions to Chapter 5--State Implementation Plan--Air Quality 
Surveillance, intended to meet requirements of 40 CFR part 58, were 
submitted by the Commissioner of the Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection on July 1, 1980.
    (14) Revisions to attain and maintain the NAAQS for lead were 
submitted on August 7, and November 5, 1980.
    (15) A revision to Regulation 100.6 (Chapter 106) ``Low Sulfur Fuel 
Regulation'' for the Metropolitan Portland Air Quality Control Region, 
submitted by the Governor of Maine on August 25, 1977.
    (16) Department Regulation Chapter 112, Petroleum Liquid Transfer 
Vapor Recovery, is amended to exempt the town of Searsport, Maine from 
this regulation. This amendment was submitted by Henry E. Warren, 
Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Protection on October 
23, 1981, in order to meet Part D requirements for ozone.
    (17) Regulatory revisions to the plan containing changes to Chapter 
101

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``Visible Emissions Regulation'' submitted August 7, 1980.
    (18) On May 12, 1982 and February 11, 1983 the Maine Department of 
Environmental Protection submitted an emission limit contained in an air 
emissions license which requires Pioneer Plastics, Auburn, Maine to 
reduce its volatile organic compound emissions by at least 85%.
    (19) On January 11, 1983 and March 29, 1984 and December 4, 1984 the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection submitted revisions to 
Chapter 103 ``Fuel Burning Equipment Particulate Emission Standard.''
    (20) A plan to attain the primary TSP standard in Lincoln, 
consisting of particulate emission limitations contained in an air 
emission license issued to the Lincoln Pulp and Paper Company, Inc., 
submitted by the Commissioner of the Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection on December 18, 1984.
    (21) A revision to approve the deletion of Thomaston from the list 
of applicable municipalities in Maine regulation 29 M.R.S.A. Chapter 
113, submitted by the Commissioner on February 20, 1986.
    (22) Revision to federally-approved regulation Chapter 112, 
Petroleum Liquids Transfer Vapor Recovery [originally approved on 
February 19, 1980, see paragraph (c)(11), of this section, was submitted 
on August 4, 1986, by the Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulation Chapter 112(6), Emission Testing, is amended by 
incorporating test methods and procedures as stated in 40 CFR part 60, 
subpart XX, Sec. 60.503 to determine compliance with emission standards 
for volatile organic compound emissions from bulk gasoline terminals. 
This revision to Regulation Chapter 112(6) became effective on July 22, 
1986 in the State of Maine.
    (ii) Additional material. The nonregulatory portions of the state 
submittals.
    (23) [Reserved]
    (24) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on August 22, 1988.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated August 19, 1988 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 117 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Air Regulations entitled, ``Source Surveillance,'' effective in the 
State of Maine on August 9, 1988.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.
    (25) Revisions to the Maine State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
ozone submitted on February 14, 1989 and May 3, 1989 by the Maine 
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) for its state gasoline 
volatility control program, including any waivers under the program that 
Maine may grant. The control period will begin May 1, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. Maine Department Regulation chapter 
119, Rules and Regulations of the State of Maine, entitled ``Motor 
Vehicle Fuel Volatility Limit,'' adopted August 10, 1988, amended 
Septemter 27, 1989 and effective October 25, 1989.
    (26) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on October 27, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated October 27, 1989 submitting revisions to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 100 of the Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection's Air Regulations entitled ``Definitions Regulations,'' 
except for the definition of volatile organic compounds in Chapter 
100(76) which is being incorporated by reference in 40 CFR 
52.1020(c)(27). This regulation was effective in the State of Maine on 
October 3, 1989. Note, the definition of fuel burning equipment in 
Chapter 100(29) is not part of Maine's submittal.
    (C) Chapter 110 except for Chapter 110(2) which is being 
incorporated by reference in 40 CFR 52.1020(c)(27), Chapter 113, Chapter 
114 except for Chapter 114(II) and (III) which are being incorporated by 
reference in 40 CFR 52.1020(c)(27), Chapter 115, and Chapter

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116 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection's Air 
Regulations entitled, ``Ambient Air Quality Standards,'' ``Growth Offset 
Regulation,'' ``Classification of Air Quality Control Regions,'' 
``Emission License Regulations,'' and ``Prohibited Dispersion 
Techniques,'' respectively. These regulations were effective in the 
State of Maine on October 25, 1989. Chapter 108, originally approved on 
January 30, 1980 and February 19, 1980 in paragraphs (c)(10) and (c)(11) 
of this section, is being withdrawn and replaced with Chapter 115.
    (D) Portions of Chapter 1 entitled ``Regulations for the Processing 
of Applications,'' effective in the State of Maine on February 8, 1984.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) A State Implementation Plan narrative contained in Chapter 6 
entitled ``Review of New Sources and Modifications.''
    (B) Letter dated May 1, 1989 from the Maine Department of 
Environmental Protection regarding implementation of BACT.
    (C) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.
    (27) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on October 31, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated October 31, 1989 submitting revisions to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) The definition of volatile organic compounds in Chapter 100(76) 
of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection's ``Definitions 
Regulations'' effective in the State of Maine on October 3, 1989.
    (C) Chapter 110(2) and Chapter 114 (II) and (III) of the Maine 
Department of Environmental Protection's ``Ambient Air Quality 
Standards'' and ``Classification of Air Quality Control Regions'' 
Regulations effective in the State of Maine on October 25, 1989. Note 
that Millinocket remains designated as a nonattainment area for 
SO2 until redesignated at 40 CFR 51.320.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) A State Implementation Plan narrative contained in Chapter 6 
entitled ``Review of New Sources and Modifications.''
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.
    (28) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on August 14 and October 
22, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated August 14 and October 22, 1991 submitting revisions to the Maine 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Revisions to Chapter 109 of the Maine Department of 
Environmental Protection Regulations, ``Emergency Episode Regulations,'' 
effective in the State of Maine on September 16, 1991.
    (C) Part B of the Memorandum of Understanding which the Maine 
Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) entered into (and 
effective) on March 11, 1991, with the City of Presque Isle, and the 
Maine Department of Transportation.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) An attainment plan and demonstration which outlines Maine's 
control strategy for attainment of the PM10 NAAQS and implements and 
meets RACM and RACT requirements for Presque Isle.
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (29) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on July 16, 1990, September 
5, 1990, and November 2, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated July 16, 1990, September 5, 1990, and November 2, 1990, submitting 
revisions to the Maine State Implementation Plan.
    (B) The definitions of actual emissions, baseline concentration, and 
fuel burning equipment in Chapter 100(1), 100(9), and 100(29) of Maine's 
``Definitions Regulation,'' Chapter 110(10) (except for Chapter 
110(10)(C)(3)) of Maine's ``Ambient Air Quality Standards Regulation,'' 
Chapter 113(II)(A) of Maine's ``Growth Offset Regulation,'' and Chapter 
115(I)(B), (VII)(A), (VII)(B)(3), and (VII)(D)(3) of Maine's

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``Emission License Regulations,'' effective in the State of Maine on 
July 10, 1990. Note that the revised state statute which contains the 
underlying authority to implement the NO2 increments became 
effective on July 14, 1990.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) A state implementation plan narrative contained in Chapter 6 
entitled ``Review of New Sources and Modifications.''
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.
    (30) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on September 29, 1989, 
December 5, 1989 and June 3, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated September 29, 1989, and June 3, 1991 submitting a revision to the 
Maine State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 111 ``Petroleum Liquid Storage Vapor Control'' and 
Chapter 123 ``Paper Coater Regulation,'' effective in the state of Maine 
on October 3, 1989.
    (C) Chapter 112 ``Petroleum Liquid Transfer Vapor Recovery,'' 
effective in the State of Maine on June 9, 1991.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated June 3, 1991 documenting the December 1990 survey conducted to 
satisfy the 5 percent demonstration requirement in order to justify the 
3500 gallon capacity cut-off in chapter 112.
    (B) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated December 5, 1989 requesting the withdrawal of operating permits 
for S.D. Warren of Westbrook, Eastern Fine Paper of Brewer, and Pioneer 
Plastics of Auburn incorporated by reference at 40 CFR 52.1020 (c)(11) 
and (c)(18).
    (C) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (31) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on April 20, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated April 8, 1992 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 100(54)(b) ``particulate matter emissions,'' Chapter 
100(57)(b) ``PM10 emissions,'' and revisions to Chapter 
100(28) ``federally enforceable'' and to Chapter 100(76) ``volatile 
organic compound (VOC)'' effective in the State of Maine on January 18, 
1992.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (32) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on June 5, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated June 3, 1991 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 126 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Capture Efficiency Test Procedures'' effective in the 
State of Maine on June 9, 1991.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (33) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on January 8, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated January 8, 1993, submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Revised Chapter 100 of the Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection Regulations, ``Definitions'' effective in the State of Maine 
on February 10, 1993.
    (C) Chapter 129 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Surface Coating Facilities'' effective in the State of 
Maine on February 10, 1993.
    (D) Chapter 130 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Solvent Degreasers'' effective in the State of Maine on 
February 10, 1993.
    (E) Chapter 131 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Cutback and Emulsified

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Asphalt'' effective in the State of Maine on February 10, 1993.
    (F) Chapter 132 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Graphic Arts--Rotogravure and Flexography'' effective in 
the State of Maine on February 10, 1993.
    (G) Appendix A ``Volatile Organic Compounds Test Methods and 
Compliance Procedures'' incorporated into Chapters 129 and 132 of the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection Regulations, effective in 
the State of Maine on February 10, 1993.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (34) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on January 3, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated January 3, 1994 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Revised Chapter 100 of the Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection Regulations, ``Definitions'' effective in the State of Maine 
on December 12, 1993.
    (C) Chapter 137 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Emission Statements'' effective in the State of Maine on 
December 12, 1993.
    (ii) Additional Information.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (35) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on June 3, 1991, November 
25, 1991, and July 6, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated June 3, 1991, November 25, 1991, and July 6, 1994 submitting a 
revision to the Maine State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 120 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Gasoline Tank Truck Tightness Self-Certification,'' 
effective in the State of Maine on July 11, 1994.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (36) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on July 6, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated July 6, 1994 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 100 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Definitions,'' effective in the State of Maine on July 
11, 1994, with the exception of the definitions of the following terms: 
``curtailment,'' ``federally enforceable,'' ``major modification,'' `` 
major source,'' ``nonattainment pollutant,'' ``shutdown,'' ``significant 
emissions,'' and ``significant emissions increase.''
    (C) Chapter 112 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Petroleum Liquids Transfer Vapor Recovery,'' effective in 
the State of Maine on July 11, 1994.
    (D) Chapter 118 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Gasoline Dispensing Facilities Vapor Control,'' effective 
in the State of Maine on July 11, 1994.
    (E) Chapter 133 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Petroleum Liquids Transfer Vapor Recovery at Bulk 
Gasoline Plants,'' effective in the State of Maine on July 11, 1994.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (37) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on July 12, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated July 5, 1994 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Maine's Chapter 100 entitled, ``Definition Regulations.'' This 
regulation was effective in the State of Maine on July 11, 1994.

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    (C) Maine's Chapter 113 entitled, ``Growth Offset Regulation.'' This 
regulation was effective in the State of Maine on July 11, 1994.
    (D) Maine's Chapter 115 entitled, ``Emission License Regulation,'' 
except for Section 115(VII)(E) of this Chapter and all references to 
this Section. This regulation was effective in the State of Maine on 
July 11, 1994.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.
    (38) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan establishing a Small 
Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance 
Assistance Program were submitted by the Maine Department of 
Environmental Protection on July 7, and August 16, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated July 7, 1994 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan for the Small 
Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance 
Assistance Program dated July 12, 1994 and effective on May 11, 1994.
    (C) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated August 16, 1994 submitting a corrected page to the July 12, 1994 
SIP revision.
    (39)  [Reserved]
    (40) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on June 1, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated June 1, 1994 submitting revisions to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Revisions to Chapter 114 of the Maine Department of 
Environmental Protection Regulations, ``Classification of Air Quality 
Control Regions,'' adopted by the Board of Environmental Protection on 
April 27, 1994 and accepted by the Secretary of State with an effective 
date of May 9, 1994.
    (C) Revisions to Part B of the Memorandum of Understanding which the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) entered into (and 
effective) on May 25, 1994, with the City of Presque Isle, and the Maine 
Department of Transportation.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) A maintenance demonstration and contingency plan which outline 
Maine's control strategy for maintenance of the PM10 NAAQS 
and contingency measures and provision for Presque Isle.
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (41) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on August 5, 1994 related 
to NOX controls in Oxford, Franklin, Somerset, Piscataquis, 
Penobscot, Washington, Aroostook, Hancock and Waldo Counties.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated August 5, 1994 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 138 of the Maine DEP's regulations, ``Reasonably 
Available Control Technology for Facilities that Emit Nitrogen Oxides'' 
for sources only in Oxford, Franklin, Somerset, Piscataquis, Penobscot, 
Washington, Aroostook, Hancock and Waldo Counties (excepted portions 
include Sections 1.A.1. and 3.B.). This rule was effective August 3, 
1994.
    (42) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on July 24, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Two letters from the Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection dated July 24, 1995 submitting revisions to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 100 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Definitions Regulation,'' definition of ``volatile 
organic compounds (VOC)'' effective in the State of Maine on July 25, 
1995.
    (C) Chapter 112 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Bulk Terminal Petroleum Liquid Transfer Requirements,'' 
effective in the State of Maine on July 25, 1995.

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    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (43) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on July 24, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated July 24, 1995 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 118 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Regulations, ``Gasoline Dispensing Facilities Vapor Control,'' effective 
in the State of Maine on July 25, 1995.
    (ii) Additional materials
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated May 6, 1996.
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (44) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on October 11, 1996.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
dated October 11, 1996 submitting a revision to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Chapter 141 of the Maine Department of Environmental Protection 
Air Regulation entitled, ``Conformity of General Federal Actions,'' 
effective in the State of Maine on September 28, 1996.
[37 FR 10870, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1020, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.



Sec. 52.1021  Classification of regions.

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

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                  Pollutant
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
                Air quality control region                  Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon
                                                               matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide    Ozone
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Metropolitan Portland Intrastate..........................           I         II       III       III        III
Androscoggin Valley Interstate............................          IA         IA       III       III        III
Down East Intrastate......................................          IA         IA       III       III        III
Aroostook Intrastate......................................         III        III       III       III        III
Northwest Maine Intrastate................................         III        III       III       III        III
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[37 FR 10870, May 31, 1972, as amended at 45 FR 10774, Feb. 19, 1980]



Sec. 52.1022  Approval status.

    With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Maine's plan, as identified in Sec. 52.1020, for the attainment 
and maintenance of the national standards under section 110 of the Clean 
Air Act.
[45 FR 10774, Feb. 19, 1980, as amended at 60 FR 33734, June 29, 1995]



Sec. 52.1023  Control strategy: Ozone.

    (a) Determination. EPA is determining that, as of July 21, 1995, the 
Lewiston-Auburn ozone nonattainment area has attained the ozone standard 
and that the reasonable further progress and attainment demonstration 
requirements of section 182(b)(1) and related requirements of section 
172(c)(9) of the Clean Air Act do not apply to the area for so long as 
the area does not monitor any violations of the ozone standard. If a 
violation of the ozone NAAQS is monitored in the Lewiston-Auburn ozone 
nonattainment area, these determinations shall no longer apply.

    (b) Determination. EPA is determining that, as of July 21, 1995, the 
Knox and Lincoln Counties ozone nonattainment area has attained the 
ozone standard and that the reasonable further progress and attainment 
demonstration requirements of section 182(b)(1) and related requirements 
of section 172(c)(9) of the Clean Air Act do not apply to the area for 
so long as the area does not monitor any violations of the ozone 
standard. If a violation of the ozone NAAQS is monitored in the Knox

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and Lincoln Counties ozone nonattainment area, these determinations 
shall no longer apply.
    (c) Approval. EPA is approving an exemption request submitted by the 
Maine Department of Environmental Protection on September 7, 1995, for 
the Northern Maine area from the NOX requirements contained 
in Section 182(f) of the Clean Air Act. This approval exempts Oxford, 
Franklin, Somerset, Piscataquis, Penobscot, Washington, Aroostook, 
Hancock and Waldo Counties from the requirements to implement controls 
beyond those approved in Sec. 52.1020(c)(41) for major sources of 
nitrogen oxides (NOX), nonattainment area new source review 
(NSR) for new sources and modifications that are major for 
NOX, and the applicable NOX-related requirements 
of the general and transportation conformity provisions.
[60 FR 29766, June 6, 1995, as amended at 60 FR 66755, Dec. 26, 1995]



Sec. 52.1024  Attainment dates for national standards.

    The following table presents the latest dates by which the national 
standards are to be attained.

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                              Attainment Dates Established by Clean Air Act of 1990
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                 Pollutant
                                                         -------------------------------------------------------
    Air quality control region and nonattainment area             SO2
                                                         --------------------  PM-10     NO2       CO       O3
                                                          Primary  Secondary
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
AQCR 107:
    Androscoggin County.................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (g)
    Kennebec County.....................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (g)
    Knox County.........................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (g)
    Lincoln County......................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (g)
    Waldo County........................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (d)
    Oxford Cnty. (Part) See 40 CFR 81.320...............      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (e)
    Franklin Cnty. (Part) See 40 CFR 81.320.............      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (e)
    Somerset Cnty. (Part) See 40 CFR 81.320.............      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (e)
AQCR 108:
    Aroostook Cnty. (Part) See 40 CFR 81.320............      (a)       (b)       (c)      (a)      (a)      (a)
    Remainder of AQCR...................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (a)
AQCR 109:
    Hancock County......................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (d)
    Millinocket.........................................      (e)       (e)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (a)
    Remainder of AQCR...................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (a)
AQCR 110:
    York County.........................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (g)
    Cumberland County...................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (g)
    Sagadahoc County....................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (g)
    Oxford Cnty. (Part) See 40 CFR 81.320...............      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)      (e)
AQCR 111................................................      (a)       (b)       (a)      (a)      (a)     (a)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
a Air quality levels presently below primary standards or area is unclassifiable.
b Air quality levels presently below secondary standards or area is unclassifiable.
c 12/31/94.
d 11/15/94 (one-year extension granted).
e 11/15/95.
g 11/15/96.

[60 FR 33352, June 28, 1995]

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Sec. 52.1025  Control strategy: Particulate matter.

    (a) The revisions to the control strategy resulting from the 
modification to the emission limitations applicable to the sources 
listed below or resulting from the change in the compliance date for 
such sources with the applicable emission limitation is hereby approved. 
All regulations cited are air pollution control regulations of the State 
unless otherwise noted. (See Sec. 52.1023 for compliance schedule 
approvals and disapprovals pertaining to one or more of the sources 
below.)

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                  Regulation     Date of
           Source                 Location         involved     adoption
------------------------------------------------------------------------
All sources subject to        Maine..........  100.3.1(b).....   3/29/73
 Regulation 100.3.1(b) with
 a maximum heat input from
 three million up to but not
 including ten million Btu
 per hour.
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (b) The revision to the incinerator particulate emission standard 
submitted on August 26, 1976 is disapproved because of provisions 
therein which would interfere with the attainment and maintenance of 
national ambient air quality standards.
    (c) The revision to the incinerator particulate emission standard 
submitted on November 18, 1976 is disapproved because of provisions 
therein which would interfere with the attainment and maintenance of 
national ambient air quality standards.
    (d) The revision to the open burning regulation submitted on 
December 7, 1976 is disapproved because of provisions therein which 
would interfere with the attainment and maintenance of national ambient 
air quality standards.
[38 FR 22474, Aug. 21, 1973, as amended at 43 FR 14964, Apr. 10, 1978; 
43 FR 15424, Apr. 13, 1978; 47 FR 6830, Feb. 17, 1982]



Sec. 52.1026  Review of new sources and modifications.

    The program to review operation and construction of new and modified 
major stationary sources in non-attainment areas is approved as meeting 
the requirements of part D as amended by the CAAA of 1990.
[45 FR 10775, Feb. 19, 1980, as amended at 61 FR 5694, Feb. 14, 1996]



Sec. 52.1027  Rules and regulations.

    (a) Part D--Conditional Approval.
    (b) Non-Part D--No Action. EPA is neither approving nor disapproving 
the following elements of the revisions identified in 
Sec. 52.1020(C)(10):
    (1) Intergovernmental consultation.
    (2) Interstate pollution notification requirements.
    (3) Public notification requirements.
    (4) Conflict of Interest requirements.
    (5) Permit fees.
[45 FR 10775, Feb. 19, 1980, as amended at 45 FR 59314, Sept. 9, 1980]



Sec. 52.1028  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1029  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    The program to review operation and construction of new and modified 
major stationary sources in attainment areas is approved as meeting the 
requirements of Part C.
[45 FR 6786, Jan. 30, 1980]



Sec. 52.1030  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.

    (a) The revision to Regulation 100.6 (Chapter 106) ``Low Sulfur Fuel 
Regulation'' for the Metropolitan Portland Air Quality Control Region, 
submitted by the Governor of Maine on August 25, 1977, is approved with 
the exception of paragraph 100.6.5(b) which allows the Commissioner of 
the Department of Environmental Protection to grant variances to 
Regulation 100.6.
[47 FR 948, Jan. 8, 1982]



Sec. 52.1031  EPA-approved Maine regulations.

    The following table identifies the State regulations which have been 
submitted to and approved by EPA as revisions to the Maine State 
Implementation Plan. This table is for informational purposes only and 
does not have any independent regulatory effect. To determine regulatory 
requirements for a specific situation consult the plan identified in 
Sec. 52.1020. To the extent

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that this table conflicts with Secs. 52.1020, 52.1020 governs.

                                Table 52.1031--EPA-Approved Rules and Regulations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  Date        Date
   State       Title/Subject   adopted by   approved    Federal Register    52.1020
  citation                        State      by EPA         citation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Chapter:
  1........  Regulations for     02/08/84    03/23/93  58 FR 15430......  (c)(26)...   Portions of chapter 1.
              the Processing
              of
              Applications..
  100......  ................      5/7/79      1/3/80  45 FR 6784.......  (c)(10)...  PSD Plan Only.
  100......  Definitions         12/24/79     2/19/80  45 FR 10766......  (c)(11)...  ..........................
              Regulations.
                                   2/6/80                                             ..........................
  100......  Definitions.....     10/3/89     3/23/93  58 FR 15430......  (c)(26)...  All except for the
                                                                                       definition of VOC in
                                                                                       chapter 100(76). Note
                                                                                       that this definition is
                                                                                       approved in another
                                                                                       paragraph below. In
                                                                                       addition, Maine withdrew
                                                                                       the definition of fuel
                                                                                       burning equipment in
                                                                                       chapter 100(29) from its
                                                                                       SIP submittal. This
                                                                                       definition is approved in
                                                                                       another paragraph below.
             ................  ..........  ..........  .................  (c)(27)...  Approval of definition of
                                                                                       VOC in chapter 100(76)
                                                                                       only.
  100......  Definitions         11/26/91     6/21/93  58 FR 33768......  (c)(31)...  Revised ``volatile organic
              Regulations.                                                             compound (VOC)'' and
                                                                                       ``federally
                                                                                       enforceable.'' Added
                                                                                       ``particulate matter
                                                                                       emissions'' and ``PM10
                                                                                       emissions.''
  100......  Definitions.....     7/10/90     3/18/94  59 FR 12855......  (c)(29)...  Changes to the following
                                                                                       definitions: Actual
                                                                                       emissions, baseline
                                                                                       concentration and fuel
                                                                                       burning equipment in
                                                                                       Chapter 100(1), (9), and
                                                                                       (29).
  100......  Definitions.....      1/6/93     6/17/94  59 FR 31157......  (c)(33)...  Revised to add definitions
                                                                                       associated with VOC RACT
                                                                                       rules.
  100......  Definitions.....    11/10/93     1/10/95  60 FR 2526.......  (c)(34)...  Revised to add definitions
                                                                                       associated with emission
                                                                                       statement rules.
  100......  Definitions.....     6/22/94     6/29/95  60 FR 33734......  36........  Gasoline marketing
                                                                                       definitions added
  100......  Definitions          6/22/94     2/14/96  61 FR 5694.......  (c)(37)...  Addition of 1990 Part D
              Regulation.                                                              NSR and other CAAA
                                                                                       requirements.
  100......  Definitions.....     7/19/95    10/15/96  61 FR 53639......  (c)(42)...  Definition of ``VOC''
                                                                                       revised.
  101......  Visible             10/10/79     2/17/82  47 FR 6829.......  (c)(17)...  ..........................
              Emissions.
  102......  Open Burning....     1/31/72     5/31/72  37 FR 10842......  (b).......  ..........................
  103......  Fuel Burning         1/31/72     5/31/72  37 FR 10842......  (b).......  ..........................
              Equipment
              Particulate
              Emission
              Standard.
                                  1/24/83     2/26/85  50 FR 7770.......  (c)(19)...  ..........................
  104......  Incinerator          1/31/72     5/31/72  37 FR 10842......  (b).......  ..........................
              Particulate
              Emission
              Standard.
  105......  General Process      1/31/72     5/31/72  37 FR 10842......  (b).......  ..........................
              Source
              Particulate
              Emission
              Standard.
  106......  Low Sulfur Fuel.     1/31/72     5/31/72  37 FR 10842......  (b).......  ..........................
                                  2/08/78      1/8/82  47 FR 947........  (c)(15)...  Revised limits for
                                                                                       Portland Peninsula only.
  107......  Sulfur Dioxide       1/31/72     5/31/72  37 FR 10842......  (b).......  ..........................
              Emission
              Standards for
              Sulfite Pulp
              Mills.
  109......  Emergency            1/31/72     5/31/72  37 FR 10842......  (b).......  ..........................
              Episode
              Regulation.
  109......  Emergency            8/14/91     1/12/95  60 FR 2887.......  (c)(28)...  Revisions which
              Episode                                                                  incorporate the PM10
              Regulation.                                                              alert, warning, and
                                                                                       emergency levels.

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  110......  Ambient Air           5/7/79     1/30/80  45 FR 6784.......  (c)(10)...  ..........................
              Quality
              Standards.
  110......  Ambient Air         10/25/89     3/23/93  58 FR 15430......  (c)(26)...  All of chapter 110 except
              Quality                                                                  for chapter 110(2) which
              Standards.                                                               is approved in another
                                                                                       paragraph, below. Note
                                                                                       that Maine did not submit
                                                                                       its Chromium standard in
                                                                                       chapter 110(12) for
                                                                                       approval.
             ................  ..........  ..........  .................  (c)(27)...  Chapter 110(2) only.
  110......  Ambient Air          7/10/90     3/18/94  59 FR 12855......  (c)(29)...  Addition of NO2 increments
              Quality                                                                  for class I and II areas
              Standards.                                                               in Chapter 110(10). Note
                                                                                       that class III increment
                                                                                       in Chapter 110(10)(C)(3)
                                                                                       is not part of submittal.
  111......  Petroleum Liquid      5/7/79     2/19/80  45 FR 10766......  (c)(11)...  ..........................
              Storage Vapor
              Control.
                                  9/27/89      2/3/92  57 FR 3948.......  (c)(30)...
  112......  Petroleum                        2/19/80  45 FR 10766......  (c)(11)...
              Liquids
              Transfer
              Recovery.
                                   5/7/79      3/5/82  47 FR 9462.......  (c)(16)...  Irving Oil, Searsport
                                                                                       exempted.
                                  7/22/86      2/2/87  52 FR 3117.......  (c)(22)...  Bulk Gasoline Terminal
                                                                                       Test methods.
                                  5/22/91      2/3/92  57 FR 3948.......  (c)(30)...  The exemption for Irving
                                                                                       Oil Corporation in
                                                                                       Searsport, Maine
                                                                                       incorporated by reference
                                                                                       at 40 CFR 52.1020(c)(16)
                                                                                       is removed.
  112......  Petroleum            6/22/94     6/29/95  60 FR 33734......  36........  Deleted exemption for tank
              liquids                                                                  trucks less than 3500
              transfer                                                                 gallons.
              recover.
  112......  Gasoline Bulk        7/19/95    10/15/96  61 FR 53639......  (c)(42)...  Emission limit lowered
              Terminals.                                                               from 80 mg/l to 35 mg/l.
  113......  Growth Offset         5/7/79     2/19/80  45 FR 10766......  (c)(11)...  Part of New Source Review
              Regulation.                                                              program.
                                 12/18/85    12/23/86  51 FR 45886......  (c)(21)...  Deletes Thomaston.
  113......  Growth Offset       10/25/89     3/23/93  58 FR 15430......  (c)(26)...  ..........................
              Regulation.
  113......  Growth Offset        7/10/90     3/18/94  59 FR 12855......  (c)(29)...  Change to Chapter
              Regulation.                                                              113(II)(A) to include
                                                                                       NO2.
  113......  Growth Offset        6/22/94     2/14/96  61 FR 5694.......  (c)(37)...  Addition of 1990 Part D
              Regulation.                                                              NSR requirements.
  114......  Classification        5/7/79     1/30/80  45 FR 6874.......  (c)(10)...
              of Air Quality
              Control Regions.
  114......  Designation of      10/25/89     3/23/93  58 FR 15430......  (c)(26)...  All except for chapter
              Air Quality                                                              114(11) and (111) which
              Control Regions.                                                         are approved in another
                                                                                       paragraph below.
             ................  ..........  ..........  .................   (c)(27)..   Chapter 114(11)and (111)
                                                                                       only.
  114......  Classification       4/27/94    Aug. 30,  60 FR 45060......  (c)(40)...  Revision to remove Presque
              of Air Quality                     1995                                  Isle as nonattainment for
              Control Regions.                                                         PM10.
  115......  Emission License      5/7/79     1/30/80  45 FR 6784.......  (c)(10)...  PSD
              Regulation..
               ..............    12/24/79     2/19/80  45 FR 10766......  (c)(11)...  New Source Review.
               ..............    10/25/89     3/23/93  58 FR 15430......  (c)(26)...  Note Maine did not submit
                                                                                       references to
                                                                                       nonregulated pollutants
                                                                                       for approval. Also note
                                                                                       that this chapter was
                                                                                       formerly chapter 108.

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  115......  Emission License     7/10/90     3/18/94  59 FR 12855......  (c)(29)...  Changes to Chapter
              Regulation.                                                              115(I)(B), (VII)(A),
                                                                                       VII)(B)(3), and
                                                                                       (VII)(D)(3) to remove
                                                                                       Chapter 108 and to
                                                                                       incorporate NO2
                                                                                       increments requirements.
  115......  Emission License     6/22/94     2/14/96  61 FR 5694.......  (c)(37)...  Addition of 1990 Part D
              Regulation.                                                              NSR and other CAAA
                                                                                       requirements.
  116......  Prohibited          10/25/89     3/23/93  58 FR 15430......  (c)(26)...
              Dispersion
              Techniques..
  117......  Source                8/9/88     3/21/89  54 FR 11525......  24........
              Surveillance.
  118......  Gasoline             6/22/94     6/29/95  60 FR 33734......  36........  ..........................
              Dispensing
              Facilities.
               ..............     7/19/95    10/15/96  61 FR 53639......  (c)(43)...  Stage II vapor recovery
                                                                                       requirements added.
  119......  Motor Vehicle        9/27/89      5/3/90  55 FR 20603......  (c)(25)...  ..........................
              Fuel Volatility
              Limit.
  120......  Gasoline Tank        6/22/94     6/29/95  60 FR 33734......  35........  ..........................
              Trucks.
  123......  Paper Coater         9/27/89      2/3/92  57 FR 3949.......  (c)(30)...  The operating permits for
              Regulation.                                                              S.D. Warren of Westbrook,
                                                                                       Eastern Fine Paper of
                                                                                       Brewer, and Pioneer
                                                                                       Plastics of Auburn
                                                                                       incorporated by reference
                                                                                       at 40 CFR Sec.  52.1020
                                                                                       (c)(11), (c)(11), and
                                                                                       (c)(18), respectively,
                                                                                       are withdrawn.
  126......  Capture              5/22/91     3/22/93  58 FR 15282......  (c)(32)...
              Efficiency Test
              Procedures.
  129......  Surface coating       1/6/93     6/17/94  59 FR 31157......  (c)(33)...  Includes surface coating
              Facilities.                                                              of: Cans, fabric, vinyl,
                                                                                       metal furniture, flatwood
                                                                                       paneling, and
                                                                                       miscellaneous metal parts
                                                                                       and products.
  130......  Solvent               1/6/93     6/17/94  59 FR 31157......  (c)(33)...
              Degreasers.
  131......  Cutback and           1/6/93     6/17/94  59 FR 31157......  (c)(33)...
              Emulsified
              Asphalt.
  132......  Graphic Arts:         1/6/93     6/17/94  59 FR 31157......  (c)(33)...
              Rotogravure and
              Flexography.
  133......  Gasoline Bulk        6/22/94     6/29/95  60 FR 33734......  36........  ..........................
              Plants.
  137......  Emission            11/10/93     1/10/95  60 FR 2526.......  (c)(34)...
              Statements.
  138......  Reasonably            8/3/94    December  60 FR 66755......  (c)(41)...  Affects sources only in
              Available                      26, 1995                                  Oxford, Franklin,
              Control                                                                  Somerset, Piscataquis,
              Technology For                                                           Penobscot, Washington,
              Facilities That                                                          Aroostook, Hancock and
              Emit Nitrogen                                                            Waldo Counties (excepted
              Oxides.                                                                  portions of rule include
                                                                                       Sections 1.A.1. and
                                                                                       3.B.).
141........  Conformity of        9/11/96   September  62 FR 49611......  (c)(44)...  ``Chapter 141: Conformity
              General Federal                23, 1997                                  of General Federal
              Actions.                                                                 Actions''.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Note.--1. The regulations are effective statewide unless stated otherwise in comments section.

(Secs. 110(a) and 301(a) of the Clean Air Act, as amended (42 U.S.C. 
7410(a) and 7601(a)))

[50 FR 3336, Jan. 24, 1985, as amended at 50 FR 7770, Feb. 26, 1985; 51 
FR 45886, Dec. 23, 1986; 52 FR 3117, Feb. 2, 1987; 54 FR 11525, Mar. 21, 
1989; 55 FR 20603, May 18, 1990; 57 FR 3948, Feb. 3, 1992; 58 FR 15282, 
Mar. 22, 1993; 58 FR 15430, Mar. 23, 1993; 58 FR 33768, June 21, 1993; 
59 FR 12855, Mar. 18, 1994; 59 FR 31157, June 17, 1994; 60 FR 2526, Jan. 
10, 1995; 60 FR 2887, Jan. 12, 1995; 60 FR 33734, June 29, 1995; 60 FR 
45059, Aug. 30, 1995; 60 FR 66755, Dec. 26, 1995; 61 FR 5694, Feb. 14, 
1996; 61 FR 53639, Oct. 15, 1996; 62 FR 49611, Sept. 23, 1997]

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Sec. 52.1033  Visibility protection.

    (a) The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not 
met because the plan does not include approvable procedures for meeting 
all of the requirements of 40 CFR 51.302 or 51.306 for the protection of 
visibility in mandatory class I Federal areas.
    (b)  [Reserved]
    (c) Long-term strategy. The provisions of Sec. 52.29 are hereby 
incorporated into the applicable plan for the State of Maine.
[52 FR 45138, Nov. 24, 1987, as amended at 58 FR 15431, Mar. 23, 1993]



Sec. 52.1034  Stack height review.

    The State of Maine has declared to the satisfaction of EPA that no 
existing emission limitations have been affected by stack height credits 
greater than good engineering practice or any other prohibited 
dispersion techniques as defined in EPA's stack height regulations as 
revised on July 8, 1985. Such declarations were submitted to EPA on 
December 17, 1985; May 30, 1986; October 2, 20, and 24, 1986; August 6, 
1987; September 8 and 30, 1988.
[54 FR 8190, Feb. 27, 1989]



Sec. 52.1035  Requirements for state implementation plan revisions relating to new motor vehicles.

    Maine must comply with the requirements of Sec. 51.120.
[60 FR 4737, Jan. 24, 1995]



Sec. 52.1036  Emission inventories.

    (a) The Governor's designee for the State of Maine submitted 1990 
base year emission inventories for the Knox and Lincoln Counties area, 
the Lewiston and Auburn area, the Portland area, and the Hancock and 
Waldo Counties area on July 25, 1995 as a revision to the State 
Implementation Plan (SIP). The 1990 base year emission inventory 
requirement of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 
1990, has been satisfied for these areas.
    (b) The inventory is for the ozone precursors which are volatile 
organic compounds, nitrogen oxides, and carbon monoxide. The inventory 
covers point, area, non-road mobile, on-road mobile, and biogenic 
sources.
    (c) The Knox and Lincoln Counties nonattainment area is classified 
as moderate. The Lewiston and Auburn nonattainment area is classified as 
moderate and consists of Androscoggin and Kennebec Counties. The 
Portland nonattainment area is classified as moderate and consists of 
Cumberland, Sagadahoc and York Counties. The Hancock and Waldo Counties 
nonattainment area is classified as attainment.
    (d) The Governor's designee for the State of Maine submitted 1993 
periodic year emission inventories for the Hancock and Waldo Counties 
area on May 13, 1996 as a revision to the State Implementation Plan 
(SIP). The 1993 periodic year emission inventory requirement of section 
182(3)(A) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990, has been satisfied 
for the Hancock and Waldo counties area.
    (e) On June 24, 1997, the Maine Department of Environmental 
Protection submitted a revision to establish explicit year 2006 motor 
vehicle emissions budgets [6.44 tons per summer day of VOC, and 8.85 
tons per summer day of NOX] for the Hancock and Waldo 
counties ozone maintenance area to be used in determining transportation 
conformity.
[62 FR 9086, Feb. 28, 1997, as amended at 62 FR 41277, Aug. 1, 1997]



                           Subpart V--Maryland



Sec. 52.1070  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plans:
    (1) ``Plan for Implementation of Ambient Air Quality Standards in 
Cumberland, Maryland-Keyser, West Virginia, Interstate Air Quality 
Control Region.''
    (2) ``Plan for Implementation of Ambient Air Quality Standards in 
the Central Maryland Intrastate Air Quality Control Region.''
    (3) ``Plan for Implementation of Ambient Air Quality Standards in 
the Metropolitan Baltimore Intrastate Air Quality Control Region.''
    (4) ``Plan for Implementation of Ambient Air Quality Standards in 
the Maryland portion of the National Capital Interstate Air Quality 
Control Region.''

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    (5) ``Plan for Implementation of Ambient Air Quality Standards in 
the Southern Maryland Intrastate Air Quality Control Region.''
    (6) ``Plan for Implementation of Ambient Air Quality Standards in 
the Eastern Shore Intrastate Air Quality Control Region.''
    (b) The plans were officially submitted on January 28, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions and errata to the plan 
submitted on February 25, 1972, by the Maryland Bureau of Air Quality 
Control.
    (2) Clarification of emission data submitted on March 3, 1972, by 
the Maryland Bureau of Air Quality Control.
    (3) Final State emission limitations, Regulations 10.03.35-10.03.41 
of the Maryland Air Pollution Control Regulations, submitted on April 4, 
1972, by the Maryland Bureau of Air Quality Control.
    (4) Miscellaneous non-regulatory corrections and additions to the 
plan submitted on April 28, 1972, by the Maryland Bureau of Air Quality 
Control.
    (5) Miscellaneous non-regulatory corrections and additions to the 
plan submitted on May 8, 1972, by the Maryland Bureau of Air Quality 
Control.
    (6) Revision establishing unsuitable sites for construction of power 
plants submitted July 27, 1972, by the Maryland Department of Natural 
Resources.
    (7) Transportation control plan for Metropolitan Baltimore and 
National Capital AQCR Submitted on April 16, 1973, by the Governor.
    (8) Amendments to the Maryland Transportation Control Plans 
submitted on May 5, 1973, by the Governor.
    (9) Amendments to the Maryland Transportation Control Plans 
submitted on June 15, 1973, by the Governor.
    (10) Amendments to the Maryland Transportation Control Plans 
submitted on June 22, 1973, by the Governor.
    (11) Amendments to the Maryland Transportation Control Plans 
submitted on June 28, 1973, by the Governor.
    (12) Amendments to the Maryland plan for attainment and maintenance 
of secondary SO2 standard for Metropolitan Baltimore AQCR 
submitted on July 31, 1973, by the Governor.
    (13) Amendment to Maryland regulations 10.03.38.04J and 10.03.39.04J 
covering gasoline handling vapor control submitted on April 24, 1974, by 
the Governor of Maryland.
    (14) Request for regulations 10.03.38.06G(2) and 10.03.39.06G(2) to 
be withdrawn from consideration submitted on November 29, 1974, by the 
Governor of Maryland.
    (15) Amendments to Maryland Regulations 10.03.36, 10.03.37, 
10.03.39, 10.03.40 and 10.03.41; deleting subsection .04B(3), which 
requires the lowering of the allowable sulfur-in-fuel limitation to 0.5 
percent submitted on December 11, 1974 by the Governor.
    (16) Amendment to Sections .04J(1) and .04J(2) of Maryland 
Regulations 10.03.38 and 10.03.39 (vapor recovery, Stage I); submitted 
on April 24, 1974, and amended on July 1, 1975 by the Governor.
    (17) Amendment to Sections .04B(1) and .04B(2) of Maryland 
Regulations 10.03.37, 10.03.40 and 10.03.41 (allowable sulfur content in 
fuel); submitted on July 1, 1975 by the Governor.
    (18) Amendment to Maryland Regulation 10.03.38, deleting subsection 
.04B(3), which requires the lowering of the allowable sulfur-in-fuel 
limitation to 0.5 percent, submitted on December 11, 1974 by the 
Governor.
    (19) Amendments to Sections .03 (Air Pollution Episode System), .06 
(Test Methods) and .11 (Permits); and deletion of Section .04 (Prior 
Registration of Proposed Installations) of Maryland Regulation 10.03.35 
(Regulations Governing Air Pollution Control in the State of Maryland); 
amendments to Sections .03 (Control of Particulate Emissions), .04 
(Control and Prohibition of oxides of nitrogen emissions), and 
associated tables of Maryland Regulations 10.03.36, 10.03.37, 10.03.40, 
and 10.03.41 (Regulations Governing Air Pollution Control in the 
Cumberland-Keyser, Central Maryland, Southern Maryland, and Eastern 
Shore AQCRs); amendments to Sections .03 (Control and Prohibition of 
Particulate Emissions), .04 (Control and Prohibition of Hydrocarbons 
andOxides of Nitrogen Emissions) and .06 (Control and Prohibition of 
Installations and Operations)

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and associated tables of Maryland Regulations 10.03.38 and 10.03.39 
(Regulations Governing Air Pollution Control in the Metropolitan 
Baltimore and National Capital AQCRs); submitted on April 24, 1974 by 
the Governor.
    (20) Amendments to Sections .01 (Definitions), .04 (Ambient Air 
Quality Standards (former Section .05 of Regulations)), 10.03.36 through 
10.03.41 (Regulations Governing Control of Air Pollution in the State of 
Maryland); amendments to Sections .01 (Control and Prohibition of Open 
Burning), .02 (Control and Prohibition of Particulate Emissions), .03 
(Control and Prohibition of Sulfur Oxides, Hydrocarbons and Oxides of 
Nitrogen Emissions), and .06 (Control and Prohibition of Installations 
and Operations) of Maryland Regulations 10.03.36, 10.03.37, 10.03.40, 
and 10.03.41 (Regulations Controlling Air Pollution in the Cumberland-
Keyser, Central Maryland, Southern Maryland and Eastern Shore AQCRs); 
amendments to Section .02 (Control and Prohibition of Visible 
Emissions), .03 (Control and Prohibition of sulfur oxides, hydrocarbons, 
and oxides of nitrogen emissions), and .06 (Control and Prohibition of 
Installations and Operations) of Maryland Regulations 10.03.38 and 
10.03.39 (Regulations Controlling Air Pollution in the Metropolitan 
Baltimore and National Capital AQCRs); submitted on December 11, 1974 by 
the Governor.
    (21) Amendments to Section .11 (Permits) of Maryland Regulation 
10.03.35 (Regulations Governing Control of Air Pollution in the State of 
Maryland); amendments to Section .04 (Control and prohibition of sulfur 
oxides emissions) of Maryland Regulations 10.03.36, 10.03.37, 10.03.40 
and 10.03.41 (Regulations Governing Air Pollution Control in the 
Cumberland-Keyser, Central Maryland, Southern Maryland and Eastern Shore 
AQCR's); deletion of Section .03D(1) (Control of particulate matter from 
grain drying installations) from Maryland Regulations 10.03.36, 
10.03.37, 10.03.40 and 10.03.41; deletion of Section .03D (Control of 
particulate matter from grain drying installations) from Maryland 
Regulations 10.03.38 and 10.03.39 (Regulations Governing Air Pollution 
Control in the Metropolitan Baltimore and National Capital AQCR's) 
submitted by the Governor on July 1, 1975.
    (22) A Consent Order for the Chalk Point power plant issued by the 
Circuit Court for Montgomery County on February 27, 1978.
    (23) Amendments to Sections .01 (Definitions), .03 (Air Pollution 
Episode System), .06 (Test Methods) and .12 (Emission Test Methods); and 
deletion of Section .08 (Penalties and Plans for Compliance) of 
Regulation 10.03.35 (Regulations Governing Air Pollution Control in the 
State of Maryland); amendments to Table 1 (Emission Standards for New 
Fuel Burning Equipment) of Maryland Regulations 10.03.36 through 
10.03.41; amendments to Section .04 (Control and Prohibition of Gas and 
Vapor Emissions) and .06 (Control and Prohibition of Installations and 
Operations; and deletion of Section. .03E (Process Weight Requirements) 
and .07 (Transition from Previous Regulations) of Maryland Regulation 
10.03.38 (Regulation Governing Air Pollution Control in the Metropolitan 
Baltimore AQCR); amendments to Section .01 (Control of Open Fires) and 
.04 (Control of Gas and Vapor Emissions; and deletion of Sections .03E 
(Process Weight Requirements) and .07 (Transition from Previous 
Regulations) of Maryland Regulation 10.03.39 (Regulation Governing Air 
Pollution Control in the Maryland Portion of the National Capital 
Interstate AQCR) submitted on February 10, 1977 by the Governor.
    (24) Amendments to Maryland Regulation 10.03.35 through 10.03.41 
inclusive which supplement the English System measurement with 
equivalent metric units submitted on February 10, 1977 by the Governor.
    (25) Consent Order dated July 28, 1978 between the Potomac Electric 
Power Company and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene of the 
State of Maryland in the Circuit Court for Montgomery County (No. 
49352--Equity) submitted on August 8, 1978 by Acting Governor Blair Lee.
    (26) Consent Orders for Beall Jr./Sr. High School and Mount St. 
Mary's College issued by the Secretary of the Maryland Department of 
Health and Mental Hygiene on January 30, 1979 and March 8, 1979 
respectively.

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    (27) Amendments to Sections .01, .07, and .11 of Maryland Regulation 
10.18.01 as submitted on January 19, 1979 by the Governor.
    (28) Amendments to Sections .03D, .03F, .03H, .06I of Maryland 
Regulation 10.18.04 and 10.18.05 as submitted on January 19, 1979 by the 
Governor.
    (29) Variances from Maryland regulations 10.18.04.02(A), 
10.18.04.03(B)(3), and 10.18.04.04(B)(1) relating to visible emissions, 
particulate matter from solid fuel burning equipment and prohibition of 
usage of fuel with sulfur content in excess of one percent by weight, 
respectively. The variance request was submitted on October 24, 1979 by 
the Governor of Maryland.
    (30) Consent orders submitted by the Governor on July 16, 1975, 
November 18, 1977, and by the Administrator, Air Quality Programs on 
June 15, 1979 granting the Westvaco Corporation an exception to 
Regulation COMAR 10.18.02.04B.
    (31)-(32) [Reserved]
    (33) A consent order amending regulation 10.18.07, 10.18.07.02B, 
10.18.07.03B(2)a, for the Firestone Plastics Co., Inc., Perryville, 
Maryland, submitted on December 1, 1978, by the Maryland Environmental 
Health Administration.
    (34) Amendment to Maryland regulations 10.18.05.03(B)(2), 
10.18.05.02(A), and 10.18.05.03(B)(1)(a) relating to relaxation of 
particulate emissions, visible emissions and waiving of particulate 
control equipment requirement for the Chalk Point Generating Station 
Unit #3. The amendment, a Secretarial Order, was submitted on August 13, 
1979 by the State of Maryland.
    (35) Variance from Maryland regulation 10.18.04.02(A) relating to 
visible emissions and allowing a maximum visible emission of 25% 
opacity. This variance expires on September 11, 1982. The variance 
request was submitted on September 27, 1979 by the State of Maryland.
    (36) Amendments to Sections .01 (Definitions), .04 (Ambient Air 
Quality Standards), and .11 (Permits) of Maryland Regulation 10.18.01 
(Regulations Governing Control of Air Pollution in the State of 
Maryland); and amendments to Section .02 (Control and Prohibition of 
Visible Emissions) of Maryland Regulations 10.18.04 and 10.18.05 
(Regulations Governing Air Pollution Control in the Metropolitan 
Baltimore and National Capital AQCRS's) submitted by the Governor on 
September 26, 1979.
    (37) Amendments to Section .04J(3)a and .04J(3)b (Organic Compounds) 
of Maryland Regulations 10.18.04 and 10.18.05; submitted on February 10, 
1977 by the Governor.
    (38) Deletion of Section .06G(2) (Control and Prohibition of 
Photochemically Reactive Organic Compounds from sources existing on or 
before February 12, 1974) of Maryland Regulations 10.18.04 and 10.18.05; 
submitted on December 10, 1979 by the Governor.
    (39) Deletion of Sections .06G(1) and .06G(3) (Control and 
Prohibition of Photochemically Reactive Organic Materials From Sources 
Built or Modified after February 12, 1974) of Maryland Regulations 
10.18.04 and 10.18.05 from the Maryland State Implementation Plan (SIP).
    (40) Letter of January 21, 1980 from Maryland to EPA explaining the 
State's interpretation of the scope of coverage of Maryland Regulation 
10.18.04.04J.
    (41) Amendments to Sections .06 of Maryland Regulation 10.18.04 and 
10.18.05 as submitted on January 19, 1979 by the Governor.
    (42) Amendment to Section .01(y) of Maryland Regulation 10.18.01 as 
submitted on December 10, 1979 by the Governor.
    (43) Amendments to Regulations 10.18.04 and 10.18.05; Sections 
.04J(1)c, .04J(1)d, .04J(1)e(i), .04J(1)f, .04J(1)g, .04J(1)h, 
.04J(1)i(i), .04J(3)d, .04J(4)a, .04J(4)b, and .04J(5) a through j; 
submitted on January 19, 1979, and amended on September 26, 1979 by the 
State of Maryland.
    (44) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on December 20, 
1979 which is intended to establish an Ambient Air Quality Monitoring 
Network.
    (45) Recodification of the Maryland Regulations submitted by the 
State of Maryland on May 22, 1980.
    (46) Amendments to section .04D(4) of COMAR 10.18.04 and COMAR 
10.18.05 establishing a revised sulfur oxides emissions limitation for 
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equipment having an actual heat input in excess of 1,000 million Btu/
hour; submitted on February 20, 1980 by the Governor.
    (47) October 1, 1980 letter from George P. Ferreri, Maryland Office 
of Environmental Programs to James E. Sydnor, EPA, certifying that the 
Baltimore Gas & Electric Company's C. P. Crane Generating Station is the 
sole facility to which COMAR 10.18.04.04D(4) and 10.18.05.04D(4) would 
apply.
    (48) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on 9/10/80 
consisting of a variance issued to the General Refractories Company of 
Baltimore, Maryland exempting the Company from the ``No Visible 
Emissions'' requirements of COMAR 10.18.04.02A for aperiod of three (3) 
years commencing 9/2/80.
    (49) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on November 3, 
1980 consisting of a Consent Agreement (Order) between the State of 
Maryland and the Maryland Slag Company decreasing the particulate matter 
emission limitation for the Company.
    (50) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on October 24, 
1979 consisting of amendments to the following regulations:

    COMAR 10.18.01 as recodified in 40 CFR 52.1070(c)(45), 10.18.02 as 
recodified in 40 CFR 52.1070(c)(45), 10.18.03 as recodified in 40 CFR 
52.1070(c)(45), 10.18.04 as recodified in 40 CFR 52.1070(c)(45), 
10.18.05 as recodified in 40 CFR 52.1070(c)(45), 10.18.06 as recodified 
in 40 CFR 52.1070(c)(45), 10.18.07 as recodified in 40 CFR 
52.1070(c)(45).


    (51) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on May 22, 1980, 
consisting of changes in definitions in sections 10.18.01.01 and 
revoking of obsolete regulations, COMAR 10.03.38.04 B(4) and 10.03.39.04 
B(4).
    (52) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on April 24, 
1974, consisting of changes in COMAR 10.03.35.06 A(1) and 10.03.35.06 
A(3).
    (53) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on December 10, 
1979, consisting of changes in Sections .01 and .11 of COMAR 10.18.01, 
and in Sections .05 and .07 of COMAR 10.18.02, 10.18.03, 10.18.04, 
10.18.05, 10.18.06 and 10.18.07.
    (54) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on October 17, 
1980, consisting of an exception to COMAR 10.18.06.02B for the Maryland 
Cup Corporation.
    (55) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on August 7, 1981 
consisting of an exception to COMAR 10.18.09.07A(2)(c) for the Reading-
Whitehall Paperboard Company.
    (56) A Secretarial order submitted by the State of Maryland on June 
23, 1981 consisting of a variance issued to the Potomac Electric Power 
Company at Dickerson, Maryland exempting the company from the ``no 
visible emissions'' requirements of COMAR 10.18.09.05A(2) until five 
years from the date of approval by EPA.
    (57) A Secretarial order submitted by the State of Maryland on July 
17, 1981 consisting of a various issued to the American Cyanamid 
Company, Havre de Grace, Maryland from the ``no visible emissions'' 
requirement of COMAR 10.18.06.02B until July 8, 1986.
    (58) Amendments to COMAR 10.18.01, 10.18.06, 10.18.08, 10.18.09, 
10.18.11, 10.18.12, 10.18.13, 10.18.14, 10.18.21, and Technical 
Memorandum TM-116 (amended November 1980) as submitted by the Governor 
on May 18, 1981.
    (59) Addition of Maryland Regulation 10.18.06.14 (Control of PSD 
sources) which incorporates by reference the Federal prevention of 
significant deterioration (PSD) requirements set forth in 40 CFR 52.21; 
submitted on June 24, 1981 by the Governor.
    (60) A State Implementation Plan for the control of lead (Pb) 
emissions submitted on October 23, 1980 by the Governor.
    (61) A letter containing supplemental clarifying information with 
respect to the State's control strategy demonstration; submitted on July 
27, 1981 by the Maryland Air Management Administration.
    (62) A revised Secretarial order controlling lead emissions from the 
Mobay Chemical Corporation's frit manufacturing plant in Baltimore, 
Maryland; submitted December 16, 1981 by the Maryland Air Management 
Administration.
    (63) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on October 8, 
1981 detailing a plan for satisfying requirements of sections 121 and 
127 of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977.

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    (64) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on November 18, 
1981, consisting of a Modified Amended Consent Order for Potomac 
Electric Power Company's Chalk Point generating station.
    (65) A Secretarial order stating the terms under which a 
construction permit for a new source in a nonattainment area will be 
issued by the Northeast Maryland Waste Disposal Authority to 
Wheelabrator-Frye, Inc. to construct and operate a municipal 
incinerator; submitted on December 22, 1981 by the Director, Maryland 
Air Management Administration, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
    (66) An amendment to Code of Maryland Air Regulation (COMAR) 
10.18.08.05A(1) revising the method for calculating particulate 
emissions from incinerators located in the Cumberland-Keyser, Central 
Maryland, Southern Maryland and Eastern Shore Air Quality Control 
Regions (AQCR's), submitted on January 11, 1982 by the Governor.
    (67) Code of Maryland Air Regulations (COMAR) 10.18.10 (Control of 
Iron and Steel Production Installations); Technical Memorandum AMA-TM 
81-04: Amendment to AMA-TM 73-116; Amendments to COMAR 10.18.01.01 
(General Administrative Regulations--Definitions) and COMAR 10.18.06.02 
(General Emission Standards, Prohibitions and Restriction); and a New 
Amended Plan for Compliance for the Bethlehem Steel Corporation's 
Sparrows Point, Maryland Plant; submitted on August 11, 1981 by the 
Governor.
    (68) The revised Health-Environmental Article of the Annotated Code 
of Maryland, submitted on July 2, 1982 by the Director, Maryland Air 
Management Administration, Department of Health and Mental Hygiene.
    (69) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on November 15, 
1982, consisting of an extension to the previous visible emission 
exception to COMAR 10.18.01.08 (Exception to Visible Emission 
Requirements) for the Maryland Cup Corporation. The exception is renewed 
until September 11, 1987.
    (70) A modified Secretarial order stating the terms under which a 
construction permit for a new source in a nonattainment area will be 
issued to Wheelabrator-Frye, Inc. who will construct, own, and operate a 
municipal incinerator; submitted on March 17, 1983 by the Director, 
Maryland Air Management Administration, Department of Health and Mental 
Hygiene.
    (71) Plan Revision, excluding the schedules for additional VOC 
controls and the required Vehicle Emissions Inspection Program, 
providing for attainment of the Ozone and Carbon Monoxide Standards, 
submitted by the State on July 1, 1982 for the Metropolitan Baltimore 
Intrastate Air Quality Control Region (AQCR) and November 5, 1982 for 
the Maryland portion of the National Capital Interstate AQCR. On May 4, 
1983, and June 13 and 16, 1983, the State submitted amended I/M 
regulations. A revised schedule for the adoption of controls for VOC 
sources was submitted on December 23, 1983.
    (72) Amendments to Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) 10.18.01, 
.02, .06, .11, .13, and .21 which apply to air quality control areas III 
and IV, submitted on August 22, 1983.
    (73) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on July 12, 1983, 
consisting of a plan for Compliance for the J.L. Clark Manufacturing 
Company in Havre De Grace.
    (74) A Consent Order granting the Westvaco Corporation a sulfur 
dioxide (SO2) emissions limitation which is equivalent to 
COMAR 10.18.09. 07(A)(1)(a); submitted on September 7, 1983, as amended 
on February 7, 1984 by the Maryland Air Management Administration.
    (75) Revision submitted by the State of Maryland on December 13, 
1983 consisting of a Plan for Compliance for the General Motors 
Corporation, GM Assembly Division, Baltimore City Plant.
    (76) Revision submitted by the State of Maryland on December 13, 
1983 consisting of a Plan for Compliance for the American Can Company, 
Baltimore City.
    (77) Revision submitted by the State of Maryland on December 13, 
1983 consisting of a Plan for Compliance for the National Can 
Corporation, Baltimore County.
    (78) Revision submitted by the State of Maryland on April 6, 1984 
consisting of a Plan for Compliance for the Crown

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Cork and Seal Company, Inc., Baltimore City.
    (79) Revision submitted by the State of Maryland on April 6, 1984 
consisting of a Plan for Compliance for the Continental Can Company, 
Baltimore City.
    (80) A revision submitted by the State of Maryland on January 26, 
1984, and May 25, 1984 consisting of amendments to change the State's 
stationary source stack testing procedures document and to correct a 
State procedural defect relating to procedures for observing visible 
emissions from iron and steel facilities.
    (81) [Reserved]
    (82) Revisions to the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) were 
submitted by the Director of the Maryland Air Management Administration 
of March 14, 1984.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Amendments to COMAR 10.18.02 
(Permits, Approvals and Registration) and COMAR 10.18.08 (Control of 
Incinerators), as published in the Maryland Register on February 3, 1984 
(proposed on November 11, 1983).
    (ii) Additional material. (A) Letter from the MAMA dated November 
29, 1984 clarifying that permit applications would only be accepted from 
incinerators subject to the hazardous waste facility regulations and 
that hazardous waste facility permits would be treated as air quality 
permits for all purposes.
    (83) Revisions to the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR) were 
submitted by the Director of the Maryland Air Management Administration 
on March 14, 1984.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to COMAR 10.18.09 (Control of Fuel Burning Equipment 
and Stationary Internal Combustion Engines), as published in the 
Maryland Register on March 2, 1984.
    (ii) Additional information.
    (A) Letter from MAMA dated November 29, 1984 clarifying that a 
permit cannot be issued for the sources unless they undergo new source 
review as under COMAR 10.18.02 (Permits, Approvals and Registration).
    (84) [Reserved]
    (85) Revisions to the Ozone Attainment Plan were submitted by the 
Director, Maryland Air Management Administration, on August 1, 1984.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State Secretarial Order for the Monarch Manufacturing Company 
located in Belcamp, Maryland, allowing interim VOC emission standards to 
be used by the Company until source-specific regulations are developed 
by MAMA. The Company shall come into compliance with the source-specific 
regulations within six months after their adoption. The Secretarial 
Order was approved on July 23, 1984.
    (86) Revisions submitted on March, 1, 1989 by the Secretary, 
Maryland Department of the Environment, amending the Code of Maryland 
Air Regulations (COMAR) 10.18.21.10 (Graphic Arts) and COMAR 10.18.21.13 
(Miscellaneous Metal Coating, Interior Sheet Drum Lining).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to COMAR 10.18.21.10, pertaining to graphic arts, and 
COMAR 10.18.21.13, pertaining to miscellaneous metal coating, interior 
sheet drum lining. These revisions were adopted by the Secretary of 
Health and Mental Hygiene on June 10, 1987and became effective on August 
10, 1987.
    (ii) Additional information.
    (A) Letter of June 30, 1987 from George P. Ferreri, Director, 
Maryland Air Management Administration, to Thomas J. Maslany, EPA Region 
III, forwarding revisions to COMAR 10.18.21.10 and COMAR 10.18.21.13.
    (B) Letter of March 13, 1989 from George P. Ferreri, Director, 
Maryland Air Management Administration to Stanley L. Laskowski, Acting 
Regional Administrator, EPA Region III, clarifying information with 
respect to the adopted and effective dates of the revisions to COMAR 
10.18.21.10 and COMAR 10.18.21.13.
    (87) A revision submitted by the Secretary, Maryland Department of 
Health and Mental Hygiene on March 30, 1987, consisting of amendments to 
the Good Engineering Practice (GEP) Stack Height Regulations, COMAR 
10.18.01.08 (Determination of Ground Level Concentrations--Acceptable 
Techniques).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 30, 1987 from the Secretary, Maryland Department 
of Health and Mental Hygiene.

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    (B) COMAR 10.18.01.08 (Determination of Ground Level 
Concentrations--Acceptable Techniques), which was adopted by the 
Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene on January 23, 1987.
    (ii) Additional information.
    (A) None.
    (88) [Reserved]
    (89) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment on June 30, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maryland Department of Environment dated June 
30, 1987 submitting a revision to the Maryland State Implementation Plan 
pertaining to the definitions of true vapor pressure and vapor pressure.
    (B) Maryland Register Volume 13, page 2048; COMAR 10.18.01.01 
Definitions V-1. and X-1 (Now recodified as COMAR 26.11.01.01 Z. and 
CC.).
    (90) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment on March 21, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maryland Department of Environment dated March 
21, 1991 submitting a revision to the Maryland State Implementation 
Plan.
    (B) Recodified Maryland Regulations, revised effective August 1, 
1988.
    (1) COMAR 26.11.01.01A. through J., L., O. through BB., DD. (except 
for ``ammonium carbonates''); COMAR 26.11.01.02 through 26.11.01.09.
    (2) COMAR 26.11.02.01 through 26.11.02.03A.(6)(o), 26.11.02.03A.(7) 
through 26.11.02.09, 26.11.02.10A., 10E., 26.11.02.11A., .11B.(2)-(3), 
11C., 26.11.02.12 through 26.11.02.16.
    (3) COMAR 26.11.03.01 through 26.11.03.03, 26.11.03.05 through 
26.11.03.08.
    (4) COMAR 26.11.05--(Entire Chapter).
    (5) COMAR 26.11.06.03A.-.03C.; 26.11.06.05, 26.11.06A., .06C., .06D; 
26.11.06.10, 26.11.06.11, 26.11.06.15, 26.11.06.16.
    (6) COMAR 26.11.07.01 through 26.11.07.04, 26.11.07.05A. (1), (2), 
26.11.07.05A.(5) through .05A.(7), 26.11.07.05B (1), (2), (4), (5).
    (7) COMAR 26.11.09.01 through 26.11.09.04, 26.11.09.05B., 
26.11.09.06 through 26.11.09.09.
    (8) COMAR 26.11.10--Entire chapter except for COMAR 
26.11.10.03B.(3).
    (9) COMAR 26.11.11--Entire chapter except for COMAR 26.11.11.04A(1)-
(4).
    (10) COMAR 26.11.12--Entire Chapter.
    (11) COMAR 26.11.13.01 (definitions of ``external floating roof,'' 
``gasoline,'' ``internal floating roof,'' ``liquid-mounted seal,'' 
``metallic-type shoe seal,'' ``rim-mounted secondary seal,'' ``shoe 
mounted secondary seal,'' ``tank truck,'' ``vapor control system,'' 
``vapor mounted seal''; 26.11.13.02 (except for .02C(3)), 26.11.13.03, 
26.11.13.04B., 26.11.13.05.
    (12) COMAR 26.11.19.01A., 01B(2), (4), (5), .02A, .02B(1) (except 
for ``low VOC adhesives''), .02B(2), (3), .02C(1), (2), .02D., .02E 
(except for all references to variables ``C'' and ``D''), .02F(1), (2), 
(3) (except for ``and''); 26.11.19.04 through 26.11.19.10, 26.11.19.13, 
26.11.19.14.
    (13) COMAR 26.11.20--Entire Chapter except for COMAR 26.11.20.02.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Remainder of the March 21, 1991 State Submittal known as 
Maryland 91-01B.
    (91) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment--Air Management Administration on 
August 20, 1984, regarding a bubble for American Cyanamid in Havre de 
Grace, Maryland.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maryland Department of Health and Mental 
Hygiene--Air Management Administration (now known as the Maryland 
Department of the Environment--Air Management Administration) dated 
August 20, 1984 submitting a revision to the Maryland State 
Implementation Plan regarding a bubble for American Cyanamid.
    (B) Secretarial Order (By Consent) between American Cyanamid and the 
Maryland State Department of Health and Mental Hygiene--Air Management 
Administration (now known as the Maryland Department of the 
Environment--Air Management Administration) except for section 2, 
approved on August 2, 1984.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter dated September 17, 1984 from Ronald E. Lipinski, MAMA, 
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James Topsale, EPA Region III, providing emissions information for the 
sources involved in the American Cyanamid bubble.
    (B) Public Hearing record for the May 23, 1984 public hearing.
    (C) Technical Support Document, prepared by Maryland, for American 
Cyanamid, including formulas to calculate bubble emissions.
    (92) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment on December 15, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from the Maryland 
Department of Environment dated December 15, 1987 submitting a revision 
to the Maryland State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments to the Code of Maryland Air Regulations (COMAR) 
10.18.03, State Adopted National Ambient Air Quality Standards and 
Guidelines limited to the amendment of 10.18.03.04, carbon monoxide and 
COMAR 10.18.06, General Emission Standards, Prohibitions, and 
Restrictions, limited to the amendment of 10.18.06.04, carbon monoxide 
in areas III and IV. The amendments to COMAR 10.18.03.04 and 10.18.06.04 
were adopted by the Maryland Department of the Environment on November 
4, 1987, and made effective on January 5, 1988.
    (93) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment on December 30, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maryland Department of Environment dated 
December 15, 1987, submitting revisions to the Maryland State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments to regulations 10.18.01 O-1, 10.18.02.03 H(3)(i), and 
10.18.06.14 under the Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations 
(COMAR) revising Maryland's prevention of significant deterioration 
program to incorporate changes to 40 CFR 52.21 made between 1980 and 
1986. The amendments to COMAR 10.18.01 O-1, 10.18.02.03 H(3)(i), and 
10.18.06.14 were effective on January 5, 1988 in the State of Maryland.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) None.
    (94) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment on March 8, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maryland Department of Environment dated March 
1, 1989, submitting revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments to regulations 26.11.01.01, 26.11.02.10 (C)(9), and 
26.11.06.14 (proposed as 10.18.01 O-1, 10.18.02.03 H(3)(i), and 
10.18.06.14) under the Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations 
(COMAR) revising Maryland's prevention of significant deterioration 
program to incorporate changes to 40 CFR 52.21 made between 1986 and 
1987, thereby establishing the increment for NO2 and 
requiring sources to conduct an NO2 increment consumption 
analysis. The amendments to COMAR 26.11.01.01, 26.11.02.10 (C)(9), and 
26.11.06.14 were effective on March 21, 1989 in the State of Maryland.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) None.
    (95) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment on March 28, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maryland Department of Environment dated March 
21, 1991 submitting revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments to regulations 26.11.01.01 and 26.11.06.14 under the 
Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) revising Maryland's 
prevention of significant deterioration program to incorporate changes 
to 40 CFR 52.21 made between 1987 and 1989. The amendments to COMAR 
26.11.01.01, and 26.11.06.14 were effective on March 31, 1991 in the 
State of Maryland. The amendments to 26.11.02.10 (C)(9) were effective 
on May 8, 1991 in the State of Maryland.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) None.
    (96) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment on April 3, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Maryland Department of Environment dated March

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27, 1992 submitting revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments to regulations 26.11.01.01 and 26.11.06.14 under the 
Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) revising Maryland's 
prevention of significant deterioration program to incorporate changes 
to 40 CFR 52.21 made between 1989 and 1990. The amendments to COMAR 
26.11.01.01 and 26.11.06.14 were effective on February 17, 1992 in the 
State of Maryland.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Remainder of April 3, 1992, State submittal.
    (97) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted on June 
14, 1989, by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of June 14, 1989, from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting a revision to a Maryland State Implementation 
Plan.
    (B) Revision to COMAR 26.11.01.01E (Definition of ``Control 
Officer''), effective June 20, 1989.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the June 14, 1989 State submittal.
    (98) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on April 5, 1991, and amended on January 18, 1993, by the Maryland 
Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters of April 5, 1991, and January 18, 1993, from the 
Maryland Department of the Environment transmitting additions and 
revisions to Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to 
volatile organic compound regulations in Maryland's air quality 
regulations, Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) The addition of COMAR 26.11.19.15C (proposed as COMAR 
10.18.19.15C), Standards for Adhesive Application, adopted by the 
Secretary of Health and Hygiene on June 10, 1987, effective August 10, 
1987;
    (C) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.15C adopted by the Secretary of the 
Environment on March 9, 1991, effective May 8, 1991; and
    (D) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.15C(4) adopted by the Secretary of 
the Environment on January 18, 1992, effective February 15, 1993.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of April 5, 1991, and January 18, 1993, State 
submittals pertaining to COMAR 26.11.19.15C, Standards for Adhesive 
Application.
    (B) Letter of April 17, 1992, from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment clarifying the intent of its April 5, 1991, letter 
transmitting revisions and additions to Maryland's State Implementation 
Plan.
    (C) Letter of July 10, 1992, from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment clarifying Maryland's intent regarding COMAR 26.11.19.15C(4) 
and stating that Maryland was working to correct the administrative 
error in COMAR 26.11.19.15C(4) contained in the April 5, 1991, 
submittal.
    (99) Revisions to the Maryland regulations for particulate matter 
(PM-10) submitted on March 1, 1989, by the Maryland Department of the 
Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 1, 1989, from the Department of the Environment 
transmitting a revision to the Maryland State implementation plan for 
particulate matter (PM-10) Group III areas.
    (B) COMAR 10.18.01 (General Administrative Provisions), COMAR 
10.18.02 (Permits, Approvals, and Registration), COMAR 10.18.03 (State-
Adopted National Ambient Air Quality Standards and Guidelines), COMAR 
10.18.05 (Air Pollution Episode System), and COMAR 10.18.06 (General 
Emission Standards, Prohibitions, and Restrictions) as published in the 
Maryland Register on February 10, 1989. The regulations were adopted on 
January 20, 1989, and became effective on March 21, 1989.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Remainder of the State implementation plan revision request 
submitted by the Maryland Department of the Environment on March 1, 
1989.
    (100) Revisions to the Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations 
(COMAR) submitted on June 7, 1990, by the Maryland Department of the 
Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of June 7, 1990, from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting revisions to the Maryland State Implementation 
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    (B) The following revised regulations to COMAR 26.11.05 (Air 
Pollution Episode Plans), effective June 18, 1990: 26.11.05.01A., .01B., 
.01H., and .01J.; 26.11.05.02B., .02C.; 26.11.05.03A., 03B., 03D.; 
26.11.05.05A., 05B., 05C., and .05D. Deletion of the definition 
``coefficient of haze.''
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the June 7, 1990, State submittal.
    (101) Revisions to the State of Maryland Regulations Oxygenated 
Gasoline Program regulations submitted on November 13, 1992, by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment. Effective date October 26, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of November 13, 1992, from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting Oxygenated Gasoline Program regulations.
    (B) The following State of Maryland regulations effective October 
26, 1992:
    (1) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.13.01 (Control of Gasoline and 
Volatile Organic Compound Storage and Handling).
    (2) Deletion of Regulation .06 under COMAR 26.11.13 (Control of 
Gasoline and Volatile Organic Compound Storage and Handling).
    (3) New Regulation COMAR 26.11.20.03 (Mobile Sources).
    (4) COMAR 03.03.05.01, .01-1, .02-1, .05, .08, and .15 (Motor Fuel 
Inspection).
    (5) COMAR 03.03.06.01 through .06 (Emissions Control Compliance).
    (ii) The remainder of the November 13, 1992, submittal.
    (102) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on April 5, 1991 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of April 5, 1991 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting addition, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of 
Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) The following revisions to the provisions of COMAR 26.11, 
adopted by the Secretary of Health and Hygiene on June 10, 1987, 
effective August 10, 1987:
    (1) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.06.06B (proposed as 10.18.06.06B), 
pertaining to control of Volatile organic compounds from installations.
    (2) Addition of new section COMAR 26.11.06.06E, (proposed as 
10.18.06.06E), exemptions.
    (3) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.01B, (proposed as COMAR 
10.18.21.01B), including the addition of the definitions for the terms 
adhesive and exempt solvent, the renumbering of all definitions.
    (4) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.02B-F, (proposed as COMAR 
10.18.21.02B-F), pertaining to compliance methods, methods of assessing 
compliance, test methods, computations, and reporting.
    (5) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.10B, (proposed as COMAR 
10.18.21.10B), pertaining to applicability and exemptions for graphic 
arts sources.
    (6) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.13, (proposed as COMAR 
10.18.21.13), pertaining to miscellaneous metal coating.
    (7) Addition of new section COMAR 26.11.19.15A (proposed as 
10.18.21.15A), definition of terms.
    (8) Addition of new section COMAR 26.11.19.15B (proposed as 
10.18.21.15B), standards for paint, resin and adhesive manufacturing.
    (C) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.12 (proposed as COMAR 10.18.21.12), 
pertaining to dry cleaning installations, including the addition of new 
sections E and F, pertaining to equipment specifications, emission 
standards, and compliance determinations for petroleum solvent dry 
cleaning installations, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on 
April 21, 1989, effective June 20, 1989.
    (D) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.12B-F, pertaining to applicability, 
exemptions, equipment specifications, emission standards, and compliance 
determinations for perchloroethylene and petroleum solvent dry cleaning 
installations, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on May 17, 
1990, effective July 16, 1990.
    (E) The following revisions to the provisions of COMAR 26.11, 
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the Secretary of the Environment on March 9, 1991, effective May 8, 
1991:

    (1) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.01.01, including the addition of 
definitions for the terms actual emissions, allowable emissions, 
potential to emit, premises, and reasonably available control technology 
(RACT); deletion of the definition for the term Ringelmann Smoke Chart; 
amendments to definitions for the terms New Source Impacting on a Non-
Attainment Area (NSINA) and volatile organic compound (VOC); and 
renumbering of all definitions.
    (2) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.02.03A(6)(k)(vii), pertaining to 
permits to construct or modify for motor vehicle gasoline storage tanks.
    (3) The addition of new section COMAR 26.11.06.01, definitions for 
the terms installation and process line.
    (4) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.06.06A, B and E, pertaining to 
applicability, control, and exemptions for sources of volatile organic 
compounds.
    (5) The deletion of existing COMAR 26.11.13, pertaining to gasoline 
and volatile organic compound storage and handling.
    (6) The addition of new COMAR 26.11.13.01, .02, .03, .05, and .06, 
pertaining to definitions, applicability, and exemptions for gasoline 
and volatile organic compounds storage and handling, large storage 
tanks, gasoline leaks from tank trucks, and Reid Vapor Pressure.
    (7) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.01B, addition of the definition for 
the term transfer efficiency, amendments to the definition for the term 
coating.
    (8) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.02A-F, pertaining to applicability, 
compliance methods, methods of assessing compliance, test methods, 
computations, and reporting for volatile organic compound regulations.
    (9) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.07, the addition of new section B 
and revisions to new section C (former section B), pertaining to paper, 
fabric, and vinyl coating.
    (10) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.10A, the deletion of definitions 
for the terms high velocity hot-air dryer, letterpress methods, 
lithographic methods, and roll printing; revisions to the definition for 
the term web printing; and renumbering of all definitions.
    (11) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.10B and C, pertaining to graphic 
arts, including the deletion of existing section C and the addition of 
new section C.
    (12) The addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.11A, B, and C, pertaining to 
sheet-fed paper and plastic parts coating, including definitions for the 
terms fountain, letterpress printing, lithographic printing, plastic 
parts coating, and sheet-fed coating.
    (13) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.13B and C, pertaining to 
miscellaneous metal coating.
    (14) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.14B, pertaining to synthesized 
pharmaceutical products.
    (15) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.15A and B, pertaining to paint, 
resin, and adhesive manufacturing, including revisions to definitions 
for the terms adhesive application, resin thin down tank, specialty 
footwear manufacturing, specialty spiral tube winding, spiral tube 
winding, and spiral wound tube impregnating and curing, the deletion of 
the definition for the term honeycomb core installation, and the 
renumbering of all definitions.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of April 5, 1991 State submittal pertaining to COMAR 
26.11.01.01, 26.11.02.03, 26.11.06.01, 26.11.06.06A, B and E, 
26.11.13.01, 26.11.13.02, 26.11.13.03, 26.11.13.05, 26.11.13.06, 
26.11.19.01B, 26.11.19.02A-F, 26.11.19.07, 26.11.19.10, 26.11.19.11A-C, 
26.11.19.12, 26.11.19.13, 26.11.19.14B, and 26.11.19.15A and B.
    (B) Letter of April 17, 1992 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment clarifying the intent of its April 5, 1991 letter 
transmitting additions, deletions, and revisions to Maryland's State 
Implementation Plan.
    (C) Letter of October 18, 1993 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment formally withdrawing revisions to COMAR 26.11.19.11D and E, 
pertaining to lithographic printing, from consideration as revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan.
    (103) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
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September 20, 1991 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of September 20, 1991 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting addition, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of 
Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) The following revisions to the provisions of COMAR 26.11, 
adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on July 24, 1991, effective 
August 19, 1991:
    (1) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.01.01DD, the definition for the term 
volatile organic compound.
    (2) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.01.04C, pertaining to emission test 
methods, including the addition of a: reference to 40 CFR part 60; and 
Methods 1000, 1002, and 1003 and Appendixes A and B, contained in 
``Technical Memorandum 91-01, Test Methods and Equipment Specifications 
for Stationary Sources'' (January 1991).
    (3) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.13.02(C)(2), pertaining to exemptions 
for large storage tanks.
    (4) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.02D(2), pertaining to test methods.
    (5) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.07A, including amendments to the 
definition for the term paper coating, and the addition of definitions 
for the terms sheet-fed paper coating and ultraviolet curable coating, 
and the renumbering of definitions.
    (6) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.07D, pertaining to sheet-fed 
paper coating.
    (7) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.11B(2), and amendments to COMAR 
26.11.19.11C, pertaining to plastic coating.
    (8) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.12F(3) and (4), pertaining to 
compliance determinations for petroleum solvent dry cleaning 
installations.
    (9) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.16, pertaining to volatile 
organic compound equipment leaks.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the September 20, 1991 State submittal pertaining 
to COMAR 26.11.01.01DD, COMAR 26.11.01.04C, Appendixes A and B and 
Methods 1000, 1002, and 1003 contained in ``Technical Memorandum 91-01, 
Test Methods and Equipment Specifications for Stationary Sources'' 
(January 1991), COMAR 26.11.13.02(C)(2), COMAR 26.11.19.02D(2), COMAR 
26.11.19.07A, COMAR 26.11.19.07D, COMAR 26.11.19.11B(2) and C, COMAR 
26.11.19.12F(3) and (4), and COMAR 26.11.19.16.
    (104) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on April 2, 1992 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of April 2, 1992 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting addition, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of 
Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) The following revisions to the provisions of COMAR 26.11, 
adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on January 20, 1992, 
effective February 17, 1992:
    (1) Amendments to COMAR 26.1.01.01DD, the definition for the term 
volatile organic compound.
    (2) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.01.04C, pertaining to emission test 
methods, including the addition of Methods 1006, 1007, and 1008 
contained in Supplement 1 (July 1, 1991) to ``Technical Memorandum 91-
01, Test Methods and Equipment Specifications for Stationary Sources'' 
(January 1991), and revisions to Method 1000 and Appendixes A and B 
contained in Supplement 1.
    (3) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.02D, pertaining to test methods for 
coatings and adhesives containing volatile organic compounds.
    (4) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.09B, pertaining to emission 
standards for volatile organic compound metal cleaning.
    (5) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.12F(3) and (4), pertaining to 
compliance determinations for petroleum solvent dry cleaning 
installations.
    (ii) Additional material.

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    (A) Remainder of the April 2, 1992 State submittal pertaining to 
COMAR 26.11.01.01DD, COMAR 26.11.01.04C, Appendixes A and B and Methods 
1002, 1006, 1007, and 1008 contained in Supplement 1 (July 1, 1991) to 
``Technical Memorandum 91-01, Test Methods and Equipment Specifications 
for Stationary Sources'' (January 1991), COMAR 26.11.19.02D, COMAR 
26.11.19.09B, and COMAR 26.11.19.12F(3) and (4).
    (105) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on January 18, 1993 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of January 18, 1993 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting addition, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of 
Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) The following revisions to the provisions of COMAR 26.11, 
adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on January 18, 1993, 
effective February 15, 1993:
    (1) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.01.04C, pertaining to emission test 
methods, including the addition of Methods 1009, 1011, and 1012 
contained in Supplement 2 (July 1, 1992) to ``Technical Memorandum 91-
01, Test Methods and Equipment Specifications for Stationary Sources'' 
(January 1991), and revisions to Method 1003 and Appendix B contained in 
Supplement 2.
    (2) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.13.05B(2) and C(2), pertaining to 
compliance determinations for tank trucks.
    (3) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.07A(4), the definition for the term 
ultraviolet curable coating.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the January 18, 1993 State submittal pertaining to 
COMAR 26.11.01.04C, Appendix B and Methods 1003, 1009, 1011, and 1012 
contained in Supplement 2 (July 1, 1992) to ``Technical Memorandum 91-
01, Test Methods and Equipment Specifications for Stationary Sources 
(January 1991), COMAR 26.11.13.05B(2) and C(2), and COMAR 
26.11.19.07A(4).
    (106) Revisions to the Maryland Regulations submitted on September 
18, 1991 by the Maryland Department of the Environment.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of September 18, 1991 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting the continuous emission monitoring revision.
    (B) Definition amendments to Code of Maryland Administrative 
Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.01.01, excluding paragraph E-1, and new 
regulations COMAR 26.11.01.10 Continuous Emission Monitoring 
Requirements, concerning continuous opacity monitoring, effective July 
22, 1991.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Remainder of September 23, 1991 State submittal.
    (107) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on January 18, 1993, by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of January 18, 1993, from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions to Maryland's State Implementation 
Plan, pertaining to volatile organic compound regulations in Maryland's 
air quality regulations, Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations 
(COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) The addition of COMAR 26.11.24, Stage II Vapor Recovery at 
Gasoline Dispensing Facilities, adopted by the Secretary of the 
Environment on January 18, 1993, effective February 15, 1993.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the January 18, 1993, State submittal pertaining to 
COMAR 26.11.24, Stage II Vapor Recovery at Gasoline Dispensing 
Facilities.
    (108) Revisions to the Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations 
(COMAR) submitted on March 30, 1987 by the Maryland Department of Health 
and Mental Hygiene:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 30, 1987 from the Maryland Department of Health 
and Mental Hygiene transmitting revisions to the Maryland State 
Implementation Plan (SIP).
    (B) Revised COMAR 10.18.02.03H. (Action on an Application for a 
Permit and for Approval of a PSD Source or

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NSINA) (currently COMAR 26.11.02.10C.), effective March 24, 1987.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the March 30, 1987 State submittal pertaining to 
COMAR 10.18.02.03H. (currently COMAR 26.11.02.10C.).
    (109) Revisions to the State of Maryland Regulations State 
Implementation Plan submitted on November 13, 1992 by the Maryland 
Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of November 13, 1992 from Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting a revised regulation to require major sources 
of volatile organic compounds and oxides of nitrogen, Statewide, to 
certify their emissions annually.
    (B) Revisions to Title 26, COMAR 26.11.01, specifically to amend 
regulation .01, and to add regulation .05-1. Effective on December 7, 
1992.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of December 7, 1992 State submittal.
    (110) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on April 5, 1991 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of April 5, 1991 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of 
Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) The addition of COMAR 26.11.13.04, pertaining to loading 
operations, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on March 9, 
1991, effective May 8, 1991.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of April 5, 1991 State submittal pertaining to COMAR 
26.11.13.04, loading operations.
    (111) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on April 2, 1992 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of April 2, 1992 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, COMAR 26.11.
    (B) Revisions to COMAR 26.11.13.04A(3), pertaining to test 
procedures for bulk gasoline terminals, adopted by the Secretary of the 
Environment on January 20, 1992, effective February 17, 1992.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of April 2, 1992 State submittal pertaining to COMAR 
26.11.13.04A(3), test procedures for bulk gasoline terminals.
    (112) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on January 18, 1993 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of January 18, 1993 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, COMAR 26.11.
    (B) Revisions to COMAR 26.11.13.04A(3), pertaining to test 
procedures for bulk gasoline terminals, adopted by the Secretary of the 
Environment on January 18, 1993, effective February 15, 1993.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of January 18, 1993 State submittal pertaining to 
COMAR 26.11.13.04A(3), test procedures for bulk gasoline terminals.
    (113) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on June 8, 1993 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of June 8, 1993 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, COMAR 26.11.
    (B) The following revisions to the provisions of COMAR 26.11, 
adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on March 26, 1993, effective 
April 26, 1993:
    (1) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.11.02B and C, pertaining to asphalt 
paving.

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    (2) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.13.01B(1), the definition for the term 
bulk gasoline plant.
    (3) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.13.02, pertaining to applicability and 
exemptions.
    (4) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.13.04, pertaining to loading 
operations.
    (5) The addition of new COMAR 26.11.13.07, pertaining to plans for 
compliance.
    (6) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.01B(4), the definition for the term 
major stationary source of VOC.
    (7) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.02A, F, and H, pertaining to 
applicability, reporting and recordkeeping, and plans for compliance, 
respectively.
    (8) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.10, pertaining to graphic arts.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of June 8, 1993 State submittal pertaining to COMAR 
26.11.11.02B and C, COMAR 26.11.13.01B(1), COMAR 26.11.13.02, COMAR 
26.11.13.04, COMAR 26.11.13.07, COMAR 26.11.19.01B(4), COMAR 
26.11.19.02A, F, and H, and COMAR 26.11.19.10.
    (114) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 19, 1993 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 19, 1993 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, COMAR 26.11.
    (B) Revisions to COMAR 26.11.13.04A, pertaining to bulk gasoline 
terminals, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on June 25, 1993, 
effective July 19, 1993.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of July 19, 1993 State submittal pertaining to COMAR 
26.11.13.04A, bulk gasoline terminals.
    (115)-(116)  [Reserved]
    (117) The carbon monoxide redesignation request and maintenance plan 
for the Baltimore Carbon Monoxide nonattainment area, submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment on September 20, 1995, as part of 
the Maryland SIP. The emission inventory projections are included in the 
maintenance plan.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of September 20, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment requesting the redesignation and submitting the maintenance 
plan.
    (B) The ten year carbon monoxide maintenance plan for the Baltimore 
Carbon Monoxide nonattainment area adopted on August 31, 1995.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of September 20, 1995 State submittal.
    (118) The carbon monoxide redesignation and maintenance plan for the 
Counties of Montgomery and Prince George, Maryland submitted by the 
Maryland Department of the Environment on October 12, 1995, as part of 
the Maryland SIP. The emission inventory projections are included in the 
maintenance plan.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of October 12, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment requesting the redesignation and submitting the maintenance 
plan.
    (B) Maintenance Plan for the Maryland portion of the Metropolitan 
Washington Carbon Monoxide Nonattainment Area adopted on September 20, 
1995.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of October 12, 1995 State submittal.
    (119) Revisions to the Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations 
for prevention of significant deterioration submitted on July 17, 1995 
by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 17, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting revisions to the Maryland State Implementation 
Plan.
    (B) Amendments to regulations 26.11.01.01, 26.11.02.10 (C)(9) and 
26.11.06.14 under the Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations 
(COMAR) revising Maryland's prevention of significant deterioration 
program to incorporate changes to 40 CFR 52.21 made between 1992 and 
1993. The amendments were effective on May 8, 1995 in the State of 
Maryland.
    (ii) Additional material.

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    (A) Remainder of July 17, 1995 State of Maryland submittal.
    (120) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 12, 1995 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 12, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of 
Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) The following amendments to COMAR 26.11.07, pertaining to open 
fires, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on May 1, 1995, 
effective May 22, 1995:
    (1) the deletion of sections 26.11.07.01 A and B, definitions for 
the terms ``hazardous material'' and ``I.I.A. standards.''
    (2) addition of new section 26.11.07.01B, ``Terms Defined.''
    (3) addition of new sections 26.11.07.01B(1) and (2), definitions of 
the terms ``excessive lodging'' and ``forest resource management 
practices.''
    (4) renumbering of old sections 26.11.07.01C & D, now new sections 
26.11.07.01B(3) & (4).
    (5) amendments to section 26.11.07.02, pertaining to general 
provisions.
    (6) amendments to sections 26.11.07.03A, B, and B(1), pertaining to 
open fires authorized by control officers.
    (7) addition of new section 26.11.07.03C, ``Prohibition on Open 
Burning.''
    (8) amendments to section 26.11.07.04, pertaining to open fires 
authorized by public officers, including the addition of new sections 
(4)--(7).
    (9) amendments to section 26.11.07.05, pertaining to open fires 
allowed without authorization.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of July 12, 1995 Maryland State submittal pertaining 
to COMAR 26.11.19.07.
    (121) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 17, 1995 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 12, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions, deletions, and revisions to 
Maryland's State Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic 
compound regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of 
Maryland Administrative Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.02A, pertaining to once-in, always-
in applicability provisions, consisting of revisions to COMAR 
26.11.19.02A(3), and the addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.02A (4) and (5), 
adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on April 7, 1995, and 
effective on May 8, 1995.
    (C) Amendments to COMAR 26.11.19.01B, consisting of the addition of 
new COMAR 26.11.19.01B(1-1), the definition for the term ``annual,'' 
adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on April 7, 1995, effective 
on May 8, 1995.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of July 17, 1995 Maryland State submittal pertaining 
to COMAR 26.11.19.02A(3)-(5) and COMAR 26.11.19.01B(1-1).
    (122) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 17, 1995 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 17, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions to Maryland's State Implementation 
Plan, pertaining to volatile organic compound regulations in Maryland's 
air quality regulations, COMAR 26.11.
    (B) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.01.01B(20-I) and new COMAR 
26.11.24.01B(9-I), definition of the term ``motor vehicle,'' adopted by 
the Secretary of the Environment on April 7, 1995, and effective on May 
8, 1995.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of July 17, 1995 Maryland State submittal pertaining 
to COMAR 26.11.01.01B(20-I) and COMAR 26.11.24.01B(9-I), definition of 
the term ``motor vehicle.''
    (123) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 12, 1995 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.

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    (A) Letter of July 12, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions and deletions to Maryland's State 
Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic compound regulations 
in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of Maryland Administrative 
Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) Deletion of old COMAR 26.11.19.09 Volatile Organic Compound 
Metal Cleaning (entire regulation).
    (C) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.09 Control of VOC Emissions from 
Cold and Vapor Degreasing, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment 
on May 12, 1995, and effective on June 5, 1995, including the following:
    (1) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.09.A Definitions.
    (2) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.09.B Terms Defined, including 
definitions for the terms ``cold degreasing,'' ``degreasing material,'' 
``grease,'' ``halogenated substance,'' ``vapor degreasing,'' and ``VOC 
degreasing material.''
    (3) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.09.C Applicability.
    (4) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.09.D Requirements.
    (5) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.09.E Specifications for Cold 
Degreasing and Requirements for Vapor Degreasing.
    (6) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.09.F. Records.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of July 12, 1995 Maryland State submittal pertaining 
to COMAR 26.11.19.09 Control of VOC Emissions from Cold and Vapor 
Degreasing.
    (124) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 12, 1995 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 12, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions to Maryland's State Implementation 
Plan, pertaining to volatile organic compound regulations in Maryland's 
air quality regulations, Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations 
(COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.23 Control of VOC Emissions from 
Vehicle Refinishing, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on May 
1, 1995, and effective on May 22, 1995, including the following:
    (1) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.23A Definitions, including 
definitions for the terms ``base coat/clear coat system,'' ``controlled 
air spray system,'' ``mobile equipment,'' ``multistage coating 
equipment,'' ``precoat,'' ``pretreatment,'' ``primer sealer,'' ``primer 
surfacer,'' ``specialty coating,'' ``topcoat,'' and ``vehicle 
refinishing.''
    (2) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.23B. Applicability and 
Exemptions.
    (3) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.23C. Coating Standards and 
General Conditions.
    (4) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.23D. Calculations.
    (5) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.23E. Requirements for Specialty 
Coatings.
    (6) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.23F. Coating Application 
Equipment Requirements.
    (7) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.23G. Cleanup and Surface 
Preparation Requirements
    (8) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.23H. Monitoring and Records.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of July 12, 1995 Maryland State submittal pertaining 
to COMAR 26.11.19.23 Vehicle Refinishing.
    (125) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 12, 1995 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Four letters dated July 12, 1995 from the Maryland Department of 
the Environment transmitting additions to Maryland's State 
Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic compound (VOC) 
regulations in Maryland's air quality regulations, COMAR 26.11.
    (B) Regulations:
    (1) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.17 Control of VOC Emissions from 
Yeast Manufacturing, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on 
October 14, 1994 and effective on November 7, 1994, revisions adopted by 
the Secretary of the Environment on May 12, 1995, and effective on June 
5, 1995, including the following:

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    (i) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.17.A Definitions, including 
definitions for the terms ``fermentation batch,'' ``first generation 
fermenter,'' ``stock fermenter,'' ``trade fermenter,'' and ``yeast 
manufacturing installation.''
    (ii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.17.B Applicability, Exemptions, 
and Compliance Date.
    (iii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.17.C Requirements for Yeast 
Manufacturing Installations.
    (iv) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.17.D Determination of Compliance 
and Testing.
    (v) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.17.E Reporting Requirements.
    (vi) Amendment to COMAR 26.11.19.17.C(3), pertaining to limits for 
temperature and pH.
    (vii) Amendment to COMAR 26.11.19.17.D(3), pertaining to stack test 
dates.
    (2) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18 Control of VOC Emissions from 
Screen Printing, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on October 
14, 1994 and effective on November 7, 1994, revisions adopted by the 
Secretary of the Environment on May 16, 1995 and effective on June 5, 
1995, including the following:
    (i) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.A, including definitions for 
the terms ``acid/etch resist ink,'' ``anoprint ink,'' ``back-up 
coating,'' ``clear coating,'' ``conductive ink,'' ``electroluminescent 
ink,'' ``exterior illuminated sign,'' ``haze removal,'' ``ink removal,'' 
``maximum VOC content,'' ``plastic card manufacturing installation,'' 
``plywood sign coating,'' ``screen printing,'' ``screen printing 
installation,'' ``screen reclamation,'' ``specialty inks.''
    (ii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.B Applicability.
    (iii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.C General Requirements for 
Screen Printing.
    (iv) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.D General Requirements for 
Plywood Sign Coating.
    (v) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.E General Requirements for 
Plastic Card Manufacturing Installations.
    (vi) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.F Control of VOC Emissions 
from the Use of Specialty Inks.
    (vii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.G Control of VOC Emissions 
from Clear Coating Operations.
    (viii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.H Control of VOC Emissions 
from Ink and Haze Removal and Screen Reclamation.
    (ix) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.I.
    (x) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.A(17), definition for the term 
``untreated sign paper.''
    (xi) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.C(2), replacing previous 
Sec. C(2).
    (xii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.C(3) Use of Control Devices.
    (xiii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.E(2)(b), replacing previous 
Sec. E(2)(b).
    (xiv) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.18.I Record Keeping, replacing 
the previous Sec. I.
    (3) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.19 Control of VOC Emissions from 
Expandable Polystyrene Operations, adopted by the Secretary of the 
Environment on June 9, 1995, and effective on July 3, 1995, including 
the following:
    (i) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.19.A Definitions.
    (ii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.19.B Terms Defined, including 
definitions for the terms ``expandable polystyrene operation (EPO),'' 
``blowing agent,'' ``preexpander,'' ``recycled expanded polystyrene,'' 
and ``reduced VOC content beads.''
    (iii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.19.C Applicability.
    (iv) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.19.D General Requirements.
    (v) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.19.E Testing Requirements.
    (vi) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.19.F Record Keeping.
    (4) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.21, Control of VOC Emissions from 
Commercial Bakery Ovens, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on 
June 9, 1995, and effective on July 3, 1995.
    (i) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.21.A Definitions.
    (ii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.21.B Terms Defined, including

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definitions for the terms ``commercial bakery oven,'' ``fermentation 
time,'' ``yeast percentage,'' and ``Yt value.''
    (iii) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.21.C Applicability and 
Exemptions.
    (iv) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.21.D General Requirements.
    (v) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.21.E Use of Innovative Control 
Methods.
    (vi) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.21.F Reporting and Testing 
Requirements.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of July 12, 1995 Maryland State submittals pertaining 
to COMAR 26.11.19.21, .17, .18, and .19.
    (126) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 11, 1995 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 11, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions and deletions to Maryland's State 
Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic compound regulations 
in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of Maryland Administrative 
Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) Revision to COMAR 26.11.19.11 Control of VOC Emissions from 
Sheet-Fed and Web Lithographic Printing, adopted by the Secretary of the 
Environment on May 5, 1995, and effective on June 5, 1995, including the 
following:
    (1) Deletion of COMAR 26.11.19.11 title, ``Other Miscellaneous 
Printing and Coating Processes'' and addition of new title, 
``Lithographic Printing.''
    (2) Deletion of COMAR 26.11.19.11.A(4), definition for the term 
``plastic parts coating.''
    (3) Deletion of COMAR 26.11.19.11.B(1), referencing plastic parts 
coating.
    (4) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.11.B(1) & (3) through (6) 
Applicability.
    (5) Deletion of COMAR 26.11.19.11.C Emission Standards for Plastic 
Coating.
    (6) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.11.C Requirements for Sheet-Fed 
Letter or Lithographic Printing.
    (7) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.11.D Requirements for 
Lithographic Web Printing.
    (8) Addition of new COMAR 26.11.19.11.E Requirements for Cleaning 
Printing Equipment.
    (9) Deletion of COMAR 26.11.19.10 title, ``Graphic Arts'' and 
addition of new title, ``Flexographic and Rotogravure Printing.''
    (10) Deletion of COMAR 26.11.19.10.A(4), definition for the term 
``web printing.''
    (11) Addition of COMAR 26.11.19.01.B(8), definition for the term 
``web printing.''
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of July 11, 1995 Maryland State submittal pertaining 
to COMAR 26.11.19.11 Control of VOC Emissions from Sheet-Fed and Web 
Lithographic Printing.
    (127) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 11, 1995 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 11, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions to Maryland's State Implementation 
Plan, pertaining to volatile organic compound regulations in Maryland's 
air quality regulations, Code of Maryland Administrative Regulations 
(COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) Revision to COMAR 26.11.19.07 Control of VOC Emissions from 
Paper Coating, adopted by the Secretary of the Environment on May 5, 
1995, and effective on June 5, 1995, including the following:
    (1) Addition of COMAR 26.11.19.07.A(2-1), definition for the term 
``plastic parts coating.''
    (2) Addition of COMAR 26.11.19.07.B(1), referencing paper, fabric 
and vinyl coating.
    (3) Addition of COMAR 26.11.19.07.E Emission Standards for Plastic 
Coating.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of July 11, 1995 Maryland State submittal pertaining 
to COMAR 26.11.19.07 Control of VOC Emissions from Paper Coating.
    (128) Revisions to the Maryland State Implementation Plan submitted 
on July 12, 1995 by the Maryland Department of the Environment:

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    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 12, 1995 from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting additions and deletions to Maryland's State 
Implementation Plan, pertaining to volatile organic compound regulations 
in Maryland's air quality regulations, Code of Maryland Administrative 
Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.
    (B) Revisions to COMAR 26.11.19.01B(4), definition of the term 
``Major stationary source of VOC,'' adopted by the Secretary of the 
Environment on April 13, 1995, and effective on May 8, 1995.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the July 12, 1995 Maryland State submittal 
pertaining to COMAR 26.11.19.01B(4), definition of the term ``Major 
stationary source of VOC.''
[37 FR 10870, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1070, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.

    Effective Date Note: At 63 FR 26463, May 13, 1998, Sec. 52.1070 was 
amended by adding paragraph (c)(128), effective July 13, 1998.



Sec. 52.1071  Classification of regions.

    The Maryland plans were evaluated on the basis of the following 
classifications:

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                                                                                  Pollutant
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
                Air quality control region                  Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon
                                                               matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide    Ozone
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Cumberland-Keyser Interstate..............................           I          I       III       III        III
Central Maryland Intrastate...............................          II         II       III       III        III
Metropolitan Baltimore Intrastate.........................           I          I         I         I          I
National Capital Interstate...............................           I          I       III         I          I
Southern Maryland Intrastate..............................         III        III       III       III        III
Eastern Shore Intrastate..................................          II        III       III       III        III
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[37 FR 10870, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16346, May 8, 1974; 45 
FR 53475, Aug. 12, 1980]



Sec. 52.1072  Conditional approval.

    (a) The State of Maryland's July 11, 1995 submittal for an enhanced 
motor vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) program, and the March 
27, 1996 amendment to the original SIP revision is conditionally 
approved based on certain contingencies. The following conditions listed 
in paragraphs (a)(1) through (a)(15) of this section must be addressed 
in a revised SIP submission. Along with the conditions listed in 
paragraphs (a)(1) through (a)(15) of this section is a separate detailed 
I/M checklist explaining what is required to fully remedy the 
deficiencies found in the proposed notice of conditional approval. This 
checklist is found in the Technical Support Document (TSD), located in 
the docket of this rulemaking, that was prepared in support of the 
proposed conditional I/M rulemaking action for Maryland. By no later 
than one year from September 29, 1997, Maryland must submit a revised 
SIP that meets the following conditions for approvability:
    (1) Fully adopt and submit to EPA as a SIP revision, final 
regulations and documentation of the public hearing process addressing 
Maryland's March 27, 1997 amendment to the SIP pertaining to proposed 
regulatory changes to the VEIP, as a result of the flexibility afforded 
to Maryland from federal and state legislative changes.
    (2) Provide confirmation from the State Attorney General's Office 
clearly stating that Maryland's interpretation of the sunset date of the 
program is no earlier than November 15, 2005, or in the absence of such 
an opinion, submit to EPA new legislative authority allowing for such an 
extended sunset date of the program.
    (3) Submit to EPA a modeling demonstration of the program using the 
appropriate assumptions and methodology (see TSD and the Response to 
Public Comments section of this rule for detailed discussions) 
demonstrating compliance with the I/M performance

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standard for the years 2002 and 2005 (excluding the year 1999, as 
recommended by EPA).
    (4) Obtain and/or demonstrate to EPA that adequate funding and tools 
exist for the years 1997 and 1998, including a detailed explanation of 
the number of personnel dedicated to quality assurance, data analysis, 
program administration, and enforcement. In addition, Maryland needs to 
provide budget allotments for equipment resources. EPA notes that an 
update of the budget information is adequate to satisfy this condition.
    (5) Provide an explanation to EPA of how all subject vehicles in the 
program will be identified, which includes an estimate of the number of 
unregistered vehicles operated in the program area. Subsequent to EPA 
issuing guidance, Maryland needs to document how vehicles that are 
routinely operated in the program but not registered in the program area 
are identified.
    (6) Provide to EPA applicable sections of state laws and regulations 
specifically addressing engine switching and testing of vehicles with no 
certified engine configuration. Maryland needs to commit to adopting 
non-invasive purge test procedures when EPA specifications become 
available. In addition, EPA expects Maryland to submit written 
procedures for the gas-cap check and to adopt the non-invasive fuel-fill 
pipe pressure specifications and procedures when EPA issues the final 
technical guidance.
    (7) Submit to EPA written specifications for the gas cap check 
procedures referenced in Maryland's regulations.
    (8) Provide to EPA a description of how Maryland's current practice 
of issuing short term extensions because of economic hardship is 
granted, which reasonably and clearly defines the time frame of the 
extension period.
    (9) Submit to EPA documentation of how Maryland will handle out-of-
state exemptions, employ mechanisms to enforce vehicle transfer 
requirements when owners move into the program area, and cite motorists 
for noncompliance with the registration requirement. Maryland will need 
to clarify its practice on vehicle impoundment when a motorist is cited 
for driving with a suspended registration. In addition, EPA needs 
verification on vehicle exemption triggering elements which allow the 
subject vehicle to by-pass an inspection test. Confirmation by VIN check 
or physical examination of the subject vehicle needs to be included in 
the SIP revision, as a means of ensuring validation of the exemption 
triggering elements.
    (10) Demonstrate to EPA that enforcement program oversight is 
quality controlled and quality assured. Maryland needs to provide a 
procedures document that details the specifics of the implementation of 
the enforcement program oversight including information management 
activities, activities of enforcement involved in monitoring the 
program, and auditing the enforcement. Quality control and assurance 
needs to address penalty structures, periodic auditing and analysis, 
program effectiveness, and in use fleet compliance via parking lot 
surveys and road side pullovers.
    (11) Provide a description to EPA of Maryland's auditing program 
that will include a minimum number of covert vehicles that are used for 
auditing purposes, covert and overt performance audits of inspectors, 
audits of stations and inspectors records, equipment audits, and formal 
training of all state I/M enforcement officials and auditors.
    (12) Submit to EPA documentation regarding the set up of Maryland's 
penalty structure used to ensure the contractor is in compliance with 
State regulations. The penalty schedule must be applied to the 
contractor, stations, and inspectors. Information should include 
administrative & judicial responsibilities & procedures, and a 
description of the funding allocations.
    (13) Submit to EPA an administrative procedures manual or 
description of the practice of inspector recertification which must 
occur at least every two years.
    (14) Submit to EPA State regulations documenting provisions for the 
protection of whistle blowers. In addition, Maryland needs to provide 
documentation of how it investigates and responds to complaints made by 
the public.
    (15) Maryland must start mandatory testing of all subject vehicles 
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as possible, or by November 15, 1997 at the latest.
    (b) The State of Maryland's July 12, 1995 submittal for the 15 
Percent Rate of Progress Plan (15% plan) for the Maryland portion of the 
Metropolitan Washington, DC ozone nonattainment area, is conditionally 
approved based on certain contingencies. The conditions for 
approvability are as follows:
    (1) Maryland's 15% plan must be revised to account for growth in 
point sources from 1990-1996.
    (2) Maryland must meet the conditions listed in the October 31, 1996 
proposed conditional I/M rulemaking notice, remodel the I/M reductions 
using the following two EPA guidance memos: ``Date by which States Need 
to Achieve all the Reductions Needed for the 15 Percent Plan from

I/M and Guidance for Recalculation,'' note from John Seitz and Margo 
Oge, dated August 13, 1996, and ``Modeling 15 Percent VOC Reductions 
from I/M in 1999--Supplemental Guidance,'' memorandum from Gay MacGregor 
and Sally Shaver, dated December 23, 1996.
    (3) Maryland must remodel to determine affirmatively the creditable 
reductions from RFG, and Tier 1 in accordance with EPA guidance.
    (4) Maryland must submit a SIP revision amending the 15% plan with a 
demonstration using appropriate documentation methodologies and credit 
calculations that the 56.4 tons/day reduction, supported through 
creditable emission reduction measures in the submittal, satisfies 
Maryland's 15% ROP requirement for the Metropolitan Washington, DC 
nonattainment area.
    (c) The State of Maryland's July 12, 1995 submittal for the 15 
Percent Rate of Progress Plan (15% plan) for the Baltimore ozone 
nonattainment area, is conditionally approved based on certain 
contingencies. The conditions for approvability are as follows:
    (1) Maryland's 15% plan calculations must reflect the EPA approved 
1990 base year emissions inventory in Sec. 52.1075.
    (2) Maryland must meet the conditions listed in the October 31, 1996 
conditional I/M rulemaking notice, including its commitment to remodel 
the I/M reductions using the following two EPA guidance memos: ``Date by 
which States Need to Achieve all the Reductions Needed for the 15 
Percent Plan from I/M and Guidance for Recalculation,'' note from John 
Seitz and Margo Oge dated August 13, 1996, and ``Modeling 15% VOC 
Reductions from I/M in 1999--Supplemental Guidance,'' from Gay MacGregor 
and Sally Shaver dated December 23, 1996.
    (3) Maryland must remodel to determine affirmatively the creditable 
reductions from RFG and Tier I in accordance with EPA guidance.
    (4) Maryland must submit a SIP revision amending the 15% plan with a 
determination using appropriate documentation methodologies and credit 
calculations that the 64.2 TPD reduction, supported through creditable 
emission measures in the submittal, satisfies Maryland's 15% ROP 
requirement for the Baltimore area.
[62 FR 40944, July 31, 1997, as amended at 62 FR 49616, Sept. 23, 1997; 
62 FR 52666, Oct. 9, 1997]



Sec. 52.1073  Approval status.

    (a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Maryland's plans for the attainment and maintenance of the 
national standards.
    (b) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves the amendment to Regulation 10.18.01 sections .01, .07, and 
.11, Regulation 10.18.04 and 10.18.05 section .03D, .03F, .03H, .06I of 
Maryland's plan for the attainment and maintenance of the national 
standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, the 
Administrator finds that portions of the plan, as submitted January 19, 
1979, satisfy the requirements of part D, title 1, of the Clean Air Act 
as amended in 1977.

In addition, continued satisfaction of the requirements of Part D for 
the ozone portion of the SIP depends on the adoption and submittal of 
RACT requirements by July 1, 1980, for the sources covered by CTGs 
issued between January 1978 and January 1979 and adoption and submittal 
by each subsequent January of additional RACT requirements for sources 
covered by CTGs issued by the previous January.

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    (c) Code of Maryland Air Regulations (COMAR) 26.11.13.06 is approved 
with the following exception:
    (i) Distributors and retailers of gasoline-ethanol blends as defined 
by 40 CFR 80.27(d)(2) are subject to the provisions of 40 CFR 
80.27(d)(1) through 40 CFR 80.27(d)(3).
    (d) Letter of November 13, 1993, from the Maryland Department of the 
Environment transmitting a commitment to adopt either the Federal clean 
fuel fleet program or an alternative substitute program by May 15, 1994.
[38 FR 33716, Dec. 6, 1973, as amended at 45 FR 53475, Aug. 12, 1980; 47 
FR 20128, May 11, 1982; 56 FR 23808, May 24, 1991; 58 FR 50848, Sept. 
29, 1993; 61 FR 16061, Apr. 11, 1996]



Sec. 52.1074  Legal authority.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter are not met, 
since section 698(f) of the Maryland Air Quality Control Act could, in 
some circumstances, prohibit the disclosure of emission data to the 
public. Therefore, section 698(f) is disapproved.
[39 FR 34536, Sept. 26, 1974, and 47 FR 20128, May 11, 1982, as amended 
at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1075  1990 base year emission inventory.

    (a) EPA approves as a revision to the Maryland State Implementation 
Plan the 1990 base year emission inventory for the Baltimore 
Metropolitan Statistical Area, submitted by the Secretary, Maryland 
Department of the Environment, on September 20, 1995. This submittal 
consists of the 1990 base year stationary, area, off-road mobile and on-
road mobile emission inventories in the Baltimore Metropolitan 
Statistical Area for the pollutant, carbon monoxide (CO).
    (b) EPA approves as a revision to the Maryland Implementation Plan 
the 1990 base year emission inventory for the Washington Metropolitan 
Statistical Area, submitted by Secretary, Maryland Department of the 
Environment, on March 21, 1994 and October 12, 1995. This submittal 
consist 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).
    (c) EPA approves as a revision to the Maryland State Implementation 
Plan the 1990 base year emission inventories for the Maryland ozone 
nonattainment areas submitted by the Secretary of Maryland Department of 
Environment on March 21, 1994. This submittal consists of the 1990 base 
year point, area, non-road mobile, biogenic and on-road mobile source 
emission inventories for the following pollutants: volatile organic 
compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxides of nitrogen 
(NOX).
    (d) EPA approves as a revision to the Maryland State Implementation 
Plan the 1990 base year emission inventories for the Maryland ozone 
nonattainment areas: Baltimore nonattainment areas, Cecil County, and 
Kent and Queen Anne's Counties submitted by the Secretary of Maryland 
Department of Environment on March 21, 1994. This submittal consists of 
the 1990 base year point, area, non-road mobile, biogenic and on-road 
mobile source emission inventories for the following pollutants: 
volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxides of 
nitrogen (NOX).
    (e) EPA approves as a revision to the Maryland State Implementation 
Plan the 1990 base year emission inventory for the Maryland portion of 
the Metropolitan Washington DC ozone nonattainment area submitted by the 
Secretary of MDE on March 21, 1994. This submittal consists of the 1990 
base year point, area, highway mobile, non-road mobile, and biogenic 
source emission inventories in the area for the following pollutants: 
Volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxides of 
nitrogen (NOX).
[60 FR 55326, Oct. 31, 1995, as amended at 61 FR 2937, Jan. 30, 1996; 61 
FR 50717, Sept. 27, 1996; 61 FR 64029, Dec. 3, 1996; 62 FR 19679, Apr. 
23, 1997; 62 FR 34405, 34406, June 26, 1997]



Sec. 52.1076  Control strategy: ozone.

    EPA is approving as a revision to the Maryland State Implementation 
Plan the 15 Percent Rate of Progress Plan and associated contingency 
measures for the Cecil County ozone nonattainment area, submitted by the 
Secretary of the Maryland Department of the Environment on July 21, 
1995.
[62 FR 40458, July 29, 1997]

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Sec. 52.1077  Source surveillance.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.212 of this chapter are not met 
since the plans do not provide specific procedures for stationary 
sources to be periodically tested.
[37 FR 10870, May 31, 1972, as amended at 47 FR 20128, May 11, 1982; 51 
FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1078  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1079  Requirements for state implementation plan revisions relating to new motor vehicles.

    Maryland must comply with the requirements of Sec. 51.120.
[60 FR 4737, Jan. 24, 1995]



Sec. 52.1080  Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) Program.

    On March 24, 1994 Maryland's Department of the Environment 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 Maryland SIP. 
As with all components of the SIP, Maryland must implement the program 
as submitted and approved by EPA.
[60 FR 47084, Sept. 11, 1995]



Secs. 52.1081--52.1109  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1110  Small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program.

    On November 13, 1992, the Acting Director of the Air and Radiation 
Management Administration, Maryland Department of the Environment 
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 (SIP) revision, as 
required by title V of the Clean Air Act Amendments. EPA approved the 
Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance 
Assistance Program on May 16, 1994, and made it part of the Maryland 
SIP. As with all components of the SIP, Maryland must implement the 
program as submitted and approved by EPA.
[59 FR 25333, May 16, 1994]



Secs. 52.1111--52.1112  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1113  General requirements.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.116(c) of this chapter are not met, 
since sections 10.03.35.11I and 10.03.35.10A of the Maryland Regulations 
governing the control of Air Pollution could, in some circumstances, 
prohibit the disclosure of emission datato the public. Therefore, 
regulations 10.03.35.11I and 10.03.35.10A are disapproved.
    (b) Regulation for public availability of emission data. (1) Any 
person who cannot obtain emission data from the Agency responsible for 
making emission data available to the public, as specified in the 
applicable plan, concerning emissions from any source subject to 
emission limitations which are part of the approved plan may request 
that the appropriate Regional Administrator obtain and make public such 
data. Within 30 days after receipt of any such written request, the 
Regional Administrator shall require the owner or operator of any such 
source to submit information within 30 days on the nature and amounts of 
emissions from such source and any other information as may be deemed 
necessary by the Regional Administrator to determine whether such source 
is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control 
measures that are part of the applicable plan.
    (2) Commencing after the initial notification by the Regional 
Administrator pursuant to paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the owner or 
operator of the source shall maintain records of the nature and amounts 
of emissions from such source and any other information as may be deemed 
necessary by the Regional Administrator to determine whether such source 
is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control 
measures that are part of the plan. The information recorded shall be 
summarized and reported to the Regional Administrator,

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on forms furnished by the Regional Administrator, and shall be submitted 
within 45 days after the end of the reporting period. Reporting periods 
are January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31.
    (3) Information recorded by the owner or operator and copies of this 
summarizing report submitted to the Regional Administrator shall be 
retained by the owner or operator for 2 years after the date on which 
the pertinent report is submitted.
    (4) Emission data obtained from owners or operators of stationary 
sources will be correlated with applicable emission limitations and 
other control measures that are part of the applicable plan and will be 
available at the appropriate regional office and at other locations in 
the state designated by the Regional Administrator.
[39 FR 34536, Sept. 26, 1974, as amended at 40 FR 55329, Nov. 28, 1975; 
52 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1987]



Secs. 52.1114--52.1115  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1116  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air 
Act are not met, since the plan does not include approvable procedures 
for preventing the significant deterioration of air quality.
    (b) The following provisions of 40 CFR 52.21 are hereby incorporated 
and made a part of the applicable State plan for the State of Maryland.
    (1) Definition of federally enforceable (40 CFR 52.21(b)(17)),
    (2) Exclusions from increment consumption (40 CFR 52.21(f)(1)(v), 
(3), (4)(i)),
    (3) Redesignation of areas (40 CFR 52.21(g) (1), (2), (3), (4), (5), 
and (6)),
    (4) Approval of alternate models (40 CFR 52.21(1)(2)),
    (5) Disputed permits or redesignation (40 CFR 52.21(t), and
    (6) Delegation of Authority (40 CFR 52.21(u)(1), (2)(ii), (3), and 
(4)).
[45 FR 52741, Aug. 7, 1980 and 47 FR 7835, Feb. 23, 1982]



Sec. 52.1117  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.

    (a) [Reserved]
    (b) The requirements of Sec. 51.112(a) of this chapter are not met 
because the State did not submit an adequate control strategy 
demonstration to show that the Maryland Regulation 10.03.36.04B (1) and 
(2) would not interfere with the attainment and maintenance of the 
national sulfur dioxide standards.
[40 FR 56889, Dec. 5, 1975, as amended at 41 FR 8770, Mar. 1, 1976; 41 
FR 54747, Dec. 15, 1976; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1118  Approval of bubbles in nonattainment areas lacking approved demonstrations: State assurances.

    In order to secure approval of a bubble control strategy for the 
American Cyanamid facility in Havre de Grace, Maryland (see paragraph 
52.1070(c)(87)), the Maryland Department of the Environment--Air 
Management Administration provided certain assurances in a letter dated 
September 13, 1988 from George P. Ferreri, Director, to Thomas J. 
Maslany, Director, Air Management Division, EPA Region III. The State of 
Maryland assured EPA it would:
    (a) Include the bubble emission limits for this plant in any new 
State Implementation Plan,
    (b) Consider this plant with its approved bubble limits in reviewing 
sources for needed additional emission reductions, and
    (c) Not be delayed in making reasonable efforts to provide the 
necessary schedules for completing the new ozone attainment plan.
[55 FR 20272, May 16, 1990]



                        Subpart W--Massachusetts



Sec. 52.1119  Identification of plan--conditional approval.

    (a) The following plan revisions were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) On November 13, 1992, the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Protection submitted a small business stationary source 
technical and environmental compliance assistance program (PROGRAM). On 
July 22, 1993, Massachusetts submitted a letter clarifying portions of 
the November 13, 1992 submittal. In these submissions, the State commits 
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legal authority to establish and implement a compliance advisory panel 
and to have a fully operational PROGRAM by November 15, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated November 13, 1992 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) State Implementation Plan Revision for a Small Business 
Technical and Environmental Compliance Assistance Program dated November 
13, 1992.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated July 22, 1993 clarifying portions of Massachusetts' 
November 13, 1992 SIP revision.
    (2) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on January 11, 1995 
and March 29, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated January 11, 1995 and March 29, 1995 submitting a 
revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) 310 CMR 7.24(8) ``Marine Vessel Transfer Operations'' effective 
in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on January 27, 1995.
    (C) Definitions of ``combustion device,'' ``leak,'' ``leaking 
component,'' ``lightering or lightering operation,'' ``loading event,'' 
``marine tank vessel,'' ``marine terminal,'' ``marine vessel,'' 
``organic liquid,'' and ``recovery device'' in 310 CMR 7.00 
``Definitions'' effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on 
January 27, 1995.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated February 1, 1996 committing to address the outstanding 
issues associated with 310 CMR 7.24(8) as identified by EPA in a letter 
dated September 19, 1995.
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
[59 FR 41708, Aug. 15, 1994, as amended at 61 FR 43976, Aug. 27, 1996]



Sec. 52.1120  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plan: ``Plan for Implementation, Maintenance, and 
Enforcement of National Primary and Secondary Ambient Air Quality 
Standards.''
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 27, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Emergency episode regulations submitted on February 22, 1972, by 
the Bureau of Air Quality Control, Massachusetts Department of Public 
Health.
    (2) Miscellaneous non-regulatory changes to the plan, wording 
changes in regulations 2.5 and 2.1 and clarification of Regulations 
2.5.1 through 2.5.4 submitted on April 27, 1972, by the Division of 
Environmental Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health.
    (3) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions to the plan submitted on 
May 5, 1972, by the Bureau of Air Quality Control, Massachusetts 
Department of Public Health.
    (4) Miscellaneous changes affecting regulations 2.1, 2.5, 4.2, 
4.5.1, 5.6.1, 6.1.2, 6.3.1, 8.1.6, 9.1, 15.1, 51.2, 52.1 and 52.2 of the 
regulations for all six Air Pollution Control Districts submitted on 
August 28, 1972 by the Governor.
    (5) Letter of concurrence on AQMA identifications submitted on July 
23, 1974, by the Governor.
    (6) Revision to Regulation No. 5, increasing allowable sulfur 
content of fuels in the Boston Air Pollution Control District submitted 
on July 11, 1975, by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs, and on 
April 1, 1977 and April 20, 1978 by the Commissioner of the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (7) Revision to Regulation 50--Variances, Regulations for Control of 
Air Pollution in the six Massachusetts Air Pollution Control Districts, 
submitted by letter dated November 14, 1974, by the Governor.
    (8) Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for 
the Merrimack Valley Air Pollution Control District submitted on January 
28, 1976 by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs and on August 22, 
1977 by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering, and additional technical information

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pertinent to the Haverhill Paperboard Corp., Haverhill, Mass., submitted 
on December 30, 1976 by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs.
    (9) Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for 
the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control District submitted on July 22, 
1976 by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs and on August 22, 1977 by 
the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, 
and additional technical information pertinent to Deerfield Specialty 
Papers, Inc., Monroe, Mass., submitted on December 27, 1977 by the 
Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering.
    (10) Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, 
for the Central Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District submitted 
on June 25, 1976 by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs and on August 
22, 1977 by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering.
    (11) Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, 
for the Central Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District (revised 
and adopted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering on March 29, 1976, with specificprovisions for the City of 
Fitchburg) submitted on June 25, 1976, by the Secretary of Environmental 
Affairs.
    (12) A revision to Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and 
Control Thereof, for the Southeastern Massachusetts Air Pollution 
Control District, submitted on December 30, 1976 by the Secretary of 
Environmental Affairs and on January 31, 1978 by the Commissioner of the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (13) A revision to Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and 
Control Thereof, for the Berkshire Air Pollution Control District, 
submitted by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Quality Engineering on April 14, 1977, and additional 
technical information submitted on August 11, 1978, pertaining to the 
Schweitzer Division, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Columbia Mill, Lee, and 
on August 31, 1978, pertaining to Crane and Company, Inc., Dalton.
    (14) Revisions to ``Regulations for the Prevention and/or Abatement 
of Air Pollution Episode and Air Pollution Incident Emergencies,'' 
submitted on September 15, 1976 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (15) A revision to Regulation 2.5, Compliance with Emission 
Limitations, and to Regulation 16, Reduction of Single Passenger 
Commuter Vehicle Use, for the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control 
District, submitted on May 20, 1977, by the Acting Commissioner of the 
Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering.
    (16) Revision to regulation 7 and regulation 9, submitted on 
December 9, 1977, by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Quality and Engineering.
    (17) Revision to Regulations 310 CMR 7.05, Sulfur-in-Fuel, and 310 
CMR 7.06, Visible Emissions, allowing burning of a coal-oil slurry at 
New England Power Company, Salem Harbor Station, Massachusetts, 
submitted on July 5, 1978 by the Commissioner, Massachusetts Department 
of Environmental Quality Engineering and an extension to 310 CMR 7.06, 
Visible Emissions, submitted on December 28, 1979.
    (18) Revision to Regulation 7.02(11) (formerly Regulation 2.5.3)--
Emission Limitation to Incinerators, submitted February 1, 1978 by the 
Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering.
    (19) The addition of Regulation 7.17, for the Southeastern 
Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District, Coal Conversion--Brayton 
Point Station, New England Power Company, submitted by the Commissioner 
of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on 
September 7, 1978. Compliance with this revision shall be determined by 
methods consistent with New Source Performance Standards, proposed Test 
Method 19, as stated in a letter dated February 8, 1979 from Kenneth 
Hagg of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering to Frank Ciavattieri of the Environmental Protection Agency.

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    (20) A revision permanently extending Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) 
(formerly Regulation 5.1) ``Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control 
Thereof'' and a revision for the Metropolitan Boston APCD, and Merrimack 
Valley APCD submitted on December 28, 1978, by the Commissioner of the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (21) A revision permanently extending Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) 
(formerly Regulation 5.1), ``Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control 
Thereof'' and a revision to Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(4) ``Ash Content of 
Fuels'' for the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control District, submitted 
on January 3, 1979 by the Acting Commissioner of the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (22) A revision permanently extending Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) 
(formerly Regulation 5.1), ``Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control 
Thereof'' for the Southeastern Massachusetts APCD, submitted on January 
31, 1979 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (23) A revision to Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(4) ``Ash Content of 
Fuels'' for the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control District, 
submitted on July 20, 1978 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (24) A revision permanently extending Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) 
(formerly Regulation 5.1) ``Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control 
Thereof'' for the Central Massachusetts APCD, submitted on March 2, 1979 
by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering, and a revision removing the seasonal restriction in 
Fitchburg for Fitchburg Paper Company (55 meter stacks only) and James 
River-Massachusetts submitted on September 28, 1979 by the Commissioner.
    (25) On March 30, 1979 and on April 23, 1979 the Commissioner of the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering submitted 
the non-attainment area plan for Total Suspended Particulates (TSP) in 
Worcester, miscellaneous statewide regulation changes, and an extension 
request for the attainment of TSP secondary standards for areas 
designated non-attainment as of March 3, 1978.
    (26) On May 3, 1979, August 7, 1979, and April 17, 1980, the 
Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering submitted a revision entitled ``Massachusetts Implementation 
Plan, Amended Regulation--All Districts, New Source Review Element,'' 
relating to construction and operation of major new or modified sources 
in non-attainment areas.
    (27) Revisions to Regulation 310 CMR 7.07, Open Burning, submitted 
on September 28, 1979 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (28) Revision to the state ozone standard and adoption of an ambient 
lead standard was submitted by Thomas F. McLoughlin, Acting Commissioner 
of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on August 21, 
1979.
    (29) A revision varying the provisions of Regulation 310 CMR 
7.04(5), Fuel Oil Viscosity, for Cambridge Electric Light Company's 
Kendall Station, First Street, Cambridge, and Blackstone Station, 
Blackstone Street, Cambridge, submitted on December 28, 1978 by the 
Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering.
    (30) Attainment plans to meet the requirements of Part D for carbon 
monoxide and ozone and other miscellaneous provisions were submitted by 
the Governor of Massachusetts on December 31, 1978 and on May 16, 1979 
by the Acting Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering. Supplemental information was submitted on September 19, 
November 13 and December 7, 1979; and March 20 and April 7, 1980 by 
DEQE.
    (31) A temporary variance to the Provisions of Regulation 310 CMR 
7.05, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for Seaman Paper 
Company, Otter River. Submitted on March 20, 1980 by the Commissioner of 
the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (32) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1) ``Sulfur Content of Fuels and 
Control Thereof'' for the Metropolitan Boston

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APCD submitted on November 27, 1979 by the Commissioner of the 
Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (33) A revision to Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 
5.1) ``Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof'' for the Pioneer 
Valley Air Pollution Control District submitted by the Commissioner of 
the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on 
March 2, 1979 and May 5, 1981.
    (34) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1) ``Sulfur Content of Fuels and 
Control Thereof'' for the Metropolitan Boston APCD submitted on April 
25, 1980 by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering.
    (35) On January 5, 1981, the Acting Director of the Division of Air 
Quality Control, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering submitted a revision entitled ``Appendix J Transportation 
Project Level Guidelines'' relating to policy guidance on the 
preparation of air quality analysis for transportation projects.
    (36) A comprehensive air quality monitoring plan, intended to meet 
requirements of 40 CFR part 58, was submitted by the Commissioner of the 
Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on January 28, 1980.
    (37) A revision submitted by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on September 12, 1980 
adding a new regulation 310 CMR 7.19 ``Interim Sulfur-in-Fuel 
Limitations for Fossil Fuel Utilization Facilities Pending Conversion to 
an Alternate Fuel or Implementation of Permanent Energy Conservation 
Measures.''
    (38) A variance of Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1)(d)(2) ``Sulfur Control 
of Fuels and Control Thereof'' for the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution 
Control District, submitted on November 25, 1980, by the Commissioner of 
the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (39) Revisions to meet the requirements of Part D and certain other 
sections of the Clean Air Act, as amended, for making a commitment to 
public transportation in the Boston urban region which were submitted on 
July 9, 1981 and on July 30, 1981.
    (40) Regulations 310 CMR (14), (15), and (16), for paper, fabric, 
and vinyl surface coaters to meet the requirements of Part D for ozone 
were submitted by the Governor of Massachusetts on March 6, 1981.
    (41) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1)(c) ``Sulfur Content of Fuels 
Control Thereof for the Merrimack Valley Air Pollution Control 
District'' allowing the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at 
Haverhill Paperboard Corporation, Haverhill.
    (42) Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b), to allow existing surface 
coating lines regulated under 310 CMR 7.18 (4), (5), (6), (7), (10), 
(11), (12), (14), (15) and (16) to bubble emissions to meet the 
requirements of Part D for ozone was submitted by the Governor on March 
6, 1981, and a letter clarifying state procedures was submitted on 
November 12, 1981. The emission limitations required by the federally-
approved portion of 310 CMR 7.18 are the applicable requirements of the 
Massachusetts SIP for the purpose of section 113 of the Clean Air Act 
and shall be enforceable by EPA and by citizens in the same manner as 
other requirements of the SIP; except that emission limitations adopted 
by the state under and which comply with 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b) and the 
procedures set out in the letter of November 12, 1981 shall be the 
applicable requirements of the Massachusetts SIP in lieu of those 
contained elsewhere in 310 CMR 7.18 and shall be enforceable by EPA and 
by citizens.
    (43) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1)(d) ``Sulfur Content of Fuels 
and Control Thereof for the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control 
District'' allowing the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at 
Eastman Gelatine Corporation, Peabody, submitted on September 24, 1981 
by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering.
    (44) The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering submitted an updated VOC emissions inventory on September 3, 
1981, and the procedures to annually update this inventory on November 
4, 1981.
    (45) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1)(e) ``Sulfur Content of Fuels 
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Thereof for the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control District'' allowing 
the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at the Holyoke Gas and 
Electric Department, Holyoke.
    (46) A revision submitted on December 29, 1981 by the Commissioner 
of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering 
allowing the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at the ATF 
Davidson Company, Northbridge, until December 1, 1983.
    (47) Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(10) for metal coil coating was 
submitted on June 24, 1980 by the Commissioner of the Department of 
Environmental Quality Engineering, in order to meet Part D requirements 
for ozone.
    (48) Regulations 310 CMR 7.18(11), Surface Coating of Miscellaneous 
Metal Parts and Products and (12), Graphic Arts--Rotogravure and 
Flexography with test methods; and (13) Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning 
Systems without test methods, were submitted on July 21, 1981 and March 
10, 1982 by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering to meet 
Part D requirements for ozone attainment.
    (49) A revision to Regulation 7.17 ``Conversions to Coal'' submitted 
by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering on January 22, 1982 specifying the conditions under 
which coal may be burned at the Holyoke Water Power Company, Mount Tom 
Plant, Holyoke, Massachusetts.
    (50) [Reserved]
    (51) A revision submitted on September 29, 1982 by the Commissioner 
of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering 
allowing the burning of fuel oil having a sulfur content of 0.55 pounds 
per million Btu heat release potential at the Northeast Petroleum 
Corporation, Chelsea, Massachusetts.
    (52) A revision submitted on September 28, 1982 by the Commissioner 
of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering 
allowing the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at the Polaroid 
Corporation for a period of up to 30 months commencing on December 1, 
1982.
    (53)(i) Attainment plans for carbon monoxide and ozone submitted by 
the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on September 9, 
November 2 and November 17, 1982; February 2, March 21, April 7, April 
26 and May 16, 1983. These revisions amend Regulations 310 CMR 7.18 (3)-
(7), (9)-(16); and add Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(17), 7.20 (1)-(14), and 
540 CMR 4.00.
    (ii) Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(3) for the surface coating of metal 
furniture submitted on September 9, 1982 as part of the attainment plan 
identified in Sec. 52.1120(c)(53)(i), is added to the VOC surface 
coating bubble Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b) identified in 
Sec. 52.1120(c)(42).
    (iii) Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(13) for Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning 
systems submitted on September 9, 1982 as part of the attainment plan 
identified in section 52.1120(53)(i), is amended by adding EPA test 
methods to the no action identified in 52.1120(48).
    (54) On February 8, 1983, the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Quality Engineering submitted a source specific emission 
limit in the letter of approval to the Esleeck Manufacturing Company, 
Inc., Montague, allowing the Company to burn fuel oil having a maximum 
sulfur content of 1.21 pounds per million Btu heat release potential 
provided the fuel firing rate does not exceed 137.5 gallons per hour.
    (55) A revision to exempt the Berkshire Air Pollution Control 
District from Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(b)2 was submitted on March 25, 
1983 by Kenneth A. Hagg, Director of the Division of Air Quality Control 
of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.
    (56) A revision to Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(a)1(e) for petroleum 
liquid storage in external floating roof tanks submitted on December 2, 
1983.
    (57) Revisions to the State's narrative, entitled New Source 
Regulations on page 117 and 118, the regulatory definitions of BACT, 
NSPS and NESHAPS and Regulation 310 CMR 7.02 (2)(a)(6) and 7.02 (13), 
submitted by Anthony D. Cortese, Commissioner, in August, 1982 and 
received on September 9, 1982.
    (58) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
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Protection on June 7, 1991, November 13, 1992 and February 17, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated June 7, 1991, November 13, 1992 and February 17, 1993 
submitting revisions to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments and additions to 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on June 7, 
1991 and effective on April 12, 1991.
    (C) Amendments and additions to 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on June 7, 
1991 and effective on June 21, 1991.
    (D) Addition of 310 CMR 7.24(4)(j) submitted on November 13, 1992 
and February 17, 1993 and effective on February 12, 1993.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.
    (59) A revision submitted on May 3, 1983, allowing the burning of 
2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Stanley Woolen Company, a facility 
in Uxbridge, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing 
on March 23, 1984.
    (60) On May 27, 1982 and September 9, 1982 the Commissioner of the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering submitted 
a revised plan for new source review in nonattainment areas. The 
submittal included 310 CMR Appendix A, ``Emission Offsets and 
Nonattainment Review,'' additions to 310 CMR 7.00, ``General 
Definitions,'' and revisions to 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b)(4) and 7.02(2)(b)(5), 
``Plan Approval and Emission Limitations.''
    (61) A revision submitted on October 31, 1983, allowing the burning 
of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Reed and Barton Silversmiths 
facility in Taunton, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, 
commencing on March 23, 1984.
    (62) A revision submitted on November 16, 1983 allowing the burning 
of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the ATF Davidson Company in 
Northbridge, Massachusetts.
    (63) A revision submitted on February 2, 1984, allowing the burning 
of 1.0% sulfur content fuel oil at The Biltrite Corporation facility in 
Chelsea, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on 
June 15, 1984.
    (64) A revision to the Ozone Attainment Plan was submitted by S. 
Russell Sylva, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Quality Engineering on February 14, and May 22, 1985 to 
control emissions from gasoline tank trucks and bulk terminal vapor 
recovery systems.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to Regulations 310 CMR 7.00 and 7.02(12) (c) and (d), 
``Motor Vehicle Fuel Tank Trucks'', adopted December 1984.
    (B) The May 22, 1985 letter from Massachusetts DEQE, and the 
enforcement manual submitted and adopted on May 22, 1985, including 
Method 27, record form, potential leak points, major tank truck leak 
sources, test procedure for gasoline vapor leak detection procedure by 
combustible gas detector, instruction manual for Sentox 2 and Notice of 
Violation.
    (65) A temporary variance to 310 CMR 7.05(1)(d)2 of ``Sulfur Content 
of Fuels and Control Thereof for Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution 
Control District'' submitted on January 6, 1984 to allow for the use of 
2.2% sulfur content fuel oil in boiler unit 7 of the Boston Edison 
Company Mystic Station facility in Everett for thirty months commencing 
on September 25, 1984.
    (66) Attainment and maintenance plans for lead, submitted on July 13 
and August 17, 1984 by the Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering.
    (67) A revision submitted on July 11, 1984 allowing the burning of 
2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the James River Corporation Hyde Park 
Mill facility in Boston, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, 
commencing on September 25, 1984.
    (68) A revision submitted on February 8 and October 23, 1985 
allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Phillips 
Academy facility in Andover, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 
months, commencing on April 1, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from Richard J. Chalpin, 
Acting Regional Engineer, to Phillips Academy, dated December 27, 1984 
allowing the temporary use of less expensive 2.2% sulfur fuel oil (for 
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the date of publication), the savings from which will be used to 
implement permanent energy conservation measures to reduce on-site 
consumption of petroleum products by at least 50,000 gallons per year 
(estimated 82,000 gallons per year). At the end of the temporary use 
period, Phillips Academy will return to the use of 1.0% sulfur fuel oil. 
The particulate emission rate for the facility will not exceed 0.15 lbs. 
per million Btu.
    (B) These specific requirements of Regulation 310 CMR 7.19 were 
agreed to in a Statement of Agreement, signed February 19, 1985.
    (C) Memorandum to Donald C. Squires from Bruce K. Maillet dated 
October 4, 1985; subject: Response to EPA questions regarding Phillips 
Academy, outlines the permanent energy conservation measures to be used.
    (69) Revisions to federally approved regulations 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b) 
and 310 CMR 7.05(4) were submitted on December 3, 1985, January 31, 1986 
and February 11, 1986 by the Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b), Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering, Air Pollution Control, is corrected to include the 
word ``major'' before the word ``modification''.
    (B) Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(4), Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering, Air Pollution Control, Ash Content of Fuels.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) The nonregulatory portions of the state submittals.
    (70) A revision submitted on February 19, 1986 allowing the burning 
of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Boston Housing Authority, Mary 
Ellen McCormick and Maverick Family Development facilities in Boston, 
Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on August 12, 
1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated August 30, 1985 and July 11, 1985 for the Mary 
Ellen McCormick and Maverick Family Development Facilities, 
respectively, from Richard J. Chalpin, Acting Regional Engineer, 
allowing the temporary use of less expensive 2.2% sulfur fuel oil for 30 
months from August 12, 1986, the savings from which will be used to 
implement permanent energy conservation measures to reduce the on-site 
consumption of the petroleum products. At the end of the temporary use 
period, the Boston Housing Authority, Mary Ellen McCormick and Maverick 
Family Development facilities will return to the use of 0.5% sulfur fuel 
oil. The particulate emission rate for these facilities will not exceed 
0.12 lbs per million BTU.
    (B) Statements of Agreement both signed October 28, 1985 by Doris 
Bunte, Administrator of Boston Housing Authority.
    (C) Memorandum from Bruce K. Maillet to S. Russell Sylva dated 
January 9, 1986, subject: Decision Memo.
    (71) A revision submitted on May 12, 1986 allowing the burning of 
2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Boston Housing Authority, Mission 
Hill Extension Family Development facility in Boston, Massachusetts for 
a period of up to 30 months, commencing on November 25, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated March 5, 1986 for the Mission Hill Extension Family 
Development facility, from Richard J. Chalpin, Acting Regional Engineer, 
allowing the temporary use of less expensive 2.2% sulfur fuel oil (for 
30 months from the date of publication), the savings from which will be 
used to implement permanent energy conservation measures to reduce the 
on-site consumption of petroleum products. At the end of the temporary 
use period, the Boston Housing Authority, Mission Hill Extension Family 
Development facility will return to the use of 0.5% sulfur fuel oil. The 
particulate emission rate for this facility will not exceed 0.12 lbs per 
million Btu.
    (B) Statements of Agreement signed April 4, 1986 by Doris Bunte, 
Administrator of Boston Housing Authority.
    (C) Memorandum from Bruce K. Maillet to S. Russell Sylva dated April 
18, 1986, subject: Decision Memo.
    (72) Revisions involving regulations 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b) 4, 5, and 6; 
7.02(12)(b)3; 7.02(12)(d); and 7.14 were submitted on November 21, 1986 
and January 15, 1987, by the Department of Environmental Quality 
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    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b) 4, 
5, and 6 are amended and became effective on February 6, 1987.
    (B) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(b)3 is deleted and became effective 
on February 6, 1987.
    (C) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(d) is amended and became effective 
on February 6, 1987.
    (D) Regulations 310 CMR 7.14 (2) and (3) are added and became 
effective on February 6, 1987.
    (E) The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Regulation Filing document 
dated January 15, 1987 is provided and states that these regulatory 
changes became effective on February 6, 1987.
    (ii) Additional materials. The nonregulatory portions of the state 
submittals.
    (73) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts on February 21, February 25, and June 23, 
1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A letter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Quality Engineering dated February 21, 1986 and amendments 
to 310 CMR 7.00 and 310 CMR 7.18 of the Regulations for the control of 
Air Pollution in the Berkshire, Central Massachusetts, Merrimack Valley, 
Metropolitan Boston, Pioneer Valley and Southeastern Massachusetts Air 
Pollution Control Districts.
    (B) A letter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Quality Engineering (DEQE), dated June 23, 1986 and the 
Implementation Guidance, 310 CMR 7.18(18), Polystyrene Resin 
Manufacturing, dated February 1986.
    (C) A Regulation Filing and Publication document from the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering, dated February 25, 1986.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittals.
    (74) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan were submitted by 
the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering 
on November 5, 1986 and December 10, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated November 5, 1986 from the Massachusetts Department 
of Environmental Quality Engineering (DEQE) submitting revisions to the 
State Implementation Plan for EPA approval.
    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts DEQE dated December 10, 1986, 
which states that the effective date of Regulations 310 CMR 7.00, 
``Definitions'' and 310 CMR 7.18(19), ``Synthetic Organic Chemical 
Manufacture,'' is November 28, 1986.
    (C) Massachusetts' Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(19) entitled, ``Synthetic 
Organic Chemical Manufacture,'' and amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, 
``Definitions,'' effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on 
November 28, 1986.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.
    (75) [Reserved]
    (76) Revisions involving regulations 310 CMR 7.18(2)(e) and 7.18(17) 
submitted by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on 
September 20, 1988.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendment to Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(2)(e)--effective July 22, 
1988.
    (B) Amendments to Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(17)(d)--effective July 22, 
1988.
    (C) A Regulation Filing and Publication document from the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering dated July 5, 1988 which states that the effective date of 
the regulatory amendments to 310 CMR 7.18(2)(e) and 310 CMR 7.18(17)(d), 
incorporated above, is July 22, 1988.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.
    (77) Revisions to federally approved regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) 
submitted on July 18, 1984, April 17, 1985, March 16, 1987, and November 
25, 1987 by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering 
approving sulfur-in-fuel limitations for the following sources: American 
Fiber and finishing Company (formerly known as Kendall Company), 
Colrain; Erving Paper company, Erving; and Westfield River Paper 
Company, Russell.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letters dated October 14, 1987 
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American Fiber and Finishing Company, Erving Paper Company, and 
Westfield River Paper Company facilities from Stephen F. Joyce, Deputy 
Regional Environmental Engineer, Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering.
    (B) Statements of agreement signed November 6, 1987 by Schuyler D. 
Bush, Vice President of Erving Paper Company; 1987 by Francis J. 
Fitzpatrick, President of Westfield River Paper Company; and November 
16, 1987 by Robert Young, Vice President of American Fiber and Finishing 
Company.
    (78) Revisions to federally approved regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12) 
submitted on July 13, 1988, September 15, 1988, and April 12, 1989, by 
the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, limiting the 
volatility of gasoline from May 1 through September 15, beginning 1989 
and continuing every year thereafter, including any waivers to such 
limitations that Massachusetts may grant. In 1989, the control period 
will begin on June 30.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(e), entitled, 
``gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP),'' and amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, 
``Definitions,'' effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on May 
11, 1988.
    (B) Massachusetts Emergency Regulation Amendment to 310 CMR 
7.02(12)(e) 2.b entitled ``gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure'' effective in 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on April 11, 1989, with excerpt from 
the Manual for Promulgating Regulations, Office of the Secretary of 
State.
    (79) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on February 4, 1988 
and July 16, 1989 which define and impose reasonably available control 
technology to control volatile organic compound emissions from Monsanto 
Chemical Company in Indian Orchard, Massachusetts.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection dated July 18, 1989 submitting a 
revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) A final RACT Compliance Plan Conditional Approval issued to 
Monsanto Chemical Company by the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Protection, dated and effective June 20, 1989.
    (ii) Additional materials. (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state 
submittal.
    (80) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 18, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated July 18, 1989 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments to the Conditional Plan Approval dated and effective 
July 12, 1989 and the Conditional Plan Approval dated and effective 
October 7, 1985 imposing reasonably available control technology on 
Spalding Sports Worldwide in Chicopee, Massachusetts.
    (81) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on July 
18, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Quality Engineering dated July 18, 1989 
submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) RACT Approval Addendum for Cranston Print Works Company, Webster 
Division Facility in Webster, Massachusetts dated and effective June 20, 
1989.
    (ii) Additional materials. Nonregulatory portions of the State 
submittal.
    (82) Revision to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection August 8, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated August 8, 1989 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amended Conditional Plan Approval (SM-85-168-IF) dated and 
effective August 1, 1989 and an Amendment to the Amended Conditional 
Plan Approval (SM-85-168-IF Revision) dated and effective August 8, 1989 
imposing

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reasonably available control technology on Duro Textile Printers, 
Incorporated in Fall River, Massachusetts.
    (83) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 24, 1989 
and October 16, 1989 regulating gasoline volatility.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection dated October 16, 1989 and a 
revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan containing 
revised Massachusetts gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure regulation 310 CMR 
7.24(5)(b)2, effective September 15, 1989.
    (84) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 27, 1982, 
June 22, 1987, and December 27, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated August 27, 1982, submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, ``Definitions'' effective in the 
Commonwealth of Massachusetts on June 18, 1982 which add the definitions 
of the terms ``stationary source'' and ``building, structure, facility, 
or installation.''
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated June 22, 1987 certifying that it did not rely on a dual 
definition in its attainment demonstration.
    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated December 27, 1989 submitting additional assurances that 
it is making reasonable efforts to develop a complete and approve SIP.
    (C) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (85) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 28, 
1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection dated November 28, 1989 
submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) A Plan Approval 4P89005 Correction dated and effective November 
17, 1989 and the Amended Plan Approval, 4P89005 dated and effective 
October 19, 1989 imposing reasonably available control technology on 
Boston Whaler Inc., in Norwell, Massachusetts.
    (ii) Additional materials. (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State 
submittal.
    (86) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 28, 
1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection dated November 28, 1989 
submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) A Plan Approval 4P89006 Correction dated and effective November 
17, 1989 and the Amended Plan Approval (4P89006) dated and effective 
October 19, 1989 imposing reasonably available control technology on 
Boston Whaler Inc. in Rockland, Massachusetts.
    (ii) Additional materials. (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State 
submittal.
    (87) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 20, 
1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection dated November 20, 1989 
submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) 2nd Amendment to the Final Approval/RACT Approval for the 
Philips Lighting Company dated November 2, 1989.
    (ii) Additional materials. (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State 
submittal.
    (88) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 13, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection dated June 13, 1990 submitting a 
revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

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    (B) An Amended Plan Approval dated and effective June 1, 1990 
imposing reasonably available control technology on Acushnet Company, 
Titleist Golf Division, Plant A in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
    (ii) Additional materials. (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State 
submittal.
    (89) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 9, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated July 9, 1990 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) An Amended Plan Approval dated and effective June 8, 1990 
imposing reasonably available control technology on General Motors 
Corporation in Framingham, Massachusetts.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.
    (90) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on October 25, 1990 
which define and impose RACT to control volatile organic compound 
emissions from Erving Paper Mills in Erving, Massachusetts.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated October 25, 1990 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) A conditional final plan approval issued by the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection to Erving Paper Mills dated and 
effective October 16, 1990.
    (91) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on April 22, 1991 
which clarify the requirements of RACT to control volatile organic 
compound emissions from Erving Paper Mills in Erving, Massachusetts.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letter from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection dated April 22, 1991 submitting a 
revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) A conditional final plan approval amendment issued by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to Erving Paper 
Mills dated and effective April 16, 1991. This amended conditional plan 
approval amends the October 16, 1990 conditional plan approval 
incorporated at paragraph (c)(90) of this section.
    (92) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 17, 1989, 
June 7, 1991 and December 17, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated August 17, 1989 and June 7, 1991 submitting a revision 
to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Portions of regulation 310 CMR 7.18(7) for automobile surface 
coating as submitted on August 17, 1989 effective in the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts on September 15, 1989.
    (C) Portions of regulation 310 CMR 7.18(7) for automobile surface 
coating as submitted on June 7, 1991 effective in the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts on June 21, 1991.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) A letter dated December 17, 1991 from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection withdrawing the emission limit 
for the Primer-surfacer application from the June 7, 1991 submittal.
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of state submittal.
    (93) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 27, 1982, 
June 27, 1984, March 6, 1985, April 12, 1985, August 17, 1989, June 7, 
1991 and December 17, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated August 27, 1982, April 12, 1985, August 17, 1989, and 
June 7, 1991, submitting revisions to the Massachusetts State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendment to 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b) submitted on August 27, 1982 and 
effective on September 16, 1982.

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    (C) Addition of 310 CMR 7.00: Appendix B submitted on April 12, 1985 
and effective on September 30, 1984.
    (D) Amendments to portions of 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on August 17, 
1989 and effective September 15, 1989.
    (E) Amendments to portions of 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on June 7, 1991 
and effective on April 12, 1991.
    (F) Amendments to portions of 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on June 7, 1991 
and effective on June 21, 1991.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) A letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering dated June 27, 1984 submitting 310 CMR 7.00: 
Appendix B.
    (B) A letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering dated March 6, 1985 submitting additional 
information on 310 CMR 7.00: Appendix B and referencing 310 CMR 
7.18(2)(b).
    (C) A letter dated December 17, 1991 from the Massachusetts 
Department of Environmental Protection withdrawing the emission limit 
for the Primer-surfacer application in 310 CMR 7.18(7)(b) from the June 
7, 1991 submittal.
    (D) Nonregulatory portions of state submittal.
    (94) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 4, 1989, 
December 6, 1989 and March 23, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated August 4, 1989, December 6, 1989 and March 23, 1990 
submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Massachusetts' Air Pollution Control Regulations 310 CMR 7.30 
(excluding 310 CMR 7.30(8)(a)), and 310 CMR 7.31 entitled, ``MB 
Massport/Logan Airport Parking Freeze'' and ``MB City of Boston/East 
Boston Parking Freeze'' respectively, effective in the State of 
Massachusetts on 11/24/89, and technical amendments to that regulation 
submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on 
March 23, 1990, effective 3/30/90.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Appendix 5D, Baseline and Future Case CO Compliance Modeling, 
dated June 1986.
    (B) Policy Statement Regarding the Proposed Amendment to the Logan 
Airport Parking Freeze, dated November 14, 1988.
    (95) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection of May 15, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated May 15, 1992 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Final Plan Approval No. 4P89051, dated and effective May 13, 
1991 imposing reasonably available control technology on Dartmouth 
Finishing Corporation, New Bedford, Massachusetts.
    (96) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on January 30, 
1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated January 30, 1991 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.38, entitled ``Certification 
of Tunnel Ventilation Systems in the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution 
Control District,'' and amendment to 310 CMR 7.00, entitled 
``Definitions,'' effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on 
January 18, 1991.
    (97) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on May 17, 1990, 
July 5, 1990, June 7, 1991, and April 21, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated May 17, 1990 and June 7, 1991, submitting a revision 
to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Definition of ``motor vehicle fuel,'' ``motor vehicle fuel 
dispensing facility,'' ``substantial modification,'' and ``vapor 
collection and control system,'' added to 310 CMR 7.00 and effective in 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on October 27, 1989.

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    (C) 310 CMR 7.24(6) ``Dispensing of Motor Vehicle Fuel,'' effective 
in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on October 27, 1989.
    (D) Amendments to 310 CMR 7.24(6)(b) ``Dispensing of Motor Vehicle 
Fuel'' and to the definition of ``substantial modification'' in 310 CMR 
7.00, effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on June 21, 1991.
    (E) Amendment to the definition of ``motor vehicle fuel dispensing 
facility'' in 310 CMR 7.00, effective in the Commonwealth of 
Massachusetts on April 12, 1991.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated July 5, 1990, requesting the withdrawal of amendments 
to subsection 310 CMR 7.24(2)(c) which require Stage I vapor recovery in 
Berkshire County from the SIP revision package submitted on May 17, 
1990.
    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated April 21, 1992, submitting an implementation policy 
statement regarding its Stage II program. This policy statement 
addresses the installation of California Air Resources Board (CARB) 
certified systems, Stage II testing procedures, and defects in State II 
equipment.
    (C) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (98) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 13, 
1992, January 15, 1993, and February 17, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated November 13, 1992, January 15, 1993, and February 17, 
1993, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation 
Plan.
    (B) 310 CMR 7.24(6) ``Dispensing of Motor Vehicle Fuel,'' effective 
in the State of Massachusetts on February 12, 1993.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (99) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 3, 1990 
and August 26, 1992 which define and impose reasonably available control 
technology to control volatile organic compound emissions from S. Bent & 
Brothers in Gardner, Massachusetts.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated August 26, 1992 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Final Air Quality Approval RACT issued to S. Bent by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated and effective 
May 22, 1992.
    (ii) Additional materials
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated November 3, 1990 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Final Air Quality Approval RACT issued to S. Bent by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated and effective 
October 17, 1990.
    (C) Nonregulatory portions of the November 3, 1990 and August 26, 
1992 state submittals.
    (100) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 19, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated July 19, 1993 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Plan approval no. C-P-93-011, effective June 30, 1993, which 
contains emissions standards, operating conditions, and recordkeeping 
requirements applicable to Nichols & Stone Company in Gardner, 
Massachusetts.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter dated October 27, 1993 from Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Protection submitting certification of a public hearing.
    (101) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on December 9, 
1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated December 9, 1991 submitting

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a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.36, entitled ``Transit System 
Improvements'', Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.37, entitled ``High 
Occupancy Vehicle Facilities'', and amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, entitled 
``Definitions,'' effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on 
December 6, 1991.
    (102)  [Reserved]
    (103) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 15, 
1993 and May 11, 1994, substituting the California Low Emission Vehicle 
program for the Clean Fuel Fleet program.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated November 15, 1993 and May 11, 1994, submitting a 
revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan which 
substitutes the California Low Emission Vehicle program for the Clean 
Fuel Fleet program.
    (B) A regulation dated and effective January 31, 1992, entitled ``U 
Low Emission Vehicle Program'', 310 CMR 7.40.
    (C) Additional definitions to 310 CMR 7.00 ``Definitions'' (dated 
and effective 1/31/92) to carry out the requirements set forth in 310 
CMR 7.40.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Additional nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (104) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on March 31, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated March 31, 1994 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Final Plan Approval No. 4P92012, dated and effective March 16, 
1994 imposing reasonably available control technology on Brittany Dyeing 
and Finishing of New Bedford, Massachusetts.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (105) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 6, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated June 6, 1994 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) 310 CMR 7.02(12) ``U Restricted Emission Status'' effective in 
the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on February 25, 1994.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (106) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 28, 1990, 
September 30, 1992, and July 15, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated June 28, 1990, submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated September 30, 1992, submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (C) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated July 15, 1994, submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (D) Regulation 310 CMR 7.12 entitled ``Inspection Certification 
Record Keeping and Reporting'' which became effective on July 1, 1994.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of submittal.
    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated December 30, 1994, assuring EPA that the data elements 
noted in EPA's December 13, 1994 letter were being incorporated into the 
source registration forms used by Massachusetts emission statement 
program.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of submittal.
    (107) Massachusetts submitted the Oxygenated Gasoline Program on 
October 29, 1993. This submittal satisfies the

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requirements of section 211(m) of the Clean Air Act, as amended.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated October 29, 1993 which included the oxygenated 
gasoline program, amendments to the Massachusetts Air Pollution Control 
Regulations, 310 CMR 7.00, with an effective date of March 1, 1994, 
requesting that the submittal be approved and adopted as part of 
Massachusetts' SIP.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) The Technical Support Document for the Redesignation of the 
Boston Area as Attainment for Carbon Monoxide submitted on December 12, 
1994.
    (108) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on January 9, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated January 9, 1995 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air 
Pollution for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts effective on November 
18, 1994: 310 Code of Massachusetts Regulations Section 7.25 U Best 
Available Controls for Consumer and Commercial Products.
    (109) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on January 9, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated January 9, 1995, submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air 
Pollution for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts effective on December 
16, 1994: 310 Code of Massachusetts Regulations Section 7.18(28) 
Automotive Refinishing.
    (110)  [Reserved]
    (111) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 30, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated July 30, 1993 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Massachusetts Air Pollution Control Regulation 310 CMR 7.33, 
entitled ``City of Boston/South Boston Parking Freeze,'' and the 
following amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, entitled ``Definitions,'' which 
consist of adding or amending four definitions; motor vehicle parking 
space; off-peak parking spaces; remote parking spaces; and restricted 
use parking, effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on April 9, 
1993.
    (112) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on February 9, 
1994, and April 14, 1995, concerning emissions banking, trading, and 
averaging.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated February 9, 1994, and March 29, 1995, submitting 
revisions to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Regulations 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(1); 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix 
B(2); 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(3), except 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix 
B(3)(e)5.h; and, 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(5); effective on January 1, 
1994. Also, regulations 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(4); 310 CMR 7.00 
Appendix B(6); 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b); 310 CMR 7.19(2)(d); 310 CMR 
7.19(2)(g); and, 310 CMR 7.19(14); effective on January 27, 1995.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter and attachments from the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Protection dated February 8, 1996, submitting supplemental 
information concerning the demonstration of balance between credit 
creation and credit use.
    (113) A revision to the Massachusetts SIP regarding ozone 
monitoring. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts will modify its SLAMS and 
its NAMS monitoring systems to include a PAMS network design and 
establish monitoring sites. The Commonwealth's SIP revision satisfies 40 
CFR 58.20(f) PAMS requirements.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Massachusetts PAMS Network Plan, which incorporates PAMS into

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the ambient air quality monitoring network of State or Local Air 
Monitoring Stations (SLAMS) and National Air Monitoring Stations (NAMS).
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Protection dated December 30, 1993 submitting a revision to the 
Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.
    (114) The Commonwealth of Massachusetts' March 27, 1996 submittal 
for an enhanced motor vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) program, 
as amended on June 27, 1996 and July 29, 1996, and November 1, 1996, is 
conditionally approved based on certain contingencies, for an interim 
period to last eighteen months. If the Commonwealth fails to start its 
program according to schedule, or by November 15, 1997 at the latest, 
this conditional approval will convert to a disapproval after EPA sends 
a letter to the state. If the Commonwealth fails to satisfy the 
following conditions within 12 months of this rulemaking, this 
conditional approval will automatically convert to a disapproval as 
explained under section 110(k) of the Clean Air Act.
    (i) The conditions for approvability are as follows:
    (A) The time extension program as described and committed to in the 
March 3, 1997 letter from Massachusetts must be further defined and 
submitted to EPA as a SIP revision by no later than one year after the 
effective date of this interim approval. Another program which meets the 
requirements of 40 CFR 51.360 (Waivers and Compliance via Diagnostic 
Inspection) and provides for no more than a 1% waiver rate would also be 
approvable.
    (B) Other major deficiencies as described in the proposal must also 
be corrected in 40 CFR 51.351 (Enhanced I/M Performance Standard), 
Sec. 51.354 (Adequate Tools and Resources), Sec. 51.357 (Test Procedures 
and Standards), Sec. 51.359 (Quality Control), and Sec. 51.363 (Quality 
Assurance). The Commonwealth, committed in a letter dated March 3, 1997 
to correct these deficiencies within one year of conditional interim 
approval by EPA.
    (ii) In addition to the above conditions for approval, the 
Commonwealth must correct several minor, or de minimus deficiencies 
related to CAA requirements for enhanced I/M. Although satisfaction of 
these deficiencies does not affect the conditional approval status of 
the Commonwealth's rulemaking granted under the authority of section 110 
of the Clean Air Act, these deficiencies must be corrected in the final 
I/M SIP revision prior to the end of the 18-month interim period granted 
under the National Highway Safety Designation Act of 1995:
    (A) The SIP lacks a detailed description of the program evaluation 
element as required under 40 CFR 51.353;
    (B) The SIP lacks a detailed description of the test frequency and 
convenience element required under 40 CFR 51.355;
    (C) The SIP lacks a detailed description of the number and types of 
vehicles included in the program as required under 40 CFR 51.356;
    (D) The SIP lacks a detailed information concerning the enforcement 
process, and a commitment to a compliance rate to be maintained in 
practice required under 40 CFR 51.361.
    (E) The SIP lacks the details of the enforcement oversight program 
including quality control and quality assurance procedures to be used to 
insure the effective overall performance of the enforcement system as 
required under 40 CFR 51.362;
    (F) The SIP lacks a detailed description of procedures for 
enforcement against contractors, stations and inspectors as required 
under 40 CFR 51.364;
    (G) The SIP lacks a detailed description of data analysis and 
reporting provisions as required under 40 CFR 51.366;
    (H) The SIP lacks a public awareness plan as required by 40 CFR 
51.368; and
    (I) The SIP lacks provisions for notifying motorists of required 
recalls prior to inspection of the vehicle as required by 40 CFR 51.370.
    (iii) EPA is also approving this SIP revision under section 110(k), 
for its strengthening effect on the plan.
[37 FR 10871, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1120, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.

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Sec. 52.1121  Classification of regions.

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

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                                                                                  Pollutant
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
                Air quality control region                  Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon
                                                               matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide    Ozone
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Metropolitan Boston Intrastate............................           I          I       III         I          I
Merrimack Valley-Southern New Hampshire Interstate........           I          I       III       III        III
Metropolitan Providence Interstate........................           I          I       III       III        III
Central Massachusetts Intrastate..........................           I         II       III       III        III
Hartford-New Haven-Springfield Interstate.................           I          I       III         I          I
Berkshire Intrastate......................................          II        III       III       III        III
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[37 FR 10872, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16346, May 8, 1974; 45 
FR 61303, Sept. 16, 1980]



Sec. 52.1122  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1123  Approval status.

    (a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart the Administrator 
approves the Massachusetts plan as identified in Sec. 52.1120 for 
attainment and maintenance of the national standards under section 110 
of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, the Administrator finds that the plan 
identified in Sec. 52.1120 satisfies all requirements of Part D, Title I 
of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1977, except as noted below. In 
addition, continued satisfaction of the requirements of Part D of the 
ozone portion of the SIP depends on the adoption and submittal of RACT 
requirements by July 1, 1980 for the sources covered by CTGs issued 
between January 1978 and January 1979 and adoption and submittal by each 
subsequent January of additional RACT requirements for sourceovered by 
CTGs issued by the previous January.
    (b) The above requirements for continued satisfaction of Part D are 
fulfilled by Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(17) and a narrative 
commitment to review CTG IIIs issued in the future. Both were submitted 
on September 9, 1982. Additionally, each individual RACT determination 
made under 310 CMR 7.18(17) will be submitted as a SIP revision to 
incorporate the limitation into the SIP, and DEQE will propose 
regulations for CTG III category controls if the controls are 
appropriate for the State.
[45 FR 61303, Sept. 16, 1980, as amended at 48 FR 51485, Nov. 9, 1983]



Sec. 52.1124  Review of new sources and modifications.

    (a) Revisions to Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(2)(d) submitted on March 
30, 1979 are disapproved because they do not satisfy the requirements of 
Sec. 51.161.
[39 FR 7281, Feb. 25, 1974, as amended at 40 FR 47495, Oct. 9, 1975; 45 
FR 2043, Jan. 10, 1980; 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986; 60 FR 33923, June 29, 
1995]



Sec. 52.1125  Emission inventories.

    (a) The Governor's designee for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts 
submitted the 1990 base year emission inventories for the Springfield 
nonattainment area and the Massachusetts portion of the Boston-Lawrence-
Worcester ozone nonattainment area on November 13, 1992 as a revision to 
the State Implementation Plan (SIP). Revisions to the inventories were 
submitted on November 15, 1993, and November 15, 1994, and March 31, 
1997. The 1990 base year emission inventory requirement of section 
182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990, has been satisfied 
for these areas.
    (b) The inventories are for the ozone precursors which are volatile 
organic compounds, nitrogen oxides, and carbon monoxide. The inventories 
covers point, area, non-road mobile, on-road mobile, and biogenic 
sources.
    (c) Taken together, the Springfield nonattainment area and the 
Massachusetts portion of the Boston-Lawrence-Worcester nonattainment 
area encompass the entire geographic area of the

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State. Both areas are classified as serious ozone nonattainment areas.
[62 FR 37514, July 14, 1997]



Sec. 52.1126  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.

    (a) The revisions to the control strategy resulting from the 
modification to the emission limitations applicable to the sources 
listed below or resulting from the change in the compliance date for 
such sources with the applicable emission limitation is hereby approved. 
All regulations cited are air pollution control regulations of the 
State, unless otherwise noted. (See Sec. 52.1125 for compliance schedule 
approvals and disapprovals pertaining to one or more of the sources 
listed below.)

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                                                                         Regulation
                  Source                             Location             involved         Date of adoption
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Deerfield Specialty Papers, Inc..........  Monroe Bridge...............      5.1.2   Oct. 17, 1972.
Hollingsworth & Vose Co..................  East Walpole................      5.1.2   June 29, 1972.
Pepperell Paper Co.......................  Pepperell...................      5.1.2   Nov. 29, 1972.
Stevens Paper Mills, Inc.................  Westfield and South Hadley..      5.1.2   July 27, 1972.
Tileston and Hollingsworth Co............  Hyde Park...................      5.1.1   Nov. 21, 1972.
All sources in Berkshire APCD............  ............................      5.1.2       Do.
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    (b)(1) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 
5.1) for the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control District, which allows 
a relaxation of sulfur in fuel limitations under certain conditions, is 
approved for the following sources. All other sources remain subject to 
the previously approved requirements of Regulation 7.05(1) which 
stipulate that sources are required to burn residual fuel oil having a 
sulfur content not in excess of 0.55 pounds per million Btu heat release 
potential (approximately equivalent to 1 percent sulfur content.)

Deerfield Specialty Paper Company, Monroe Bridge; Amherst College, 
Amherst; Brown Company, Holyoke; Monsanto Polymer and Petrochemical 
Company, Building 21, Springfield; Monsanto Polymer and Petrochemical 
Company, Building 49, Springfield; Mount Holyoke College, South Hadley; 
Uniroyal Tire Inc., Chicopee; Smith College, Northampton; West 
Springfield Generating Station, Western Massachusetts Electric, West 
Springfield.

                           Pioneer Valley APCD

Belchertown State School, Belchertown
James River Graphics (formerly Scott Graphics), south Hadley 
(conditioned upon operation of the boilers on only one of the two stacks 
at any given time, and operation being so restricted in the source's 
operating permit granted by the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Quality Engineering.)
Massachusetts Mutual Life Insurance Company, Springfield.
Northampton State Hospital, Northampton.
Springfield Technical Community College, Springfield.
Stanley Home Products, Easthampton.
Stevens Elastomeric Industries, Easthampton.
Ware Industries, Ware.
Westfield State College, Westfield.
Westover Air Force Base (Building 1411), Chicopee.
University of Massachusetts, Amherst.
Mount Tom Generating Station, Holyoke.


    (2) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1)(e)(3) for Pioneer 
Valley, as submitted on March 2, 1979, and May 5, 1981, which allows 
sources in Hampshire and Franklin Counties rated at less than 100 
million Btu per hour heat input capacity to burn fuel oil having a 
sulfur content of not more than 1.21 pounds per million Btu heat release 
potential (approximately equivalent to 2.2% sulfur content) is approved 
for all such sources with the exception of:

Strathmore Paper Co., Montague.


    (c) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 
5.1) which allows a relaxation of sulfur in fuel limitations for the 
Central Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District, except in the City 
of Worcester, is approved for the following sources. All other sources 
remain subject to the previously approved requirements of Regulation 
7.05(1) which stipulate that sources are required to burn residual fuel 
oil having a sulfur content not in excess of 0.55 pounds per million BTU 
heat release potential (approximately equivalent to 1 percent sulfur 
content fuel oil).

American Optical Company, Southbridge, Wyman Gordon Company, Grafton, 
James

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River--Massachusetts Inc., Fitchburg, Fitchburg Paper Company, Fitchburg 
(only boilers which emit through the 55 meter stack).

                       Central Massachusetts APCD

Borden, Inc., Chemical Division, Leominster (conditioned upon first 
completing construction of new stack and certification of completion to 
the EPA by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering.).
Gardner State Hospital, Gardner.
Grafton State Hospital, Grafton.
Haywood-Shuster Woolen, E. Douglas.
Cranston Prints Works, Webster.
Baldwinville products, Templeton--(conditioned upon first completing 
construction of new stack, and certification of completion to the EPA by 
the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.).


    (d) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 
5.1) for the Southeastern Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District, 
which allows a relaxation of sulfur in fuel limitations under certain 
conditions is approved for the following sources. All other sources 
remain subject to the previously approved requirements of Regulation 
7.05(1) which stipulate that sources are required to burn residual fuel 
oil having a sulfur content not in excess of 0.55 pounds per million Btu 
heat release potential (approximately equivalent to 1 percent sulfur 
content.)

New England Power Company, Brayton Point Station, Somerset; Montaup 
Electric Company, Somerset Station, Somerset (limited to 75% capacity 
while burning higher sulfur fuels.) Canal Electric Company, Sandwich; 
Taunton Municipal Lighting Plant, Somerset Avenue, Taunton.

                     Southeastern Massachusetts APCD

L&O Realty Trust, Taunton.
New Bedford Gas and Electric, New Bedford.
Texas Instruments, Attleboro.
Arkwright Finishing Incorporated, Fall River.
Foster Forbes Glass Company, Milford.
Owens Illinois Inc., Mansfield.
Harodite Finishing Corporation, Dighton--(conditioned upon prior removal 
of rain-caps from stack, and certification of completion to the EPA by 
the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.)
Polaroid Corporation, New Bedford.


    (e) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 
5.1) for the Merrimack Valley Air Pollution Control District, excluding 
the City of Lawrence and the towns of Andover, Methuen, and North 
Andover, which allows a relaxation of sulfur in fuel limitations under 
certain conditions, is approved for the following sources. All other 
sources remain subject to the previously approved requirements of 
Regulation 7.05(1) which stipulates that sources are required to burn 
residual fuel oil having a sulfur content not in excess of 0.55 pounds 
per million Btu heat release potential (approximately equivalent to 1 
percent sulfur content).

Hollingsworth and Vose, West Groton; James River Paper, Pepperell; 
Haverhill Paperboard Corp., Haverhill. Residual oil burning facilities 
less than 100 million Btu's per hour heat input capacity, except in the 
City of Lawrence, and Towns of Andover, Methuen, and North Andover.


    (f) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 
5.1) for the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control District, which 
allows a relaxation of sulfur in fuel limitations under certain 
conditions, is approved for the following sources. All other sources 
remain subject to the previously approved requirements of Regulation 
7.05(1) which stipulate that sources in Arlington, Belmont, Boston, 
Brookline, Cambridge, Chelsea, Everett, Malden, Medford, Newton, 
Somerville, Waltham, and Watertown (the Boston Core Area) are limited to 
burn fuel with a sulfur content not in excess of 0.28 pounds per million 
Btu heat release potential (approximately 0.5% sulfur content residual 
oil; sources in the remaining APCD are limited to burn fuel with a 
sulfur content not in excess of 0.55 pounds per million Btu heat release 
potential (approximately 1% sulfur content residual oil).

                        Metropolitan Boston APCD

General Motors, Framingham.
Polaroid Corporation, Norwood.
Bird and Son, East Walpole.
Massachusetts Correctional Institute, South Walpole.
Bridgewater State College, Bridgewater.
Hanscom Field, Bedford.
Wellesley College, Wellesley.
National Tanning and Trading, Peabody.
General Tire, Reading.

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General Food Corporation, Atlantic Gelatin, Woburn.
Massachusetts Correctional Institute, Bridgewater.
W. R. Grace, Acton.
Massachusetts Correctional Institute, Concord.
Danvers State Hospital, Danvers.
New England Power Company, Salem Harbor Station, Salem; Boston Edison, L 
Street, New Boston Station, Boston; Boston Edison, Mystic Station, 
Everett; Ventron Corporation, Danvers; General Electric, Lynn River 
Works, Lynn; U.S.M. Corporation, Beverly; Medfield State Hospital, 
Medfield; General Dynamics, Quincy; Hollingsworth and Vose, East 
Walpole; Kendal Company, Walpole; Dennison Manufacturing Company, 
Framingham.
Procter and Gamble Company, Quincy.
Natick Paperboard Corporation, Natick.
[38 FR 9089, Apr. 10, 1973]


    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1126, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.



Sec. 52.1127  Attainment dates for national standards.

    The following table presents the latest dates by which the national 
standards are to be attained. The table reflects the new information 
presented in the approved Massachusetts plan.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                              TSP                   SO2
        Nonattainment areas         --------------------------------------------    NO2         CO         O3
                                      Primary   Secondary   Primary   Secondary
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Metropolitan Boston:
  Intrastate.......................  .........  .........          c          g          b  .........          h
  Boston...........................  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........          h  .........
  Danvers..........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Cambridge........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........          h  .........
  Framingham.......................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Lynn.............................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Marblehead.......................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Norwood..........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Medford..........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........          h  .........
  Peabody..........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Quincy...........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........          h  .........
  Revere...........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Swampscott.......................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Waltham..........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........          h  .........
  Remainder AQCR...................          a          b  .........  .........  .........          b  .........
Merrimack Valley-Southern:
  NH Interstate....................  .........  .........          c          c          b  .........          h
  Lowell...........................  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........          h  .........
  Haverhill........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Lawrence.........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Remainder AQCR...................          a          b  .........  .........  .........          b  .........
Metropolitan Providence:
  Interstate.......................  .........  .........          c          c          b          b          h
Fall River.........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Remainder of AQCR................          a          b  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
Central Mass Intrastate............  .........  .........          a          c          b  .........          h
  Worcester........................          f          g  .........  .........  .........          h  .........
  Athol............................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Fitchburg........................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Remainder of AQCR................          a          b  .........  .........  .........          b  .........
Hartford-New Haven Springfield:
  Interstate.......................  .........  .........          a          c          b  .........          h
  Springfield......................          a          g  .........  .........  .........          h  .........
  Remainder AQCR...................          a          b  .........  .........  .........          b  .........
Berkshire Intrastate...............  .........  .........          a          b          b          b          h
  Adams............................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  North Adams......................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Pittsfield.......................          a          g  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
  Remainder AQCR...................          a          b  .........  .........  .........  .........  .........
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Note: Footnotes which are underlined are prescribed by the Administrator because the plan did not provide a
  specific date or the date provided was not acceptable.
a. Air quality levels presently below primary standards or area is unclassifiable.
b. Air quality levels presently below secondary standards or area is unclassifiable.
c. May 31, 1975.
d. August 1, 1978.
e. May 31, 1977.
f. January 1, 1979.
g. 18-month extension for plan submittal granted, attainment date not yet proposed.
h. December 31, 1987.

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Sources subject to plan requirements and attainment dates established under section 110(a)(2)(A) prior to the
  1977 Clean Air Act Amendments remain obligated to comply with those requirements by the earlier deadlines. The
  earlier attainment dates are set out at 40 CFR 52.1127 (1978).

[45 FR 61303, Sept. 16, 1980; 46 FR 33524, June 30, 1981]



Sec. 52.1128  Transportation and land use controls.

    (a) For purposes of this subpart, the definitions herein are 
applicable.
    (b) Definitions:
    (1) Register as applied to a motor vehicle, means the licensing of 
such motor vehicle for general operation on public roads or highways by 
the appropriate agency of the Federal Government or by the Commonwealth.
    (2) Boston Intrastate Region means the Metropolitan Boston 
Intrastate Air Quality Control Region, as defined in Sec. 81.19 of this 
part.
    (3) [Reserved]
    (4) Freeze area means that portion of the Boston Intrastate Region 
enclosed within the following boundaries:
    The City of Cambridge; that portion of the City of Boston from the 
Charles River and the Boston Inner Harbor on north and northeast of pier 
4 on Northern Avenue; by the east side of pier 4 to B Street, B Street 
extension of B Street to B Street, B Street, Dorchester Avenue, and the 
Preble Street to Old Colony Avenue, then east to the water, then by the 
water's edge around Columbia Point on various courses generally 
easterly, southerly, and westerly to the center of the bridge on 
Morrissey Boulevard, on the east and southeast; then due west to 
Freeport Street, Freeport Street, Dorchester Avenue, Southeast 
Expressway, Southampton Street, Reading Street, Island Street, Chadwick 
Street, Carlow Street, Albany Street, Hunneman Street, Madison Street, 
Windsor Street, Cabot Street, Ruggles Street, Parker Street, Ward 
Street, Huntington Avenue, Brookline-Boston municipal boundary, 
Mountford Street to the Boston University Bridge on the southwest and 
west; and the Logan International Airport. Where a street or roadway 
forms a boundary the entire right-of-way of the street is within the 
freeze area as defined.
    (5) Boston proper means that portion of the City of Boston, 
Massachusetts, contained within the following boundaries: The Charles 
River and Boston Inner Harbor on the northwest, north, and northeast, 
the Inner Harbor, Fort Point Channel, Fitzgerald Expressway, and the 
Massachusetts Avenue Expressway access branch on the east and southeast, 
and Massachusetts Avenue on the west. Where a street or roadway forms a 
boundary, the entire right-of-way of the street is within the Boston 
proper area as here defined.
    (6) Regional Administrator means the Administrator of Region I of 
the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.
    (7) Governor means the Governor of the Commonwealth or the head of 
such executive office of the Commonwealth as the Governor shall 
designate as responsible for carrying out specific provisions of this 
subpart.
    (8) Commonwealth means the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
[40 FR 25161, June 12, 1975]



Secs. 52.1129--52.1130  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1131  Control strategy: Particulate matter.

    (a) Revisions to the following regulations submitted on March 30, 
1979 are disapproved:
    (1) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(8), Table 2, new facilities greater than 
250 million Btu/hr input burning solid fuel.
    (2) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(9), Table 5.
[45 FR 2044, Jan. 10, 1980]



Sec. 52.1132  Control strategy: Carbon Monoxide.

    (a) Approval--On November 13, 1992, the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Protection submitted a revision to the carbon monoxide 
State Implementation Plan for the 1990 base year emission inventory. The 
inventory was submitted by the State of Massachusetts to satisfy Federal 
requirements under section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act as amended in 
1990, as a revision to the carbon monoxide State Implementation Plan.

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    (i) Approval--On December 12, 1994, the Massachusetts Department of 
Environmental Protection submitted a request to redesignate the Boston 
Area carbon monoxide nonattainment area to attainment for carbon 
monoxide. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a 
maintenance plan as required by 175A of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 
1990. Elements of the section 175A maintenance plan include a base year 
(1993 attainment year) emission inventory for carbon monoxide, a 
demonstration of maintenance of the carbon monoxide NAAQS with projected 
emission inventories to the year 2010 for carbon monoxide, a plan to 
verify continued attainment, a contingency plan, and an obligation to 
submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years as required by 
the Clean Air Act. If the area records a violation of the carbon 
monoxide NAAQS (which must be confirmed by the State), Massachusetts 
will implement one or more appropriate contingency measure(s) which are 
contained in the contingency plan. The menu of contingency measures 
includes an enhanced motor vehicle inspection and maintenance program 
and implementation of the oxygenated fuels program. The redesignation 
request and maintenance plan meet the redesignation requirements in 
sections 107(d)(3)(E) and 175A of the Act as amended in 1990, 
respectively. The redesignation meets the Federal requirements of 
section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act as a revision to the 
Massachusetts Carbon Monoxide State Implementation Plan for the above 
mentioned area.
[61 FR 2923, Jan. 30, 1996]



Sec. 52.1133  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1134  Regulation limiting on-street parking by commuters.

    (a) On-street parking means parking a motor vehicle on any street, 
highway, or roadway, except for legal stops within designated loading 
zones or areas defined for loading purposes, at or before intersections, 
as caution, safety and emergencies require, whether or not a person 
remains in the vehicle.
    (b) Commencing on or before June 30, 1974, the Commonwealth, the 
City of Boston, the City of Cambridge, and administrative bodies of any 
of them having jurisdiction over any streets, highways, or roadways 
within the City of Cambridge or Boston proper, and the principal 
officials and administrative bodies thereof having responsibility over 
parking on such streets, highways, or roadways, shall adopt all 
necessary administrative and enforcement procedures and regulations to 
effect a prohibition of on-street parking within Boston proper between 
the hours of 7 a.m. and 9:30 a.m., and within the City of Cambridge 
between the hours of 7 a.m. and 10 a.m., except Saturdays, Sundays and 
legal holidays. The regulations shall state that violation of the 
prohibition shall be punishable by a fine of not less than $15. The City 
of Boston shall at a minimum eliminate 50 percent of on-street parking 
during the hours specified by January 1, 1976; 66\2/3\ percent by 
September 1, 1976; and 100 percent by March 1, 1977. The City of 
Cambridge shall at a minimum eliminate 33\1/3\ percent of on-street 
parking during the hours specified by September 30, 1974; 66\2/3\ 
percent by July 1, 1975; and 100 percent by March 1, 1977. Any other 
affected entity shall at a minimum eliminate 33\1/3\ percent of such 
parking during the hours of 7 a.m. to 10 a.m. by January 1, 1976; 66\2/
3\ percent by September 1, 1976, and 100 percent by March 1, 1977.
    (c) The following classes of vehicles shall be exempt from the 
requirements of this section, provided that on-street parking by such 
vehicles is in compliance with local and state regulations:
    (1) Vehicles owned by residents of that portion of Boston included 
within Boston proper that are registered in Boston and display a 
resident parking sticker for that area issued by the City of Boston;
    (2) Vehicles owned by residents of Cambridge that are registered in 
and parked within Cambridge and display an appropriate parking sticker 
issued by the City of Cambridge;
    (3) Vehicles owned and operated by handicapped persons with HP 
license plates; and
    (4) Vehicles registered as ``commercial vehicles'' by the 
Commonwealth and displaying appropriate license plates.

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    (d) On or before June 30, 1974, no owner or operator of a motor 
vehicle shall park, or permit the on-street parking of, said vehicle 
within Cambridge or Boston proper except in conformity with the 
provisions of this section and the measures implementing it.
    (e) The Governor and the chief executive of any other governmental 
entity on which obligations are imposed by paragraph (b) of this section 
should, on or before April 15, 1974, submit to the Regional 
Administrator for his approval a detailed statement of the legal and 
administrative steps selected to effect the prohibition provided for in 
paragraphs (b) and (d) of this section, and a schedule of implementation 
consistent with the requirements of this section. Such schedule shall 
include as a minimum the following:
    (1) Designation of one or more agencies responsible for the 
administration and enforcement of the program;
    (2) The procedures by which the designated agency will enforce the 
prohibition provided for in paragraphs (b) and (d) of this section;
    (3) The procedures by which vehicles exempt from the requirements of 
this section will be marked; and
    (4) A map showing which streets will be subject to the ban according 
to the schedule of implementation.
    (f) Upon a finding that substantial hardship would otherwise be 
experienced by employees of employment facilities located in Cambridge, 
the Director of Traffic and Parking of the City of Cambridge may issue 
special parking stickers to such employees which shall entitle vehicles 
to park during the hours of the ban. Such stickers shall be valid only 
for those streets and areas of streets clearly identified on the face of 
such stickers, shall be issued with preference being given to carpools 
and vanpools and shall be subject to immediate revocation if the vehicle 
is cited for a parking violation on a street or area other than those 
designated. A list of all persons receiving such stickers shall be sent 
to the Regional Administrator on or before July 1 of each year.
    (g) The ban shall not apply to any street space which is subject to 
metered parking with a maximum allowable time limit of one hour.
[40 FR 25162, June 12, 1975]



Sec. 52.1135  Regulation for parking   freeze.

    (a) Definitions:
    (1) The phrase to commence construction means to engage in a 
continuous program of on-site construction including site clearance, 
grading, dredging, or land filling specifically designed for a parking 
facility in preparation for the fabrication, erection, or installation 
of the building components of the facility. For the purpose of this 
paragraph, interruptions resulting from acts of God, strikes, 
litigation, or other matters beyond the control of the owner shall be 
disregarded in determining whether a construction or modification 
program is continuous.
    (2) The phrase to commence modification means to engage in a 
continuous program of on-site modification including site clearance, 
grading, dredging, or land filling in preparation for a specific 
modification of the parking facility.
    (3) The phrase commercial parking space means a space used for 
parking a vehicle in a commercial parking facility.
    (4) [Reserved]
    (5) Commercial parking facility (also called facility) means any 
lot, garage, building or structure, or combination or portion thereof, 
on or in which motor vehicles are temporarily parked for a fee, 
excluding (i) a parking facility, the use of which is limited 
exclusively to residents (and guests of residents) of a residential 
building or group of buildings under common control, and (ii) parking on 
public streets.
    (6) Freeze means to maintain at all times after October 15, 1973, 
the total quantity of commercial parking spaces available for use at the 
same amounts as were available for use prior to said date; Provided, 
That such quantity may be increased by spaces the construction of which 
commenced prior to October 15, 1973, or as specifically permitted by 
paragraphs (n), (p) and (q) of this section; provided further that such 
additional spaces do not result in an increase of more than 10 percent 
in the

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total commercial parking spaces available for use on October 15, 1973, 
in any municipality within the freeze area or at Logan International 
Airport (``Logan Airport''). For purposes of the last clause of the 
previous sentence, the 10 percent limit shall apply to each municipality 
and Logan Airport separately.
    (b) [Reserved]
    (c) There is hereby established a freeze, as defined by paragraph 
(a)(6) of this section, on the availability of commercial parking 
facilities in the freeze area effective October 15, 1973. In the event 
construction in any municipality, commenced prior to October 15, 1973, 
results in a number of spaces which exceeds the 10 percent limit 
prescribed by paragraph (a)(6) of this section, then the Governor shall 
immediately take all necessary steps to assure that the available 
commercial spaces within such municipality shall be reduced to comply 
with the freeze. In the event that such limit is exceeded at Logan 
Airport, then the provisions of paragraph (m) of this section shall 
apply.
    (d) [Reserved]
    (e) After August 15, 1973, no person shall commence construction of 
any commercial parking facility or modification of any such existing 
facility in the freeze area unless and until he has obtained from the 
Governor or from an agency approved by the Governor a permit stating 
that construction or modification of such facility will be in compliance 
with the parking freeze established by paragraph (c) of this section. 
This paragraph shall not apply to any proposed parking facility for 
which a general construction contract was finally executed by all 
appropriate parties on or before August 15, 1973.
    (f) The Governor shall notify the Regional Administrator in writing 
within 10 days of approval of any agency pursuant to paragraph (e) of 
this section. In order for any agency to be approved by the Governor for 
purposes of issuing permits pursuant to paragraph (e) of this section, 
such agency shall demonstrate to the satisfaction of the Governor that:
    (1) Requirements for permit application and issuance have been 
established. Such requirements shall include but not be limited to a 
condition that before a permit may be issued the following findings of 
fact or factually supported projections must be made:
    (i) The location of the facility; and
    (ii) The total motor vehicle capacity before and after the proposed 
cons t r u c t i o n o r m o d i f i c a t i o n o f t h e facility.
    (2) Criteria for issuance of permits have been established and 
published. Such criteria shall include, but not be limited to:
    (i) Full consideration of all facts contained in the application.
    (ii) Provisions that no permit will be issued if construction or 
modification of the facility will not comply with the requirements of 
paragraph (c) of this section.
    (3) Agency procedures provide that no permit for the construction or 
modification of a facility covered by this section shall be issued 
without notice and opportunity for public hearing. The public hearing 
may be of a legislative type; the notice shall conform to the 
requirements of 40 CFR 51.4(b); and the agency rules or procedures may 
provide that if no notice of intent to participate in the hearing is 
received from any member of the public (other than the applicant) prior 
to 7 days before the scheduled hearing date, no hearing need be held. If 
notice of intent to participate is required, the fact shall be noted 
prominently in the required hearing notice.
    (g)-(l) [Reserved]
    (m) On or before January 30, 1975, the Massachusetts Port Authority 
(``Massport'') shall prepare and submit to the Governor for his approval 
a plan showing the manner in which the number of commercial parking 
spaces at Logan Airport which exceeds the number of such spaces 
permitted under the freeze shall be removed from use. The Governor shall 
approve such plan if he determines that (1) implementation of such plan 
would result in reducing the aggregate number of commercial parking 
spaces to the level of such spaces permitted by this section, (2) 
Massport has adequate legal authority to implement such plan and (3) 
adequate commitments have been made by Massport to assure the Governor 
that such plan

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will be fully implemented and maintained on and after May 1, 1976. In 
the event that the Governor does not approve such plan by April 1, 1976, 
then the owner or operator of each commercial parking facility located 
at Logan Airport shall, on or before July 1, 1976, reduce the number of 
commercial parking spaces available for use at each such facility by an 
amount which bears the same proportion to the number of spaces exceeding 
the limit imposed by this section as the number of spaces available at 
such facility bears the total number of such spaces which were available 
for use at Logan Airport on April 1, 1976.
    (n) Where an agency approved by the Governor under paragraph (e) of 
this section to issue permits for new construction in the City of 
Cambridge demonstrates to the satisfaction of the Governor that (1) 
specific on-street parking spaces in use as of October 15, 1973, were 
being legally and regularly used as of such date for parking by 
commuters (as that term is defined in Sec. 52.1161(a)(6)) who are not 
residents of Cambridge and that (2) effective measures have been 
implemented (including adequate enforcement) to prevent such spaces from 
being used by such commuters, then such approved agency may issue 
permits for construction of additional new commercial  parking  spaces  
equal  to  one-half  of  the  number  of  spaces  removed  from  regular 
 use  by  such  commuters  and  the  total  quantity  of  commercial  
parking  spaces  allowable  in  Cambridge  under  this  section  shall  
be  raised  accordingly.
    (o) On or before July 31, 1976, and on or before each succeeding 
July 31, the Governor and the chief executive officer of any agency 
approved by the Governor under paragraph (e) of this section shall 
submit a report to the Regional Administrator setting forth:
    (1) The names and addresses of all persons who received permits 
during the previous twelve-month period ending June 30 and number of 
spaces allocated to each such person;
    (2) The number of commercial parking spaces available for use as of 
the June 30 prior to the date of the report;
    (3) The number of commercial parking spaces which remain available 
for allocation by the Governor or such agency as of the June 30 prior to 
the date of the report, including those spaces made available because of 
retirement of existing commercial parking spaces as well as those spaces 
made available because of the effects of paragraphs (n), (p) and (q) of 
this section; and
    (4) The location and capacity of any park-and-ride facility 
designated under paragraph (p) of this section.
    (p) The Governor and any approved agency may issue a permit to 
construct a commercial parking facility which is designated by the 
Governor as a park-and-ride facility to be operated in conjunction with 
mass transit service without regard to the limitations on number of 
spaces imposed by this section.
    (q) Where an agency approved by the Governor can demonstrate to the 
satisfaction of the Governor that there have been physically eliminated 
through permanent modification or demolition any legal on-street parking 
spaces within a municipality then such agency may issue permits for 
construction within that municipality of additional new commercial 
parking spaces equal to the number of spaces thus eliminated and the 
total quantity of commercial parking spaces allowable for such 
municipality under this section shall be increased accordingly.
    (r) The provisions of this regulation shall cease to be effective as 
to that portion of the freeze area lying within the City of Boston and 
not included within Boston proper or Logan Airport at such time as the 
City of Boston implements a program, approved by the Governor, which 
shall include effective measures to control the construction of 
additional commercial parking spaces within that area, including 
procedures for issuance of conditional use permits under applicable 
zoning regulations and for assuring compliance with all air quality 
requirements under state and Federal law.
[40 FR 25162, June 12, 1975, as amended at 40 FR 39863, Aug. 29, 1975]

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Secs. 52.1136--52.1144  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1145  Regulation on organic solvent use.

    (a) Definitions:
    (1) Organic solvents include diluents and thinners and are defined 
as organic materials which are liquids at standard conditions and which 
are used as dissolvers, viscosity reducers, or cleaning agents, except 
that such materials which exhibit a boiling point higher than 220 deg. 
F. at 0.5 millimeters of mercury absolute pressure or having an 
equivalent vapor pressure shall not be considered to be solvents unless 
exposed to temperatures exceeding 220 deg. F.
    (2) Solvent of high photochemical reactivity means any solvent with 
an aggregate of more than 20 percent of its total volume composed of the 
chemical compounds classified below or which exceeds any of the 
following individual percentage composition limitations in reference to 
the total volume of solvent:
    (i) A combination of hydrocarbons, alcohols, aldehydes, esters, 
ethers, or ketones having an olefinic or cycloolefinic type of 
unsaturation: 5 percent;
    (ii) A combination of aromatic compounds with eight or more carbon 
atoms to the molecule except ethylbenzene: 8 percent;
    (iii) A combination of ethylbenzene, ketones having branched 
hydrocarbon structures, trichloroethylene or toluene: 20 percent. 
Whenever any organic solvent or any constituent of an organic solvent 
may be classified from its chemical structure into more than one of the 
above groups of organic compounds, it shall be considered as a member of 
the most reactive chemical group, that is, that group having the least 
allowable percentage of total volume of solvents.
    (3) Organic materials are chemical compounds of carbon excluding 
carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, carbonic acid, metallic carbides, 
metallic carbonates, and ammonium carbonate.
    (b) This section is applicable throughout the Boston Intrastate 
Region. The requirements of this section shall be in effect in 
accordance with Sec. 52.1147.
    (c) No person shall cause, allow, suffer, or permit the discharge 
into the atmosphere of more than 15 pounds of organic materials in any 1 
day, nor more than 3 pounds of organic materials in any 1 hour, from any 
article, machine, equipment, or other contrivance, in which any organic 
solvent or any material containing organic solvent comes into contact 
with flame or is baked, heat-cured, or heat-polymerized, in the presence 
of oxygen, unless said discharge has been reduced as a result of the 
installation of abatement controls by at least 85 percent. Those 
portions of any series of articles, machines, equipment, or other 
contrivances designed for processing a continuous web, strip, or wire 
that emit organic materials and use operations described in this section 
shall be collectively subject to compliance with this section.
    (d) No person shall cause, suffer, allow, or permit the discharge 
into the atmosphere of more than 40 pounds of organic materials in any 1 
day, nor more than 8 pounds in any 1 hour, from any article, machine, 
equipment, or other contrivance used under conditions other than 
described in paragraph (c) of this section for employing, or applying 
any solvent of high photochemical reactivity or material containing such 
photochemically reactive solvent, unless said discharge has been reduced 
as a result of the installation of abatement controls by at least 85 
percent. Emissions of organic materials into the atmosphere resulting 
from air or heated drying of products for the first 12 hours after their 
removal from any article, machine, equipment or other contrivance 
described in this section shall be included in determining compliance 
with this section. Emissions resulting from baking, heat-curing, or 
heat-polymerizing as described in paragraph (c) of this section shall be 
excluded from determination of compliance with this section. Those 
portions of any series of articles, machines, equipment, or other 
contrivances designed for processing a continuous web, strip, or wire 
that emit organic materials and use operations described in this section 
shall be collectively subject to compliance with this section.
    (e) Emissions of organic materials to the atmosphere from the clean-
up with

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a solvent of high photochemical reactivity, or any article, machine, 
equipment, or other contrivance described in paragraph (c) or (d) of 
this section or in this paragraph, shall be included with the other 
emissions of organic materials from that article, machine, equipment or 
other contrivance for determining compliance with this section.
    (f) No person shall cause, suffer, allow, or permit during any one 
day disposal of a total of more than 1.5 gallons of any solvent of high 
photochemical reactivity, or of any material containing more than 1.5 
gallons of any such photochemically reactive solvent by any means that 
will permit the evaporation of such solvent into the atmosphere.
    (g) Emissions of organic materials into the atmosphere required to 
be controlled by paragraph (c) or (d) of this section shall be reduced 
by:
    (1) Incineration, provided that 90 percent or more of the carbon in 
the organic material being incinerated is converted to carbon dioxide, 
or
    (2) Adsorption, or
    (3) The use of other abatement control equipment determined by the 
Regional Administrator to be no less effective than either of the above 
methods.
    (h) A person incinerating, adsorbing, or otherwise processing 
organic materials pursuant to this section shall provide, properly 
install and maintain in calibration, in good working order, and in 
operation, devices as specified in the authority to construct, or as 
specified by the Regional Administrator, for indicating temperatures, 
pressures, rates of flow, or other operating conditions necessary to 
determine the degree and effectiveness of air pollution control.
    (i) Any person using organic solvents or any materials containing 
organic solvents shall supply the Regional Administrator upon request 
and in the manner and form prescribed by him, written evidence of the 
chemical composition, physical properties, and amount consumed for each 
organic solvent used.
    (j) The provisions of this rule shall not apply to:
    (1) The manufacture of organic solvents, or the transport or storage 
of organic solvents or materials containing organic solvents.
    (2) The spraying or other use of insecticides, pesticides, or 
herbicides.
    (3) The employment, application, evaporation, or drying of saturated 
halogenated hydrocarbons or perchloroethylene.
    (4) The use of any material, in any article, machine, equipment or 
other contrivance described in paragraph (c), (d), or (e) of this 
section if:
    (i) The volatile content of such material consists only of water, 
and organic solvents;
    (ii) The organic solvents comprise not more than 30 percent by 
volume of said volatile content;
    (iii) The volatile content is not a solvent of high photochemical 
reactivity as defined in paragraph (a) of this section; and
    (iv) The organic solvent or any material containing organic solvent 
does not come into contact with flame. This last stipulation applies 
only for those articles, machines, equipment or other contrivances that 
are constructed or modified after November 8, 1973.
    (5) The use of any material, in any article, machine, equipment or 
other contrivance described in paragraph (c), (d), or (e) of this 
section if:
    (i) The organic solvent content of such material does not exceed 30 
percent by volume of said material;
    (ii) The volatile content is not a solvent of high photochemical 
reactivity; and
    (iii) [Reserved]
    (iv) The organic solvent or any material containing organic solvent 
does not come into contact with flame. This last stipulation applies 
only for those articles, machines, equipment or other contrivances that 
are constructed or modified after November 8, 1973.
    (6) [Reserved]
    (7) An article, machine, equipment or other contrivance described in 
paragraph (c), (d) or (e) of this section used exclusively for chemical 
or physical analyses or determination of product quality and commercial 
acceptance provided that--
    (i) The exemption is approved in writing by the Regional 
Administrator;
    (ii) The operator of said article, machine, equipment or contrivance 
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an integral part of the production process; and
    (iii) The emissions from said article, machine, equipment or other 
contrivance do not exceed 800 lbs. in any calendar month.
    (8) Sources subject to the provisions of Massachusetts Regulation 
310 CMR 7.18 which has been federally approved.
    (k) [Reserved]
    (l) All determinations of emission rates shall be conducted in a 
manner approved in writing by the Regional Administrator.
[40 FR 25165, June 12, 1975, as amended at 47 FR 28373, June 30, 1982]



Sec. 52.1146  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1147  Federal compliance schedules.

    (a) Except as provided in paragraph (c) of this section, the owner 
or operator of a source subject to regulation under paragraph (c)(1) of 
Sec. 52.1144 and Sec. 52.1145 shall comply with the increments of 
progress contained in the following schedule:
    (1) Final control plans for emission control systems or process 
modifications must be submitted on or before June 1, 1974, for sources 
subject to Sec. 52.1144(c)(1) and on or before May 1, 1974 for sources 
subject to Sec. 52.1145.
    (2) Contracts for emission control systems or process modifications 
must be awarded or orders must be issued for the purchase of component 
parts to accomplish emission control or process modifications on or 
before March 1, 1975, for sources subject to Sec. 52.1144(c)(1) and on 
or before July 1, 1974, for sources subject to Sec. 52.1145.
    (3) Initiation of on-site construction or installation of emission 
control equipment or process modification must begin on or before May 1, 
1975, for sources subject to Sec. 52.1144(c)(1) and on or before August 
15, 1974, for sources subject to Sec. 52.1145.
    (4) On-site construction or installation of emission control 
equipment or process modification must be completed prior to April 15, 
1975, except for purposes of paragraph (c)(1) of Sec. 52.1144, the 
applicable date shall be February 1, 1976.
    (5) Final compliance is to be achieved prior to May 31, 1975, except 
for sources subject to paragraph (c)(1) of Sec. 52.1144 of this subpart. 
Final compliance for sources subject to paragraph (c)(1) of Sec. 52.1144 
is to be achieved by June 1, 1976.
    (i) Facilities subject to paragraph (c)(1)(iii) of Sec. 52.1144 of 
this subpart which have a daily throughput of 20,000 gallons of gasoline 
or less are required to have a vapor recovery system in operation no 
later than May 31, 1977. Delivery vessels and storage containers served 
exclusively by facilities required to have a vapor recovery system in 
operation no later than May 31, 1977, also are required to meet the 
provisions of this section no later than May 31, 1977.
    (6) Any owner or operator of stationary sources subject to 
compliance schedule in this paragraph shall certify to the Administrator 
within 5 days after the deadline for each increment of progress, whether 
or not the required increment of progress has been met.
    (7) Any gasoline dispensing facility subject to paragraph (c)(1) of 
Sec. 52.1144 which installs a storage tank after October 15, 1973, shall 
comply with such paragraph by March 1, 1976. Any facility subject to 
such paragraph which installs a storage tank after March 1, 1976 shall 
comply with such paragraph at the time of installation.
    (b) Except as provided in paragraph (d) of this section, the owner 
or operator of a source subject to paragraph (d)(1) of Sec. 52.1144 
shall comply with the increments of progress contained in the following 
compliance schedule:
    (1) Final control plans for emission control systems or process 
modifications must be submitted prior to January 1, 1975.
    (2) Contracts for emission control systems or process modifications 
must be awarded or orders must be issued for the purchase of component 
parts to accomplish emission control or process modification prior to 
March 1, 1975.
    (3) Initiation of on-site construction or installation of emission 
control equipment or process modification must begin not later than May 
1, 1975.
    (4) On-site construction or installation of emission control 
equipment or process modification must be completed prior to May 1, 
1977.

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    (5) Federal compliance is to be achieved prior to May 31, 1977.
    (6) Any owner or operator of stationary sources subject to the 
compliance schedule in this paragraph shall certify to the 
Administrator, within 5 days after the deadline for each increment of 
progress, whether or not the required increment of progress has been 
met.
    (7) Any gasoline dispensing facility subject to paragraph (d)(1) of 
Sec. 52.1144 which installs a gasoline dispensing system after the 
effective date of this regulation shall comply with the requirements of 
such paragraph by May 31, 1977. Any facility subject to such paragraph 
which installs a gasoline dispensing system after May 31, 1977, shall 
comply with such paragraph at the time of installation.
    (c) Paragraph (a) of this section shall not apply:
    (1) To a source which is presently in compliance with all 
requirements of paragraph (c)(1) of Sec. 52.1144 and Sec. 52.1145 and 
which has certified such compliance to the Administrator by June 1, 
1974. The Administrator may request whatever supporting information he 
considers necessary for proper certification.
    (2) To a source for which a compliance schedule is adopted by the 
Commonwealth and approved by the Administrator.
    (3) To a source subject to Sec. 52.1144(c)(1) whose owner or 
operator submits to the Administrator by June 1, 1974, a proposed 
alternative compliance schedule. No such schedule may provide for 
compliance after March 1, 1976. If promulgated by the Administrator, 
such schedule shall satisfy the requirements of this paragraph for the 
affected source.
    (4) To a source subject to Sec. 52.1145 whose owner or operator 
submits to the Administrator by May 1, 1974, a proposed alternative 
compliance schedule. No such schedule may provide for compliance after 
May 31, 1975. If promulgated by the Administrator, such schedule shall 
satisfy the requirements of this paragraph for the affected source.
    (d) Paragraph (b) of this section shall not apply:
    (1) To a source which is presently in compliance with paragraph 
(d)(1) of Sec. 52.1144 and which has certified such compliance to the 
Administrator by January 1, 1975. The Administrator may request whatever 
supporting information he considers necessary for proper certification.
    (2) To a source for which a compliance schedule is adopted by the 
State and approved by the Administrator.
    (3) To a source whose owner or operator submits to the Administrator 
by June 1, 1974, a proposed alternative schedule. No such schedule may 
provide for compliance after May 31, 1977. If promulgated by the 
Administrator, such schedule shall satisfy the requirements of this 
paragraph for the affected source.
    (e) Nothing in this paragraph shall preclude the Administrator from 
promulgating a separate schedule for any source to which the application 
of the compliance schedule in paragraph (a) or (b) of this section fails 
to satisfy and requirements of 40 CFR 51.15 (b) and (c).
[38 FR 30970, Nov. 8, 1973]

    Editorial Notes: (1) For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1147, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.

    (2) The compliance dates given in paragraphs (b) (1) through (3) of 
Sec. 52.1147 were deferred indefinitely at 40 FR 1127, Jan. 6, 1975.



Secs. 52.1148--52.1159  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1160  Requirements for state implementation plan revisions relating to new motor vehicles.

    Massachusetts' adopted LEV program must be revised to the extent 
necessary for the state to comply with all aspects of the requirements 
of Sec. 51.120.
[60 FR 4737, Jan. 24, 1995]



Sec. 52.1161  Incentives for reduction in single-passenger commuter vehicle use.

    (a) Definitions:
    (1) Employer means any person or entity which employs 50 or more 
employees at any time during a calendar year at an employment facility 
located in the Boston Intrastate Region.

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    (2) Educational institution means any person or entity which has 250 
or more employees and students at any time during the academic year at 
an educational facility offering secondary level or higher training 
including vocational training located in the Boston Intrastate Region.
    (3) Employee means any person who performs work for an employer 
thirty-five or more hours per week and for more than twenty weeks per 
year for compensation and who travels to and from work by any mode of 
travel.
    (4) Student means any full-time day student who does not live at the 
educational institution and who travels to and from classes by any mode 
of travel.
    (5) Affected facility means any employment facility at which 50 or 
more persons are employees or any educational facility at which 250 or 
more persons are students and employees.
    (6) Commuter means both an employee and a student.
    (7) Single-passenger commuter vehicle means a motor-driven vehicle 
with four or more wheels with capacity for a driver plus one or more 
passengers which is used by a commuter traveling alone to work or 
classes and is not customarily required to be used in the course of his 
employment or studies.
    (8) Base date means the date set forth in paragraph (d) of this 
section as of which the base number of single-passenger commuter 
vehicles at a particular employment facility or educational institution 
must be determined.
    (9) The Secretary means the Secretary of Transportation and 
Construction of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
    (b) Commencing with the effective date of this section, each 
employer and educational institution (except as provided below) shall 
diligently and expeditiously implement and thereafter continuously 
maintain the following mandatory measures which are designed to achieve 
a goal of reducing the number of single-passenger commuter vehicles 
customarily commuting daily to each affected facility as of its base 
date by 25 percent (or as adjusted pursuant to paragraph (g) of this 
section):
    (1) Making available to commuters any pass program offered by the 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, if any commuter to the 
facility uses the mass transit facilities of such Authority as part of 
his daily commuting trip, including making all administrative 
arrangements for commuters to purchase the pass and thereby participate 
in the pass program and encouraging commuters to participate by such 
means as publicizing the availability of the pass program and the cost 
advantages thereof.
    (2)-(8) [Reserved]
[40 FR 25166, June 12, 1975, as amended at 47 FR 28373, June 30, 1982; 
41 FR 10223, Mar. 10, 1976]



Sec. 52.1162  Regulation for bicycle use.

    (a) Definitions:
    (1) Bicycle means a two-wheel nonmotor-powered vehicle.
    (2) Bike path means a route for the exclusive use of bicycles 
separated by grade or other physical barrier from motor traffic.
    (3) Bike lane means a street lane restricted to bicycles and so 
designated by means of painted lanes, pavement coloring or other 
appropriate markings. A peak hour bike lane means a bike lane effective 
only during times of heaviest auto commuter traffic.
    (4) Bike route means a route in which bicycles share road space with 
motorized vehicles.
    (5) Bikeway means bike paths, bike lanes and bike routes.
    (6) Bicycle parking facility means any facility for the temporary 
storage of bicycles which allows the frame and both wheels of the 
bicycle to be locked so as to minimize the risk of theft and vandalism.
    (7) Parking facility means a lot, garage, building, or portion 
thereof in or of which motor vehicles are temporarily parked.
    (8) Parking space means the area allocated by a parking facility for 
the temporary storage of one automobile.
    (9) MBTA means the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority.
    (b) Application. This section shall be applicable in the Boston 
Intrastate Region.
    (c) Study. The Commonwealth, according to the schedule set forth in 
paragraph (d) of this section, shall conduct a comprehensive study of, 
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that study recommend, the establishment of permanent bikeways and 
related facilities within the area described in paragraph (b) of this 
section. The study shall consider or include at least the following 
elements:
    (1) The physical design for bikeways, intersections involving 
bikeways, and means of bicycle link-ups with other modes of 
transportation;
    (2) The location of bikeways, including ascertaining high accident 
or pollution areas and developing means of avoiding or ameliorating 
those situations as well as means of providing intersection safety 
generally;
    (3) The location of bicycle parking facilities, including bus stops;
    (4) The rules of the road for bicyclists, and to the extent that 
present rules must be modified because of bikeways, new rules of the 
road for motorists. Also the feasibility of mandatory adult bicycle 
registration to minimize theft and increase recovery of stolen bicycles;
    (5) Bicycle safety education for bicyclists, motorists, children, 
students, street maintenance personnel and policemen, including 
requiring bicycle safety principles and safe street riding skills to be 
taught in high school automobile driver(s) education programs;
    (6) Methods for publicizing bicycles or bicycles plus mass transit 
as alternatives to automobile transportation, including the preparation, 
perhaps in conjunction with bicentennial efforts, of a master Boston 
area transit map, indicating the kind, extent and location of bicycle 
facilities, public baths, showers, toilet facilities, water fountains, 
as well as routes and stops for MBTA, common carriers and private bus 
lines, such map to be distributed by the Registry of Motor Vehicles with 
each automobile new registration and automobile registration renewal;
    (7) Requiring or providing incentives for common carriers and mass 
transit carriers, especially the Blue Line of the MBTA, to provide 
bicycle parking facilities at their respective terminals and stations 
and bicycle carrying facilities on their respective vehicles;
    (8) The creation of roadway zones in which all vehicles, except mass 
transit, emergency and service vehicles, and bicycles, would be 
excluded;
    (9) Requiring or providing incentives for office buildings and 
employers to install and to provide free shower and locker facilities 
for cyclists;
    (10) A bicycle user and potential user survey, which shall at a 
minimum determine:
    (i) For present bicycle riders, the origin, destination, frequency, 
travel time, distance and purpose of bicycle trips;
    (ii) In high density employment areas, the present modes of 
transportation of employees and the potential modes of transportation, 
including the numbers of employees who would use a bicycle for a 
significant portion of their commuting transportation were suitable 
facilities available to them. This section of the study shall seek to 
ascertain the size of the working population that would move from 
automobiles to mass transit and bicycles or bicycles alone as a 
significant form of transportation. It shall also seek to ascertain what 
bicycle facilities or mix thereof would produce the greatest conversion 
from auto use;
    (11) The special problems related to the design and incorporation in 
the bikeway facilities described in paragraph (f) of this section of 
feeder bikeways to bridges, on-bridge bikeways, feeder bikeways to MBTA 
and railroad stations, feeder bikeways to fringe parking areas, and 
bicycle passage through rotaries and squares;
    (12) The conversion of railroad beds, power lines, flood control 
channels or similar corridors to bikepaths;
    (13) Removing barriers to employees bringing their bicycles into 
their offices;
    (14) Removal or alteration of drain grates with bars so placed as to 
catch bicycle wheels;
    (15) Bicycle rentals at appropriate locations; and
    (16) The feasibility of constructing bikeways along at least each of 
the corridors set forth in paragraph (g) of this section.

In conducting the study, opportunity shall be given for public comments 
and suggestions. Input shall also be solicited from state, regional and 
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local agencies, bicycle organizations and other interested groups and be 
related to comprehensive transportation planning for the area designated 
in paragraph (b) of this section. The study shall, using as a goal a 
minimum of 180 miles of bikeways, examine as large a network of 
facilities as is practicable within the area described in paragraph (b) 
of this section and shall recommend physical designs for said 
facilities. The study shall also propose a compliance schedule for 
establishing any recommended permanent bicycle facilities.
    (d) The Commonwealth of Massachusetts shall submit to the Regional 
Administrator no later than October 1, 1975, a detailed compliance 
schedule showing the steps that will be taken to carry out the study 
required by paragraph (c) of this section. The compliance schedule shall 
at a minimum include:
    (1) Designation of the agency responsible for conducting the study;
    (2) A date for initiation of the study, which date shall be no later 
than October 1, 1975; and
    (3) A date for completion of the study, and submittal thereof to the 
Administrator, which date shall be no later than June 30, 1976.
    (e) On or before September 1, 1976, the Administrator shall publish 
in the Federal Register his response to the study required by paragraph 
(c) of this section, and shall, in that response, either approve the 
facility location and designs and other requirements as well as the 
proposed compliance schedule for permanent facilities recommended in the 
study, or shall designate alternative and/or additional facility 
locations and designs and other requirements as well as modify the 
proposed compliance schedule for permanent facilities. The Administrator 
may provide, if he deems it necessary, for a public comment period prior 
to the effective date of his response.
    (f) Permanent bicycle facilities. At the conclusion of the study 
required by paragraph (c) of this section and the Administrator's 
response thereto, the Commonwealth shall, together with the 
municipalities and other authorities having jurisdiction over affected 
roadways and areas establish permanent bicycle facilities as required by 
the Administrator's response to the study.
    (g) The potential bikeway corridors to be studied pursuant to 
paragraph (c)(16) are as follows:
    (1) Central Square, Cambridge to Boston University;
    (2) Harvard Square, Cambridge to Union Square, Allston;
    (3) Union Square, Somerville to Central Square, Cambridge;
    (4) Union Square, Allston to Government Center;
    (5) Harvard Square, Cambridge to Government Center;
    (6) Brookline Village to Government Center;
    (7) Boston University to Longwood Avenue Hospital Zone;
    (8) Egleston Square to Government Center;
    (9) Columbus Park to Boston Common;
    (10) L Street Beach to Government Center;
    (11) Powder House Circle, Somerville to Harvard Square;
    (12) Everett to Government Center;
    (13) Porter Square, Cambridge to Columbus Park, Boston;
    (14) Cleveland Circle to Government Center;
    (15) Porter Square, Cambridge to Government Center;
    (16) Harvard Square, Cambridge to Boston City Hospital; and
    (17) Charlestown, Longfellow, Harvard, Boston University, River 
Street, Western Avenue, Anderson, Summer Street, and Broadway Bridges.
    (h) The MBTA shall provide bicycle parking facilities at each major 
MBTA station adequate to meet the needs of MBTA riders within the area 
designated in paragraph (b) of this section. Said parking facilities 
shall at a minimum be located at:
    (1) All stations of the Riverside portion of the Green Line;
    (2) Reasonably spaced stops on other portions of the Green Line;
    (3) All stations of the Red, Orange, and Blue Lines; and shall have 
spaces for at least six bicycles per station, except for facilities at 
terminal stations which shall have spaces for at least 24 bicycles.

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    (i) The Commonwealth shall provide for advertisement of bikeways and 
bicycle parking facilities in use within the area designated in 
paragraph (b) of this section to potential users by means of media 
advertisement, the distribution and posting of bikeway maps and bike 
safety information, as well as for a program of bicycle safety education 
including the motor vehicle operators license examination and public 
service advertisement.
[40 FR 25168, June 12, 1975]



Sec. 52.1163  Additional control measures for East Boston.

    (a) On or before December 31, 1975, the Governor, the Mayor of the 
City of Boston, the Chairman of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation 
Authority, the Chairman of the Massachusetts Turnpike Authority and the 
Chairman of the Massachusetts Port Authority (``Massport'') shall each 
submit to the Regional Administrator a study or studies of various 
alternative strategies to minimize the number of vehicle trips to and 
from Logan International Airport (``Logan Airport'') and to reduce the 
amount of carbon monoxide in the vicinity of the Callahan and Sumner 
Tunnels to a level consistent with the national primary ambient air 
quality standards. These studies may be combined into one or more joint 
studies. These studies shall contain recommendations for control 
measures to be implemented prior to May 31, 1977. Measures to be studied 
shall include but need not be limited to, the following:
    (1) Incentives and programs for reductions in the use of single-
passenger vehicles through the Callahan and Sumner Tunnels;
    (2) Alterations in traffic patterns in the tunnel area;
    (3) Use of exclusive lanes for buses, carpools, taxis and limousines 
during peak travel hours;
    (4) Reduction of parking spaces at Logan Airport and increased 
parking charges at remaining spaces;
    (5) Construction of satellite terminal facilities for Logan Airport;
    (6) Use of alternate modes of transportation for trips to and from 
Logan Airport, and establishment of facilities at Logan Airport to 
accommodate such modes;
    (7) Improved transit service between the Blue Line subway stop and 
airline terminals at Logan Airport; and
    (8) Any other measures which would be likely to contribute to 
achieving the required reductions.
    (b) Massport shall monitor the number of vehicles entering and 
leaving Logan Airport so as to provide the Secretary of Transportation 
for the Commonwealth (the ``Secretary'') with reports on a semi-annual 
basis, beginning on January 30, 1976, showing total vehicle trips per 
day for the six-month period ending on the previous December 31 or June 
30, presented and tabulated in a manner prescribed by the Secretary.
    (c) Massport shall, on or before June 30, 1976, prepare and submit 
to the Secretary draft legislation which, if enacted into law, would 
alleviate local licensing problems of bus and limousine companies in 
order to facilitate increased and improved bus and limousine service for 
travelers using Logan Airport.
    (d) Massport shall negotiate with the Massachusetts Bay 
Transportation Authority to increase the convenience of the mass transit 
services currently available to travelers to Logan Airport.
    (e) Massport shall, on or before June 30, 1976, establish and 
maintain a program (which shall include the enclosure of this 
information in tickets or folders mailed by airlines using Logan 
Airport) to publicize the advantages in costs and convenience of the use 
of mass transit or other available transportation services by travelers 
using the airport, and making known to such persons the schedules, 
routes, connections, and other information necessary for them to 
conveniently use mass transit and such other services.
    (f) Massport shall, on or before October 15, 1975, establish a 
carpool program at Logan Airport, which shall include the elements 
specified in paragraphs (b)(7) (A) through (C) of Sec. 52.1161. For the 
purpose of applying the requirements of Sec. 52.1161 to the present 
paragraph:
    (1) The definitions in Sec. 52.1161 shall apply;

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    (2) Each employer with any employment facility at Logan Airport 
shall cooperate with Massport in the development and implementation of 
the program;
    (3) Any such employer (including Massport) may fulfill its 
obligations under paragraph (b)(7) of Sec. 52.1161 by fully cooperating 
with and participating in the Logan Airport carpool program (including 
bearing its proportional share of the program's cost); and
    (g) Massport shall, on or before October 15, 1975, implement a 
program of systematic dissemination to employers and employees at Logan 
Airport of information regarding the Massachusetts Bay Transportation 
Authority pass program, bus and train schedules and rates, park-and-ride 
facilities, and other transportation programs and services available to 
employees at Logan Airport.
    (h) Massport shall, on or before January 1, 1976, implement and 
maintain a program to allow all employees at Logan Airport, regardless 
of the size of the particular employment facility at which they work, to 
participate in any available pass program made available by the 
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority, including the use of 
Massport as a central clearinghouse for the purpose of aggregating 
employees and for fiscal management of such pass program.
[40 FR 25169, June 12, 1975]



Sec. 52.1164  Localized high concentrations--carbon monoxide.

    (a) Not later than October 1, 1975, the Commonwealth shall have 
developed and have begun to implement a program to identify urban and 
suburban core areas and roadway/intersection complexes within the Boston 
Intrastate Region which violate the national ambient air quality 
standards for carbon monoxide. Once such localized areas have been 
identified, the Commonwealth, in cooperation with the affected local 
municipalities, shall develop and implement appropriate control 
strategies to insure that such air quality standards will be achieved at 
such areas. Plans shall be developed to include provisions for the 
entire municipality in order to insure that the implemented strategies 
will not create carbon monoxide violations elsewhere in the vicinity 
after the measures have been applied.
    (b) To accomplish the requirements of paragraph (a) of this section, 
the Commonwealth shall do the following:
    (1) Identify areas of potentially high carbon monoxide 
concentrations by reviewing all available traffic data, physical site 
data and air quality and meteorological data for all major intersections 
and roadway complexes within the Region. The Regional Administrator will 
provide general guidance on area designations to assist in the initial 
identification process.
    (2) Areas identified under paragraph (b)(1) of this section shall be 
studied in further detail, including meteorological modeling, traffic 
flow monitoring, air quality monitoring and other measures necessary to 
accurately quantify the extent and actual levels of carbon monoxide in 
the area. A report containing the results of these analyses and 
identifying such areas shall be submitted to the Regional Administrator 
no later than March 1, 1976.
    (3) If, after the completion of actions required by paragraph (b)(2) 
of this section, an area shows or is predicted to have violations of the 
carbon monoxide standard, the Commonwealth, in cooperation with the 
affected municipality, shall submit a plan to the Regional Administrator 
containing measures to regulate traffic and parking so as to reduce 
carbon monoxide emissions to achieve air quality standards in the area. 
Such plan shall include: the name of the agency responsible for 
implementing the plan, all technical data and analyses supporting the 
conclusions of the plan, all control strategies adopted as part of the 
plan, and other such information relating to the proposed program as may 
be required by the Regional Administrator. The Regional Administrator 
shall provide general guidance on applicable control strategies and 
reporting formats to assist in plan development and submittal. Such a 
plan shall be submitted for each municipality which contains one or more 
identified areas no later than October 1, 1975 for Waltham and October 
1, 1976, for other areas.
    (4) All measures called for in the plan submitted under paragraph 
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this section shall be subject to the approval of the Regional 
Administrator and shall be implemented by May 31, 1977.
    (c) The Commonwealth shall annually review the effectiveness of the 
control strategies developed pursuant to this section and modify them as 
necessary to insure that such carbon monoxide standards will be attained 
and maintained. The results of this review and any changes in the 
measures which the Commonwealth recommends as a result thereof shall be 
reported to the Regional Administrator annually as required under 
Sec. 52.1160.
    (d) Prior to submitting any plan to the Regional Administrator under 
paragraph (b)(3), the Commonwealth shall give prominent public notice of 
the general recommendations of such plan, shall make such plan available 
to the public for at least 30 days and permit any affected public agency 
or member of the public to comment in writing on such plan. The 
Commonwealth shall give the Regional Administrator timely notice of any 
public hearing to be held on such plan and shall make all comments 
received available to the Regional Administrator for inspection and 
copying.
[40 FR 25170, June 12, 1975]



Sec. 52.1165  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air 
Act are not met, since the plan does not include approvable procedures 
for preventing the significant deterioration of air quality.
    (b) Regulation for preventing significant deterioration of air 
quality. The provisions of Sec. 52.21 (b) through (v) are hereby 
incorporated and made a part of the applicable State plan for the State 
of Massachusetts.
[43 FR 26410, June 19, 1978]



Sec. 52.1166  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1167  EPA-approved Massachusetts State regulations.

    The following table identifies the State regulations which have been 
submitted to and approved by EPA as revisions to the Massachusetts State 
Implementation Plan. This table is for informational purposes only and 
does not have any independent regulatory effect. To determine regulatory 
requirements for a specific situation consult the plan identified in 
Sec. 52.1120. To the extent that this table conflicts with Sec. 52.1120, 
Sec. 52.1120 governs.

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                                Table 52.1167--EPA-Approved Rules and Regulations
                                           [See Notes at end of Table]
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                                              Date        Date        Federal                      Comments/
   State citation        Title/subject     submitted  approved by    Register     52.1120(c)      unapproved
                                            by State      EPA        citation                      sections
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310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........    2/14/85      9/25/85  50 FR 38804            64  Motor vehicle
                                                                                               fuel.
                                            2/21/86;      8/31/87  52 FR 32792            73  Two new
                                            2/25/86;                                           definitions and
                                             6/23/86                                           one amended
                                                                                               definition.
                      Statutory             11/5/86;     11/19/87  52 FR 44395            74  Approving the
                       authority; legend;   12/10/86                                           addition of
                       preamble;                                                               definitions for
                       definitions.                                                            synthetic organic
                                                                                               chemical
                                                                                               manufacturing
                                                                                               facility,
                                                                                               component, in gas
                                                                                               service, light
                                                                                               liquid, in light
                                                                                               liquid service,
                                                                                               leak, leaking
                                                                                               component,
                                                                                               monitor, repair,
                                                                                               unit turnaround,
                                                                                               in VOC service,
                                                                                               quarterly, and
                                                                                               pressure relief
                                                                                               valve.
310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........    7/18/88       5/4/89  54 FR 19184            78  Includes bulk
                                                                                               plant and
                                                                                               terminal,
                                                                                               gasoline market.
310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........    1/30/91      10/8/92   57 FR 46312           96  Definitions of no-
                                                                                               build
                                                                                               alternative,
                                                                                               project area,
                                                                                               project roadway,
                                                                                               and tunnel
                                                                                               ventilation
                                                                                               system.
310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........  05/17/90,     12/14/92  57 FR 58996            97  Added ``motor
                                            06/07/91                                           vehicle fuel,''
                                                                                               ``motor vehicle
                                                                                               fuel dispensing
                                                                                               facility,''
                                                                                               ``substantial
                                                                                               modification,''
                                                                                               and ``vapor
                                                                                               collection and
                                                                                               control system.''
310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........   8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Approving the
                                              6/7/91                                           following amended
                                                                                               or additional
                                                                                               definitions:
                                                                                               Application area,
                                                                                               asphalt,
                                                                                               automobile,
                                                                                               bottom filling,
                                                                                               bulk terminal,
                                                                                               coating line(s),
                                                                                               commissioner,
                                                                                               condensate,
                                                                                               continuous
                                                                                               compliance, crude
                                                                                               oil, department,
                                                                                               end sealing
                                                                                               compound,
                                                                                               exterior base
                                                                                               coat, extreme
                                                                                               environmental
                                                                                               conditions,
                                                                                               flashoff area,
                                                                                               freeboard height,
                                                                                               freeboard ratio,
                                                                                               halogenated
                                                                                               organic compound,
                                                                                               interior base
                                                                                               coat, interior
                                                                                               body spray, knife
                                                                                               coating, lease
                                                                                               custody transfer,
                                                                                               light duty truck,
                                                                                               manufacturing
                                                                                               plant,
                                                                                               miscellaneous
                                                                                               metal parts and
                                                                                               products,
                                                                                               overvarnish,
                                                                                               paper surface
                                                                                               coating,
                                                                                               penetrating prime
                                                                                               coat, petroleum
                                                                                               liquids, prime
                                                                                               coat, publication
                                                                                               rotogravure
                                                                                               printing, quench
                                                                                               area,
                                                                                               refrigerated
                                                                                               chiller, Reid
                                                                                               vapor pressure,
                                                                                               roll printing,
                                                                                               roll coating,
                                                                                               single coat,
                                                                                               solids, specialty
                                                                                               printing, splash
                                                                                               filling, standard
                                                                                               conditions,
                                                                                               submerged
                                                                                               filling, three
                                                                                               piece can side
                                                                                               seam spray,
                                                                                               topcoat, transfer
                                                                                               efficiency, two
                                                                                               piece can
                                                                                               exterior end
                                                                                               coating, vinyl
                                                                                               surface coating,
                                                                                               volatile organic
                                                                                               compound, waxy,
                                                                                               heavy pour crude
                                                                                               oil. The
                                                                                               definitions of
                                                                                               ``coating
                                                                                               application
                                                                                               system'' and
                                                                                               ``bulk plants and
                                                                                               terminals'' have
                                                                                               been deleted.

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310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........   8/27/82,      2/23/93  58 FR 10970            84  Approving the
                                            6/22/87,                                           definitions of
                                            12/27/89                                           ``stationary
                                                                                               source'' and
                                                                                               ``building,
                                                                                               structure,
                                                                                               facility, or
                                                                                               installation.''
310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........     6/7/91      6/30/93  58 FR 34911            58  Definitions: Bulk
                                                                                               plants, vapor
                                                                                               balance systems.
310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........    12/9/91      10/4/94  59 FR 50498           101  Definitions of
                                                                                               baseline roadway
                                                                                               conditions, high
                                                                                               occupancy
                                                                                               vehicle, high
                                                                                               occupancy vehicle
                                                                                               lane, peak hour,
                                                                                               performance
                                                                                               standard, and
                                                                                               roadway threshold
                                                                                               standard.
310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........   11/15/93       2/1/95  60 FR 6030            103  Approving
                                            05/11/94                                           additional
                                                                                               definitions for.
310 CMR 7.00........  Definitions........    7/30/93     10/15/96  61 FR 53632           111  Adding or amending
                                                                                               the following
                                                                                               definitions:
                                                                                               motor vehicle
                                                                                               parking space;
                                                                                               off-peak parking
                                                                                               spaces; remote
                                                                                               parking spaces;
                                                                                               and restricted
                                                                                               use parking.
310 CMR 7.00          Emissions Banking,      2/9/94       8/8/96  61 FR 41338           112  Replaces earlier
 Appendix B (except    Trading, and          3/29/95                                           emissions
 310 CMR 7.00          Averaging.                                                              averaging rules
 Appendix                                                                                      with emissions
 B(3)(e)5.h).                                                                                  banking, trading,
                                                                                               and averaging.
310 CMR 7.00 and                            2/14 and      9/25/85  50 FR 38806            64  Motor vehicle fuel
 7.02(12)(c).                                5/22/85                                           tank trucks.
310 CMR 7.02........  Plans and approval     4/27/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23085             2
                       and emission
                       limitations.
                                             8/28/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23085             4  ..................
                                             5/27/82      1/10/84  49 FR 1187             60  7.02(2)(b)(4) and
                                              9/9/82                                           7.02(2)(5) for
                                                                                               new source
                                                                                               review.
                                             12/3/85     11/25/86  51 FR 42564            69  Adds the word
                                             1/31/86                                           ``major'' before
                                             2/11/86                                           the word
                                                                                               ``modification''
                                                                                               at 7.02(2)(b).
310 CMR 7.02........  Plans and approval   .........  ...........  ............  ...........  ..................
                       and emission
                       limitation.
                                            11/21/86      3/10/89  54 FR 10148            72  7.02(2)(b) 4, 5
                                             1/15/87                                           and 6-new source
                                                                                               review.
310 CMR 7.02(11)....  Emission                2/1/78      3/15/79  44 FR 15704            18  Adds an emission
                       limitations for                                                         limitation for
                       incinerators.                                                           sewage sludge
                                                                                               incinerators.
310 CMR 7.02(12)....  U Organic Material.    8/17/89      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  310 CMR 7.02(12)
                                                                                               has been
                                                                                               recodified and
                                                                                               relocated in 310
                                                                                               CMR 7.24, ``U
                                                                                               Organic Material
                                                                                               Storage and
                                                                                               Distribution.''
                                                                                               All subsections
                                                                                               and references in
                                                                                               310 CMR 7.02(12)
                                                                                               have been
                                                                                               recodified
                                                                                               accordingly.
310CMR 7.02(12).....  U Restricted            6/6/94       4/5/95  60 FR 17229           105  This rule limits a
                       Emission Status.                                                        source's
                                                                                               potential to
                                                                                               emit, therefore
                                                                                               avoiding RACT,
                                                                                               title V operating
                                                                                               permits
310 CMR               Organic material,     12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293            30  ..................
 7.02(12)(a)(b).       bulk plants and       5/16/79
                       terminals handling
                       organic material.
310 CMR               Gasoline liquid        12/2/83       3/8/84  49 FR 8611             56  Approved for
 7.02(12)(a)1e.        storage in                                                              secondary seals
                       external floating                                                       or equivalent
                       roof tanks.                                                             weather roofs.
310 CMR 7.02(12)(b)2  Stage I vapor          5/20/77      5/25/78  43 FR 22356            15  Provisions for
                       recovery.                                                               Pioneer APCD
                                                                                               Stage I vapor
                                                                                               recovery.
                                            12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293            30  ..................
                                             5/16/79
                                             3/25/83       7/7/83  48 FR 31200            55  Exempt Berkshire
                                                                                               APCD.

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310 CMR 7.02(12)(b)3  Stage I vapor         11/21/86      3/10/89  54 FR 10148            72  7.02(12)(b)3 is
                       recovery.             1/15/87                                           deleted.
310 CMR 7.02(12) (c)  Gasoline Tank          2/14/85      9/25/85  50 FR 38804            64  Tank trucks.
 and (d).              Trucks.               5/22/85
310 CMR 7.02(12)(d).  Test Methods          11/21/86      3/10/89  54 FR 10148            72  Requires EPA
                       applicable to 310     1/15/87                                           approved test
                       CMR 7.02(12).                                                           methods or EPA
                                                                                               approved
                                                                                               alternatives.
310 CMR 7.02(12)(e).  Gasoline Volatility    7/18/88       5/4/89  54 FR 19184            78  Approves a
                                             9/15/88                                           limitation on
                                             4/12/89                                           volatility of
                                                                                               gasoline from
                                                                                               June 30 for Sept.
                                                                                               15, 1989, and May
                                                                                               1 to Sept. 15 in
                                                                                               subsequent years.
310 CMR 7.04(5).....  Fuel oil viscosity.   12/28/78      6/17/80  45 FR 40987            29  For Cambridge
                                                                                               Electric Light
                                                                                               Company's Kendal
                                                                                               Station, and
                                                                                               Blackstone
                                                                                               Station.
                                            12/28/78     10/18/80  45 FR 48131            29  Correction notice.
310 CMR 7.05........  Sulfur-in-fuel.....    8/28/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23058             4  ..................
                                              7/5/78       2/7/79  44 FR 7712             17  Approves the
                                                                                               burning of coal/
                                                                                               oil slurry at New
                                                                                               England Power
                                                                                               Company, Salem
                                                                                               Harbor Station,
                                                                                               MA.
310 CMR 7.05(1)(a)..  Sulfur content of      4/14/77      3/24/78  43 FR 12324            13  Approves the
                       fuels and control                                                       burning of 1% for
                       thereof for                                                             all but: Crane
                       Berkshire APCD.                                                         and Company Inc.,
                                                                                               and Schweitzer
                                                                                               Division,
                                                                                               Kimberly Clark
                                                                                               Corporation,
                                                                                               Columbia Mill.
                                             4/14/77       3/7/79  44 FR 12422            13  Approves the
                                             8/11/78                                           burning of 2.2%
                                             8/31/78                                           at Crane & Co.,
                                                                                               Inc., and
                                                                                               Schweitzer
                                                                                               Division,
                                                                                               Kimberly-Clark
                                                                                               Corp., Columbia
                                                                                               Mill.
                                             11/8/82      4/28/83  48 FR 19172            54  Approves burning
                                                                                               of 2.2% at Esleek
                                                                                               Manufacturing
                                                                                               Company, Inc.,
                                                                                               provided the fuel
                                                                                               firing rate does
                                                                                               not exceed 137.5
                                                                                               gallons per hour.
310 CMR 7.05(1)(b)..  Sulfur content of      6/25/76      2/15/77  42 FR 9176             10  Approves the
                       fuels and control                                                       burning of 2.2%
                       thereof for                                                             until 7/1/78 for
                       Central APCD.                                                           100 mBtu sources
                                                                                               listed in
                                                                                               52.1126.
                                             3/29/76      5/19/77  42 FR 25730            11  Approves burning
                                             5/25/76                                           of 2.2% at James
                                                                                               River Associates,
                                                                                               Inc. and part of
                                                                                               Fitchburg Paper
                                                                                               Company, April
                                                                                               through October.
                                                                                               November through
                                                                                               March, they are
                                                                                               limited to
                                                                                               burning 1% sulfur-
                                                                                               in-fuel oil.
                                             6/25/76      6/21/78  43 FR 26573            10  Extends expiration
                                             8/22/77                                           date to 6/21/78.
                                              3/2/79      7/16/79  44 FR 41180            24  Permanent
                                                                                               extension for
                                                                                               certain sources
                                                                                               to burn 2.2%
                                                                                               under specified
                                                                                               conditions.
                      Sulfur content of      9/28/79      6/17/80  45 FR 40987            24  Approves the
                       fuels and control                                                       burning of 2.2%
                       thereof for                                                             at Fitchburg
                       central APCD.                                                           Paper (55 Meter
                                                                                               stacks only) for
                                                                                               James River,
                                                                                               Massachusetts,
                                                                                               Inc., year round.
                                             3/20/80      9/10/80  45 FR 59578            31  Approves the
                                                                                               temporary burning
                                                                                               of 2.2% at Seaman
                                                                                               Paper Co.,
                                                                                               Templeton.
                                              3/2/79      9/17/81  46 FR 46133            33  Approves the
                                              5/5/81                                           burning of 2.2%
                                                                                               at Millers Falls
                                                                                               Paper Co.

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310 CMR 7.05(1)(c)..  Sulfur content of       6/4/76     12/30/76  41 FR 56804             8  Approves the
                       fuels and control                                                       burning of 2.2%
                       thereof for                                                             except at those
                       Merrimack Valley.                                                       sources listed in
                                                                                               52.1126.
                                             1/28/76      7/12/77  42 FR 35830             8  Approves burning
                                            12/30/76                                           of 1.4% at
                                                                                               Haverhill
                                                                                               Paperboard Corp.,
                                                                                               Haverhill, MA.
                                             1/28/76
                                             8/22/77      6/21/78  43 FR 26573             8  Extends expiration
                                            12/30/76                                           date to 7/1/79.
                                            12/28/78      5/21/79  44 FR 29453            20  Permanent
                                                                                               extension to burn
                                                                                               2.2%.
310 CMR 7.05(1)(d)..  Sulfur content of      7/11/75      12/5/75  40 FR 56889             6  Approves burning
                       fuels and control     9/16/75                                           of 1% for large
                       thereof for                                                             electric
                       Metropolitan                                                            generating
                       Boston APCD.                                                            facilities in
                                                                                               certain cities
                                                                                               and towns and
                                                                                               2.2% for smaller
                                                                                               facilities.
                                                                                               Effective 7/1/75
                                                                                               to 7/1/77.
                                             7/11/75      8/22/77  42 FR 42218             6  Extends expiration
                                              4/1/77                                           date from 7/1/77
                                                                                               to 7/1/78 except
                                                                                               for Eastman
                                                                                               Gelatin Corp.,
                                                                                               which must burn
                                                                                               1%.
                                             4/20/78     11/30/78  43 FR 56040             6  Extends expiration
                                                                                               date from 7/1/78
                                                                                               to 7/1/79.
                      Sulfur content of     12/28/78      5/21/79  44 FR 29453            20  Permanent
                       fuels and control                                                       extension to burn
                       thereof for                                                             2.2%.
                       Metropolitan
                       Boston APCD.
                                             4/25/80      1/27/81  46 FR 8476             34  Approves the
                                                                                               burning of 2.2%
                                                                                               at Natick
                                                                                               Paperboard Corp.
                                            11/25/80      8/11/81  46 FR 40688            38  Approves the
                                                                                               increase to 2.2%
                                                                                               at Boston Edison
                                                                                               Mystic Generating
                                                                                               Station for 30
                                                                                               months from 8/11/
                                                                                               81 (expires 2/11/
                                                                                               84).
                                             7/14/81     12/16/81  46 FR 61123            41  Approves burning
                                                                                               of 2.2% at
                                                                                               Haverhill Paper
                                                                                               Corp.
                                            11/27/79     12/15/80  45 FR 82251            32  Allows the burning
                                                                                               of 2.2% at
                                                                                               Proctor and
                                                                                               Gamble.
                                             9/24/81     12/15/81  46 FR 61118            43  Approves burning
                                                                                               of 2.2% at
                                                                                               Eastman Gelatin
                                                                                               Corp.
                                             12/7/83      9/25/84  49 FR 37592            65  Approves burning
                                                                                               of 2.2% at Boston
                                                                                               Edison Mystic
                                                                                               Generating
                                                                                               Station until 3/
                                                                                               25/87.
310 CMR 7.05(1)(e)..  Sulfur content of      7/22/77       2/1/77  42 FR 5957              9  Approves 2.2%
                       fuels and control                                                       except for
                       thereof for                                                             sources listed in
                       Pioneer Valley                                                          52.1125.
                       APCDs.
                                             7/22/76                                          ..................
                                             8/22/77      6/21/78  43 FR 26573             9  Extends expiration
                                            12/27/77                                           date to 7/1/79.
                                              1/3/79      5/21/79  44 FR 29453            21  Permanent
                                                                                               extension to burn
                                                                                               2.2%
                                              3/2/80      1/19/81  45 FR 4918             33  Approves the
                                                                                               burning of 2.2%
                                                                                               at all sources in
                                                                                               Franklin and
                                                                                               Hampshire
                                                                                               Counties rated at
                                                                                               less than 100
                                                                                               mBtu except
                                                                                               Esleek
                                                                                               Manufacturing
                                                                                               Co., and Millers
                                                                                               Falls Paper Co.
                                            10/13/81      2/10/82  47 FR 6011             45  Approves the
                                                                                               burning of 2.2%
                                                                                               at Holyoke Gas
                                                                                               and Electric
                                                                                               Department,
                                                                                               Holyoke, MA.
                                             7/18/84      2/15/90  55 FR 5449             77  Approves the
                                             4/17/85                                           burning of 2.2%
                                             3/16/87                                           and imposes fuel
                                            11/25/87                                           use limits at
                                                                                               American Fiber
                                                                                               and Finishing
                                                                                               Co., Erving Paper
                                                                                               Co., and
                                                                                               Westfield River
                                                                                               Paper Co.
310 CMR 7.05(1)(f)..  Sulfur content of     12/30/76       9/2/77  42 FR 44235            12  Approves burning
                       fuels and control                                                       of 2.2% for
                       thereof for                                                             sources listed in
                       Southeastern APCD.                                                      52.1126, all
                                                                                               others must
                                                                                               continue to burn
                                                                                               1%.
                                            12/30/76       9/8/78  43 FR 40010            12  Extends expiration
                                             1/31/78                                           date from 5/1/78
                                                                                               to 7/1/79.
                                             1/31/79      5/21/79  44 FR 29453            22  Permanent
                                                                                               extension to burn
                                                                                               2.2%.
310 CMR 7.05(4).....  Ash content of          1/3/79      5/21/79  44 FR 29453            21  ..................
                       fuels for Pioneer
                       Valley for APCD.

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                      Ash content of         7/20/79      5/21/79  44 FR 29453            23  ..................
                       fuels for
                       Metropolitan
                       Boston APCD.
                      Ash content of         12/3/85     11/25/86  51 FR 42564            69  Includes Berkshire
                       fuels.                1/31/86                                           Air Pollution
                                             2/11/86                                           Control District
                                                                                               to 7.05(4)(b)(2)
                                                                                               so facilities in
                                                                                               that district can
                                                                                               apply to burn
                                                                                               fossil fuel with
                                                                                               an ash content in
                                                                                               excess of 9 pct
                                                                                               bydry weight.
310 CMR 7.06........  Visible emissions..    8/28/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23085             4  ..................
                                              7/5/78       2/7/79  44 FR 7712             17  Approves New
                                                                                               England Power
                                                                                               Company, Salem
                                                                                               Harbor Station to
                                                                                               burn a coal oil
                                                                                               slurry.
                                            12/28/79      8/12/80  45 FR 53476            17  Extension of
                                                                                               temporary
                                                                                               revision to allow
                                                                                               exceedance of 20%
                                                                                               capacity limit at
                                                                                               New England Power
                                                                                               Company's Salem
                                                                                               Harbor Station,
                                                                                               Salem, MA Unit 1
                                                                                               so can burn 30%
                                                                                               coal/70% oil
                                                                                               mixture until 12/
                                                                                               31/80.
310 CMR 7.07........  Open burning.......    12/9/77      9/29/78  43 FR 44841            16  Two revisions with
                                                                                               conditions to
                                                                                               permit open
                                                                                               burning of brush
                                                                                               cane, driftwood
                                                                                               and forest debris
                                                                                               for 2 months of
                                                                                               the year.
                      Open burning.......    9/28/79      6/17/80  45 FR 40987            27  Approves open
                                                                                               burning (as in
                                                                                               (c) 16) from 1/15
                                                                                               to 5/1 in certain
                                                                                               areas of the
                                                                                               State.
310 CMR 7.08........  Incinerators.......    8/28/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23085             4  ..................
310 CMR 7.09........  Dust and odor......    8/28/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23085             4  ..................
                                             12/9/77      9/29/78  43 FR 44841            16  Adds a requirement
                                                                                               that mechanized
                                                                                               street sweeping
                                                                                               equipment must be
                                                                                               equipped and
                                                                                               operated with a
                                                                                               suitable dust
                                                                                               collector or
                                                                                               suppression
                                                                                               system.
310 CMR 7.12........  Inspection            6/28/90;      3/21/96  61 FR 11560           106  The 6/28/90 and 9/
                       Certificate Record   9/30/92;                                           30/92 submittals
                       Keeping and           7/15/94                                           deal with the
                       Reporting.                                                              permitting
                                                                                               process. The 7/15/
                                                                                               94 submittal
                                                                                               develops 7.12 to
                                                                                               comply with
                                                                                               emission
                                                                                               statement
                                                                                               requirements.
310 CMR 7.14(2).....  Continuous            11/21/86      3/10/89  54 FR 10148            72  References 40 CFR
                       Emissions             1/15/85                                           part 51, Appendix
                       Monitoring.                                                             P.
310 CMR 7.14(3).....  Continuous            11/21/86      3/10/89  54 FR 10148            72  Establishes
                       Emissions             1/15/87                                           compliance date
                       Monitoring.                                                             for meeting the
                                                                                               requirements of
                                                                                               7.14(2).
310 CMR 7.15........  Asbestos               8/28/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23085             4  ..................
                       application.
310 CMR 7.16........  Reduction to single    5/20/77      5/25/78  43 FR 22356            15  For Pioneer Valley
                       passenger commuter                                                      APCD.
                       vehicle use.
                                            12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293                Reduction of
                                             5/16/79                                           single occupant
                                                                                               commuter
                                                                                               vehicles.
310 CMR 7.17........  Coal conversion....     9/7/78      5/14/79  44 FR 27991            19  Brayton Point
                                                                                               Station, New
                                                                                               England Power
                                                                                               Company.
                                             1/22/82       6/9/82  47 FR 25007            49  Mount Tom Plant,
                                                                                               Holyoke, MA
                                                                                               Holyoke Water
                                                                                               Power Company.
310 CMR 7.18(1).....  U Applicability and    8/17/89      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Approval of 310
                       Handling                                                                CMR CMR 7.18(1),
                       Requirements.                                                           (a), (c), (d) and
                                                                                               (e).

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310 CMR 7.18(2).....  U Compliance with     8/27/82;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Approval of 310
                       Emission             8/17/89;                                           CMR 7.18(2),
                       Limitations.           6/7/91                                           (2)(a), (2)(b),
                                                                                               (2)(c) and
                                                                                               (2)(e).
310 CMR 7.18(2)(b)..  Generic VOC bubble      3/6/81      3/29/82  47 FR 13143            42  Includes surface
                       for surface          11/12/81                                           coating of metal
                       coaters.                                                                cans, large
                                                                                               appliances,
                                                                                               magnet wire
                                                                                               insulation,
                                                                                               automobiles,
                                                                                               paper fabric and
                                                                                               vinyl.
                      Generic VOC bubble     6/24/80      7/12/82  47 FR 30060            47  Adds metal coils.
                       for surface
                       coaters.
                      Generic VOC bubble     3/29/95       8/8/96  61 FR 41338           112  Replaces earlier
                       for surface                                                             emissions
                       coaters.                                                                averaging rules
                                                                                               for surface
                                                                                               coaters.
                                             7/21/81       6/2/82  47 FR 23927            48  Adds miscellaneous
                                             3/10/81                                           metal parts and
                                                                                               products and
                                                                                               graphic arts-
                                                                                               rotogravure and
                                                                                               flexography.
                                              9/9/82       2/3/83  48 FR 5014             53  Adds metal
                                                                                               furniture.
310 CMR 7.18 (2)(e).  Compliance with      .........       3/6/89  54 FR 9213    ...........  Testing
                       emission                                                                requirements for
                       limitations.                                                            plan approvals
                                                                                               issued under 310
                                                                                               CMR 7.18(17).
310 CMR 7.18(3).....  Metal furniture       12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293            30  ..................
                       surface coating.      5/16/79
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(3).....  U Metal Furniture     8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                       Surface Coating.       6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(3).
310 CMR 7.18(4).....  Metal can surface     12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293            30
                       coating.              5/16/79
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(4).....  U Metal Can Surface   8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                       Coating.               6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(4).
310 CMR 7.18(5).....  Large appliances      12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293            30  ..................
                       surface coating.      5/16/79
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(5).....  U Large Appliance     8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                       Surface Coating.       6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(5).
310 CMR 7.18(6).....  Magnet wire           12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293            30  ..................
                       insulation surface    5/16/79
                       coating.
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(6).....  U Magnet Wire         8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                       Insulation Surface     6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(6).
                       Coating.
310 CMR 7.18(7).....  Automobile surface    12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293            30  ..................
                       coating.              5/16/79
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  45 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(7).....  Automobile Surface    8/17/89,      10/8/92  57 FR 46316            92
                       Coating.               6/7/91
310 CMR 7.18(8).....  Solvent metal         12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293            30  Conditional
                       degreasing.           5/16/79                                           approval
                                                                                               requiring
                                                                                               controls for
                                                                                               small solvent
                                                                                               metal degreasers.
                                             8/13/83      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Approves public
                                                                                               education program
                                                                                               for small
                                                                                               degreasers and
                                                                                               removes
                                                                                               conditional
                                                                                               approval.
310 CMR 7.18(8).....  U Solvent Metal        8/17/89      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Approval of 310
                       Degreasing.                                                             CMR 7.18(8),
                                                                                               (8)(d), (8)(d)1.,
                                                                                               (8)(e), (8)(f)
                                                                                               and (8)(g).

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310 CMR 7.18(8).....  U Solvent Metal         6/7/91      6/30/93  58 FR 34911            58  Approval of 310
                       Degreasing.                                                             CMR 7.18 (8),
                                                                                               (8)(a), (8)(a)1.,
                                                                                               (8)(a)2.,
                                                                                               (8)(a)3.,
                                                                                               (8)(a)4.,
                                                                                               (8)(a)5.,
                                                                                               (8)(a)6., (8)(b),
                                                                                               (8)(b)1.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)2.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)3.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)4.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)5.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)6.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)7.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)8.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)9.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)10.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)11.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)12.,
                                                                                               (8)(b)13.,
                                                                                               (8)(c), (8)(c)1.,
                                                                                               (8)(c)2.,
                                                                                               (8)(c)3.,
                                                                                               (8)(c)4.,
                                                                                               (8)(c)5.,
                                                                                               (8)(c)6.,
                                                                                               (8)(c)7.,
                                                                                               (8)(c)8.,
                                                                                               (8)(c)9.,
                                                                                               (8)(d)2.,
                                                                                               (8)(d)3.
310 CMR 7.18(9).....  Cutback asphalt....   12/31/78      9/16/80  45 FR 61293            30  ..................
                                             5/16/79
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds an exemption.
310 CMR 7.18(9).....  U Cutback Asphalt..    8/17/89      1/11/93   58 FR 3495            93  Replacement of 310
                                                                                               CMR 7.18(9).
310 CMR 7.18(10)....  Surface coating of     6/24/80      7/12/82  47 FR 30060            47  Approves and adds
                       metal coils.                                                            to 310 CMR
                                                                                               7.18(2)(b).
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods
                                                                                               and removes
                                                                                               extended
                                                                                               compliance
                                                                                               schedule.
310 CMR 7.18(10)....  U Metal Coil          8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                       Coating.               6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(10).
310 CMR 7.18(11)....  Surface coating of     7/21/81       6/2/82  47 FR 23927            48  Adds to 310 CMR
                       miscellaneous         3/10/82                                           7.18(2)(b).
                       metal parts and
                       products.
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(11)....  U Surface Coating      8/17/89      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Approval of 310
                       of Miscellaneous                                                        CMR 7.18(11),
                       Metal Parts and                                                         (11)(b), (11)(c),
                       Products.                                                               (11)(d) and
                                                                                               (11)(e).
310 CMR 7.18(11)....  U Surface Coating       6/7/91      6/30/93  58 FR 34911            58  Approval of 310
                       of Miscellaneous                                                        CMR 7.18 (11),
                       Metal Parts and                                                         (11)(a),
                       Products.                                                               (11)(a)1.,
                                                                                               (11)(a)2.,
                                                                                               (11)(a)3.
310 CMR 7.18(12)....  Graphic arts-          7/21/81       6/2/82  47 FR 23927            48  Adds to 310 CMR
                       rotogravure and       3/10/82                                           7.18(2)(b).
                       flexography.
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  ..................
310 CMR 7.18(12)....  U Graphic Arts.....   8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                                              6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(12).
310 CMR 7.18(13)....  Perchloroethylene      7/21/81       6/2/82  47 FR 23927            48  ..................
                       dry cleaning          3/10/82
                       systems.
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(13)....  U Dry Cleaning         8/17/89      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Approval of 310
                       Systems-Percholor-                                                      CMR 7.18(13),
                       ethylene.                                                               (13)(c), (13)(d)
                                                                                               and (13)(e). 310
                                                                                               CMR 7.18(13)(a)
                                                                                               8. has been
                                                                                               deleted.
310 CMR 7.18(14)....  Paper surface           3/6/81       3/8/82  47 FR 9836             40  ..................
                       coating.
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(14)....  U Paper Surface       8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                       Coating.               6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(14).
310 CMR 7.18(15)....  Fabric surface          3/6/81       3/8/82  47 FR 9836             40  ..................
                       coating.
                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(15)....  U Fabric Surface      8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                       Coating.               6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(15).
310 CMR 7.18(16)....  Vinyl surface           3/6/81       3/8/82  47 FR 9836             40  ..................
                       coating.

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                                              9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  Adds test methods.
310 CMR 7.18(16)....  U Vinyl Surface       8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                       Coating.               6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(16).
310 CMR 7.18(17)....  RACT...............     9/9/82      11/9/83  48 FR 51480            53  All 100 ton per
                                                                                               year sources not
                                                                                               covered by a CTG.
                      RACT...............  .........       3/6/89  54 FR 9213    ...........  Enforceability of
                                                                                               plan approvals
                                                                                               issued under 310
                                                                                               CMR 7.18(17).
                                             6/20/89      11/3/89  54 FR 46388            81  RACT for Cranston
                                                                                               Print Works
                                                                                               Company dated
                                                                                               June 20, 1989.
                                             7/12/89      11/8/89  54 FR 46895            80  RACT for Spalding
                                                                                               Corporation Plan
                                                                                               Approval dated
                                                                                               October 7, 1985
                                                                                               and amended Plan
                                                                                               Approval dated
                                                                                               July 12, 1989.
                                              8/8/89      11/8/89  54 FR 46897            82  RACT for Duro
                                                                                               Textile Printers
                                                                                               (SM-85-168-IF).
                                             6/20/89      2/21/90  55 FR 5990             79  RACT Compliance
                                                                                               Plan Conditional
                                                                                               Approval for
                                                                                               Monsanto Chemical
                                                                                               Company in Indian
                                                                                               Orchard dated 6/
                                                                                               20/89.
                                            11/17/89       8/3/90  55 FR 31590            85  RACT for Boston
                                                                                               Whaler in
                                                                                               Norwell. Amended
                                                                                               Plan Approval
                                                                                               4P89005 dated
                                                                                               October 19, 1989
                                                                                               and Plan Approval
                                                                                               4P89005
                                                                                               Correction dated
                                                                                               Nov. 17, 1989.
                                            11/17/89       8/3/90  55 FR 31593            86  RACT for Boston
                                                                                               Whaler in
                                                                                               Rockland. Amended
                                                                                               Plan Approval
                                                                                               (4P89006) dated
                                                                                               October 19, 1989
                                                                                               and Plan Approval
                                                                                               4P89006
                                                                                               Correction dated
                                                                                               November 17,
                                                                                               1989.
                      Non-CTG RACT           11/2/89     11/27/90  55 FR 34915            87  RACT for Philips
                       determination.                                                          Lighting Company
                                                                                               in Lynn, MA,
                                                                                               dated November 2,
                                                                                               1989.
                      RACT...............     7/9/90      2/19/91  56 FR 6569             89  RACT for General
                                                                                               Motors
                                                                                               Corporation in
                                                                                               Framingham.
                                                                                               Amended Plan
                                                                                               Approval dated
                                                                                               June 8, 1990.
                      RACT...............    6/13/90      2/27/91  56 FR 8132             88  RACT for Acushnet
                                                                                               Company, Titleist
                                                                                               Golf Division,
                                                                                               Plant A in New
                                                                                               Bedford. Amended
                                                                                               Plan Approval
                                                                                               dated June 1,
                                                                                               1990.
                      RACT...............   10/16/90      3/20/91  56 FR 11677            90  RACT for Erving
                                                                                               Paper Mills.
                      RACT...............    4/22/90      10/8/91  56 FR 50660            91  RACT amendment for
                                                                                               Erving.
310 CMR 7.18(17)....  RACT...............    5/13/91     12/14/92  57 FR 58993            95  RACT for Dartmouth
                                                                                               Finishing
                                                                                               Corporation.
310 CMR 7.18(17)....  U Reasonable          8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Approval of 310
                       Available Control      6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(17),
                       Technology.                                                             (17)(a), (17)(b),
                                                                                               (17)(c), (17)(d),
                                                                                               (17)(e) and
                                                                                               (17)(f).
310 CMR 7.18(17)....  RACT...............    5/22/92      7/28/94  59 FR 38374          (99)  RACT Approval for
                                                                                               S. Bent & Bros.
310 CMR 7.18(17)....  RACT...............    7/19/93       1/6/95  60 FR 2017            100  RACT Approval for
                                                1993                                           Nichols & Stone
                                                                                               Co.
310 CMR 7.18(17)....  Reasonably             3/31/94       3/6/95  60 FR 12125           104  RACT for Brittany
                       Available Control                                                       Dyeing and
                       Technology.                                                             Finishing of New
                                                                                               Bedford, MA.
310 CMR 7.18(18)....  Polystyrene Resin     2/21/86;      8/31/87  52 FR 32792            73  Regulation
                       Manufacture.         2/25/86;                                           pursuant to Group
                                             6/23/86                                           III CTG,
                                                                                               ``Control of VOC
                                                                                               Emissions from
                                                                                               the Manufacture
                                                                                               of Polystyrene
                                                                                               Resins''.
310 CMR 7.18(18)....  U Polystyrene Resin   8/17/89;      1/11/93  58 FR 3495             93  Replacement of 310
                       Manufacturing          6/7/91                                           CMR 7.18(18).
                       Technology.
310 CMR 7.18(19)....  Synthetic organic     11/5/86;     11/19/87  52 FR 44395            74
                       chemical             12/10/86
                       manufacture.

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310 CMR 7.18(28)....  Automotive            01/09/95      2/14/96  61 FR 5699            109  Reasonably
                       Refinishing.                                                            Available Control
                                                                                               Technology
                                                                                               Requirement
                                                                                               (RACT) for
                                                                                               automotive
                                                                                               refinishing.
310 CMR 7.19........  Interim sulfur-in-     9/12/80      3/19/81  46 FR 17551            37  Energy/environment
                       fuel limitations                                                        initiative.
                       for fossil fuel
                       utilization
                       facilities pending
                       conversion to an
                       alternate fuel or
                       implementation of
                       permanent energy
                       conservation
                       measures.
                                            12/29/81      4/13/82  47 FR 15790            46  ATF Davidson
                                                                                               Company,
                                                                                               Northbridge, MA
                                                                                               temporary sulfur-
                                                                                               in-fuel revision
                                                                                               until 12/1/83.
                                             9/28/82      12/1/82  47 FR 54072            52  Polaroid Corp.,
                                                                                               Waltham, MA
                                                                                               temporary sulfur/
                                                                                               in/fuel
                                                                                               relaxation until
                                                                                               6/1/85.
                                                           6/2/83  48 FR 24689            52  Correction notice.
                                             9/29/82     11/23/82  47 FR 52704            51  Northeast
                                                                                               Petroleum Corp.,
                                                                                               Chelsea, MA
                                                                                               sulfur content
                                                                                               increase from
                                                                                               0.28 to 0.55 lbs/
                                                                                               mBtu heat release
                                                                                               potential
                                                                                               permanently.
                                              4/4/83      3/23/84  49 FR 11092            59  Stanley Woolen
                                                                                               Co., Uxbridge, to
                                                                                               burn 2.2% until 9/
                                                                                               23/86.
                                            10/31/83      3/23/84  49 FR 11091            61  Reed and Barton
                                                                                               Silversmiths,
                                                                                               Taunton, to burn
                                                                                               2.2% until 9/23/
                                                                                               86.
                                            11/16/83      7/30/84  49 FR 30306            62  ATF Davidson
                                                                                               Company,
                                                                                               Northbridge, to
                                                                                               burn 2.2%
                                                                                               permanently.
                                              2/2/84      6/15/84  49 FR 24723            63  American Biltrite
                                                                                               Corporation,
                                                                                               Chelsea, to burn
                                                                                               1.0% until 12/15/
                                                                                               86.
                                             7/11/84      9/25/84  49 FR 37591            67  James River
                                                                                               Corporation, Hyde
                                                                                               Park Mill, Boston
                                                                                               to burn 2.2%
                                                                                               until 3/25/87.
                                             2/8/85,       4/1/86  51 FR 11021            68  Phillips Academy,
                                            10/23/85                                           Andover, MA to
                                                                                               burn 2.2% until
                                                                                               September 1,
                                                                                               1988.
                      Interim sulfur-in-     2/19/86      8/12/86  51 FR 28814            70  Mary Ellen
                       fuel limitations                                                        McCormick and
                       for fossil fuel                                                         Malverick Family
                       utilities pending                                                       Development
                       conversion to an                                                        facilities in the
                       alternative fuel                                                        Boston Housing
                       or implementation                                                       Authority, Boston
                       of permanent                                                            to burn 2.2%
                       energy                                                                  until February
                       conservation                                                            12, 1989.
                       measures.
                                             5/12/86     11/25/86  51 FR 42565            71  Mission Hill
                                                                                               Extension Family
                                                                                               Development
                                                                                               facility, in the
                                                                                               Boston Housing
                                                                                               Authority,
                                                                                               Boston, MA to
                                                                                               burn 2.2% until
                                                                                               May 25, 1989.
310 CMR 7.19 (2)(d).  Generic NOX            3/29/95       8/8/96  61 FR 41338           112  Adds credit
                       bubbling and                                                            creation option
                       trading for RACT                                                        for NOX RACT
                       sources.                                                                sources.
310 CMR 7.19 (2)(g).  Generic NOX            3/29/95       8/8/96  61 FR 41338           112  Adds credit use
                       bubbling and                                                            option for NOX
                       trading for RACT                                                        RACT sources.
                       sources.
310 CMR 7.19 (14)...  Generic NOX            3/29/95       8/8/96  61 FR 41338           112  Adds
                       bubbling for RACT                                                       quantification,
                       sources.                                                                testing,
                                                                                               monitoring,
                                                                                               record keeping,
                                                                                               reporting, and
                                                                                               emission control
                                                                                               plan requirements
                                                                                               for averaging NOX
                                                                                               RACT sources.
310 CMR 7.20........  U Motor Vehicle         6/7/91      6/30/93  58 FR 34911            58  Approval of 310
                       Inspection and                                                          CMR 7.20(10)(c)2.
                       Maintenance                                                             to correct a
                       Emission Analyzer                                                       typographical
                       Approval Process                                                        error.
                       and Inspection
                       Requirements and
                       Procedures.

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310 CMR 7.24(5)(b)2.  Revision to           10/16/89      4/19/90  55 FR 14832            83
                       gasoline
                       volatility testing
                       regulation.
310 CMR 7.24........  U Organic Material     6/7/91,      6/30/93  58 FR 34911            58  Replacement of 310
                       Storage and         11/13/92,                                           CMR 7.24,
                       Distribution.         2/17/93                                           7.24(1), 7.24(2),
                                                                                               7.24(3), and
                                                                                               7.24(4).
310 CMR 7.24(6).....  ``Dispensing of      05/17/90,     12/14/92  57 FR 58996            97
                       Motor Vehicle        06/07/91
                       Fuel'' (Stage II).
310 CMR 7.24(6).....  Dispensing of motor    2/17/93      9/15/93  58 FR 48318            98  Previous version
                       vehicle fuel.                                                           of rule approved
                                                                                               as strengthening
                                                                                               the Massachusetts
                                                                                               SIP.
                                                                                              Revised rule being
                                                                                               approved as
                                                                                               meeting the Clean
                                                                                               Air Act
                                                                                               requirements.
310 CMR 7.25........  Best available        11/18/94     12/19/95  60 FR 65242           108  Includes
                       controls for                                                            architectural &
                       consumer and                                                            industrial
                       commercial                                                              maintenance
                       products.                                                               coatings.
310 CMR 7.30........  Massport/Logan        8/04/89,      3/16/93  58 FR 14157            94  Applies to the
                       Airport Parking      12/6/89,                                           parking of motor
                       Freeze.               3/23/90                                           vehicles on
                                                                                               Massport
                                                                                               property.
310 CMR 7.31........  City of Boston/East   8/04/89,      3/16/93  58 FR 14157            94  Applies to the
                       Boston Parking       12/6/89,                                           parking of motor
                       Freeze.               3/23/90                                           vehicles within
                                                                                               the area of East
                                                                                               Boston.
310 CMR 7.33........  City of Boston/        7/30/93     10/15/96  61 FR 53633           111  Applies to the
                       South Boston                                                            parking of motor
                       Parking Freeze.                                                         vehicles within
                                                                                               the area of South
                                                                                               Boston, including
                                                                                               Massport property
                                                                                               in South Boston.
310 CMR 7.36........  Transit system         12/9/91      10/4/94  59 FR 50498           101  Transit system
                       improvements                                                            improvement
                       regulations.                                                            regulation for
                                                                                               Boston
                                                                                               metropolitan
                                                                                               area.
310 CMR 7.37........  High occupancy         12/9/91      10/4/94  59 FR 50498           101  High occupancy
                       vehicle lanes                                                           vehicle lanes
                       regulation.                                                             regulation for
                                                                                               Boston
                                                                                               metropolitan
                                                                                               area.
310 CMR 7.38........  Tunnel vent            1/30/91      10/8/92  57 FR 46312            96  Tunnel ventilation
                       certification                                                           certification
                       regulation.                                                             regulation for
                                                                                               Boston
                                                                                               metropolitan
                                                                                               area.
310 CMR 7.40........  Low emission          11/15/93       2/1/95  60 FR 6030            103  Substitute for
                       vehicle.             05/11/94                                           CFFP.
310 CMR 7.50........  Variances,             9/14/74      10/8/76  41 FR 44395             7
                       regulations for
                       control of air
                       pollution in the
                       six MA APCDs.
                                             9/14/74       2/4/77  42 FR 6812              7  Correction.
310 CMR 7.51........  Hearings relative      8/28/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23085             4
                       to orders and
                       approvals.
310 CMR 7.52........  Enforcement            8/28/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23085             4
                       provisions.
310 CMR 8...........  Regulations for the    2/22/72     10/28/72  37 FR 23085             1
                       prevention and/or
                       abatement of air
                       pollution episode
                       and air pollution
                       incident
                       emergencies.
                                            12/30/76       9/2/77  42 FR 44235            12  Changes
                                                                                               significant harm
                                                                                               and alert levels.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Notes:
1. This table lists regulations adopted as of 1972. It does not depict regulatory requirements which may have
  been part of the Federal SIP before this date.
2. The regulations are effective statewide unless stated otherwise in comments or title section.


  [49 FR 49454, Dec. 20, 1984]


    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec.  52.1167, see the List of CFR Sections
 Affected in the Finding Aids section of this volume.


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Sec. 52.1168  Certification of no sources.

    The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has certified to the satisfaction 
of EPA that no sources are located in the Commonwealth which are covered 
by the following Control Techniques Guidelines:
    (a) Large Petroleum Dry Cleaners.
    (b) Natural Gas/Gasoline Processing Plants.
    (c) Air Oxidation Processes/SOCMI.
    (d) Polypropylene/Polyethylene Manufacturing.
[52 FR 32792, Aug. 31, 1987]



Sec. 52.1168a  Part D--Disapproval of Rules and Regulations.

    On December 30, 1985, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental 
Quality Engineering (DEQE) submitted a revision to the Massachusetts 
State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the automobile surface coating 
regulation. This revision requested an extension of the final compliance 
dates to implement reasonably available control technology (RACT) on 
topcoat and final repair applications. As a result of EPA's disapproval 
of this revision, the existing compliance date of December 31, 1985 
specified in the automobile surface coating regulation contained in the 
Massachusetts SIP will remain in effect (Massachusetts Regulation 310 
CMR 7.18(7) as approved by EPA and codified at 40 CFR 52.1120(c)(30) and 
(53)).
[53 FR 36014, Sept. 16, 1988]



Sec. 52.1169  Stack height review.

    The Commonwealth of Massachusetts has declared to the satisfaction 
of EPA that no existing emission limitations have been affected by stack 
height credits greater than good engineering practice or any other 
prohibited dispersion technique as defined in EPA's stack height 
regulations, as revised on July 8, 1985. This declaration was submitted 
to EPA on April 8, 1986. The commonwealth has further declared in a 
letter from Bruce K. Maillet, dated June 24, 1986, that, ``[A]s part of 
our new source review activities under the Massachusetts SIP and our 
delegated PSD authority, the Department of Environmental Quality 
Engineering will follow EPA's stack height regulations, as revised in 
the Federal Register on July 8, 1985 (50 FR 27892).'' Thus, the 
Commonwealth has satisfactorily demonstrated that its regulations meet 
40 CFR 51.118 and 51.164.
[52 FR 49407, Dec. 31, 1987]



                           Subpart X--Michigan



Sec. 52.1170  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plan: ``Implementation Plan for the Control of 
Suspended Particulates Sulfur Oxides, Carbon Monoxide, Hydrocarbons, 
Nitrogen Oxides, and Photochemical Oxidants in the State of Michigan.''
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on February 3, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Re-evaluation of control strategies for Berrien and Ingham 
Counties were submitted on March 3, 1972, by the State Air Pollution 
Office.
    (2) Amendments to the Michigan air pollution rules for the control 
of SO2 emissions (Part 3) and the prevention of air pollution 
episodes (Part 6) submitted by the Governor on March 30, 1972.
    (3) An amendment to the Grand Rapids air pollution ordinance 
(section 9.35 and section 9.36) was submitted on May 4, 1972, by the 
Grand Rapids Department of Environmental Protection.
    (4) Reasons and justifications concerning general requirements of 
control strategy for nitrogen dioxide, compliance schedules, and review 
of new sources and modifications submitted on July 12, 1972, by the 
Governor.
    (5) A letter from the State Department of Public Health submitted on 
July 24, 1972, described how emissions data would be made available to 
the public.
    (6) Compliance schedules were submitted by the State of Michigan, 
Department of Natural Resources on February 16, 1973.
    (7) Compliance schedules were submitted by the State of Michigan, 
Department of Natural Resources on May 4, 1973.
    (8) Compliance schedules were submitted by the State of Michigan, 
Department of Natural Resources on September 19, 1973.

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    (9) Compliance schedules were submitted by the State of Michigan, 
Department of Natural Resources on October 23, 1973.
    (10) Compliance schedules were submitted by the State of Michigan, 
Department of Natural Resources on December 13, 1973.
    (11) Air Quality Maintenance Area identifications were submitted on 
June 27, 1974, by the State of Michigan Department of Natural Resources.
    (12) Air Quality Maintenance Area identifications were submitted on 
October 18, 1974, by the State of Michigan Department of Natural 
Resources.
    (13) Provisions to disapprove an installation permit if the 
applicant source would interfere with the attainment or maintenance of 
national air quality standards were submitted by the Governor on January 
25, 1974.
    (14) Order extending the final compliance dates for meeting the 
sulfur dioxide emission limitation was submitted by the Michigan 
Department of Natural Resources for the Karn, Weadock and Cobb Plant 
Units of the Consumers Power Co.
    (15) Order extending compliance date for meeting the sulfur dioxide 
emission limitation was submitted by the State of Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources for the Detroit Edison Company, Monroe County Plant on 
December 12, 1977.
    (16) On April 25, 1979, the State submitted its nonattainment area 
plan for areas designated nonattainment as of March 3, 1978 and as 
revised on October 5, 1978. This submittal contained Michigan's Part D 
attainment plans for particulate matter, carbon monoxide, sulfur 
dioxide, transportation and new source review, plus a copy of Michigan's 
existing and proposed regulations. USEPA is not taking action at this 
time to include in the federally approved SIP certain portions of the 
submittal: Provisions in R 336.1310 concerning open burning; 336.1331, 
insofar as it may pertain to process sources in the iron and steel 
category and site specific revisions; 1349, 1350, 1351, 1352, 1353, 
1354, 1355, 1356 and 1357 as they pertain to specific iron and steel 
source operations; Part 5, Extension of Sulfur Dioxide Compliance Date 
for Power Plants Past January 1, 1980; Part 7, Emission Limitations and 
Prohibitions--New Sources of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions; 
R336.1701-1710 controlling minor sources of volatile organic compounds; 
Part 11, Continuous Emission Monitoring; Part 13, Air Pollution 
Episodes; Part 16, Organization and Procedures; and Part 17, Hearings.
    (17) On October 12, 1979, the State submitted comments and 
commitments in response to USEPA's notice of proposed rulemaking.
    (18) On January 9, 1980, the State submitted a copy of the finally 
adopted rules of the Commission. These rules became fully effective on 
January 18, 1980. These finally adopted rules are identical to the rules 
submitted on April 25, 1979, as part of Michigan's Part D nonattainment 
area plan except for a modification in the numbering system. Paragraph 
(c)(16) of this subpart identifies those rules on which USEPA has not 
taken action.
    (19) On February 6, 1980, the State submitted the visible emission 
test method for stationary sources referenced in Rule 336.1303 as being 
on file with the Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission. On March 7, 
1980, the State submitted clarifications to the visible emissions test 
method.
    (20) On March 31, 1980, the State submitted revisions to the 
conditional approval schedules for total suspended particulates.
    (21) On July 25, 1979, the State submitted the official ozone 
attainment plan as part of the State Implementation Plan.
    (22) On October 26, 1979, the State submitted comments and revisions 
to the transportation plans and vehicle inspection/maintenance portions 
of the State Implementation Plan for ozone in response to USEPA's notice 
of proposed rulemaking (45 FR 47350).
    (23) On November 8, 1979, the State submitted revisions to the ozone 
attainment plan.
    (24) On December 26, 1979, the State submitted comments and 
additional information from the lead local agencies on the 
transportation control plans for the Flint, Lansing, Grand Rapids and 
Detroit urban areas.
    (25) On May 12, 1980, the State submitted corrections and comments 
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response to USEPA's notice of proposed rulemaking (45 FR 25087).
    (26) On March 20, 1980, the State submitted commitments and 
additional revisions to the Inspection/Maintenance program for the 
Detroit urban area.
    (27) On February 23, 1979, compliance schedules were submitted by 
the State of Michigan, Department of Natural Resources to USEPA for the 
Detroit Edison, St. Clair Power Plant. Additional material concerning 
the Final Order issued to the Detroit Edison, St. Clair Power Plant was 
submitted on June 17, 1979 and August 14, 1979.
    (28) On August 22, 1979, the State of Michigan submitted to USEPA an 
Administrative Order, for the Lansing Board of Water and Light (Order 
No. 4-1979, adopted May 23, 1979). In letters dated February 13, 1980 
and April 1, 1980, the State of Michigan withdrew certain paragraphs 
(sections A, B, C1, D, E, F, and G) of the Order from consideration by 
USEPA.
    (29) Compliance schedules were submitted by the State of Michigan, 
Department of Natural Resources to USEPA on October 26, 1979, for the 
Dundee Cement Company, Monroe County (Michigan Final Order, APC No. 08-
1979, adopted October 17, 1979).
    (30) On July 26, 1979, the State of Michigan submitted to USEPA a 
revision to Rule 336.49 for the Consumers Power Company's J. H. Campbell 
Plant. The revision is a Final Order (No. 05-1979) extending the 
compliance date until January 1, 1985 for the Campbell Plant to meet the 
sulfur dioxide emission limitations in Rule 336.49. On February 14, 
1980, the State of Michigan submitted to USEPA an amendment to Order No. 
05-1979.
    (31) Compliance schedules were submitted by the State of Michigan, 
Department of Natural Resources to USEPA on November 13, 1979, for the 
S. D. Warren Company, Muskegon County (Michigan Final Order, No. 09-
1979, adopted October 31, 1979).
    (32) On December 19, 1979, the State of Michigan submitted a 
revision to provide for modification of the existing air quality 
surveillance network.
    (33) On December 10, 1979, the State of Michigan submitted to USEPA 
a Final Order (APC No. 6-1979) issued by the Michigan Air Pollution 
Control Commission to the Consumers Power Company B.C. Cobb Plant. The 
Order requires the source to utilize 2.5% sulfur on an annual basis 
until January 1, 1985 when the company must meet the sulfur dioxide 
(SO2) emission limitation in Michigan Rule 336.1401.
    (34) On January 8, 1980, the State of Michigan submitted to USEPA a 
Final Order (APC No. 14-1979) requested of the Michigan Air Pollution 
Control Commission (MAPCC) by the Union Camp Corporation in Monroe 
County, Michigan. The Order permitted the Union Camp Corporation to burn 
2.7% sulfur fuel on an annual average and 4.0% sulfur fuel on a daily 
average between January 1, 1980 and July 1, 1980. Beginning July 1, 1980 
until July 1, 1982 the Company is permitted to burn 2.5% sulfur fuel on 
an annual average and 4.0% sulfur fuel daily average. Beginning July 1, 
1982 until January 1, 1985, the Company is allowed to burn 2.2% sulfur 
fuel annual average and 3.5% sulfur fuel daily average. After January 1, 
1985; the Company has agreed to comply with the SO2 emission 
limitations of 1.5% sulfur fuel required in Michigan Rule 336.1401.
    (35) On August 4, 1980 and August 8, 1980, the State of Michigan 
submitted to EPA additional information on the transportation control 
plan for the Niles, Michigan urbanized area.
    (36) On January 10, 1980, the State of Michigan submitted to USEPA a 
Final Order (APC No. 16-1979) issued by the Michigan Air Pollution 
Control Commission to the Northern Michigan Electric Cooperative Advance 
Steam Plant. The Order allows the source to continue burning 2.0% sulfur 
coal (maximum daily average) until January 1, 1985 when the Company must 
meet the sulfur dioxide (S02) emission limitations in Michigan Rule 
336.1401.
    (37) On November 26, 1980, the State submitted a schedule to correct 
plan deficiencies cited by USEPA in its September 9, 1980 notice of 
proposed rulemaking on a portion of Michigan's Part D TSP control 
strategy pertaining to iron and steel sources. On April 1, 1981, the 
State submitted a revised schedule. USEPA has not taken action on the 
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    (38) On April 10, 1981 the Governor of Michigan committed to 
annually administer and submit the questionnaire developed for the 
purposes of section 128.
    (39) On July 28, 1980, the State of Michigan submitted to EPA, as 
revisions to the Michigan SIP, amendments to Rules 283 and 610 of the 
Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission.
    (40) Revised compliance schedules were submitted by the State of 
Michigan, Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) to EPA on January 14, 
1981, for the Dundee Cement Company, Monroe County (Michigan Final 
Order, APC No. 16--1980, adopted November 19, 1980). The revised Order 
provides an earlier final compliance date of December 31, 1980 for 
reducing the particulate matter emissions to 0.20 pounds per 1,000 
pounds of exhaust gases and December 31, 1981 for visible emission 
reductions from the Company's cement kilns.
    (41) On April 25, 1979, the State submitted materials which satisfy 
the intergovernmental consultation process.
    (42) On July 28, 1980, the State submitted an amendment to Michigan 
Air Pollution Control Commission Rule 221 which exempts minor sources of 
particulate matter and sulfur dioxide from the offset requirements.
    (43) On August 25, 1981, the State of Michigan, Department of 
Natural Resources (MDNR), submitted to EPA Consent Order No. 16-1981 for 
the Marathon Oil Company in Muskegon County. Consent Order No. 16-1981 
satisfies USEPA's conditional approval of R336.1603 by providing 
detailed compliance schedules containing the increments of progress 
required by 40 CFR 51.15.
    (44) On September 1, 1981, the State of Michigan, Department of 
Natural Resources (MDNR) submitted to USEPA a revision to its R336.1220 
requiring offsets in ozone nonattainment areas to exempt the same 
compounds listed in EPA's Federal Register of July 22, 1980 (45 FR 
48941). The revised R336.1220 also allows offsets of emissions for new 
sources in any of the seven counties in the southeastern Michigan ozone 
nonattainment area to be obtained from any of those counties, not just 
the county in which the new source is locating (Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, 
St. Clair, Washtenaw, Livingston, and Monroe).
    (45) On May 24, 1980, the State of Michigan, Department of Natural 
Resources (MDNR) submitted Consent Order APC No. 10-1979 for the Buick 
Motor Division Complex (BMDC) of the Buick Motors Division, General 
Motors Corporation. The BMDC is located in the City of Flint, Genesee 
County, a primary nonattainment area. On December 2, 1980, supplementary 
information was submitted by MDNR. The Consent Order contains 
enforceable emission limitations and control measures for the attainment 
of the primary TSP standards in Genesee County by December 31, 1982.
    (46) On July 17, 1980, the State of Michigan, Department of Natural 
Resources (MDNR) submitted Consent Order APC No. 01-1980 for the Grey 
Iron Casting Plant and the Nodular Iron Casting Plant, of the Chevrolet 
Motor Division, General Motors Corporation. The two plants are located 
in Saginaw County, a primary nonattainment area. On September 5, 1980 
and February 6, 1981, supplementary information was submitted by MDNR. 
The Consent Order contains enforceable emission limitations and control 
measures for the attainment of the primary TSP standards in Saginaw 
County by December 31, 1982.
    (47) On March 4, 1981, the State of Michigan, Department of Natural 
Resources (MDNR) submitted Consent Order APC No. 12-1980 for the New 
Haven Foundry located in Macomb County, a secondary nonattainment area. 
The Consent Order contains enforceable emission reductions to achieve 
the secondary TSP standards by June 30, 1985.
    (48) On May 1, 1981, the State of Michigan, through the Department 
of Natural Resources, submitted Consent Order 07-1981 for the Detroit 
Edison Company, Boulevard Heating Plant located in the City of Detroit, 
Wayne County. Under Michigan Rule 336.1331(1)(a), the plant was 
restricted to a particulate emission limit of 0.45 pounds of particulate 
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year. The Consent Order, pursuant to Michigan Rule 333.1331(1)(d), 
establishes a new limitation for the Boulevard Plant of 0.65 pounds per 
1000 pounds of flue gas with a daily limit of 0.9 tons per day and 10 
tons per year.

Pursuant to the provisions of 5 U.S.C. 605(b), the Administrator 
certified on January 27, 1981 (46 FR 8709) that the attached rule will 
not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small 
entities.
    (49) On March 7, 1980 and April 21, 1981 the State of Michigan 
submitted particulate studies for the Detroit area. These studies 
satisfy EPA's conditional approval and the State's commitment.
    (50) On October 22, 1981, the State of Michigan submitted as a SIP 
revision Consent Order No. 17-1981, between Conoco, Inc., and the 
Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission. The Consent Order establishes 
a compliance schedule for Conoco, Inc. to achieve the Volatile Organic 
Compounds (VOC) limitations in R336.1609 by December 31, 1982.
    (51) On December 27, 1979, the State of Michigan, Department of 
Natural Resources (MDNR), submitted to EPA a revision to the State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) for Lead. On February 9, 1981, the State of 
Michigan submitted a letter clarifying provisions of its Lead SIP. The 
SIP provides for the implementation of measures for controlling lead 
emissions for the attainment and maintenance of the national ambient air 
quality standards for lead in Michigan by October 31, 1982.
    (52) On June 26, 1981, the State of Michigan, Department of Natural 
Resources, submitted to EPA Consent Order No. 12-1981 for controlling 
particulate emissions from the liquid waste incinerator in Building 830 
at the Dow Chemical Company's Midland plant. The Consent Order provides 
a schedule which establishes a final particulate emissions compliance 
date of October 1, 1982.
    (53) On August 24, 1981, the State of Michigan, Department of 
Natural Resources, submitted to EPA Consent Order APC No. 19-1981 for 
controlling particulate emissions from Dow's West Side and South Side 
powerplants. On October 16, 1981, the State of Michigan submitted a 
letter to EPA clarifying specific sections intended for EPA's rulemaking 
action. All particulate emission sources at Dow must comply with various 
parts of Michigan's SIP by December 31, 1985. The Consent Order does not 
interfere with the attainment of the primary particulate NAAQS standard 
by December 31, 1982 or the secondary particulate NAAQS by October 1, 
1984.
    (54) On December 16, 1981, the State of Michigan submitted to EPA 
Consent Order APC No. 21-1981 for the Monitor Sugar Company. Consent 
Order APC No. 21-1981 provides for additional controls on its coal-fired 
boilers, 1, 2, 3, and 4 and establishes a final compliance date of 
October 15, 1982 for attaining the primary National Ambient Air Quality 
Standards.
    (55) On January 7, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted to EPA 
Consent Order APC No. 23-1981 for the Traverse City Board of Light and 
Power. Consent Order APC No. 23-1981 limits the company's operation of 
its No. 1 and No. 2 coal-fired boilers after December 31, 1982; provides 
for additional controls on its No. 4 coal-fired boiler; and establishes 
a final compliance date of December 31, 1982.
    (56) On September 2, 1981, the State of Michigan submitted a 
revision to the ozone plan consisting of RACT requirements for the 
control of volatile organic compound emissions from stationary 
industrial sources (Group II) referenced in Rules R336.1101-3, 5-9, 14-
16, 18-21, 23; R336.1601, 3-4, 10, 19-27; and R336.2005.
    (57) On March 3, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted a 
modification to its schedule for submitting by December 31, 1982 
regulations developed to correct the State's deficiencies in its Part D 
State Implementation Plan for the attainment of the total suspended 
particulate air quality standards in its nonattainment areas containing 
iron and steel sources.
    (58) On December 16, 1981, the State of Michigan submitted as a SIP 
revision consent order APC No. 18-1981 between General Motors 
Warehousing and Distribution Division and the Michigan Air Pollution 
Control Commission. On March 16, 1982, Michigan submitted an amendment 
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order APC No. 18-1981. The Consent Order provides a one year extension 
from October 15, 1982 until October 15, 1983 for the Company's No. 1 and 
No. 2 boilers and establishes a compliance date of October 15, 1981, for 
boilers 3 and 4. The Consent Order contains a schedule for compliance 
which specifies emission limits of 0.45 pounds of particulate per 1,000 
pounds of gas as required in Michigan's rule 336.1331(c) Table 31.
    (59) [Reserved]
    (60) On April 5, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted Consent Order 
APC No. 02-1980 along with alterations to Section 5(D) of the Consent 
Order for the Hayes-Albion foundry in Calhoun County. The Consent Order 
contains control measures beyond the present requirements of Michigan's 
R336.1301 and R336.1331 for Total Suspended Particulate (TSP) emissions 
and evaluation methods for determining significant particulate emission 
sources from the foundry. On June 18, 1982, the State of Michigan also 
submitted a Fugitive Dust Control Plan and a Malfunction Abatement Plan 
for the Hayes-Albion foundry. On September 21, 1982, the State of 
Michigan formally submitted Permits 314-79 and 375-79 for the American 
Colloid Plant.
    (61) On March 6, 1981, the State of Michigan submitted as a SIP 
revision general rules for fugitive dust control. These rules were 
approved by the Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission on January 20, 
1981, and became effective at the State level on February 17, 1981. On 
January 25, 1982, May 3, 1982, and August 24, 1982, Michigan submitted 
additional information and commitments. The submittal of March 6, 1981, 
along with the additional information and commitments satisfies the 
State's commitment to submit industrial fugitive dust regulations that 
represent reasonably available control techniques for industrial 
fugitive dust sources.
    (62) On July 28, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted Consent Order 
No. 06-1981 for the Clark Oil and Refining Corporation for volatile 
organic compound (VOC) emissions. This revision is a detailed compliance 
schedule containing increments of progress with a final compliance date 
of December 31, 1982 and an emission limitation of 0.7 pound of organic 
vapor per 1000 gallons of organic compound load.
    (63) On September 8, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted as a SIP 
revision Consent Order No. 03-1982, between the Hydra-Matic Division, 
General Motors Corporation and the Michigan Air Pollution Control 
Commission. The Consent Order establishes a compliance schedule 
containing increments of progress dates and a final date of November 1, 
1982 for Boiler No. 5 to comply with Michigan's R336.331.
    (64) On September 21, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted as a SIP 
revision Consent Order No. 13-1982, between the Diamond Crystal Salt and 
the Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission, the Consent Order 
establishes a compliance schedule containing increments of progress 
dates and a final date of December 18, 1982 for Boiler No. 5 to comply 
with Michigan's R336.331.
    (65) [Reserved]
    (66) On September 8, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted as a 
State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision consent order No. 08-1982, 
between the General Motors, Buick Motor Division and the Michigan Air 
Pollution Control Commission. The Consent Order establishes a Volatile 
Organic Compound (VOC) emissions compliance schedule as required under 
Michigan's Rule 336.1603 and 336.1610, and extends the final compliance 
date for surface coating operations until December 31, 1987. On November 
29, 1982, and March 10, 1983, the State submitted additional 
information.
    (67) On September 8, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted Consent 
Order No. 09-1982, between the General Motors, Fisher Body Division and 
the Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission as a State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) revision. The Consent Order establishes a Volatile Organic 
Compound (VOC) emission compliance schedule as required under Michigan's 
Rule 336.1603 and 336.1610, and extends the compliance date for surface 
coating operations until December 31, 1987. On November 29, 1982, and 
March 10, 1983, the State submitted additional information.

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    (68) On September 8, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted as a 
State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision Consent Order No. 10-1982, 
between Chevrolet Truck Assembly and the Michigan Air Pollution Control 
Commission. The Consent Order establishes a Volatile Organic Compound 
(VOC) emission compliance schedule as required under Michigan's Rule 
336.1603 and 336.1610, and extends the compliance date for surface 
coating operations until December 31, 1987. On November 29, 1982, and 
March 10, 1983, the State submitted additional information.
    (69) On September 8, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted as a 
State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision Consent Order No. 11-1982, 
between the General Motors Fisher Body Division, Fleetwood Plant and the 
Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission. On March 10, 1983, the State 
submitted additional information for this SIP revision. The Consent 
Order establishes a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emissions compliance 
schedule as required under Michigan's Rules 336.1603 and 336.1610, and 
extends the final compliance date for surface coating operations until 
December 31, 1987.
    (70) On September 8, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted as a 
State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision Consent Order No. 12-1982, 
between the General Motors, Cadillac Motors Car Division and the 
Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission. On March 10, 1983, the State 
submitted additional information for this SIP revision. The Consent 
Order establishes a Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) emission compliance 
schedule as required under Michigan's Rule 336.1603 and R336.1610, and 
extends the compliance date for surface coating operations until 
December 31, 1987.
    (71) On September 1, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted a request 
to reduce the size of the ozone demonstration area for Southeast 
Michigan from the seven-county area of Wayne, Oakland, Macomb, 
Livingston, Monroe, St. Clair and Washtenaw to a three-county area 
consisting of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties.
    (72) On November 18, 1982, the State of Michigan submitted Consent 
Order APC No. 06-1980, along with alterations for the General Motors 
Corporation (GMC) Central Foundry Division, Saginaw Malleable Iron Plant 
in the City of Saginaw, County of Saginaw as a revision to the Michigan 
SIP. Consent Order No. 06-1980, as amended, reflects an interim and 
final particulate emission limit more stringent than Michigan's rule 
336.1331; extends the final date of compliance with Michigan's Rule 
336.1301 for opacity on the oil quench facilities from December 31, 
1982, to December 15, 1983, which is as expeditiously as practicable and 
before the July 31, 1985, attainment date for the secondary TSP NAAQS in 
Michigan.
    (73) On June 30, 1983, the State of Michigan submitted as a State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) revision. Consent Order No. 4-1983 between the 
General Motors Corporation's Oldsmobile Division and the Michigan Air 
Pollution Control Commission. The Consent Order establishes a Volatile 
Organic Compound (VOC) emissions compliance schedule as required under 
Michigan's Rule 336.1603 and 336.1610, and extends the final compliance 
dates for prime, primer-surfacer, topcoat, and final repair operations 
until December 31, 1987.
    (74) On June 30, 1983, the State of Michigan submitted as a State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) revision. Consent Order No. 5-1983, between 
the General Motors Corporation's Assembly Division and the Michigan Air 
Pollution Control Commission. The Consent Order established a Volatile 
Organic Compound (VOC) emission compliance schedule as required under 
Michigan's Rule 336.1603 and R336.1610, and provides interim compliance 
limits to be achieved by December 31, 1984, and extends the final 
compliance dates for topcoating and final repair coating operations 
until December 31, 1987.
    (75) On October 4, 1983, the State of Michigan submitted: (1) A 
revised Consent Order APC No. 12-1979 between CWC Castings Division of 
Textron and the Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission and (2) 
Article 14, Section J of the Muskegon County APC Rules. Consent Order 
APC No. 12-1979 requires reductions of point source emissions and 
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installation schedule of specified control devices to December 31, 1984. 
Article 14, Section J, provides a ban on open residential and leaf 
burning in Muskegon County. EPA approves the additional control measures 
contained in Consent Order APC No. 12-1979 and the open burning ban. EPA 
takes no action on the overall approval of Michigan's Part D secondary 
nonattainment area for Muskegon County.
    (76) On August 24, 1983, the State of Michigan submitted a State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) revision request for an extension of the 
compliance date for Boiler No. 2 for the General Motors Corporation 
Warehousing and Distribution Division, in Swartz Creek County. Consent 
Order No. 18-1981 extends the compliance date until October 15, 1985 for 
GMC to install mechanical collectors on Boiler No. 2.
    (77) On March 8, 1984, the State of Michigan submitted a report 
which demonstrated that Rule 336.1606 contains emission limits 
equivalent to Reasonable Available Control Technology (RACT) for Wayne, 
Oakland and Macomb Counties. Therefore, USEPA remove its conditional 
approval of Rule 336.1606 and fully approves the State's rule.
    (78) On September 6, 1984, the State of Michigan submitted a 
revision to the Michigan State Implementation Plan for the General 
Motors Corporation Buick Motor Division in the form of an Alteration of 
Stipulation for Entry of Consent Order and Final Order, No. 8-1982. The 
original Consent Order No. 8-1982 was federally approved on July 6, 
1983. This alteration revises Consent Order No. 8-1982, in that it 
accelerates the final compliance dates for prime and prime-surfacer 
operations and extends an interim compliance date for topcoat 
operations.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State of Michigan, Air Pollution Control Commission, Alteration 
of Stipulation for Entry Consent Order and Final Order SIP No. 8-1983, 
which was approved by the Air Pollution Control Commission on April 2, 
1984.
    (B) Letter of September 6, 1984, from the State of Michigan, 
Department of Natural Resources, to EPA.
    (79) On December 2, 1983, USEPA proposed to withdraw its approval of 
Michigan's fugitive dust regulations. On April 25, 1985, the State of 
Michigan submitted revised Rule 336.1371, existing Rule 336.1372, and 
new Rule 336.1373. However, they did not meet the requirements of Part D 
of section 172(b); and USEPA, therefore, withdrew its approval of these 
submittals, disapproved these submittals, and instituted new source 
restrictions for major sources in the Michigan primary Total Suspended 
Particulate (TSP) nonattainment areas on August 20, 1985. USEPA 
incorporates revised Rule 336.1371 and newly submitted Rule 336.1373 
into the Michigan State Implementation Plan because they provide a 
framework for the development of fugitive dust control programs at the 
State level in Michigan. USEPA retains Rule 336.1372, which is already 
incorporated into the Michigan SIP, insofar as it applies to sources in 
TSP attainment areas. This paragraph supercedes paragraph (C)(61) of 
this section.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Michigan Department of Natural Resources Rules 336.1371 and 
336.1373 (Fugitive Dust Regulations), as adopted on April 23, 1985.
    (80) On July 27, 1983, the State of Michigan submitted Consent Order 
No. 08-1983 for the General Motors Corporation Central Foundry 
Division's Saginaw Malleable Iron Plant, as a revision to the Michigan 
State Implementation Plan for Total Suspended Particulates. Consent 
Order No. 08-1983 amends control strategy provisions of federally 
approved (November 18, 1982 and August 15, 1983) Consent Order No. 06-
1980 and its alteration.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Stipulation for Entry of Consent Order and Final Order No. 08-
1983 for the General Motors Corporation Central Foundry Division's 
Saginaw Malleable Iron Plant amending Control Strategy Provisions issued 
June 9, 1983.
    (81) On October 1, 1984, the State of Michigan submitted the 
Stipulation for Entry of Consent Order and Final Order, SIP No. 12-1984, 
between the Consumer Power Company's J.H. Campbell and the Michigan Air 
Pollution Control Commission as a revision to the Michigan 
SO2 SIP. Consent Order No. 12-1984 provides a 3-year 
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1985, to December 31, 1987) for the J.H. Campbell Units 1 and 2 to emit 
SO2 at an allowable rate on a daily basis of 4.88 lbs/MMBTU 
in 1985, 4.78 lbs/MMBTU in 1986, and 4.68 lbs/MMBTU in 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) October 1, 1984, Stipulation for Entry of Consent Order and 
Final Order, SIP No. 12-1984, establishing interim daily average 
SO2 emission limitations and quarterly average limits on 
percent sulfur is fuel fired.
    (82) The State of Michigan submitted negative declarations for 
several volatile organic compound source categories, as follows:

October 10, 1983--Large petroleum dry cleaners;
May 17, 1985--High-density polyethylene, polypropylene, and polystyrene 
resin manufacturers;
June 12, 1985--Synthetic organic chemical manufacturing industry sources 
(SOCMI) oxidation.


    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated October 10, 1983, May 17, 1985, and June 12, 1985, 
from Robert P. Miller, Chief, Air Quality Division, Michigan Department 
of Natural Resources. The letter dated June 12, 1985, includes pages 2-
119 and 2-120 from the revised 1982 Air Quality Implementation Plan for 
Ozone and Carbon Monoxide in Southeast Michigan.
    (83) On September 16, 1985, the State of Michigan submitted a SIP 
revision requesting alternate opacity limits for the Packaging 
Corporation of America (PCA) bark boiler. The request is in the form of 
a Stipulation for Entry of Consent Order and Final Order (No. 23-1984). 
The Consent Order contains an extended schedule for the PCA's bark 
boiler to comply with Michigan's Rule 336.1301.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Stipulation for Entry of Consent 
Order and Final Order No. 23-1984 for the Packaging Corporation of 
America, approved on July 8, 1985.
    (84) On April 29, 1986, the State of Michigan submitted a revision 
to the Michigan State Implementation Plan (SIP) for total suspended 
particulates (TSP). The revision, in the form of Air Pollution Control 
Act (APCA) No. 65, revises the State's 1965 APCA No. 348 contained in 
the TSP portion of the Michigan SIP with respect to: car ferries having 
the capacity to carry more than 110 motor vehicles; and coal-fired 
trains used in connection with tourism.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Act No. 65 of the Public Acts of 
1986, as approved by the Governor of Michigan on March 30, 1986.
    (85) On April 25, 1979, the State of Michigan submitted as revisions 
to the Air Quality Implementation Plan, Michigan Department of Natural 
Resources Air Pollution Control Commission General Rules for Open 
Burning; Continuous Emission Monitoring; Air Pollution Episodes; 
Organization, Operation and Procedures; and Hearings.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) R 336.1310, Open Burning, effective January 18, 1980.
    (B) R 336.2101-3, R 336.2150-5, R 336.336-2159, R 336.2170, 
R336.2175-6, R 336.2189-90, and R 336.2199; Continuous Emission 
Monitoring, effective January 18, 1980.
    (C) R 336.2301-8, Air Pollution Episodes, effective January 18, 
1980.
    (D) R 336.2601-8, Organization, Operating, and Procedures, effective 
January 18, 1980.
    (E) R 336.2701-6, Hearings, effective January 18, 1980.

    (86) On May 25, 1988, the State of Michigan submitted an SIP 
revision in the form of an addendum to the State's Rule 336.1122, 
effective at the State level on May 20, 1988. The amendment will allow 
coating companies to exclude methyl chloroform from the VOC emission 
calculation when it is not technically or economically reasonable. This 
exemption applies only to the surface coating operations that are 
subject to Part 6 (Emission Limitations and Prohibitions--Existing 
Sources of VOC Emissions) or Part 7 (Emission Limitations and 
Prohibitions--New Sources of VOC Emissions) of the State's regulations.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) R336.1122, Methyl Chloroform; effective at the State level on 
May 20, 1988.
    (87)-(89) [Reserved]
    (90) On December 17, 1987, the State of Michigan submitted to USEPA 
a revision to the Michigan State Implementation Plan for the Continental 
Fiber Drum, Inc., which limits volatile

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organic compound emissions from the surface coating operations at the 
facility.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State of Michigan, Air Pollution Control Commission, Stipulation 
for Entry of Consent Order and Final Order No. 14-1987, which was 
adopted by the State on December 9, 1987.
    (B) Letter of December 17, 1987, from the State of Michigan, 
Department of Natural Resources to USEPA.
    (91) On May 17, 1985, the State submitted revised rules for the 
control of particulate matter from iron and steel sources and from other 
sources in Michigan. These rules were submitted to fulfill conditions of 
USEPA's May 22, 1981, approval (46 FR 27923 of the State's part D total 
suspended particulates (TSP) State Implementation Plan (SIP). USEPA is 
approving these revised rules in the Michigan submittal except for the 
following provisions: The quench tower limit in rule 336.1331, Table 31, 
Section C.8, because allowing water quality limits to apply only to 
makeup water is a relaxation; the deletion of the limit in rule 336.1331 
for coke oven coal preheater equipment, because it is a relaxation, and 
rule 336.1355, because it provides an unlimited exemption for emissions 
from emergency relief valves in coke oven gas collector mains.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revision to parts 1, 3, and 10 of Michigan's administrative 
rules for air pollution control (Act 348 of 1967, as amended) as adopted 
by the Michigan Air Pollution Control Commission on December 18, 1984. 
These rules became effective in Michigan on February 22, 1985.
    (92) On October 10, 1986, the State of Michigan supported portions 
of the revised Wayne County Air Pollution Control Division Air Pollution 
Control Ordinance as approved by Wayne County on September 19, 1985, as 
a revision to the Michigan State Implementation Plan.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Chapters 1, 2, 3, 5 (except for the portions of Chapter 5, 
section 501, of the Wayne County Ordinance which incorporate by 
reference the following parts of the State rules: The quench tower limit 
in Rule 336.1331, Table 31, Section C.8; the deletion of the limit in 
Rule 336.1331 for coke oven coal preheater equipment; and Rule 
336.1355), 8 (except section 802), 9, 11, 12, 13 and appendices A and D 
of the Wayne County Air Pollution Control Division (WCAPCD) Air 
Pollution Control Ordinance as approved by WCAPCD on September 19, 1985.
    (93) On November 16, 1992, the Michigan Department of Natural 
Resources submitted Natural Resources Commission Rule 336.202 (Rule 2), 
Sections 5 and 14a of the 1965 Air Pollution Act 348, and the 1991 
Michigan Air Pollution Reporting Forms, Reference Tables, and General 
Instructions as the States emission statement program. Natural Resources 
Commission Rule 336.202 (Rule 2) became effective November 11, 1986. 
Section 5 and 14a of the 1965 Air Pollution Act 348 became effective 
July 23, 1965.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Natural Resources Commission Rule 336.202 (Rule 2) became 
effective November 11, 1986. Section 5 and 14a of the 1965 Air Pollution 
Act 348 became effective July 23, 1965.
    (94) On November 13, 1992, January 8, 1993, and November 12, 1993, 
the State of Michigan submitted a Small Business Stationary Source 
Technical and Environmental Assistance Program for incorporation in the 
Michigan State Implementation Plan as required by section 507 of the 
Clean Air Act.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Small Business Clean Air Assistance Act, Act No. 12, Public Acts 
of 1993, approved by the Governor on April 1, 1993, and effective upon 
approval.
    (95) On November 15, 1993, the State of Michigan requested revision 
to the Michigan State Implementation Plan (SIP) to incorporate 
miscellaneous technical rule changes that the State had made effective 
April 20, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Michigan Air Pollution Control Rules: R 336.1107 (except 
paragraph (c)); R 336.1121, R 336.1403. R 336.1606, R 336.1607, R 
336.1608, R 336.1609, R 336.1616, R 336.1626 (deleted), and R 336.1705, 
effective April 20, 1989.
    (96) Revisions to the Michigan Regulations submitted on June 12, 
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November 12, 1993 by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the following provisions of the Michigan Air 
Pollution Control Commission General Rules filed with the Secretary of 
State on April 12, 1993 and effective on April 27, 1993:
    (1) R 336.1101 Definitions; A--Revised definitions of the following 
terms: actual emissions, air-dried coating, air quality standard, 
allowable emissions and alternate opacity.
    (2) R 336.1103 Definitions; C--Added definition of coating category. 
Revised definitions of the following terms: calendar day, class II 
hardboard paneling finish, coating line, coating of automobiles and 
light-duty trucks coating of fabric, coating of large appliances, 
coating of paper, coating of vinyl, component, component in field gas 
service, component in gaseous volatile organic compound service, 
component in heavy liquid service, component in light liquid service, 
component in liquid volatile organic compound service, condenser, 
conveyorized vapor degreaser, and creditable.
    (3) R 336.1105 Definitions; E--Added definition of the term extreme 
environmental conditions. Revised definitions of the following terms: 
electrostatic prep coat, equivalent method and extreme performance 
coating.
    (4) R 336.1116 Definitions; P--Revised definitions of the following 
terms: packaging rotogravure printing, printed interior panel, process 
unit turnaround, publication rotogravure printing and pushside. Deleted 
definition of the term pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing.
    (5) R 336.1122 Definitions; V--Added definition of the term vapor 
collection system. Revised definitions of the following terms: very 
large precipitator and volatile organic compound.
    (6) R 336.1602 General provisions for existing sources of volatile 
organic compound emissions (entire rule).
    (7) R 336.1610 Existing coating lines; emission of volatile organic 
compounds from exiting automobile, light-duty truck, and other product 
and material coating lines (entire rule).
    (8) R 336.1611 Existing cold cleaners (entire rule).
    (9) R 336.1619 Perchloroethylene; emission from existing dry 
cleaning equipment (entire rule).
    (10) R 336.1620 Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing 
flat wood paneling coating lines (entire rule).
    (11) R 336.1621 Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing 
metallic surface coating lines (entire rule).
    (12) R 336.1622 Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing 
components of petroleum refineries; refinery monitoring program (entire 
rule).
    (13) R 336.1623 Storage of petroleum liquids having a true vapor 
pressure of more than 1.0 psia, but less than 11.0 psia, in existing 
external floating roof stationary vessels of more than 40,000-gallon 
capacity (entire rule).
    (14) R 336.1625 Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing 
equipment utilized in manufacturing synthesized pharmaceutical products 
(entire rule).
    (15) R 336.1627 Delivery vessels; vapor collection systems (entire 
rule).
    (16) R 336.1630 Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing 
paint manufacturing processes (entire rule).
    (17) R 336.1631 Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing 
process equipment utilized in manufacture of polystyrene or other 
organic resins (entire rule).
    (18) R 336.1632 Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing 
automobile, truck, and business machine plastic part coating lines 
(entire rule).
    (19) R 336.1702 General provisions of new sources of volatile 
organic compound emissions (entire rule).
    (20) R 336.2004 Appendix A; reference test methods; adoption of 
federal reference test methods (entire rule).
    (21) R 336.2006 Reference test method serving as alternate version 
of federal reference test method 25 by incorporating Byron analysis 
(entire rule).
    (22) R 336.2007 Alternate version of procedure L, referenced in R 
336.2040(10) (entire rule).
    (23) R 336.2040 Method for determination of volatile organic 
compound emissions from coating lines and graphic arts lines (except R 
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    (24) R 336.2041 Recordkeeping requirements for coating lines and 
graphic arts lines (entire rule).
    (B) Revisions to the following provisions of the Michigan Air 
Pollution Control Commission General Rules filed with the Secretary of 
State on November 3, 1993 and effective on November 18, 1993:
    (1) R 336.1601 Definitions--Added definition of the term person 
responsible.
    (2) R 336.1602 General provisions for existing sources of volatile 
organic compound emissions--Addition of provisions requiring submittal 
of site-specific SIP revisions to EPA for the use of equivalent control 
methods allowed under rules 336.1628(1) and 336.1629(1).
    (3) R 336.1624 Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing 
graphic arts lines (entire rule).
    (4) R 336.1628 Emission of volatile organic compounds from 
components of existing process equipment used in manufacturing synthetic 
organic chemicals and polymers; monitoring program (entire rule).
    (5) R 336.1629 Emission of volatile organic compounds from 
components of existing process equipment used in processing natural gas; 
monitoring program (entire rule).
    (C) Senate Bill No. 726 of the State of Michigan 87th Legislature 
for Stage I controls signed and effective on November 13, 1993.
    (D) State of Michigan, Department of Natural Resources, Stipulation 
for Entry of Consent Order and Final Order No. 39-1993 which was adopted 
by the State on November 12, 1993.
    (E) State of Michigan, Department of Natural Resources, Stipulation 
for Entry of Consent Order and Final Order No. 40-1993 which was adopted 
by the State on November 12, 1993.
    (F) State of Michigan, Department of Natural Resources, Stipulation 
for Entry of Consent Order and Final Order No. 3-1993 which was adopted 
by the State on June 21, 1993.
    (97) On November 12, 1993, the State of Michigan submitted a 
revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the implementation 
of a motor vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) program in the Grand 
Rapids and Muskegon ozone nonattainment areas. This revision included 
House Bill No. 4165 which establishes an I/M program in Western 
Michigan, SIP narrative, and the State's Request for Proposal (RFP) for 
implementation of the program. House Bill No. 4165 was signed and 
effective on November 13, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) House Bill No. 4165; signed and effective November 13, 1993.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) SIP narrative plan titled ``Motor Vehicle Emissions Inspection 
and Maintenance Program for Southeast Michigan, Grand Rapids MSA, and 
Muskegon MSA Moderate Nonattainment Areas,'' submitted to the EPA on 
November 12, 1993.
    (B) RFP, submitted along with the SIP narrative on November 12, 
1993.
    (C) Supplemental materials, submitted on July 19, 1994, in a letter 
to EPA.
    (98)  [Reserved]
    (99) On July 13, 1994, the State of Michigan requested a revision to 
the Michigan State Implementation Plan (SIP). The State requested that a 
consent order for the Eagle-Ottawa Leather Company of Grand Haven be 
included in the SIP.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. State of Michigan, Department of 
Natural Resources, Stipulation for Entry of Consent Order and Final 
Order No. 7-1994 which was adopted on July 13, 1994.
    (100) On June 11, 1993 the Michigan Department of Natural Resources 
(MDNR) submitted a plan, with revisions submitted on April 7, 1994 and 
October 14, 1994 for the purpose of bringing about the attainment of the 
National Ambient Air Quality Standards for particulate matter with an 
aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to a nominal 10 micrometers (PM) 
in the Wayne County moderate PM nonattainment area.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Consent Order 4-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Allied Signal, Inc., 
Detroit Tar Plant.
    (B) Consent Order 5-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Asphalt Products 
Company, Plant 5A.
    (C) Consent Order 6-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Clawson Concrete 
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    (D) Consent Order 7-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Cummings-Moore Graphite 
Company.
    (E) Consent Order 8-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Delray Connecting 
Railroad Company.
    (F) Consent Order 9-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Detroit Edison Company, 
River Rouge Plant.
    (G) Consent Order 10-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Detroit Edison Company, 
Sibley Quarry.
    (H) Consent Order 11-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the city of Detroit, 
Detroit Water and Sewage Department, Wastewater Treatment Plant.
    (I) Consent Order 12-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Ferrous Processing and 
Trading Company.
    (J) Consent Order 13-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Ford Motor Company, 
Rouge Industrial Complex.
    (K) Consent Order 14-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Ford Motor Company, 
Vulcan Forge.
    (L) Consent Order 15-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Edward C. Levy Company, 
Detroit Lime Company.
    (M) Consent Order 16-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Edward C. Levy Company, 
Plant #1.
    (N) Consent Order 17-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Edward C. Levy Company, 
Plant #3.
    (O) Consent Order 18-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Edward C. Levy Company, 
Plant #6.
    (P) Consent Order 19-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Edward C. Levy Company, 
Plant 4 and 5.
    (Q) Consent Order 20-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Edward C. Levy Company, 
Plant Scrap Up-Grade Facility.
    (R) Consent Order 21-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Marblehead Lime, 
Brennan Avenue Plant.
    (S) Consent Order 22-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Marblehead Lime, River 
Rouge Plant.
    (T) Consent Order 23-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the McLouth Steel Company, 
Trenton Plant.
    (U) Consent Order 24-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Michigan Foundation 
Company, Cement Plant.
    (V) Consent Order 25-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Michigan Foundation 
Company, Sibley Quarry.
    (W) Consent Order 26-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Morton International, 
Inc., Morton Salt Division.
    (X) Consent Order 27-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the National Steel 
Corporation, Great Lakes Division.
    (Y) Consent Order 28-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the National Steel 
Corporation, Transportation and Materials Handling Division.
    (Z) Consent Order 29-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Peerless Metals 
Powders, Incorporated.
    (AA) Consent Order 30-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Rouge Steel Company.
    (BB) Consent Order 31-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
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This Order limits the PM emissions for the Keywell Corporation.
    (CC) Consent Order 32-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the St. Marys Cement 
Company.
    (DD) Consent Order 33-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the United States Gypsum 
Company.
    (EE) Consent Order 34-1993 effective October 12, 1994 issued by the 
MDNR. This Order limits the PM emissions for the Wyandotte Municipal 
Power Plant.
    (101) On November 15, 1993, the State of Michigan submitted as a 
revision to the Michigan State Implementation Plan for ozone a State 
Implementation Plan for a motor vehicle inspection and maintenance 
program for the Detroit-Ann Arbor area. Michigan submitted House Bill 
No. 5016, signed by Governor John Engler on November 13, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State of Michigan House Bill No. 5016 signed by the Governor and 
effective on November 13, 1993.
    (102) On November 12, 1993, the State of Michigan submitted as a 
revision to the Michigan State Implementation Plan for ozone a State 
Implementation Plan for a section 175A maintenance plan for the Detroit-
Ann Arbor area as part of Michigan's request to redesignate the area 
from moderate nonattainment to attainment for ozone. Elements of the 
section 175A maintenance plan include a base year (1993 attainment year) 
emission inventory for NOX and VOC, a demonstration of 
maintenance of the ozone NAAQS with projected emission inventories 
(including interim years) to the year 2005 for NOX and VOC, a 
plan to verify continued attainment, a contingency plan, and an 
obligation to submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years 
as required by the Clean Air Act. If the area records a violation of the 
ozone NAAQS (which must be confirmed by the State), Michigan will 
implement one or more appropriate contingency measure(s) which are 
contained in the contingency plan. Appropriateness of a contingency 
measure will be determined by an urban airshed modeling analysis. The 
Governor or his designee will select the contingency measure(s) to be 
implemented based on the analysis and the MDNR's recommendation. The 
menu of contingency measures includes basic motor vehicle inspection and 
maintenance program upgrades, Stage I vapor recovery expansion, Stage II 
vapor recovery, intensified RACT for degreasing operations, 
NOX RACT, and RVP reduction to 7.8 psi. Michigan submitted 
legislation or rules for basic I/M in House Bill No 5016, signed by 
Governor John Engler on November 13, 1993; Stage I and Stage II in 
Senate Bill 726 signed by Governor John Engler on November 13, 1993; and 
RVP reduction to 7.8 psi in House Bill 4898 signed by Governor John 
Engler on November 13, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State of Michigan House Bill No. 5016 signed by the Governor and 
effective on November 13, 1993.
    (B) State of Michigan Senate Bill 726 signed by the Governor and 
effective on November 13, 1993.
    (C) State of Michigan House Bill No. 4898 signed by the Governor and 
effective on November 13, 1993.
    (103) On August 26, 1994 Michigan submitted a site-specific SIP 
revision in the form of a consent order for incorporation into the 
federally enforceable ozone SIP. This consent order determines 
Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) specifically for the 
Enamalum Corporation Novi, Michigan facility for the emission of 
volatile organic compounds (VOCs).
    (i) Incorporation by reference. The following Michigan Stipulation 
for Entry of Final Order By Consent.
    (A) State of Michigan, Department of Natural Resources, Stipulation 
for Entry of Final Order By Consent No. 6-1994 which was adopted by the 
State on June 27, 1994.
    (104) On July 13, 1995, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources 
(MDNR) submitted a contingency measures plan for the Wayne County 
particulate matter nonattainment area.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State of Michigan Administrative Rule 374 (R 336.1374), 
effective July 26, 1995.
    (105)  [Reserved]
    (106) On March 9, 1995, the State of Michigan submitted as a 
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Plan for ozone a State Implementation Plan for a section 175A 
maintenance plan for the Grand Rapids area as part of Michigan's request 
to redesignate the area from moderate nonattainment to attainment for 
ozone. Elements of the section 175A maintenance plan include an 
attainment emission inventory for NOX and VOC, a 
demonstration of maintenance of the ozone NAAQS with projected emission 
inventories to the year 2007 for NOX and VOC, a plan to 
verify continued attainment, a contingency plan, and a commitment to 
submit a subsequent maintenance plan revision in 8 years as required by 
the Clean Air Act. If a violation of the ozone NAAQS, determined not to 
be attributable to transport from upwind areas, is monitored, Michigan 
will implement one or more appropriate contingency measure(s) contained 
in the contingency plan. Once a violation of the ozone NAAQS is 
recorded, the State will notify EPA, review the data for quality 
assurance, and conduct a technical analysis, including an analysis of 
meteorological conditions leading up to and during the exceedances 
contributing to the violation, to determine local culpability. This 
preliminary analysis will be submitted to EPA and subjected to public 
review and comment. The State will solicit and consider EPA's technical 
advice and analysis before making a final determination on the cause of 
the violation. The Governor or his designee will select the contingency 
measure(s) to be implemented within six months of a monitored violation 
attributable to ozone and ozone precursors from the Grand Rapids area. 
The menu of contingency measures includes a motor vehicle inspection and 
maintenance program, Stage II vapor recovery, gasoline RVP reduction to 
7.8 psi, RACT on major non-CTG VOC sources in the categories of coating 
of plastics, coating of wood furniture, and industrial cleaning 
solvents. Michigan submitted legislation or rules for I/M in House Bill 
No 4165, signed by Governor John Engler on November 13, 1993; Stage II 
in Senate Bill 726 signed by Governor John Engler on November 13, 1993; 
and RVP reduction to 7.8 psi in House Bill 4898 signed by Governor John 
Engler on November 13, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State of Michigan House Bill No. 4165 signed by the Governor and 
effective on November 13, 1993.
    (B) State of Michigan Senate Bill 726 signed by the Governor and 
effective on November 13, 1993.
    (C) State of Michigan House Bill No. 4898 signed by the Governor and 
effective on November 13, 1993.
    (107)  [Reserved]
    (108) On May 16, 1996, the State of Michigan submitted a revision to 
the Michigan State Implementation Plan (SIP). This revision is for the 
purpose of establishing a gasoline Reid vapor pressure (RVP) limit of 
7.8 pounds per square inch (psi) for gasoline sold in Wayne, Oakland, 
Macomb, Washtenaw, Livingston, St. Clair, and Monroe counties in 
Michigan.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) House Bill No. 4898; signed and effective November 13, 1993.
    (B) Michigan Complied Laws, Motor Fuels Quality Act, Chapter 290, 
Sections 642, 643, 645, 646, 647, and 649; all effective November 13, 
1993.
    (C) Michigan Complied Laws, Weights and Measures Act of 1964, 
Chapter 290, Sections 613, 615; all effective August 28, 1964.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter from Michigan Governor John Engler to Regional 
Administrator Valdas Adamkus, dated January 5, 1996.
    (B) Letter from Michigan Director of Environmental Quality Russell 
Harding to Regional Administrator Valdas Adamkus, dated May 14, 1996.
    (C) State report titled ``Evaluation of Air Quality Contingency 
Measures for Implementation in Southeast Michigan,'' submitted to the 
EPA on May 14, 1996.
    (109) On December 13, 1994 and January 19, 1996, Michigan submitted 
correspondence and Executive Orders 1991-31 and 1995-18 which indicated 
that the executive branch of government had been reorganized. As a 
result of the reorganization, delegation of the Governor's authority 
under the Clean Air Act was revised. The Environmental Protection 
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provisions affecting air pollution control. The Air Pollution Control 
Commission was abolished and its authority was initially transferred to 
the Director of the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR). 
Subsequently, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources of 
Environmental Quality (DEQ) was created by elevating eight program 
divisions and two program offices previously located within the DNR. The 
authority then earlier vested to the Director of the Michigan DNR was 
then transferred to the Director of the Michigan DEQ with the exception 
of some administrative appeals decisions.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State of Michigan Executive Order 1991-31 Commission of Natural 
Resources, Department of Natural Resources, Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources Executive Reorganization. Introductory and concluding 
words of issuance and Title I: General; Part A: Sections 1, 2, 4 and 5, 
Part B. Title III: Environmental Protection; Part A: Sections 1 and 2, 
Part B. Title IV: Miscellaneous; Parts A and B, Part C: Sections 1, 2, 
4, Part D. Signed by John Engler, Governor, November 8, 1991. Filed with 
the Secretary of State November 8, 1991. Effective January 7, 1992.
    (B) State of Michigan Executive Order No. 1995-18 Michigan 
Department of Environmental Quality, Michigan Department of Natural 
Resources Executive Reorganization. Introductory and concluding words of 
issuance. Paragraphs 1, 2, 3(a) and (g), 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 
16, 17, 18. Signed by John Engler, Governor, July 31, 1995. Filed with 
the Secretary of State on August 1, 1995. Effective September 30, 1995.
    (110) A revision to Michigan's State Implementation Plan (SIP), 
containing part of Michigan's Natural Resources and Environmental 
Protection Act, was submitted by the Michigan Department of 
Environmental Quality (MDEQ) on May 16, 1996, and supplemented on 
September 23, 1997. On December 30, 1997, MDEQ withdrew much of the 
original submittal. The revision incorporated below contains control 
requirements and applicable definitions for fugitive dust sources.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of Part 55 of 
Act 451 of 1994, the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act 
are incorporated by reference.
    (A) 324.5524 Fugitive dust sources or emissions, effective March 30, 
1995.
    (B) 324.5525 Definitions, effective March 30, 1995.
[37 FR 10873, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1170, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.



Sec. 52.1171  Classification of regions.

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

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                                                                                  Pollutant
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
                Air quality control region                  Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon
                                                               matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide    Ozone
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Metropolitan Detroit-Port Huron Intrastate................           I          I       III       III        III
Metropolitan Toledo Interstate............................           I          I       III       III          I
South Central Michigan Intrastate.........................          II         II       III       III        III
South Bend-Elkhart (Indiana)-Benton Harbor (Michigan)
 Interstate...............................................           I         IA       III       III        III
Central Michigan Intrastate...............................          II        III       III       III        III
Upper Michigan Intrastate.................................         III        III       III       III        III
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[37 FR 10873, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16346, May 8, 1974; 45 
FR 29801, May 6, 1980]



Sec. 52.1172  Approval status.

    With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Michigan's plan for the attainment and maintenance of the 
National Ambient Air Quality Standards under section 110 of the Clean 
Air Act. Furthermore, the Administrator finds the plan satisfies all 
requirements of Part D, Title I of the Clean Air Act as amended in

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1977, except as noted below. In addition, continued satisfaction of the 
requirements of Part D for the ozone portion of the SIP depends on the 
adoption and submittalof RACT requirements by July 1, 1980 for the 
sources covered by CTGs between January 1978 and January 1979 and 
adoption and submittal by each subsequent January of additional RACT 
requirements for sources covered by CTGs issued by the previous January.
[45 FR 29801, May 6, 1980]



Sec. 52.1173  Control strategy: Particulates.

    (a) Part D--Disapproval. The following specific revisions to the 
Michigan Plan are disapproved:
    (1) Rule 336.1331, Table 31, Item C: Emission limits for Open Hearth 
Furnaces, Basic Oxygen Furnaces, Electric Arc Furnaces, Sintering 
Plants, Blast Furnaces, Heating and Reheating Furnaces.
    (2) Rules 336.1371 (Fugitive dust control programs other than areas 
listed in table 36.), 336.1372 (Fugitive dust control programs; required 
activities; typical control methods.) and 336.1373 (Fugitive dust 
control programs; areas listed in table 36.) for control of industrial 
fugitive particulate emissions sources.
    (b) Part D--Conditional Approval--The Michigan overall Plan for 
primary and secondary nonattainment areas is approved provided that the 
following conditions are satisfied:
    (1) The State officially adopts final industrial fugitive 
regulations that represent RACT for traditional sources and submits 
these finally effective regulations to USEPA by January 31, 1981.
    (2) The State adopts and submits regulations reflecting RACT for 
Basic Oxygen Furnaces, Electric Arc Furnaces, Sintering Plants, Blast 
Furnaces and Heating and Reheating Furnaces.
    (3) Rule 336.1331, Table 31, Item C: Coke Oven Preheater Equipment 
Effective After July 1, 1979--The State clarifies the compliance test 
method to include measurement of the whole train.
    (4) Rule 336.1349--The State submits consent orders containing 
enforceable increments insuring reasonable further progress for each 
source subject to Rules 336.1350 through 336.1357.
    (5) Rule 336.1350--The State adopts and submits an acceptable 
inspection method for determining compliance with the rule.
    (6) Rule 336.1352--The State adopts and submits the following 
clarifications to the rule: (a) The rule regulates emissions from the 
receiving car itself during the pushing operation; (b) in the phrase 
``eight consecutive trips,'' ``consecutive'' is defined as 
``consecutively observed trips''; (c) the word ``trips'' is defined as 
``trips per battery'' or ``trips per system''; (d) the 40% opacity 
fugitive emissions limitation refers to an instantaneous reading and not 
an average; (e) the method of reading opacity is defined.
    (7) Rule 336.1353--The State adopts and submits: (a) An acceptable 
test methodology for determining compliance with the rule; and (b) a 
clarification that the exception to the visible emission prohibition of 
4% of standpipe emission points refers to ``operating'' ovens.
    (8) Rule 336.1356--The State adopts and submits a clarification of 
the test methodology to determine compliance with the rule.
    (9) Rule 336.1357--The State adopts and submits a clarification of 
the test methodology to determine compliance with the rule.
    (10) The State adopts and submits a regulation reflecting RACT for 
coke battery combustion stacks.
    (11) The State adopts and submits an acceptable test method for 
application of Rule 336.1331, Table 32 to quench towers, or, in the 
alternative, adopts and submits a limitation reflecting RACT for quench 
tower emissions based on the quantity of total dissolved solids in the 
quench water.
    (12) The State adopts and submits rules requiring RACT for scarfing 
emissions.
    (13) Part 10 Testing--The State adopts and submits the following 
clarifications to the test methods: (a) Testing of fugitive emissions 
from blast furnaces are conducted during the cast; (b) the starting and 
ending period is specified for basic oxygenfurnaces (for both primary 
and secondary emissions generating operations), electric arc

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furnaces and for each of the three emission points at sinter plants.
    (14) The State conducts additional particulate studies in the 
Detroit area by September, 1980.
    (c) Disapprovals. EPA disapproves the following specific revisions 
to the Michigan Plan:
    (1) The State submitted Consent Order No. 16-1982 on June 24, 1982, 
Great Lakes Steel, a Division of the National Steel Corporation as a 
revision to the Michigan State Implementation Plan. EPA disapproves this 
revision, because it does not satisfy all the requirements of EPA's 
proposed Emission Trading Policy Statement of April 7, 1982 (47 FR 
15076).
    (d) Approval--On April 29, 1988, the State of Michigan submitted a 
committal SIP for particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter equal 
to or less than 10 micrometers (PM10) for Michigan's Group II 
areas. The Group II areas of concern are in the City of Monroe and an 
area surrounding the City of Carrollton. The committal SIP contains all 
the requirements identified in the July 1, 1987, promulgation of the SIP 
requirements for PM10 at 52 FR 24681.
    (e)  [Reserved]
    (f) On July 24, 1995, the Michigan Department of Natural Resources 
requested the redesignation of Wayne County to attainment of the 
National Ambient Air Quality Standard for particulate matter. The 
State's maintenance plan is complete and the redesignation satisfies all 
of the requirements of the Act.
    (g) Approval--On November 29, 1994, the Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources submitted a revision to the particulate State 
Implementation Plan for general conformity rules. The general conformity 
SIP revisions enable the State of Michigan to implement and enforce the 
Federal general conformity requirements in the nonattainment or 
maintenance areas at the State or local level in accordance with 40 CFR 
part 93, subpart B--Determining Conformity of General Federal Actions to 
State or Federal Implementation Plans.
[46 FR 27931, May 22, 1981, as amended at 49 FR 11834, Mar. 28, 1984; 50 
FR 33540, Aug. 20, 1985; 55 FR 17752, Apr. 27, 1990; 61 FR 40519, Aug. 
5, 1996; 61 FR 66609, Dec. 18, 1996]



Sec. 52.1174  Control strategy: Ozone.

    (a) Part D--Conditional Approval--Michigan Rules 336.1603 and 
336.1606 are approved provided that the following conditions are 
satisfied:
    (1) Rule 336.1606-- The State either promulgates a rule with a 
120,000 gallon per year throughput exemption for gasoline dispensing 
facilities for sources located in Wayne, Macomb and Oakland Counties. 
The State must either submit the rule to USEPA or demonstrate that the 
allowable emissions resulting from the application of its existing rule 
with 250,000 gallon per year throughput exemption for gasoline 
dispensing facilities are less than five percent greater than the 
allowable emissions resulting from the application of the CTG 
presumptive norm. The State must comply with this condition by May 6, 
1981, and any necessary regulations must be finally promulgated by the 
State and submitted to USEPA by September 30, 1981.
    (b) Approval--On November 16, 1992, the Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources submitted Natural Resources Commission Rule 336.202 
(Rule 2), Sections 5 and 14a of the 1965 Air Pollution Act 348, and the 
1991 Michigan Air Pollution Reporting Forms, Reference Tables, and 
General Instructions as the States emission statement program. Natural 
Resources Commission Rule 336.202 (Rule 2) became effective November 11, 
1986. Section 5 and 14a of the 1965 Air Pollution Act 348 became 
effective July 23, 1965. These rules have been incorporated by reference 
at 40 CFR 52.1170(c)(93). On October 25, 1993, the State submitted the 
1993 Michigan Air Pollution Reporting Forms, Reference Tables, and 
General Instructions, along with an implementation strategy for the 
State's emission statement program.
    (c) Approval--On January 5, 1993, the Michigan Department of Natural 
Resources submitted a revision to the

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ozone State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the 1990 base year inventory. 
The inventory was submitted by the State of Michigan to satisfy Federal 
requirements under section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act as amended in 
1990 (the Act), as a revision to the ozone SIP for the Grand Rapids and 
Muskegon areas in Michigan designated nonattainment, classified as 
moderate. These areas include counties of Muskegon, and the two county 
Grand Rapids area (which are the counties of Kent and Ottawa).


    Editorial Note: At 59 FR 40828, Aug. 10, 1994 the following 
paragraph (c) was added to Sec. 52.1174.

    (c) Approval--On November 12, 1993, the Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources submitted a petition for exemption from the oxides of 
nitrogen requirements of the Clean Air Act for the Detroit-Ann Arbor 
ozone nonattainment area. The submittal pertained to the exemption from 
the oxides of nitrogen requirements for conformity, inspection and 
maintenance, reasonably available control technology, and new source 
review. These are required by sections 176(c), 182(b)(4), and 182(f) of 
the 1990 amended Clean Air Act, respectively.
    (d) In a letter addressed to David Kee, EPA, dated March 30, 1994, 
Dennis M. Drake, State of Michigan, stated:
    (1) Michigan has not developed RACT regulations for the following 
industrial source categories, which have been addressed in Control 
Techniques Guidance (CTG) documents published prior to the Clean Air Act 
Amendments of 1990, because no affected sources are located in the 
moderate nonattainment counties:

(i) Large petroleum dry cleaners;
(ii) SOCMI air oxidation processes;
(iii) High-density polyethylene and polypropylene resin manufacturing; 
    and
(iv) Pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing.

    (2) (Reserved)
    (e) Approval--On July 1, 1994, the Michigan Department of Natural 
Resources submitted a petition for exemption from the oxides of nitrogen 
requirements of the Clean Air Act for the East Lansing ozone 
nonattainment area. The submittal pertained to the exemption from the 
oxides of nitrogen requirements for conformity and new source review. 
Theses are required by sections 176(c) and 182(f) of the 1990 amended 
Clean Air Act, respectively. If a violation of the ozone standard occurs 
in the East Lansing ozone nonattainment area, the exemption shall no 
longer apply.
    (f) Approval--On July 8, 1994, the Michigan Department of Natural 
Resources submitted a petition for exemption from the oxides of nitrogen 
requirements of the Clean Air Act for the Genesee County ozone 
nonattainment area. The submittal pertained to the exemption from the 
oxides of nitrogen requirements for conformity and new source review. 
These are required by sections 176(c) and 182(f) of the 1990 amended 
Clean Air Act, respectively. If a violation of the ozone standard occurs 
in the Genesee County ozone nonattainment area, the exemption shall no 
longer apply.
    (g)  [Reserved]
    (h) Approval--On January 5, 1993, the Michigan Department of Natural 
Resources submitted a revision to the ozone State Implementation Plan 
for the 1990 base year emission inventory. The inventory was submitted 
by the State of Michigan to satisfy Federal requirements under section 
182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1990, as a revision to the 
ozone State Implementation Plan for the Detroit-Ann Arbor moderate ozone 
nonattainment area. This area includes Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, 
Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne counties.
    (i) Approval--On November 12, 1993, the Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources submitted a request to redesignate the Detroit-Ann 
Arbor (consisting of Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, 
Washtenaw, and Wayne counties) ozone nonattainment area to attainment 
for ozone. As part of the redesignation request, the State submitted a 
maintenance plan as required by 175A of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 
1990. Elements of the section 175A maintenance plan include a base year 
(1993 attainment year) emission inventory for NOX and VOC, a 
demonstration of maintenance of the ozone NAAQS with projected emission 
inventories (including interim years)

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to the year 2005 for NOX and VOC, a plan to verify continued 
attainment, a contingency plan, and an obligation to submit a subsequent 
maintenance plan revision in 8 years as required by the Clean Air Act. 
If the area records a violation of the ozone NAAQS (which must be 
confirmed by the State), Michigan will implement one or more appropriate 
contingency measure(s) which are contained in the contingency plan. 
Appropriateness of a contingency measure will be determined by an urban 
airshed modeling analysis. The Governor or his designee will select the 
contingency measure(s) to be implemented based on the analysis and the 
MDNR's recommendation. The menu of contingency measures includes basic 
motor vehicle inspection and maintenance program upgrades, Stage I vapor 
recovery expansion, Stage II vapor recovery, intensified RACT for 
degreasing operations, NOX RACT, and RVP reduction to 7.8 
psi. The redesignation request and maintenance plan meet the 
redesignation requirements in sections 107(d)(3)(E) and 175A of the Act 
as amended in 1990, respectively. The redesignation meets the Federal 
requirements of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act as a revision to 
the Michigan Ozone State Implementation Plan for the above mentioned 
counties.
    (j)  [Reserved]
    (k) Determination--USEPA is determining that, as of July 20, 1995, 
the Grand Rapids and Muskegon ozone nonattainment areas have attained 
the ozone standard and that the reasonable further progress and 
attainment demonstration requirements of section 182(b)(1) and related 
requirements of section 172(c)(9) of the Clean Air Act do not apply to 
the areas for so long as the areas do not monitor any violations of the 
ozone standard. If a violation of the ozone NAAQS is monitored in either 
the Grand Rapids or Muskegon ozone nonattainment area, the determination 
shall no longer apply for the area that experiences the violation.
    (l) Approval--EPA is approving the section 182(f) oxides of nitrogen 
(NOX) reasonably available control technology (RACT), new 
source review (NSR), vehicle inspection/maintenance (I/M), and general 
conformity exemptions for the Grand Rapids (Kent and Ottawa Counties) 
and Muskegon (Muskegon County) moderate nonattainment areas as requested 
by the States of Illinois, Indiana, Michigan, and Wisconsin in a July 
13, 1994 submittal. This approval also covers the exemption of 
NOX transportation and general conformity requirements of 
section 176(c) for the Counties of Allegan, Barry, Bay, Berrien, Branch, 
Calhoun, Cass, Clinton, Eaton, Gratiot, Genesee, Hillsdale, Ingham, 
Ionia, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lenawee, Midland, Montcalm, St. Joseph, 
Saginaw, Shiawasse, and Van Buren.
    (m) Approval--On November 24, 1994, the Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources submitted a revision to the ozone State Implementation 
Plan. The submittal pertained to a plan for the implementation and 
enforcement of the Federal transportation conformity requirements at the 
State or local level in accordance with 40 CFR part 51, subpart T--
Conformity to State or Federal Implementation Plans of Transportation 
Plans, Programs, and Projects Developed, Funded or Approved Under Title 
23 U.S.C. or the Federal Transit Act.
    (n) Approval--On November 29, 1994, the Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources submitted a revision to the ozone State Implementation 
Plan for general conformity rules. The general conformity SIP revisions 
enable the State of Michigan to implement and enforce the Federal 
general conformity requirements in the nonattainment or maintenance 
areas at the State or local level in accordance with 40 CFR part 93, 
subpart B--Determining Conformity of General Federal Actions to State or 
Federal Implementation Plans.
    (o) Approval--On March 9, 1996, the Michigan Department of 
Environmental Quality submitted a request to redesignate the Grand 
Rapids ozone nonattainment area (consisting of Kent and Ottawa Counties) 
to attainment for ozone. As part of the redesignation request, the State 
submitted a maintenance plan as required by 175A of the Clean Air Act, 
as amended in 1990. Elements of the section 175A maintenance plan 
include an attainment emission inventory for NOX and VOC, a 
demonstration of maintenance of the ozone

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NAAQS with projected emission inventories to the year 2007 for 
NOX and VOC, a plan to verify continued attainment, a 
contingency plan, and a commitment to submit a subsequent maintenance 
plan revision in 8 years as required by the Clean Air Act. If a 
violation of the ozone NAAQS, determined not to be attributable to 
transport from upwind areas, is monitored, Michigan will implement one 
or more appropriate contingency measure(s) contained in the contingency 
plan. Once a violation of the ozone NAAQS is recorded, the State will 
notify EPA, review the data for quality assurance, and conduct a 
technical analysis, including an analysis of meteorological conditions 
leading up to and during the exceedances contributing to the violation, 
to determine local culpability. This preliminary analysis will be 
submitted to EPA and subjected to public review and comment. The State 
will solicit and consider EPA's technical advice and analysis before 
making a final determination on the cause of the violation. The Governor 
or his designee will select the contingency measure(s) to be implemented 
within 6 months of a monitored violation attributable to ozone and ozone 
precursors from the Grand Rapids area. The menu of contingency measures 
includes a motor vehicle inspection and maintenance program, Stage II 
vapor recovery, RVP reduction to 7.8 psi, RACT on major non-CTG VOC 
sources in the categories of coating of plastics, coating of wood 
furniture, and industrial cleaning solvents. The redesignation request 
and maintenance plan meet the redesignation requirements in section 
107(d)(3)(E) and 175A of the Act as amended in 1990, respectively. The 
redesignation meets the Federal requirements of section 182(a)(1) of the 
Clean Air Act as a revision to the Michigan Ozone State Implementation 
Plan for the above mentioned counties.
    (p) Approval--On November 22, 1995 the Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources submitted a petition for exemption from transportation 
conformity requirements for the Muskegon ozone nonattainment area. This 
approval exempts the Muskegon ozone nonattainment area from 
transportation conformity requirements under section 182(b)(1) of the 
Clean Air Act. If a violation of the ozone standard occurs in the 
Muskegon County ozone nonattainment area, the exemption shall no longer 
apply.
    (q) Correction of approved plan-- Michigan air quality 
Administrative Rule, R336.1901 (Rule 901)--Air Contaminant or Water 
Vapor, has been removed from the approved plan pursuant to section 
110(k)(6) of the Clean Air Act (as amended in 1990).
[45 FR 58528, Sept. 4, 1980, as amended at 50 FR 5250, Feb. 7, 1985; 59 
FR 10753, Mar. 8, 1994; 59 FR 37947, July 26, 1994; 59 FR 40828, Aug. 
10, 1994; 59 FR 46190, Sept. 7, 1994; 60 FR 12451, Mar. 7, 1995; 60 FR 
12477, Mar. 7, 1995; 60 FR 20649, Apr. 27, 1995; 60 FR 28731, June 2, 
1995; 60 FR 37013, July 19, 1995; 60 FR 37370, July 20, 1995; 61 FR 
2438, Jan. 26, 1996; 61 FR 31849, June 21, 1996; 61 FR 39332, July 29, 
1996; 61 FR 66609, 66611, Dec. 18, 1996; 62 FR 50514, Sept. 26, 1997; 63 
FR 27494, May 19, 1998]

    Effective Date Note: At 63 FR 27494, May 19, 1998, Sec. 52.1174 was 
amended by adding paragraph (q), effective July 20, 1998.



Sec. 52.1175  Compliance schedules.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.15(a)(2) of this chapter as of May 
31, 1972, (36 FR 22398) are not met since Rule 336.49 of the Michigan 
Air Pollution Control Commission provides for individual compliance 
schedules to be submitted to the State Agency by January 1, 1974. This 
would not be in time for submittal to the Environmental Protection 
Agency with the first semiannual report.
    (b) [Reserved]
    (c) The requirements of Sec. 51.262(a) of this chapter are not met 
since compliance schedules with adequate increments of progress have not 
been submitted for every source for which they are required.
    (d) Federal compliance schedules. (1) Except as provided in 
paragraph (d)(3) of this section, the owner or operator of any 
stationary source subject to the following emission-limiting regulations 
in the Michigan implementation plan shall comply with the applicable 
compliance schedule in paragraph (d)(2) of this section: Air Pollution 
Control Commission, Department of Public Health, Michigan Rule 336.49.
    (2) Compliance schedules. (i) The owner or operator of any boiler or 
furnace of more than 250 million Btu per hour heat input subject to Rule 
336.49

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and located in the Central Michigan Intrastate AQCR, South Bend-Elkhart-
Benton Harbor Interstate AQCR, or Upper Michigan Intrastate AQCR (as 
defined in part 81 of this title) shall notify the Administrator, no 
later than October 1, 1973, of his intent to utilize either low-sulfur 
fuel or stack gas desulfurization to comply with the limitations 
effective July 1, 1975, in Table 3 or Table 4 of Rule 336.49.
    (ii) Any owner or operator of a stationary source subject to 
paragraph (d)(2)(i) of this section who elects to utilize low-sulfur 
fuel shall take the following actions with respect to the source no 
later than the dates specified.
    (a) November 1, 1973--Submit to the Administrator a projection of 
the amount of fuel, by types, that will be substantially adequate to 
enable compliance with Table 3 of Rule 336.49 on July 1, 1975, and for 
at least one year thereafter.
    (b) December 31, 1973--Sign contracts with fuel suppliers for 
projected fuel requirements.
    (c) January 31, 1974--Submit a statement as to whether boiler 
modifications will be required. If modifications will be required, 
submit plans for such modifications.
    (d) March 15, 1974--Let contracts for necessary boiler 
modifications, if applicable.
    (e) June 15, 1974--Initiate onsite modifications, if applicable.
    (f) March 31, 1975--Complete onsite modifications, if applicable.
    (g) July 1, 1975--Achieve final compliance with the applicable July 
1, 1975, sulfur-in-fuel limitation listed in Table 3 of Rule 336.49.
    (iii) Any owner or operator of a stationary source subject to 
paragraph (d)(2)(i) of this section who elects to utilize stack gas 
desulfurization shall take the following actions with respect to the 
source no later than the dates specified.
    (a) November 1, 1973--Let necessary contracts for construction.
    (b) March 1, 1974--Initiate onsite construction.
    (c) March 31, 1975--Complete onsite construction.
    (d) July 1, 1975--Achieve final compliance with the applicable July 
1, 1975, emission limitation listed in Table 4 of Rule 336.49.
    (e) If a performance test is necessary for a determination as to 
whether compliance has been achieved, such a test must be completed by 
July 1, 1975. Ten days prior to such a test, notice must be given to the 
Administrator to afford him the opportunity to have an observer present.
    (iv) The owner or operator of any boiler or furnace of more than 250 
million Btu per hour heat input subject to Rule 336.49 and located in 
the Central Michigan Intrastate AQCR. South Bend-Elkhart-Benton Harbor 
Interstate AQCR, or Upper Michigan Intrastate AQCR shall notify the 
Administrator, no later than January 31, 1974, of his intent to utilize 
either low-sulfur fuel or stack gas desulfurization to comply with the 
limitation effective July 1, 1978, in Table 3 or Table 4 of Rule 336.49.
    (v) Any owner or operator of a stationary source subject to 
paragraph (d)(2)(iv) of this section who elects to utilize low-sulfur 
fuel shall take the following actions with respect to the source no 
later than the dates specified.
    (a) October 15, 1976--Submit to the Administrator a projection of 
the amount of fuel, by types, that will be substantially adequate to 
enable compliance with Table 3 of Rule 336.49 on July 1, 1978, and for 
at least one year thereafter.
    (b) December 31, 1976--Sign contracts with fuel suppliers for 
projected fuel requirements.
    (c) January 31, 1977--Submit a statement as to whether boiler 
modifications will be required. If modifications will be required, 
submit plans for such modifications.
    (d) March 15, 1977--Let contracts for necessary boiler 
modifications, if applicable.
    (e) June 15, 1977--Initiate onsite modifications, if applicable.
    (f) March 31, 1978--Complete onsite modifications, if applicable.
    (g) July 1, 1978--Achieve final compliance with the applicable July 
1, 1978, sulfur-in-fuel limitation listed in Table 3 of Rule 336.49.
    (vi) Any owner or operator of a stationary source subject to 
paragraph

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(d)(2)(iv) of this section who elects to utilize stack gas 
desulfurization shall take the following actions with regard to the 
source no later than the dates specified.
    (a) November 1, 1976--Let necessary contracts for construction.
    (b) March 1, 1977--Initiate onsite construction.
    (c) March 31, 1978--Complete onsite construction.
    (d) July 1, 1978--Achieve final compliance with the applicable July 
1, 1978, mission limitation listed in Table 4 of Rule 336.49.
    (e) If a performance test is necessary for a determination as to 
whether compliance has been achieved, such a test must be completed by 
July 1, 1978. Ten days prior to such a test, notice must be given to the 
Administrator to afford him the opportunity to have an observer present.
    (vii) Any owner or operator subject to a compliance schedule above 
shall certify to the Administrator, within five days after the deadline 
for each increment of progress in that schedule, whether or not the 
increment has been met.
    (3)(i) Paragraphs (d) (1) and (2) of this section shall not apply to 
a source which is presently in compliance with Table 3 or Table 4 of 
Rule 336.49 and which has certified such compliance to the Administrator 
by October 1, 1973. The Administrator may request whatever supporting 
information he considers necessary for proper certification.
    (ii) Any compliance schedule adopted by the State and approved by 
the Administrator shall satisfy the requirements of this paragraph for 
the affected source.
    (iii) Any owner or operator subject to a compliance schedule in this 
paragraph may submit to the Administrator no later than October 1, 1973, 
a proposed alternative compliance schedule. No such compliance schedule 
may provide for final compliance after the final compliance date in the 
applicable compliance schedule of this paragraph. If promulgated by the 
Administrator, such schedule shall satisfy the requirements of this 
paragraph for the affected source.
    (4) Nothing in this paragraph shall preclude the Administrator from 
promulgating a separate schedule for any source to which the application 
of the compliance schedule in paragraph (d)(2) of this section fails to 
satisfy the requirements of Secs. 51.261 and 51.262(a) of this chapter.
    (e) The compliance schedules for the sources identified below are 
approved as meeting the requirements of Sec. 51.104 and subpart N of 
this chapter. All regulations cited are air pollution control 
regulations of the State, unless otherwise noted.

                                                    Michigan
                                         [See footnotes at end of table]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                          Regulations        Date schedule     Final compliance
             Source                    Location            involved             adopted              date
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 berrien county
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Conoco, Inc.....................  Berrien...........  R336.1603,          Sept. 26, 1981....  Dec. 31, 1982.
                                                       R336.1609.
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                                                 calhoun county
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Clark Oil and Refining Corp.....  Calhoun...........  R336.1603           May 14, 1982......  Dec. 31, 1982.
                                                       R336.1609.
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                                                charlevoix county
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Northern Michigan Electric        Boyne City........  336.1401 (336.49).  Jan. 10, 1980.....  Jan. 1, 1985.
 Cooperative Advance Steam Plant.
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                                                 genesee county
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Buick Motor Division............  City of Flint.....  R336.1301.........  May 5, 1980.......  Dec. 31, 1982.
GM Warehousing Dist. Div.         Genesee...........  R336.1331.........  Dec. 31, 1981.....  Oct. 15, 1983.
 Boilers 1 and 2.

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GM Warehousing Dist. Div.         ......do..........  R336.1331.........  Dec. 1, 1981......  Oct. 15, 1981.
 Boilers 3 and 4.
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                                                  macomb county
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New Haven Foundry...............  Macomb County.....  R336.1301,          Aug. 14, 1980.....  June 30, 1985.
                                                       R336.1331,
                                                       R336.1901.
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                                                 midland county
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Dow Chemical....................  Midland...........  R336.1301 and       July 21, 1982.....  Dec. 31, 1985.
                                                       R336.1331.
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                                                  monroe county
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Detroit Edison (Monroe plant)...  Monroe............  336.49............  July 7, 1977......  Jan. 1, 1985.
Dundee Cement Company...........  Dundee............  336.41, 44........  Oct. 17, 1979.....  Dec. 31, 1983.
                                                      (336.1301,
                                                       336.1331).
Union Camp......................  Monroe............  336.1401..........  Jan. 3, 1980......  Jan. 1, 1985.
                                                      (336.49)..........
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                                                 muskegon county
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Consumers Power Company (B. C.    Muskegon..........  336.1401..........  Dec. 10, 1979.....  Jan. 1, 1985.
 Cobb).                                               (336.49)..........
S. D. Warren Co.................  Muskegon..........  336.49 (336.1401).  Oct. 31, 1979.....  Nov. 1, 1984.
Marathon Oil....................  ......do..........  336.1603..........  July 31, 1981.....  Dec. 31, 1982.
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                                                 saginaw county
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Grey Iron Casting and Nodular     Saginaw...........  R336.1301.........  Apr. 16, 1980.....  Dec. 31, 1982.
 Iron Casting Plants.
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                                                  wayne county
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Boulevard Heating Plant.........  Wayne.............  R336.1331.........  Apr. 28, 1981.....  Dec. 31, 1982.
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Footnotes:
\1\ For the attainment of the primary standard.
\2\ For the attainment of the secondary standard.
\3\ For the maintenance of the secondary standard.


                                                    Michigan
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                Source                         Location           Regulation involved     Date schedule adopted
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                                                   bay county
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Consumer Power (Karn Plant)..........  Essexville.............  336.44.................  Sept. 18, 1973.
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                                                  ottawa county
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Consumer Power Co. (Campbell Plant     West Olive.............  336.44.................  Sept. 18, 1973.
 Units 1, 2).
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[37 FR 10873, May 31, 1972]


    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1175, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.

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Sec. 52.1176  Review of new sources and modifications.  [Reserved]

[37 FR 10873, May 31, 1972]



Secs. 52.1177--52.1179  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1180  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air 
Act are not met, since the plan does not include approvable procedures 
for preventing the significant deterioration of air quality.
    (b) Regulations for preventing significant deterioration of air 
quality. The provisions of Sec. 52.21 (b) through (w) are hereby 
incorporated and made a part of the applicable state plan for the State 
of Michigan.
    (c) All applications and other information required pursuant to 
Sec. 52.21 from sources located in the State of Michigan shall be 
submitted to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Air Quality 
Division, P.O. Box 30028, Lansing, Michigan 48909.
[45 FR 8299, Feb. 7, 1980; 45 FR 52741, Aug. 7, 1980]



Sec. 52.1181  Interstate pollution.

    (a) The requirements of Section 126(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act as 
amended in 1977 are not met since the state has not submitted to EPA, as 
a part of its State Implementation Plan, the procedures on which the 
state is relying to notify nearby states of any proposed major 
stationary source which may contribute significantly to levels of air 
pollution in excess of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards in 
that state.
[46 FR 30084, June 5, 1981]



Sec. 52.1182  State boards.

    (a) The requirements of Section 128 of the Clean Air Act as amended 
in 1977 are not met since the state has not submitted to EPA, as a part 
of its State Implementation Plan, the measures on which the state is 
relying to insure that the Air Pollution Control Commission contains a 
majority of members who represent the public interest and do not derive 
a significant portion of their income from persons subject to permits or 
enforcement orders under the Act and that the board members adequately 
disclose any potential conflicts of interest.
[46 FR 30084, June 5, 1981]



Sec. 52.1183  Visibility protection.

    (a) The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not 
met, because the plan does not include approvable procedures for 
protection of visibility in mandatory Class I Federal areas.
    (b) Regulation for visibility monitoring and new source review. The 
provisions of Secs. 52.26 and 52.28 are hereby incorporated and made a 
part of the applicable plan for the State of Michigan.
    (c) Long-term strategy. The provisions of Sec. 52.29 are hereby 
incorporated and made part of the applicable plan for the State of 
Michigan.
[50 FR 28553, July 12, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 45137, Nov. 24, 1987]



Sec. 52.1184  Small business stationary source technical and environmental compliance assistance program.

    The Michigan program submitted on November 13, 1992, January 8, 
1993, and November 12, 1993, as a requested revision to the Michigan 
State Implementation Plan satisfies the requirements of section 507 of 
the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
[59 FR 28788, June 3, 1994]



Sec. 52.1185  Control strategy: Carbon monoxide.

    (a) Approval--On November 24, 1994, the Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources submitted a revision to the carbon monoxide State 
Implementation Plan. The submittal pertained to a plan for the 
implementation and enforcement of the Federal transportation conformity 
requirements at the State or local level in accordance with 40 CFR part 
51, subpart T--Conformity to State or Federal Implementation Plans of 
Transportation Plans, Programs, and Projects Developed, Funded or 
Approved Under Title 23 U.S.C. or the Federal Transit Act.
    (b) Approval--On November 29, 1994, the Michigan Department of 
Natural Resources submitted a revision to the

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carbon monoxide State Implementation Plan for general conformity rules. 
The general conformity SIP revisions enable the State of Michigan to 
implement and enforce the Federal general conformity requirements in the 
nonattainment or maintenance areas at the State or local level in 
accordance with 40 CFR part 93, subpart B--Determining Conformity of 
General Federal Actions to State or Federal Implementation Plans.
[61 FR 66609, 66611, Dec. 18, 1996]



                          Subpart Y--Minnesota



Sec. 52.1219  Identification of plan--conditional approval.

    (a) On November 12, 1993, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 
submitted a revision request to Minnesota's carbon monoxide SIP for 
approval of the State's basic inspection and maintenance (I/M) program. 
The basic I/M program requirements apply to sources in the State's 
moderate nonattainment areas for carbon monoxide and includes the 
following counties: Anoka, Carver, Dakota, Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and 
Washington Counties. The USEPA is conditionally approving Minnesota's 
basic I/M program provided that the State adopt specific enforceable 
measures as outlined in its July 5, 1994 letter from Charles W. 
Williams, Commissioner, Minnesota Air Pollution Control Agency.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Minnesota Rules relating to Motor Vehicle Emissions parts 
7023.1010 to 7023.1105, effective January 8, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter from the State of Minnesota to USEPA dated July 5, 1994.
    (b) On February 9, 1996, the State of Minnesota submitted a request 
to revise its particulate matter (PM) State Implementation Plan (SIP) 
for the Saint Paul area. This SIP submittal contains administrative 
orders which include control measures for three companies located in the 
Red Rock Road area--St. Paul Terminals, Inc., Lafarge Corporation and 
AMG Resources Corporation. Recent exceedances were attributed to changes 
of emissions/operations that had occurred at particular sources in the 
area. The results from the modeling analysis submitted with the Red Rock 
Road SIP revision, preliminarily demonstrate protection of the PM 
National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS). However, due to the lack 
of emission limits and specific information regarding emission 
distribution at Lafarge Corporation following the installation of the 
pneumatic unloader, EPA is conditionally approving the SIP revision at 
this time. Final approval will be conditioned upon EPA receiving a 
subsequent modeled attainment demonstration with specific emission 
limits for Lafarge Corporation, corrected inputs for Peavey/Con-Agra, 
and consideration of the sources in the 2-4 km range which have 
experienced emission changes that may impact the Red Rock Road 
attainment demonstration.
[59 FR 51863, Oct. 13, 1994, as amended at 62 FR 39123, July 22, 1997]



Sec. 52.1220  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plan: ``Implementation Plan to Achieve National Ambient 
Air Quality Standards.''
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 28, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) A revised copy of the State emergency episode criteria was 
forwarded on February 7, 1972. (Non-regulatory)
    (2) Information concerning intergovernmental cooperation was 
submitted by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency on March 27, 1972.
    (3) Certification that the State had adopted amendments to APC-1, 3, 
4, 11, and 15, adopted a new air pollution control regulation (APC-16) 
and projected manpower resources was submitted by the State on April 28, 
1972.
    (4) An opinion on the availability of emission data to the public 
and evaluation of regulation concerning new construction was submitted 
by the State Attorney General's office on June 15, 1972. (Non-
regulatory)
    (5) A revised version of the State's regulation APC-3 was submitted 
by the Governor on July 25, 1972.
    (6) On June 8, 1973, the Governor of Minnesota submitted a 
transportation control plan for the Minneapolis-St. Paul Intrastate Air 
Quality Control Region.

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    (7) Information concerning the transportation control plan was 
submitted on June 18, 1973, by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
    (8) Compliance schedules were submitted on June 28, 1973, by the 
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
    (9) Information concerning the transportation control plan was 
submitted on July 30, 1973, by the Metropolitan Transit Commission.
    (10) Information concerning the transportation control plan was 
submitted on August 1, 1973, by the Minnesota Department of Highways.
    (11) Compliance schedules were submitted on August 9, 1973, by the 
Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
    (12) On November 15, 1974, the Governor of Minnesota submitted 
recommended Air Quality Maintenance Area identifications.
    (13) A request for an extension of the statutory timetable for the 
submittal of the portion of the Minnesota State Implementation Plan 
implementing the National Secondary Ambient Air Quality Standards for 
total suspended particulates was submitted by the Executive Director of 
the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency on January 8, 1979, and was 
supplemented with additional information on March 9, 1979.
    (14) A transportation control plan for the St. Cloud Metropolitan 
Area was submitted on May 17, 1979, by the Minnesota Pollution Control 
Agency.
    (15) Transportation control plans for the Metropolitan Areas of 
Duluth, Rochester and Minneapolis-St. Paul were submitted on July 3, 
1979, and July 23, 1979, by the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency.
    (16) On March 5, 1980, the State of Minnesota submitted a revision 
to provide for modification of the existing air quality surveillance 
network. An amendment to the revision was submitted by the State of 
Minnesota on June 2, 1980.
    (17) The sulfur dioxide control plan and revised operating permits 
for the Rochester and Twin Cities nonattainment areas were submitted by 
the State of Minnesota on July 17, 1980, and August 4, 1980. Amendments 
to the control plans were submitted on September 4, 1980. EPA's approval 
of the control plan includes approval of the emission limitations 
contained in the revised operating permits.
    (18) Stipulation Agreement between the State Pollution Control 
Agency and Erie Mining Company submitted by the State on February 20, 
1981.
    (19) On July 29, 1981, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 
submitted an amendment to the transportation control plan for the 
Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Area.
    (20) On August 4, 1980, and October 17, 1980, the State submitted 
its total suspended particulate Part D control plans for the Twin Cities 
Seven County Metropolitan Area and the City of Duluth. As part of the 
control strategies the State on January 5, 1981 submitted rule APC-33 
and on January 23, 1981 further submitted amended and new rules. The 
amended and new rules that control total suspended particulate (TSP) 
emissions are: Amended APC-2, APC-4, APC-5, APC-7, APC-11; and new APC-
18, APC-21, APC-22, APC-23, APC-24, APC-25, APC-26, APC-28, APC-29, and 
APC-32. Regulations APC-4, APC-24, and APC-32 are only approved as they 
apply to TSP emissions.
    (21) On January 23, 1981, the State submitted new rules and 
amendments to some of their previously approved rules. On November 17, 
1981, the State submitted amendments to APC-33. On May 6, 1982 (47 FR 
19520), EPA approved some of the rules insofar as they applied to the 
total suspended particulate strategy for the Twin Cities Seven County 
Metropolitan Area and the City of Duluth. The remainder of the rules 
are:
    (i) Those portions of APC-4, APC-24, and APC-32 which control 
emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen dioxide, and carbon monoxide; (ii) 
the amendments to APC-33; and (iii) APC-8, APC-12, APC-13, APC-15, APC-
16, APC-19 and APC-39.
    (22) On April 28, 1983, Minnesota submitted its Lead SIP. Additional 
information was submitted on February 15, 1984, and February 21, 1984.
    (23) On May 20, 1985, and on April 17, 1986, the State submitted a 
carbon monoxide plan for the intersection of Snelling and University 
Avenues in the City of St. Paul. The plan committed to improved signal 
progression through the intersection by December 31, 1987,

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and a parking ban on University Avenue within 1 block in either 
direction of the intersection with Snelling Avenue by December 31, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendment to Air Quality Control Plan for Transportation for the 
Metropolitan Council of the Twin Cities Area dated January 28, 1985.
    (B) Letter from Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, dated April 17, 
1986, and letter from the City of St. Paul, dated April 1, 1986, 
committing to implementing of transportation control measures.
    (24) On January 7, 1985, the State of Minnesota submitted a 
consolidated permit rule (CPR) to satisfy the requirements of 40 CFR 
51.160 through 51.164 for a general new source review (NSR) program, 
including lead. On October 25, 1985, the State submitted a Memorandum of 
Agreement (MOA) which remedied certain deficiencies (40 CFR 52.1225(d)). 
On October 1, 1986, and January 14, 1987, the State committed to 
implement its NSR program using USEPA's July 8, 1985 (50 FR 27892), 
regulations for implementing the stack height requirements of Section 
123 of the Clean Air Act (40 CFR 52.1225(e)). USEPA is approving the 
above for general NSR purposes for all sources, except it is 
disapproving them for those few sources subject to an NSPS requirement 
(40 CFR Part 60) and exempted from review under 6 MCAR section 4.4303 
B.3. For these sources, NSR Rule APC 3 (40 CFR 52.1220(c)(5)), will 
continue to apply. Additionally, USEPA is taking no action on the CPR in 
relationship to the requirements of Section 111, Part C, and Part D of 
the Clean Air Act.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Within Title 6 Environment, Minnesota Code of Administrative 
Rules, Part 4 Pollution Control Agency (6 MCAR 4), Rule 6 MCAR 4 section 
4.0002, Parts A, B, C, and E--Definitions, Abbreviations, Applicability 
of Standards, and Circumvention (formerly APC 2) Proposed and Published 
in Volume 8 of the State of Minnesota STATE REGISTER (8 S.R.) on October 
17, 1983, at 8 S.R. 682 and adopted as modified on April 16, 1984, at 8 
S.R. 2275.
    (B) Rules 6 MCAR section 4.4001 through section 4.4021--Permits 
(formerly APC 3)--Proposed and Published on December 19, 1983, at 8 S.R. 
1419 (text of rule starting at 8 S.R. 1420) and adopted as modified on 
April 16, 1984, at 8 S.R. 2278.
    (C) Rules 6 MCAR section 4.4301 through section 4.4305--Air Emission 
Facility Permits--Proposed and Published on December 19, 1983, at 8 S.R. 
1419 (text of rule starting at 8 S.R. 1470) and adopted as proposed on 
April 16, 1984, at 8 S.R. 2276.
    (D) Rules 6 MCAR section 4.4311 through section 4.4321--Indirect 
Source Permits (formerly APC 19)--Proposed and Published on December 19, 
1983, at 8 S.R. 1419 (text of rule starting at 8 S.R. 1472) and adopted 
as modified on April 16, 1984, at 8 S.R. 2277.
    (25) On July 9, 1986, the State of Minnesota submitted Rules 
7005.2520 through 7005.2523, submitted to replace the rule APC-29 in the 
existing SIP (see paragraph (20)). This submittal also included State 
permits for three sources, but these permits were withdrawn from USEPA 
consideration on February 24, 1992. This submittal provides for 
regulation of particulate matter from grain handling facilities, and was 
submitted to satisfy a condition on the approval of Minnesota's Part D 
plan for particulate matter.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Minnesota Rule 7005.2520, Definitions; Rule 7005.2521, Standards 
of Performance for Dry Bulk Agricultural Commodity Facilities; Rule 
7005.2522, Nuisance; and Rule 7005.2523, Control Requirements Schedule, 
promulgated by Minnesota on January 16, 1984, and effective at the State 
level on January 23, 1984.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Appendix E to Minnesota's July 9, 1986, submittal, which is a 
statement signed on April 18, 1986, by Thomas J. Kalitowski, Executive 
Director, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, interpreting Rules 
7005.2520 through 7005.2523 in the context of actual barge loading 
practices in Minnesota.
    (26) On March 13, 1989, the State of Minnesota requested that EPA 
revise the referencing of regulations in the SIP to conform to the 
State's recodification of its regulations. On November

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26, 1991, and September 18, 1992, the State submitted an official 
version of the recodified regulations to be incorporated into the SIP. 
The recodified regulations are in Chapter 7001 and Chapter 7005 of 
Minnesota's regulations. Not approved as part of the SIP are recodified 
versions of regulations which EPA previously did not approve. Therefore, 
the SIP does not include Rules 7005.1550 through 7005.1610 (National 
Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) for asbestos), 
Rules 7005.2300 through 7005.2330 (limits for iron and steel plants), 
Rules 7005.2550 through 7005.2590 (NESHAP for beryllium), Rules 
7005.2650 through 7005.2690 (NESHAP for mercury), Rule 7005.0116 
(Opacity Standard Adjustment) and Rule 7005.2910 (Performance Test 
Methods for coal handling facilities). Similarly, the SIP continues to 
exclude the exemption now in Rule 7001.1210 as applied to small sources 
subject to new source performance standards, and the SIP is approved 
only for ``existing sources'' in the case of Rules 7005.1250 through 
7005.1280 (Standards of Performance for Liquid Petroleum Storage 
Vessels), Rules 7005.1350 through 7005.1410 (Standards of Performance 
for Sulfuric Acid Plants), Rules 7005.1450 through 7005.1500 (Standards 
of Performance for Nitric Acid Plants), and Rules 7005.2100 through 
7005.2160 (Standards of Performance for Petroleum Refineries). The SIP 
also does not include changes in the State's Rule 7005.0100 (relating to 
offsets) that were withdrawn by the State on February 24, 1992, and does 
not include the new rules 7005.0030 and 7005.0040.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Minnesota regulations in Chapter 7005 as submitted November 26, 
1991, and in Chapter 7001 as submitted September 18, 1992, except for 
those regulations that EPA has not approved as identified above.
    (27) On August 16, 1982, the MPCA submitted an amendment to the St. 
Cloud Area Air Quality Control Plan for Transportation as a State 
Implementation Plan revision. This revision to the SIP was adopted by 
the Board of the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency on July 27, 1982. On 
August 31, 1989, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency submitted a 
revision to the Minnesota State Implementation Plan (SIP) for carbon 
monoxide deleting the Lake George Interchange roadway improvement 
project (10th Avenue at First Street South) from its St. Cloud 
transportation control measures. This revision to the SIP was approved 
by the Board on June 27, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated August 16, 1982, from Louis J. Breimburst, 
Executive Director, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to Valdas V. 
Adamkus, Regional Administrator, United States Environmental Protection 
Agency--Region 5 and its enclosed amendment to the Air Quality Plan for 
Transportation for the St. Cloud Metropolitan Area entitled, ``Staff 
Resolution,'' measures 1, 4 and 5 adopted by the Minnesota Pollution 
Control Agency on July 27, 1982.
    (B) Letter dated August 31, 1989, from Gerald L. Willet, 
Commissioner, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to Valdas V. Adamkus, 
Regional Administrator, United States Environmental Protection Agency--
Region 5.
    (28) On November 9, 1992, the State of Minnesota submitted the Small 
Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance 
Assistance plan. This submittal satisfies the requirements of section 
507 of the Clean Air Act, as amended.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Minnesota Laws Chapter 546, sections 5 through 9 enacted by the 
Legislature, and signed into Law on April 29, 1992.
    (29) On November 26, 1991, August 31, 1992, November 13, 1992, 
February 3, 1993, April 30, 1993, and October 15, 1993, the State of 
Minnesota submitted revisions to its State Implementation Plans (SIPs) 
for particulate matter for the Saint Paul and Rochester areas.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) An administrative order for Ashbach Construction Company, dated 
August 25, 1992, submitted August 31, 1992, for the facility at 
University Avenue and Omstead Street.
    (B) An administrative order for Commercial Asphalt, Inc., dated 
August 25, 1992, submitted August 31, 1992, for the facility at Red Rock 
Road.

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    (C) An administrative order for Great Lakes Coal & Dock Company 
dated August 25, 1992, submitted August 31, 1992, for the facility at 
1031 Childs Road.
    (D) An administrative order for Harvest States Cooperatives dated 
January 26, 1993, submitted February 3, 1993, for the facility at 935 
Childs Road.
    (E) An administrative order for LaFarge Corporation dated November 
30, 1992, submitted in a letter dated November 13, 1992, for the 
facility at 2145 Childs Road.
    (F) An administrative order for the Metropolitan Waste Control 
Commission and the Metropolitan Council dated November 30, 1992, 
submitted in a letter dated November 13, 1992, for the facility at 2400 
Childs Road.
    (G) An administrative order for North Star Steel Company dated April 
22, 1993, submitted April 30, 1993, for the facility at 1678 Red Rock 
Road.
    (H) An administrative order for PM Ag Products, Inc., dated August 
25, 1992, submitted August 31, 1992, for the facility at 2225 Childs 
Road.
    (I) An administrative order for Rochester Public Utilities dated 
November 30, 1992, submitted in a letter dated November 13, 1992, for 
the facility at 425 Silver Lake Drive.
    (J) An amendment to the administrative order for Rochester Public 
Utilities, dated October 14, 1993, submitted October 15, 1993, for the 
facility at 425 Silver Lake Drive.
    (K) An administrative order for J.L. Shiely Company dated August 25, 
1992, submitted August 31, 1992, for the facility at 1177 Childs Road.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated November 
26, 1991, with attachments.
    (B) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated August 
31, 1992, with attachments.
    (C) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated November 
13, 1992, with attachments.
    (D) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated February 
3, 1993, with attachments.
    (E) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated April 30, 
1993, with attachments.
    (F) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated October 
15, 1993, with attachments.
    (30) On June 4, 1992, March 30, 1993, and July 15, 1993, the State 
of Minnesota submitted revisions to its State Implementation Plans 
(SIPs) for sulfur dioxide for Air Quality Control Region (AQCR) 131 
(excluding the Dakota County Pine Bend area and an area around Ashland 
Refinery in St. Paul Park).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) An administrative order, received on June 4, 1992, for FMC 
Corporation and U.S. Navy, located in Fridley, Anoka County, Minnesota. 
The administrative order became effective on May 27, 1992. Amendment 
One, which was received on March 30, 1993, became effective on March 5, 
1993. Amendment Two, which was received on July 15, 1993, became 
effective on June 30, 1993.
    (B) An administrative order, received on June 4, 1992, for Federal 
Hoffman, Incorporated, located in Anoka, Anoka County, Minnesota. The 
administrative order became effective on May 27, 1992. Amendment one, 
received on July 15, 1993, became effective on June 30, 1993.
    (C) An administrative order, received on June 4, 1992, for GAF 
Building Materials Corporation (Asphalt Roofing Products Manufacturing 
Facility) located at 50 Lowry Avenue, Minneapolis, Hennepin County, 
Minnesota. The administrative order became effective on May 27, 1992. 
Amendment One, received on July 15, 1993, became effective on June 30, 
1993.
    (D) An administrative order, received on June 4, 1992, for Northern 
States Power Company-Riverside Generating Plant, located in Minneapolis, 
Hennepin County, Minnesota. The administrative order became effective on 
May 27, 1992. Amendment One, received on July 15, 1993, became effective 
on June 30, 1993.
    (E) An administrative order for Minneapolis Energy Center, received 
on July 15, 1993, Inc.'s Main Plant, Baker Boiler Plant, and the Soo 
Line Boiler Plant all located in Minneapolis, Hennepin County, 
Minnesota. The administrative order became effective on June 30, 1993.
    (ii) Additional material.

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    (A) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated May 29, 
1992, with enclosures providing technical support (e.g., computer 
modeling) for the revisions to the administrative orders for five 
facilities.
    (B) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated March 26, 
1993, with enclosures providing technical support for an amendment to 
the administrative order for FMC Corporation and U.S. Navy.
    (C) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated July 12, 
1993, with enclosures providing technical support for amendments to 
administrative orders for four facilities and a reissuance of the 
administrative order to Minneapolis Energy Center, Inc.
    (31) In a letter dated October 30, 1992, the MPCA submitted a 
revision to the Carbon Monoxide State Implementation Plan for Duluth, 
Minnesota. This revision contains a maintenance plan that the area will 
use to maintain the CO NAAQS. The maintenance plan contains park and 
ride lots and an oxygenated fuels program as the contingency measure.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated October 30, 1992, from Charles Williams, 
Commissioner, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to Valdas Adamkus, 
Regional Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5 
and its enclosures entitled Appendix E.
    (ii) Additional information.
    (A) Letter dated November 10, 1992, from Charles Williams, 
Commissioner, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to Valdas Adamkus, 
Regional Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5.
    (B) Letter dated December 22, 1993, from Charles Williams, 
Commissioner, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to Valdas Adamkus, 
Regional Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5.
    (32) In a letter dated October 30, 1992, the MPCA submitted a 
revision to the Carbon Monoxide State Implementation Plan for Duluth, 
Minnesota. This revision removes a transportation control measure (TCM) 
from the State Implementation Plan. The TCM is an increased turning 
radius at 14th Avenue and 3rd Street East.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated October 30, 1992, from Charles Williams, 
Commissioner, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to Valdas Adamkus, 
Regional Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5 
and its enclosure entitled Appendix D.
    (ii) Additional information.
    (A) Letter dated November 10, 1992, from Charles Williams, 
Commissioner, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency to Valdas Adamkus, 
Regional Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5.
    (33) On August 5, 1992, and August 26, 1993, the State of Minnesota 
submitted its ``Offset Rules'' as revisions to its State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) for new source review in nonattainment areas.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Rules 7005.3020, 7005.3030, and 7005.3040, with amendments 
effective August 24, 1992.
    (B) Amendments to Rule 7005.3040, effective June 28, 1993.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated August 5, 
1992, with attachments.
    (B) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated August 
26, 1993, with attachments.
    (34) On November 9, 1992, the State of Minnesota submitted the 
Oxygenated Gasoline Program. This submittal satisfies the requirements 
of section 211(m) of the Clean Air Act, as amended.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Minnesota Laws Chapter 2509, sections 1 through 31, except for 
sections 29 (b) and (c), enacted by the Legislature and signed into Law 
on April 29, 1992.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter dated August 12, 1994, from the Minnesota Pollution 
Control Agency (MPCA), to the United States Environmental Protection 
Agency that withdraws the MPCA Board resolution dated October 27, 1992, 
and any reference to it, from the oxygenated gasoline State 
Implementation Plan revision request of 1992.
    (35) On July 29, 1992, February 11, 1993, and February 25, 1994, the 
State of Minnesota submitted revisions to its

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State Implementation Plans (SIPs) for sulfur dioxide for Dakota County 
Pine Bend area of Air Quality Control Region (AQCR) 131.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) For Continental Nitrogen and Resources Corporation, located in 
Rosemount, Dakota County, Minnesota:
    (1) An administrative order, dated and effective July 28, 1992, 
submitted July 29, 1992.
    (2) Amendment One to the administrative order, dated and effective 
February 25, 1994, submitted February 25, 1994.
    (B) For Northern States Power Company, Inver Hills Generating 
Facility, located in Dakota County, Minnesota:
    (1) An administrative order, dated and effective July 28, 1992, 
submitted July 29, 1992.
    (2) Amendment one to the administrative order, dated and effective 
February 25, 1994, submitted February 25, 1994.
    (C) For Koch Refining Company and Koch Sulfuric Acid Unit, located 
in the Pine Bend area of Rosemount, Dakota County, Minnesota:
    (1) An administrative order, identified as Amendment One to Findings 
and Order by Stipulation, dated and effective March 24, 1992, submitted 
July 29, 1992.
    (2) Amendment two to the administrative order, dated and effective 
January 22, 1993, submitted February 11, 1993.
    (3) Amendment three to the administrative order, dated and effective 
February 25, 1994, submitted February 25, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated July 29, 
1992, with enclosures providing technical support (e.g., computer 
modeling) for the revisions to the administrative orders for three 
facilities.
    (B) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated February 
11, 1993, submitting Amendment Two to the administrative order for Koch 
Refining Company.
    (C) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated February 
25, 1994, with enclosures providing technical support for amendments to 
administrative orders for three facilities.
    (36) On June 22, 1993, and September 13, 1994, the State of 
Minnesota submitted revisions to its State Implementation Plan for lead 
for a portion of Dakota County.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) For Gopher Smelting and Refining Company, located in the city of 
Eagan, Dakota County, Minnesota:
    (1) An administrative order, dated, submitted, and effective June 
22, 1993.
    (2) Amendment One to the administrative order, dated, submitted, and 
effective, September 13, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) A letter from Charles W. Williams to Valdas V. Adamkus, dated 
June 22, 1993, with enclosures providing technical support (e.g., 
computer modeling) for the revisions to the State Implementation Plan 
for lead.
    (B) A letter from Charles W. Williams to Valdas V. Adamkus, dated 
September 13, 1994, with enclosures providing technical support for the 
revised administrative order for Gopher Smelting and Refining Company.
    (37) On March 9, 1994, the State of Minnesota submitted a revision 
to its particulate matter plan for the Saint Paul area, providing 
substitute limits for an aggregate heater at the J.L. Shiely facility.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) An amendment dated January 12, 1994, amending the administrative 
order of August 25, 1992, for the J.L. Shiely facility at 1177 Childs 
Road, Saint Paul.


    Editorial Note: At 60 FR 21451, May 2, 1995 the following paragraph 
(c)(37) was added to Sec. 52.1220.


    (37) On November 23, 1993, the State of Minnesota submitted updated 
air permitting rules.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Rules 7007.0050 through 7007.1850, effective August 10, 1993.
    (B) Rules 7001.0020, 7001.0050, 7001.0140, 7001.0180, 7001.0550, 
7001.3050, 7002.0005, 7002.0015, and 7005.0100, effective August 10, 
1993.
    (38) On December 22, 1992 and September 30, 1994, the State of 
Minnesota

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submitted revisions to its State Implementation Plans (SIPs) for sulfur 
dioxide for the St. Paul Park area of Air Quality Control Region (AQCR) 
131.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) For Ashland Petroleum Company, located in St. Paul Park, 
Minnesota:
    (1) An administrative order, dated and effective December 15, 1992, 
submitted December 22, 1992.
    (2) Amendment One to the administrative order, dated and effective 
September 30, 1994, submitted September 30, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated December 
22, 1992, with enclosures providing technical support (e.g., computer 
modeling) for the revision to the administrative order for Ashland 
Petroleum Company.
    (B) A letter from Charles Williams to Valdas Adamkus dated September 
30, 1994, with enclosures, submitting Amendment One to the 
administrative order for Ashland Petroleum Company.
    (39)  [Reserved]
    (40) On November 23, 1993, the State of Minnesota requested 
recodification of the regulations in its State Implementation Plan, 
requested removal of various regulations, and submitted recodified 
regulations containing minor revisions.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Minnesota regulations in Chapters 7005, 7007, 7009, 7011, 7017, 
7019, and 7023, effective October 18, 1993.
    (B) Submitted portions of Minnesota Statutes Sections 17.135, 88.01, 
88.02, 88.03, 88.16, 88.17, and 88.171, effective 1993.
    (41) On December 22, 1994, Minnesota submitted miscellaneous 
amendments to 11 previously approved administrative orders. In addition, 
the previously approved administrative order for PM Ag Products (dated 
August 25, 1992) is revoked.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments, all effective December 21, 1994, to administrative 
orders approved in paragraph (c)(29) of this section for: Ashbach 
Construction Company; Commercial Asphalt, Inc.; Great Lakes Coal & Dock 
Company; Harvest States Cooperatives; LaFarge Corporation; Metropolitan 
Council; North Star Steel Company; Rochester Public Utilities; and J.L. 
Shiely Company.
    (B) Amendments, effective December 21, 1994, to the administrative 
order approved in paragraph (c)(30) of this section for United Defense, 
LP (formerly FMC/U.S. Navy).
    (C) Amendments, effective December 21, 1994, to the administrative 
order approved in paragraph (c)(35) of this section for Northern States 
Power-Inver Hills Station.
    (42) On September 7, 1994, the State of Minnesota submitted a 
revision to its State Implementation Plan (SIP) for particulate matter 
for the Rochester area of Olmsted County, Minnesota.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendment Two to the administrative order for the Silver Lake 
Plant of Rochester Public Utilities, located in Rochester, Minnesota, 
dated and effective August 31, 1994, submitted September 7, 1994.
    (43) On November 12, 1993, the State of Minnesota submitted a 
contingency plan to control the emissions of carbon monoxide from mobile 
sources by use of oxygenated gasoline on a year-round basis. The 
submittal of this program satisfies the provisions under section 
172(c)(9) and 172(b) of the Clean Air Act as amended.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Laws of Minnesota for 1992, Chapter 575, section 29(b), enacted 
by the legislature and signed into law on April 29, 1992.
    (44) This revision provides for data which have been collected under 
the enhanced monitoring and operating permit programs to be used for 
compliance certifications and enforcement actions.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Minnesota Rules, sections 7007.0800 Subpart 6.C(5), 7017.0100 
Subparts 1 and 2, both effective February 28, 1995.
    (45) On December 15, 1995, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency 
submitted a revision to the State Implementation Plan for the general 
conformity rules. The general conformity SIP revisions enable the State 
of Minnesota to implement and enforce the

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Federal general conformity requirements in the nonattainment or 
maintenance areas at the State or local level in accordance with 40 CFR 
part 93, subpart B--Determining Conformity of General Federal Actions to 
State or Federal Implementation Plans.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Minnesota rules Part 7009.9000, as created and published in the 
(Minnesota) Register, November 13, 1995, number 477, effective November 
20, 1995.
[37 FR 10874, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1220, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.



Sec. 52.1221  Classification of regions.

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

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                                                                               Pollutant
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
              Air quality control region                                                           Photochemical
                                                       Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon      oxidants
                                                          matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide  (hydrocarbons)
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Central Minnesota Intrastate.........................          II        III       III       III           III
Southeast Minnesota-La Crosse (Wisconsin) Interstate.          II         Ia       III       III           III
Duluth (Minnesota)-Superior (Wisconsin) Interstate...           I         II       III       III           III
Metropolitan Fargo-Moorhead Interstate...............          II        III       III       III           III
Minneapolis-St. Paul Intrastate......................           I          I       III         I           III
Northwest Minnesota Intrastate.......................          II        III       III       III           III
Southwest Minnesota Intrastate.......................         III        III       III       III           III
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[37 FR 10874, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16346, May 8, 1974]



Sec. 52.1222  EPA-approved Minnesota State regulations.

    The following table identifies the State regulations submitted to 
and approved by EPA as revisions to the Minnesota State Implementation 
Plan (SIP). This table is for informational purposes only and does not 
have any independent regulatory effect. This table also does not include 
administrative orders that have been approved into the SIP. To determine 
regulatory requirements for a specific situation consult the plan 
identified in Sec. 52.1220. To the extent that this table conflicts with 
Sec. 52.1220, Sec. 52.1220 governs.

                                    Table 52.1222.--EPA Approved Regulations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  Minnesota rule                       Effective      Relevant para.s in Sec.
       Rule description              numbers        Contents of SIP       date              52.1220 \1\
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Definitions and Abbreviations.  7005.0100-.0110..  Full rules except     10/18/93  b,c20,c40.
                                                    def'n of NESHAP.
Air Emission Permits..........  7007.0050-.1850..  Full rules.......      8/10/93  b,c3,c5, c24,c26,c39.
Offsets.......................  7007.4000-.4030..  Full rules.......     10/18/93  c33.
Ambient Air Quality Standards.  7009.0010-.0080..  All except            10/18/93  b,c3,c26.
                                                    7009.0030 and
                                                    7009.0040.
Air Pollution Episodes........  7009.1000-.1110..  Full rules.......     10/18/93  c1,c21.
Applicability.................  7011.0010, .0020.  Full rules.......     10/18/93  b,c20
Opacity.......................  7011.0100-.0120..  All except            10/18/93  b,c3,c20.
                                                    7011.0120.
Fugitive Particulate..........  7011.0150........  Full rules.......     10/18/93  b.
Indirect Heating Equipment....  7011.0500-.0550..  Full rules.......     10/18/93  b,c3,c20,c21
Direct Heating Equipment......  7011.0600-.0620..  Full rules.......     10/18/93  c20,c21.
Industrial Process Equipment..  7011.0700-.0735..  Full rules.......     10/18/93  b,c20
Portland Cement Plants........  7011.0800-.0825..  All except            10/18/93  c20,c40.
                                                    7011.0810.
Asphalt Concrete Plants.......  7011.0900-.0920..  All except            10/18/93  c20,c40.
                                                    7011.0910.
Grain Elevators...............  7011.1000-.1015..  All except            10/18/93  c20,c25,c40.
                                                    7011.1005(2).
Coal Handling Facilities......  7011.1100-.1140..  All except            10/18/93  c21.
                                                    7011.1130.
Incinerators..................  7011.1201-.1207..  All rules for         10/18/93  b,c20,c40.
                                                    ``existing
                                                    sources'' \2\.

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Sewage Sludge Incinerators....  7011.1300-.1325..  All rules for         10/18/93  c20,c40
                                                    ``existing
                                                    sources''.
Petroleum Refineries..........  7011.1400-.1430..  All rules for         10/18/93  c20,c21.
                                                    ``existing
                                                    sources''.
Liquid Petroleum and VOC        7011.1500-.1515..  All rules for         10/18/93  b,c21.
 Storage Vessels.                                   ``existing
                                                    sources''.
Sulfuric Acid Plants..........  7011.1600-.1630..  All except            10/18/93  b,c3,c21,c40
                                                    7011.1610.
Nitric Acid Plants............  7011.1700-.1725..  All except            10/18/93  b,c3,c21,c40.
                                                    7011.1710.
Inorganic Fibrous Materials...  7011.2100-.2105..  All rules........     10/18/93  c20.
Stationary Internal Combustion  7011.2300........  Entire rule......     10/18/93  b,c21.
 Engine.
CEMS..........................  7017.1000........  Entire Rule......     10/18/93  c20.
Performance Tests.............  7017.2000........  Entire Rule......     10/18/93  c20.
Notifications.................  7019.1000........  Entire Rule......     10/18/93  c20.
Reports.......................  7019.2000........  Entire Rule......     10/18/93  c20.
Emission Inventory............  7019.3000, .3010.  All rules........     10/18/93  c20,c40.
Motor Vehicles................  7023.0100-.0120..  All rules........     10/18/93  b,c21.
Open Burning..................  Portions of        All submitted             1993  b,c21,c26, c40.
                                 Chapter 17 and     portions of
                                 88 of MN           Sections 17.135,
                                 Statutes.          88.01, 88.02,
                                                    88.03, 88.16,
                                                    88.17, and
                                                    88.171.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ Recodifications affect essentially all rules but are shown only for substantively revised rules.
\2\ ``Existing'' sources are sources other than those subject to a new source performance standard.

[60 FR 27413, May 24, 1995]



Sec. 52.1223  Approval status.

    With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Minnesota's plans for the attainment and maintenance of the 
national standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, 
the Administrator finds the plan satisfies all requirements of Part D, 
Title 1, of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1977, except as noted below.
[45 FR 40581, June 16, 1980]



Sec. 52.1224  General requirements.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.116(c) of this chapter are not met 
since the plan does not provide for public availability of emission 
data.
    (b) Regulation for public availability of emission data. (1) Any 
person who cannot obtain emission data from the Agency responsible for 
making emission data available to the public, as specified in the 
applicable plan, concerning emissions from any source subject to 
emission limitations which are part of the approved plan may request 
that the appropriate Regional Administrator obtain and make public such 
data. Within 30 days after receipt of any such written request, the 
Regional Administrator shall require the owner or operator of any such 
source to submit information within 30 days on the nature and amounts of 
emissions from such source and any other information as may be deemed 
necessary by the Regional Administrator to determine whether such source 
is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control 
measures that are part of the applicable plan.
    (2) Commencing after the initial notification by the Regional 
Administrator pursuant to paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the owner or 
operator of the source shall maintain records of the nature and amounts 
of emissions from such source and any other information as may be deemed 
necessary by the Regional Administrator to determine whether such source 
is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control 
measures that are part of the plan. The information recorded shall be 
summarized and reported to the Regional Administrator, on forms 
furnished by the Regional Administrator, and shall be submitted within 
45 days after the end of the reporting period. Reporting periods are 
January 1 to July 30 and July 1 to December 31.

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    (3) Information recorded by the owner or operator and copies of this 
summarizing report submitted to the Regional Administrator shall be 
retained by the owner or operator for 2 years after the date on which 
the pertinent report is submitted.
    (4) Emission data obtained from owners or operators of stationary 
sources will be correlated with applicable emission limitations and 
other control measures that are part of the applicable plan and will be 
available at the appropriate regional office and at other locations in 
the state designated by the Regional Administrator.
    (5) Authority of the Regional Administrator to make available 
information and data was delegated to the Minnesota Pollution Control 
Agency effective October 6, 1977.
[37 FR 10874, May 31, 1972, as amended at 40 FR 55330, Nov. 28, 1975; 43 
FR 10, Jan. 3, 1978; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1225  Review of new sources and modifications.

    (a) Part D--Approval. The State of Minnesota has satisfied the 
requirements of sections 173 and 189(a)(1)(A) for permitting of major 
new sources and modifications in nonattainment areas.
    (b)-(d) [Reserved]
    (e) The State of Minnesota has committed to conform to the Stack 
Height Regulations, as set forth in 40 CFR part 51. In a January 14, 
1987, letter to David Kee, USEPA, Thomas J. Kalitowski, Executive 
Director, Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, stated:

    Minnesota does not currently have a stack height rule, nor do we 
intend to adopt such a rule. Instead, we will conform with the Stack 
Height Regulations as set forth in the July 8, 1985, Federal Register in 
issuing permits for new or modified sources. In cases where that rule is 
not clear, we will contact USEPA Region V and conform to the current 
federal interpretation of the item in question.
[53 FR 17037, May 13, 1988, as amended at 59 FR 21941, Apr. 28, 1994; 60 
FR 21451, May 2, 1995]



Secs. 52.1226--52.1229  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1230  Control strategy and rules: Particulates.

    (a) Part D. (1) Approval. The State of Minnesota has satisfied the 
requirements of sections 189(a)(1)(B) and 189(a)(1)(C) and paragraphs 1, 
2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, and 9 of section 172(c) for the Saint Paul and 
Rochester areas. The Administrator has determined pursuant to section 
189(e) that secondary particulate matter formed from particulate matter 
precursors does not contribute significantly to exceedances of the 
NAAQS.
    (2) No action. USEPA takes no action on the alternative test method 
provision of Rule 7005.2910.
    (b) Approval--On May 31, 1988, the State of Minnesota submitted a 
committal SIP for particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter equal 
to or less than 10 micrometers (PM10) for Minnesota's Group 
II areas. The Group II areas of concern are in Minneapolis, Hennepin 
County; Duluth and Iron Range, St. Louis County; Iron Range, Itasca 
County; Two Harbors, Lake County; and St. Cloud, Stearns County. The 
committal SIP contains all the requirements identified in the July 1, 
1987, promulgation of the SIP requirements for PM10 at 52 FR 
24681.
[47 FR 19522, May 6, 1982, as amended at 47 FR 32118, July 26, 1982; 55 
FR 21022, May 22, 1990; 57 FR 46308, Oct. 8, 1992; 59 FR 7222, Feb. 15, 
1994]



Secs. 52.1231--52.1232  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1233  Operating permits.

    Emission limitations and related provisions which are established in 
Minnesota permits as federally enforceable conditions in accordance with 
Chapter 7007 rules shall be enforceable by USEPA. USEPA reserves the 
right to deem permit conditions not federally enforceable. Such a 
determination will be made according to appropriate procedures, and be 
based upon the permit, permit approval procedures or permit requirements 
which do not conform with the permit program requirements

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or the requirements of USEPA's underlying regulations.
[60 FR 21451, May 2, 1995]



Sec. 52.1234  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air 
Act are not met, since the plan does not include approvable procedures 
for preventing the significant deterioration of air quality.
    (b) Regulations for preventing significant deterioration of air 
quality. The provisions of Sec. 52.21(b) through (w) are hereby 
incorporated and made a part of the applicable state plan for the State 
of Minnesota.
    (c) All applications and other information required pursuant to 
Sec. 52.21 from sources located in the State of Minnesota shall be 
submitted to the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency, Division of Air 
Quality, 520 Lafayette Road, St. Paul, Minnesota 55155.
[45 FR 52741, Aug. 7, 1980, as amended at 53 FR 18985, May 26, 1988]



Sec. 52.1235  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1236  Visibility protection.

    (a) The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not 
met, because the plan does not include approvable procedures for 
protection of visibility in mandatory Class I Federal areas.
    (b) Regulation for visibility monitoring and new source review. The 
provisions of Secs. 52.26 and 52.28 are hereby incorporated and made a 
part of the applicable plan for the State of Minnesota.
    (c) Long-term strategy. The provisions of Sec. 52.29 are hereby 
incorporated and made part of the applicable plan for the State of 
Minnesota.
[50 FR 28553, July 12, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 45137, Nov. 24, 1987]



Sec. 52.1237  Control strategy: Carbon monoxide.

    (a) The base year carbon monoxide emission inventory requirement of 
section 187(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990, has been 
satisfied for the following areas: Duluth Metropolitan Area and 
Minneapolis-St. Paul Metropolitan Area.
    (b) Approval--The 1993 carbon monoxide periodic emission inventory 
requirement of section 187(a)(5) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 
1990, has been satisfied for the following areas: the counties of the 
Twin cities seven county Metropolitan area (Anoka, Carver, Dakota, 
Hennepin, Ramsey, Scott, and Washington), and Wright.
[59 FR 47807, Sept. 19, 1994, as amended at 62 FR 55172, Oct. 23, 1997]



                         Subpart Z--Mississippi



Sec. 52.1270  Identification of plan.

    (a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State 
implementation plan for Mississippi under section 110 of the Clean Air 
Act, 42 U.S.C. 7401-7671q and 40 CFR part 51 to meet national ambient 
air quality standards.
    (b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed in paragraphs 
(c) and (d) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to July 1, 
1997 was approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the 
Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. 
Material is incorporated as it exists on the date of the approval, and 
notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal 
Register. Entries in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with EPA 
approval dates after July 1, 1997, will be incorporated by reference in 
the next update to the SIP compilation.
    (2) EPA Region 4 certifies that the rules/regulations provided by 
EPA in the SIP compilation at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this 
section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated State 
rules/regulations which have been approved as part of the State 
implementation plan as of July 1, 1997.
    (3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be 
inspected at the Region 4 EPA Office at 61 Forsyth Street, SW., Atlanta, 
GA 30303; the Office of the Federal Register, 800 North Capitol Street, 
NW., suite 700, Washington, DC.; or at the EPA, Air and Radiation Docket 
and Information Center, Air Docket (6102), 401 M Street, SW., 
Washington, DC. 20460.
    (c) EPA approved regulations.

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                                      EPA-Approved Mississippi Regulations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                        State
       State citation             Title/subject       effective      EPA approval date           Comments
                                                         date
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
APC-S-1....................       Air Emission Regulations for the Prevention, Abatement, and Control of Air
                                                                 Contaminants
Section 1..................  General...............     01/09/94  02/12/96
                                                                  61 FR 5295............
Section 2..................  Definitions...........     01/09/94  02/12/96
                                                                  61 FR 5295............
Section 3..................  Specific Criteria for      09/21/96  07/15/97
                              Sources of                          62 FR 37726...........
                              Particulate Matter.
Section 4..................  Specific Criteria for      01/09/94  02/12/96
                              Sources of Sulfur                   61 FR 5295............
                              Compounds.
Section 5..................  Specific Criteria for      01/09/94  02/12/96
                              Sources of Chemical                 61 FR 5295............
                              Emissions.
Section 6..................  New Sources...........     01/09/94  02/12/96                Subsection 2 Other
                                                                  61 FR 5295............   Limitations and
                                                                                           Subsection 3 NSPS
                                                                                           have not been
                                                                                           Federally approved.
Section 7..................  Exceptions............     02/04/72  05/31/72
                                                                  37 FR 10875...........
Section 9..................  Stack Height               05/01/86  09/23/87
                              Considerations.                     51 FR 35704...........
Section 10.................  Provisions for Upsets,     01/09/94  02/12/96
                              Startups, and                       61 FR 5295............
                              Shutdowns.
Section 11.................  Severability..........     01/09/94  02/12/96
                                                                  61 FR 5295............
APC-S-2....................       Mississippi commission On Environmental Quality Permit Regulations for the
                                                Construction and/or Operation of Air Equipment
Section I..................  General Requirements..     01/09/94  05/02/95
                                                                  60 FR 21442...........
Section II.................  General Standards          01/09/94  05/02/95
                              Applicable to All                   60 FR 21442...........
                              Permits.
Section III................  Standards for Granting     01/09/94  05/02/95
                              a State Permit to                   60 FR 21442...........
                              Operate An Existing
                              Source.
Section IV.................  Application for Permit     01/09/94  05/02/95
                              to Construct and                    60 FR 21442...........
                              State Permit to
                              Operate New Facility.
Section V..................  Public Participation       01/09/94  05/02/95
                              and Public                          60 FR 21442...........
                              Availability of
                              Information.
Section VI.................  Application Review....     01/09/94  05/02/95
                                                                  60 FR 21442...........
Section VII................  Compliance Testing....     01/09/94  05/02/95
                                                                  60 FR 21442...........
Section VIII...............  Emissions Evaluation       01/09/94  05/02/95
                              Report.                             60 FR 21442...........
Section IX.................  Procedures for Renewal     01/09/94  05/02/95
                              of State Permit to                  60 FR 21442...........
                              Operate.
Section X..................  Standards for Renewal      01/09/94  05/02/95
                              of State Permit to                  60 FR 21442...........
                              Operate.
Section XI.................  Reporting and Record       01/09/94  05/02/95
                              Keeping.                            60 FR 21442...........

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Section XII................  Emission Reduction         01/09/94  05/02/95
                              Schedule.                           60 FR 21442...........
Section XIII...............  Exclusions, Variances,     01/09/94  05/02/95
                              and General Permits.                60 FR 21442...........
Section XIV................  Permit Transfer.......     01/09/94  05/02/95
                                                                  60 FR 21442...........
Section XV.................  Severability..........     01/09/94  05/02/95
                                                                  60 FR 21442...........
APC-S-3....................             Regulations for Prevention of Air Pollution Emergency Episodes
Section 1..................  General...............     02/04/72  05/31/72
                                                                  37 FR 10875...........
Section 2..................  Definitions...........     02/04/72  05/31/72
                                                                  37 FR 10875...........
Section 3..................  Episode Criteria......     06/03/88  11/13/89
                                                                  54 FR 47211...........
Section 4..................  Emission Control           02/04/72  05/31/72
                              Action Programs.                    37 FR 10875...........
Section 5..................  Emergency Orders......     06/03/88  11/13/89
                                                                  54 FR 47211...........
APC-S-5....................       Regulations for the Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality
All........................    ....................     09/21/96  07/15/97
                                                                  62 FR 37726...........

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    (d) EPA-approved State Source specific requirements.

                              EPA-Approved Mississippi Source-Specific Requirements
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                                                       State         EPA
            Name of source                Permit     effective     approval                Comments
                                          number        date         date
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None.
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    (e) [Reserved]
[62 FR 35442, July 1, 1997, as amended at 62 FR 37726, July 15, 1997; 62 
FR 40139, July 25, 1997]



Sec. 52.1271  Classification of regions.

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

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                                                                               Pollutant
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
              Air quality control region                                                           Photochemical
                                                       Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon      oxidants
                                                          matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide  (hydrocarbons)
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Mobile (Alabama)-Pensacola-Panama City (Florida)-
 Gulfport (Mississippi) Interstate...................           I          I       III       III             I
Metropolitan Memphis Interstate......................           I        III       III       III             I
Mississippi Delta Intrastate.........................         III        III       III       III           III
Northeast Mississippi Intrastate.....................          II        III       III       III           III
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[37 FR 10875, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16346, May 8, 1974]



Sec. 52.1272  Approval status.

    With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Mississippi's plan for the attainment and maintenance of 
national standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, 
the Administrator finds the plans satisfy all requirements or Part D, 
Title I, of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1977.
[45 FR 2032, Jan. 10, 1980]



Sec. 52.1273  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1275  Legal authority.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.230(d) of this chapter are not met 
since statutory authority to prevent construction, modification, or 
operation of a facility, building, structure, or installation, or 
combination thereof, which indirectly results or may result in emissions 
of any air pollutant at any location which will prevent the maintenance 
of a national air quality standard is not adequate.
    (b) The requirements of Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter are not met, 
since section 7106-117 of the Mississippi Code could, in some 
circumstances, prohibit the disclosure of emission data to the public. 
Therefore, section 7106-117 is disapproved.
[39 FR 7282, Feb. 25, 1974, as amended at 39 FR 34536, Sept. 26, 1974; 
51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1276  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1277  General requirements.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.116(c) of this chapter are not met, 
since the legal authority to provide public availability of emission 
data is inadequate.
    (b) Regulation for public availability of emission data. (1) Any 
person who cannot obtain emission data from the Agency responsible for 
making emission data available to the public, as specified in the 
applicable plan, concerning emissions from any source subject to 
emission limitations which are part of the approved plan may request 
that the appropriate Regional Administrator obtain and make public such 
data. Within 30 days after receipt of any such written request, the 
Regional Administrator shall require the owner or operator of any such 
source to submit information within 30 days on the

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nature and amounts of emissions from such source and any other 
information as may be deemed necessary by the Regional Administrator to 
determine whether such source is in compliance with applicable emission 
limitations or other control measures that are part of the applicable 
plan.
    (2) Commencing after the initial notification by the Regional 
Administrator pursuant to paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the owner or 
operator of the source shall maintain records of the nature and amounts 
of emissions from such source and any other information as may be deemed 
necessary by the Regional Administrator to determine whether such source 
is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control 
measures that are part of the plan. The information recorded shall be 
summarized and reported to the Regional Administrator, on forms 
furnished by the Regional Administrator, and shall be submitted within 
45 days after the end of the reporting period. Reporting periods are 
January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31.
    (3) Information recorded by the owner or operator and copies of this 
summarizing report submitted to the Regional Administrator shall be 
retained by the owner or operator for 2 years after the date on which 
the pertinent report is submitted.
    (4) Emission data obtained from owners or operators of stationary 
sources will be correlated with applicable emission limitations and 
other control measures that are part of the applicable plan and will be 
available at the appropriate regional office and at other locations in 
the state designated by the Regional Administrator.
[39 FR 34536, Sept. 26, 1974, as amended at 40 FR 55330, Nov. 28, 1975; 
51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1278  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.

    In a letter dated January 30, 1987, the Mississippi Department of 
Natural Resources certified that no emission limits in the State's plan 
are based on dispersion techniques not permitted by EPA's stack height 
rules. This certification does not apply to: Mississippi Power-Daniel; 
South Mississippi Electric Power, Hattiesburg-Morrow; E.I. Dupont, 
Delisle Boilers 1 & 2; and International Paper, Vicksburg.
[54 FR 25456, June 15, 1989]



Sec. 52.1279  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1280  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) All applications and other information required pursuant to 
Sec. 52.21 of this part from sources located or to be located in the 
State of Mississippi shall be submitted to the Bureau of Pollution 
Control, Department of Natural Resources, P.O. Box 10385, Jackson, 
Mississippi 39209.
[43 FR 26410, June 19, 1978, as amended at 45 FR 34272, May 22, 1980; 45 
FR 52741, Aug. 7, 1980; 55 FR 41692, Oct. 15, 1990]



Sec. 52.1281  Original identification of plan section.

    (a) This section identifies the original ``Air Implementation Plan 
for the State of Mississippi'' and all revisions submitted by 
Mississippi that were federally approved prior to July 1, 1997.
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on February 4, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) A change in the Opacity Regulation, section 2, Appendix C; 
addition of testing methods, section 8, Appendix C; addition of Permit 
System, Appendix G and deletion of SO2 regulation, section 4, 
Appendix C submitted on May 4, 1972, by the Mississippi Air and Water 
Pollution Control Commission.
    (2) Telegram concerning adoption of plan changes submitted on May 
15, 1972, by the Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission.
    (3) House Bill number 680 submitted on May 17, 1972, by the 
Governor.
    (4) Compliance schedule revisions submitted on March 6, 1973, by the 
Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission.
    (5) Compliance schedule revisions submitted on August 9, 1973, by 
the Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission.
    (6) AQMA identification material submitted on March 14, 1974, by the 
Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission.

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    (7) Compliance schedules submitted on January 20, 1975, by the 
Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission.
    (8) Revised regulations for the incineration of cotton ginning 
waste, submitted on August 30 and November 14, 1977, by the Mississippi 
Air and Water Pollution Control Commission.
    (9) Revised regulations for open burning, submitted on October 31, 
1977, by the Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission.
    (10) Revised permit regulations, submitted on March 16, 1978, by the 
Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission.
    (11) Implementation plan revisions for the Jones County, Mississippi 
total suspended particulate nonattainment area, submitted on March 13, 
1979, by the Mississippi Air and Water Pollution Control Commission.
    (12) Revised regulation APC S-1, section 4.2(b), for emissions of 
sulfur oxides from the incineration of gas streams containing hydrogen 
sulfide, submitted on July 3, 1978; and permits containing limits on 
sulfur oxide emissions from individual flares, submitted on September 
13, 1979, by the Mississippi Bureau of Pollution Control (see Federal 
Register of July 10, 1980).
    (13) Air Quality Surveillance Plan, submitted on June 1, 1982, by 
the Mississippi Department of Natural Resources.
    (14) Incorporation by reference of NSPS and NESHAPS (revised 
definition of ``person'', addition of paragraph 3 to section 6 of APC-S-
1, addition of section 8 to APC-S-1, and addition of subparagraph 2.6.3 
to APC-S-2), submitted on September 8, 1981, by the Mississippi Bureau 
of Pollution Control.
    (15) Revised SO2 limit for United Cement Company's 
Artesia kiln, and NSPS enabling regulation submitted on December 10, 
1982, and adoption of six categories of NSPS submitted on December 23, 
1982, by the Mississippi Bureau of Pollution Control.
    (16) Revision to ``Air Quality Regulations'' and amendment to 
``Permit Regulations for the Construction and/or Operation of Air 
Emission Equipment'' were submitted by the Mississippi Department of 
Natural Resources on May 11, 1984.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) May 11, 1984 letter from the 
Mississippi Department of Natural Resources to EPA amending Regulations 
APC-S-1 and APC-S-2.
    (B) A revision adopted on May 9, 1984, adds Paragraph 3 to 
Mississippi's ``Air Quality Regulations,'' APC-S-1, Section 1 
``General.''
    (C) A revision adopted on May 9, 1984, amends Mississippi's ``Permit 
Regulations for the Construction and/or Operation of Air Emission 
Equipment,'' APC-S-2, Paragraph 2.6.2.1.
    (ii) Other materials--none.
    (17) Implementation plan for lead, submitted on May 9, 1984, by the 
Mississippi Department of Natural Resources.
    (18) Part D and other new source review provisions were submitted by 
the Mississippi Department of Natural Resources on November 25, 1981.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated November 25, 1981 from Mississippi Department of 
Natural Resources, and Mississippi Regulation APC-S-2, section 2.4.8, 
``Additional Requirements for a Construction Permit for a New Facility 
Significantly Impacting an area in which a National Ambient Air Quality 
Standard is being Exceeded or will be Exceeded'', was adopted by the 
Mississippi Commission on Natural Resources on November 12, 1981. 
Subsection 2.4.8.1, 2.4.8.3, and 2.4.8.4 are incorporated by reference.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter to Jack Ravan from Charlie E. Blalock, dated November 25, 
1985, interpreting Mississippi regulations with respect to source 
coverage and stack heights.
    (19) Stack height regulations were submitted to EPA on April 1, 1986 
by the Mississippi Department of Natural Resources.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Mississippi Department of Natural Resources, Bureau of Pollution 
Control, Appendix C-5, Air Emission Regulations, Regulation APC-S-1, 
Section 9, which was adopted on March 26, 1986.

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    (B) Letter of April 1, 1986 from Mississippi Department of National 
Resources.
    (ii) Additional material--none.
    (20) PM10 revisions for the State of Mississippi which 
were submitted by the Mississippi Department of Natural Resources on 
July 26, 1988.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revised regulations which became State-effective on June 3, 
1988:
    1. Air Emission Regulations, APC-S-1, Section 2, (16)-(27).
    2. Permit Regulations . . ., APC-S-2, 2.4.8.1(a), (b), (e), (f) and 
2.4.8.3.
    3. Regulations for the Prevention of Air Pollution Emergency 
Episodes, APC-S-3, Section 3 and Section 5.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter of July 26, 1988, from the Mississippi Department of 
Natural Resources, submitting the Mississippi SIP revisions.
    Revised SIP narrative:
    (B) Section 1.15  Notification of Public Hearing for Plan Revision 
for PM10 Requirements
    (C) Section 3.6  Legal Authority for the PM10 Plan 
Revision
    (D) Section 5.5  Control Strategy for the Development of Emission 
Regulations for PM10
    (E) Section 6.9  Control Regulations for PM10 Revisions
    (F) Chapter 9.0  Air Monitoring
    (G) Section 14.1.4  Health Effects of the PM10 Plan 
Revisions
    (H) Section 14.3.4  Economic Effects of the PM10 Plan 
Revisions
    (I) Section 14.5.4  Social Effects of the PM10 Plan 
Revisions
    (J) Section 14.6.4  Air Quality Effects of the PM10 
Revisions
    (21) Revisions to APC-S-5 of the Mississippi Air Pollution Control 
Act which were submitted on July 16, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Regulation APC-S-5, Regulations 
for the Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, 
effective on July 29, 1990.
    (ii) Other material. (A) Letter of July 16, 1990, from the 
Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality.
    (22) Prevention of Significant Deterioration regulation revision to 
include Nitrogen Dioxide increments for the State of Mississippi which 
was submitted by the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality on 
June 14, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revision to Regulation APC-S-5, Paragraph 1, Regulations for the 
Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality, which became 
State effective on May 28, 1991.
    (ii) Other material.
    (A) Letter of June 14, 1991 from the Mississippi Department of 
Environmental Quality.
    (B) Letter of March 8, 1991, from the Mississippi Department of 
Environmental Quality regarding minimum program elements.
    (23) The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality has 
submitted revisions to chapter 15 of the Mississippi Statute on November 
19, 1992. These revision address the requirements of section 507 of 
title V of the CAA and establish the Small Business Stationary Source 
Technical and Environmental Assistance Program (PROGRAM).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Mississippi SIP chapter 15 effective December 19, 1992.
    (ii) Additional information.
    (A) January 20, 1994, letter of clarification regarding the 
appointment of the CAP.
    (24) The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality submitted 
revisions on June 14, 1991, to ``Permit Regulations for the construction 
and/or Operation of Air Emissions Equipment'' of Regulation APC-S092. 
These revisions incorporate ``moderate stationary sources'' into the 
existing regulations which are required in 40 CFR part 51, subpart I.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Mississippi Commission on Environmental Quality Permit 
Regulations for the Construction and/or Operation of Air Emissions 
Equipment, Regulation APC-S092, effective on May 28, 1991.
    (B) Letter of June 21, 1994, from the Mississippi Office of the 
Attorney General to the Environmental Protection Agency.
    (ii) Additional material. None.
    (25) Revisions to minor source operating permit rules submitted by 
the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality on January 26, 1994.

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    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulation APC-S-2, effective January 9, 1994.
    (ii) Other material. None.
    (26) The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality has 
submitted revision to Regulation APC-S-5. The purpose of this regulation 
is to adopt by reference Federal regulations for the prevention of 
significant deterioration of air quality as required by 40 CFR 51.166 
and 52.21.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulations of the prevention of significant deterioration of 
air quality--Regulation APC-S-5 effective January 9, 1994.
    (ii) Additional information--None.
    (27) Amendments to Regulation APC-S-1 ``Air Emission Regulations for 
the Prevention, Abatement, and Control of Air Contaminants'' to be 
consistent with federal regulations as specified in 40 CFR Part 257.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. Regulation APC-S-1 ``Air Emission 
Regulations for the Prevention, Abatement, and Control of Air 
Contaminants'' effective January 9, 1994, except SECTION 8. PROVISIONS 
FOR HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS.
    (ii) Additional material. None.
[37 FR 10875, May 31, 1972. Redesignated and amended at 62 FR 35442, 
July 1, 1997]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
redesignated Sec. 52.1281, formerly Sec. 52.1270, see the List of CFR 
Sections Affected in the Finding Aids section of this volume.



                          Subpart AA--Missouri



Sec. 52.1320  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plans:
    (1) ``State of Missouri, Kansas City and Out-State Air Quality 
Control Regions Implementation Plan.''
    (2) ``Implementation Plan for the Missouri Portion of the St. Louis 
Interstate Air Quality Control Region.''
    (b) The plans were officially submitted on January 24, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Budget and manpower projections were submitted by the State Air 
Conservation Commission (ACC) on February 28, 1972. (Non-regulatory)
    (2) A memorandum from the State Air Conservation Commission 
concerning the effects of adopting Appendix B to NO2 
emissions in the St. Louis area was submitted on March 27, 1972. (Non-
regulatory)
    (3) The determination of the CO air quality data base on the St. 
Louis area was submitted on May 2, 1972, by the Air Conservation 
Commission. (Non- regulatory)
    (4) The emergency episode operations/communications manual for the 
Kansas City area was submitted on May 11, 1972, by the State Air 
Conservation Commission. (Non-regulatory)
    (5) Amendments to the Air Conservation Law, Chapter 203, and plans 
for air monitoring for outstate Missouri were submitted July 12, 1972, 
by the Air Conservation Commission.
    (6) The following amendments to the St. Louis and Kansas City 
outstate plans were submitted August 8, 1972, by the State ACC: Air 
Conservation Law, Chapter 203; Kansas City Ordinance, Chapter 18; 
Regulations XVIII, XX, XXVI (St. Louis); Regulations X, XII, XVII 
(Kansas City) and Regulations S-11, S-X111 and S-X11 (outstate).
    (7) Letters discussing transportation control strategy for Kansas 
City Interstate AQCR submitted by the State ACC on May 11 and 21, 1973. 
(Non-regulatory)
    (8) Alert plan for St. Louis County and outstate Missouri was 
submitted on May 24, 1973, by the ACC. (Regulatory)
    (9) Copy of the State's analysis of ambient air quality in the 
Missouri portion of the Metropolitan Kansas City Interstate Air Quality 
Control Region and recommendation that the area not be designated as an 
Air Quality Maintenance Area submitted by the Missouri Air Conservation 
Commission on April 11, 1974. (Non-regulatory)
    (10) Copy of the State's analysis of the Missouri portion of the 
Metropolitan St. Louis Interstate Standard Metropolitan Statistical Area 
(SMSA), the Columbia SMSA and the Springfield SMSA and recommendations 
for the designation of Air Quality Maintenance Areas submitted by the 
Missouri Air Conservation Commission on May 6, 1974. (Non-regulatory)

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    (11) Compliance Schedules were submitted by the Missouri Air 
Conservation Commission on June 3 and October 1, 1976.
    (12) Compliance Schedules were submitted by the Missouri Air 
Conservation Commission on November 23, 1976.
    (13) On August 28, 1978, the following revisions were submitted by 
the Missouri Department of Natural Resources:
    (i) The recodification of Missouri regulations of July 1, 1976, now 
contained in Title 10, Division 10 of the Code of State Regulations.
    (ii) Title 10, Division 10, Chapter 6 of the Code of State 
Regulations which contains air quality standards, definitions, and 
reference methods.
    (iii) Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-2.200; Rule 10 CSR 10-3.150; and Rule 
10 CSR 10-4.190 pertaining to control of SO2 from indirect 
heating sources.
    (iv) Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-2.030; Rule 10 CSR 10-3.050; Rule 10 
CSR 10-4.030; and 10 CSR 10-5.050 exempting certain process sources from 
the process weight regulations for particulate matter.
    (v) Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-2.190; Rule 10 CSR 10-3.140; Rule 10 CSR 
10-4.180; and Rule 10 CSR 10-5.280 which contain the ``Standards of 
Performance for New Stationary Sources,'' found at 40 CFR part 60 as in 
effect on January 18, 1975.
    (vi) Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-2.060; Rule 10 CSR 10-3.080; Rule 10 
CSR 10-4.060; and Rule 10 CSR 10-5.090 which require continuous opacity 
monitors for certain sources.
    (vii) Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-5.140 for determining settlable acid 
and alkaline mists is rescinded.
    (viii) The EPA is taking no action on Rule 10 CSR 10-5.100; 10 CSR 
10-2.050, and 10 CSR 10-3.070 which limit fugitive particulate emissions 
from the handling, transporting and storage of materials in the State of 
Missouri.
    (14) On March 12, 1979, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted Rule 10 CSR 10-3.100 and Rule 10 CSR 10-5.150 establishing 
revised SO2 emission limits for primary lead smelters.
    (15) On March 1, 1979, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted a revision of regulation 10 CSR 10-5.110 revising the 
allowable emission rates of sulfur dioxide from Union Electric's Sioux 
and Labadie power plants.
    (16) On July 2, 1979, the State of Missouri submitted a plan to 
attain the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for the Kansas City 
and St. Louis areas of the state designated nonattainment under section 
107 of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977. Included in the plan are 
the following approved regulations as amended, in part, in subsequent 
submittals:
    (i) Rule 10 CSR 10-2.210 and 10 CSR 10-5.300 Control of Emissions 
from Solvent Metal Cleaning are approved as RACT;
    (ii) Rule 10 CSR 10-2.220 and 10 CSR 10-5.310 Liquified Cutback 
Asphalt Paving Restriated are approved as RACT;
    (iii) Rule 10 CSR 10-5.220 Control of Petroleum Liquid Storage, 
Loading and Transfer (St. Louis) is approved as RACT.
    (iv) Rule 10 CSR 10-2.260 Control of Petroleum Liquid Storage, 
Loading and Transfer (Kansas City) is approved as RACT;
    (v) Rule 10 CSR 10-5.030 Maximum Allowable Emission of Particulate 
Matter from Fuel Burning Equipment Used for Indirect Heating is approved 
as RACT;
    (vi) Rule 10 CSR 10-5.090 Restriction of Emission of Visible Air 
Contaminants is approved as RACT;
    (vii) Rule 10 CSR 10-5.290 More Restrictive Emission Limitations for 
Sulfur Dioxide and Particulate Matter in South St. Louis is approved as 
RACT;
    (viii) Rule 10 CSR 10-2.040 Maximum Allowable Emission of 
Particulate Matter from Fuel Burning Equipment Used for Indirect Heating 
is approved as RACT;
    (ix) Rule 10 CSR 10-2.240 Restriction of Emissions of Volatile 
Organic Compounds from Petroleum Refinery Sources is approved as RACT;
    (x) Rule 10 CSR 10-2.250 Control of Volatile Leaks from Petroleum 
Refinery Equipment is approved as RACT; and
    (xi) Rule 10 CSR 10-2.230 and 10 CSR 10-5.330 Control of Emissions 
from Industrial Surface Coating Operations is approved as RACT.

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    (17) On July 2, 1979, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted variances (compliance schedules) for Union Electric Company's 
Labadie power plant, River Cement Company, and Monsanto Company's Queeny 
plant. The compliance schedules require these sources to comply with 
revised Rule 10 CSR 10-5.090. In addition, the Labadie power plant is 
required to come into compliance with Rule 10 CSR 10-5.030.
    (18) On April 7, 1980 the State of Missouri submitted plan revisions 
for the review and permitting of sources of air pollutant emissions in 
nonattainment areas. Included in the plan are Missouri regulations 10 
CSR 10-6.020, Definitions, and 10 CFR 10-6.060, Permits Required, as 
amended, in part, in subsequent submittals, which are approved as 
meeting the requirements of sections 172(b)(6), 172(b)(11)(A) and 173.
    (19) On July 2, 1979, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted the variance for the University of Missouri power plant.
    (20) On March 11, 1977 the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted a variance for Noranda Aluminum.
    (21) On June 25, 1979 the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted a variance for Associated Electric Cooperative in New Madrid.
    (22) On April 25, 1979, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted the variance for the Union Electric Company's Meramec power 
plant.
    (23) Revisions to Rule 10 CSR 10-2.260 Control of Petroleum Liquid 
Storage, Loading and Transfer (Kansas City), submitted on September 5, 
1980, amending the vapor pressure limit in Section 2(A) and amending the 
limit on gasoline loading in Section 3(B)(1), are approved as RACT.
    (24) A schedule for an inspection and maintenance program in St. 
Louis and a commitment by the East-West Gateway Coordinating Council 
regarding difficult transportation control measures, submitted on 
September 9, 1980.
    (25) On September 5, 1980, the State of Missouri submitted new 
regulations and amendments to existing regulations to control emissions 
of volatile organic compounds in the St. Louis and Kansas City ozone 
nonattainment areas. Included in the plan revision are the following 
approved regulations as amended, in part, in subsequent submittals:
    (i) Amendments to Rule 10 CSR 10-2.230 and to Rule 10 CSR 10-5.330, 
Control of Emissions from Industrial Surface Coating Operations, are 
approved as RACT;
    (ii) Amendments to Rule 10 CSR 10-2.260 and to Rule 10 CSR 10-5.220, 
Control of Petroleum Liquid Storage, Loading and Transfer, are approved 
as RACT;
    (iii) Amendments to Rule 10 CSR 10-6.020, Definitions, and to Rule 
10 CSR 10-6.030, Sampling Methods for Air Pollution Sources, and to Rule 
10 CSR 10-6.040, Reference Methods, are approved as RACT;
    (iv) Rule 10 CSR 10-2.280 and Rule 10 CSR 10-5.320, Control of 
Emissions from Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Installations, are 
approved as RACT;
    (v) Rule 10 CSR 10-2.290, Control of Emissions from Rotogravure and 
Flexographic Printing Facilities, is approved as RACT;
    (vi) Rule 10 CSR 10-5.350, Control of Emissions from the Manufacture 
of Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products, is approved as RACT;
    (vii) Rule 10 CSR 10-5.340, Control of Emissions from Rotogravure 
and Flexographic Printing Facilities is approved as RACT.
    (26) On September 2, 1980, the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources submitted the State Implementation Plan for Lead. On February 
11 and 13, 1981, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted 
two letters containing additional information concerning the State 
Implementation Plan for Lead.
    (27) On September 5, 1980, the state of Missouri submitted a plan 
revision which involved provisions for start-up, shutdown, and 
malfunction conditions. Included in the plan are new Missouri Rule 10 
CSR 10-6.050, Start-up Shutdown, and MalfunctionConditions; and 
revisions to Rule 10 CSR 10-6.020, Defintions and Amended Start-up, 
Shutdown and Malfunction Provisions in Rules 10 CSR 10-2.030, 10-3.050, 
10-3.060, 10-3.080, 10-4.030, 10-4.040, and 10-5.050.

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    (28) Revisions to Rule 10 CSR 10-6.060 Permits Required, submitted 
on April 7, 1981.
    (29) A revision to Rule 10 CSR 10-5.220 Control of Petroleum Liquid 
Storage, Loading and Transfer (St. Louis), submitted on April 14, 1981, 
amending the emission limit in Section 3, is approved as RACT.
    (30) A report on the recommended type of I/M program, stringency 
factor, vehicle test mix, and program resources and justification, 
submitted on December 16, 1980, is approved as meeting the applicable 
condition on the SIP. No action is being taken with respect to the 
approvability of the specific recommendation sin the report.
    (31) A report from the East-West Gateway Coordinating Council 
outlining commitments to transportation control measures, an analysis of 
those measures, and the results of the carbon monoxide dispersion 
modeling, submitted on February 12 and April 28,1981, is approved as 
meeting the applicable condition on the SIP.
    (32) A variance from Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-3.050 Restriction of 
Emission of Particulate Matter From Industrial Processes, for St. Joe 
Minerals Corporation, Pea Ridge Iron Ore facility, was submitted by the 
Missouri Department of Natural Resources on May 6, 1981 with 
supplementary information submitted on June 22 and July 28, 1981.
    (33) On September 5, 1980, the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources submitted a revision of Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-3.050, 
Restriction of Emission of Particulate Matter from Industrial Processes, 
which exempts existing Missouri type charcoal kilns from the rule.
    (34) A variance from Missouri Rules 10 CSR 10-3.060, Maximum 
Allowable Emissions of Particulate Matter from Fuel Burning Equipment 
Used for Indirect Heating, and 10 CSR 10-3.080, Restriction of Emission 
of Visible Air Contaminants, was submitted by the Missouri Department of 
Natural Resources on August 12, 1981.
    (35) A variance from Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-2.260, Control of 
Petroleum Liquid Storage, Loading and Transfer for the Kansas City 
Metropolitan Area, was submitted by the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources on June 11, 1981.
    (36) Revisions to Rule 10 CSR 10-5.340, Control of Emissions from 
Rotogravure and Flexographic Printing Facilities, submitted on April 15, 
1982, are approved as RACT.
    (37) On April 15, 1982, the State of Missouri submitted a new Rule 
10 CSR 10-6.060, Permits Required, and Amendments to Rule 10 CSR 
10.6020, Definitions, involving the review and permitting of new sources 
of air pollution. Included in the plan are provisions relating to the 
attainment area (PSD) new source review. The plan also includes new 
source review provisions of nonattainment areas in the State.
    (38) Revisions to Rules 10 CSR 10-2.280 (Kansas City) and 10 CSR 10-
5.320 (St. Louis), both entitled Control of Emissions from 
Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Installations, and 10 CSR 10-5.290, More 
Restrictive Emission Limitations for Sulfur Dioxide and Particulate 
Matter in the South St. Louis Area, submitted on July 13, 1982, are 
approved.
    (39) [Reserved]
    (40) The 1982 carbon monoxide and ozone state implementation plan 
revisions were submitted by the Department of Natural Resources on 
December 23, 1982. A revised version of the 1982 carbon monoxide and 
ozone plan was submitted by the Department of Natural Resources on 
August 24, 1983. This version contained updated inventories, attainment 
demonstrations and schedules to adopt rules. The submission included new 
rule 10 CSR 10-5.360, Control of Emissions from Polyethylene Bag Sealing 
Operations. (No action was taken with respect to provisions dealing with 
control strategy demonstration, reasonable further progress and 
inspection and maintenance of motor vehicles.)
    (41) Revised rule 10 CSR 10-1.010, General Organization, was 
submitted by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources on December 
30, 1982.
    (42) On May 22, 1995, the Governor of Montana submitted revisions to 
the prevention of significant deterioration regulations in the 
Administrative Rules of Montana to incorporate changes in the Federal 
PSD permitting regulations for PM-10 increments.

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    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM), rules 
16.8.945(3)(c), 16.8.945(21)(d), 16.8.945(24)(d), 16.8.947(1), 
16.8.953(7)(a), and 16.8.960(4), effective 10/28/94.
    (43) On March 26, 1984, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted a revision to the September 2, 1980, lead State Implementation 
Plan pertaining to item 4 of the consent order for the St. Joe Lead 
Company. The revision consists of a substitution of equivalent control 
measures for item 4.
    (44) A variance from Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-3.050, Restriction of 
Emission of Particulate Matter from Industrial Processes, for the St. 
Joe Minerals Corporation, Pea Ridge Iron Ore facility, was submitted by 
the Missouri Department of Natural Resources on July 1, 1983.
    (45) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted 
revisions to regulations 10 CSR 10-2.100, 3.030, 4.090, and 5.070 
requiring operating permits for open burning of untreated wood waste at 
solid waste disposal and processing installations effective April 12, 
1984.
    (46) On June 6, 1984, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted the Air Quality Monitoring State Implementation Plan.
    (47) In a letter dated August 14, 1984, the Missouri Department of 
Natural Resources submitted the rules, 10 CSR 10-6.030, Sampling Methods 
for Air Pollution Sources, and 10 CSR 10-6.040, Reference Methods.
    (48) Revised rules 10 CSR 10-2.040, 3.060, 4.040 and 5.030 all 
entitled ``Maximum Allowable Emission of Particulate Matter from Fuel 
Burning Equipment Used for Indirect Heating'' were submitted September 
24, 1984, by the Department of Natural Resources.
    (49) On October 5, 1984, the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources submitted a revision to the September 2, 1980, lead State 
Implementation Plan pertaining to item 6 of the Consent Order for the 
AMAX Lead Company. The revision consists of a substitution of equivalent 
control measures for item 6.
    (50) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted an 
amendment to Rule 10 CSR 10-5.330 ``Control of Emissions from Industrial 
Surface Coating Operations,'' limiting emissions from surface coating of 
plastic parts and new Rule 10 CSR 10-5.370 ``Control of Emissions from 
the Application of Deadeners and Adhesives'' on January 24, 1984; and 
new Rule 10 CSR 10-5.390, ``Control of Emissions from Manufacture of 
Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, Enamels and Other Allied Surface Coating 
Products'' and an amendment to 10 CSR 10-6.020, ``Definitions'' on April 
10, 1984. (Approval action was deferred on 10 CSR 10-5.370.)
    (51) The motor vehicle inspection and maintenance program for the 
St. Louis area was submitted August 27, 1984, by the Department of 
Natural Resources.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Amendment to Regulations 10 CSR 
10-5.380, ``Motor Vehicle Emissions Inspections'', published in the 
Missouri Register January 3, 1982;
    (B) Missouri Revised Statutes, Sections 307.350 through 307.395, 
``Motor Vehicle Safety Inspection'', as revised September 1983;
    (C) Regulations 11 CSR 50-2.010 through 11 CSR 50-2.410, ``Missouri 
Motor Vehicle Inspection Regulations'', as revised July 1, 1982.
    (ii) Additional material. (A) I/M Implementation Schedule.
    (B) Highway Patrol Forms.
    (C) Missouri Certified Emission Analyzers.
    (D) Missouri Department of Revenue Policy.
    (E) Highway Patrol QC Manual.
    (F) EPA Approval of RACT Compliance.
    (G) Public Awareness Materials.
    (52) [Reserved]
    (53) A rule requiring sources to keep records and report data and 
requiring emission data to be made public was submitted January 22, 
1985, by the Department of Natural Resources. This rule replaces 
previous rules 10 CSR 10-2.130, 3.130, 4.120, and 5.210, all entitled 
``Submission of Emission Information'' which were approved as parts of 
the State Implementation Plan; and previous rules 10 CSR 10-2.180, 
3.120, 4.170, and 5.270, all entitled ``Public Availability of Emission 
Data'' which were not approved prior to the submission of this 
replacement rule.

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    (i) Incorporation by reference. A new regulation 10 CSR 10-6.110 
published in the Missouri Register November 1, 1984.
    (54) A new rule, Controlling Emissions During Episodes of High Air 
Pollution Potential, was submitted by the Department of Natural 
Resources on January 22, 1985.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. 10 CSR 10-6.130, Controlling 
Emissions During Episodes of High Air Pollution Potential, adopted by 
the Missouri Air Conservation Commission and effective on October 11, 
1984.
    (ii) Additional material. The State has rescinded rules 10 CSR 10-
2.170, 3.110, 4.160, and 5.260, all entitled ``Rules for Controlling 
Emission During Periods of High Air Pollution Potential.''
    (55) [Reserved]
    (56) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted the 
Protection of Visibility Plan, 1985, on May 3, 1985.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-6.020, Definitions, and 
Rule 10 CSR 10-6.060, Permits Required. These Amendments were adopted by 
the Missouri Air Conservation Commission and became effective on May 11, 
1985.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Narrative description of visibility new source review program 
for Class I areas in Missouri.
    (B) Visibility monitoring plan for Class I areas in Missouri.
    (57) On July 1, 1985, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted amendments to Rules 10 CSR 10-5.220 for the St. Louis 
Metropolitan Area, and 10 CSR 10-2.260 for the Kansas City Metropolitan 
Area. The amendments require bulk gasoline plants to be equipped with a 
vapor recovery system if their monthly throughput is greater than the 
exemption level.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) 10 CSR 10-5.220, and 10 CSR 10-2.260, Control of Emissions from 
Petroleum Liquid Storage, Loading, and Transfer, as published in the 
Missouri Register on May 1, 1985.
    (58) A plan revision demonstrating that the ozone standard will be 
attained in the St. Louis ozone nonattainment area by December 31, 1987, 
was submitted by the Department of Natural Resources on August 1, 1985.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) An agreement and variance modification order dated July 18, 
1985, signed by the Missouri Air Conservation Commission and the General 
Motors (GM) Corporation requiring that the GM St. Louis assembly plant 
meet interim emission limitations and comply with the SIP by shutdown by 
December 31, 1987.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) A revised and corrected emission inventory for base year 1980.
    (B) A revised projected year 1987 inventory demonstrating that the 
additional emission reductions from two new regulations and one plant 
shutdown, in addition to reductions already required, will be adequate 
to reduce ambient ozone concentrations to the National Ambient Air 
Quality Standard for ozone.
    (59) A new rule, Control of Emissions from the Production of Maleic 
Anhydride, was submitted by the Department of Natural Resources on 
January 21, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) 10 CSR 10-5.400, Control of Emissions from the Production of 
Maleic Anhydride, adopted by the Missouri Air Conservation Commission 
and effective on October 26, 1985.
    (60) A plan revision to correct motor vehicle inspection and 
maintenance testing deficiencies was submitted by the Department of 
Natural Resources on December 29, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Regulations 11 CSR 50-2.370 and 
11 CSR 50-2.400, effective June 25, 1987.
    (61) On June 9, 1986, the state of Missouri submitted an amendment 
to Rule 10 CSR 10-5.220, Control of Petroleum Liquid Storage, Loading, 
and Transfer. This amendment requires the control of volatile organic 
compound emissions from the refueling of motor vehicles in the St. Louis 
Metropolitan Area.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) 10 CSR 10-5.220, Control of Petroleum Liquid Storage, Loading, 
and Transfer, revised paragraphs 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9, published in the 
Missouri Register on May 1, 1985.

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    (62) A new rule, Control of Equipment Leaks from Synthetic Organic 
Chemical and Polymer Manufacturing Plants, was submitted by the 
Department of Natural Resources on November 19, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference, 10 CSR 10-5.420, Control of 
Equipment Leaks from Synthetic Organic Chemical and Polymer 
Manufacturing Plants, effective on September 26, 1986.
    (63) An amendment to the rule, Restriction of Emissions of Sulfur 
Compounds, was submitted by the Department of Natural Resources on 
November 19, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amended Regulation 10 CSR 10-3.100, Restriction of Emission of 
Sulfur Compounds adopted October 16, 1986, and effective on November 28, 
1986.
    (64) A variance from Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-3.050, Restriction of 
Emission of Particulate Matter from Industrial Processes, for the St. 
Joe Minerals Corporation, Pea Ridge Iron Ore facility, was submitted by 
the Missouri Department of Natural Resources on October 22, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Variance order modification dated May 21, 1987, issued to St. 
Joe Minerals Corporation allowing certain equipment at its Pea Ridge 
Iron Ore facility to operate beyond the limitations specified in Rule 10 
CSR 10-3.050, Restriction of emissions of Particulate Matter from 
Industrial Processes, for outstate Missouri area, effective May 21, 
1987.
    (65) Revised regulations for the control of volatile organic 
compound emissions in the Kansas City area were submitted by the 
Missouri Department of Natural Resources on May 21, 1986, and December 
18, 1987. The May 21, 1986, submittal also included anozone attainment 
demonstration for Kansas City, which will be addressed in a future 
action.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revision to Rule 10 CSR 10-
2.260, Control of Emissions from Petroleum Liquid Storage, Loading, and 
Transfer, effective May 29, 1986, with amendments effective December 24, 
1987.
    (B) New Rule 10 CSR 10-2.300, Control of Emissions from the 
Manufacturing of Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, Enamels, and Other Allied 
Surface Coating Products, effective December 12, 1987.
    (C) New Rules 10 CSR 10-2.310, Control of Emissions from the 
Application of Automotive Underbody Deadeners, and 10 CSR 10-2.320, 
Control of Emissions from Production of Pesticides and Herbicides, 
effective November 23, 1987.
    (D) Rescinded Rules 10 CSR 10-2.240, Control of Emissions of 
Volatile Organic Compounds from Petroleum Refinery Equipment, and 10 CSR 
10-2.250, Control of Volatile Leaks from Petroleum Refinery Equipment, 
effective November 23, 1987.
    (E) Revision to Rule 10 CSR 10-6.030, Sampling Methods for Air 
Pollution Sources, effective November 23, 1987, with amendments 
effective December 24, 1987.
    (F) Revision to Rule 10 CSR 10-2.210, Control of Emissions from 
Solvent Metal Cleaning, effective December 12, 1987.
    (G) Revisions to Rules 10 CSR 10-2.290, Control of Emissions from 
Rotogravure and Flexographic Printing Facilities, and 10 CSR 10-6.020, 
Definitions, effective December 24, 1987.
    (66) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted 
revisions to its state implementation plan to incorporate 
PM10 on March 29, 1988, May 12, 1988, and June 15, 1988.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the following Missouri air pollution rules:
10 CSR 10-6.010  Ambient Air Quality Standards
10 CSR 10-6.020  Definitions
10 CSR 10-6.040  Reference Methods
10 CSR 10-6.060  Permits Required
10 CSR 10-6.130  Controlling Emissions During Episodes of High Air 
    Pollution Potential
    These rules were published in the Missouri Register on April 18, 
1988, and became effective April 28, 1988.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) A revision to the Missouri Monitoring Plan was submitted March 
29, 1988.
    (B) A narrative description of the PM10 SIP for the state 
of Missouri was submitted June 15, 1988.
    (67) Plan revisions were submitted by the Missouri Department of 
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Resources on August 18, 1986, and October 18, 1988, which implement 
EPA's July 8, 1985, revised stack height requirements.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to rules 10 C.S.R. 10-6.020, Definitions, and 10 CSR 
10-6.060, Permits Required, effective May 11, 1986.
    (B) New rule 10 C.S.R. 10-6.140, Restriction of Emissions Credit for 
Reduced Pollutant Concentrations from the Use of Dispersion Techniques, 
effective May 11, 1986.
    (C) Revisions to rule 10 CSR 10-6.020, Definitions, effective August 
25, 1988.
    (68) Revised regulations applicable to air quality models were 
submitted by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources on October 18, 
1988.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revision of rule 10 CSR 10-6.060 ``Permits Required,'' effective 
on September 29, 1988.
    (69) A plan revision to change the construction permit fees was 
submitted by the Department of Natural Resources on January 24, 1989, 
and September 27, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revision to 10 CSR 10-6.060, Permits Required, amended December 
19, 1988, effective January 1, 1989.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Chapter 643 RSMo (House Bill Number 1187) passed by the General 
Assembly of the state of Missouri in 1988.
    (70) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted 
amendments to Rule 10 CSR 10-2.230 on December 18, 1987, and December 
19, 1988. The rule controls volatile organic compound emissions from 
industrial surface coating facilities in the Kansas City area.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revision to Rule 10 CSR 10-
2.230, Control of Emissions from Industrial Surface Coating Operations, 
effective December 24, 1987, with amendments effective November 24, 
1988.
    (71) Revisions to regulations for controlling volatile organic 
compound emissions in the St. Louis area were submitted by the Missouri 
Department of Natural Resources on June 14, 1985; November 19, 1986; and 
March 30, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) New Rule 10 CSR 10-5.410, 
Control of Emissions from the Manufacture of Polystyrene Resin, 
effective May 11, 1985, with amendments effective September 26, 1986, 
and March 11, 1989.
    (B) Revisions to Rules 10 CSR 10-5.220, Control of Petroleum Liquid 
Storage, Loading and Transfer; 10 CSR 10-5.300, Control of Emissions 
from Solvent Metal Cleaning; 10 CSR 10-5.310, Liquefied Cutback Asphalt 
Paving Restricted; 10 CSR 10-5.320, Control of Emissions from 
Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Installations; 10 CSR 10-5.340, Control 
of Emissions from Rotogravure and Flexographic Printing Facilities; 10 
CSR 10-5.350, Control of Emissions of Synthesized Pharmaceutical 
Products; 10 CSR 10-5.360, Control of Emissions from Polyethylene Bag 
Sealing Operations; 10 CSR 10-5.370, Control of Emissions from the 
Application of Deadeners and Adhesives; 10 CSR 10-5.390, Control of 
Emissions from the Manufacturing of Paints, Varnishes, Lacquers, 
Enamels, and Other Allied Surface Coating Products; 10 CSR 10-5.420, 
Control of Equipment Leaks from Synthetic Organic Chemical and Polymer 
Manufacturing Plants; and 10 CSR 6.020, Definitions; effective March 11, 
1989.
    (C) Rescinded Rule 10 CSR 10-5.400, Control of Emissions from 
Production of Maleic Anhydride, effective March 11, 1989.
    (72) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted new rule 
10 CSR 10-5.330, Control of Emissions from Industrial Surface Coating 
Operations, and amendments to rule 10 CSR 10-6.020, Definitions, on 
January 11, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) New rule 10 CSR 10-5.330, Control of Emissions from Industrial 
Surface Coating Operations, effective November 26, 1989.
    (B) Rescinded rule 10 CSR 10-5.330, Control of Emissions from 
Industrial Surface Coating Operations, effective November 26, 1989.
    (C) Revisions to rule 10 CSR 10-6.020, Definitions, effective 
November 26, 1989.
    (73) A rule revision to establish gasoline tank truck certification 
requirements in ozone nonattainment areas was submitted by the 
Department of Natural Resources on July 17, 1990.
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    (A) Revision to rule 10 CSR 10-2.260 and 10 CSR 10-5.220 both titled 
``Control of Petroleum Liquid Storage, Loading, and Transfer'' effective 
May 24, 1990.
    (74) Revisions to the circumvention plan submitted by the Missouri 
Department of Natural Resources on September 6, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Rule at 10 CSR 10-6.150, Circumvention, effective November 30, 
1990.
    (B) Rescission of rules 10 CSR 10-2.140, Circumvention; CSR 10-
4.130, Circumvention; and 10 CSR 10-5.230, Circumvention, effective 
September 28, 1990.
    (75) Plan revisions were submitted by the Missouri Department of 
Natural Resources on September 25, 1990, which implement EPA's October 
17, 1988, PSD NOx requirements.
    (i) Incorporation by reference
    (A) Revisions to rules 10 CSR 10-6.020 ``Definitions'' and 10 CSR 
10-6.060 ``Permits Required'' were adopted by the Missouri Air 
Conservation Commission on May 14, 1990, and became effective May 24, 
1990.
    (ii) Additional Information
    (A) Letter from the state dated November 30, 1990, pertaining to 
NOx rules and analysis which certifies that the material was 
adopted by the state on May 24, 1990.
    (76) In submittals dated September 6, 1990, and May 8, 1991, the 
Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted a lead NAAQS 
attainment plan for the Doe Run Herculaneum primary lead smelter. 
Although Missouri rule 10 CSR 10-6.120 contains requirments which apply 
statewide to primary lead smelting operations, EPA takes action on this 
rule only insofar as it pertains to the Doe Run Herculaneum facility. 
Plan revisions to address the other lead smelters in the state are under 
development.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) New rule 10 CSR 10-6.120, Restriction of Emissions of Lead from 
Primary Lead Smelter-Refinery Installations, effective December 29, 
1988, with amendments effective March 14, 1991.
    (B) Consent order, entered into between the Doe Run Company and the 
Missouri Department of Natural Resources, dated March 9, 1990.
    (C) Supplemental consent order, signed by the Doe Run Company on 
July 26, 1990, and by the Missouri Department of Natural Resources on 
August 17, 1990.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Narrative SIP material, submitted on September 9, 1990. This 
submittal includes the emissions inventory and attainment demonstration.
    (B) The Doe Run Herculaneum Work Practice Manual was submitted on 
May 8, 1991. In the May 8, 1991, submittal letter, the state agreed that 
any subsequent changes to the work practice manual would be submitted to 
EPA as SIP revisions.
    (77) Revisions to the state implementation plan for the Kansas City 
metropolitan area were submitted by the Director of the Missouri 
Department of Natural Resources on October 9, 1991. Revisions include a 
maintenance plan which demonstrates continued attainment of the NAAQS 
for ozone through the year 2002. Rule revisions were also submitted on 
October 9, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revised regulations 10 CSR 10-6.020, Definitions, and 10 CSR 10-
2.220, Liquefied Cutback Asphalt Paving Restricted, effective August 30, 
1991; and new regulation 10 CSR 10-2.340, Control of Emissions from 
Lithographic Printing Facilities, effective December 9, 1991.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) State of Missouri Implementation Plan, Kansas City Metropolitan 
Area Maintenance Provisions, October 1991.
    (78) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted new rule 
10 CSR 10-6.180, Measurement of Emissions of Air Contaminants, on March 
4, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) New rule 10 CSR 10-6.180 entitled ``Measurement of Emissions of 
Air Contaminants'' published November 19, 1990, effective December 31, 
1990.
    (79) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted an 
amendment on March 19, 1992, to add sampling methods to rule 10 CSR 10-
6.030 ``Sampling Methods for Air Pollution

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Sources.'' On November 20, 1991, Missouri submitted administrative 
amendments to rule 10 CSR 10-6.030 which renumber and reorganize 
sections within that rule. Rules which reference the renumbered sections 
of 10 CSR 10-6.030 were also administratively amended and submitted.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revised regulation 10 CSR 10-6.030 ``Sampling Methods for Air 
Pollution Sources'' effective September 30, 1991.
    (B) Administrative amendments to the sampling citations in the 
following rules which are affected by the administrative amendments to 
10 CSR 10-6.030: 10 CSR 10-2.210, effective December 12, 1987; 10 CSR 
10-2.230, effective November 24, 1988; 10 CSR 10-2.260, effective May 
24, 1990; 10 CSR 10-2.280, effective May 13, 1982; 10 CSR 10-2.290, 
effective December 24, 1987; 10 CSR 10-2.300, effective December 12, 
1987; 10 CSR 10-2.310, effective November 23, 1987; 10 CSR 10-2.320, 
effective November 23, 1987; 10 CSR 10-3.160, effective December 11, 
1987; 10 CSR 10-5.220, effective May 24, 1990; 10 CSR 10-5.300, 
effective March 11, 1989; 10 CSR 10-5.320, effective March 11, 1989; 10 
CSR 10-5.330, effective November 26, 1989; 10 CSR 10-5.350, effective 
March 11, 1989; 10 CSR 10-5.360, effective March 11, 1989; 10 CSR 10-
5.370, effective March 11, 1989; 10 CSR 10-5.390, effective March 11, 
1989; 10 CSR 10-5.410, effective March 11, 1989; 10 CSR 10-6.090, 
effective August 13, 1981; and 10 CSR 10-6.120, effective March 14, 
1991.
    (80) On June 28, 1991, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
(MDNR) submitted revisions to the Missouri State Implementation Plan 
which pertain to the St. Louis vehicle inspection and maintenance 
program. The Missouri rules contain requirements which apply to both 
safety and emission testing; EPA takes action on these rules only 
insofar as they pertain to emissions testing.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) New rules 11 CSR 50-2.401, General Specifications; 11 CSR 50-
2.402, Missouri Analyzer System (MAS) Software Functions; 11 CSR 50-
2.403, MAS Display and Program Requirements; 11 CSR 50-2.405, Vehicle 
Inspection Certificate, Vehicle Inspection Report and Printer Function 
Specifications; 11 CSR 50-2.406, Technical Specifications for the MAS; 
and 11 CSR 50-2.407 Documentation, Logistics and Warranty Requirements; 
(appendix A, B, C), effective June 28, 1990.
    (B) New rule 11 CSR 50-2.404, Test Record Specifications, effective 
September 28, 1990.
    (C) Amended rules 11 CSR 50-2.370 Inspection Station Licensing; 11 
CSR 50-2.410, Vehicles Failing Reinspection; and 11 CSR 50-2.420 
Procedures for Conducting Only Emission Tests; effective December 31, 
1990.
    (D) Rescinded rule 11 CSR 50-2,400, Emission Test Procedures; 
effective December 31, 1990.
    (81) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted a rule 
action rescinding rules 10 CSR 10-2.120, 10 CSR 10-4.110, and 10-5.200, 
Measurement of Emissions of Air Contaminants for the Kansas City 
Metropolitan Area, Springfield-Greene County Area, and the St. Louis 
Metropolitan Area, respectively, on July 9, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Rescission of rules 10 CSR 10-2.120, 10 CSR 10-4.110, and 10 CSR 
10-5.200 entitled ``Measurement of Emissions of Air Contaminants'' 
rescinded April 9, 1992.
    (82) Revisions to the Missouri State Implementation Plan 
establishing a Small Business Stationary Source Technical and 
Environmental Compliance Assistance Program were submitted by the 
Director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources on March 10, 
1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental 
Compliance Program dated November 1992 and adopted February 18, 1993.
    (83) A revision to the Missouri State Implementation Plan (SIP) to 
incorporate the lead nonattainment areas into the existing new source 
review (NSR) program was submitted by the state on March 15, 1993. This 
revision changes the applicability requirements by changing the 
definition of nonattainment area in the state regulations to include 
lead nonattainment areas, and to delete the Kansas City area as a 
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of its attainment of the ozone standard.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revision to rule 10 C.S.R. 10-6.020, definitions, effective 
February 26, 1993.
    (84) The Missouri Department of Natural Resources submitted rule 
revisions pertaining to rotogravure and flexographic printing facilities 
in Kansas City, Missouri, and St. Louis, Missouri; and an amendment to 
the sampling methods rule which adds a compliance test method for the 
capture efficiency of air pollution control devices. These amendments 
were submitted September 16 and September 23, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revised regulations 10 CSR 10-2.290 (except section (6), 
Compliance Dates) and 10 CSR 10-5.340 (except section (6), Compliance 
Dates), both entitled Control of Emissions from Rotogravure and 
Flexographic Printing Facilities, effective February 6, 1992.
    (B) Revised regulation 10 CSR 10-6.030 (section (20)), effective 
April 9, 1992.
    (85)  [Reserved]
    (86) A revision to the Missouri SIP to revise the Missouri Part D 
new source review rules, update and add numerous definitions, revise the 
maximum allowable increase for particulate matter under the requirements 
for prevention of significant deterioration, address emission statements 
under Title I of the CAA, and generally enhance the SIP.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revision to rules 10 CSR 10-6.020, Definitions and Common 
Reference Tables, effective August 30, 1995; 10 CSR 10-6.060, 
Construction Permits Required, effective August 30, 1995; 10 CSR 10-
6.110, Submission of Emission Data, Emission Fees, and Process 
Information, except section 5, effective May 9, 1994; and 10 CSR 10-
6.210, Confidential Information, effective May 9, 1994.
    (87) In submittals dated July 2, 1993; June 30, 1994; and November 
23, 1994, MDNR submitted an SIP to satisfy Federal requirements for an 
approvable nonattainment area lead SIP for the Doe Run primary smelter 
in Herculaneum, Missouri. Although Missouri rule 10 CSR 10-6.120 
contains requirements which apply statewide to primary lead smelting 
operations, EPA takes action on this rule only insofar as it pertains to 
the Doe Run Herculaneum facility. Plan revisions to address the other 
lead smelters in the state are under development.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revised regulation 10 CSR 10-6.120 (section (1), section (2)(B), 
section (3)) entitled Restriction of Emissions of Lead From Primary Lead 
Smelter-Refinery Installations, effective August 28, 1994.
    (B) Consent Order, entered into between the Doe Run Company and 
MDNR, dated July 2, 1993.
    (C) Consent Order amendment, signed by the Doe Run Company on March 
31, 1994, and by MDNR on April 28, 1994.
    (D) Consent Order amendment, signed by the Doe Run Company on 
September 6, 1994, and by MDNR on November 23, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Revisions to the Doe Run Herculaneum Work Practice Manual 
submitted on July 2, 1993.
    (B) Revisions to the Doe Run Herculaneum Work Practice Manual 
submitted on June 30, 1994.
    (88) This revision submitted by the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources on March 31, 1994, relates to intermediate sources, and the 
EPA is not approving the basic operating permit program. This revision 
establishes a mechanism for creating federally enforceable limitations. 
Emission limitations and related provisions which are established in 
Missouri operating permits as federally enforceable conditions shall be 
enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the right to deem permit conditions not 
federally enforceable. Such a determination will be made according to 
appropriate procedures and be based upon the permit, permit approval 
procedures, or permit requirements which do not conform with the 
operating permit program requirements or the requirements of EPA's 
underlying regulations.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) 10 C.S.R. 10-6.065 (sections 1, 2, 3, 4(C)-(P), 5, and 7) 
Operating Permits, effective May 9, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter from Missouri to EPA Region VII dated November 7, 1994, 
regarding how Missouri intends to satisfy

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the requirements set forth in the Clean Air Act Amendments at sections 
112(l)(5)(A), (B), and (C).
    (B) Two letters from Missouri to EPA Region VII dated October 3, 
1994, and February 10, 1995, supplementing the November 7, 1994, letter 
and clarifying that Missouri does have adequate authority to limit 
potential-to-emit of hazardous air pollutants through the state 
operating permit program.
    (89) In submittals dated July 2, 1993; June 30, 1994; and November 
23, 1994, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources (MDNR) submitted 
a State Implementation Plan (SIP) to satisfy Federal requirements for an 
approvable nonattainment area lead SIP for the Doe Run primary and 
secondary smelter near Bixby, Missouri (Doe Run-Buick). Although 
Missouri rule 10 CSR 10-6.120 contains requirements which apply 
statewide to primary lead smelting operations, EPA takes action on this 
rule insofar as it pertains to the Doe Run-Buick facility. Plan 
revisions to address the other lead smelters in the state are under 
development.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revised regulation 10 CSR 10-6.120 (section (2)(C), section (4)) 
entitled Restriction of Emissions of Lead from Primary Smelter-Refinery 
Installations, effective August 28, 1994.
    (B) Consent Order, entered into between the Doe Run Company and 
MDNR, dated July 2, 1993.
    (C) Consent Order amendment, signed by the Doe Run Company on August 
30, 1994, and by MDNR on November 23, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) The Doe Run-Buick Work Practice Manual submitted on July 2, 
1993. EPA approves the Work Practice manual with the understanding that 
any subsequent changes to the Work Practice Manual will be submitted as 
SIP revisions.
    (B) Revisions to the Doe Run-Buick Work Practice Manual submitted on 
June 30, 1994.
    (90)-(91)  [Reserved]
    (92) On February 14, 1995, the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources submitted two new rules which pertain to transportation 
conformity in Kansas City and St. Louis.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) New rule 10 CSR 10-2.390 (except section (20) Criteria and 
Procedures: Interim Period Reductions in Ozone Areas (TIP)) and 10 CSR 
10-5.480 (except section (22) Criteria and Procedures: Interim Period 
Reductions in Ozone Areas (TIP)), both entitled Conformity to State 
Implementation Plans of Transportation Plans, Programs, and Projects 
Developed, Funded, or Approved Under Title 23 U.S.C. or the Federal 
Transit Act, effective May 28, 1995.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Missouri's Air Pollution Control Plan, St. Louis Metropolitan 
Area Ozone and Carbon Monoxide Transportation Conformity, January 12, 
1995.
    (B) Missouri's Air Pollution Control Plan, Kansas City Metropolitan 
Area Ozone Transportation Conformity, January 12, 1995.
    (C) Policy agreement, entered into between the Missouri Department 
of Natural Resources, the Mid-America Regional Council, and the Highway 
and Transportation Commission of the state of Missouri, dated August 31, 
1993.
    (D) Letter from the state of Missouri to EPA, dated December 7, 
1995, in which the state commits to implementing its state rule 
consistent with the Federal Transportation Conformity rule, as amended 
on August 29, 1995, with regards to the granting of an NOx 
waiver and the NOx conformity requirements.
    (93) On February 14, 1995, the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources (MDNR) submitted a new rule which pertains to general 
conformity.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) New rule 10 CSR 10-6.300, entitled Conformity of General Federal 
Actions to State Implementation Plans, effective May 28, 1995.
    (94) On April 12, 1995, the Missouri Department of Natural Resources 
submitted an emissions inventory update to the Kansas City maintenance 
plan approved by EPA on June 23, 1992. The submittal also establishes a 
motor vehicle emissions budget for the purpose of fulfilling the 
requirements of the Federal Transportation Conformity rule.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Kansas City Ozone Maintenance SIP Revisions: Emission 
Inventories

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and Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets, adopted by the Missouri Air 
Conservation Commission on March 30, 1995.
    (95) Plan revisions were submitted by the Missouri Department of 
Natural Resources on August 14, 1996, which reduce lead emissions from 
the Asarco primary lead smelter located within the lead nonattainment 
area defined by the boundaries of the Liberty and Arcadia Townships 
located in Iron County, Missouri.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Rule 10 CSR 10-6.120, Restriction of Emissions of Lead From 
Primary Lead Smelter--Refinery Installations, except subsection 2(B) and 
2(C), and section 4, effective June 30, 1996.
    (B) Consent Decree Case Number CV596-98CC, STATE OF MISSOURI ex. 
rel. Jeremiah W. (Jay) Nixon and the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources v. ASARCO, INC., Missouri Lead Division, effective July 30, 
1996, with Exhibits A, C, D, E, F, and G.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Narrative SIP material submitted on August 14, 1996. This 
submittal includes the emissions inventory and the attainment 
demonstration.
    (96) Revisions to the Missouri SIP submitted by the Missouri 
Department of Natural Resources on March 13, 1996, and August 6, 1996, 
pertaining to its intermediate operating permit program. The EPA is not 
approving provisions of the rules which pertain to the basic operating 
permit program.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulations 10 C.S.R. 10-6.020, Definitions and Common Reference 
Tables, effective June 30, 1996; and 10 C.S.R. 10-6.065, Operating 
Permits, effective June 30, 1996, except sections (4)(A), (4)(B), and 
(4)(H).
    (97) On November 20, 1996, the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources (MDNR) submitted a revised rule which pertains to general 
conformity.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Rule 10 CSR 10-6.300, entitled Conformity of General Federal 
Actions to State Implementation Plans, effective September 30, 1996.
    (98) Revision to the Missouri SIP submitted by the Missouri 
Department of Natural Resources on July 14, 1997.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Missouri Emergency Rule, 10 CSR 10-2.330, Control of Gasoline 
Reid Vapor Pressure, effective May 1, 1997, and expires October 27, 
1997.
    (99) Revisions to the ozone attainment plan were submitted by the 
Governor on February 1, 1996.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-2.260, ``Control of Petroleum Liquid 
Storage, Loading, and Transfer,'' effective December 30, 1995.
    (B) Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-5.220, ``Control of Petroleum Liquid 
Storage, Loading, and Transfer,'' effective December 30, 1995.
    (100) A revision to the Missouri SIP was submitted by the Missouri 
Department of Natural Resources on February 1, 1996, pertaining to 
Emission Data, Emission Fees, and Process Information.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Missouri Rule 10 CSR 10-6.110, ``Emission Data, Emission Fees, 
and Process Information,'' effective December 30, 1995.
    (101) On January 10, 1997, and February 2, 1997, the Missouri 
Department of Natural Resources submitted revised rules pertaining to 
transportation conformity.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulation 10 CSR 10-2.390, entitled Conformity to State 
Implementation Plans of Transportation Plans, Programs, and Projects 
Developed, Funded or Approved Under Title 23 U.S.C. or the Federal 
Transit Act, effective December 30, 1996.
    (B) Regulation 10 CSR 10-5.480, entitled Conformity to State 
Implementation Plans of Transportation Plans, Programs, and Projects 
Developed, Funded or Approved Under Title 23 U.S.C. or the Federal 
Transit Act, effective December 30, 1996.
    (102) Revised regulations for the control of fugitive particulate 
matter emissions were submitted by the Missouri Department of Natural 
Resources (MDNR) on September 25, 1990, and on November 20, 1996.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulation 10 CSR 10-6.170, entitled Restriction of Particulate 
Matter Beyond the Premises of Origin, effective November 30, 1990, as 
amended October 30, 1996.

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    (B) Rescission of regulation 10 CSR 10-2.050, entitled Preventing 
Particulate Matter From Becoming Airborne, effective September 28, 1990.
    (C) Rescission of regulation 10 CSR 10-3.070, entitled Restriction 
of Particulate Matter From Becoming Airborne, effective September 28, 
1990.
    (D) Rescission of regulation 10 CSR 10-4.050, entitled Preventing 
Particulate Matter From Becoming Airborne, effective September 28, 1990.
    (E) Rescission of regulation 10 CSR 10-5.100, entitled Preventing 
Particulate Matter From Becoming Airborne, effective on September 28, 
1990.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter from Missouri submitted on February 24, 1997, pertaining 
to the submission of supplemental documentation.
    (103) Revisions to the Missouri plan were submitted by the Governor 
on March 20, 1997.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) St. Louis City Ordinance 59270, Section 4--Definitions, numbers 
80. ``Open Burning,'' 100. ``Refuse,'' 108. ``Salvage Operation,'' and 
126. ``Trade Waste'' only; and Section 12, effective October 23, 1984.
    (B) St. Louis City Permit No. 96-10-084, issued to Washington 
University School of Medicine Medical Waste Incinerator, 500 S. Euclid 
Avenue, effective February 20, 1997.
    (C) St. Louis City Permit No. 96-10-083, issued to Washington 
University School of Medicine Pathological Incinerator, 4566 Scott 
Avenue, effective February 20, 1997.
    (D) St. Louis City Operating Permit, issued to St. Louis University 
Medical Center Medical Waste Incinerator, 3628 Rutger Avenue, effective 
August 3, 1992.
    (E) Kansas City Air Quality Control Code C.S. No. 56726, Chapter 8, 
Sections: 8-2, definitions for ``Open burning,'' ``Refuse,'' ``Salvage 
operation,'' and ``Trade waste''; and 8-4, only, effective August 2, 
1984.
    (F) Remove St. Louis City Ordinance 50163, effective June 11, 1968.
    (G) Remove St. Louis City Ordinance 54699, effective March 27, 1967.
    (H) Remove St. Louis County Air Pollution Control Code SLCRO, Title 
VI, Chapter 612, effective February 22, 1967.
    (I) Remove Kansas City Air Pollution Control Code C.S. No. 36539, 
Chapter 18, except sections: 18.83--Definitions, subsections (13) 
``Incinerators'' and (15) ``Multiple Chamber Incinerators''; and 18.91--
Incinerators, effective August 31, 1972.
    (J) Remove City of Springfield Air Pollution Control Standard G.O. 
No. 1890, Chapter 2A, except sections: 2A-2--Definitions, the 
definitions for ``Director of Health,'' ``Existing Equipment,'' 
``Incinerator,'' ``Multiple-chamber incinerator,'' ``New equipment,'' 
``Open burning,'' ``Particulate matter,'' ``Refuse,'' and ``Trade 
waste''; 2A-25; 2A-34; 2A-35; 2A-36; 2A-37; 2A-38; 2A-51; 2A-55; and 2A-
56, effective October 12, 1969.
    (104) [Reserved]
    (105) Revision to the Missouri SIP submitted by the Missouri 
Department of Natural Resources on November 13, 1997.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Missouri Rule, 10 CSR 10-2.330, Control of Gasoline Reid Vapor 
Pressure, effective October 30, 1997.
[37 FR 10875, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1320, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.



Sec. 52.1321  Classification of regions.

    The Missouri plans were evaluated on the basis of the following 
classifications:

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                                                                               Pollutant
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
              Air quality control region                                                           Photochemical
                                                       Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon      oxidants
                                                          matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide  (hydrocarbons)
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Metropolitan Kansas City Interstate..................           I        III       III         I             I
Southwest Missouri Intrastate........................           I        III       III       III           III
Southeast Missouri Intrastate........................         III        III       III       III           III
Northern Missouri Intrastate.........................          II        III       III       III           III

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Metropolitan St. Louis Interstate....................           I          I       III         I             I
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[37 FR 10875, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16347, May 8, 1974]



Sec. 52.1322  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1323  Approval status.

    (a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Missouri's plans for the attainment and  maintenance  of  the  
national standards. Continued satisfaction of the requirements of Part D 
for the ozone portion of the SIP depends on the adoption and submittal 
of RACT requirements by July 1, 1980, for the sources covered by CTGs 
issued between January 1978 and January 1979 and adoption and submittal 
by each successive January of Additional RACT requirements for sources 
covered by CTGs issued the previous January. New source review permits 
issued pursuant to section 173 of the Clean Air Act will not be deemed 
valid by EPA unless the provisions of Section V of the emission offset 
interpretive rule published on January 16, 1979 (44 FR 3274) are met.
    (b) The Administrator approves Rule 10 CSR 10-2.290 as identified 
under Sec. 52.1320, paragraph (c)(65), with the understanding that any 
alternative compliance plans issued under this rule must be approved by 
EPA as individual SIP revisions. In the absence of such approval, the 
enforceable requirements of the SIP would be the reduction requirements 
stated in the rule.
    (c) The Administrator approves Rule 10 CSR 10-2.230 as identified 
under Sec. 52.1320, paragraph (c)(70), with the understanding that any 
alternative compliance plans issued under this rule must be approved by 
EPA as individual SIP revisions. In the absence of such approval, the 
enforceable requirements of the SIP would be the emission limits stated 
in the rule.
    (d) The Administrator approves Rule 10 CSR 10-5.340 as identified 
under Sec. 52.1320, paragraph (c)(71), with the understanding that any 
alternative compliance plans issued under this rule must be approved as 
individual SIP revisions. In the absence of such approval, the 
enforceable requirements of the SIP would be the reduction requirements 
stated in the rule.
    (e) The Administrator approves Rule 10 CSR 10-5.330 as identified 
under Sec. 52.1320, paragraph (c)(72), under the following terms, to 
which the state of Missouri has agreed: Subsections (5)(B)3 and (7)(B) 
of the rule contain provisions whereby the director of the Missouri Air 
Pollution Control Program has discretion to establish compliance 
determination procedures and equivalent alternative emission limits for 
individual sources. Any such director discretion determinations under 
this rule must be submitted to EPA for approval as individual SIP 
revisions. In the absence of EPA approval, the enforceable requirements 
of the SIP are the applicable emission limit(s) in subsection (4)(B) and 
the compliance determination provisions stated in subsection(5)(B)1 or 
(5)(B)2.
    (f) The Administrator approves Rule 10 CSR 10-6.120 as identified 
under Sec. 52.1320(c)(76), under the following terms, to which the state 
of Missouri has agreed. Subparagraph (2)(B)2.B.(IV) contains a provision 
whereby the Director of the Missouri Department of Natural Resources has 
discretion to approve revisions to the Doe Run Herculaneum work practice 
manual. Any revisions to the work practice manual, pursuant to this 
rule, must be submitted to EPA for approval as an individual SIP 
revision. Thus, any existing federally approved work practices remain in 
effect, until such time that subsequent revisions are submitted to EPA 
and approved as SIP revisions.
    (g) The Missouri portion of the Kansas City metropolitan area was 
designated as nonattainment for ozone in

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40 CFR part 81. Therefore, the Administrator approves continuation of 
the 7.8 RVP limit as federally enforceable in the Kansas City 
metropolitan area, even after the area is redesignated to attainment, 
because of its nonattainment designation effective January 6, 1992. 
Also, the requirement for 7.8 psi RVP volatility is deemed necessary to 
ensure attainment and maintenance of the ozone standard as demonstrated 
by the emissions inventory projections (based on use of 7.8 psi RVP) in 
Missouri's ozone maintenance plan for the Kansas City metropolitan area.
    (h) The state of Missouri commits to revise 10 CSR 6.300 to remove 
language in paragraphs (3)(C)4. and (9)(B) which is more stringent than 
the language in the Federal General Conformity rule. In a letter to Mr. 
Dennis Grams, Regional Administrator, EPA, dated December 7, 1995, Mr. 
David Shorr, Director, MDNR, stated:

    We commit to initiating a change in the wording in the above 
paragraphs [paragraphs (3)(C)4. and (9)(B)] of Missouri rule 10 CSR 10-
6.300, and to submit the change to EPA within one year from the date of 
this letter [December 7, 1995]. We intend that the change will give our 
rule the same stringency as the General Conformity Rule.

    (i) Emission limitations and related provisions which are 
established in Missouri's operation permits as federally enforceable 
conditions shall be enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the right to deem 
permit conditions not federally enforceable. Such a determination will 
be made according to appropriate procedures, and be based upon the 
permit, permit approval procedures, or permit requirements which do not 
conform with the operating permit program requirements or the 
requirements of EPA's underlying regulations.
    (j) The state of Missouri revised 10 CSR 10-6.300 to remove language 
in paragraphs (3)(C)4 and (9)(B) which made the language more stringent 
than that contained in the Federal general conformity rule. This 
fulfills the requirements of the conditional approval granted effective 
May 10, 1996, as published on March 11, 1996.
    (k) The state of Missouri revised 10 CSR 10-2.390 for Kansas City 
and 10 CSR 10-5.480 for St. Louis to update the transportation 
conformity requirements contained in 40 CFR Part 51, Subpart T, 
effective November 14, 1995.
    (l) The Administrator conditionally approves Missouri emergency rule 
10 CSR 10-2.330 under Sec. 52.1320(c)(98). Full approval is contingent 
on the state submitting the permanent rule, to the EPA, by November 30, 
1997.
    (m) The Administrator approves Missouri rule 10 CSR 10-2.330 under 
Sec. 52.1320(c)(105). This fulfills the requirements of the conditional 
approval granted effective November 10, 1997, as published on October 9, 
1997.
[37 FR 10876, May 31, 1972, as amended at 45 FR 24153, Apr. 9, 1980; 45 
FR 30630, May 9, 1980; 49 FR 29221, July 19, 1984; 51 FR 31330, Sept. 3, 
1986; 51 FR 36012, Oct. 8, 1986; 55 FR 7713, Mar. 5, 1990; 55 FR 46206, 
Nov. 2, 1990; 57 FR 8077, Mar. 6, 1992; 57 FR 27942, June 23, 1992; 60 
FR 22277, May 5, 1995; 60 FR 49343, Sept. 25, 1995; 61 FR 9644, Mar. 11, 
1996; 62 FR 26396, May 14, 1997; 62 FR 46881, Sept. 5, 1997; 62 FR 
52661, Oct. 9, 1997; 63 FR 20320, Apr. 24, 1998]



Sec. 52.1324  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1325  Legal authority.

    (a) [Reserved]
    (b) The requirements of Sec. 51.232(b) of this chapter are not met 
since the following deficiencies exist in local legal authority.
    (1) St. Louis County Division of Air Pollution Control:
    (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is lacking (Sec. 51.230(e) of 
this chapter).
    (ii) Authority to make emission data available to the public is 
inadequate because section 612.350, St. Louis County Air Pollution 
Control Code, requires confidential treatment in certain circumstances 
if the data concern secret processes (Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter).
    (2) St. Louis City Division of Air Pollution Control:
    (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is lacking (Sec. 51.230(e) of 
this chapter).
    (ii) Authority to require reports on the nature and amounts of 
emissions from stationary sources is lacking (Sec. 51.230(e) of this 
chapter).
    (iii) Authority to require installation, maintenance, and use of 
emission monitoring devices is lacking. Authority to make emission data 
available to

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the public is inadequate because Section 39 of Ordinance 54699 requires 
confidential treatment in certain circumstances if the data relate to 
production or sales figures or to processes or production unique to the 
owner or operator or would tend to affect adversely the competitive 
position of the owner or operator (Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter).
    (3) Kansas City Health Department:
    (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is lacking (Sec. 51.230(e) of 
this chapter).
    (4) Independence Health Department:
    (i) Authority to require recordkeeping is lacking (Sec. 51.230(e) of 
this chapter).
    (ii) Authority to make emission data available to the public is 
lacking since section 11.161 of the code of the city of Independence 
requires confidential treatment in certain circumstances if the data 
relate to secret processes or trade secrets affecting methods or results 
of manufacture (Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter).
    (5) Springfield Department of Health:
    (i) Authority to abate emissions on an emergency basis is lacking 
(Sec. 51.230(c) of this chapter).
    (ii) Authority to require recordkeeping is lacking (Sec. 51.230(e) 
of this chapter).
    (iii) Authority to make emission data available to the public is 
inadequate because section 2A-42 of the Springfield City Code requires 
confidential treatment of such data in certain circumstances 
(Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter).
    (c) The provisions of Sec. 51.230(d) of this chapter are not met 
since statutory, authority to prevent construction, modification, or 
operation of a facility, building, structure, or installation, or 
combination thereof, which indirectly results or may result in emissions 
of any air pollutant at any location which will prevent the maintenance 
of a national air quality standard is not adequate.
[37 FR 23090, Oct. 28, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 7282, Feb. 25, 1974; 51 
FR 13001, Apr. 17, 1986; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 24367, June 
30, 1987]



Secs. 52.1326--52.1334  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1335  Compliance schedules.

    (a) The compliance schedule for the source identified below is 
approved as a revision to the plan pursuant to Sec. 51.104 and subpart N 
of this chapter. All regulations cited are air pollution control 
regulations of the State, unless otherwise noted.

                                                                        Missouri
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               Source                       Location           Regulation involved        Adopted date          Effective date     Final compliance date
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Pilot Knob Pelleting Co............  Pilot Knob, MO........  V(10 CSR 10-3.050)....  Oct. 19, 1977........  Immediately..........  Dec. 31, 1982.
Union Electric Labadie power plant.  Labadie, MO...........  10 CSR 10-5.090 and 10  June 20, 1979........  July 20, 1979........  Mar. 1, 1984.
                                                              CSR 10-5.030.
St. Joe Minerals Corp., Pea Ridge    Washington County, MO.  10 CSR 10-3,050.......  Mar. 23, 1983........  Mar. 23, 1983........  Dec. 31, 1988.
 Iron Ore Facility.
St. Joe Minerals Corp., Pea Ridge    ......do..............  ......do..............  Apr. 22, 1981........  Dec. 28, 1981........  July 1, 1985.
 Iron Ore Facility.
Associated Electric Cooperative,     Randolph County, MO...  10 CSR 10-3.060 and 10  June 17, 1981........  Jan. 12, 1982........  June 1, 1984.
 Inc., Thomas Hill Power Plant--                              CSR 10-3.080.
 Unit 1.
American Oil Co. (AMOCO)...........  Sugar Creek, MO.......  10 CSR 10-2.260.......  Feb. 18, 1981........  Oct. 1, 1981.........  June 1, 1982.
St. Joe Lead Co....................  Herculaneum, MO.......  Sec.  203.050.1(5)      Aug. 15, 1980........  Immediately..........  Oct. 27, 1984.
                                                              RSM01978.
AMAX Lead Co.......................  Boss, MO..............  ......do..............  ......do.............  ......do.............  Apr. 27, 1985.
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                Source                          Location           Regulation involved         Date adopted
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Columbia Water . Light Department.....  Columbia...............  S-VI...................  Apr. 25, 1973.
Union Electric: Electric generating     Labadie................  X......................  Mar. 28, 1974.
 facility.
    Do................................  Portage des Sioux......  X......................  July 25, 1974.
International Multifoods Corp.:         North Kansas City......  (\1\)..................  Aug. 31, 1976.
 Mechanical sifters.
Meremac Mining Co., furnace and cooler  Pea Ridge..............  II (10 CSR 10-3.050)...  Feb. 23, 1977.
 Nos. 1 through 5.
Empire District Electric Co., Power     Asbury Joplin..........  III (10 CSR 10-3.060) V  Apr. 27, 1977.
 Plant.                                                           (10 CSR 10-3.080).
Missouri Portland Cement Co., clinker   Sugar Creek............  II (10 CSR 10-2.030) V   June 22, 1977.
 cooler No. 1.                                                    (10 CSR 10-2.060).
Missouri Public Service Co., Sibley     Sibley.................  III (10 CSR 10-2.040)..  June 26, 1977.
 powerplant, unit Nos. 1, 2, and 3.
Tamko Asphalt Products, Inc., asphalt   Joplin.................  V (10 CSR 10-3.080)....  July 26, 1977.
 saturating line.
University of Missouri power plant....  Columbia...............  10 CSR 10-3.060........  Feb. 21, 1979.
Noranda Aluminum, Inc.................  New Madrid.............  10 CSR 10-3.050........  Feb. 23, 1977.
Associated Electric Cooperative, Inc.,  ......do...............  110 CSR 10-3.060.......  Apr. 18, 1979.
 Units 1 and 2.
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\1\ Regulation IV, air pollution control regulations for Kansas City metropolitan area.
Note: X=Air Pollution Control Regulations for the St. Louis Metropolitan Area.

[39 FR 30835, Aug. 26, 1974]


    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1335, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.



Secs. 52.1336--52.1338  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1339  Visibility protection.

    (a) The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not 
met because the plan does not include approvable procedures for 
protection of visibility in mandatory Class I Federal areas.
    (b) Long-term strategy. The provisions of Sec. 52.29 are hereby 
incorporated into the applicable plan for the State of Missouri.
[52 FR 45138, Nov. 24, 1987]



                           Subpart BB--Montana



Sec. 52.1370  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plan: ``Implementation Plan for Control of Air 
Pollution in Montana.''
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on March 22, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Non-regulatory changes to the plan involving compliance 
schedules, emergency episodes, and air quality surveillance submitted 
May 10, 1972, by the State Department of Health.
    (2) Plan revisions (Regulation 90-001, Part VI, Part VIII, Part XII) 
submitted June 26, 1972, by the Governor.
    (3) The Governor submitted the Air Quality Maintenance Area 
identification to the Administrator on June 24, 1974.
    (4) The Governor submitted revision to the Air Quality Maintenance 
Areas on January 25, 1975.
    (5) Sulfur oxides control strategy and compliance schedule for the 
American Smelting and Refining Company submitted May 21, 1975, by the 
Governor.
    (6) Sulfur oxides control strategy for the Billings and Laurel areas 
and schedule of Compliance for the Farmers Union Central Exchange 
(CENEX) refinery in Laurel submitted by the Governor on January 26, 
1978.
    (7) On May 5, September 4, and October 1, 1975, the Governor 
submitted revisions which amended regulations applicable to 
incinerators, industrial

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processes, storage of petroleum products, aluminum refineries, and 
malfunctions.
    (8) On April 24, and October 4, 1979, the Governor submitted 
revisions for Anaconda, East Helena, and Laurel--SO2; 
Billings, Butte, Columbia Falls, Colstrip, East Helena, Great Falls, and 
Missoula--TSP; Billings and Missoula--CO; and Yellowstone County--ozone. 
No action is taken with regard to the revised new source review 
regulation, the revised stack height regulation, or the control 
strategies for East Helena SO2 and Yellowstone County ozone.
    (9) On February 21, 1980 the Governor submitted a plan revision to 
meet the requirements of Air Quality Monitoring, 40 CFR part 58, subpart 
C, Sec. 58.20.
    (10) On April 24, October 4, 1979, and January 7, 1980, the Governor 
submitted revisions to meet Part D and other sections of the Clean Air 
Act, as amended in l977. No action is taken with regard to the revised 
stack height regulation.
    (11) On April 21, 1982, and April 22, 1982, Montana submitted 
revisions to the open burning regulation and redesignated the Anaconda 
area from nonattainment to attainment for sulfur dioxide 
(SO2).
    (12) On January 19, 1983, Montana submitted revisions to the State 
Implementation Plan to meet the requirements of Part C, Subpart 1, and 
section 110 of the Clean Air Act.
    (13) On July 20, 1982 Montana submitted revisions which amended the 
State's rules relating to malfunctions.
    (14) Revisions to the SIP for Missoula and Billings Carbon Monoxide 
(CO) and Missoula Total Suspended Particulate (TSP) Attainment Plans 
were submitted by the Governor on August 14, 1981. A revision specifying 
a list of statewide source test procedures was submitted by the Governor 
on September 21, 1981.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from Governor Ted Schwinden to EPA Region VIII Regional 
Administrator dated September 21, 1981, and document entitled ``Montana 
SDHED-AQB Sampling and Analytical Procedures'' as part of the SIP, 
adopted December 31, 1972.
    (B) Missoula City Council Resolution Number 4146 approving 
amendments to Missoula Total Suspended Particulate and Carbon Monoxide 
Air Quality Attainment Plans, adopted on May 4, 1981.
    (C) Missoula Board of County Commissioners Resolution number 81-73 
approving changes in the Missoula TSP and CO State Implementation Plan, 
adopted on May 13, 1981.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) ``Missoula SIP Revisions; Revision to Total Suspended 
Particulates Stategies and Strategy Development and Implementation for 
Carbon Monoxide,'' 1981.
    (B) Certification of approval by Montana Board of Health and 
Environmental Sciences on May 28, 1981 of the ``Transportation Control 
Plan'' (July, 1980) prepared by Billings-Yellowstone City-County 
Planning Board.
    (C) Billings-Yellowstone City-County Planning Board ``Transportation 
Control Plan'', July, 1980, approved on May 28, 1981.
    (15) On September 29, 1983, the Governor submitted the Montana State 
Implementation Plan revision for lead.
    (16) A revision to the East Helena nonattainment plan for sulfur 
dioxide (SO2) was submitted on June 7, 1982, and supplemental 
information was submitted October 4, 1983.
    (17) On September 21, 1981 the Governor submitted a permit which had 
been issued to the Western Energy Company as required in the conditional 
approval of the Colstrip TSP plan.
    (18) In a letter dated March 28, 1986, the Governor submitted 
modifications to the Montana SIP which revised rules governing stack 
height and dispersion techniques. In a letter dated November 25, 1985, 
the Chief of the Air Quality Bureau, Montana, submitted the stack height 
demonstration analysis with supplemental information submitted on 
January 28, 1986. EPA is approving the demonstration analysis for all of 
the stacks except the ASARCO stacks.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions to the Administrative 
Rules of Montana effective on June 13, 1986. The modifications repeal 
Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM 116.8.1201, 116.8.1202 and 
16.8.1203 in Subchapter 12 and adds ARM 16.8.1204 (Definitions), 
16.8.1205 (Requirements), and 16.8.1206 (Exemptions).

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    (B) Stack height demonstration analysis submitted by the State on 
November 25, 1985 (except for materials pertaining to ASARCO), and 
January 28, 1986 (except for meterials pertaining to ASARCO and Appendix 
A).
    (19) On August 21, 1985 and September 5, 1989, the Governor of 
Montana submitted revisions to the plan. The submittal revised existing 
Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) regulations.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Amendments to the Administrative 
Rules of Montana (ARM) 16.8.921 (27), (Definitions), effective April 1, 
1983.
    (B) Amendments to the Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM) 
16.8.921(2), (Definitions), effective September 13, 1985.
    (C) Amendments to the ARM 16.8.921(21) and (27) (Definitions), ARM 
16.8.936 (Exemptions from Review], ARM 1 6.8.937 (Air Quality Models), 
and ARM 16.8.941 (Class I Variances--General), effective June 16, 1989.
    (ii) Additional material. (A) February 29, 1988 letter from Douglas 
Skie, EPA, to Jeffrey Chaffee, Chief of the Montana Air Quality Bureau.
    (B) September 9, 1988 letter from Jeffrey Chaffee, Chief of the 
Montana Air Quality Bureau, to Douglas Skie, EPA.
    (C) December 14, 1988 letter from Douglas Skie, EPA, to Jeffrey 
Chaffee, Chief of the Montana Air Quality Bureau.
    (D) April 28, 1989 letter from Jeffrey Chaffee, Chief of the Montana 
Air Quality Bureau, to Douglas Skie, EPA.
    (20) A revision to the SIP was submitted by the Governor on August 
21, 1985, for visibility monitoring and new source review.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revision to the Montana SIP was made on July 19, 1985, for 
visibility new source review and monitoring.
    (B) Revision to the Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM) was made 
on July 19, 1985, for visibility which includes new regulations ARM 
16.8.1001-.1008 and revising ARM 16.8.1107(3).
    (21) Revisions to Montana TSP SIP for Butte were submitted by 
Governor Ted Schwinden on February 10, 1983.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State of Montana Air Quality Control, Implementation Plan, 
Chapter 5C, Butte, adopted January 14, 1983.
    (B) Air quality Permit 1749 for Anaconda Minerals Company filed 
March 28, 1983.
    (22) Revisions to the Montana CO SIP for Great Falls were submitted 
by the Governor on March 28, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Montana Refining Company permit dated October 20, 1985.
    (B) Stipulation in the matter of the Montana Refining Company dated 
December 2, 1985.
    (ii) Additional material. (A) Montana SIP, chapter 5(3)D. Great 
Falls (Date: March 14, 1986).
    (B) Pre-filed testimony by the Department of Health and 
Environmental Services dated February 28, 1986.
    (23) On March 9, 1988, the Governor submitted a plan revising the 
State's Air Quality Modeling Rule (16.8.937) and its Particulate Matter, 
Fuel Burning Equipment Rule (16.8.1402).
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Modification to the State of 
Montana Air Quality Rules, that is the Air Quality Modeling rule 
(16.8.937) and the Particulate Matter, Fuel Burning Equipment rule 
(16.8.1402) adopted on January 15, 1988.
    (24) On July 13, 1990, the Governor of Montana submitted revisions 
to the Montana Air Quality Rules, Sub-chapter 9, Prevention of 
Significant Deterioration of Air Quality (PSD) Regulations, to 
incorporate the nitrogen dioxide (NO2) increments.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Revisions to the Montana Air 
Quality Rules, Subchapter 9, Prevention of Significant Deterioration of 
Air Quality (PSD) effective on July 12, 1990.
    (ii) Additional material. (A) October 22, 1990 letter from Douglas 
Skie, EPA, to Jeffrey Chaffee, Chief, Montana Air Quality Bureau.
    (B) December 4, 1990 letter from Jeffrey Chaffee, Chief, Montana Air 
Quality Bureau, to Douglas Skie, EPA.
    (C) January 4, 1991 letter from Jeffrey Chaffee, Chief, Montana Air 
Quality Bureau, to Douglas Skie, EPA.
    (D) April 30, 1991 letter from Douglas Skie, EPA, to Jeffrey 
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    (25) On August 20, 1991, the Governor of Montana submitted revisions 
to the plan for new source performance standards and national emission 
standards for hazardous air pollutants.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of Montana 16.8.1423, 
Standards of Performance of New Stationary Sources, and 16.8.1424, 
Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants, adopted July 1, 1991, 
effective July 12, 1991.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter dated April 20, 1992 from Jeffrey T. Chaffee, Chief of 
the Montana Air Quality Bureau, to Doug Skie, Chief of Air Programs 
Branch, EPA Region VIII.
    (26) On April 2, 1992, the Governor of Montana submitted revisions 
to the plan. The revisions included amendments to the Montana Air 
Quality Rules incorporating the July 1, 1991, version of the Montana 
Quality Assurance Manual and streamlining of the procedure for updating 
the Quality Assurance Manual.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions, as adopted March 31, 1992, to the Montana Air Quality 
Rules: 16.8.807 Ambient Air Monitoring, 16.8.809 Methods and Data, and 
the repeal of 16.8.810 Procedures for Reviewing and Revising the Montana 
Quality Assurance Manual.
    (27) On April 25, 1988, the Governor submitted a plan to help assure 
attainment and maintenance of the PM-10 NAAQS throughout the State of 
Montana.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to the Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM) 16.8.821 
(Ambient Air Quality Standards), and ARM 16.8.701, ARM 16.8.806, and ARM 
16.8.921 (Definitions), effective April 29, 1988.
    (B) Amendments to the ARM, subchapter 9 (Prevention of Significant 
Deterioration): sections 16.8.924, 16.8.925, and 16.8.936, effective 
April 29, 1988; section 16.8.937, effective March 11, 1988; section 
16.8.930, effective April 1, 1988; and sections 16.8.922, 16.8.923, 
16.8.926, 16.8.927, 16.8.928, 16.8.929, 16.8.931, 16.8.932, 16.8.933, 
16.8.934, 16.8.935, 16.8.938, 16.8.939, 16.8.940, 16.8.941, 16.8.942, 
16.8.943, effective January 1, 1983.
    (C) Amendments to the ARM, subchapter 10 (Visibility Impact 
Assessment): section 16.8.1007, effective April 29, 1988; and sections 
16.8.1001, 16.8.1002, 16.8.1003, 16.8.1004, 16.8.1005, 16.8.1006, and 
16.8.1008, effective March 11, 1988; section 16.8.930, effective 
September 13, 1985.
    (D) Amendments to the ARM, subchapter 12 (Stack Heights and 
Dispersion Techniques), sections 16.8.1204, 16.8.1205, and 16.8.1206, 
effective June 13, 1986.
    (E) Amendments to the ARM, subchapter 13 (Open Burning), sections 
16.8.1301, 16.8.1302, 16.8.1303, 16.8.1304, 16.8.1305, 16.8.1306, 
16.8.1307, and 16.8.1308, effective April 16, 1982.
    (F) Amendments to the ARM, subchapter 14 (Emission Standards): 
section 16.8.1401, effective February 16, 1979; section 16.8.1402, 
effective March 11, 1988; section 16.8.1403, effective September 5, 
1975; section 16.8.1404, effective June 13, 1986; section 16.8.1406, 
effective December 29, 1978; section 16.8.1419, effective December 31, 
1972; section 16.8.1423, effective March 11, 1988; and section 
16.8.1428, effective June 13, 1986.
    (G) Amendments to the ARM, Sub-Chapter 16 (Combustion Device Tax 
Credit), sections 16.8.1601 and 16.8.1602, effective December 27, 1985.
    (H) Appendix G-2, Montana Smoke Management Plan, effective April 15, 
1988.
    (28) On August 20, 1991, the Governor of Montana submitted revisions 
to the plan for visibility models, new source performance standards, and 
national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of Montana 16.8.1004, 
Visibility Models, 16.8.1423, Standards of Performance for New 
Stationary Sources, and 16.8.1424, Emission Standards for Hazardous Air 
Pollutants, effective December 25, 1992.
    (29) The Governor of Montana submitted a portion of the requirements 
for the moderate nonattainment area PM10 State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) for Butte, Montana with a letter dated July 9, 1992, with 
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dated May 17, 1993. The submittals were made to satisfy those moderate 
PM10 nonattainment area SIP requirements due for Butte on 
November 15, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Stipulation signed October 8, 1991 between the Montana 
Department of Health and Environmental Sciences and the Butte-Silver Bow 
Council of Commissioners, which delineates responsibilities and 
authorities between the two entities.
    (B) Board order issued on November 15, 1991 by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving the Butte-Silver Bow Air 
Pollution Control Program.
    (C) Stipulation between the Montana Department of Health and 
Environmental Sciences (signed September 27, 1991), the Montana 
Department of Transportation (signed October 4, 1991), and the Butte-
Silver Bow Council of Commissioners (signed October 7, 1991) to ensure 
that Butte-Silver Bow and the Montana Department of Transportation 
comply with Butte-Silver Bow Council Resolution No. 1307.
    (D) Butte/Silver Bow Resolution No. 1307, effective March 6, 1991, 
which addresses sanding and chip sealing standards and street sweeping 
and flushing requirements.
    (E) Butte/Silver Bow Ordinance No. 330, effective August 3, 1988, 
which addresses residential wood burning and idling diesel vehicle and 
locomotive requirements.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Air 
Quality Permit #1636A, with a final modification date of October 26, 
1991, for Rhone-Poulenc's elemental phosphorus plant.
    (B) Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Air 
Quality Permit #1749-04, with a final modification date of March 20, 
1992, for Montana Resources, Inc.'s open pit copper and molybdenum mine, 
crushing and milling operation and concentrator.
    (C) Montana Smoke Management Plan, effective April 28, 1988, which 
addresses prescribed burning requirements.
    (D) Federal tailpipe standards, which provide an ongoing benefit due 
to fleet turnover.
    (30) The Governor of Montana submitted a portion of the requirements 
for the moderate nonattainment area PM10 State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) for Missoula, Montana, and the Missoula City-County Air 
Pollution Control Program regulations with letters dated August 20, 1991 
and June 4, 1992. The submittals were made to satisfy those moderate 
PM10 nonattainment area SIP requirements due for Missoula on 
November 15, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Stipulation signed April 29, 1991, between the Montana 
Department of Health and Environmental Sciences and the Missoula City-
County Air Pollution Control Board, which delineates responsibilities 
and authorities between the two entities.
    (B) Board order issued on June 28, 1991, by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving the comprehensive revised 
version of the Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Program.
    (C) Board order issued on March 20, 1992, by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving the amendments to Missoula 
City-County Air Pollution Control Program Rule 1401, concerning the use 
of approved liquid de-icer, and Rule 1428, concerning pellet stoves.
    (D) Missoula County Rule 1401 (7), effective June 28, 1991, which 
addresses sanding and chip sealing standards and street sweeping and 
flushing requirements.
    (E) Missoula County Rule 1401 (9), effective March 20, 1992, which 
addresses liquid de-icer requirements.
    (F) Missoula County Rule 1428, effective June 28, 1991, with 
revisions to sections (2)(l)-(p), (4)(a)(i), and (4)(c)(vi) of Rule 
1428, effective March 20, 1992, which addresses requirements for solid 
fuel burning devices.
    (G) Missoula County Rule 1310 (3), effective June 28, 1991, which 
addresses prescribed wildland open burning.
    (H) Other Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Program 
regulations effective June 28, 1991, as follows: Chapter I. Short Title; 
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Authorities for Program; Chapter IV. Administration; Chapter V. Control 
Board, Meetings-Duties-Powers; Chapter VI. Air Quality Staff; Chapter 
VII. Air Pollution Control Advisory Council; Chapter VIII. Inspections; 
Chapter IX., Subchapter 7 General Provisions; Chapter IX., Subchapter 
14, Emission Standards, Rules 1401, 1402, 1403, 1404, 1406 (with 
amendments effective March 20, 1992), 1411, 1419, 1425, and 1426; 
Chapter XI. Enforcement, Judicial Review and Hearings; Chapter XII. 
Criminal Penalties; Chapter XIII. Civil Penalties; Chapter XIV. Non-
Compliance Penalties; Chapter XV. Separability Clause; Chapter XVI. 
Amendments and Revisions; Chapter XVII. Limitations, and Appendix A, 
Maps.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Air 
Quality Permit 2303-M, with a final modification date of March 20, 
1992, for Louisiana-Pacific Corporation's particle board manufacturing 
facility.
    (B) Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Air 
Quality Permit 2589-M, with a final modification date of January 23, 
1992, for Stone Container Corporation's pulp and paper mill facility.
    (C) Federal tailpipe standards, which provide an ongoing benefit due 
to fleet turnover.
    (31) The Governor of Montana submitted a portion of the requirements 
for the moderate nonattainment area PM10 State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) for Columbia Falls, Montana with letters dated November 25, 
1991, and May 6, 1992, with technical corrections dated June 15, 1993. 
The submittals were made to satisfy those moderate PM10 
nonattainment area SIP requirements due for Columbia Falls on November 
15, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Stipulation signed November 15, 1991, between the Montana 
Department of Health and Environmental Sciences, the Flathead County 
Commission, and the Kalispell City Council and the Columbia Falls City 
Council, which delineates responsibilities and authorities between the 
MDHES and Flathead County.
    (B) Board order issued on November 15, 1991, by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving the Flathead County Air 
Pollution Control Program.
    (C) Flathead County Board of Commissioners Resolution No. 867, 
adopting the Flathead County Air Pollution Control Program and Flathead 
County Air Pollution Control Regulations, with the exception of rules 
501 through 506, signed October 3, 1991.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Air 
Quality Permit  2667-M, with a final modification date of January 24, 
1992, for Plum Creek Manufacturing, Inc. Columbia Falls Operations.
    (B) Montana Smoke Management Plan, effective April 28, 1988, which 
addresses prescribed burning requirements.
    (C) Federal tailpipe standards, which provide an ongoing benefit due 
to fleet turnover.
    (32) On November 6, 1992, Stan Stephens, the Governor of Montana, 
submitted a SIP revision to the Implementation Plan for the Control of 
Air Pollution. This revision establishes and requires the implementation 
of an oxygenated fuels program in Missoula County as required by section 
211(m) of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Missoula City-County Rule 1429, which establishes and requires 
the implementation of an oxygenated fuel program, as adopted June 9, 
1992.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter dated November 6, 1992, from Governor Stan Stephens 
submitting the oxygenated gasoline program SIP revision.
    (B) Stipulation signed June 12, 1991 between the Montana Department 
of Health and Environmental Sciences and the Missoula City-County Air 
Pollution Control Board, which delineates the responsibilities and 
authorities between the two entities.
    (C) Board order issued September 25, 1992 by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving amendments to Missoula City-
County Air Pollution Control Program, adopting Rule 1429 establishing 
and implementing an oxygenated fuels program.
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for the moderate nonattainment area PM10 State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) for Libby, Montana with letters dated November 25, 1991 and 
May 24, 1993, with technical corrections dated June 3, 1994. The 
submittals were to satisfy those moderate PM10 nonattainment 
area SIP requirements due for Libby on November 15, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Stipulation signed October 7, 1991 between the Montana 
Department of Health and Environmental Sciences (MDHES), the County of 
Lincoln and the City of Libby, which delineates responsibilities and 
authorities between the MDHES, Lincoln County and Libby.
    (B) Board order issued on November 15, 1991 by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving the Lincoln County Air 
Pollution Control Program.
    (C) Stipulation signed March 18, 1993 between the Montana Department 
of Health and Environmental Sciences, the County of Lincoln and the City 
of Libby, seeking approval of amendments to the local air pollution 
control program.
    (D) Board order issued on March 19, 1993 by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving amendments to the Lincoln 
County Air Pollution Control Program.
    (E) Letter dated February 4, 1993, from Kendra J. Lind, Lincoln 
County Department of Environmental Health, to Gretchen Bennitt, Air 
Quality Bureau, Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences, 
which explains the local adoption process and effective date of 
amendments to the Lincoln County Air Quality Control Program 
regulations.
    (F) Lincoln County Board of Commissioners Resolution No. 276, signed 
December, 23, 1992, and Libby City Council Ordinance No. 1470, signed 
February 1, 1993, adopting amendments to the Lincoln County Air Quality 
Control Program regulations 1 through 7.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Air 
Quality Permit #2627-M, with a final modification date of July 25, 1991, 
for Stimson Lumber Company (formerly Champion International 
Corporation), Libby Facility.
    (B) Montana Smoke Management Plan, effective April 28, 1988, which 
addresses prescribed burning requirements.
    (C) Federal tailpipe standards, which provide an ongoing benefit due 
to fleet turnover.
    (34) On October 19, 1992, the Governor of Montana submitted a plan 
for the establishment and implementation of a Small Business Stationary 
Source Technical and Environmental Compliance Assistance Program to be 
incorporated into the Montana State Implementation Plan as required by 
section 507 of the Clean Air Act.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Montana Code Annotated, Sections 75-2-106, 75-2-107, 75-2-108, 
75-2-109 and 75-2-220, to establish and fund a small business stationary 
source technical and environmental compliance assistance program, 
effective April 24, 1993.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) October 19, 1992 letter from the Governor of Montana submitting 
a Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental 
Compliance Assistance Program plan to EPA.
    (B) The State of Montana plan for the establishment and 
implementation of a Small Business Stationary Source Technical and 
Environmental Compliance Assistance Program, adopted by the Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences on September 25, 1992, effective 
September 25, 1992.
    (35) The Governor of Montana submitted PM10 and CO 
contingency measures for Missoula, Montana in a letter dated March 2, 
1994. The Governor of Montana also submitted the Missoula City-County 
Air Pollution Control Program in a letter dated August 20, 1991, with 
amendments submitted in letters dated June 4, 1992 and March 2, 1994. 
The March 2, 1994 submittal satisfies several commitments made by the 
State in its original PM10 moderate nonattainment area SIP.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Board order issued on November 19, 1993 by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving the amendments to Missoula

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City-County Air Pollution Control Program Chapter VII, VIII, and IX, 
regarding, among other things, the PM10 and CO contingency 
measures, inspections, emergency procedures, permitting, and wood-waste 
burners.
    (B) Missoula City-County Chapter IX, Subchapter 3, effective 
November 19, 1993, which addresses the PM10 and CO 
contingency measure selection process.
    (C) Missoula  City-County  Rule 1401(7), effective November 19, 
1993, which addresses PM10 contingency measure requirements 
for an expanded area of regulated road sanding materials.
    (D) Missoula City-County Rule 1428(5) and 1428(7), effective 
November 19, 1993, which addresses PM10 and CO contingency 
measure requirements for solid fuel burning devices.
    (E) Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Program Chapter IX, 
Subchapter 13, Open Burning, effective June 28, 1991.
    (F) Other Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Program 
regulations effective June 28, 1991, with amendments effective on March 
20, 1992 and November 19, 1993, as follows: all portions of Chapter IX, 
Subchapter 11, Permit, Construction and Operation of Air Contaminant 
Sources, except, Rules 1102(3), 1105(2), and 1111(2).
    (G) Other Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Program 
regulations effective June 28, 1991, with amendments effective on 
November 19, 1993, as follows: Chapter IX, Subchapter 4, Emergency 
Procedures and Chapter IX, Subchapter 14, Rule 1407, Prevention, 
Abatement and Control of Air Pollution from Wood-Waste Burners.
    (H) Minor revisions to Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control 
Program Chapter VII, Air Quality Advisory Council, and Chapter VIII, 
Inspections, effective on November 19, 1993, as follows: Chapter VII(1) 
and Chapter VIII(4).
    (36) The Governor of Montana submitted PM10 contingency 
measures for Butte, Montana in a letter dated August 26, 1994. This 
submittal also contained revisions to the attainment and maintenance 
demonstrations for the moderate PM10 nonattainment area SIP, 
due to modifications made to the Air Quality Permit for Montana 
Resources, Inc.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Board order issued on May 20, 1994 by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving the amendments to the Butte/
Silver Bow Air Pollution Control Program regarding the PM10 
contingency measure.
    (B) Butte/Silver Bow Ordinance No. 468, effective May 20, 1994, 
which addresses PM10 contingency measure requirements for 
liquid de-icer application.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Montana Department of Health and Environmental Sciences Air 
Quality Permit #1749-05, as revised with a final modification date of 
January 5, 1994, for Montana Resources, Inc.'s open pit copper and 
molybdenum mine, crushing and milling operation, and concentrator.
    (37) The Governor of Montana submitted a SIP revision meeting the 
requirements for the primary SO2 NAAQS State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) for the East Helena, Montana nonattainment area with a letter 
dated March 30, 1994. The submittal was to satisfy those SO2 
nonattainment area SIP requirements due for East Helena on May 15, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Stipulation signed March 15, 1994, between the Montana 
Department of Health and Environmental Sciences (MDHES) and Asarco, 
Incorporated, which specifies SO2 emission limitations and 
requirements for the company's primary lead smelter located in East 
Helena, MT.
    (B) Board order issued on March 18, 1994, by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving and adopting the control 
strategy for achieving and maintaining the primary SO2 NAAQS 
in the East Helena area.
    (38)  [Reserved]
    (39) On May 17, 1994, the Governor of Montana submitted revisions to 
the Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM) regarding nonattainment new 
source review, prevention of significant deterioration, general 
construction permitting, wood waste burners, source test methods, new 
source performance standards, and national emission standards for 
hazardous air pollutants.

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Also, the Governor requested that all existing State regulations 
approved in the SIP be replaced with the October 1, 1979 codification of 
the ARM as in effect on March 30, 1994. EPA is replacing all of the 
previously approved State regulations, except ARM 16.8.1302 and 
16.8.1307, with those regulations listed in paragraph (c)(39)(i)(A) of 
this section. ARM 16.8.1302 and 16.8.1307, as in effect on April 16, 
1982 and as approved by EPA at 40 CFR 52.1370(c)(11), will remain part 
of the SIP.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM) Sections 16.8.201-202, 
16.8.301-304, and 16.8.401-404, effective 12/31/72; Section 16.8.701, 
effective 12/10/93; Section 16.8.704, effective 2/14/87; Section 
16.8.705, effective 6/18/82; Section 16.8.707, effective 9/13/85; 
Sections 16.8.708-709, effective 12/10/93; Sections 16.8.945-963, 
effective 12/10/93; Sections 16.8.1001-1003, effective 9/13/85; Section 
16.8.1004, effective 12/25/92; Sections 16.8.1005-1006, effective 9/13/
85; Section 16.8.1007, effective 4/29/88; Section 16.8.1008, effective 
9/13/85; Section 16.8.1101, effective 6/16/89; Section 16.8.1102, 
effective 2/14/87; Section 16.8.1103, effective 6/16/89; Section 
16.8.1104, effective 3/16/79; Section 16.8.1105, effective 12/27/91; 
Sections 16.8.1107 and 16.8.1109, effective 12/10/93; Sections 
16.8.1110-1112. effective 3/16/79; Section 16.8.1113, effective 2/14/87; 
Section 16.8.1114, effective 12/10/93; Sections 16.8.1115, 16.8.1117, 
and 16.8.1118, effective 3/16/79; Sections 16.8.1119-1120, effective 12/
10/93; Sections 16.8.1204-1206, effective 6/13/86; Sections 16.8.1301 
and 16.8.1303, effective 4/16/82; Section 16.8.1304, effective 9/11/92; 
Section 16.8.1305, effective 4/16/82; Section 16.8.1306, effective 4/1/
82; Section 16.8.1308, effective 10/16/92; Section 16.8.1401, effective 
10/29/93; Section 16.8.1402, effective 3/11/88; Section 16.8.1403, 
effective 9/5/75; Section 16.8.1404, effective 6/13/86; Section 
16.8.1406, effective 12/29/78; Section 16.8.1407, effective 10/29/93; 
Section 16.8.1411, effective 12/31/72; Section 16.8.1412, effective 3/
13/81; Section 16.8.1413, effective 12/31/72; Section 16.8.1419, 
effective 12/31/72; Sections 16.8.1423, 16.8.1424, and 16.8.1425 (except 
16.8.1425(1)(c) and (2)(d)), effective 10/29/93; Section 16.8.1426, 
effective 12/31/72; Sections 16.8.1428-1430, effective 10/29/93; Section 
16.8.1501, effective 2/10/89; Section 16.8.1502, effective 2/26/82; 
Section 16.8.1503, effective 2/10/89; Sections 16.8.1504-1505, effective 
2/26/82; Sections 16.8.1701-1705, effective 12/10/93; and Sections 
16.8.1801-1806, effective 12/10/93.
    (40) The Governor of Montana submitted a PM10 plan for 
Kalispell, Montana in a letter dated November 25, 1991. The Governor of 
Montana later submitted additional materials in letters dated January 
11, 1994, August 26, 1994, and July 18, 1995. The August 26, 1994, and 
July 18, 1995 submittals also contain the Kalispell Contingency Measure 
Plan. The August 26, 1994, submittal also contains the Columbia Falls 
PM10 contingency measures and minor revisions to the 
attainment and maintenance demonstrations for the moderate 
PM10 nonattainment area SIP for Columbia Falls. Finally, the 
August 26, 1994, submittal contains revisions to the Flathead County Air 
Pollution Control Program regulations.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Stipulations signed September 15, 1993 between the Montana 
Department of Health and Environmental Sciences and the following 
industries: A-1 Paving; Equity Supply Company; Flathead Road Dept. (two 
stipulations issued); Klingler Lumber Co.; McElroy and Wilkins; and 
Montana Mokko.
    (B) Stipulations signed September 17, 1993 between the Montana 
Department of Health and Environmental Sciences and the following 
industries: Pack and Company, Inc.; Pack Concrete; and Plum Creek Inc. 
(Evergreen).
    (C) Board Order issued on September 17, 1993, by the Montana Board 
of Health and Environmental Sciences enforcing emissions limitations 
specified by stipulations signed by both the Montana Department of 
Health and Environmental Services and participating facilities. The 
participating facilities included: A-1 Paving; Equity Supply Company; 
Flathead Road Dept. (two stipulations issued); Klingler Lumber Co.; 
McElroy and Wilkins; Montana Mokko; Pack and Company, Inc.; Pack 
Concrete; and Plum Creek Inc. (Evergreen).
    (D) Flathead County Board of Commissioners Resolution No. 867B, 
dated

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April 4, 1994, adopting the Flathead County Air Pollution Control 
Program.
    (E) Board Order issued May 20, 1994, by the Montana Board of Health 
and Environmental Sciences approving the Flathead County Air Pollution 
Control Program.
    (F) Flathead County Air Pollution Control Program, including all 
regulations found in Chapter VIII, Sub-Chapters 1-6, effective May 20, 
1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Montana Smoke Management Plan, effective April 28, 1988, which 
addresses prescribed burning requirements.
    (B) Federal tailpipe standards, which provide an ongoing benefit due 
to fleet turnover.
    (41) The Governor of Montana submitted revisions to the Missoula 
City-County Air Pollution Control Program in a letter dated March 3, 
1995. In addition, the March 3, 1995 submittal satisfies the one 
remaining commitment made by the State in its original PM10 
moderate nonattainment area SIP.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Board order issued on September 16, 1994 by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences approving the amendments to Missoula 
City-County Air Pollution Control Program Chapters IX and XVI regarding, 
among other things, emergency procedures, paving of private roads, 
driveways, and parking lots, National standards of performance for new 
stationary sources, National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air 
Pollutants, and solid fuel burning devices.
    (B) Missoula City-County Rule 401, Missoula County Air Stagnation 
Plan, effective September 16, 1994.
    (C) Missoula City-County Rule 1401, Prevent Particulate Matter from 
Being Airborne, effective September 16, 1994.
    (D) Missoula City-County Rule 1423, Standard of Performance for New 
Stationary Sources, effective September 16, 1994.
    (E) Missoula City-County Rule 1424, Emission Standards for Hazardous 
Air Pollutants, effective September 16, 1994.
    (F) Missoula City-County Rule 1428, Solid Fuel Burning Devices, 
effective September 16, 1994.
    (G) Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Program Chapter XVI, 
Amendments and Revisions, effective September 16, 1994.
    (42)  [Reserved]
    (43) On May 22, 1995, the Governor of Montana submitted revisions to 
the plan, which included revisions to the State's open burning 
regulation and other minor administrative revisions.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM), 
16.8.1301-1310, effective September 9, 1994; and
    (B) Revisions to the ARM, 16.8.708, 16.8.946, 16.8.1120, 16.8.1429, 
16.8.1702, 16.8.1802, and 16.8.2003, effective October 28, 1994.
    (44) The Governor of Montana submitted PM10 contingency 
measures and a recodification of the local regulations for Libby, 
Montana in a letter dated March 15, 1995. In addition, the Governor of 
Montana submitted revisions to the local open burning regulations and 
other minor administrative amendments on May 13, 1996.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Board order issued on December 16, 1994 by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences adopting stipulation of the Montana 
Department of Health and Environmental Sciences and Stimson Lumber 
Company.
    (B) Board order issued December 16, 1994 by the Montana Board of 
Health and Environmental Sciences adopting the PM10 
contingency measures as part of the Libby air pollution control program.
    (C) Board order issued on February 1, 1996 by the Montana Board of 
Environmental Review approving amendments to the Libby Air Pollution 
Control Program.
    (D) Lincoln Board of Commissioners Resolution No. 377, signed 
September 27, 1995, and Libby City Council Ordinance No. 1507, signed 
November 20, 1995, adopting revisions to the Lincoln County Air 
Pollution Control Program, Sections 75.1.103 through 75.1.719.
    (E) Lincoln County Air Pollution Control Program, Sections 75.1.101 
through 75.1.719, effective December 21, 1995.
[37 FR 10877, May 31, 1972]

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    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1370, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.



Sec. 52.1371  Classification of regions.

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

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                                                                              Pollutant
                                                    ------------------------------------------------------------
             Air quality control region              Particulate    Sulfur     Nitrogen     Carbon
                                                        matter      oxides      dioxide    monoxide      Ozone
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Billings Intrastate................................           II          II         III         III         III
Great Falls Intrastate.............................          III          IA         III         III         III
Helena Intrastate..................................           IA          IA         III         III         III
Miles City Intrastate..............................          III         III         III         III         III
Missoula Intrastate................................            I         III         III         III         III
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[37 FR 10877, May 31, 1972, as amended at 45 FR 14043, Mar. 4, 1980]



Sec. 52.1372  Approval status.

    With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Montana's plans for the attainment and maintenance of the 
national standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, 
the Administrator finds the plans satisfy all requirements of Part D, 
Title I, of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1977, except as noted below.
[45 FR 2036, Jan. 10, 1980]



Sec. 52.1373  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.

    (a) Part D--Conditional Approval-- The East Helena plan is approved 
provided that the following conditions are met by May 1, 1981:
    (1) A field study will be performed in the vicinity of the ASARCO 
smelter complex which clearly demonstrates the stack height for the 
blast furnace stack which represents good engineering practice; and
    (2) The control strategy will be amended, if necessary, to 
demonstrate attainment of the national standards using the good 
engineering practice stack height determined through the field study.
[45 FR 76688, Nov. 20, 1980]



Sec. 52.1374  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1375  Attainment dates for national standards.

    The attainment date for the secondary NAAQS for sulfur dioxide for 
East Helena is December 31, 1982.
[61 FR 16061, Apr. 11, 1996]



Sec. 52.1376  Extensions.

    On October 7, 1993, EPA granted the request by the State for the 
full three years allowed by section 172(b) of the CAA, as amended in 
1990, for submittal of the SIP for the East Helena area to attain and 
maintain the sulfur dioxide secondary NAAQS. Therefore, the SIP for the 
area was due November 15, 1993. The SIP was not submitted by that date.
[61 FR 16062, Apr. 11, 1996]



Sec. 52.1377  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1378  General requirements.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.116(c) of this chapter are not met 
since the legal authority to provide for public availability of emission 
data is inadequate.
    (b) Regulation for public availability of emission data. (1) Any 
person who cannot obtain emission data from the Agency responsible for 
making emission data available to the public, as specified in the 
applicable plan, concerning emissions from any source subject to 
emission limitations which are part of the approved plan may request 
that the appropriate Regional Administrator obtain and make public such 
data. Within 30 days after receipt of any such written request, the 
Regional Administrator shall require the owner or operator of any such 
source to submit information within 30 days on the nature and amounts of 
emissions from such source and any other information as may be deemed 
necessary by the Regional Administrator to determine whether such source 
is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or

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other control measures that are part of the applicable plan.
    (2) Commencing after the initial nonecessary by the Regional 
Administrator pursuant to paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the owner or 
operator of the source shall maintain records of the nature and amounts 
of emissions from such source and any other information as may be deemed 
necessary by the Regional Administrator to determine whether such source 
is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control 
measures that are part of the plan. The information recorded shall be 
summarized and reported to the Regional Administrator, on forms 
furnished by the Regional Administrator, and shall be submitted within 
45 days after the end of the reporting period. Reporting periods are 
January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31.
    (3) Information recorded by the owner or operator and copies of this 
summarizing report submitted to the Regional Administrator shall be 
retained by the owner or operator for 2 years after the date on which 
the pertinent report is submitted.
    (4) Emission data obtained from owners or operators of stationary 
sources will be correlated with applicable emission limitations and 
other control measures that are part of the applicable plan and will be 
available at the appropriate regional office and at other locations in 
the state designated by the Regional Administrator.
[39 FR 34536, Sept. 26, 1974, as amended at 40 FR 55331, Nov. 28, 1975; 
51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1379  Legal authority.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter are not met, 
since section 69-3918 of the Montana Clean Air Act could, in some 
circumstances prohibit the disclosure of emission data to the public. 
Therefore, section 69-3918 is disapproved.
[39 FR 34536, Sept. 26, 1974, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Secs. 52.1380--52.1381  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1382  Prevention of significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The Montana plan, as submitted, is approved as meeting the 
requirements of Part C, Subpart 1 of the Clean Air Act, except that it 
does not apply to sources proposing to construct on Indian Reservations.
    (b) Regulation for preventing of significant deterioration of air 
quality. The provisions of Sec. 52.21 (b) through (w) are hereby 
incorporated by reference and made a part of the Montana State 
Implementation Plan and are applicable to proposed major stationary 
sources or major modifications to be located on Indian Reservations.
    (c)(1) Except as set forth in this paragraph, all areas of Montana 
are designated Class II.
    (2) The Northern Cheyene Indian Reservation is designated Class I.
    (3) The Flathead Indian Reservation is designated Class I.
    (4) The Fort Peck Indian Reservation is designated Class I.
[42 FR 40697, Aug. 11, 1977, as amended at 47 FR 23928, June 2, 1982; 48 
FR 20233, May 5, 1983; 49 FR 4735, Feb. 8, 1984; 53 FR 48645, Dec. 2, 
1988; 55 FR 19262, May 9, 1990; 55 FR 22333, June 1, 1990]



Sec. 52.1384  Emission control regulations.

    (a)  [Reserved]
    (b) The provisions for the open burning of creosote-treated railroad 
ties in the Administrative Rules of Montana (ARM) 16.8.1302 and 
16.8.1307, which were submitted by the Governor on April 9, 1991, are 
disapproved because:
    (1) The regulations do not adequately demonstrate how public health 
and welfare will be protected, in direct conflict with section 75-2-102 
of the Montana Clean Air Act, as approved in the SIP;
    (2) The regulations do not satisfy the enforcement imperatives of 
section 110(a)(2) of the Clean Air Act, which require that a plan 
contain enforceable emission limitations and a program for determining 
compliance; and

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    (3) The revised regulations relax the control of emissions without 
any accompanying analysis demonstrating that these relaxations will not 
interfere with attainment and maintenance of the PM-10 national ambient 
air quality standards, and without any accompanying analysis 
demonstrating the potential impact on PM-10 nonattainment areas in the 
State and whether equivalent or greater emission reductions are insured 
in such areas, per the requirements of sections 110(1) and 193 of the 
amended Clean Air Act.
    (c) The provisions in ARM 16.8.1425(1)(c) and (2)(d) of the State's 
rule regulating hydrocarbon emissions from petroleum products, which 
were submitted by the Governor of Montana on May 17, 1994 and which 
allow discretion by the State to allow different equipment than that 
required by this rule, are disapproved. Such discretion cannot be 
allowed without requiring EPA review and approval of the alternative 
equipment to ensure that it is equivalent in efficiency to that 
equipment required in the approved SIP.
[57 FR 57347, Dec. 4, 1992, as amended at 57 FR 60486, Dec. 21, 1993; 60 
FR 36722, July 18, 1995]



Sec. 52.1385  Source surveillance.

    (a) Part D--Conditional Approval--The requirements of section 110 of 
the Clean Air Act are not met since the State does not specify source 
testing procedures in many of its emission limitations. However, this 
section is approved provided the State submits a list of acceptable 
source test methods for each emission limitation by August 1, 1980.
[45 FR 62985, Sept. 23, 1980]



Sec. 52.1386  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1387  Visibility protection.

    (a) The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not 
met because the plan does not include approvable procedures for 
protection of visibility in mandatory Class I Federal areas.
    (b) Long-term strategy. The provisions of Sec. 52.29 are hereby 
incorporated into the applicable plan for the State of Montana.
[52 FR 45138, Nov. 24, 1987]



Sec. 52.1388  Stack height regulations.

    The State of Montana has committed to revise its stack height 
regulations should EPA complete rulemaking to respond to the decision in 
NRDC v. Thomas, 838 F. 2d 1224 (D.C. Cir. 1988). In a letter to Douglas 
M. Skie, EPA, dated May 6, 1988, Jeffrey T. Chaffee, Chief, Air Quality 
Bureau, stated:

    * * * We are submitting this letter to allow EPA to continue to 
process our current SIP submittal with the understanding that if EPA's 
response to the NRDC remand modifies the July 8, 1985 regulations, EPA 
will notify the State of the rules that must be changed to comply with 
the EPA's modified requirements. The State of Montana agrees to make the 
appropriate changes.
[54 FR 24341, June 7, 1989. Redesignated at 55 FR 19262, May 9, 1990]



Sec. 52.1389  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1390  Missoula variance provision.

    The Missoula City-County Air Pollution Control Program's Chapter X, 
Variances, which was adopted by the Montana Board of Health and 
Environmental Sciences on June 28, 1991 and submitted by the Governor of 
Montana to EPA in a letter dated August 20, 1991, is disapproved. This 
rule is inconsistent with section 110(i) of the Clean Air Act, which 
prohibits any State or EPA from granting a variance from any requirement 
of an applicable implementation plan with respect to a stationary 
source.
[59 FR 64139, Dec. 13, 1994]



Sec. 52.1391  Emission inventories.

    The Governor of the State of Montana submitted the 1990 carbon 
monoxide base year emission inventories for Missoula and Billings on 
July 18, 1995, as a revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP). The 
Governor submitted the 1990 carbon monoxide base year emission inventory 
for Great Falls on April 23, 1997, as a revision to the SIP. The 
inventories address emissions from point, area, on-road mobile, and non-
road sources. These 1990 base

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year carbon monoxide inventories satisfy the nonattainment area 
requirements of the Clean Air Act of section 187(a)(1) for Missoula and 
section 172(c)(3) for Billings and Great Falls.
[62 FR 65616, Dec. 15, 1997]



                          Subpart CC--Nebraska



Sec. 52.1420  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plan: ``Air Quality Implementation Plan for the State 
of Nebraska.''
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 28, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Request submitted by the Governor on January 24, 1972, for a 
two-year extension in order to meet the primary standard for NOx in the 
Omaha-Council Bluffs AQCR. (Non-regulatory)
    (2) Clarification of section 11 of the State plan submitted on 
February 16, 1972 by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Control. 
(Non-regulatory)
    (3) A confirmation that the State does not have air quality control 
standards based on the enclosed disapproval of the State Attorney 
General was submitted on April 25, 1972 by the Nebraska Department of 
Environmental Control. (Non-regulatory)
    (4) Revision of Rules 3 through 18 and Rule 21 and 22 submitted on 
June 9, 1972, by the Governor.
    (5) Amendments to the Omaha Air Pollution Control Ordinance 26350 
submitted on June 29, 1972, by the Governor.
    (6) Letters submitted September 26 and 27, 1972, from the State 
Department of Environmental Control revising Rule 3 and Rule 5 of the 
State Rules and Regulations.
    (7) Letters clarifying the application of the State emergency 
episode, rule 22(a), submitted October 2, 1972, by the State Department 
of Environmental Control. (Non-regulatory).
    (8) Revision of the State air regulations to expand emission 
limitations to apply State-wide, change procedures for preconstruction 
review of new sources, change procedures for disapproving construction 
permits for new or modified sources and add new sulfur oxide emission 
standards was submitted on February 27, 1974, by the Nebraska Department 
of Environmental Control.
    (9) Copy of the State's analysis of ambient air quality in Standard 
Metropolitan Statistical Areas in the State and recommendations for 
designation of Air Quality Maintenance Areas submitted by the Department 
of Environmental Control on May 9, 1974. (Non-regulatory)
    (10) Compliance schedules were submitted by the Department of 
Environmental Control on September 13, 1974.
    (11) Compliance schedules were submitted by the Department of 
Environmental Control on February 21, 1975.
    (12) Compliance schedules were submitted by the Department of 
Environmental Control on May 23, 1975.
    (13) Revision of regulations to include the second group of New 
Source Performance Standards and provide for granting of post-attainment 
variances and releasing of emission data was submitted on August 5, 
1975, by the Governor.
    (14) Compliance schedules were submitted by the Governor on August 
27, 1975.
    (15) Compliance schedules were submitted by the Governor on January 
1, 1976.
    (16) Compliance schedules were submitted by the Department of 
Environmental Control on January 15, 1976.
    (17) Amended State law (LB1029) giving the Department of 
Environmental Control authority to require monitoring of emissions, 
require reporting of emissions and release emission data was submitted 
by the Governor on February 10, 1976.
    (18) Compliance schedules were submitted by the Governor on April 
23, 1976.
    (19) Compliance schedules were submitted by the Governor on October 
27, 1976.
    (20) Revised Rule 17, requiring continuous opacity monitoring by 
power plants, was submitted on November 2, 1976, by the Governor.
    (21) A plan revision to meet the requirements of 40 CFR 58.20, 
dealing with statewide air quality monitoring and data reporting, was 
submitted by the Governor on June 19, 1981.

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    (22) Revised Rule 13, granting an increase in the visible emission 
limitations for existing teepee waste wood burners and alfalfa 
dehydrators, was submitted by the Governor on December 29, 1977.
    (23) Revision to the SIP concerning the adoption of the Lancaster 
County Air Pollution Control Resolution was submitted by the Governor on 
April 4, 1977.
    (24) Revision to the SIP concerning the adoption of the revised 
local air pollution control ordinances for the cities of Omaha and 
Lincoln was submitted by the Governor on December 27, 1977.
    (25) State plan revisions and corrections thereto to attain the 
National Ambient Air Quality Standards for total suspended particulate 
in Douglas and Cass Counties, designated as nonattainment under section 
107 of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977, were submitted by the 
Governor on September 25, 1980, and on August 9, 1982. Included in the 
plan are revised Rule 6, and new Rule 5A.
    (26) New Rule 18, ``Compliance; Exceptions Due to Startup, Shutdown, 
or Malfunction,'' was submitted by the Governor on August 9, 1982.
    (27) A plan revision to provide for Intergovernmental Consultation 
and Coordination and for Public Notification was submitted to EPA by the 
Governor of Nebraska on August 9, 1982.
    (28) A plan revision for attaining and maintaining the National 
Ambient Air Quality Standard for Lead in the State of Nebraska was 
submitted to EPA on January 9, 1981, by the Governor. Additional 
material was submitted by the State on August 5, 1981 and January 11, 
1983. All portions of the submittals are approved except the control 
strategy for Omaha and the request for a two year extension to attain 
the lead standard in Omaha.
    (29) Revisions to Rule 1, ``Definitions,'' and to Rule 4, ``New and 
Complex Sources; Standards of Performance, Application for Permit, When 
Required;'' and a new regulation: Rule 4.01, ``Prevention of Significant 
Deterioration of Air Quality,'' were submitted by the Governor on May 
23, 1983; clarifying letter dated May 30, 1984.
    (30) On July 24, 1984, Nebraska submitted a lead SIP for Omaha. 
Additional portions of the Omaha lead SIP were submitted by the State on 
November 17, 1983, and August 1, 1984. EPA withheld action on the 
enforceable control measures contained in the Omaha lead SIP, but 
approved all other portions.
    (31) Revisions to Chapter 10 ``Incinerators; Emission Standards;'' 
Chapter 12 ``Sulfur Compound Emissions; Emission Standards;'' Chapter 14 
``Open Fires, Prohibited; Exceptions;'' and Chapter 20 ``Emission 
Sources; Testing: Monitoring'' were submitted by the Governor on October 
6, 1983.
    (32) Revisions to Chapter 1, ``Definitions''; Chapter 4, ``Reporting 
and Operating Permits for Existing Sources; When Required''; and Chapter 
5, ``New, Modified, and Reconstructed Sources; Standards of Performance, 
Application for Permit, When Required'', were submitted by the Governor 
on October 6, 1983. These revisions deleted the review requirements for 
complex sources of air pollution for the entire State. These review 
requirements were adopted by the State on February 22, 1974 (submitted 
on February 27, 1974) and were approved by EPA on September 9, 1975. See 
paragraph (c)(8) above. Approval action was taken on the deletion of 
these requirements except as they pertain to the Lincoln and Omaha CO 
nonattainment areas.
    (33) A State Implementation Plan revision to provide for attainment 
of the carbon monoxide standard in Omaha was submitted by Governor 
Kerrey on April 3, 1985. Action was also taken to delete review 
requirements for complex sources of air pollution in Omaha; see 
paragraph (c)(32) of this section.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) An RFP curve from page 27 of the Carbon Monoxide State 
Implementation Plan for Omaha, Nebraska, dated January 18, 1985.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Narrative submittal entitled ``Carbon Monoxide State 
Implementation Plan for Omaha, Nebraska'', including an attainment 
demonstration.
    (B) Emission Inventory for carbon monoxide sources.
    (34) A State Implementation Plan revision to provide for attainment 
of the

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carbon monoxide standard in Lincoln was submitted by Governor Kerrey on 
April 3, 1985. Action was also taken to delete review requirements for 
complex sources of air pollution in Lincoln; see paragraph (c)(32) of 
this section.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) An RFP table from page 18 of the State Implementation Plan 
Revision for Carbon Monoxide for Lincoln, Nebraska, adopted on March 1, 
1985.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Narrative submittal entitled, ``State Implementation Plan 
Revision for Carbon Monoxide for Lincoln, Nebraska'', including an 
attainment demonstration.
    (B) Emission Inventory for carbon monoxide sources.
    (35) On February 2, 1987, Nebraska submitted revisions to the lead 
SIP for Omaha. The revisions contained a revised demonstration of 
attainment of the lead standard in Omaha, a revised control strategy to 
provide the lead emission reductions claimed in the demonstration of 
attainment, and Administrative Order No. 753 dated August 22, 1985, as 
amended by Amended Administrative Order No. 753 dated May 9, 1986, and 
by Second Amended Administrative Order No. 753 dated November 12, 1986. 
All items in the revisions were approved.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Administrative Order 753 dated August 22, 1985, issued by the 
Nebraska Department of Environmental Control to ASARCO Incorporated.
    (B) Amended Administrative Order 753 dated May 9, 1986, issued by 
the Nebraska Department of Environmental Control to ASARCO Incorporated.
    (C) Second Amended Administrative Order 753 dated November 12, 1986, 
issued by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Control to ASARCO 
Incorporated.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) 1986 Revised Demonstration of Attainment and Control Measures 
for the Nebraska State Implementation Plan for Lead--Omaha, submitted by 
ASARCO Incorporated, October 3, 1986.
    (36) Revisions to Chapter 1, ``Definitions'', paragraphs 024, 025, 
030, 037, 049; and Chapter 5, ``Stack Heights: Good Engineering Practice 
(GEP)'', were submitted by the Governor on May 6, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to Chapter 1, ``Definitions'', paragraphs 024, 025, 
030, 037, 049; and Chapter 5, ``Stack Heights: Good Engineering Practice 
(GEP)'', effective May 5, 1986.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) None.
    (37) Revised Title 129 of Nebraska Air Pollution Control rules and 
regulations pertaining to PM10 and other rule revisions 
submitted by the Governor of Nebraska on June 15, 1988.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Nebraska Department of 
Environmental Control Title 129--Nebraska Air Pollution Control rules 
and regulations adopted by the Nebraska Environmental Control Council 
February 5, 1988, effective June 5, 1988. The following Nebraska rules 
are not approved: Chapter 1, definition at 013, ``Best Available Control 
Technology''; Chapter 4, section 004.01G, except as it applies to lead; 
Chapter 6, section 002.04 and section 007; Appendix III except for lead; 
Chapter 6, section 001 pertaining to NSPS; and Chapter 12 pertaining to 
NESHAP.
    (B) Nebraska Department of Environmental Control Title 115--Rules of 
Practice and Procedure, amended effective July 24, 1987.
    (ii) Additional information. (A) None.
    (38) Plan revisions were submitted by the Nebraska Department of 
Environmental Control on March 8, 1991, which implement EPA's October 
17, 1988, PSD NOx requirements.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to title 129, chapter 7, entitled ``Prevention of 
Significant Deterioration of Air Quality,'' were adopted by the Nebraska 
Enviromental Control Council on December 7, 1990, and became effective 
February 20, 1991.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter from the state submitted March 8, 1991, pertaining to 
NOx rules and analysis which certifies the material became 
effective on February 20, 1991.
    (39) Plan revisions were submitted by the Governor of Nebraska on 
March 8, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.

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    (A) Revisions to Nebraska Department of Environmental Control Title 
129--Nebraska Air Pollution Control Rules and Regulations adopted by the 
Nebraska Environmental Control Council December 7, 1990, effective 
February 20, 1991. Revisions to the following sections are approved in 
this action: Chapter 1 (deletion of section 068), chapter 3 (deletion of 
``National'' from the chapter title), chapter 4 (section 004.02), 
chapter 7 (section 001), chapter 10 (section 002), chapter 11 (section 
002 and section 005), chapter 15 (section 002.07C), and chapter 16 
(sections 001, 002.01, 002.02, and 002.03.)
    (40) The Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality submitted the 
Small Business Assistance program State Implementation Plan revision on 
November 12, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revision to the Nebraska State Implementation Plan for the Small 
Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance 
Assistance Program was adopted by the state of Nebraska on November 12, 
1992, and became effective on the same date.
    (41) On February 16, 1994, the Director of the Nebraska Department 
of Environmental Quality submitted revisions to the State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) to create a Class II operating permit program, Part D NSR 
rule changes, SO2 rule corrections, and the use of enhanced 
monitoring.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revised rules ``Title 129--Nebraska Air Quality Regulations,'' 
effective December 17, 1993. This revision approves all chapters except 
for parts of Chapters 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, and 15 that 
pertain to Class I permits; Chapter 17 as it relates to hazardous air 
pollutants; and excludes Chapters 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, and 31.
    (B) ``Title 115--Rules of Practice and Procedure,'' effective August 
8, 1993, and submitted as an SIP revision on February 16, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter from Nebraska to EPA Region VII dated February 16, 1994, 
regarding a commitment to submit information to the RACT/BACT/LAER 
Clearinghouse as required in section 173(d) of the Clean Air Act.
    (B) Letter from Nebraska to EPA Region VII dated June 10, 1994, 
regarding the availability of state operating permits to EPA and 
specified emissions limitations in permits.
    (C) Letter from Nebraska to EPA Region VII dated November 7, 1994, 
regarding the increase in New Source Review (NSR) permitting thresholds.
    (42) A Plan revision was submitted by the Nebraska Department of 
Environmental Quality on June 14, 1995, which incorporates by reference 
EPA's regulations relating to determining conformity of general Federal 
actions to State or Federal Implementation Plans.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A revision to title 129, adding chapter 40, entitled ``General 
Conformity'' was adopted by the Environmental Quality Council on 
December 2, 1994, and became effective on May 29, 1995.
    (43) On June 14, 1995, the Director of the Nebraska Department of 
Environmental Quality submitted revisions to the State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) to modify the Class II operating permit program.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revised rules ``Title 129--Nebraska Air Quality Regulations,'' 
effective May 29, 1995. This revision applies to chapters 5, 7, 12, 17, 
19, 25, 41 and deletes chapters 42, 43 and 44.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) None.
    (44) On May 31 and June 2, 1995, the Director of the Nebraska 
Department of Environmental Quality (NDEQ) submitted revisions to the 
SIP to update the local ordinances of the Lincoln-Lancaster County 
Health Department and city of Omaha, respectively, and to create 
Federally enforceable Class II operating permit programs for these 
agencies.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) 1993 Lincoln-Lancaster County Air Pollution Control Program, 
Version March 1995, effective May 16, 1995. This includes the following 
citations: Article I (except Section 6); Article II, Sections 1-12, 14-
17, 19-20, 22, 24-25, 32-38; and Appendix I.
    (B) Ordinance No. 33102 dated November 2, 1993, which adopts Chapter 
41, Article I, Sections 41-4 through 41-6; 41-9; 41-10; Article II, 
Sections 41-23; 41-27;

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41-38; and 41-40 and Article IV of the Omaha Municipal Code. Ordinance 
No. 33506 dated March 21, 1995, amends Chapter 41, Article I, Sections 
41-2 and 41-9 of the Omaha Municipal Code and adopts Title 129, Nebraska 
Air Quality Regulations, approved December 2, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter from the city of Omaha dated September 13, 1995, 
regarding adequate authority to implement section 112(l).
    (B) Letter from the NDEQ dated November 9, 1995, regarding rule 
omissions and PSD.
    (45) A revision to the Nebraska SIP to reduce lead emissions in the 
Omaha lead nonattainment area sufficient to bring that area back into 
attainment with the lead National Ambient Air Quality Standard.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amended Complaint and Compliance Order Case No. 1520, signed 
June 6, 1996, except for paragraph 19 and accompanying work practice 
manual in Appendix A.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Supplemental document entitled, ``Methods for Determining 
Compliance'' submitted by the state to provide additional detail 
regarding the compliance methods for this Order.
[37 FR 10877, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1420, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.



Sec. 52.1421  Classification of regions.

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

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                                                                               Pollutant
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
              Air quality control region                                                           Photochemical
                                                       Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon      oxidants
                                                          matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide  (hydrocarbons)
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Metropolitan Omaha-Council Bluffs Interstate.........           I         II       III       III           III
Lincoln-Beatrice-Fairbury Intrastate.................          II        III       III       III           III
Metropolitan Sioux City Interstate...................         III        III       III       III           III
Nebraska Intrastate..................................         III        III       III       III           III
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[37 FR 10877, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16347, May 8, 1974]



Sec. 52.1422  Approval status.

    With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Nebraska's plan for the attainment and maintenance of the 
national standards. No action is taken on the new source review 
regulations to comply with section 172(b)(6) and section 173 of the 
Clean Air Act as amended in 1977, and 40 CFR 51.18(j).
[37 FR 10877, May 31, 1972, as amended at 48 FR 12717, Mar. 28, 1983]



Sec. 52.1423  PM10 State implementation plan development in group II areas.

    The state of Nebraska committed to conform to the PM10 
regulations as set forth in 40 CFR part 51. In a letter to Morris Kay, 
EPA, dated February 5, 1988, Mr. Dennis Grams, Director, Nebraska 
Department of Environmental Control, stated:
    (a) An area in the City of Omaha and the area in and around the 
Village of Weeping Water have been classified as Group II areas for the 
purpose of PM10 State Implementation Plan (SIP) development. 
The specific boundaries of these areas are identified in our letter of 
October 6, 1987, to Carl Walter. In accordance with the requirements for 
PM10 SIP development, the State of Nebraska commits to 
perform the following PM10 monitoring and SIP development 
activities for these Group II areas:
    (1) Gather ambient PM10 data, at least to the extent 
consistent with minimum EPA requirements and guidance.
    (2) Analyze and verify the ambient PM10 data and report 
24-hour exceedances of the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for 
PM10 to the

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Regional Office within 45 days of each exceedance.
    (3) When an appropriate number of verifiable exceedances of the 24-
hour standard occur, calculated according to section 2.0 of the 
PM10 SIP Development Guideline, or when an exceedance of the 
annual PM10 standard occurs, acknowledge that a nonattainment 
problem exists and immediately notify the Regional Office.
    (4) Within 30 days of the notification referred to in paragraph 
(a)(3) of this section, or within 37 months of promulgation of the 
PM10 standards, whichever comes first, determine whether 
measures in the existing SIP will assure timely attainment and 
maintenance of the PM10 standards and immediately notify the 
Regional Office.
    (5) Within 6 months of the notification referred to in paragraph 
(a)(4) of this section, adopt and submit to EPA a PM10 
control strategy that assures attainment as expeditiously as practicable 
but no later than 3 years from approval of the committal SIP.
    An emission inventory will be compiled for the identified Group II 
areas. If either area is found to be violating the PM10 
standards, the inventory will be completed as part of the PM10 
SIP for that area on a schedule consistent with that outlined in 
paragraphs 3, 4, and 5. If the PM10 standards are not 
violated, the inventory will be completed not later than July 1, 1989, 
and submitted to EPA not later than August 31, 1990, as part of the 
determination of adequacy of the current SIP to attain and maintain the 
PM10 air quality standards.
    (b) We request that the total suspended particulate nonattainment 
areas in Omaha and Weeping Water (all secondary nonattainment) and 
Louisville (Primary nonattainment) be redesignated to unclassifiable.
[54 FR 21063, May 16, 1989]



Sec. 52.1424  Operating permits.

    Emission limitations and related provisions which are established in 
Nebraska operating permits as Federally enforceable conditions shall be 
enforceable by EPA. The EPA reserves the right to deem permit conditions 
not Federally enforceable. Such a determination will be made according 
to appropriate procedures and be based upon the permit, permit approval 
procedures, or permit requirement which do not conform with the 
operating permit program requirements or the requirements of EPA 
underlying regulations.
[61 FR 4901, Feb. 9, 1996]



Sec. 52.1425  Compliance schedules.

    (a) The compliance schedules for the sources identified below are 
approved as revisions to the plan pursuant to Sec. 51.104 and subpart N 
of this chapter. All regulations cited are air pollution control 
regulations of the State, unless otherwise noted.

                                                             Nebraska--Compliance Schedules
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                                                                                                             Variance expiration
               Source                       Location           Regulation involved        Date adopted               date          Final compliance date
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ASARCO, Inc........................  Omaha, NE.............  Nebraska DEC Second     Nov. 12, 1986........  Not applicable.......  Feb. 1, 1988
                                                              Amended
                                                              Administrative Order
                                                              No. 753.
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[41 FR 22350, June 3, 1976, as amended at 41 FR 52456, Nov. 30, 1976; 42 
FR 16140, Mar. 25, 1977; 50 FR 4512, Jan. 31, 1985; 51 FR 40675, 40676, 
Nov. 7, 1986; 52 FR 28696, Aug. 3, 1987; 54 FR 25259, June 14, 1989]



Sec. 52.1426  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1427  Operating permits.

    Emission limitations and related provisions which are established in 
the city of Omaha and Lincoln-Lancaster operating permits as Federally 
enforceable conditions shall be enforceable by EPA. The EPA reserves the 
right to deem permit conditions not Federally enforceable. Such a 
determination will

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be made according to appropriate procedures and be based upon the 
permit, permit approval procedures, or permit requirement which do not 
conform with the operating permit program requirements or the 
requirements of EPA underlying regulations.
[61 FR 5701, Feb. 14, 1996]



Secs. 52.1428--52.1435  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1436  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air Act 
are met except as noted below.
    EPA is retaining Sec. 52.21 (b) through (w) as part of the Nebraska 
SIP for the following types of sources:
    (a) Sources proposing to construct on Indian lands in Nebraska; and,
    (b) Enforcement of permits issued by EPA prior to the July 28, 1983, 
delegation of authority to Nebraska.
[49 FR 29599, July 23, 1984]



                           Subpart DD--Nevada



Sec. 52.1470  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plan: ``Air Quality Implementation Plan for the State 
of Nevada.''
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 28, 1972.
    (1) Previously approved on May 31, 1972 and now deleted without 
replacement Rules 2.8 and 2.11.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Errata sheet to the plan was submitted on April 26, 1972, by the 
Division of Health.
    (2) Washoe County regulations submitted on June 12, 1972, by the 
Governor.
    (3) Compliance schedules submitted on July 14, 1972, by the 
Governor.
    (4) Legal opinions concerning the plan submitted on November 17, 
1972, by the Office of the Attorney General.
    (5) Amended Clark County regulations submitted on January 19, 1973, 
by the Governor.
    (6) Amendments to the Nevada Air Quality Regulations NAQR to 
regulate construction of complex sources (Article 13) submitted on April 
1, 1974, by the Governor.
    (7) Amendments to the NAQR to regulate sulfur emissions from 
nonferrous smelters; (Article 8.1); to regulate and monitor visible 
emissions from stationary sources (Article 4); and to allow 
supplementary control systems (Article 14); submitted on June 14, 1974, 
by the Governor.
    (8) Amendments to the NAQR to regulate open burning (Article 5.2.3 
and 5.2.4), and to regulate the construction of complex sources (Article 
13), submitted on November 12, 1974, by the Governor.
    (9) Administrative procedures for the review of complex sources 
submitted on December 11, 1974, by the Governor's representative.
    (10) Amendments to the Nevade Revised Statutes (NRS) (1975 
Legislative Session) on motor vehicle inspection and testing (NRS 
445.640, 445.700, 482.640 and 169.125), public availability of emission 
data (NRS 445.576), organization (NRC 445.481 and 481.----). (Section 1 
of 1975 Assembly Bill 326), stack testing (NRS 445.447), and alleged 
violations (NRS 445.526) submitted on September 10, 1975 by the 
Governor.
    (11) Amendments to the NAQR, as amended through September 18, 1975, 
submitted on October 31, 1975, by the Governor, as follows:

    Article 1--Definitions: 1.6-1.13, 1.15-1.33, 1.35-1.69;
    Article 2--General Provisions: 2.4.1-2.4.4, 2.5.1, 2.5.2, 2.5.4, 
2.6.1-2.6.4, 2.7.1, 2.8.1, 2.8.4, 2.8.5.1, 2.9.1-2.9.3, 2.9.5-2.9.7, 
2.10.1.2, 2.10.2-2.10.4, 2.11.4.2;
    Article 3--Registration Certificates and Operating Permits: 3.1.3, 
3.1.5, 3.1.6, 3.1.8a & d-i, 3.1.9, 3.2.2-3.2.6, 3.3.2, 3.3.5, 3.4.1, 
3.4.6-3.4.14;
    Article 4--Visible Emissions From Stationary Sources: 4.1, 4.2, 
4.3.5, 4.4-4.4.2;
    Article 5--Open Burning: 5.2.3, 5.2.4;
    Article 6--Incinerator Burning: 6.3-6.6.2;
    Article 7--Particulate Matter: 7.1.3, 7.2.1-7.2.3, 7.3.1-7.3.3;
    Article 8--Sulfur Emissions: 8.1.1, 8.1.2, 8.1.4, 8.2.2.1, 8.3-8.4;
    Article 9--Organic Solvent, Other Volatile Compounds: 9.1, 9.2-
9.2.1.1, 9.2.2, 9.2.3;
    Article 10--Odors: 10.2.1.1, 10.2.1.2;
    Article 11--Mobile Equipment: 11.3-11.7.1, 11.7.4-11.7.5, 11.10, 
11.10.1, 11.11-11.14.17.

    (12) Amendments to miscellaneous Nevada air quality control 
regulations and to other sections of the State plan submitted on 
December 10, 1976, by the Governor, as follows:


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    Article 1--Definitions: 1.1-1.213;
    Article 2--General Provisions: 2.5.3, 2.6.2-2.6.9, 2.7.1-2.7.4, 
2.8.5.2, 2.16, 2.17;
    Article 3--Registration Certificates and Operating Permits, 3.1.9.1, 
3.2.1;
    Article 7--Particulate Matter: 7.2.4;
    Article 8--Sulfur Emissions: 8.2.2-8.2.4;
    Article 11--Mobile Equipment: 11.7.6, 11.8, 11.9, 11.10.2;
    Section 3--Air quality data: 3.2;
    Section 4--Emissions summary: 4.2;
    Section 5--Control strategy: 5.1, table 5.1, table 5.2;
    Section 10--Air quality surveillance network: Monitoring network 
table, sampling sites modification table.

    (13) Amendments to the NAQR and the control strategy submitted on 
October 7, 1976, by the Governor.
    (i) Article 7--Particulate Matter: 7.2.7; Table 4.2--Emissions 
Inventory Summary for Particulates.
    Table 5.2--Summary of Control Strategy Analysis for Particulates.
    (14) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on December 
29, 1978, by the Governor.
    (i) Nevada State Emergency Episode Plan Sections: 6.1.4, 6.1.5, 
6.5.2.2; Tables: 6.1, 6.2 (Stages 1, 2, and 3), 6.3; Air Pollution 
Episode Notice; Episode Communication Checklist.
    (ii) Nevada Revised Statutes Policy Declarations; Definitions:

    445.401, 445.406, 445.411, 445.416, 445.421, 445.424, 445.427, 
445.431, 445.441, 445.446; State Environmental Commission: 445.451, 
445.456, 445.461, 445.466, 445.471, 445.472, 445.473, 445.474, 445.476; 
Local Hearing Boards: 445.486; Enforcement Provisions: 445.491, 445.496, 
445.497, 445.498, 445.499, 445.501; Variances: 445.506, 445.511, 
445.516, 445.521; Hearings, Orders Respecting Violations: 445.529; Local 
Air Pollution Control Programs: 445.546, 445.551, 445.556, 445.561, 
445.566; Miscellaneous Provisions: 445.571, 445.581, 445.586, 445.596, 
445.598; Penalties: 445.601; Deletions: Senate Bill 275, Sections 8.5, 
17(1-4, 6, 7), 27, 38.

    (A) Previously approved on July 10, 1980 and now deleted without 
replacement Statutes 445.506, 445.511, 445.516, and 445.521.
    (iii) Nonattainment area plans for Mason Valley/Fernley Area, Lander 
County, Carson Desert, Winnemucca Segment, Truckee Meadows, and Las 
Vegas Valley.
    (iv) Nevada Revised Statutes, Engine Emission Controls:

    445.610, 445.620, 445.625, 445.630, 445.640, 445.650, 445.660, 
445.670, 445.680, 445.690, 445.700, 445.705, and 445.710.

    (v) Nevada Air Quality Regulations for Mobile Equipment:

    Article 1--Sections 1.1 to 1.38; Article 2--Sections 2.1 to 2.2; 
Article 3--Sections 3.1 to 3.14.6; and Article 4--Sections 4.1 to 4.20.

    (vi) Nevada Revised Statute 445.493, Limitations on Enforcement of 
Regulations as to Indirect Sources and Authority to Review New Indirect 
Sources.
    (vii) Amendments to the Nevada Air Quality Regulations:

    Article 1, Rules 1.44, 1.53, 1.60, 1.98.1; Article 2, Rules 2.2.2, 
2.11.7, 2.17.3.2 a/b, 2.17.4, 2.17.4.1, 2.17.9.8, 2.17.10, 2.17.10.1; 
Article 3, Rules 3.1.1, 3.1.2, 3.1.3, 3.4.11; Article 4, Rule 4.3.[6]4; 
Article 5, Rule 5.2.4; Article 6, Rule 6.3; Article 7 Rules 7.1.[3]2, 
7.3.3; Article 8, Rules 8.2.1.1, 8.2.1.2, 8.2.2, and Article 12, Rule 
12.1.

    (viii) Amendments to the Nevada Air Quality Regulations:

    Article 1; Article 7, Rules 7.2.8.1--7.2.8.3; Article 16, Rules 
16.3.1.2--16.3.3 and Rules 16.15.1--16.15.4.

    (15) Redesignation of the Clark-Mohave Interstate AQCR submitted on 
March 23, 1979, by the Governor.
    (16) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on July 24, 
1979, by the Governor.
    (i) Amendments to the Nevada Air Quality Regulations:

    Article I--Definition: No. 2--LAER.

    (ii) Amendments to the Clark County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations:

    Section 15--Source Registration, 15.1, 15.2, 15.3, 15.4, 15.5, 15.6, 
15.7, 15.8, 15.9, 15.10, 15.11, and 15.12; Section 50--Storage of 
Petroleum Products; Section 51--Petroleum Product Loading into Tank 
Trucks, and Trailers; and Section 52--Handling of Gasoline at Service 
Stations, Airports and Storage Tanks.

    (iii) Amendments to the Washoe County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations:

    Definitions, Sections 010.011, 010.014, 010.028, 010.057, 010.059, 
010.071, 010.072, 010.091, 010.106, 010.107B, 010.108, 010.116, 010.117, 
010.136, 010.148, 010.149, 010.151, 010.166, 010.197, and 010.1751; 
Source Registration and Operation, Sections 030.000, 030.005, 030.010, 
030.015, 030.025, 030.030, 030.110, 030.115 (1 and 5)B,

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030.120, 030.1201, 030.205, 030.210, 030.215, 030.245, and 030.250; 
Section 040.070--Storage of Petroleum Products; Section 040.075--
Gasoline Loading into Tank Trucks and Trailers; Section 040.080--
Gasoline unloading from Tank Trucks and Trailers into Storage Tanks; 
Section 040.085--Organic Solvents; and Section 040.090--Cut-Back 
Asphalt.

    (iv) Paving schedules for the following Nonattainment Area Plans: 
Mason Valley/Fernley Area, Carson Desert, Winnemucca Segment, and Lander 
County.
    (v) Amendments to the Las Vegas Valley Nonattainment Area Plan: Two 
memoranda of understanding between Clark County, the Health District, 
and the Transportation Policy Committee.
    (vi) Nevada Revised Statutes, Engine Emission Control: 445.632, 
445.634, 445.635, and 445.644.
    (vii) Lake Tahoe Basin Nonattainment Area Plan.
    (viii) Amendments to the Clark County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations:

    Section 2, Rules 2.1, 2.2, 2.3; Section 3, Rule 3.1; Section 4, 
Rules 4.1--4.11; Section 5, Rule 5.1; Section 6, Rule 6.1; Section 7, 
Rules 7.1--7.19; Section 8, Rules 8.1, 8.2, 8.7 (deletion); Section 9, 
Rules 9.1--9.3; Section 10; Section 16, Rules 16.1,--16.5, 16.6 
(Operating Permits), 16.6 (Emission of Visible Air Contaminants) 
(deletion), 16.7--16.9; Section 17, Rules 17.1.--17.8; Section 18, Rules 
18.1--18.12; Section 23, Rules 23.1--23.5; Section 24, Rules 24.1--24.5; 
Section 25, Rules 25.1, 25.2, 25.4 (deletion); Section 26, Rules 26.1--
26.3; Section 27, Rules 27.1, 27.2, 27.3, 27.4; Section 28, Rules 28.1, 
28.2; Section 29; Section 30, Rules 30.1--30.7; Section 31; Section 32, 
Rules 32.1, 32.2; Section 40, Rule 40.1; Section 41, Rules 41.1--41.4; 
Section 42, Rules 42.1--42.4; Section 43, Rule 43.1; Section 70, Rules 
70.1--70.6; Sections 80, and 81.

    (A) Previously approved on August 27, 1981 and now deleted without 
replacement Section 9, Rules 9.2 to 9.3.

    Editorial Note: At 47 FR 27071, June 23, 1982, the following 
paragraph (c)(16)(viii) was added to Sec. 52.1470.
    (viii) Repeal and removal of all references to Indirect (Complex) 
Sources in the following rules or portions of rules in the Nevada Air 
Quality Regulations.

    Article 1--Definitions: 1.12, 1.95, 1.147(b), and 1.202. Article 2--
Registration Certificates and Operating Permits: 3.1.9, 3.2.1, 3.2.2, 
and 3.2.5. Article 13--Point Sources: 13.1.1, 13.1.2, 13.2, and 13.2.1 
to 13.5.3.

    (ix) Amendments to the Washoe County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations:

    Sections 020.055, 030.300, 030.305, 030.310, 030.3101-030.3105, 
030.3107, and 030.3108 and the following deletions: 010.115, 050.005, 
050.010, 050.015, 050.020, 050.025, 050.030, and 050.035.

    (x) Amendments to the Nevada Air Quality Regulations: Article 12, 
Lead (Pb).
    (17) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on 
September 18, 1979, by the Governor.
    (i) Amendments to the Clark County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations:

    Section 1--Definitions (except 1.14, 1.15, 1.79, and 1.94); Section 
15.14--Source Registration Requirements for Areas Exceeding Air Quality 
Standards; and Section 60--Evaporation and Leakage.

    (ii) Amendments to the Clark County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations:

    Section 1, Rules 1.79, 1.94; Section 11, Rules 11.1, 11.1.1-11.1.8, 
11.2, 11.2.1-11.2.3, 11.3, 11.3.1, 11.3.2, 11.4, and Section 13, Rule 
13.5 (deletion).

    (18) Amendments to the Nevada Air Quality Regulations submitted on 
March 17, 1980, by the Governor.
    (i) Article 13.1.3--Point Sources and Registration Certificates.
    (19) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on June 24, 
1980, by the Governor.
    (i) Section 10--State of Nevada Ambient Air Quality Monitoring and 
Surveillance.
    (ii) Amendment to the Nevada Air Quality Regulations: Article 4, 
Rule 4.3.6.
    (iii) Clark County, Nevada Lead SIP.
    (20) The following amendment to the plan was submitted on August 19, 
1980 by the Governor.
    (i) Request for Extension of the Carbon Monoxide Attainment Date for 
the Truckee Meadows Nonattainment Area.
    (21) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on October 
13, 1980, by the Governor.
    (i) Amendments to the Nevada Revised Statutes: 704.820 through 
704.900 (Utility Environmental Protection Act).

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    (ii) Rule 25, of General Order No. 3, Nevada Public Service 
Commission.
    (22) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on November 
5, 1980, by the Governor.
    (i) Amendments to the Clark County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations: Section 4, Rules 4.12, 4.12.1-4.12.3.
    (ii) Amendments to the Nevada Air Quality Regulations: Article 7, 
Rules 7.2.5, 7.2.5.1, 7.2.9; and Article 8, Rule 8.3.4.
    (23) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on March 4, 
1981, by the Governor:
    (i) Las Vegas Valley Air Quality Implementation Plan (excluding 
Clark County Air Pollution Control Regulations).
    (24) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on November 
17, 1981 by the Governor.
    (i) Amendments to the Nevada Air Quality Regulations: Article 14.1.
    (ii) Resolution of the Washoe Council of Governments adopted August 
28, 1981 and Endorsement of the State Environmental Commission dated 
October 15, 1981.
    (iii) Amendments to the Clark County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations:

    Section 1--Definitions 1.7, 1.13, 1.14, 1.15, 1.32, 1.48, 1.50, 
1.52, 1.57, 1.67, 1.72, 1.90 and the addition of the following 
unnumbered definitions: ``Emission Unit,'' ``Criteria Pollutant,'' 
``Non-Criteria Pollutant,'' ``Baseline Area,'' ``Begin Actual 
Construction,'' ``Building, Structure, Facility, or Installation,'' 
``Particulate Precursor,'' ``Secondary Emissions,'' and ``Significant.''
    Section 15--Source Registration, 15.1, 15.1.1, 15.1.2, 15.1.3, 
15.1.4, 15.1.5, 15.1.6, 15.1.7, 15.1.8, 15.2; 15.2.1, 15.2.2, 15.3, 
15.4, 15.5; Preconstruction Review for New and Modified Sources, 15.6, 
15.6.1, 15.6.1.1, 15.6.1.2 (deleted), 15.6.1.6, 15.6.2, 15.6.2.1 
(deleted), 15.6.2.2, 15.6.2.3, 15.6.2.4, 15.6.2.5, 15.6.3, 15.6.3.1, 
15.6.3.2 to 15.6.3.5 (added), 15.6.6, 15.7, 15.8, 15.9, 15.10, 15.10.1, 
15.10.2, 15.10.3, 15.10.4, 15.11, 15.12; Prevention of Significant 
Deterioration, 15.13 (added); Preconstruction Review Requirements for 
New or Modified Sources in Areas Exceeding Air Quality Standards 
(``Offset'' Rules), 15.14.1, 15.14.1.2, 15.14.1.3 (added), 15.14.3.1, 
15.14.3.2, 15.14.4, 15.14.4.1, 15.14.4.3, 15.14.3.3 (added), 15.14.4.3.4 
(added), 15.14.4.3.5 (added) and, 15.14.4.4 (deleted).

    (iv) Amendments to the Clark County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations:

    Section 4, Rule 4.7.3; Section 7; Section 9, Rules 9.1; Section 16; 
Section 17, Rules 17.2.1 and 17.6.1; Section 18, Rules 18.1--18.5.2; 
Section 23, Rules 23.2.1--23.3.1.2 and Rules 23.3.4--23.3.5; Section 27; 
Section 30, Rules 30.4 and 30.8; Section 52, Rules 52.4.2.3 and 52.7.2; 
and Section 60, Rules 60.4.3.

    (A) Previously approved on June 18, 1982 and now deleted without 
replacement Section 7, Rules 7.1 to 7.19 and Section 9, Rule 9.1.
    (v) Nevada State Lead SIP Revision submitted by the State on 
November 5, 1981.
    (vi) Amendment to the Clark County District Board of Health Air 
Pollution Control Regulations: Section 60, Rule 60.4.2.
    (25) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on October 
26, 1982, by the Governor.
    (i) Amendments of Chapter 445 of the Nevada Administrative Code.

    (A) New or amended sections 445.430-445.437, 445.439-445.447, 
445.451, 445.453-445.472, 445.474-445.477, 445.480-445.504, 445.509-
445.519, 445.522-445.537, 445.539, 445.542-445.544, 445.546-445.549, 
445.551, 445.552, 445.554-445.568, 445.570, 445.572-445.587, 445.589-
445.605, 445.608-445.612, 445.614-445.622, 445.624, 445.626, 445.627, 
445.629-445.655, 445.660, 445.662-445.667, 445.682, 445.685-445.700, 
445.704-445.707, 445.712-445.716, 445.721, 445.723, 445.729-445,732, 
445,734, 445,742, 445,743, 445,746, 445.575, 445,754, 445,764, 445,844, 
and 445,845.

    (26) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on 
September 14, 1983 by the Governor.
    (i) Amendments to Chapter 445 of the Nevada Administrative Code.
    (A) New or amended Sections 445.732, 445.808 (paragraphs (1), (2)(a-
c), and (3)-(5)), 445.815 (paragraphs (1), (2)(a)(1 and 2), and (3)-
(5)), 445.816 (paragraphs (1), (2)(a-i), and (3)-(5)), 445.843, and 
445.846 (paragraphs (1), (3), and (4)).
    (ii) The Truckee Meadows Air Quality Implementation Plan 1982 Update 
except for the attainment and RFP demonstrations and Legally Enforceable 
Measures portions of the plan.
    (iii) Amendments related to Nevada's inspection and maintenance (I/
M) program.
    (A) State legislation (AB 677) which defers the start-up of the 
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program from July 1, 1983 to October 1, 1983.
    (B) An I/M public education plan.
    (C) Revisions to the Engine Emission Control Regulations (Nevada 
Administrative Code 455.851 to 445.945).
    (27) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on December 
9, 1982, by the State:
    (i) Emission reduction estimates and/or changes in vehicular 
activity for the adopted control measures.
    (ii) A modeling analysis indicating 1982 attainment.
    (iii) Documentation of the modeling analysis including air quality, 
traffic and meteorological data:
    (iv) Evidence of implementation and/or future commitments for the 
adopted control measures.
    (v) Appendix of previous reports, measured data and other official 
correspondence including:
    (A) Resource commitments from the responsible agencies for 
implementing the RFP,
    (B) 1979 and 1980 Annual Reports for the Lake Tahoe Air Basin, and
    (C) 1981 Nevada Air Quality Report.
    (28) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on December 
16, 1982 by the State:
    (i) Additional evidence of commitment to the control evidence by the 
responsible state and/or local agencies,
    (ii) Additional supporting documentation for the 1982 attainment 
modeling analysis which included revised technical data on measured and 
modeled CO traffic volumes, and a revised narrative on the calibration 
constant and the impacts to the model.
    (29) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on January 
28, 1983 by the State:
    (i) Response to EPA's preliminary evaluation, specifying 
documentation for calibrating the model, the mobile source emission 
factors, and additional traffic data.
    (ii) Conversion factors for the model.
    (iii) A revised 1982 attainment modeling analysis and supporting 
documentation including:
    (A) 1979, 1980-82 traffic data for the Stateline Area, (Appendix A);
    (B) Stateline Cold Start/Hot Start Analysis, (Appendix B);
    (C) Portions of the Highway 50 Corridor Study, June 1979 (Appendix 
C);
    (D) Reference from Transportation and Traffic Engineering Handbook, 
(1979), (Appendix D); and
    (E) Revised Caline 3 and Mobile 2 modeling analysis using both 27% 
and 50% cold start factors, (Appendix E).
    (30) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on May 5, 
1983 by the State:
    (i) ``Stateline, Nevada, 1983 Carbon Monoxide Study''--a traffic, 
ambient air monitoring and predictive modeling report, and
    (ii) A revised analysis of the Caline 3 model verifying 1982 
attainment, based on data collected in February and March 1983.
    (31) The following amendments to the plan were submitted on May 30, 
1984, by the Governor.
    (i) Washoe County, Nevada Lead SIP Revision.
    (32) The Las Vegas Valley 1982 Air Quality Implementation Plan 
(AQIP) Update for carbon monoxide submitted by the Governor on June 23, 
1982.
    (33) On January 11, 1985, the following amendments to the plan were 
submitted by the State.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Las Vegas Valley Air Quality Implementation Plan, Post 1982 
Update for Ozone adopted on October 16, 1984.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Emissions Inventory for 1995, transmitted by a letter dated 
March 14, 1986.
    (34) Program elements were submitted on June 28, 1994 by the 
Governor's designee.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental 
Compliance Assistance Program, adopted on June 28, 1994.
    (35) Program elements were submitted on July 5, 1995 by the 
Governor's designee.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental 
Compliance Assistance Program, adopted on July 5, 1995.
[37 FR 10878, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1470, see the List of CFR

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Sections Affected in the Finding Aids section of this volume.



Sec. 52.1471  Classification of regions.

    The Nevada plan is evaluated on the basis of the following 
classifications:

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                                                                                  Pollutant
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
                Air quality control region                  Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon
                                                               matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide    Ozone
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Las Vegas Intrastate......................................           I         IA       III         I          I
Northwest Nevada Intrastate...............................           I        III       III       III        III
Nevada Intrastate.........................................          IA         IA       III       III        III
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[45 FR 7545, Feb. 4, 1980]



Sec. 52.1472  Approval status.

    (a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Nevada's plan for the attainment and maintenance of the 
national standards under section 110 of the Clean Air Act.
    (b) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves the plan with respect to Part D, Title I of the Clean Air Act, 
as amended in 1977, for the nonattainment areas listed in this 
paragraph.
    (1) Mason Valley/Fernley Area for TSP.
    (2) Lower Reese River Valley/Clovers Area for TSP.
    (3) Carson Desert for TSP.
    (4) Winnemucca Segment for TSP.
    (5) Truckee Meadows for TSP and CO.
    (6) Las Vegas Valley for TSP and CO.
    (7) Lake Tahoe Basin for CO.
    (c) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves the plan with respect to Part D, Title I of the Clean Air Act, 
as amended in the 1977, for the nonattainment areas listed in this 
paragraph. In addition, continued satisfaction of the requirements of 
Part D for the ozone portion of the State Implementation Plan (SIP) 
depends on the adoption and submittal by January 1, 1981 of reasonably 
available control technology (RACT) requirements for sources covered by 
Control Technique Guidelines (CTG's) published between January 1978 and 
January 1979.
    (1) Truckee Meadows for O3.
    (2) Las Vegas Valley for O3.
[46 FR 21766, Apr. 14, 1981, as amended at 47 FR 27069, June 23, 
1982]



Sec. 52.1473  General requirements.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.116(c) of this chapter are not met 
in Washoe County, since the plan does not provide procedures for making 
emission data, as correlated with allowable emissions, available to the 
public. In addition, Chapter 020.065 of the ``Air Pollution Control 
Regulations'' of the District Board of Health of Washoe County in the 
Northwest Nevada Intrastate Region is disapproved since it contains 
provisions which restrict the public availability of emission data as 
correlated with applicable emission limitations and other control 
measures.
    (b) Regulation for public availability of emission data. (1) Any 
person who cannot obtain emission data from the Agency responsible for 
making emission data available to the public, as specified in the 
applicable plan, concerning emissions from any source subject to 
emission limitations which are part of the approved plan may request 
that the appropriate Regional Administrator obtain and make public such 
data. Within 30 days after receipt of any such written request, the 
Regional Administrator shall require the owner or operator of any such 
source to submit information within 30 days on the nature and amounts of 
emissions from such source and any other information as may be deemed 
necessary by the Regional Administrator to determine whether such source 
is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control 
measures that are part of the applicable plan.
    (2) Commencing after the initial notification by the Regional 
Administrator pursuant to paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the owner or 
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the source shall maintain records of the nature and amounts of emissions 
from such source and any other information as may be deemed necessary by 
the Regional administrator to determine whether such source is in 
compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control 
measures that are part of the plan. The information recorded shall be 
summarized and reported to the Regional Administrator, on forms 
furnished by the Regional Administrator, and shall be submitted within 
45 days after the end of the reporting period. Reporting periods are 
January 1-June 30 and July 1-December 31.
    (3) Information recorded by the owner or operator and copies of this 
summarizing report submitted to the Regional Administrator shall be 
retained by the owner or operator for 2 years after the date on which 
the pertinent report is submitted.
    (4) Emission data obtained from owners or operators of stationary 
sources will be correlated with applicable emission limitations and 
other control measures that are part of the applicable plan and will be 
available at the appropriate regional office and at other locations in 
the state designated by the Regional Administrator.
[37 FR 10878, May 31, 1972, as amended at 37 FR 15086, July 27, 1972; 38 
FR 12708, May 14, 1973; 40 FR 55331, Nov. 28, 1975; 43 FR 1342, Jan. 24, 
1978; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1474  Part D conditional approval.

    (a) The following portions of the Nevada SIP contain deficiencies 
with respect to Part D of the Clean Air Act which must be corrected 
within the time limit indicated.
    (1)-(4) [Reserved]
[46 FR 21766, Apr. 14, 1981, as amended at 47 FR 15792, Apr. 13, 1982; 
47 FR 27069, June 23, 1982; 49 FR 6900, Feb. 24, 1984]



Sec. 52.1475  Control strategy and regulations: Sulfur oxides.

    (a) The requirements of subpart G of this chapter are not met since 
the plan does not adequately provide for attainment and maintenance of 
the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for sulfur oxides in the 
Nevada Intrastate Region.
    (b) Article 8.1.3 of Nevada's ``Air Quality Regulations'' (emission 
limitation for sulfur from existing copper smelters), which is part of 
the sulfur oxides control strategy, is disapproved since it does not 
provide the degree of control needed to attain and maintain the National 
Ambient Air Quality Standards for sulfur oxides in the Nevada Intrastate 
Region.
    (c) Regulation for control of fugitive sulfur oxides emissions 
(Nevada Intrastate Region). (1) The owner or operator of the Kennecott 
Copper Company smelter located in White Pine County, Nevada, in the 
Nevada Intrastate Region shall utilize best engineering techniques for 
reducing escape of pollutants to the atmosphere and to capture sulfur 
oxides emissions and vent them through a stack or stacks. Such 
techniques shall include, but not be limited to:
    (i) Installing and operating hoods on all active matte tapholes, 
matte launders, slag skim bays, slag handling operations, and holding 
ladles on each reverberatory furnace;
    (ii) Installing tight fitting hoods on each active converter and 
operating such hoods except during pouring and charging operations;
    (iii) Maintaining all ducts, flues, and stacks in a leak-free 
condition;
    (iv) Maintaining all reverberatory furnaces and converters under 
normal operating conditions in such a fashion that out-leakage of gases 
will be prevented to the maximum extent possible;
    (v) Wherever feasible, ducting emissions through the tallest stack 
or stacks serving the facility; and
    (vi) Wherever feasible, passing the effluents from all hooding 
through the tallest stack or stacks serving the facility.
    (2) (i) If the owner or operator of the smelter subject to this 
paragraph is not in compliance with the provisions of paragraph (c)(1) 
of the section the following compliance schedule shall apply:
    (a) 30 days after the effective date of this regulation. Let 
contracts or issue purchase orders for hoods and flues for control of 
fugitive sulfur oxides emissions or provide evidence that such contracts 
have been let.

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    (b) July 1, 1975. Initiate on-site construction and/or installation 
of emission control equipment.
    (c) July 1, 1976. Complete on-site construction and/or installation 
of emission control equipment.
    (d) January 1, 1977. Achieve final compliance with requirements of 
paragraph (c)(1) of this section.
    (ii) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to the 
requirements of this paragraph shall certify to the Administrator within 
five days after the deadline for each increment of progress, whether or 
not the required increment of progress has been met.
    (iii) If the source subject to this paragraph is presently in 
compliance with the requirements of paragraph (c)(1) of this section, 
the owner or operator of such source may certify such compliance to the 
Administrator within thirty (30) days of the effective date of this 
paragraph. If such certification is acceptable to the Administrator, the 
applicable requirements of this paragraph shall not apply to the 
certifying source. The Administrator may request whatever supporting 
information he considers necessary to determine the validity of the 
certification.
    (3) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this paragraph 
may submit to the Administrator, no later than thirty (30) days after 
the effective date of this paragraph, a proposed alternative compliance 
schedule. No such compliance schedule may provide for final compliance 
after January 1, 1977. If approved by the Administrator, such schedule 
shall satisfy the compliance schedule requirements of this paragraph for 
the affected source.
    (d) Regulation for control of sulfur dioxide emissions (Nevada 
Intrastate Region). (1) The owner or operator of the Kennecott Copper 
Company smelter located in White Pine County, Nevada, in the Nevada 
Intrastate Region shall comply with all the requirements of this 
paragraph, except as provided in paragraph (e) of this section.
    (2) (i) After July 31, 1977, the owner or operator of the smelter 
subject to this paragraph shall not discharge or cause the discharge of 
sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere in excess of 10,150 pounds per hour 
(4,603 kg/hr.) maximum 6-hour average as determined by the method 
specified in paragraph (d)(4) of this section.
    (ii) The limitation specified in paragraph (d)(2)(i) of this section 
shall apply to the sum total of sulfur dioxide emissions from the 
smelter processing units and sulfur oxides control and removal 
equipment, but not including uncaptured fugitive emissions and those 
emissions due solely to the use of fuel for space heating or steam 
generation.
    (3) (i) The owner or operator of the smelter to which this paragraph 
is applicable shall, no later than 30 days following the effective date 
of this paragraph, submit to the Administrator for approval a proposed 
compliance schedule that demonstrates compliance with paragraph (d)(2) 
of this section as expeditiously as practicable but not later than July 
31, 1977.
    (ii) The compliance schedule submitted to the Administrator pursuant 
to paragraph (d)(3)(i) of this section shall provide for increments of 
progress toward compliance. The dates for achievement of such increments 
of progress shall be specified. Increments of progress shall include, 
but not be limited to, the following:
    (a) Submittal of final control plan to the Administrator for meeting 
the requirements of paragraph (d)(2) of this section.
    (b) Letting of necessary contracts or process changes, or issuance 
of orders for the purchase of component parts, to accomplish emission 
control or process modification;
    (c) Initiation of on-site construction or installation of emission 
control equipment or process modification;
    (d) Completion of on-site construction or installation of emission 
control equipment or process modification;
    (e) Full compliance with the requirements of paragraph (d)(2) of 
this section.
    (iii) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to the 
requirements of this subparagraph shall certify to the Administrator 
within five days after the deadline for each increment of progress, 
whether or not the required increment of progress has been met.
    (iv) Notice must be given to the Administrator at least 10 days 
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conducting a performance test to afford him the opportunity to have an 
observer present.
    (v) If the source subject to this paragraph is currently in 
compliance with the requirement of paragraph (d)(2) of this section, the 
owner or operator of such source may certify such compliance to the 
Administrator within thirty (30) days of the effective date of this 
paragraph. If such certification is acceptable to the Administrator, the 
applicable requirements of this paragraph (d)(3) of this section shall 
not apply to the certifying source. The Administrator may request 
whatever supporting information he considers necessary to determine the 
validity of the certification.
    (4)(i) The owner or operator of the smelter to which this paragraph 
is applicable shall install, calibrate, maintain, and operate a 
measurement system(s) for continuously monitoring sulfur dioxide 
emissions and stack gas volumetric flow rates in each stack which emits 
5 percent or more of the total potential (without emission controls) 
hourly sulfur oxides emissions from the source. For the purpose of this 
paragraph, ``continuous monitoring'' means the taking and recording of 
at least one measurement of sulfur dioxide concentration and stack gas 
flow rate reading from the effluent of each affected stack in each 15-
minute period.
    (ii) Within nine months after the effective date of this paragraph, 
and at other such times in the future as the Administrator may specify, 
the sulfur dioxide concentration measurement system(s) installed and 
used pursuant to this paragraph shall be demonstrated to meet the 
measurement system performance specifications prescribed in Appendix D 
to this part.
    (iii) Within nine months after the effective date of this paragraph, 
and at other such times in the future as the Administrator may specify, 
the stack gas volumetric flow rate measurement system(s) installed and 
used pursuant to this paragraph shall be demonstrated to meet the 
measurement system performance specifications prescribed in Appendix E 
to this part.
    (iv) The Administrator shall be notified at least ten (10) days in 
advance of the start of the field test period required in Appendices D 
and E to this part to afford the Administrator the opportunity to have 
an observer present.
    (v) The sampling point for monitoring emissions shall be in the duct 
at the centroid of the cross section if the cross sectional area is less 
than 4.647 m 2 (50 ft. 2) or at a point no closer 
to the wall than 0.914 m (3 ft.) if the cross sectional area is 4.647 m 
2 (50 ft. 2) or more. The monitor sample point 
shall be in an area of small spatial concentration gradient and shall be 
representative of the concentration in the duct.
    (vi) The measurement system(s) installed and used pursuant to this 
section shall be subjected to the manufacturer's recommended zero 
adjustment and calibration procedures at least once per 24-hour 
operating period unless the manufacturer specifies or recommends 
calibration at shorter intervals, in which case such specifications or 
recommendations shall be followed. Records of these procedures shall be 
made which clearly show instrument readings before and after zero 
adjustment and calibration.
    (vii) Six-hour average sulfur dioxide emission rates shall be 
calculated in accordance with paragraph (d)(5) of this section, and 
recorded daily.
    (viii) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this 
paragraph shall maintain a record of all measurements required by this 
paragraph. Measurement results shall be expressed as pounds of sulfur 
dioxide emitted per six hour period. A 6-hour average value calculated 
pursuant to paragraph (d)(5)(i) of this section shall be reported as of 
each hour for the preceding 6-hour period. Results shall be summarized 
monthly and shall be submitted to the Administrator within fifteen (15) 
days after the end of each month. A record of such measurements shall be 
retained for at least two years following the date of such measurements.
    (ix) The continuous monitoring and recordkeeping requirements of 
this paragraph shall become applicable nine months after the effective 
date of this regulation.

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    (5) (i) Compliance with the requirements of paragraph (d)(2) of this 
section shall be determined using the continuous measurement system(s) 
installed, calibrated, maintained and operated in accordance with the 
requirements of paragraph (d)(4) of this section. For all stacks 
equipped with the measurement system(s) required by paragraph (d)(4) of 
this section, a 6-hour average sulfur dioxide emission rate shall be 
calculated as of the end of each clock hour, for the preceding six 
hours, in the following manner:
    (a) Divide each 6-hour period into 24 15-minute segments.
    (b) Determine on a compatible basis a sulfur dioxide concentration 
and stack gas flow rate measurement for each 15-minute period for each 
affected stack. These measurements may be obtained either by continuous 
integration of sulfur dioxide concentration and stack gas flow rate 
measurements (from the respective affected facilities) recorded during 
the 15-minute period or from the arithmetic average of any number of 
sulfur dioxide concentration and stack gas flow readings equally spaced 
over the 15-minute period. In the later case, the same number of 
concentration readings shall be taken in each 15-minute period and the 
readings shall be similarly spaced within each 15-minute period.
    (c) Calculate the arithmetic average (lbs SO2/hr) from 
all 24 emission rate measurements in each 6-hour period for each stack.
    (d) Total the average sulfur dioxide emission rates for all affected 
stacks.
    (ii) Notwithstanding the requirements of paragraph (d)(5)(i) of this 
section, compliance with the requirements of paragraph (d)(2) of this 
section shall also be determined by using the methods described below at 
such times as may be specified by the Administrator. For all stacks 
equipped with the measurement system(s) required by paragraph (d)(4) of 
this section, a 6-hour average sulfur dioxide emission rate (lbs 
SO2/hr) shall be determined as follows:
    (a) The test of each stack emission rate shall be conducted while 
the processing units vented through such stack are operating at or above 
the maximum rate at which they will be operated and under such other 
conditions as the Administrator mayspecify.
    (b) Concentrations of sulfur dioxide in emissions shall be 
determined by using Method 8 as described in part 60 of this chapter. 
The analytical and computational portions of Method 8 as they relate to 
determination of sulfuric acid mist and sulfur trioxide as well as 
isokinetic sampling may be omitted from the over-all test procedure.
    (c) Three independent sets of measurements of sulfur dioxide 
concentrations and stack gas volumetric flow rates shall be conducted 
during three 6-hour periods for each stack. Each 6-hour period will 
consist of three consecutive 2-hour periods. Measurements of emissions 
from all stacks on the smelter premises need not be conducted 
simultaneously. All tests must be completed within a 72-hour period.
    (d) In using Method 8, traversing shall be conducted according to 
Method 1 as described in part 60 of this chapter. The minimum sampling 
volume for each two hour test shall be 40 ft 3 corrected to 
standard conditions, dry basis.
    (e) The volumetric flow rate of the total effluent from each stack 
evaluated shall be determined by using Method 2 as described in part 60 
of this chapter and by traversing according to Method 1. Gas analysis 
shall be performed by using the integrated sample technique of Method 4 
as described inpart 60 of this chapter except that stack gases arising 
only from a sulfuric acid production unit may be considered to have zero 
moisture content.
    (f) The gas sample shall be extracted at a rate proportional to the 
gas velocity at the sampling point.
    (g) For each two hour test period, the sulfur dioxide emission rate 
for each stack shall be determined by multiplying the stack gas 
volumetric flow rate (ft 3/hr at standard conditions, dry 
basis) by the sulfur dioxide concentration (lb/ft 3 at 
standard conditions, dry basis). The emission rate in lbs/hr-maximum 6-
hour average for each stack is determined by calculating the arithmetic 
average of the results of the three 2-hour tests.
    (h) The sum total of sulfur dioxide emissions from the smelter 
premises in lbs/hr is determined by adding together

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the emission rates (lbs/hr) from all stacks equipped with the 
measurement system(s) required by paragraph (d)(4) of this section.
    (e) Alternate regulation for control of sulfur dioxide emissions 
(Nevada Intrastate Region). (1) The owner or operator of the Kennecott 
Copper Company smelter located in White Pine County, Nevada, in the 
Nevada Intrastate Air Quality Control Region may apply to the 
Administrator for approval to meet the requirements of this paragraph. 
Upon such approval, granted pursuant to paragraph (e)(3) of this 
section, the requirements of paragraph (d) shall not be applicable 
during the period of such approval, and all requirements of this 
paragraph shall apply.
    (2) All terms used in this paragraph but not specifically defined 
below shall have the meaning given them in the Act, part 51 or 
Sec. 52.01 of this chapter.
    (i) The term ``supplementary control system'' means any system which 
limits the amount of pollutant emissions during periods when 
meteorological conditions conducive to ground-level concentrations in 
excess of national standards exist or are anticipated.
    (ii) The term ``ambient air quality violation'' means any single 
ambient concentration of sulfur dioxide that exceeds any National 
Ambient Air Quality Standard for sulfur dioxide at any point in a 
designated liability area, as specified in paragraph(e)(8) of this 
section.
    (iii) The term ``isolated source'' means a source that will assume 
legal responsibility for all violations of the applicable national 
standards in its designated liability area, as specified in paragraph 
(e)(8) of this section.
    (iv) The term ``designated liability area'' means the geographic 
area within which emissions from a source may significantly affect the 
ambient air quality.
    (3)(i) The application for permission to comply with this paragraph 
shall be submitted to the Administrator no later than sixty (60) days 
following the effective date of this paragraph and shall include the 
following:
    (a) A short description of the type and location of the smelter; the 
process, equipment, raw materials and fuels used; the stacks employed; 
and emissions to the atmosphere from various points on the smelter 
premises.
    (b) A general description and the location of other sources of air 
pollution and of the uses of land, and the topography in the vicinity of 
the smelter.
    (c) A summary of all ambient air quality data in the vicinity of the 
smelter collected by or under contract to smelter.
    (d) A description of the methods of constant emission reduction that 
are or will be applied and the degree of emission reduction achieved or 
expected due to their application.
    (e) A description of the investigations that the owner or operator 
has made, and the results thereof, as to the availability of constant 
emission reduction methods that would meet the requirements of paragraph 
(d)(2) of this section and a discussion of the reasons why 
anypotentially available methods cannot reasonably be used.
    (f) A specific description of the research, investigations, or 
demonstrations that the owner or operator will conduct or support for 
the purpose of developing constant emission reduction technology 
applicable to the smelter. Such description shall include the resources 
to be committed, qualifications of the participants, a description of 
the facilities to be utilized and milestone dates.
    (g) A detailed description of all other measures the owner or 
operator will apply, in addition to those described in paragraph 
(e)(3)(i)(d) of this section, to provide for attainment and maintenance 
of the air quality standards. These measures include but need not be 
limited to supplementary control systems, tall stacks and other 
dispersion techniques. Each measure to be applied shall be described in 
sufficient detail to allow the Administrator to determine its 
effectiveness in reducing ambient concentrations.
    (h) A written commitment by the owner or operator of the source 
subject to this paragraph agreeing to assume liability for all 
violations of National Ambient Air Quality Standards within the 
designated liability area.
    (i) Such other pertinent information as the Administrator may 
require.

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    (ii) Upon receipt of the information specified in paragraph 
(e)(3)(i) of this section, and after making a determination of its 
adequacy, the Administrator promptly shall, after thirty (30) days 
notice, conduct a public hearing on the application submitted by the 
owner or operator. The Administrator shall make available to the public 
the information contained in the application. Within thirty (30) days 
after the hearing, the Administrator shall notify the owner or operator 
of the smelter and other interested parties of his decision as to 
whether to grant or deny the application. If he denies the application, 
he will set forth his reasons. If he approves the application the owner 
or operator shall comply with all provisions of paragraph (e) of this 
section and need not comply with provisions of paragraph (d) of this 
section except as provided in paragraph (e)(16) of this section.
    (iii) Approval of the application to abide by the provisions of 
paragraph (e) will be granted if it can be satisfactorily demonstrated 
to the Administrator that control measures in addition to the available 
constant emission controls are required and if the specific measures 
submitted pursuant to paragraph (e)(3)(i)(g) of this section will 
provide for the attainment and maintenance of the National Ambient Air 
Quality Standards.
    (4)(i) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this 
paragraph shall not discharge or cause the discharge of sulfur dioxide 
into the atmosphere in excess of:
    (a) 2,600 parts per million-maximum 6-hour average, from any single 
absorption sulfuric acid producing facility designed for the removal of 
sulfur dioxide, as determined by the method specified in paragraph 
(e)(6) (i) or (iii) of this section,and
    (b) 29,000 pounds per hour (13,154 kg/hr) maximum 6-hour average, as 
determined by the method specified in paragraph (e)(6) (ii) or (iv) of 
this section. Such limitation shall apply to the sum total of sulfur 
dioxide emissions from the smelter processing units and sulfur oxides 
control and removal equipment but not including uncaptured fugitive 
emissions and those emissions due solely to use of fuel for space 
heating or steam generation.
    (ii) All emissions from the converters, with the exception of the 
uncaptured fugitive emissions, shall be processed through a facility for 
the removal of sulfur dioxide which meets the requirements of paragraph 
(e)(4)(i)(a) of this section.
    (5) (i) The owner or operator of the smelter to which this paragraph 
is applicable shall install, calibrate, maintain and operate a 
measurement system(s) for continuously monitoring sulfur dioxide 
emissions and stack gas volumetric flow rates in each stack which emits 
5 percent or more of the total potential (without emission controls) 
hourly sulfur oxide emissions from the source. For the purpose of this 
paragraph, ``continuous monitoring'' means taking and recording of at 
least one measurement of sulfur dioxide concentration and stack gas flow 
rate reading from the effluent of each affected stack in each 15-minute 
period.
    (ii) No later than the date specified in paragraph (e)(14)(i)(b)(5) 
of this section and at such other times in the future as the 
Administrator may reasonably specify, the sulfur dioxide concentration 
measurement system(s) installed and used pursuant to this paragraph 
shall be demonstrated to meet the measurement system performance 
specifications prescribed in Appendix D to this part.
    (iii) No later than the date specified in paragraph (e)(14)(i)(b)(5) 
of this section and at such other times in the future as the 
Administrator may reasonably specify, the stack gas volumetric flow rate 
measurement system(s) installed and used pursuant to this paragraph 
shall be demonstrated to meet the measurement system performance 
specifications prescribed in Appendix E to this part.
    (iv) The Administrator shall be notified at least 10 days in advance 
of the start of the field test period required in Appendices D and E to 
this part to afford the Administrator the opportunity to have an 
observer present.
    (v) The sampling point for monitoring emissions shall be in the duct 
at the centroid of the cross section if the cross sectional area is less 
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m 2 (50 ft 2) or at a point no closer to the wall 
than 0.914 m (3 ft) if the cross sectional area is 4.647 m 2 
(50 ft 2) or more. The monitor sample point shall be an area 
of small spatial concentration gradient and shall be representative of 
the concentration in the duct.
    (vi) The measurement system(s) installed and used pursuant to this 
section shall be subjected to the manufacturer's recommended zero 
adjustment and calibration procedures at least once per 24-hour 
operating period unless the manufacturer specifies or recommends 
calibration at shorter intervals, in which case such specifications or 
recommendations shall be followed. Records of these procedures shall be 
made which clearly show instrument readings before and after zero 
adjustment and calibration.
    (vii) Six-hour average sulfur dioxide concentration and emission 
rates shall be calculated in accordance with paragraph (e)(6) of this 
section and recorded daily.
    (viii) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this 
paragraph shall maintain a record of all measurements required by this 
paragraph. Measurement results shall be expressed in the units 
prescribed by the emission limitations in paragraph (e)(4) of this 
section. Six-hour average values calculated pursuant to paragraphs 
(e)(6) (i) and (ii) of this section shall be reported as of each hour 
for the preceding six hours. The results shall be summarized monthly and 
shall be submitted to the Administrator within fifteen (15) days of the 
end of each month. A record of such measurements shall be retained for 
at least two years following the date of such measurements.
    (6)(i) Compliance with the requirements of paragraph (e)(4)(i)(a) of 
this section shall be determined using the continuous measurements 
system(s) installed, calibrated, maintained and operated in accordance 
with the requirements of paragraph (e)(5) of this section. For the 
stack(s) equipped with the measurement system(s) required by paragraph 
(e)(5) of this section and serving the sulfur dioxide removal device a 
6-hour average sulfur dioxide concentration shall be calculated as of 
the end of each clock hour for the preceding six hours, in the following 
manner:
    (a) Divide each 6-hour period into twenty-four 15-minute segments.
    (b) Determine on a compatible basis a sulfur dioxide concentration 
measurement for each 15-minute period. These measurements may be 
obtained either by continuous integration of all measurements (from the 
respective affected facility) recorded during the 15-minute period or 
from the arithmetic average of any number of sulfer dixide concentration 
redings equally spaced over the 15-minute period. In the latter case, 
the same number of concentration readings shall be taken in each 15-
minute period and the readings shall be similarly spaced within each 15-
minute period.
    (c) Calculate the arithmetic average of all 24 concentration 
measurements in each 6-hour period.
    (ii) Compliance with the requirements of paragraph (e)(4)(i)(b) of 
this section shall be determined using the continuous measurement 
system(s) installed, calibrated, maintained and operated in accordance 
with the requirements of paragraph (e)(5) of this section. For all 
stacks equipped with the measurement system(s) required by paragraph 
(e)(5) of this section, a 6-hour average sulfur dioxide emission rate 
shall be calculated as of the end of each clock hour for the preceding 
six hours, in the following manner:
    (a) Divide each 6-hour period into twenty-four 15-minute segments.
    (b) Determine on a compatible basis a sulfur dioxide concentration 
and stack gas flow rate measurement for each 15-minute period for each 
affected stack. These measurements may be obtained either by continuous 
integration of sulfur dioxide concentrations and stack gas flow rate 
measurements (from the respective affected facilities) recorded during 
the 15-minute period or from the arithmetic average of any number of 
sulfur dioxide concentration and stack gas flow rate readings equally 
spaced over the 15-minute period. In the latter case, the same number of 
concentration readings shall be taken in each 15-minute period and the 
readings shall be similarly spaced within each 15-minute period.

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    (c) Calculate the arithmetic average (lbs SO2/hr) of all 
24 emission rate measurements in each 6-hour period for each stack.
    (d) Total the average sulfur dioxide emission rates for all affected 
stacks.
    (iii) Notwithstanding the requirements of paragraph (e)(6)(i) of 
this section, compliance with the requirements of paragraph (e)(4)(i)(a) 
of this section shall also be determined by using the methods described 
below at such times as may be specified by the Administrator. For each 
stack serving any process designed for the removal of sulfur dioxide a 
6-hour average sulfur dioxide concentration shall be determined as 
follows:
    (a) The test of each stack emission concentration shall be conducted 
while the processing units vented through such stack are operating at or 
above the maximum rate at which such will be operated and under such 
other conditions as the Administrator may specify.
    (b) Concentrations of sulfur dioxide in emissions shall be 
determined by using Method 8 as described in part 60 of this chapter. 
The analytical and computational portions of Method 8 as they relate to 
determination of sulfuric acid mist and sulfur trioxide as well as 
isokinetic sampling may be omitted from the over-all test procedure.
    (c) Three independent sets of measurements of sulfur dioxide 
concentration shall be conducted during three 6-hour periods of each 
stack. Each 6-hour period will consist of three consecutive 2-hour 
periods. Measurements of emissions from all stacks on the smelter 
premises need not be conducted simultaneously. All tests must be 
completed within a 72-hour period.
    (d) In using Method 8, traversing shall be conducted according to 
Method 1 as described in part 60 of this chapter. The minimum sampling 
volume for each two hour test shall be 40 ft 3 corrected to 
standard conditions, dry basis.
    (e) The velocity of the total effluent from each stack evaluated 
shall be determined by using Method 2 as described in part 60 of this 
chapter and traversing according to Method 1. Gas analysis shall be 
performed by using the integrated sample technique of Method 3 as 
described in part 60 of thi8s chapter. Moisture content can be 
considered to be zero.
    (f) The gas sample shall be extracted at a rate proportional to gas 
velocity at the sampling point.
    (g) The sulfur dioxide concentration in parts per million-maximum 6-
hour average for each stack is determined by calculating the arithmetic 
average of the results of the three 2-hour tests.
    (iv) Notwithstanding the requirements of paragraph (e)(6)(ii) of 
this section, compliance with the requirements of paragraph (e)(4)(i)(b) 
of this section shall also be determined by using the methods described 
below at such times as may be specified by the Administrator. For all 
stacks equipped with the measurement system(s) required by paragraph 
(e)(5) of this section, a 6-hour average sulfur dioxide emission rate 
(lbs SO2/hr) shall be determined as follows:
    (a) The test of each stack emission rate shall be conducted while 
the processing units vented through such stack are operating at or above 
the maximum rate at which they will be operated and under such other 
conditions as the Administrator shall specify.
    (b) Concentrations of sulfur dioxide in emissions shall be 
determined by using Method 8 as described in part 60 of this chapter. 
The analytical, and computational portions of Method 8 as they relate to 
determination of sulfuric acid mist and sulfur trioxide as well as 
isokinetic sampling may be omitted from the over-all test procedure.
    (c) Three independent sets of measurements of sulfur dioxide 
concentrations and stack gas volumetric flow rates shall be conducted 
during three consecutive 2-hour periods for each stack. Measurements 
need not necessarily be conducted simultaneously of emissions from all 
stacks on the smelter premises.
    (d) In using Method 8, Traversing shall be conducted according to 
Method 1 as described in part 60 of this chapter. The minimum sampling 
volume for each 2-hour test shall be 40 ft 3 corrected to 
standard conditions, dry basis.
    (e) The volumetric flow rate of the total effluent from each stack 
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Method 2 as described in part 60 of this chapter and by traversing 
according to Method 1. Gas analysis shall be performed by using the 
integrated sample technique of Method 3 as described in part 60 of this 
chapter. Moisture content shall be determined by use of Method 4 as 
described in part 60 of this chapter except that stack gases arising 
only from a sulfuric acid production unit may be considered to have zero 
moisture content.
    (f) The gas sample shall be extracted at a rate proportional to the 
gas velocity at the sampling point.
    (g) For each 2-hour test period, the sulfur dioxide emission rate 
for each stack shall be determined by multiplying the stack gas 
volumetric flow rate (ft 3/hr at standard conditions, dry 
basis) by the sulfur dioxide concentration (lb/ft 3 at 
standard conditions, dry basis). The emission rate in lbs/hr-maximum 6-
hour average for each stack is determined by calculating the arithmetic 
average of the results of the three 2-hour tests.
    (h) The sum total of sulfur dioxide emissions from the smelter 
premises in lbs/hr is determined by adding together the emission rates 
(lbs/hr) from all stacks equipped with the measurement system(s) 
required by paragraph (e)(5) of this section.
    (7) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this paragraph, 
in addition to meeting the emission limitation requirements of paragraph 
(e)(4) of this section, shall employ supplementary control systems and/
or such additional control measures as may be necessary to assure the 
attainment and maintenance of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards 
for sulfur dioxide.
    (i) Such measures will be limited to those specified in the 
application submitted pursuant to paragraph (e)(3)(i)(g) of this 
section.
    (ii) Sulfur oxides emissions shall be curtailed whenever the 
potential for violating any National Ambient Air Quality Standard for 
sulfur dioxide is indicated at any point in a designated liability area 
by either of the following:
    (a) Air quality measurement.
    (b) Air quality prediction.
    (8)(i) For the purposes of this paragraph the designated liability 
area shall be a circle with a radius of fifteen (15) statute miles (24 
km) with the center point of such circle coinciding with the tallest 
stack serving the affected facility. The owner or operator of the 
smelter subject to this paragraph may submit a detailed report which 
justifies redefining the designated liability area specified by the 
Administrator. Such a justification shall be submitted with the 
application submitted pursuant to paragraph (e)(3)(i) of this section 
and shall describe and delineate the requested designated liability area 
and discuss in detail the method used and the factors taken into account 
in the development of such area. Upon receipt and evaluation of such 
report, and after the public hearing described in paragraph (e)(3)(ii) 
of this section, the Administrator shall issue his final determination.
    (ii) If new information becomes available which demonstrates that 
the designated liability area should be redefined, the Administrator 
shall consider such and if appropriate, after notice and comment, 
redefine the designated liability area.
    (9) (i) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to the 
paragraph shall submit with the application submitted pursuant to 
paragraph (e)(3)(i) of this section, a detailed plan for the 
establishment of a supplementary control system and/or such other 
measures as may be proposed. Such plan shall describe all air quality 
and emission monitoring and meteorological equipment to be used, 
including instruments installed pursuant to paragraph (e)(5) of this 
section for continuously monitoring and recording sulfur dioxide 
emissions and stack gas flow rate, the methods that will be used to 
determine emission rates to be achieved in association with various 
meteorological and air quality situations, and the general plan of 
investigations to be followed in developing the system and the 
operational manual.
    (ii) Such plan shall include detailed specifications of any 
modifications to existing equipment including new stacks, stack 
extensions, stack heating systems or any process changes to be applied.

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    (iii) The monitoring described in the detailed plan submitted in 
accordance with this subparagraph and the appropriate recordkeeping 
requirements of paragraph (e)(12) of this section shall commence and 
become applicable as of the date specified in paragraph (e)(14)(i)(b)(5) 
of this section.
    (10) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this paragraph 
shall submit to the Administrator a comprehensive report of a study 
which demonstrates the capability of the supplementary control system, 
in conjunction with any other control measures, to reduce air pollution 
levels. The report shall describe a study conducted during a period of 
at least 120 days during which the supplementary control system was 
being developed and operated and shall be submitted no later than the 
date specified in paragraph (e)(14)(i)(b)(6) of this section. The report 
shall:
    (i) Describe the emission monitoring system and the air quality 
monitoring network.
    (ii) Describe the meteorological sensing network and the 
meteorological prediction program.
    (iii) Identify the frequency, characteristics, times of occurrence 
and durations of meteorological conditions associated with high ground-
level concentrations.
    (iv) Describe the methodology (e.g., disperson modeling and measured 
air quality data) by which the source determines the degree of control 
needed under each meteorological situation.
    (v) Describe the method chosen to vary the emission rate, the basis 
for the choice, and the time required to effect a sufficient reduction 
in the emission rate to avoid violations of National Ambient Air Quality 
Standards.
    (vi) Contain an estimate of the frequency that emission rate 
reduction is required to prevent National Ambient Air Quality Standards 
from being exceeded and the basis for the estimate.
    (vii) Include data and results of objective reliability tests. 
``Reliability,'' as the term is applied here, refers to the ability of 
the supplementary control system to protect against violations of the 
National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
    (viii) Demonstrate that the supplementary control system and other 
measures expected to be employed after the date specified in paragraph 
(e)(14)(i)(b)(6) of this section will result in attainment and 
maintenance of National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
    (11) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this paragraph 
shall submit to the Administrator an operational manual for the 
supplementary control system. Such manual shall be submitted no later 
than the date specified in paragraph (e)(14)(i)(b)(6) of this section 
and is subject to the approval of the Administrator as satisfying the 
specific requirements of this paragraph. Such approval shall not relieve 
the owner or operator of the smelter subject to this paragraph from its 
assumed liability for violations of any National Ambient Air Quality 
Standards for sulfur oxides in the designated liability area. Prior to 
making his final decision, the Administrator shall, after reasonable 
notice, provide an opportunity of not less than forty-five (45) days for 
public inspection and comment upon the manual. Such manual shall:
    (i) Specify the number, type, and location of ambient air quality 
monitors, instack monitors and meteorological instruments to be used.
    (ii) Describe techniques, methods, and criteria to be used to 
anticipate the onset of meteorological situations associated with 
ground-level concentrations in excess of National Ambient Air Quality 
Standards and to systematically evaluate and, as needed, improve the 
reliability of the supplementary control system.
    (iii) Describe the criteria and procedures that will be used to 
determine the degree of emission control needed for each class of 
meteorological and air quality situations.
    (iv) Specify maximum emission rates which may prevail during all 
probable meteorological and air quality situations, which rates shall be 
such that National Ambient Air Quality Standards will not be exceeded in 
the designated liability area. Such emission rates shall be determined 
by in-stack monitors. Data from such monitors shall be the basis for 
determining whether the emission rate provisions of

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the approved operational manual are adhered to.
    (v) Describe specific actions that will be taken to curtail 
emissions when various meteorological conditions described in paragraph 
(c)(11)(ii) of this section exist or are predicted and/or when specified 
air quality levels occur.
    (vi) Identify the company personnel responsible for initiating and 
supervising the actions that will be taken to curtail emissions. Such 
personnel must be responsible, knowledgeable and able to apprise the 
Administrator of the status of the supplementary control system at any 
time the source is operating.
    (vii) Be modified only if approval by the Administrator is first 
obtained.
    (12) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this paragraph 
shall:
    (i) Maintain, in a usable manner, records of all measurements and 
reports prepared as part of the supplementary control system described 
in the approved operational manual. Such records shall be retained for 
at least two years.
    (ii) Submit, on a monthly basis, the hour by hour measurements made 
of air quality, emissions and meteorological parameters, and all other 
measurements made on a periodic basis, as part of the approved 
supplementary control system.
    (iii) Submit a monthly summary indicating all places, dates, and 
times when National Ambient Air Quality Standards for sulfur oxides were 
exceeded and the concentrations of sulfur dioxide at such times.
    (iv) Notify the Administrator of any violation of National Ambient 
Air Quality Standards within 24 hours of the occurrence of such 
violation.
    (v) Submit a monthly summary report describing and analyzing how the 
supplementary control system was operated as related to the approved 
operations manual and how the system will be improved, if necessary, to 
prevent violations of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for 
sulfur oxides or to prevent any other conditions which are not in 
accordance with the approved operational manual.
    (13)(i) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this 
paragraph shall participate in a research program to develop and apply 
constant emission reduction technology adequate to attain and maintain 
the national standards. Such program shall be carried out in accordance 
with the plan submitted pursuant to paragraph (e)(3)(i)(f) of this 
section.
    (ii) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this paragraph 
shall submit annual reports on the progress of the research and 
development program required by paragraph (e)(13)(i) of this section. 
Each report shall also include, but not be limited to, a description of 
the projects underway, information on the qualifications of the 
personnel involved, information on the funds and personnel that have 
been committed, and an estimated date for the installation of the 
constant emission reduction technology necessary to attain and maintain 
the National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
    (14) (i) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this 
paragraph shall comply with the compliance schedules specified below.
    (a) Compliance schedule for meeting the emission reduction 
requirements of paragraph (e)(4) of this section:
    (1) No later than thirty (30) days after the date of approval to 
meet the requirements of this paragraph--submit a final plan and 
schedule to the Administrator for meeting the requirements of paragraph 
(e)(4) of this section.
    (2) No later than thirty (30) days after the date of approval to 
meet the requirements of this paragraph--let contracts or issue purchase 
order for emission control systems or process modifications or provide 
evidence that such contracts have been let.
    (3) July 1, 1975. Initiate on-site construction or installation of 
emission control equipment or process change.
    (4) July 1, 1976. Complete on-site construction or installation of 
constant emission control equipment or process change.
    (5) January 1, 1977. Achieve final compliance with the requirements 
of paragraph (4) of this paragraph (e)(14)(i)(a).
    (b) Compliance schedule for implementing a supplementary control 
system or other measures which meet the

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requirements of paragraphs (e) (7), (9), (10), and (11) of this section.
    (1) No later than sixty (60) days after approval to meet the 
requirements of this paragraph--submit to the Administrator a detailed 
schedule for establishment and implementation of the supplementary 
control system and other measures in accordance with paragraph (e)(9) of 
this section.
    (2) No later than ninety (90) days after approval to meet the 
requirements of this paragraph--let contracts or issue purchase orders, 
or provide evidence that such contracts have been let, for ambient air 
quality monitors, meteorological instruments, and other component parts 
necessary to establish a supplementary control system.
    (3) No later than ninety (90) days after approval to meet the 
requirements of this paragraph--let contracts or issue purchase orders, 
or provide evidence that such contracts have been let, for any stack 
extensions or modifications of equipment approved pursuant to paragraph 
(e)(3) of this section.
    (4) November 1, 1975. Complete installation of air quality and 
emission monitors and meteorological equipment.
    (5) January 1, 1976. Complete installation of any stack extensions 
or modifications of equipment approved pursuant to paragraph (e)(3) of 
this section.
    (6) May 1, 1976. Submit to the Administrator the comprehensive 
report on the supplementary control system required by paragraph (e)(10) 
of this section, and submit to the Administrator for his approval the 
operational manual required by paragraph (e)(11) of this section.
    (7) January 1, 1977. The National Ambient Air Quality Standards for 
sulfur dioxide shall not be violated in the designated liability area.
    (ii) Any owner or operator subject to the requirements of this 
subparagraph shall certify to the Administrator within five (5) days 
after the deadline for each increment of progress whether or not the 
required increment of progress has been met.
    (iii) Notice must be given to the Administrator at least ten (10) 
days prior to conducting a performance test to afford him the 
opportunity to have an observer present.
    (iv) If the source subject to this paragraph is presently in 
compliance with any of the increments of progress set forth in this 
paragraph, the owner or operator of such source shall certify such 
compliance to the Administrator within thirty (30) days of the effective 
date of this paragraph. The Administrator may request whatever 
supporting information he considers necessary to determine the validity 
of the certification.
    (v) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this paragraph 
may submit to the Administrator proposed alternative compliance 
schedules. Each such proposed compliance schedule shall be submitted 
with the application submitted pursuant to paragraph (e)(3)(i) of this 
section. No such compliance schedule may provide for final compliance 
after January 1, 1977. If approved by the Administrator, such schedule 
shall replace the compliance schedule set forth in this paragraph.
    (vi) Any such compliance schedule submitted to the Administrator 
shall provide for increments of progress toward compliance. The dates 
for achievement of such increments of progress shall be specified. 
Increments of progress shall include, but not be limited to, the 
increments specified in the appropriate compliance schedule set forth in 
paragraphs (e)(14)(i) (a) and (b) of this section.
    (15) (i) The Administrator shall annually review the supplementary 
control system and shall deny continued use of the supplementary control 
system if he determines that:
    (a) The review indicates that constant emission control technology 
has become available or that other factors which may bear on the 
conditions for use of a supplementary control system have changed to the 
extent that continued use of the supplementary control system would no 
longer be deemed approvable within the intent of paragraph (e)(3) of 
this section; or
    (b) The source owner or operator has not demonstrated good faith 
efforts to follow the stated program for developing constant emission 
reduction procedures; or
    (c) The source owner or operator has not developed and employed a 
control program that is effective in preventing

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violations of National Ambient Air Quality Standards.
    (ii) Prior to denying the continued use of a supplementary control 
system pursuant to paragraph (e)(15)(i) of this section, the 
Administrator shall notify the owner or operator of the smelter subject 
to this paragraph of his intent to deny such continued use, together 
with:
    (a) The information and findings on which such intended denial is 
based.
    (b) Notice of opportunity for such owner or operator to present, 
within thirty (30) days, additional information or arguments to the 
Administrator prior to his final determination.
    (iii) The Administrator shall notify the owner or operator of the 
smelter subject to this paragraph of his final determination within 
thirty (30) days after the presentation of additional information or 
arguments, or thirty (30) days after the final datee specified for such 
presentation if no presentation is made. If the continued usee of the 
supplementary control system is denied, the final determination shall 
set forth the specific grounds for such denial.
    (16) Upon denial of the continued use of a supplementary control 
system pursuant to paragraph (e)(15) of this section all the 
requirements of paragraph (d) of this section shall be immediately 
applicable to the owner or operator of the Kennecott Copper Company 
smelter located in White Pine County, Nevada, in the Nevada Intrastate 
Region and compliance therewith shall be achieved in accordance with 
such schedule as the Administrator shall order.
    (17) The owner or operator of the smelter subject to this paragraph 
shall be in violation of a requirement of an applicable implementation 
plan and subject to the penalties specified in section 113 of the Clean 
Air Act if:
    (i) An increment of the compliance schedules set forth in paragraph 
(e)(14) of this section is not met by the date specified; or
    (ii) The total sulfur dioxide concentration determined according to 
paragraph (e)(6) (i) or (iii) of this section exceeds the emission 
limitation set forth in paragraph (e)(4)(i)(a) of this section; or
    (iii) The total sulfur dioxide emission rate determined according to 
paragraph (e)(6) (ii) or (iv) of this section exceeds the emission 
limitation set forth in paragraph (e)(4)(i)(b) of this section; or
    (iv) Any National Ambient Air Quality Standards for sulfur oxides 
are violated in the designated liability area; or
    (v) Operations of the supplementary control system are not conducted 
in accordance with the approved operational manual; or
    (vi) Such owner or operator fails to submit any of the information 
required by this paragraph.
[40 FR 5511, Feb. 6, 1975, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1476  Control strategy: Particulate matter.

    (a) The requirements of subpart G of this chapter are not met since 
the plan does not provide for the attainment and maintenance of the 
national standards for particulate matter in the Northwest Nevada and 
Nevada Intrastate Regions.
    (b) The following rule and portions of the control strategy are 
disapproved since they do not provide the degree of control needed to 
attain and maintain the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for 
particulate matter.
    (1) NAQR Article 7.2.7, Particulate Matter; Table 4.2, Emissions 
Inventory Summary for Particulates and Table 5.2, Summary of Control 
Strategy Analysis for Particulates, from the Nevada Control Strategy, 
submitted on October 7, 1976.
    (c) The following rules are disapproved because they relax the 
emission limitation on particulate matter.
    (1) Clark County District Board of Health, Table 27.1, (Particulate 
Matter from Process Matter), submitted on July 24, 1979.
    (2) Nevada Air Quality Regulations, Article 4, Rule 4.34, (Visible 
Emission from Stationary Sources), submitted on December 29, 1978, and 
Rule 4.3.6, (Visible Emission from Stationary Sources), submitted on 
June 24, 1980.
[37 FR 10877, May 31, 1972, as amended at 45 FR 8011, Feb. 6, 1980; 46 
FR 43142, Aug. 27, 1981; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

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Sec. 52.1477  Nevada air pollution emergency plan.

    Section 6.1.5 of the Emergency Episode Plan submitted on December 
29, 1978 is disapproved since termination of the episode is left to the 
discretion of the Control Officer and not specified criteria and it does 
not meet the requirements of 40 CFR 51.16 and Appendix L. The old rule 
6.1.5 submitted on January 28, 1972 is retained.
[45 FR 46385, July 10, 1980]



Sec. 52.1478  Extensions.

    The Administrator, by the authority delegated under section 
186(a)(4) of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1990, hereby extends for 
one year, until December 31, 1996, the attainment date for the Clark 
County (Las Vegas Valley), Nevada carbon monoxide nonattainment area.
[61 FR 57333, Nov. 6, 1996]



Sec. 52.1479  Source surveillance.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.211 of this chapter are not met, 
except in Clark County, since the plan does not provide adequate legally 
enforceable procedures for requiring owners or operators of stationary 
sources to maintain records of, and periodically report, information on 
the nature and amount of emissions.
    (b) The requirements of Sec. 51.214 of this chapter are not met 
since the plan does not provide adequate legally enforceable procedures 
to require stationary sources subject to emission standards to submit 
information relating to emissions and operation of the emission monitors 
to the State as specified in Appendix P of part 51.
[37 FR 10878, May 31, 1972, as amended at 38 FR 12709, May 14, 1973; 40 
FR 55331, Nov. 28, 1975; 43 FR 36933, Aug. 21, 1978; 51 FR 40677, Nov. 
7, 1986]



Secs. 52.1480--52.1481  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1482  Compliance schedules.

    (a)-(b) [Reserved]
    (c) The compliance schedule revisions submitted for the sources 
identified below are disapproved as not meeting the requirement of 
subpart N of this chapter. All regulations cited are air pollution 
control regulations of the State, unless otherwise noted.

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                Source                         Location           Regulation involved        Date of adoption
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Jack N. Tedford, Inc.................  Fallon.................  Not given..............  Aug. 14, 1972.
Basic, Inc...........................  Gabbs..................  Article 4..............  Feb. 13, 1973.
                                                                Article 7..............  June 26, 1973.
Duval Corp...........................  Battle Mountain........  Article 5..............  Feb. 13, 1973.
Mohave Generating Station, Southern    Laughlin...............  Clark County, Section    Jan. 11, 1973.
 California Edison Co.                                           16.
                                                                Section 26.............  July 17, 1973.
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[39 FR 14209, Apr. 22, 1974, as amended at 40 FR 3995, Jan. 27, 1975; 51 
FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986; 54 FR 25258, June 14, 1989]



Sec. 52.1483  Malfunction regulations.

    (a) The following regulations are disapproved because they would 
permit the exemption of sources from applicable emission limitations 
under certain situations and therefore they do not satisfy the 
enforcement imperatives of section 110 of the Clean Air Act.
    (1) Clark County District Board of Health
    (i) Section 25, Rules 25.1-25.1.4.
[49 FR 10259, Mar. 20, 1984]



Sec. 52.1484  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1485  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air 
Act are not met, since the plan, except as it applies to the Clark 
County Health District, does not include approvable procedures for 
preventing the significant deterioration of air quality.
    (b) Regulation for preventing significant deterioration of air 
quality. The provisions of Sec. 52.21(b) through (w) are

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incorporated and made a part of the applicable State plan for the State 
of Nevada except for that portion applicable to the Clark County Health 
District.
    (c) All applications and other information required pursuant to 
Sec. 52.21 from sources located in the jurisdiction of the State of 
Nevada shall be submitted to the Director, Department of Conservation 
and Natural Resources, 201 South Fall Street, Carson City, Nevada 
instead of the EPA Region 9 Office.
[47 FR 26621, June 21, 1982, as amended at 48 FR 28271, June 21, 1983]



Sec. 52.1486  Control strategy: Hydrocarbons and ozone.

    (a) The requirements of subpart G of this chapter are not met since 
the plan does not provide for the attainment and maintenance of the 
national standard for ozone in the Las Vegas Intrastate Region 
(Sec. 81.80 of this chapter).
[45 FR 67347, Oct. 10, 1980, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1487  Public hearings.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.102 (a) and (e) of this chapter are 
not met since NAQR, Article 2.11.4.2 allows variances (compliance 
schedules), to be renewed without a public hearing, thus allowing 
further postponement of the final compliance date for sources whose 
emissions contribute to violations of the national standards. Therefore, 
NAQR, Article 2.11.4.2 is disapproved.
[43 FR 1343, Jan. 24, 1978, as amended at 51 FR 40675, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1488  Visibility protection.

    (a) The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not 
met, because the plan does not include approvable procedures for 
protection of visibility in mandatory Class I Federal areas.
    (b) Regulation for visibility monitoring and new source review. The 
provisions of Secs. 52.26 and 52.28 are hereby incorporated and made a 
part of the applicable plan for the State of Nevada.
    (c) Long-term strategy. The provisions of Sec. 52.29 are hereby 
incorporated and made part of the applicable plan for the State of 
Nevada.
[50 FR 28553, July 12, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 45137, Nov. 24, 1987]



Sec. 52.1489  Particulate matter (PM-10) Group II SIP commitments.

    (a) On March 29, 1989, the Air Quality Officer for the State of 
Nevada submitted a revision to the State Implementation Plan for Battle 
Mountain that contains commitments, for implementing all of the required 
activities including monitoring, reporting, emission inventory, and 
other tasks that may be necessary to satisfy the requirements of the PM-
10 Group II SIPs.
    (b) The Nevada Division of Environmental Protection has committed to 
comply with the PM-10 Group II, State Implementation Plan (SIP) 
requirements.
[55 FR 18111, May 1, 1990]



                        Subpart EE--New Hampshire



Sec. 52.1519  Identification of plan--conditional approval.

    (a) The following plan revisions were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) On January 12, 1993, the New Hampshire Department of 
Environmental Services submitted a small business stationary source 
technical and environmental compliance assistance program (PROGRAM). On 
May 19, 1994, New Hampshire submitted a letter deleting portions of the 
January 12, 1993 submittal. In these submissions, the State commits to 
designate a state agency to house the small business ombudsman and to 
submit adequate legal authority to establish and implement a compliance 
advisory panel and a small business ombudsman. Additionally, the State 
commits to have a fully operational PROGRAM by November 15, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental 
Services dated January 12, 1993 submitting a revision to the New 
Hampshire State Implementation Plan.
    (B) State Implementation Plan Revision for a Small Business 
Technical and Environmental compliance Assistance Program dated January 
12, 1993.

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    (C) Letter from the New Hampshire Department of Environmental 
Services dated May 19, 1994 revising the January 12, 1993 submittal.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Non-regulatory portions of the State submittal.
    (2) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on February 28, 1994, April 19, 1994, 
April 21, 1994, August 18, 1994, and letters dated May 19, 1994 and June 
28, 1994, submitted by the New Hampshire Air Resources Division.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated 
February 28, 1994, April 19, 1994, April 21, 1994, and August 18, 1994.
    (B) Chapter 353 of the laws of 1993, An Act establishing an enhanced 
emissions inspection and maintenance program and requiring a diesel 
emissions study, effective July 3, 1993.
    (C) Enhanced Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Rules, New 
Hampshire Department of Safety, adopted February 17, 1994, effective 
January 1, 1995.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the letter with attachments from the 
New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated February 28, 1994.
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of the letter with attachments from the 
New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated April 19, 1994.
    (C) Letter with attachments from the New Hampshire Air Resources 
Division dated April 21, 1994.
    (D) Letter from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated May 
19, 1994.
    (E) Letter with attachment from the New Hampshire Air Resources 
Division dated June 28, 1994.
    (F) Letter with attachments from the New Hampshire Air Resources 
Division dated August 18, 1994.
    (b)-(c)  [Reserved]
    (3) Revision to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on June 14, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated June 
14, 1995, submitting a revision to the New Hampshire State 
Implementation Plan.
[59 FR 50506, Oct. 4, 1994, as amended at 59 FR 51517, Oct. 12, 1994; 60 
FR 47290, Sept. 12, 1995]



Sec. 52.1520  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plan: ``State of New Hampshire Implementation Plan.''
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 27, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions to the plan correcting 
minor deficiencies submitted on February 23, 1972, by the New Hampshire 
Air Pollution Control Agency.
    (2) Non-regulatory provisions for retention and availability of air 
quality data submitted on March 23, 1972, by the New Hampshire Air 
Pollution Control Agency.
    (3) Attainment dates of national primary and secondary air quality 
standards submitted on August 8, 1972, by the New Hampshire Air 
Pollution Control Agency.
    (4) Revision of regulation No. 5, section 111.A, limiting sulfur 
content of fuels submitted on September 26, 1972, by the New Hampshire 
Air Pollution Control Agency.
    (5) Compliance schedules submitted on February 14, 1973, by the New 
Hampshire Air Pollution Control Agency.
    (6) Compliance schedules submitted on March 22, 1973, by the New 
Hampshire Air Pollution Control Agency.
    (7) Revision exempting steam locomotives from the plan submitted on 
April 3, 1973, by the New Hampshire Air Pollution Control Agency.
    (8) Regulation No. 20 requiring review of indirect sources submitted 
on December 13, 1973, by New Hampshire Air Pollution Control Agency.
    (9) AQMA identification material submitted on May 20, 1974, by the 
New Hampshire Air Pollution Control Agency.
    (10) Miscellaneous revisions to Regulation numbers, 4, 6, 8, 10, 11, 
13, 14, and 17 submitted on June 6, 1974, by the New Hampshire Air 
Pollution Control Agency.
    (11) Revision to Regulation 18, ``Requirements for Recordkeeping at 
Facilities which Discharge Air Contaminants,'' submitted on May 28, 
1975, by

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the New Hampshire Air Pollution Control Agency.
    (12) Attainment plans to meet the requirements of Part D for carbon 
monoxide for Metropolitan Manchester and ozone for AQCR 121, programs 
for the review of construction and operation of new and modified major 
stationary sources of pollution in both attainment and non-attainment 
areas and certain miscellaneous provisions were submitted on May 29, 
1979, November 6, 1979, and March 17, 1980.
    (13) Attainment plans to meet the requirements of Part D for total 
suspended particulates and sulfur dioxide in Berlin were submitted by 
the Governor of New Hampshire on September 19, 1979.
    (14) Revisions to Regulation 5, Prevention, Abatement, and Control 
of Sulfur Emission from Stationary Combustion Equipment, submitted by 
the Governor of New Hampshire on July 12, 1973 and April 11, 1975.
    (15) A plan to provide comprehensive public participation and an 
analysis of the effects of the New Hampshire 1979 SIP revisions were 
submitted on February 28, 1980.
    (16) Revised regulations to assure reasonable further progress and 
compliance by owners of proposed new sources with Federal as well as 
state regulations were submitted on July 8, 1980.
    (17) A comprehensive air quality monitoring plan, intended to meet 
requirements of 40 CFR part 58, was submitted by the New Hampshire Air 
Resource Agency Director on January 30, 1980.
    (18) A plan to attain and maintain the National Ambient Air Quality 
Standard for lead and to amend the state's air quality standards was 
submitted on April 15, 1980. A letter further explaining the state 
procedures for review of new major sources of lead emissions and 
confirming the use of reference methods was submitted on December 9, 
1980 by the Director of the Air Resources Agency.
    (19) Revisions to meet the requirements of Part D and certain other 
sections of the Clean Air Act, as amended, for attaining carbon monoxide 
standards in the City of Manchester which were submitted on January 12, 
1981 and February 18, 1981. The revisions supplement the 1979 CO 
attainment plan (Sec. 52.1520(c)(12)) and include three air quality-
improving transportation projects and a schedule for submitting a plan 
which will demonstrate attainment by no later than December 31, 1987.
    (20) Revisions to meet ozone attainment requirements of Part D (VOC 
Control Regulations) were submitted on August 17, 1981 and are approved 
as follows: Regulations Air 1204.03, 1204.11(d), 1204.12, 1204.13, 
1204.18 and 1204.21.
    (21) Operating permits with compliance schedules for VOC sources 
were submitted May 2, 1980, May 16, 1980, November 20, 1981 and January 
8, 1982. Approved are operating permits for Mobil Oil Corporation; ATC 
Petroleum, Inc.; Velcro USA, Inc.; and Nashua Corporation's facility at 
Nashua.
    (22) Revisions to (i) provide a new format and renumber the SIP 
regulations with associated miscellaneous language changes for purposes 
of consistency; (ii) to delete redundant regulations and definitions; 
(iii) amend several regulations; and (iv) to add additional regulations 
submitted by the New Hampshire Air Resources Commission on June 17, 1982 
and August 31, 1982. The federally-approved regulations of the New 
Hampshire SIP are as follows:

     CHAPTER 100, PART Air 101, Sections Air 101.04-101.26, 
101.28-101.30, 101.32-101.49, 101.51, 101.53-101.56, 101.58-101.62, 
101.64-101.69, 101.74-101.75, 101.77, 101.79-101.89, 101.91-101.96, 
101.98.
     CHAPTER Air 200, PART Air 205.
     CHAPTER Air 300, PARTs Air 301-303.
     CHAPTER Air 400, PARTs Air 401; 402, Sections Air 402.01, 
402.03, 402.04; PARTs Air 403-405.
     CHAPTER Air 600, PARTs Air 601-616.
     CHAPTER Air 700, PARTs Air 701-706.
     CHAPTER Air 800, PARTs Air 801-802.
     CHAPTER Air 900, PARTs Air 901-903.
     CHAPTER Air 1000, PART Air 1001.
     CHAPTER Air 1200, PART Air 1201, Sections 1201.01-1201.06, 
1201.08-1201.11; PARTs Air 1202; 1203; 1204, Sections 1204.01-1204.16, 
1204.18-1204.21; PARTs Air 1205; 1207; 1208.

    (23) Carbon monoxide attainment plan revisions for the City of 
Manchester which meet the requirements of Part D of the Act for 1982 SIP 
revisions. The revisions were submitted on

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October 5, 1982 and December 20, 1982 by the New Hampshire Air Resources 
Agency.
    (24) A revision specifying the State will follow Federal permit 
notice and hearing procedures for applications subject to PSD 
requirements was submitted by the Air Resources Commission on November 
19, 1982.
    (25) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan for ozone, 
consisting of emission limits and compliance schedules for Oak Materials 
Group, Ideal Tape Co., Markem Corp., Essex Group, and Nashua Corp.'s 
Merrimack Facility, were submitted on December 23, 1982, December 30, 
1982, January 19, 1983, and March 18, 1983.
    (26) Revisions to CHAPTER Air 400, Section Air 402.02 (formerly 
Regulation 5). raising the allowable sulfur-in-oil limit for all but ten 
sources, were submitted by New Hampshire on July 12, 1973, April 11, 
1975, December 21, 1982 and March 29, 1983. The excluded sources are:

    1. International Packings Corp., Bristol.
    2. Dartmouth College, Hanover.
    3. Hinsdale Products Co., Inc., Hinsdale.
    4. Groveton Paper Co., Northumberland.
    5. James River Corp./Cascade Division, Gorham.
    6. Velcro USA, Inc., Manchester.
    7. ATC Petroleum, Newington.
    8. Anheuser-Busch, Inc., Merrimack.
    9. Hoague-Sprague Corp., West Hopkinton.
    10. Public Service Co., Manchester Steam, Manchester.

    (27) Amendments to Regulation Air 1204.02(c), defining 
``equivalent'' to include ``solids-applied basis'' and Air 1204.21(j), 
altering the maximum time for compliance schedule extensions from 
December 31, 1987 to July 1, 1985 were submitted on August 9, 1983. An 
additional regulation, Air 1204.17, ``Emission Standards for 
Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products'' was submitted on August 17, 
1981.
    (28) Revisions to Air 1204.01, updating the list of volatile organic 
compounds exempted from PART Air 1204, and a revision to Air 101.74, 
`Process weight' were submitted on November 10, 1983.
    (29) Revisions raising the allowable sulfur-in-oil limit to 2.0% for 
five sources excluded from revisions to CHAPTER Air 400, Section 402.02 
(identified at subparagraph (c)(26) above), submitted on November 1, 
1983. The five sources, and the source specific emission limits where 
applicable, are:

    1. International Packings Corp., Bristol.
    2. Velcro USA, Inc., Manchester.
    3. Dartmouth College, Hanover (Limited to a maximum allowable hourly 
production of 164,000 pounds of steam.).
    4. Sprague Energy-Atlantic Terminal Corp., Newington (Limited to 
firing any three of four boilers, or if all four boilers are fired, the 
sulfur content is limited 1.5%.).
    5. Hoague-Sprague Corp., Hopkinton (Limited to firing any one of two 
boilers.)

    (30) Revisions to Air 1201.05 adding paragraph (e), concerning 
hazardous waste incinerators, was submitted on April 9, 1984. Approval 
of this regulation shall not be construed to supercede New Source 
Performance Standards; National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air 
Pollutants; and the regulations controlling emissions from major new or 
modified stationary sources in attainment and non-attainment areas.
    (31) Revisions raising the allowable sulfur-in-oil limit to 2.0% for 
two sources excluded from revisions to CHAPTER Air 400, Section 402.02 
(identified at paragraph (c)(26) of this section), submitted on January 
13, 1984. The two sources, and the source specific restrictions at each, 
are:
    (i) Manchester Steam Station, Public Service Company of N.H., 
Manchester (The auxiliary boiler is allowed to burn 2.0% sulfur oil as 
long as the main boilers remain inactive. If either or both of the main 
boilers are reactivated, the maximum sulfur content of oil burned in any 
boiler shall not exceed 1.7% by weight. In addition, each main boiler 
shall not operate until its stack height is increased to 45 m.)
    (ii) Hinsdale Products Co., Inc., Hinsdale (Limited to a maximum 
hourly fuel firing rate of 213 gallons.)
    (32) A revision submitted on December 22, 1983 which requires Markem 
Corporation to install an incinerator. The installation of the 
incinerator must be completed by July 1, 1985.
    (33) The TSP plan to attain primary standards in Berlin, New 
Hampshire and the administrative order issued May 2, 1984 to the James 
River Corporation which were submitted by the Air Resources Agency on 
May 9, 1984.

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    (34) Revisions to Part (Air) 610 of Chapter 600, ``Statewide Permit 
System'' for the preconstruction permitting of new major sources and 
major modifications in nonattainment areas submitted on April 9, 1984 
and September 10, 1984 by the New Hampshire Air Resources Commission.
    (35) A revision to approve operating limits for boilers at Dartmouth 
College, submitted on May 19, 1986 by the Director of the New Hampshire 
Air Resources Agency.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Permits to Operate issued by the State of New Hampshire Air 
Resources Agency to Dartmouth College, No. PO-B-1501.5, No. PO-B-1502.5, 
and No. PO-B-1503.5, and Temporary Permit TP-B-150.2, 3, and 4, dated 
January 6, 1986.
    (36) Approval of a revision to allow the James River Corporation 
(Cascade Mill), Gorham, to burn oil having a 2.2% sulfur-by-weight limit 
in accordance with previously approved SIP regulation Chapter Air 400, 
Section Air 402.02, submitted on February 11, 1985. This sources was 
excluded from revisions pertaining to New Hampshire regulation Chapter 
Air 400, Section Air 402.02 (identified at paragraph (c)(26) of this 
section), but New Hampshire has now submitted adequate technical support 
for approval.
    (37) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted on April 
26, 1985, January 20, 1986 and May 12, 1987 by the Air Resources 
Commission.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated April 26, 1985 from the New Hampshire Air Resources 
Commission submitting revisions to the State Implementation Plan for EPA 
approval.
    (B) Revisions to New Hampshire Code of Administrative Rules, Part 
Air 704.01, ``Permit Review Fee for Large Fuel Burning Devices,'' Part 
Air 704.02, ``Permit Review Fee for All Other Devices,'' Part Air 
706.01, ``Renewal Review Fee For Large Fuel Burning Devices,'' Part Air 
706.02, ``Renewal Review Fee For All Other Devices,'' Part Air 1202, 
``Fuel Burning Devices,'' effective on December 27, 1984.
    (C) Certification from the State of New Hampshire dated April 26, 
1985.
    (D) Letter from the State of New Hampshire dated January 20, 1986.
    (E) Letter from the State of New Hampshire dated May 12, 1987.
    (38) Approval of a revision to allow the James River Corporation, 
Groveton, to burn oil having a 2.2% sulfur-by-weight limit in accordance 
with previously approved SIP regulation CHAPTER Air 400, Section Air 
402.02, submitted on January 22, 1986. This source was previously 
excluded from revisions pertaining to New Hampshire regulation CHAPTER 
Air 400, Section Air 402.02 (identified at paragraph (c)(26) of this 
section), but New Hampshire has now submitted adequate technical support 
for approval.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) The conditions in the following five Permits to Operate issued 
by the State of New Hampshire Air Resources Agency on September 6, 1985, 
to the James River Corporation--Groveton Group: Permit No. PO-B-1550, 
Conditions 5B, 5C, and 5D; Permit No. PO-B-213, Conditions 2 and 5A; 
Permit No. PO-B-214, Conditions 2 and 5A; Permit No. PO-B-215, 
Conditions 2 and 5A; and Permit No. PO-BP-2240, Condition 5B. These 
conditions limit the sulfur-in-fuel content at the James River 
Corporation, Groveton, to 2.2% sulfur by weight.
    (39) Attainment plans for carbon monoxide for the City of Nashua 
including an extension of the attainment date to December 31, 1990 as 
submitted on September 12, 1985, December 3, 1985, October 7, 1986, 
March 6, 1987, May 12, 1987 and October 15, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) The New Hampshire Code of 
Administrative Rules, Department of Safety, Chapter 900, Emission 
Inspections, Part Saf-M, 901, Part Saf-M 902, Part Saf-M 903, Part Saf-M 
904, Part Saf-M 905, Part Saf-M 906,Part Saf-M 907, Part Saf-M 908, Part 
Saf-M 909, and Part Saf-M 910, effective October 6, 1986.
    (B) Section 715.02 Introductory Text and paragraph (1) of Part Saf-
M-715, and Sec. 716.01 Introductory Text and paragraph (g) of Part Saf-
M-716, submitted to New Hampshire Department of Safety by the State of 
New Hampshire on August 14, 1985.
    (ii) Additional material. (A) A letter from Governor John H. Sununu 
to Michael R. Deland, dated March 6, 1987,

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committing to take legislative measures to convert the Inspection/
Maintenance program in the Nashua area to the use of computerized 
emission analyzers in the event that the program is found to not be 
achieving the necessary emission reductions.
    (B) Narrative submittals, including an attainment demonstration.
    (40) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on July 6, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated July 
6, 1989 submitting revisions to the New Hampshire State Implementation 
Plan.
    (B) Revisions to New Hampshire's Rule Env-A 303.01 entitled 
``Particulate Matter,'' effective April 21, 1989.
    (C) Revisions to New Hampshire's Rule Env-A 1001.02 entitled 
``permissible Open Burning,'' effective May 26, 1989.
    (41) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on February 12, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated 
February 12, 1991 submitting a revision to the New Hampshire State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Env-A 802.09 and Env-A 802.10 of the New Hampshire 
Administrative Rules Governing the Control of Air Pollution entitled 
``Continuous Emission Monitoring'' and ``CEM Recordkeeping 
Requirements,'' respectively. These regulations were effective on 
December 27, 1990.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.
    (42) [Reserved]
    (43) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on November 21, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter form the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated 
November 21, 1989 submitting a revision to the New Hampshire State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments to regulations for the State of New Hampshire's 
Administrative Rules Governing Air Pollution in Chapters Env-A 100, 800, 
900 and 1200 which were effective November 16, 1989.
    (C) Letter from Robert W. Varney, Commissioner of the Department of 
Environmental Services of New Hampshire, to John B. Hammond, Acting 
Director of the New Hampshire Office of Legislative Services, dated 
November 15, 1989, adopting final rules.
    (44) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on September 12, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    Letter from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated September 
12, 1990 submitting a revision to the New Hampshire State Implementation 
Plan that withdraws nine source-specific operating permits incorporated 
by reference at 40 CFR 52.1520(c)(21), (c)(25) and (c)(32).
    (ii) Additional materials.
    Letter from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated July 2, 
1991 submitting documentation of a public hearing.
    (45) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan consisting of a 
readoption of the Rules Governing the Control of Air Pollution for the 
State of New Hampshire submitted by the New Hampshire Air Resources 
Division on February 12, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated 
February 12, 1991 submitting revisions to the New Hampshire State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air 
Pollution for the State of New Hampshire effective on December 27, 1990:

     Chapter Env-A 100: Sections Env-A 101.01-.20, 101.22-.26, 
101.28-.32, 101.34-50, 101.52, 101.54-.57, 101.59-.62, 101.64-.97 and 
101.99.
     Chapter Env-A 200: Parts Env-A 201-205; Part Env-A 207; 
Section Env-A 209.05; and Part Env-A 210.
     Chapter Env-A 300: Parts Env-A 301-303.
     Chapter Env-A 400: Part Env-A 401-404; Sections Env-A 401-
404; Sections Env-A 405.01-.05(b) and 405.06.
     Chapter Env-A 600: Parts Env-A 601-602; Sections Env-A 
603.01-.02(o) and 603.03(a)-(e); and Parts Env-A 604-616.
     Chapter Env-A 700: Parts Env-A 701-705.
     Chapter Env-A 800: Parts Env-A 801-802; and Part Env-A 804.

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     Chapter Env-A 900` Parts Env-A 901-903.
     Chapter Env-A 1000: Part Env-A 1001.
     Chapter Env-A 1200: Parts Env-A 1201-1203; Sections 
1204.01-.11 and 1204.13-.19; Part Env-A 1205; Sections Env-A 1206.01-.02 
and 1206.04-.06; and Parts Env-A 1207-1208.

    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letters from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated May 
7, August 20, and August 26, 1991, March 6, and May 6, 1992 withdrawing 
certain portion of the February 12, 1991 SIP submittal.
    (46) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan consisting of 
amendments to Chapter Env-A 1204.12 Emission Control Methods for Cutback 
and Emulsified Asphalt submitted by the New Hampshire Air Resources 
Division on May 15, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated May 
15, 1992 submitting a revision to the New Hampshire State Implementation 
Plan.
    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air 
Pollution for the State of New Hampshire effective on January 17, 1992: 
Chapter Env-A 1200: PART Env-A 1204.12 Emission Control Methods for 
Cutback and Emulsified Asphalt.
    (47) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on May 15, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated May 
15, 1992 submitting a revision to the New Hampshire State Implementation 
Plan.
    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air 
Pollution for the State of New Hampshire effective on January 17, 1992:

--Chapter Env-A 800: Part Env-A 805
--Chapter Env-A 1200: Sections Env-A 1204.02, 1204.04, 1204.05-1204.08, 
    1204.14-1204.15.
    (48)  [Reserved]
    (49) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on June 17, 1994, and December 21, 
1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated June 
17, 1994, and December 21, 1992, submitting revisions to the New 
Hampshire State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Regulations Chapter Env-A 1200, Part Env-A 1211, ``Nitrogen 
Oxides (NOX),'' effective on May 20, 1994, and Chapter Env-A 
900, Part Env-A 901, sections Env-A 901.06 ``NOX 
Recordkeeping Requirements,'' and Env-A 901.07, ``NOX 
Reporting Requirements,'' effective on November 13, 1992.
    (50) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on July 7, 1995, September 18, 1995, 
and October 18, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated July 
7, 1995, September 18, 1995, and October 18, 1995, submitting revisions 
to the New Hampshire State Implementation Plan.
    (B) New Hampshire NOX RACT Order ARD-95-001, concerning 
Groveton Paperboard Corporation, effective on May 10, 1995.
    (C) New Hampshire NOX RACT Order ARD-95-002, concerning 
Plymouth Cogeneration Limited Partnership, effective September 12, 1995.
    (D) New Hampshire NOX RACT Order ARD-95-003, concerning 
Waterville Valley Ski Area Limited, effective September 19, 1995.
    (51) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on December 9, 1996, June 28, 1996, 
October 24, 1996, and July 10, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. (A) Letters from the New Hampshire 
Air Resources Division dated December 9, 1996, June 28, 1996, October 
24, 1996, July 10, 1995 and December 21, 1992 submitting revisions to 
the New Hampshire State Implementation Plan (SIP), and a letter dated 
November 21, 1997 withdrawing Env-A 1204.06 from the SIP submittal.
    (B) Regulations Part Env-A 801 ``Purpose;'' Part Env-A 802 ``Testing 
and Monitoring for Stationary Sources: General Requirements;'' Part Env-
A 902 ``Malfunctions and Breakdowns of Air Pollution Control 
Equipment;'' and Part Env-A 903 ``Compliance Schedules'' all effective 
November 15, 1992.
    (C) Regulations Part Env-A 803 ``VOC Testing;'' Part Env-A 804 
``Capture Efficiency;'' Sections Env-A 901.01

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through 901.05, 901.08 and 901.09 of Part Env-A 901 ``Recordkeeping and 
Reporting by Sources;'' and Part Env-A 1204 ``Stationary Sources of 
Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) (except 1204.06),'' all effective on 
August 31, 1995.
    (D) New Hampshire VOC RACT Order ARD-94-001, concerning L.W. 
Packard, effective May 5, 1995.
    (E) New Hampshire VOC RACT Order ARD-95-010, concerning Kalwall in 
Manchester, NH, effective September 10, 1996.
    (F) New Hampshire VOC RACT Order ARD-96-001, concerning Textile 
Tapes Corporation, NH, effective October 4, 1996.
    (52) A revision to the New Hampshire SIP regarding ozone monitoring. 
The State of New Hampshire will modify its SLAMS and its NAMS monitoring 
system to include a PAMS network design and establish monitoring sites. 
The State's SIP revision satisfies 40 CFR 58.20(f) PAMS requirements.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) State of New Hampshire Photochemical Assessment Monitoring 
Stations--Network Plan--Network Overview.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) NH-DES letter dated December 13, 1994, and signed by Thomas M. 
Noel, Acting Director, NH-DES.
    (53) [Reserved]
    (54) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Hampshire Air Resources Division on April 14, 1997, May 6, 1997, and 
September 24, 1997.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the New Hampshire Air Resources Division dated 
April 14, 1997, May 6, 1997, and September 24, 1997 submitting revisions 
to the New Hampshire State Implementation Plan.
    (B) New Hampshire NOX RACT Order ARD-97-001, concerning 
Public Service Company of New Hampshire in Bow, effective on April 14, 
1997.
    (C) New Hampshire NOX RACT Order ARD-95-011, concerning 
Hampshire Chemical Corporation, effective on May 6, 1997.
    (D) New Hampshire NOX RACT Order ARD-97-003, concerning 
Crown Vantage, effective September 24, 1997.
[37 FR 10879, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1520, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.

    Effective Date Note: At 63 FR 26459, May 13, 1998, Sec. 52.1520 was 
amended by adding paragraph (c)(54), effective July 13, 1998.



Sec. 52.1521  Classification of regions.

    The New Hampshire plan was evaluated on the basis of the following 
classifications:
      
      

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                                                                                  Pollutant
                                                           -----------------------------------------------------
                Air quality control region                  Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon
                                                               matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide    Ozone
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Androscoggin Valley Interstate............................          IA         IA       III       III        III
Central New Hampshire Intrastate..........................         III        III       III       III        III
Merrimack Valley-Southern New Hampshire Interstate........           I          I       III       III        III
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[37 FR 10879, May 31, 1972, as amended at 45 FR 24876, Apr. 11, 1980]



Sec. 52.1522  Approval status.

    (a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves New Hampshire's plan as identified in Sec. 52.1520 of this 
subpart for the attainment and maintenance of the national standards 
under section 110 of the Clean Air Act. Furthermore, the Administrator 
finds the plans satisfy all requirements of Part D, Title I of the Clean 
Air Act as amended in 1977, except as noted below.
    (b) To insure Federal approval of State issued new source review 
permits pursuant to section 173 of the Clean Air Act, the provisions of 
Section V of the

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emission offset interpretative rule published January 16, 1979, (44 FR 
3274) must be met.
[45 FR 24876, Apr. 11, 1980, as amended at 48 FR 50078, Oct. 31, 1983]



Sec. 52.1523  Attainment dates for national standards.

    The following table presents the latest dates by which the national 
standards are to be attained. The dates reflect the information 
presented in New Hampshire's plan.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                          TSP                      SO2
     Nonattainment areas 1     -------------------------------------------------    NO2         CO         O3
                                  Primary    Secondary     Primary    Secondary
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Androscoggin Valley Interstate
 AQCR 107:
  Berlin......................  g.........  f            f           f           a          a          a
  Remainder of AQCR...........  a.........  b            a           b           a          a          a
Merrimack Valley-SO NH
 Interstate 121:
  Keene.......................  a.........  b            a           b           a          a          d
  Manchester..................  a.........  c            a           b           a          h          d
  Nashua......................  a.........  b            a           b           a          e          d
  Remainder of AQCR...........  a.........  b            a           b           a          a          d
AQCR 149......................  a.........  b            a           b           a          a          a
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
a. Air quality level presently below primary standards or area is unclassifiable.
b. Air quality level presently below secondary standards or area is unclassifiable.
c. Eighteen month extension for plan submittal granted; attainment date not yet proposed.
d. December 31, 1982.
e. Redesignation to non-attainment. Nine months granted for submission of an attainment plan; attainment date
  not yet proposed.
f. December 31, 1981.
g. August 31, 1985.
h. December 31, 1987.
\1\ Sources subject to plan requirements and attainment dates established under section 110(a)(2)(A) prior to
  the 1977 Clean Air Act Amendments remain obligated to comply with those requirements by the earlier deadlines.
  The earlier attainment dates are set out at 40 CFR 52.1523 (1978).

[45 FR 24876, Apr. 11, 1980, as amended at 50 FR 51250, Dec. 16, 1985; 
51 FR 21550, June 13, 1986]



Sec. 52.1524  Compliance schedules.

    (a) Compliance schedules for the sources identified below are 
approved as meeting the requirements of subpart N of this chapter. All 
regulations cited are air pollution control regulations of the State, 
unless otherwise noted.

--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               Source                       Location           Regulation involved      Date of adoption        Effective date     Final compliance date
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Markem Corporation.................  Keene, NH.............  No. 1204.05...........  Feb. 10, 1984........  Feb. 19, 1981........  July 1, 1985.
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (b) The requirements of Sec. 51.262(a) of this chapter are not met 
since compliance schedules with adequate increments of progress have not 
been submitted for every source for which they are required.
    (c) The compliance schedules for the sources identified below are 
disapproved as not meeting the requirements of subpart N of this 
chapter. All regulations cited are air pollution control regulations of 
the State, unless otherwise noted.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Source                         Location           Regulation involved        Date of adoption
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Brown Co.............................  Berlin, N.H............  No. 15.................  May 14, 1973.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (d) Federal compliance schedules. The compliance schedules for the 
sources identified below are promulgated herein in satisfaction of the 
requirements of subpart N of this chapter. All regulations cited are air 
pollution control regulations ofthe State, unless otherwise noted.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                          Regulation                          Final compliance
              Source                      Location         involved      Effective date             date
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Brown Co.:
  (a) No. 11 Kraft recovery.......  Berlin, N.H.........          15  Immediately.........  Jan. 1973.
  (b) No. 11 Kraft recovery.......  ......do............          15  ......do............  Jan. 1974.

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  (c) No. 8 Kraft recovery boiler   ......do............          15  ......do............  July 1974.
   main stack.
  (d) No. 8 Kraft recovery smelt    ......do............          15  ......do............  Dec. 1974.
   tank vent.
  (e) Heavy black liquor oxidation  ......do............          15  ......do............  June 1974.
  (f) No. 1 lime kiln stack.......  ......do............          15  ......do............  Jan. 1973.
  (g) No. 2 lime kiln stack.......  ......do............          15  ......do............  Dec. 1974.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[38 FR 12713, May 14, 1973, as amended at 38 FR 16145, June 20, 1973; 38 
FR 22744, Aug. 23, 1973; 49 FR 38102, Sept. 27, 1984; 51 FR 40676, 
40677, Nov. 7, 1986; 54 FR 25259, June 14, 1989]



Sec. 52.1525  EPA-approved New Hampshire state regulations.

    The following table identifies that State regulations which have 
been submitted to and approved by EPA as revisions to the New Hampshire 
State Implementation Plan. This table is for informational purposes only 
and does not have any independent regulatory effect. To determine 
regulatory requirements for a specific situation consult the plan 
identified in Sec. 52.1520. To the extent that this table conflicts with 
Sec. 52.1520, Sec. 52.1520 governs.

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                                          Table 52.1525--EPA-Approved Rules and Regulations \1\--New Hampshire
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             Date
          Title/subject               State citation       adopted      Date approved EPA     Federal Register         52.1520             Comments
                                        chapter \2\         State                                 citation
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Organizational Rules: Definitions  CH Air 100..........     12/17/81  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            Sections Air 101.01-
                                                                                                                                      .03; .27; .31;
                                                                                                                                      .50; .52; .57;
                                                                                                                                      .63; .70-.73; .76;
                                                                                                                                      .78; .90; .97 and
                                                                                                                                      PARTs Air 102 and
                                                                                                                                      103 are not part
                                                                                                                                      of the approved
                                                                                                                                      SIP.
                                                             7/21/83  2/01/84.............  49 FR 3989..........  (c)(28)            Approved Section
                                                                                                                                      Air 101.74, Def.
                                                                                                                                      of `process
                                                                                                                                      weight.'
                                   Env-A 100...........     11/16/89  6/13/91.............  56 FR 27197.........  (c)(43)            Approved Sections
                                                                                                                                      Env-A 101.79, Def.
                                                                                                                                      of `Reasonable
                                                                                                                                      Available Control
                                                                                                                                      Technology' and
                                                                                                                                      Env-A 101.98, Def.
                                                                                                                                      of `Volatile
                                                                                                                                      Organic Compound.'
                                                            12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36605.........  (c)(45)            Part Env-A 101
                                                                                                                                      renumbered and
                                                                                                                                      completely
                                                                                                                                      replaced; Sections
                                                                                                                                      Env-A 101.21; .27;
                                                                                                                                      .33; .51; .53;
                                                                                                                                      .58; .63; .98; and
                                                                                                                                      Parts Env-A 102
                                                                                                                                      and 103 are not
                                                                                                                                      part of the
                                                                                                                                      approved SIP.
Procedural Rules.................  CH Air 200..........     12/17/81  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            Parts Air 201-204
                                                                                                                                      and Parts Air 206-
                                                                                                                                      210 are not part
                                                                                                                                      of the approved
                                                                                                                                      SIP.
                                                            10/21/82  4/21/83.............  48 FR 17077.........  (c)(24)            Section Air 205.10
                                                                                                                                      added.
                                   Env-A 200...........     12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36605.........  (c)(45)            Parts Env-A 206 and
                                                                                                                                      208 and Sections
                                                                                                                                      Env-A 209.01-04
                                                                                                                                      are not part of
                                                                                                                                      the approved SIP.
Ambient Air Quality Standards....  CH Air 300..........     12/17/81  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            Part Air 304 is not
                                                                                                                                      part of the
                                                                                                                                      approved SIP.
                                   Env-A 300...........     12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36605.........  (c)(45)            Part Env-A 304 is
                                                                                                                                      not part of the
                                                                                                                                      approved SIP.
Particulate matter...............  Env-A 303...........      4/21/89  8/19/94.............  59 FR 42768.........  (c)(40)            303.01
                                                                                                                                     303.015
Sulfur Content Limits in Fuels...  CH Air 400..........     12/17/81  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            Section Air 402.02
                                                                                                                                      is not part of the
                                                                                                                                      approved SIP.
                                                             2/20/75  3/23/84.............  49 FR 11094.........  (c)(26)            Section Air 402.02
                                                                                                                                      added, raising
                                                                                                                                      allowable sulfur-
                                                                                                                                      in-oil limit for
                                                                                                                                      but 10 sources.
                                                            10/20/83  8/07/84.............  49 FR 31415.........  (c)(29)            Revision to Section
                                                                                                                                      Air 402.02, raises
                                                                                                                                      allowable sulfur-
                                                                                                                                      in-oil limit for 5
                                                                                                                                      source excluded at
                                                                                                                                      (c)(26) above.
                                                            12/15/83  8/01/84.............  49 FR 30695.........  (c)(31)            Revision to Section
                                                                                                                                      Air 402.02, raises
                                                                                                                                      allowable sulfur-
                                                                                                                                      in-oil limit for 2
                                                                                                                                      sources excluded
                                                                                                                                      at (c)(26) above.
                                                             4/17/86  2/02/87.............  52 FR 3117..........  (c)(35)            Revision
                                                                                                                                      restricting
                                                                                                                                      emission limits
                                                                                                                                      for Dartmouth
                                                                                                                                      College.
                                                             1/17/85  4/15/87.............  52 FR 12164.........  (c)(36)            Revision to Section
                                                                                                                                      Air 402.02, raises
                                                                                                                                      allowable sulfur-
                                                                                                                                      in-oil limit for
                                                                                                                                      James River Corp.--
                                                                                                                                      Cascade.
                                                             9/09/85  12/14/87............  52 FR 47392.........  (c)(38)            Revision to Section
                                                                                                                                      Air 402.02, raises
                                                                                                                                      allowable sulfur-
                                                                                                                                      in-oil limit for
                                                                                                                                      James River Corp.--
                                                                                                                                      Groveton.

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                                   Env-A 400...........     12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36605.........  (c)(45)            Part Env-A 405
                                                                                                                                      renumbered and
                                                                                                                                      completely
                                                                                                                                      replaced; Section
                                                                                                                                      Env-A 405.05 (c)
                                                                                                                                      and (d); and Part
                                                                                                                                      Env-A 406 are not
                                                                                                                                      part of the
                                                                                                                                      approved SIP.
Statewide Permit System..........  CH Air 600..........     12/17/81  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            Part Air 609
                                                                                                                                      repealed at
                                                                                                                                      (c)(16).
                                                             1/26/84  3/13/85.............  50 FR 10004.........  (c)(36)            Revisions to Part
                                                                                                                                      Air 610.
                                   Env-A 600...........     12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36606.........  (c)(45)            Part Env-A 603
                                                                                                                                      renumbered and
                                                                                                                                      completely
                                                                                                                                      replaced; Sections
                                                                                                                                      Env-A 603.02(p),
                                                                                                                                      603.03(f) and
                                                                                                                                      603.03(g) are not
                                                                                                                                      part of the
                                                                                                                                      approved SIP.
Permit Fee System................  CH Air 700..........     12/17/81  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            ...................
                                                            12/20/84  9/17/87.............  52 FR 35082.........  (c)(37)            Revisions to
                                                                                                                                      Sections Air
                                                                                                                                      704.01-.02 and Air
                                                                                                                                      706.01-.02.
                                   Env-A 700...........     12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36605.........  (c)(45)            ...................
Testing and Monitoring...........  CH Air 800..........     12/17/81  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            Part Air 803 is not
                                                                                                                                      part of the
                                                                                                                                      approved SIP.
                                   Env-A 800...........     11/16/89  6/13/91.............  56 FR 27197.........  (c)(43)            Part Env-A 804
                                                                                                                                      added; Revision to
                                                                                                                                      Section Env-A
                                                                                                                                      802.07.
                                                            12/24/90  8/14/91.............  56 FR 40253.........  (c)(41)            Sections Env-A
                                                                                                                                      802.09-.10 added.
                                                            12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36605.........  (c)(45)            Part Env-A 803 is
                                                                                                                                      not part of the
                                                                                                                                      approved SIP.
Testing Requirements.............  CH Air 800..........      1/17/92  5/25/93.............  58 FR 29974.........  (c)(47)            Part Env-A 805
                                                                                                                                      Capture Efficiency
                                                                                                                                      Test Procedures
Purpose..........................  CH air 800, Part Env-    11/13/92  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds testing and
                                    A 801.                                                                                            monitoring
                                                                                                                                      procedures.
Testing and Monitoring for         CH air 800, Part Env-    11/13/92  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds testing and
 Stationary Sources: General        A 802.                                                                                            monitoring
 Requirements.                                                                                                                        procedures.
VOC Testing......................  CH air 800, Part Env-     8/21/95  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds testing and
                                    A 803.                                                                                            monitoring
                                                                                                                                      procedures.
Capture Efficiency...............  CH air 800, Part Env-     8/21/95  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds testing and
                                    A 804.                                                                                            monitoring
                                                                                                                                      procedures.
Continuous Emission Monitoring...  CH air 800, Part Env-    11/13/92  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds testing and
                                    A 805.                                                                                            monitoring
                                                                                                                                      procedures.
Testing for Diesel Engines and     CH air 800, Part Env-    11/13/92  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds testing and
 Motor Vehicles.                    A 806.                                                                                            monitoring
                                                                                                                                      procedures.
Approval of Alternate Methods....  CH air 800, Part Env-    11/13/92  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds testing and
                                    A 807.                                                                                            monitoring
                                                                                                                                      procedures.
Owner or Operator Obligations....  CH Air 900..........     12/17/81  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            ...................
                                   Env-A 900...........     11/16/89  6/13/91.............  56 FR 27197.........  (c)(43)            Sections Env-A
                                                                                                                                      901.021-.022 and
                                                                                                                                      901.05 added;
                                                                                                                                      Revision to
                                                                                                                                      Section Env-A
                                                                                                                                      901.02.
                                                            12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36605.........  (c)(45)            ...................

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Recordkeeping requirements.......  CH Air 900, Part Env-    11/13/92  4/9/97..............  62 FR 17092.........  (c)(49)            Adds NOX
                                    A 901, section Env-                                                                               recordkeeping
                                    A 901.06.                                                                                         requirements.
                                   CH Air 900, Part Env-    11/13/92  4/9/97..............  62 FR 17092.........  (c)(49)            Adds NOX reporting
                                    A 901, section Env-                                                                               requirements.
                                    A 901.07.
Recordkeeping and Reporting by     CH air 900, Part Env-    11/13/92  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds recordkeeping
 Sources.                           A 901, sections                                                                                   and reporting
                                    901.01, 901.03,                                                                                   requirements.
                                    901.09.
Recordkeeping and Reporting by     CH air 900, Part Env-     8/21/95  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds recordkeeping
 Sources.                           A 901, sections                                                                                   and reporting
                                    901.02, 901.04,                                                                                   requirements.
                                    901.05, and 901.08.
Malfunctions and Breakdowns of     CH air 900, Part Env-    11/13/92  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds recordkeeping
 Air Pollution Control Equipment.   A 902.                                                                                            and reporting
                                                                                                                                      requirements.
Compliance Schedules.............  CH air 900, Part Env-    11/13/92  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds recordkeeping
                                    A 903.                                                                                            and reporting
                                                                                                                                      requirements.
Prevention, Abatement, and         CH Air 1000.........     12/17/81  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            Part Air 1002 is
 Control of Open Source Air                                                                                                           not part of the
 Pollution.                                                                                                                           approval SIP.
                                   Env-A 1000..........     12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36605.........  (c)(45)            Part Env-A 1002 is
                                                                                                                                      not part of the
                                                                                                                                      approval SIP.
Open-Air Burning.................  Env-A 1001..........      5/19/89  8/19/94.............  59 FR 42768.........  (c)(40)            1001.02
Prevention, Abatement, and         CH Air 1200.........      6/17/82  3/15/83.............  48 FR 10830.........  (c)(22)            Section Air 1201.07
 Control of Stationary Source Air                                                                                                     and Part Air 1206
 Pollution Part.                                                                                                                      are not part of
                                                                                                                                      the approved SIP.
                                                             2/19/80  10/31/83............  48 FR 50077.........  (c)(27)            Revisions to
                                                                                                                                      Section 1204.02(c)
                                                                                                                                      and 1204.21(j);
                                                                                                                                      Section 1204.17
                                                                                                                                      added.
                                                             7/21/83  2/01/84.............  49 FR 3989..........  (c)(28)            Revision to Section
                                                                                                                                      Air 1204.01.
                                                             2/16/84  6/01/84.............  49 FR 24724.........  (c)(30)            Section Air
                                                                                                                                      1201.05(e) added.
                                                            12/20/84  9/17/87.............  52 FR 35082.........  (c)(37)            Revisions to
                                                                                                                                      Sections Air
                                                                                                                                      1202.07-.09;
                                                                                                                                      Section Air
                                                                                                                                      1202.10 added.
Prevention, Abatement and Control  CH Air 1200.........      1/17/92  5/25/93.............  58 FR 29974.........  (c)(47)            Part Env-A Sections
 of Stationary Source Air                                                                                                             1204.02; 1204.04;
 Pollution.                                                                                                                           1204.05 through
                                                                                                                                      1204.08; 1204.14
                                                                                                                                      through 1204.15.
                                   Env-A 1200..........     11/16/89  6/13/91.............  56 FR 27197.........  (c)(43)            Revisions to
                                                                                                                                      Sections Env-A
                                                                                                                                      1204.01-.16;
                                                                                                                                      Section Env-A
                                                                                                                                      1204.19 added.
                                                            12/24/90  8/14/92.............  57 FR 36605.........  (c)(45)            Section Env-A
                                                                                                                                      1206.03 is not
                                                                                                                                      part of the
                                                                                                                                      approved SIP.
                                   Env-A 1200..........      1/17/92  1/19/93.............  58 FR 4904..........  (c)(46)            Revisions to
                                                                                                                                      Section Env-A
                                                                                                                                      1204.12.

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Nitrogen oxides emission limits..  CH Air 1200 Part Env-     5/20/94  4/9/97..............  62 FR 17092.........  (c)(49)            Adds NOX RACT
                                    A 1211.                                                                                           requirements.
Stationary Sources of Volatile     CH air 1204, Part         8/21/95  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              Adds VOC RACT
 Organic Compounds.                 Env-A 1204 (except                                                                                requirements.
                                    1204.09).                                                                                         Limited approval
                                                                                                                                      only of Env-A
                                                                                                                                      1204.27
Source Specific Order............  Order ARD-94-001....       5/5/95  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              VOC RACT for L.W.
                                                                                                                                      Packard.
Source specific order............  Order ARD-95-001....      5/10/95  4/9/97..............  62 FR 17092.........  (c)(52)            Source specific NOX
                                                                                                                                      RACT order for
                                                                                                                                      Groveton
                                                                                                                                      Paperboard Corp.,
                                                                                                                                      in Groveton, NH.
                                   Order ARD-95-002....      9/12/95  4/9/97..............  62 FR 17093.........  (c)(50)            Source specific NOX
                                                                                                                                      RACT order for
                                                                                                                                      Plymouth
                                                                                                                                      Cogeneration Ltd.
                                                                                                                                      Partnership, in
                                                                                                                                      Plymouth, NH.
                                   Order ARD-95-003....      9/19/95  4/9/97..............  62 FR 17093.........  (c)(50)            Source specific NOX
                                                                                                                                      RACT order for
                                                                                                                                      Waterville Valley
                                                                                                                                      Ski Area Ltd., in
                                                                                                                                      Waterville Valley,
                                                                                                                                      NH.
Source Specific Order............  Order ARD-95-010....      9/10/96  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              VOC RACT for
                                                                                                                                      Kalwall,
                                                                                                                                      Manchester.
Source Specific Order............  Order ARD-96-001....      10/4/96  3/10/98.............  63 FR 11600.........  c(51)              VOC RACT for
                                                                                                                                      Textile Tapes.
Source specific order............  Order ARD-97-001....     04/14/97  5/13/98.............  63 FR 26460.........  (c)(54)            Source specific NOX
                                                                                                                                      RACT order for
                                                                                                                                      Public Service of
                                                                                                                                      New Hampshire in
                                                                                                                                      Bow, NH.
Source specific order............  Order ARD-95-011....     05/06/97  5/13/98.............  63 FR 26460.........  (c)(54)            Source specific NOX
                                                                                                                                      RACT order for
                                                                                                                                      Hampshire Chemical
                                                                                                                                      Corporation in
                                                                                                                                      Nashua, NH.
Source specific order............  Order ARD-97-003....      9/24/97  5/13/98.............  63 FR 26460.........  (c)(54)            Source specific NOX
                                                                                                                                      RACT order for
                                                                                                                                      Crown Vantage in
                                                                                                                                      Berlin, NH.
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\1\ These regulations are applicable statewide unless otherwise noted in the COMMENTS section.
\2\ When the New Hampshire Department of Environmental Services was established in 1987, the citation chapter title for the air regulations changed from
  CH Air to Env-A.


  [50 FR 767, Jan. 7, 1985, as amended at 50 FR 10005, Mar. 13, 1985; 52 FR 3118, Feb. 2, 1987; 52 FR 12164,
 Apr. 15, 1987; 52 FR 35082, Sept. 17, 1987; 52 FR 47393, Dec. 14, 1987; 56 FR 27199, June 13, 1991; 56 FR
 40253, Aug. 14, 1991; 57 FR 36605, Aug. 14, 1992; 58 FR 4904, Jan. 19, 1993; 58 FR 29974, May 25, 1993; 59 FR
 42768, Aug. 19, 1994; 62 FR 17092, Apr. 9, 1997; 63 FR 11604, Mar. 10, 1998; 63 FR 26460, May 13, 1998]


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    Effective Date Note: At 63 FR 26460, May 13, 1998, Table 52.1525 of 
Sec. 52.1525 was amended by adding new state citations for ``Final RACT 
Order ARD-97-001,'' ``Final RACT Order ARD-95-011,'' and ``Final RACT 
Order ARD-97-003,'' effective July 13, 1998.



Sec. 52.1526  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1527  Rules and regulations.

    (a) [Reserved]
    (b) The following elements are not part of the approved SIP:
    (1) Intergovernmental consultations
    (2) Public notification
    (3) Conflict of Interest
    (4) Non-SIP regulations' numbers listed below:

     Chapter Env-A 100: Sections Env-A 101.21, .27, .33, .51, 
.53, .58., .63 and
     98; and Parts Env-A 102-103
     Chapter Env-A 200: Part Env-A 206; Part Env-A 208; and 
Sections 209.01-.04
     Chapter Env-A 300: Part Env-A 304
     Chapter Env-A 400: Section Env-A 405.05(c)-(d) and Part 
Env-A 406
     Chapter Env-A 500: Parts Env-A 501-506
     Chapter Env-A 600: Sections Env-A 603.02(p), 603.03(f)-(g)
     Chapter Env-A 800: Part Env-A 803
     Chapter Env-A 1000: Part Env-A 1002
     Chapter Env-A 1100:Part Env-A 1101
     Chapter Env-A 1200: Sections Env-A 1206.03
     Chapter Env-A 1300; Parts Env-A 1301-1305
[48 FR 10833, Mar. 15, 1983, as amended at 48 FR 48665, Oct. 20, 1983; 
50 FR 51250, Dec. 16, 1985; 57 FR 36607, Aug. 14, 1993]



Sec. 52.1528  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1529  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air 
Act are not met, since the plan does not include approvable procedures 
for preventing the significant deterioration of air quality.
    (b) Regulations for preventing significant deterioration of air 
quality. The provisions of Sec. 52.21 (b) through (w) are hereby 
incorporated and made a part of the applicable state plan for the State 
of New Hampshire.
    (c) The revisions promulgated on October 17, 1988 (53 FR 40671) to 
Secs. 52.21 (b) through (w) including increment provisions for nitrogen 
dioxide are hereby incorporated and made a part of the applicable State 
Implementation Plan for the State of New Hampshire. The effective date 
of the revisions promulgated on October 17, 1988 to Secs. 52.21 (b) 
through (w) are hereby advanced from November 19, 1990 to October 17, 
1989 in the State of New Hampshire.
[43 FR 26410, June 19, 1978, as amended at 45 FR 52741, Aug. 7, 1980; 54 
FR 32972, Aug. 11, 1989]



Sec. 52.1530  Requirements for State implementation plan revisions relating to new motor vehicles.

    New Hampshire must comply with the requirements of Sec. 51.120.
[60 FR 4737, Jan. 24, 1995]



Sec. 52.1531  Visibility protection.

    (a) The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air Act are not 
met, because the plan does not include approvable procedures for 
protection of visibility in mandatory Class I Federal areas.
    (b) Regulation for visibility monitoring and new source review. The 
provisions of Secs. 52.26 and 52.28 are hereby incorporated and made a 
part of the applicable plan for the State of New Hampshire.
    (c) Long-term strategy. The provisions of Sec. 52.29 are hereby 
incorporated and made part of the applicable plan for the State of New 
Hampshire.
[50 FR 28553, July 12, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 45137, Nov. 24, 1987]



Sec. 52.1532  Stack height review.

    The State of New Hampshire has declared to the satisfaction of EPA 
that no existing emission limitations have been affected by stack height 
credits greater than good engineering practice or any other prohibited 
dispersion technique as defined in EPA's stack height regulations, as 
revised on July 8, 1985. This declaration was submitted to EPA on March 
21, 1986. The State has further declared in a letter from Dennis 
Lunderville, dated July 25, 1986, that, ``As part of our new source 
review activities under the New Hampshire SIP and our delegated PSD 
authority, the New Hampshire Air Resources Agency will follow EPA's 
stack height regulation as revised in the Federal Register on July 8, 
1985 (50 FR 27892).''

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Thus, New Hampshire has satisfactorily demonstrated that its regulations 
meet 40 CFR 51.118 and 51.164.
[52 FR 49407, Dec. 31, 1987]



Sec. 52.1533  Emission inventories.

    (a) The Governor's designee for the State of New Hampshire submitted 
a 1990 base year emission inventory for the entire state on January 26, 
1993 as a revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP). Subsequent 
revisions to the State's 1990 inventories were made, the last of which 
occurred on August 29, 1996. The 1990 base year emission inventory 
requirement of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 
1990, has been satisfied for the three nonattainment areas in the State. 
The three areas are the Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester serious area, the New 
Hampshire portion of the Boston-Lawrence-Worcester serious area, and the 
Manchester marginal area.
    (b) The inventory is for the ozone precursors which are volatile 
organic compounds, nitrogen oxides, and carbon monoxide. The inventory 
covers point, area, non-road mobile, on-road mobile, and biogenic 
sources.
    (c) The Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester serious nonattainment area 
includes all of Strafford County and part of Rockingham County. The New 
Hampshire portion of the Boston-Lawrence-Worcester serious area includes 
portions of Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties. The Manchester 
marginal area contains all of Merrimack County and portions of 
Hillsborough and Rockingham Counties.
[62 FR 55525, Oct. 27, 1997]



                         Subpart FF--New Jersey



Sec. 52.1570  Identification of plan.

    (a) Title of plan: ``New Jersey State Implementation Plan to meet 
National Air Quality Standards.''
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 26, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions to the plan submitted on 
April 17, 1972, by the New Jersey Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (2) List of permits issued to sources allowing them particulate 
emissions in excess of 25 tons per year submitted on May 15, 1972, by 
the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
    (3) Legal opinion of State Attorney General on State's authority to 
make available to the public emission data reported by sources submitted 
on June 23, 1972, by the New Jersey Department of Law and Public Safety.
    (4) Copies of the permits and certificates issued to sources 
exceeding 25 tons per year of particulate emissions submitted on July 6, 
1972, by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
    (5) Revisions correcting deficiencies in the new source review 
procedure submitted on March 22, 1973, by the Governor.
    (6) Legal opinion of the State Attorney General on the State's 
authority to deny a permit to construct or modify a source submitted on 
April 18, 1973, by the New Jersey Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (7) Revision to sulfur-in-fuel regulation, section 7:1-3.1 of New 
Jersey Air Pollution Control Code, submitted on November 20, 1973, by 
the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
    (8) Revision to the control of open burning regulation, section 
7:27-2.1 of the New Jersey Air Pollution Control Code, submitted on 
November 19, 1975, by the New Jersey Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (9) Letter, dated January 16, 1976, from the New Jersey Department 
of Environmental Protection stating that there would be no net increase 
in hydrocarbon emissions as a result of the revisions to N.J.A.C. 7:27-
2.1.
    (10) Regulation entitled: ``Control and Prohibition of Air Pollution 
by Volatile Organic Substances,'' New Jersey Administrative Code 
(N.J.A.C.) 7:27-16.1 et seq., submitted on January 8, 1976 by the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
    (11) Technical justification supporting N.J.A.C. 7:27-16 et seq. 
submitted on March 3, 1976.
    (12) Revisions consisting of 16 administrative orders issued 
pursuant to the New Jersey Administrative Code

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(N.J.A.C.) 7:27-9.5(a) and technical support for these orders received 
on April 27, 1976 from the New Jersey Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (13) An administrative order directed to Hunt-Wesson Foods, Inc. in 
Bridgeton, Cumberland County and issued pursuant to the New Jersey 
Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.) 7:27-9.5(a), dated June 15, 1976, and 
technical support for this order received by EPA on April 27, 1976, both 
from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
    (14) Revision to the Permits and Certificates regulation of the New 
Jersey Air Pollution Control Code, N.J.A.C. 7:27-8.1 et seq., submitted 
on June 8, 1976 by the New Jersey Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (15) Revision consisting of an administrative order issued on 
September 14, 1976 to Owens Illinois, Inc., Cumberland County, New 
Jersey pursuant to the New Jersey Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.) 7:27-
9.5(a) and submitted on September 17, 1976 by the New Jersey Department 
of Environmental Protection.
    (16) A revision submitted by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection consisting of an October 27, 1976 letter 
indicating the extension, to July 12, 1977, of ``variances'' to the 
provisions of the New Jersey Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.) 7:27-9.1 et 
seq., Sulfur in Fuel, for 18 facilities; and supplemental technical 
information submitted in a November 22, 1976 letter. The extended 
``variances'' including all their terms and conditions are made a part 
of the New Jersey State Implementation Plan. The facilities affected by 
these ``variances'', their location and applicable sulfur in fuel oil 
limitation until July 12, 1977 are as follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                               Sulfur in
                                                               fuel oil
               Source                        Location         limitation
                                                               (percent
                                                              by weight)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
National Bottle Corp................  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.......  Deepwater, Salem              1.5
                                       County.
Heinz-USA...........................  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
B. F. Goodrich Chemical Co..........  Pedricktown, Salem            1.5
                                       County.
Anchor Hocking Corp.................  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
Atlantic City Electric Deepwater      Penns Grove, Salem            1.5
 Station.                              County.
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.......  Carney's Point, Salem         1.5
                                       County.
Mannington Mills, Inc...............  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
Atlantic City Electric B. L. England  Beesley Point, Cape           2.0
 Station.                              May County.
Hunt Wesson Foods, Inc..............  Bridgeton City,               2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corp.......  Millville City,               2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Owens Illinois, Inc., Kimble          Vineland City,                2.5
 Products Division.                    Cumberland County.
Leone Industries....................  Bridgeton City,               2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Owens Illinois, Inc.................  ......do..............        1.5
Progresso Food Corp.................  Vineland City,                2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Bridgeton Dying & Finishing Corp....  Bridgeton City,               2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Whitehead Bros. Co..................  Haleyville, Cumberland        2.5
                                       County.
Vineland Chemical Co................  Vineland City,                2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (17) A revision submitted by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection consisting of a January 10, 1978 letter 
indicating the extension, to July 12, 1978, of ``variances'' to the 
provisions of the New Jersey Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.) 7:27--9.1 et 
seq., Sulfur in Fuel, for 17 facilities and accompanying supplemental 
information. The extended ``variances'' including all their terms and 
conditions are made a part of the New Jersey State implementation plan. 
The facilities affected by these ``variances,'' their locations, and 
applicable sulfur-in-fuel-oil limitations until July 12, 1978 are as 
follows:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                               Sulfur in
                                                               fuel oil
               Source                        Location         limitation
                                                               (percent
                                                              by weight)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
National Bottle Corp................  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.......  Deepwater, Salem              1.5
                                       County.
Heinz-U.S.A.........................  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
B. F. Goodrich Chemical Co..........  Pedricktown, Salem            1.5
                                       County.
Anchor Hocking Corp.................  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.

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Atlantic City Electric, Deepwater     Penns Grove, Salem            1.5
 Station.                              County.
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.......  Carney's Point, Salem         1.5
                                       County.
Mannington Mills, Inc...............  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
Atlantic City Electric, B. L.         Beesley Point, Cape           2.0
 England Station.                      May County.
Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corp.......  Millville City,               2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Owens Illinois, Inc., Kimble          Vineland City,                2.5
 Products Division.                    Cumberland County.
Leone Industries....................  Bridgeton, Cumberland         2.5
                                       County.
Progresso Food Corp.................  Vineland City,                2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Bridgeton Dyeing & Finishing Corp...  Bridgeton City,               2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Vineland Chemical Co................  Vineland City,                2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Hunt-Wesson Foods, Inc..............  Bridgeton, Cumberland         2.5
                                       County.
Owens Illinois, Inc.................  ......do..............        1.5
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (18) A revision submitted by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection consisting of a June 26, 1978 letter indicating 
the extension, to January 12, 1979 or until such time as the State 
places into effect revised permanent sulfur-in-fuel-oil regulations, of 
``variances'' to the provisions of the New Jersey Administrative Code 
(N.J.A.C.) 7:27-9.1 et seq., Sulfur in Fuel, for 17 facilities and 
accompanying supplemental information. The extended ``variances'' 
including all their terms and conditions are made a part of the New 
Jersey State Implementation Plan. The facilities affected by these 
``variances'', their locations, and applicable sulfur-in-fuel-oil 
limitations until January 12, 1979 or until such time as the State 
places into effect and EPA approves revised permanent sulfur-in-fuel-oil 
regulations are as follow:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                               Sulfur in
                                                               fuel oil
               Source                        Location         limitation
                                                               (percent
                                                              by weight)
------------------------------------------------------------------------
National Bottle Corp................  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.......  Deepwater, Salem              1.5
                                       County.
Heinz--U.S.A........................  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
B. F. Goodrich Chemical Co..........  Pedricktown, Salem            1.5
                                       County.
Anchor Hocking Corp.................  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
Atlantic City Electric, Deepwater     Penns Grove, Salem            1.5
 Station.                              County.
E. I. du Pont de Nemours & Co.......  Carney's Point, Salem         1.5
                                       County.
Mannington Mills, Inc...............  Salem City, Salem             2.0
                                       County.
Atlantic City Electric, B. L.         Beesley Point, Cape           2.0
 England Station.                      May County.
Kerr Glass Manufacturing Corp.......  Milville City,                2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Owens Illinois, Inc., Kimble          Vineland City,                2.5
 Products Division.                    Cumberland County.
Leone Industries....................  Bridgeton, Cumberland         2.5
                                       County.
Progresso Food Corp.................  Vineland City,                2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Bridgeton Dyeing and Finishing Corp.  Bridgeton City,               2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Vineland Chemical Co................  Vineland City,                2.5
                                       Cumberland County.
Hunt-Wesson Foods, Inc..............  Bridgeton, Cumberland         2.5
                                       County.
Owens Illinois, Inc.................  ......do..............        1.5
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (19) A revision submitted by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection on July 6, 1978 consisting of amendments to the 
provisions of the New Jersey Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.) 7:27-10.1 et 
seq., Sulfur in Coal, and accompanying supplemental information.
    (20) A revision consisting of all but one of the sections of the 
revised regulation, N.J.A.C. 7:27-6.1 et seq., submitted by the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection with a March 31, 1977 
cover letter which also transmitted the basis and background document 
and the Report of the Public Hearing. The one section that is not 
approved as submitted by the State is Section 6.5, ``Variances.''
    (21) A revision submitted by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection on August 10, 1978 consisting of amendments to 
the provisions of the New Jersey Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.) 7:27-9.1 
et seq., Sulfur in Fuels, and accompanying supplemental information.
    (22) A comprehensive revision for nonattainment areas entitled, 
``Proposed New Jersey State Implementation Plan for the Attainment and

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Maintenance of Air Quality Standards,'' submitted, as required by Part D 
of the Clean Air Act, on December 29, 1978 by the New Jersey Department 
of Environmental Protection.
    (23) Supplementary submittals, pertaining to the plan revision for 
nonattainment areas required by Part D of the Clean Air Act, from the 
New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection as follows:

    A package dated April 17, 1979 from the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection to EPA entitled, ``N.J. SIP Supplement 1,'' and 
covering the State's schedule for future actions, expected costs and 
sources of funding, ongoing consultation process, graphical 
representation of reasonable further progress, schedule for promulgation 
of emission offset rule, commitment to adoption of tall stack policy and 
comments on EPA's proposed tall stack policy, discussion and schedule 
for resolution of the Bridgeton particulate downwash problem, summary of 
particulate emissions inventories for non-attainment areas, request for 
extension for submittal of SIP for secondary TSP standard, and expanded 
explanation of current I/M program.
    A Supplement 2 to the proposed SIP revision consisting of a cover 
letter dated June 20, 1979 and four attachments from the New Jersey 
Department of Environmental Protection to EPA covering a proposed 
version of the State's new source review regulation, a discussion of 
reasonable further progress with respect to volatile organic substance 
sources, the design values for ozone in the Metropolitan New York and 
Metropolitan Philadelphia Interstate Air Quality Control Regions, and a 
proposed version of the State's regulation for the control of volatile 
organic substances (VOS).
    A submittal dated July 5, 1979 from the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection to EPA covering the State's draft regulation 
controlling VOS, operating and maintenance procedures for open top tanks 
and surface cleaners covered under the State's draft VOS control 
regulation, and evaporative losses from VOS storage tanks.
    A package consisting of a cover letter dated October 3, 1979 from 
the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to EPA and an 
accompanying report covering an analysis of the Bridgeton particulates 
downwash problem and the State's effort to execute memoranda of 
understanding with its Metropolitan Planning Organization.
    A cover letter received by EPA dated October 19, 1979 from the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection together with the State's 
adopted regulation for control of VOS, N.J.A.C. 7:27-16.1 et seq., and 
``Report of Public Hearing and Basis for promulation .
    A package consisting of a letter dated January 9, 1980 from the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection to EPA covering the 
conditions on SIP approval which were listed by EPA in the proposed 
rulemaking notice for the SIP revision and four references covering the 
October 3, 1979 Bridgeton particulates analysis, an updated Bridgeton 
particulates analysis, and an energy analysis of certain VOS controls 
called for in N.J.A.C. 7:27-16.1 et seq. justifying the State's position 
on seasonal variances for certain VOS sources.

    (24) A supplementary submittal, dated February 27, 1980 from the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection consisting of five 
memoranda of understanding among the New Jersey Departments of 
Environmental Protection and Transportation and the following 
metropolitan planning organizations:

Atlantic County Urban Area Transportation Study
Cumberland County Urban Area Transportation Study
Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission
Philipsburg Urban Area Transportation Study
Wilmington Metropolitan Area Planning Council

    (25) Supplementary submittals, dated March 5, April 9 and April 10 
from the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection consisting of 
test methods to be used in determining compliance with the provisions of 
N.J.A.C. 7:27-16.1 et seq., ``Control and Prohibition of Air Pollution 
by Volatile Organic Substances.''
    (26) A supplementary submittal, dated April 22, 1980, from the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and the New Jersey 
Department of Transportation consisting of three documents entitled 
``The Transportation Planning Process in New Jersey,'' ``Summary of 
Financial Resources for Transportation-Air Quality Planning,'' and 
``Program for Selection of Needed Transportation Control Measures, April 
1980.''
    (27) A supplementary submittal dated August 5, 1980 from the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection consisting of revisions to 
Subchapter 18 of the New Jersey Administrative Code, entitled, ``Control 
and Prohibitions of Air Pollution from Ambient

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Air Quality in Nonattainment Areas'' (Emission Offset Rule), N.J.A.C. 
7:27-18.1 et seq.
    (28) A supplementary submittal from the State of New Jersey 
Department of Environmental Protection, consisting of an Ambient Air 
Quality Monitoring SIP revision dated August 1.
    (29) A June 30, 1980 submittal by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection (NJDEP) consisting of an Amended Consent Order 
entered into by NJDEP and the Atlantic City Electric Company. This 
revision to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan establishes a 
construction and testing schedule designed to bring units 1 and 2 at 
Atlantic City Electric Company's B.L. England Generating Station at 
Beesley's Point, New Jersey, into compliance with New Jersey 
Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.) 7:27-3.1 et seq., Control and Prohibition 
of Smoke from Combustion of Fuel; N.J.A.C. 7:27-4.1 et seq., Control and 
Prohibition of Particulates from Combustion of Fuel; and N.J.A.C. 7:27-
10.1 et seq., Sulfur in Coal, by March 31, 1982 and June 1, 1982, 
respectively.
    (30) A supplementary submittal dated April 27, 1981, from the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection consisting of newly 
adopted revisions to a regulation concerning the Control and Prohibition 
of Open Burning, N.J.A.C. 7:27-21 et seq., an Order of Adoption, the 
Report of Public Hearing, and the Basis for the Proposed Amendments.
    (31) A supplementary submittal dated July 8, 1981, from the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection consisting of newly 
adopted revisions to Subchapter 10, Sulfur in Solid Fuels, N.J.A.C. 
7:27-10.1 et seq., an Order of Adoption, the Report of Public Hearing, 
and the Basis for the Proposed Amendments.
    (32) Revisions submitted on March 17, 1982 and April 27, 1982 by the 
New Jersey State Department of Environmental Protection which grant 
``cullet variances'' to furnace number 2 of the Anchor Hocking 
Corporation's Salem plant and furnaces G, Y, J, K, L, M, R of the Owens-
Illinois, Inc. Vineland plant. The ``cullet variances'' will remain in 
effect for up to two years from August 10, 1982.
    (33) A revision submitted by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection on December 16, 1982 consisting of amendments 
to the provisions of the New Jersey Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.) 7:27-
9.1 et seq., Sulfur in Fuels, to provide for ``sulfur dioxide bubbles'' 
and ``clean conversion incentives.''
    (34) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan submitted 
on November 23, 1982, January 18, 1983, February 14, 1983, July 11, 
1983, July 28, 1983 and September 26, 1983 by the New Jersey Department 
of Environmental Protection.
    (35) A supplementary submittal dated July 11, 1983, from the 
Department of Environmental Protection consisting of adopted revisions 
to: Subchapter 3--``Control and Prohibition of Smoke from Combustion of 
Fuel,'' dated October 12, 1977, Subchapter 4--``Control and Prohibition 
of Particles from Combustion of Fuel,'' dated October 12, 1977, and 
Subchapter 5--``Prohibition of Air Pollution,'' dated October 12, 1977, 
of Title 7, Chapter 27 of the New Jersey Administrative Code; the 
proposed Regulatory Amendments; the Report of the Public Hearing; and 
the Order of Adoption.
    (36) A revision submitted by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection to allow U.S. Gypsum Co. temporarily to burn 
fuel oil with a sulfur content of 2.0 percent, by weight, at either 
Boiler 1, 2, or 3 at its Clark, New Jersey plant. The New Jersey 
submittal consists of an April 14, 1983 letter transmitting a State 
issued February 14, 1983 Public Notice and a letter dated March 14, 1983 
transmitting an Administrative consent order detailing procedures to be 
used by the State to determine compliance. This revision will remain in 
effect until March 31, 1985 or until Boiler 4 is ready to burn coal, 
whichever occurs first.
    (37) Three permanently adopted regulations were submitted on January 
27, 1984 and February 1, 1984 regarding the operation of the inspection 
and maintenance program. These regulations pertain specifically to 
operating procedures for private inspection stations (New Jersey 
Administrative Code (N.J.A.C.) 13:20-33.1, 33.2, 33.50, and

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33.51.), mechanic certification requirements (N.J.A.C. 13:20-32.4, 
32.14, and 32.15), and specifications for exhaust gas analyzers 
(N.J.A.C. 7:27-15.1).
    (38) The New Jersey State Implementation Plan for attainment and 
maintenance of the lead standards was submitted on May 1 and August 15, 
1984, and on April 22, April 29, May 17, and July 16, 1985 by the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporated by reference.
    (A) Revisions to N.J.A.C. 7:27-8, ``Permits and Certificates,'' 
effective April 5, 1985.
    (B) Revisions to N.J.A.C. 7:27-13, ``Ambient Air Quality 
Standards,'' effective June 25, 1985.
    (C) Revisions to N.J.A.C. 7:27-18, ``Control and Prohibition of Air 
Pollution from New or Altered Sources Affecting Ambient Air Quality 
(Emission Offset Rule),'' effective March 11, 1985.
    (D) A July 16, 1985 letter from the Department of Environmental 
Protection; with attachment of letter dated July 15, 1985, contains 
schedules for revising N.J.A.C. 7:27-6, ``Control and Prohibition of 
Particles from Manufacturing Process,'' to incorporate maximum allowable 
emission rates for lead and for adopting a new section, N.J.A.C. 7:27-
19, to govern the combustion of liquid fuels, if necessary.
    (E) ``RACT-plus studies'' to determine strategies to eliminate 
violation of the lead standards in the vicinity of Heubach, Inc., Newark 
and Delco Remy, New Brunswick will be completed by November 1, 1985 and 
control measures will be selected by January 1986.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Narrative submittal of the Lead SIP, including attainment 
demonstration, air quality data and summary of both current and 
projected lead emissions.
    (39) A revision to the plan for attainment of the particulate matter 
standards submitted by the New Jersey Department of Environmental 
Protection on February 21, March 14, and November 18, 1985.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to N.J.A.C. 7:27-14, ``Control and Prohibition of Air 
Pollution from Diesel-Powered Motor Vehicles,'' effective July 1, 1985.
    (B) Adoption of a new section of N.J.A.C. 7:27B-4 entitled ``Air 
Test Method 4, Testing Procedures for Motor Vehicles,'' effective July 
1, 1985.
    (C) The following sections of N.J.A.C. 16:53 ``Autobus 
Specifications which was effective on October 17, 1983:

Subchapter 3, Autobus Specifications
    3.23  Certificate of Inspection
    3.24  Maintenance and inspection
    3.27  Exhaust Systems
Subchapter 6, Autobus Specifications for Small Bus
    6.15  Exhaust System
    6.21  Certificate of Inspection
    6.30  Maintenance and inspection
Subchapter 7, Specifications for Special Autobus Type Recreational 
Vehicles
    7.14  Exhaust Systems
    7.17  Certificate of Inspection
    7.23  Maintenance and inspection
Subchapter 8, Specifications for Sedan Type Autobuses
    8.15  Exhaust System
    8.22  Certificate of Inspection
    8.25  Maintenance and inspection

    (40) A revision to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan for 
attainment and maintenance of the ozone standards was submitted on April 
22, 1985 by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporated by reference.
    (A) Table 2 in section 18.4(b) of N.J.A.C. 7:27-18, ``Control and 
Prohibition of Air Pollution from New or Altered Sources Affecting 
Ambient Air Quality (Emission Offset Rule),'' effective March 11, 1985.
    (41) A revision to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) 
for lead was submitted on December 1, 1986, by the New Jersey Department 
of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporated by reference.
    (A) The following operating permit amendments for the Delco Remy 
facility in New Brunswick:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
         Permit amendment numbers              Permit amendment dates
------------------------------------------------------------------------
286-1166 through 286-1184.................   All permits effective 9/24/
                                             86.
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (B) The following operating permit amendments for the Heubach Inc. 
facility in Newark:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
         Permit amendment numbers              Permit amendment dates
------------------------------------------------------------------------
286-0523 through 286-0531.................  All permits effective 4/30/
                                             86.

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286-0286, 286-0287, 286-0289, 286-0290....  All permits effective 2/26/
                                             86.
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Technical documentation of ambient modeling and monitoring for 
lead in the vicinity of Delco Remy, New Brunswick.
    (B) Technical documentation of ambient modeling and monitoring for 
lead in the vicinity of Heubach Inc., Newark.
    (42) A revision to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) 
for lead submitted on July 23, 1987 by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection (NJDEP) and finalized on September 25, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A March 4, 1986 Administrative Order and Notice of Civil 
Administrative Penalty Assessment (Log  A860244) from the New Jersey 
Department of Environmental Protection to the United States Metals 
Refining Company (USMR).
    (B) Letter of March 11, 1987 from Greenberg and Prior, attorneys for 
USMR, to Anthony J. McMahon, Department of Environmental Protection, 
Trenton, New Jersey.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) July 1987 Modeling Analysis for the Anchor Abrasives facility.
    (B) Summary of public comments and response to comments for the 
revision of the N.J. SIP for lead in the vicinity of USMR.
    (C) USMR's comments on the revised N.J. SIP for lead in the vicinity 
of USMR.
    (43) [Reserved]
    (44) A revision to the State Implementation Plan for Ozone submitted 
on October 13, 1987 by the New Jersey Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    Subchapter 2A of chapter 26, title 7 of the New Jersey 
Administrative Code, ``Additional, Specific Disposal Regulations for 
Sanitary Landfills,'' effective June 1, 1987.
    (ii) Additional material.
    New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection memorandum on 
landfill gas emissions and control, dated October 7, 1987.
    (45) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
ozone submitted on January 27, 1989 by the New Jersey State Department 
of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) for its state gasoline volatility 
program, including any waivers that may be granted under the program by 
the state. In 1989, the control period will begin on June 30.
    (i) Incorporation by reference. Subchapter 25 of chapter 27, title 7 
of the New Jersey Administrative Code entitled ``Control and Prohibition 
of Air Pollution by Vehicular Fuels,'' adopted on January 27, 1989 and 
effective on February 21, 1989.
    (ii) Additional material. April 27, 1989 letter from Christopher 
Daggett, NJDEP, to William Muszynski, EPA Region II.
    (46) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
ozone concerning motor vehicle refueling controls dated February 22, 
1988, submitted by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection 
(NJDEP).
    (i) Incorporation by reference:
    Amendments to sections 16.1 and 16.3 of subchapter 16 of title 7 of 
the New Jersey Administrative Code, entitled ``Control and Prohibition 
of Air Pollution by Volatile Organic Substances,'' effective January 19, 
1988.
    (ii) Additional material:
    (A) February 22, 1988 letter from Jorge Berkowitz, NJDEP, to Conrad 
Simon, EPA, requesting EPA approval of the amendments to subchapter 16.
    (B) April 18, 1988 letter from Jorge Berkowitz, NJDEP, to Conrad 
Simon, EPA, providing copies of the test methods and permit approval 
conditions applicable to Stage II vapor recovery systems in New Jersey.
    (d) Plan revisions were submitted on September 26, 1972.
    (47) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
ozone concerning the motor vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) 
program dated March 6, 1987, submitted by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection (NJDEP).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to title 7, chapter 27, subchapter 15 of the New 
Jersey Administrative Code, entitled ``Control

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and Prohibition of Air Pollution From Gasoline-Fueled Motor Vehicles,'' 
effective January 21, 1985.
    (B) Amendments to title 13, chapter 20, subchapter 28 of the New 
Jersey Administrative Code, entitled ``Enforcement Service Inspection of 
New Passenger Vehicles and New Motorcycles,'' effective January 21, 
1985.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) July 24, 1990 letter from David West, NJDEP, to Rudolph 
Kapichak, EPA, submitting the results of the study by Pacific 
Environmental Services on the health risks of performing the fuel inlet 
restrictor inspections.
    (B) July 1, 1990 letter from David West, NJDEP, to Rudolph Kapichak, 
EPA, notifying of the resumption of fuel inlet restrictor inspections.
    (48) A revision submitted on June 3, 1988 by the New Jersey 
Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP) to revise its 
implementation plan to include revised testing procedures.
    (i) Incorporation by reference: New Jersey Administrative Code 
7:27B-3, ``Air Test Method 3--Sampling and Analytical Procedures for the 
Determination of Volatile Organic Substances from Source Operations,'' 
effective 9/8/86.
    (ii) Additional material: October 15, 1990 letter from William 
O'Sullivan, NJDEP to William S. Baker, EPA.
    (49) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
ozone concerning the control of fugitive gasoline vapors resulting from 
the loading of marine transport vessels, dated June 20, 1990, submitted 
by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Energy 
(NJDEPE).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to Title 7, Chapter 27, Subchapter 16 of the New 
Jersey Administrative Code, entitled ``Control and Prohibition of Air 
Pollution by Volatile Organic Substances,'' effective February 6, 1989.
    (B) Amendment to Title 7, Chapter 27, Subchapter 16 of the New 
Jersey Administrative Code, entitled ``Control and Prohibition of Air 
Pollution by Volatile Organic Substances,'' effective December 4, 1989.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) June 20, 1990, letter from Anthony J. McMahon, NJDEPE, to Conrad 
Simon, EPA, requesting EPA approval of the amendments to subchapter 16.
    (50) Regulation entitled ``Volatile Organic Substances in Consumer 
Products'' N.J.A.C. 7-27-23.1 et seq., dated July 30, 1990, submitted by 
the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Energy 
(NJDEPE).
    (i) Incorporation by reference: (A) Title 7, Chapter 27, Subchapter 
23 of the New Jersey Administrative Code, entitled ``Volatile Organic 
Substances in Consumer Products'' effective February 21, 1989.
    (B) Amendment to Title 7, Chapter 27, Subchapter 23 of the New 
Jersey Administrative Code, entitled ``Volatile Organic Substances in 
Consumer Products'' effective December 12, 1989.
    (C) Amendment to Title 7, Chapter 27, Subchapter 23 of the New 
Jersey Administrative Code, entitled ``Volatile Organic Substances in 
Consumer Products'' effective August 9, 1990.
    (ii) Additional material: (A) July 30, 1990 letter from Anthony J. 
McMahon, NJDEPE, to Conrad Simon, EPA, requesting EPA approval of 
Subchapter 23.
    (51) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
ozone concerning the control of volatile organic compounds from 
stationary sources, dated March 31, 1987, December 7, 1989, and March 
13, 1992, submitted by the New Jersey State Department of Environmental 
Protection and Energy (NJDEPE).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to Chapter 27, Title 7 of the New Jersey 
Administrative Code Subchapter 16, ``Control and Prohibition of Air 
Pollution by Volatile Organic Substances,'' effective September 22, 
1986,
    (B) Amendments to Chapter 27, Title 7 of the New Jersey 
Administrative Code Subchapter 16, ``Control and Prohibition of Air 
Pollution by Volatile Organic Substances,'' effective June 19, 1989,
    (C) Amendments to Chapter 27, Title 7 of the New Jersey 
Administrative Code: Subchapter 8, ``Permits and Certificates, Hearings, 
and Confidentiality,'' effective March 2, 1992; Subchapter 16, ``Control 
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Air Pollution by Volatile Organic Compounds,'' effective March 2, 1992, 
Subchapter 17, ``Control and Prohibition of Air Pollution by Toxic 
Substances,'' effective March 2, 1992; Subchapter 23, ``Prevention of 
Air Pollution by Architectural Coatings and Consumer Products,'' 
effective March 2, 1992; Subchapter 25, ``Control and Prohibition of Air 
Pollution from Vehicular Fuels,'' effective March 2, 1992; and 
Subchapter 3, ``Air Test Method 3: Sampling and Analytic Procedures for 
the Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds from Source 
Operations,'' effective March 2, 1992.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) March 31, 1987, letter from Jorge Berkowitz, NJDEP, to Conrad 
Simon, EPA requesting EPA approval of the amendments to Subchapter 16.
    (B) December 7, 1989, letter from Anthony McMahon, NJDEP, to Conrad 
Simon, EPA requesting EPA approval of the amendments to Subchapter 16.
    (C) March 13, 1992, letter from Nancy Wittenberg, NJDEPE, to Conrad 
Simon, EPA requesting EPA approval of the amendments to Subchapter 16.
    (52) Amendments submitted on April 21, 1993 by the New Jersey 
Department of Environmental Protection and Energy to New Jersey Air Code 
7:27-25 revising the testing requirements to gasoline providers in New 
Jersey are subject.
    (i) Incorporation by reference:
    (A) Amendments to Chapter 27, Title 7 of the New Jersey 
Administrative Code Subchapter 25, ``Control and Prohibition of Air 
Pollution from Vehicular Fuels,'' effective September 3, 1991.
    (53) A revision to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) 
for an Emission Statement Program dated February 19, 1993, submitted by 
the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection and Energy.
    (i) Incorporation by reference:
    (A) Title 7, Chapter 27, Subchapter 21, of the New Jersey 
Administrative Code entitled, ``Emission Statements,'' effective March 
15, 1993.
    (ii) Additional information:
    (A) May 24, 1993 letter from John Elston to Conrad Simon, EPA, 
transmitting supporting documentation necessary for approval of the SIP 
revisions. These items included:
    (1) Notice of Adoption, March 15, 1993.
    (2) Justification of Gasoline Dispensing Facility Exemption.
    (B) October 29, 1993 letter from John Elston to Conrad Simon, EPA, 
transmitting legislative language to reflect change in New Jersey's Air 
Pollution Control Act regarding confidentiality provisions.
    (C) February 3, 1994 letter from John Elston to Conrad Simon, EPA, 
requesting the use of EPA's Emission Statement waiver provision.
    (54) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
carbon monoxide concerning the control of carbon monoxide from mobile 
sources, dated November 15, 1992 and November 21, 1994 submitted by the 
New Jersey State Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Chapter 27, Title 7 of the New Jersey Administrative Code 
Subchapter 18, ``Control and Prohibition of Air Pollution from New or 
Altered Sources Affecting Ambient Air Quality (Emission Offset Rules),'' 
effective March 15, 1993.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) November 21, 1994, Technical update to the New Jersey Carbon 
Monoxide SIP.
    (55)-(56)  [Reserved]
    (57) The redesignation and maintenance plan for Camden County and 
the Nine not-classified areas (the City of Trenton, the City of 
Burlington, the Borough of Penns Grove (part), the Borough of Freehold, 
the City of Morristown, the City of Perth Amboy, the City of Toms River, 
the Borough of Somerville, and the City of Atlantic City) submitted by 
the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection on September 28, 
1995, as part of the New Jersey SIP. The 1990 Baseline CO Emission 
Inventory for the State of New Jersey was submitted on November 15, 1992 
and a Technical Update was submitted on November 21, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) ``New Jersey Carbon Monoxide State Implementation Plan 
Redesignation And Maintenance Plan For Camden County,'' section 5.f, 
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    (B) ``New Jersey Carbon Monoxide State Implementation Plan 
Redesignation and Maintenance Plan for the Nine Not-Classified 
Nonattainment Areas,'' section 5.f, effective date September 28, 1995.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) ``New Jersey Carbon Monoxide State Implementation Plan 
Redesignation And Maintenance Plan For Camden County'' with appendices, 
September 28, 1995.
    (B) ``New Jersey Carbon Monoxide State Implementation Plan 
Redesignation and Maintenance Plan for the Nine Not-Classified 
Nonattainment Areas'' with appendices, September 28, 1995.
    (58) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
carbon monoxide concerning the oxygen content of motor vehicle gasoline, 
dated November 15, 1992 submitted by the New Jersey State Department of 
Environmental Protection (NJDEP).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to Chapter 27, Title 7 of the New Jersey 
Administrative Code Chapter 27, Subchapter 25, ``Control and Prohibition 
of Air Pollution by Vehicular Fuels,'' effective October 5, 1992 (as 
limited in Sec. 52.1605).
    (59) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection on May 26, 1995, November 
8, 1995, January 10, 1996 and October 10, 1996.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Conditions of Approval Documents (COAD):
    The following facilities have been issued conditions of approval 
documents by New Jersey:
    (1) Edgeboro Disposal's landfill gas flares, Middlesex County, NJ 
COAD approval dated April 13, 1995, revised October 19, 1995 (effective 
November 6, 1995).
    (2) E.I. duPont DeNemours and Co.'s carbon regeneration furnace, 
Salem County, NJ COAD approval dated June 7, 1995.
    (3) Hoeganaes Corp.'s electric arc furnace and tunnel kiln, 
Burlington County, NJ COAD approval dated February 3, 1995.
    (4) E.I. duPont DeNemours and Co.'s hazardous waste incinerator, 
Salem County, NJ COAD approval dated July 7, 1995.
    (5) Rollins Environmental Services' hazardous waste incinerator, 
Gloucester County, NJ COAD approval dated May 25, 1995.
    (6) American Ref-Fuel's Municipal Waste Incinerator, Essex County, 
NJ NOX RACT approval dated February 6, 1995.
    (7) Union County Utilities Authority's Municipal Waste Incinerator, 
Union County; NJ NOX RACT approval dated May 10, 1994 with an 
attached permit to construct, operate, and a PSD permit dated December 
29, 1989.
    (8) PSE&G's Hudson Station Unit No. 2 utility boiler, Hudson County, 
NJ COAD approval dated May 9, 1995.
    (9) Algonquin Gas Transmission Co.'s simple cycle combustion 
turbines, Morris County, NJ COAD approval dated March 31, 1995.
    (10) Hoffmann-La Roche's combined cycle combustion turbines, Essex 
County, NJ COAD approval dated May 8, 1995.
    (11) International Flavors and Fragrances' non-utility boiler Number 
5, Monmouth County, NJ COAD approval dated June 9, 1995.
    (12) Parsippany-Troy Hills Township Sewer Authority's sewage sludge 
incinerators, Morris County, NJ COAD approval dated October 13, 1995.
    (13) Johnson Matthey's multi-chamber metals recovery furnace, 
Gloucester County, NJ COAD approval dated June 13, 1995.
    (14) 3M Company's rotary kiln and dryers, Somerset County, NJ COAD 
approval dated May 4, 1995.
    (15) Sandoz Pharmaceuticals Corporation's trash fired boiler, Morris 
County, NJ COAD approval dated March 23, 1995.
    (16) General Motors Corporation's non-utility boiler (No.4), Mercer 
County, NJ COAD approval dated June 22, 1995.
    (17) General Motors Corporation's Topcoat system, Union County, NJ 
COAD approval dated November 6, 1995.
    (18) United States Pipe and Foundry Company's cupolas and annealing 
ovens (No. 2 and No. 3), Burlington County, NJ COAD approval dated 
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    (19) Griffin Pipe Products Company's cupola and annealing furnace, 
Burlington County, NJ COAD approval dated December 14, 1995.
    (20) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation's internal combustion 
engines, Hunterdon County, NJ COAD approval dated May 9, 1995.
    (21) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation's internal combustion 
engines, Union County, NJ COAD approval dated May 9, 1995.
    (ii) Additional information. Documentation and information to 
support NOX RACT facility-specific emission limits or 
alternative emission limits in four letters addressed to Regional 
Administrator Jeanne M. Fox from New Jersey Commissioner Robert C. 
Shinn, Jr. dated:
    (A) May 26, 1995 for two SIP revisions;
    (B) November 8, 1995 for eight SIP revisions;
    (C) January 10, 1996 for ten SIP revisions; and
    (D) October 10, 1996 for two SIP revisions.
    (60) A revision to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) 
for ozone for adoption of rules for application of reasonably available 
control technology (RACT) for oxides of nitrogen (NOX dated 
November 15, 1993, submitted by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection and Energy.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Title 7, Chapter 27, Subchapter 19, of the New Jersey 
Administrative Code entitled ``Control and Prohibition of Air Pollution 
from Oxides of Nitrogen,'' effective December 20, 1993.
    (ii) Additional information:
    (A) November 15, 1993 letter from Jeanne Fox, NJDEPE, to William J. 
Muszynski, EPA, requesting EPA approval of Subchapter 19.
    (61)  [Reserved]
    (62) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
ozone concerning the control of volatile organic compounds from consumer 
and commercial products, dated January 25, 1996 submitted by the New 
Jersey Department of Environmental Protection (NJDEP).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Title 7, Chapter 27, Subchapter 24, of the New Jersey 
Administrative Code entitled ``Control and Prohibition of Volatile 
Organic Compounds from Consumer and Commercial Products'' effective 
November 6, 1995.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) January 25, 1996 letter from Robert C. Shinn, Jr., NJDEP, to 
Jeanne M. Fox, EPA, requesting EPA approval of Subchapter 24.
    (63) Revisions to the New Jersey State Implementation Plan (SIP) for 
ozone concerning the control of volatile organic compounds from 
stationary sources, dated November 15, 1993 and two revisions dated June 
21, 1996 submitted by the New Jersey Department of Environmental 
Protection (NJDEP).
    (i) Incorporation by reference:
    (A) Amendments effective December 20, 1993 to Title 7, Chapter 27 of 
the New Jersey Administrative Code Subchapter 16, ``Control and 
Prohibition of Air Pollution by Volatile Organic Compounds.''
    (B) Amendments effective June 20, 1994 to Title 7, Chapter 27 of the 
New Jersey Administrative Code: Subchapter 8, ``Permits and 
Certificates'' (sections 8.1 and 8.2), Subchapter 16, ``Control and 
Prohibition of Air Pollution by Volatile Organic Compounds,'' Subchapter 
17, ``Control and Prohibition of Air Pollution by Toxic Substances,'' 
Subchapter 23, ``Prevention of Air Pollution From Architectural Coatings 
and Consumer Products,'' and Subchapter 25, ``Control and Prohibition of 
Air Pollution by Vehicular Fuels.'' Amendments effective June 20, 1994 
to Title 7, Chapter 27B, Subchapter 3 of the New Jersey Administrative 
Code Air Test Method 3--``Sampling and Analytical Procedures for the 
Determination of Volatile Organic Compounds from Source Operations.''
    (C) Amendments effective December 5, 1994 to Title 7, Chapter 27 of 
the New Jersey Administrative Code Subchapter 16, ``Control and 
Prohibition of Air Pollution by Volatile Organic Compounds.''
    (D) Amendments effective May 15, 1995 to Title 7, Chapter 27 of the 
New Jersey Administrative Code Subchapter 16, ``Control and Prohibition 
of

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Air Pollution by Volatile Organic Compounds.''
    (E) Amendments effective July 17, 1995 to Title 7, Chapter 27 of the 
New Jersey Administrative Code Subchapter 16, ``Control and Prohibition 
of Air Pollution by Volatile Organic Compounds.''
    (ii) Additional material:
    (A) November 15, 1993 letter from Jeanne Fox, NJDEP, to William J. 
Muszynski, EPA, requesting EPA approval of Subchapter 16.
    (B) June 21, 1996 letter from Robert C. Shinn, Jr., NJDEP, to Jeanne 
M. Fox, EPA, requesting EPA approval of Subchapters 8, 16, 17, 23, 25 
and Air Test Method 3.
    (C) June 21, 1996 letter from Robert C. Shinn, Jr., NJDEP, to Jeanne 
M. Fox, EPA, requesting EPA approval of Subchapter 16.
[37 FR 10880, May 31, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting 
Sec. 52.1570, see the List of CFR Sections Affected in the Finding Aids 
section of this volume.



Sec. 52.1571  Classification of regions.

    The New Jersey plan was evaluated on the basis of the following 
classifications:

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                                                                               Pollutant
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
              Air quality control region                                                           Photochemical
                                                       Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon      oxidants
                                                          matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide  (hydrocarbons)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
New Jersey-New York-Connecticut Interstate...........           I          I         I         I             I
Metropolitan Philadelphia Interstate.................           I          I       III         I             I
Northeast Pennsylvania-Upper Delaware Valley
 Interstate..........................................           I         II       III       III           III
New Jersey Intrastate................................         III         IA       III         I           III
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[37 FR 10880, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16347, May 8, 1974]



Sec. 52.1572  Extensions.

    Pursuant to section 186(a)(4) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 
1990, the Regional Administrator hereby extends for one year (until 
December 31, 1996) the attainment date for the New York-Northern New 
Jersey-Long Island Consolidated Metropolitan Statistical Carbon Monoxide 
nonattainment area.
[61 FR 56900, Nov. 5, 1996]



Sec. 52.1573  Approval status.

    With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves New Jersey's plans for attainment and maintenance of the 
national ambient air quality standards under section 110 of the Clean 
Air Act. Furthermore, the Administrator finds that the plan satisfies 
all requirements of Part D, Title I, of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 
1977, except as noted below in Sec. 52.1581. In addition, continued 
satisfaction of the requirements of Part D for the ozone portion of the 
SIP depends on the adoption and submittal of RACT requirements by July 
1, 1980 for the sources covered by CTGs issued between January, 1978 and 
January, 1979 and adoption and submittal by each subsequent January of 
additional RACT requirements for sources covered by CTGs issued by the 
previous January.
[45 FR 15541, Mar. 11, 1980]



Sec. 52.1574  General requirements.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.116(c) of this chapter are not met 
since the legal authority to provide for public availability of emission 
data is inadequate.
    (b) Regulation for public availability of emission data. (1) Any 
person who cannot obtain emission data from the Agency responsible for 
making emission data available to the public, as specified in the 
applicable plan, concerning emissions from any source subject to 
emission limitations which are part of the approved plan may request 
that the appropriate Regional Administrator obtain and make public such 
data. Within 30 days after receipt of any such written request, the 
Regional Administrator shall require the owner or operator of any such 
source to submit information within 30 days on the

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nature and amounts of emissions from such source and any other 
information as may be deemed necessary by the Regional Administrator to 
determine whether such source is in compliance with applicable emission 
limitations or other control measures that are part of the applicable 
plan.
    (2) Commencing after the initial notification by the Regional 
Administrator pursuant to paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the owner or 
operator of the source shall maintain records of the nature and amounts 
of emissions from such source and any other information as may be deemed 
necessary by the Regional Administrator to determine whether such source 
is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control 
measures that are part of the plan. The information recorded shall be 
summarized and reported to the Regional Administrator, on forms 
furnished by the Regional Administrator, and shall be submitted within 
45 days after the end of the reporting period. Reporting periods are 
January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31.
    (3) Information recorded by the owner or operator and copies of this 
summarizing report submitted to the Regional Administrator shall be 
retained by the owner or operator for 2 years after the date on which 
the pertinent report is submitted.
    (4) Emission data obtained from owners or operators of stationary 
sources will be correlated with applicable emission limitations and 
other control measures that are part of the applicable plan and will be 
available at the appropriate regional office and at other locations in 
the state designated by the Regional Administrator.
[39 FR 34537, Sept. 26, 1974, as amended at 40 FR 55331, Nov. 28, 1975; 
51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1575  Legal authority.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter are not met, 
since section 26:2C-9 of the New Jersey Air Pollution Control Law could, 
in some circumstances, prohibit the disclosure of emission data to the 
public. Therefore, section 26:2C-9 is disapproved.
[39 FR 34537, Sept. 26, 1974, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1576  Control strategy: Nitrogen dioxide.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 52.14(c)(3) of this chapter as of May 
8, 1974 (39 FR 16346), are not met since the plan does not provide for 
the degree of nitrogen oxides emission reduction attainable through the 
application of reasonably available control technology in the New Jersey 
portions of the New Jersey-New York-Connecticut Region.
[37 FR 10880, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16347, May 8, 1974; 51 
FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1577  Compliance schedules.

    (a) [Reserved]
    (b) The requirements of Sec. 51.261 of this chapter are not met 
since Chapter 7, section 7.1(c) of New Jersey's ``Air Pollution Control 
Code'' permits certain sources to defer compliance with Chapter 7 until 
after the required date for attainment of the national standards for 
particulate matter.
    (c) The requirements of Sec. 51.262(a) of this chapter are not met 
since Chapter 7 of New Jersey's ``Air Pollution Control Code'' does not 
provide for periodic increments of progress toward compliance for those 
sources with compliance schedules extending over a period of 18 or more 
months.
    (d) Regulation for increments of progress. (1) Except as provided in 
paragraph (d)(2) of this section, the owner or operator of any 
stationary source in the State of New Jersey to which an exception 
extending beyond January 31, 1974, is applicable under Chapter 7, 
section 7.1(c) of the New Jersey Air Pollution Control Code shall, no 
later than 120 days following the effective date of this paragraph, 
submit to the Administrator for approval, a proposed compliance schedule 
that demonstrates compliance with the emission limitations prescribed by 
Chapter 7 of the New Jersey Air Pollution Control Code as expeditiously 
as practicable but no later than July 31, 1975. The compliance schedule 
shall provide for periodic increments of progress towards compliance. 
The dates for achievement of such increments shall be specified. 
Increments of progress shall include, but not be limited to: Submittal 
of the final control plan to the Administrator; letting of necessary 
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for construction or process changes or issuance of orders for the 
purchase of component parts to accomplish emission control or process 
modification; initiation of onsite construction or installation of 
emission control equipment or process change; completion of onsite 
construction or installation of emission control equipment or process 
modification; and final compliance.
    (2) Where any such owner or operator demonstrates to the 
satisfaction of the Administrator that compliance with the applicable 
regulations will be achieved on or before January 31, 1974, no 
compliance schedule shall be required.
    (3) Any owner or operator required to submit a compliance schedule 
pursuant to this paragraph shall within 5 days after the deadline for 
each increment of progress, certify to the Administrator whether or not 
the required increment of the approved compliance schedule has been met.
    (4) Any compliance schedule adopted by the State and approved by the 
Administrator shall satisfy the requirements of this paragraph for the 
affected source.
[37 FR 10880, May 31, 1972, as amended at 37 FR 23090, Oct. 28, 1972; 38 
FR 12713, May 14, 1973; 40 FR 30962, July 24, 1975; 51 FR 40676, 40677, 
Nov. 7, 1986; 54 FR 25258, June 14, 1989]



Sec. 52.1578  Review of new sources and modifications.

    (a) Subchapter 18 of the New Jersey Administrative Code, entitled, 
``Control and Prohibitions of Air Pollution from Ambient Air Quality in 
Nonattainment Areas (Emission Offset Rule),'' N.J.A.C. 7:27-18.1 et 
seq., as submitted to EPA on August 5, 1980 by the New Jersey Department 
of Environmental Protection, is approved for the entire State of New 
Jersey, with the following provisions:
    (1) The definition of ``significant emission increase'' as it 
appears in section 7:27-18.1, entitled, ``Definitions,'' is disapproved. 
The following definition of ``significant emission increase'' is 
applicable: ``An increase, since December 21, 1976, in the rate of 
allowable emissions, including fugitive pollutant emissions, at a 
facility of any criteria pollutant greater than or equal to 50 tons per 
year, 1,000 pounds per day, or 100 pounds per hour, not including 
decreases in the rates of allowable emissions except where such 
decreases are contemporaneous with emission increases. The increase in 
the rates of allowable emissions shall be the cumulative total of 
increases from all new or altered equipment for which permits have been 
issued on or after December 21, 1976 and for which permit applications 
have been received by the Department, and the fugitive emissions 
associated with that equipment. The hourly and daily rates shall apply 
only with respect to a pollutant for which a national ambient air 
quality standard for a period not exceeding 24 hours has been 
established.
    (2) Subsection (e)(1) under section 7:27-18.2, entitled, ``General 
Provisions,'' is disapproved and replaced with the following: ``The 
requirements of paragraphs (c)(3), (c)(4), and (c)(5) of this section 
shall again become applicable when proposed new construction or 
alterations at the facility would cause the increase in the rate of 
allowable emissions of that criteria pollutant to again exceed 50 tons 
per year, 1,000 pounds per day, or 100 pounds per hour whichever is most 
restrictive. The accumulation of increases in the rate of allowable 
emissions shall resume from zero after each application of paragraphs 
(c)(3) and (c)(4) of this section.''
[39 FR 7282, Feb. 25, 1974, as amended at 46 FR 21996, Apr. 15, 1981; 51 
FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986; 60 FR 33923, June 29, 1995]



Sec. 52.1579  Intergovernmental cooperation.

    (a) The requirements of subpart M of this chapter are not met since 
the plan does not adequately describe the responsibilities of local 
agencies.
[37 FR 10880, May 31, 1972, as amended at 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.1580   Conditional approval.

    (a) Enhanced inspection and maintenance. (1) The State of New 
Jersey's March 27, 1996 submittal for an enhanced motor vehicle 
inspection and maintenance (I/M) program, as amended on November 27, 
1996 and April 22, 1997, is conditionally approved based on certain 
contingencies, for an interim period to last 18 months. If New Jersey

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fails to start its program by November 15, 1997, the interim approval 
granted under the provisions of the NHSDA, which EPA believes allows the 
State to take full credit in its 15 percent plan for all of the emission 
reduction credits in its proposal, will convert to a disapproval after a 
finding letter is sent to the State by EPA. If the State fails to submit 
to EPA the final modeling demonstrating that its program will meet the 
relevant enhanced I/M performance standard by February 1, 1998, the 
conditional approval will automatically convert to a disapproval as 
explained under Section 110(k) of the Clean Air Act.
    (2) In addition to the above condition, the State must correct eight 
minor, or de minimus, deficiencies related to the CAA requirements for 
enhanced I/M. The minor deficiencies are listed in EPA's conditional 
interim final rulemaking on New Jersey's motor vehicle inspection and 
maintenance program published on May 14, 1997. Although satisfaction of 
these deficiencies does not affect the conditional interim approval 
status of the State's rulemaking, these deficiencies must be corrected 
in the final I/M SIP revision to be submitted at the end of the 18-month 
interim period.
    (3) EPA is also approving this SIP revision under Section 110(k), 
for its strengthening effect on the plan.
    (b) 15 Percent and 9 Percent Ozone Plans. New Jersey's December 31, 
1996 and February 25, 1997 submittals for the 15 Percent Rate of 
Progress Plan (15 Percent Plan) and 9 Percent Reasonable Further 
Progress Plan (9 Percent Plan) for the Northern New Jersey (New York, 
Northern New Jersey, Long Island Area) nonattainment area and the 
Trenton (Philadelphia, Wilmington, Trenton Area) nonattainment area, is 
conditionally approved for an interim period as referenced in paragraph 
(a) of this section. The conditions for approvability are as follows:
    (1) New Jersey must remodel by July 30, 1998 to determine 
affirmatively the creditable reductions from the enhanced inspection and 
maintenance (I/M) program as used in the 15 Percent and 9 Percent Plans. 
This remodeling must be in accordance with EPA guidance documents: 
``Date by which States Need to Achieve all the Reductions Needed for the 
15 Percent Plan from I/M and Guidance for Recalculation,'' note from 
John Seitz and Margo Oge, dated August 13, 1996, and ``Modeling 15 
Percent VOC Reductions from I/M in 1999--Supplemental Guidance'', 
memorandum from Gay MacGregor and Sally Shaver, dated December 23, 1996. 
Should the State fail to fulfill the remodeling condition by July 30, 
1998, this conditional interim approval will convert to a disapproval 
pursuant to section 110(k)(4) of the Clean Air Act.
    (2) New Jersey must demonstrate by December 14, 1998 that 15 percent 
and 9 percent emission reductions are still achievable in the Northern 
New Jersey and Trenton nonattainment areas as required by sections 
182(b)(1) and 182(c)(2)(B) of the Clean Air Act and in accordance with 
EPA's policies and guidance.
[62 FR 26405, May 14, 1997, as amended at 62 FR 35102, June 30, 1997]



Sec. 52.1581  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1582  Control strategy and regulations: Ozone (volatile organic substances) and carbon monoxide.

    (a) Subchapter 16 of the New Jersey Administrative Code, entitled 
``Control and Prohibition of Air Pollution by Volatile Organic 
Substances,'' N.J.A.C. 7:27-16.1 et seq. as revised on December 31, 1981 
and effective March 1, 1982, is approved with the following provisions 
and conditions:
    (1) Subsections 16.6(c)(4) and 16.6(c)(5) are approved. The State 
must comply with the public participation procedures it submitted to EPA 
on December 19, 1980 and must supply to EPA a copy of each notice of a 
proposed bubble that it supplies the public. In addition, the State must 
promptly transmit to EPA notice setting forth each set of emission 
limits approved by the state pursuant to subsections 16.6(c)(4) and 
16.6(c)(5) as well as the emission limitations previously applicable. 
Finally, the State must transmit any relevant additional material EPA 
may request, and it must notify the public of an approved set of 
emission limits at the time it transmits notice of those limits to EPA.

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    (2) Emission limitations required by subsections 16.5(a), 16.6(a) 
and 16.6(b) are applicable requirements of the New Jersey SIP for the 
purposes of section 113 of the Clean Air Act and shall be enforceable by 
EPA and by citizens in the same manner as other requirements of the SIP; 
except that emission limitations adopted by the State under and which 
comply with subsections 16.6(c) (4) and (5) shall be the applicable 
requirements of the New Jersey SIP in lieu of those contained in 
subsections 16.5(a), 16.6(a) and 16.6(b) and shall be enforceable by EPA 
and by citizens, if the State meets the requirements set out in 
paragraph (d)(1) of this section.
    (3) Although EPA approves the variance provisions in subchapter 
7:27-16.9 and 7:27-16.10, in order to be considered as part of the SIP, 
each variance issued under these provisions must be submitted to and 
approved by EPA as a SIP revision.
    (4) The December 17, 1979 version of Subchapter 16 is approved as a 
part of the SIP only to the extent that it addresses compliance dates 
for Group I Control Techniques Guideline source categories.
    (b) Subchapter 17 of the New Jersey Administrative Code, entitled 
``Control and Prohibition of Air Pollution by Toxic Substances,'' 
N.J.A.C. 7:27-17.1 et seq. as revised on October 17, 1979 and effective 
December 17, 1979, is approved for the regulation of perchloroethylene 
dry cleaners, as further clarified in a New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection memorandum ``Subchapter 17 Requirements for 
Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Systems'' dated October 25, 1982.
    (c) The November 15, 1993 SIP revision submitted by the New Jersey 
Department of Environmental Protection and Energy demonstrates the 
fulfillment of section 182(b)(2)(B) of the Clean Air Act for states to 
adopt RACT regulations for all sources for which EPA has issued a CTG 
before enactment of the 1990 Clean Air Act.
    (d)(1) The base year ozone precursor emission inventory requirement 
of section 182(a)(1) of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments has been 
satisfied for the Atlantic City, New York/ Northern New Jersey/Long 
Island, Philadelphia/Wilmington/ Trenton, and Allentown/Bethlehem/Easton 
areas of New Jersey. The inventory was submitted on November 15, 1993 
and amended on November 21, 1994 by the New Jersey Department of 
Environmental Protection as a revision to the ozone State Implementation 
Plan (SIP). Revisions to the 1990 base year emission inventory dated 
December 31, 1996 for the New York/Northern New Jersey/Long Island and 
Philadelphia/Wilmington/Trenton nonattainment areas of New Jersey have 
been approved.
    (2) The base year carbon monoxide emission inventory requirement of 
section 187(a)(1) of the 1990 Clean Air Act Amendments has been 
satisfied for the entire State. The inventory was submitted on November 
15, 1992 and amended on September 28, 1995 by the New Jersey Department 
of Environmental Protection as a revision to the carbon monoxide State 
Implementation Plan.
    (3) The 1996 and 1999 ozone projection year emission inventories 
included in New Jersey's December 31, 1996 State Implementation Plan 
revision for the New York/Northern New Jersey/Long Island and 
Philadelphia/Wilmington/Trenton nonattainment areas have been approved.
    (4) The conformity emission budgets for the three metropolitan 
planning organizations and McGuire Air Force Base included in New 
Jersey's December 31, 1996 State Implementation Plan revision have been 
approved.
    (5) The photochemical assessment monitoring stations network 
included in New Jersey's December 31, 1996 State Implementation Plan 
revision for the New York/Northern New Jersey/Long Island and 
Philadelphia/Wilmington/Trenton nonattainment areas has been approved.
    (6) The demonstration that emissions from growth in vehicle miles 
traveled will not increase motor vehicle emissions and, therefore, 
offsetting measures are not necessary which was included in New Jersey's 
December 31, 1996 State Implementation Plan revision for the New York/
Northern New Jersey/Long Island and Philadelphia/Wilmington/Trenton 
nonattainment areas has been approved.
    (7) The enforceable commitments to: participate in the consultative 
process

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to address regional transport; adopt additional control measures as 
necessary to attain the ozone standard, meet rate of progress 
requirements, and eliminate significant contribution to nonattainment 
downwind; identify any reductions that are needed from upwind areas for 
the area to meet the ozone standard; and implement the Ozone Transport 
Commission NOX Memorandum of Understanding included in New 
Jersey's December 31, 1996 State Implementation Plan revision for the 
New York/Northern New Jersey/Long Island and Philadelphia/Wilmington/
Trenton nonattainment areas have been approved.
[46 FR 20556, Apr. 6, 1981, and 48 FR 51480, Nov. 9, 1983, as amended at 
59 FR 49211, Sept. 21, 1994; 60 FR 51354, Oct. 2, 1995; 60 FR 62746, 
Dec. 7, 1995; 61 FR 53628, Oct. 15, 1996; 61 FR 66607, Dec. 18, 1996; 62 
FR 35103, June 30, 1997]



Sec. 52.1583  Requirements for state implementation plan revisions relating to new motor vehicles.

    New Jersey must comply with the requirements of Sec. 51.120.
[60 FR 4737, Jan. 24, 1995]



Secs. 52.1584--52.1600  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1601  Control strategy and regulations: Sulfur oxides.

    (a) The applicable limitation on the sulfur content of fuel marketed 
and used in New Jersey until and including March 15, 1974, as set forth 
in N.J.A.C. subchapter 7:1-3.1 is approved, except that the use of coal 
in the following utility plants and boiler units is not approved: 1
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    1  Action by the Administrator regarding coal conversion at 
the listed plants and units is being held in abeyance until the 
Administrator determines whether and to what extent that conversion 
cannot be deferred, based on analysis of fuel allocations for residual 
oil and coal in the Mid-Atlantic and New England States.

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               Company                          Plant                     City                Boiler unit(s)
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Atlantic City Electric...............  Deepwaters.............  Deepwaters.............  5/7, 7/9, 3/5, 4/6.
Public Service Electric & Gas........  Essex..................  Newark.................  All.
    Do...............................  Sewaren................  Woodbridge.............  Do.
    Do...............................  Bergen.................  Bergen.................  No. 1.
    Do...............................  Burlington.............  Burlington.............  1-4.
    Do...............................  Kearney................  Kearney................  All.
    Do...............................  Hudson.................  Jersey City............  No. 1.
Jersey Central Power & Light.........  Sayreville.............  Sayreville.............  All.
    Do...............................  E. H. Werner...........  South Amboy............  Do.
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    (b) Before any steam or electric power generating facility in Zone 
3, as defined in N.J.A.C. 7:27-10.1, burning fuel oil on June 4, 1979, 
having a rated hourly gross heat input greater than 200,000,000 British 
Thermal Units (BTU's), and capable of burning coal without major 
reconstruction or construction, which facility was in operation prior to 
May 6, 1968, or group of such facilities having a combined rated hourly 
capacity greater than 450,000,000 BTU's may be permitted by the State to 
convert to the use of coal, the State shall submit to EPA a copy of the 
proposed permit together with an air quality analysis employing 
methodology acceptable to EPA. If EPA determines, on the basis of the 
submitted analysis, that the proposed coal conversion will not interfere 
with the attainment or maintenance of air quality standards and will not 
be the cause for any Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) 
increment to be exceeded, then the permit authorizing conversion may 
become effective immediately upon the publication of such a 
determination (as a Notice) in the Federal Register. If EPA determines 
that the submitted analysis is inadequate or that it shows that the 
proposed conversion will interfere with attainment or maintenance of air 
quality standards or cause any PSD increment to be exceeded, then EPA 
shall so inform the State of its determination, and the permit 
authorizing conversion shall not become effective and conversion shall 
not

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occur until an adequate analysis is submitted or, if necessary, until a 
control strategy revision which would require any necessary emission 
reductions is submitted by the State and placed into effect as an EPA 
approved revision to the implementation plan. In addition, this same 
procedure shall apply to any State permit applied for that would 
authorize a relaxation in the sulfur-in-coal limitation at any such 
facility, as defined above in this paragraph, having already been 
granted a permit to convert to coal.
    (c) The U.S. Gypsum Co. in Clark, New Jersey is permitted to burn 
fuel oil with a sulfur content of 2.0 percent, by weight, at either 
Boiler 1, 2 or 3 until March 31, 1985 or until Boiler 4 is ready to 
burn coal, whichever occurs first. Such oil burning must conform with 
New Jersey requirements and conditions as set forth in applicable 
regulations and administrative orders.
[39 FR 1439, Jan. 9, 1974, as amended at 44 FR 31979, June 4, 1979; 44 
FR 38471, July 2, 1979; 49 FR 30179, July 27, 1984]



Sec. 52.1602  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.1603  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air 
Act are not met, since the plan does not include approvable procedures 
for preventing the significant deterioration of air quality.
    (b) Regulations for preventing significant deterioration of air 
quality. The provisions of Sec. 52.21(b) through (w) are hereby 
incorporated and made a part of the applicable state plan for the State 
of New Jersey.
[43 FR 26410, June 19, 1978, as amended at 45 FR 52741, Aug. 7, 1980]



Sec. 52.1604  Control strategy and regulations: Total suspended particulates.

    (a) Any variance issued by the Department under N.J.A.C. Title 7, 
Chapter 27, section 6.5, subsections (a), (b), or (c) shall not exempt 
any person from the requirements otherwise imposed by N.J.A.C. 7:27-6.1 
et seq.; Provided that the Administrator may approve such variance as a 
plan revision when the provisions of this part, section 110(a)(3)(A) of 
the Act, and 40 CFR, part 51 (relating to approval of and revisions to 
State implementation plans) have been satisfied with respect to such 
variance.
    (b) Particulates emissions from units 1 and 2 of the Atlantic City 
Electric Company's B.L. England Generating Station are limited to an 
emission rate of 0.5 lbs/million BTU until March 31, 1982 and June 1, 
1982, respectively. The opacity associated with such emissions from 
these units during this period shall not exceed 40 percent. On and after 
March 31, 1982 for unit 1, and June 1, 1982 for unit 2, these units 
shall be limited to an emission rate of 0.1 lbs/million BTU, and the 
associated opacity shall not exceed 20 percent.
[44 FR 5427, Jan. 26, 1979 and 46 FR 26305, May 12, 1981]

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Sec. 52.1605  EPA-approved New Jersey regulations.

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                                     State effective
         State regulation                 date            EPA approved date                 Comments
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Title 7, Chapter 26
Subchapter 2A, ``Additional,       June 1, 1987......  June 29, 1990, 55 FR     ................................
 Specific Disposal Regulations                          26689.
 for Sanitary Landfills.''
Title 7, Chapter 27
Subchapter 1, ``General            May 1, 1956.......  June 29, 1990, 55 FR     ................................
 Provisions''.                                          26689.
Subchapter 2, ``Control and        June 8, 1981......  Sept. 30, 1981, 46 FR    ................................
 Prohibition of Open Burning''.                         47779.
Subchapter 3, ``pontrol and        Oct. 12, 1977.....  Jan. 27, 1984, 49 FR     ................................
 Prohibition of Smoke from                              3465.
 Combustion of Fuel''.
Subchapter 4, ``Control and        Oct. 12, 1977.....  ......do...............  ................................
 Prohibition of Particles from
 Combustion of Fuel''.
Subchapter 5, ``Prohibition of     Oct. 12, 1977.....  ......do...............  ................................
 Air Pollution.
Subchapter 6, ``Control and        May 23, 1977......  Jan. 26, 1979, 44 FR     Section 6.5, ``Variances,'' is
 Prohibition of Particles From                          5427.                    not approved (40 CFR
 Manufacturing Processes''                                                       52.1570(c)(20) and 52.1604(a)).
 (except section 6.5).                                                           Any State-issued variances must
                                                                                 be formally incorporated as SIP
                                                                                 revisions if EPA is to be bound
                                                                                 to their provisions (40 CFR
                                                                                 52.1604(a)).
Subchapter 7, ``Sulfur''.........  Mar. 1, 1967......  May 31, 1972, 37 FR      ................................
                                                        10880.
Subchapter 8, ``Permits and        Apr. 5, 1985......  Nov. 25, 1986, 51 FR
 Certificates, Hearings, and                            42573.
 Confidentiality''.
Section 8.11.....................  Mar. 2, 1992......  Apr. 15, 1994, 59 FR
                                                        17935.
Sections 8.1 and 8.2.............  June 20, 1994.....  August 7, 1997, 62 FR
                                                        42414.
Subchapter 9, ``Sulfur in Fuels''  Feb. 4, 1983......  July 8, 1983, 48 FR      Sulfur dioxide ``bubble''
                                                        31400.                   permits issued by the State
                                                                                 pursuant to Sec.  9.2 and not
                                                                                 waived under the provisions of
                                                                                 Sec.  9.4 become applicable
                                                                                 parts of the SIP only after
                                                                                 receiving EPA approval as a SIP
                                                                                 revision. ``Clean conversion
                                                                                 incentive'' permits issued
                                                                                 pursuant to Sec.  9.5 must
                                                                                 receive EPA approval as a SIP
                                                                                 revision to become applicable
                                                                                 parts of the SIP.
Subchapter 10, ``Sulfur in Solid   July 14, 1981.....  Nov. 3, 1981, 46 FR      Notification of ``large zone 3
 Fuels''.                                               54542.                   coal conversions'' must be