[Federal Register Volume 77, Number 134 (Thursday, July 12, 2012)]
[Rules and Regulations]
[Pages 41075-41081]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Printing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2012-17031]


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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

40 CFR Part 63

[EPA-R09-OAR-2012-0286; FRL-9698-7]


Delegation of National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air 
Pollutants for Source Categories; Gila River Indian Community

AGENCY: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

ACTION: Direct final rule.

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SUMMARY: EPA is taking direct final action to delegate the authority to 
implement and enforce specific National Emission Standards for 
Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) to the Gila River Indian Community 
Department of Environmental Quality (GRIC) in Arizona. The preamble 
outlines the process that GRIC will use to receive delegation of any 
future NESHAP, and identifies the NESHAP categories to be delegated by 
today's action. EPA has reviewed GRIC's request for delegation and has 
found that this request satisfies all of the requirements necessary to 
qualify for approval. Thus, EPA is hereby granting GRIC the authority 
to implement and enforce the unchanged NESHAP categories listed in this 
rule.

DATES: This rule is effective on September 10, 2012 without further 
notice, unless EPA receives relevant adverse comments by August 13, 
2012. If we receive such comments, we will publish a timely withdrawal 
in the Federal Register to notify the public that this direct final 
rule will not take effect.

ADDRESSES: Submit comments, identified by docket number EPA-R09-OAR-
2012-0286, by one of the following methods:
    1. Federal eRulemaking Portal: www.regulations.gov. Follow the on-
line instructions.
    2. Email: steckel.andrew@epa.gov.
    3. Mail or deliver: Andrew Steckel (Air-4), U.S. Environmental 
Protection Agency Region IX, 75 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, CA 
94105-3901.
    Instructions: All comments will be included in the public docket 
without change and may be made available online at www.regulations.gov, 
including any personal information provided, unless the comment 
includes Confidential Business Information (CBI) or other information 
whose disclosure is restricted by statute. Information that you 
consider CBI or otherwise protected should be clearly identified as 
such and should not be submitted through www.regulations.gov or email. 
www.regulations.gov is an ``anonymous access'' system, and EPA will not 
know your identity or contact information unless you provide it in the 
body of your comment. If you send email directly to EPA, your email 
address will be automatically captured and included as part of the 
public comment. If EPA cannot read your comment due to technical 
difficulties and cannot contact you for clarification, EPA may not be 
able to consider your comment. Electronic files should avoid the use of 
special characters, any form of encryption, and be free of any defects 
or viruses.
    Docket: Generally, documents in the docket for this action are 
available electronically at www.regulations.gov and in hard copy at EPA 
Region IX, 75 Hawthorne Street, San Francisco, California 94105. While 
all documents in the docket are listed at www.regulations.gov, some 
information may be publicly available only at the hard copy location 
(e.g., copyrighted material, large maps), and some may not be publicly 
available in either location (e.g., CBI). To inspect the hard copy 
materials, please schedule an appointment during normal business hours 
with the contact listed in the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT section.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Rynda Kay, EPA Region IX, (415) 947-
4118, kay.rynda@epa.gov.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: Throughout this document, ``we,'' ``us,'' 
and ``our'' refer to EPA.

Table of Contents

I. Background
II. EPA's Action
    A. Delegation for Specific Standards
    B. Delegation Mechanism for Future Standards
    C. Public Comment and Final Action
III. Statutory and Executive Order Reviews

I. Background

    Section 112(l) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1990 (CAA or the 
Act), authorizes EPA to delegate to state, local, or tribal air 
pollution control agencies, the authority to implement and enforce the 
standards set out in the Code of Federal Regulations, Title 40 (40 
CFR), Part 63, NESHAP for Source Categories. On November 26, 1993, EPA 
promulgated regulations, codified at 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart E 
(hereinafter referred to as ``Subpart E''), establishing procedures for 
EPA's approval of state rules or programs under section 112(l) (see 58 
FR 62262). Subpart E was later amended on September 14, 2000 (see 65 FR 
55810).
    Any request for approval under CAA section 112(l) must meet the 
approval criteria in 112(l)(5) and Subpart E. To streamline the 
approval process for future applications, a state agency, local agency 
or tribe may submit a one-time demonstration that it has adequate 
authorities and resources to implement and enforce any CAA section 112 
standard. If such demonstration is approved, then the requesting agency 
or tribe would no longer need to resubmit a demonstration of these same 
authorities and resources for every subsequent request for delegation 
of CAA section 112 standards. 40 CFR 63.91(d)(2). However, EPA 
maintains the authority to withdraw its approval if the delegated 
agency or tribe does not adequately implement or enforce an approved 
rule or program. 40 CFR 63.96(b).
    To be eligible to receive delegation to implement CAA programs, 
GRIC as an Indian Tribe must receive a Treatment as a State (TAS) 
determination from EPA pursuant to CAA section 301(d)(2) and EPA's 
implementing regulations in 40 CFR Part 49 (Tribal Authority Rule or 
``TAR'' \1\). See 63 FR 7254 (February 12, 1998), as amended at 76 FR 
23879 (April 29, 2011). In addition to the TAS eligibility 
determination, in order to be delegated authority to implement the 
NESHAP standards, GRIC agreed in a Memorandum of Agreement (2008 
Delegation Memorandum) with EPA that it would: (i) Obtain the 
regulatory authority necessary to implement the standards by 
incorporating the CAA section 112 federal rules into tribal codes of 
regulation by reference; (ii) submit a letter to the Director of EPA 
Region IX's Air Division requesting delegation of the section 112 
federal rule, including proof that GRIC has obtained the necessary 
regulatory authority to fully implement and enforce the section 112 
rule for which it is seeking delegation; and (iii) receive approval 
from EPA to implement the requested standard. The details of this 
delegation mechanism are set forth in the 2008 Delegation Memorandum 
between GRIC and EPA.
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    \1\ EPA previously titled these regulations as the Tribal Clean 
Air Act Authority, or ``Tribal Authority Rule'', but recently 
changed the name to better reflect the scope of authority for 
planning and management of air quality in Indian Country. (see 76 FR 
23876, April 29, 2011). However, references to Part 49, Subpart A 
(49.1-49.50), such as here, are still referred to as the ``Tribal 
Authority Rule'', or ``TAR''.
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    On October 21, 2009, EPA determined that GRIC met the eligibility 
requirements set forth in section 301(d)(2) of the CAA and EPA's 
implementing regulations in the TAR, making it eligible for treatment 
as a state to implement four CAA programs, including the NESHAP 
standards under CAA section 112 (see letter from Laura Yoshii, Acting 
Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA Region IX to William Rhodes, Governor, 
Gila River Indian Community). EPA granted GRIC's request for a TAS 
eligibility determination based on our conclusion that the Tribe's 
application met the eligibility criteria in CAA section 301(d)(2) and 
the TAR, including the requirement to demonstrate that the Tribe has 
adequate resources and

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authorities to implement and enforce the NESHAP under CAA section 112.
    On November 10, 2008, GRIC informed EPA that it intended to obtain 
the regulatory authority necessary to accept delegation of section 112 
standards by incorporating section 112 rules into the GRIC Tribal Code 
by reference. On November 18, 2008, GRIC submitted a letter to the 
director of the Air Division for Region IX requesting delegation of 
several individual section 112 standards that had been incorporated by 
reference into the GRIC Tribal Code.
    The final step in the delegation process occurs when EPA approves 
GRIC's formal delegation request for that standard. Today's action is 
an approval of GRIC's November 18, 2008 delegation request. The 
standards that are being delegated by today's action are listed in a 
table at the end of this rule.

II. EPA's Action

A. Delegation for Specific Standards

    Based on our review of GRIC's request for delegation of various 
NESHAP, EPA has determined that the Tribe's request meets all of the 
requirements to qualify for approval under CAA section 112(l) and 40 
CFR 63.91. Accordingly, EPA is granting GRIC the authority to implement 
and enforce the requested NESHAP. This delegation of authority will be 
effective on September 10, 2012. A table identifying the specific 
NESHAP that will be delegated to GRIC is shown at the end of this rule. 
Although GRIC will have primary implementation and enforcement 
responsibility, EPA retains the right, pursuant to CAA section 
112(l)(7), to enforce any applicable emission standard or requirement 
under CAA section 112. In addition, EPA does not delegate any 
authorities that require implementation through rulemaking in the 
Federal Register, or where Federal overview is the only way to ensure 
national consistency in the application of the standards or 
requirements of CAA section 112.
    After a state, local or tribal agency has been delegated the 
authority to implement and enforce a NESHAP, the delegated agency 
becomes the primary point of contact with respect to that NESHAP. 
Pursuant to 40 CFR sections 63.9(a)(4)(ii) and 63.10(a)(4)(ii), EPA 
Region IX waives the requirement that notifications and reports for 
delegated standards be submitted to EPA as well as to GRIC.
    In its November 18, 2008 request, GRIC included a request for 
delegation of the regulations implementing CAA section 112(i)(5), 
codified at 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart D. These requirements apply to non-
federal agencies that have a permit program approved under title V of 
the Act (see 40 CFR 63.70). State, local, or tribal agencies 
implementing the requirements under Subpart D do not need approval 
under section 112(l). If the non-federal agency does not have an 
approved permit program, then these requirements are carried out by 
EPA. GRIC currently does not have a federally approved permit program, 
therefore Subpart D will be administered by EPA. In the future, if GRIC 
receives federal approval for their permitting program, then GRIC will 
automatically be able to implement the requirements of Subpart D 
without the need to obtain an additional delegation from EPA. Because 
the authority to implement the requirements under Subpart D is directly 
conferred to approved permitting authorities without the need for 
delegation through CAA section 112(l), EPA is not taking action to 
delegate 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart D to GRIC.
    GRIC also included a request for delegation of the regulations 
implementing CAA sections 112(g) and 112(j), codified at 40 CFR Part 
63, Subpart B. These requirements apply to major sources only, and need 
not be delegated under the section 112(l) approval process. When 
promulgating the regulations implementing section 112(g), EPA stated 
its view that ``the Act directly confers on the permitting authority 
the obligation to implement section 112(g) and to adopt a program which 
conforms to the requirements of this rule. Therefore, the permitting 
authority need not apply for approval under section 112(l) in order to 
use its own program to implement section 112(g)'' (see 61 FR 68397, 
December 27, 1996). Similarly, when promulgating the regulations 
implementing section 112(j), EPA stated its belief that ``section 
112(l) approvals do not have a great deal of overlap with the section 
112(j) provision, because section 112(j) is designed to use the title V 
permit process as the primary vehicle for establishing requirements'' 
(see 59 FR 26447, May 20, 1994). Therefore, state, local, or tribal 
agencies implementing the requirements under sections 112(g) and 112(j) 
do not need approval under section 112(l). As a result, EPA is not 
taking action to delegate 40 CFR Part 63, Subpart B to GRIC.

B. Delegation Mechanism for Future Standards

    Today's document serves to notify the public of the details of 
GRIC's procedure for receiving delegation of future NESHAPs. As set 
forth in the 2008 Delegation Memorandum, GRIC intends to incorporate by 
reference, into the GRIC Tribal Code, each newly promulgated NESHAP for 
which it intends to seek delegation. GRIC will then submit a letter to 
EPA Region IX, along with proof of regulatory authority, requesting 
delegation for each individual NESHAP. Region IX will respond in 
writing that delegation is either granted or denied. If a request is 
approved, the delegation of authorities will be considered effective 
upon the date of the response letter from Region IX. Periodically, EPA 
will publish in the Federal Register a listing of the standards that 
have been delegated. Although EPA reserves its right, pursuant to 40 
CFR 63.96, to review the appropriateness of any future delegation 
request, EPA will not institute any additional comment periods on these 
future delegation actions. Any parties interested in commenting on this 
procedure for delegating future unchanged NESHAP should do so at this 
time.

C. Public Comment and Final Action

    As authorized in section 112(l)(5) of the Act, EPA is fully 
approving this delegation request because we believe it fulfills all 
relevant requirements. We do not think anyone will object to this 
approval, so we are finalizing it without proposing it in advance. 
However, in the Proposed Rules section of this Federal Register, we are 
simultaneously publishing a separate document that will serve as the 
proposal for this action. If we receive adverse comments by August 13, 
2012, we will publish a timely withdrawal in the Federal Register to 
notify the public that this direct final approval will not take effect 
and we will address the comments in a subsequent final action based on 
the proposal. EPA will not institute a second comment period on the 
proposed rule. Any parties interested in commenting on the proposed 
rule should do so at this time. If we do not receive timely adverse 
comments, the direct final approval will be effective without further 
notice on September 10, 2012 and no further action will be taken on the 
proposed rule. Please note that if EPA receives an adverse comment on 
an amendment, paragraph, or section of this rule and if that provision 
may be severed from the remainder of the rule, EPA may adopt as final 
those provisions of the rule that are not the subject of an adverse 
comment.

III. Statutory and Executive Order Reviews

    Under Executive Order 12866 (58 FR 51735, October 4, 1993), this 
action is not a ``significant regulatory action'' and

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therefore is not subject to review by the Office of Management and 
Budget. For this reason, this action is also not subject to Executive 
Order 13211, ``Actions Concerning Regulations That Significantly Affect 
Energy Supply, Distribution, or Use'' (66 FR 28355, May 22, 2001). This 
action merely approves an eligible Indian tribe's request for 
delegation of authority to implement federal requirements through 
tribal law and imposes no additional requirements beyond those imposed 
by tribal law. Accordingly, the Administrator certifies that this 
direct final rule will not have a significant economic impact on a 
substantial number of small entities under the Regulatory Flexibility 
Act (5 U.S.C. 601, et seq.). Because this rule approves an Indian 
tribe's request for delegation of authority to implement a federal 
program through pre-existing requirements under tribal law and does not 
impose any additional enforceable duty beyond that required by tribal 
law, it does not contain any unfunded mandate or significantly or 
uniquely affect small governments, as described in the Unfunded 
Mandates Reform Act of 1995 (Pub. L. 104-4).
    Executive Order 13175, entitled ``Consultation and Coordination 
with Indian Tribal Governments'' (65 FR 67249, November 9, 2000), 
requires EPA to develop an accountable process to ensure ``meaningful 
and timely input by tribal officials in the development of regulatory 
policies that have tribal implications.'' EPA has concluded that this 
rule will have tribal implications in that it will have substantial 
direct effects on the Gila River Indian Community. However, it will 
neither impose substantial direct compliance costs on tribal 
governments, nor preempt tribal law. EPA is approving GRIC's request 
for delegation of authority to implement the federal NESHAP at the 
request of the Tribe. Tribal law will not be preempted as GRIC 
incorporated the federal NESHAP it seeks to implement into Tribal Law 
on December 13, 2006. The Tribe has requested, and fully supports, our 
approval of this delegation request, which makes the Tribe's 
regulations incorporating the NESHAP federally enforceable.
    EPA worked and consulted with officials of the GRIC early in the 
process of developing this program to permit them to have meaningful 
and timely input into its development. In order to administer the 
NESHAP, tribes must be determined eligible (40 CFR Part 49) for TAS for 
the purpose of administering these standards. During the TAS 
eligibility process, the Tribe and EPA worked together to ensure that 
the appropriate information was submitted to EPA. GRIC and EPA also 
worked together throughout the process of developing and adopting 
GRIC's regulations to implement the NESHAP. The Tribe and EPA also 
entered into a Memorandum of Agreement, which establishes procedures to 
facilitate delegation of authority to implement and enforce the NESHAP 
to GRIC and outlines the agencies' related responsibilities.
    This action also does not have Federalism implications because it 
does not have substantial direct effects on the States, on the 
relationship between the national government and the States, or on the 
distribution of power and responsibilities among the various levels of 
government, as specified in Executive Order 13132 (64 FR 43255, August 
10, 1999). This action merely approves a tribal request to implement 
federal emission standards that apply within the exterior boundaries of 
the GRIC reservation, and does not alter the relationship or the 
distribution of power and responsibilities established in the CAA. This 
rule does not provide EPA with the discretionary authority to address, 
as appropriate, disproportionate human health or environmental effects, 
using practicable and legally permissible methods, under Executive 
Order 12898, ``Federal Actions to Address Environmental Justice in 
Minority Populations and Low-Income Populations'' (59 FR 7629, February 
16, 1994). This rule also is not subject to Executive Order 13045 
``Protection of Children from Environmental Health Risks and Safety 
Risks'' (62 FR 19885, April 23, 1997), because it is not economically 
significant.
    The requirements of section 12(d) of the National Technology 
Transfer and Advancement Act (NTTAA) of 1995 (15 U.S.C. 272) do not 
apply to this rule. In reviewing requests for delegation of CAA 
authority, the EPA's role is to approve an eligible tribe's request, 
provided that it meets the criteria of the CAA. In this context, in the 
absence of a prior existing requirement for the Tribe to use Voluntary 
Consensus Standards (VCS), the EPA has no authority to disapprove a 
delegation request for failure to use VCS. It would thus be 
inconsistent with applicable law for EPA, when it reviews a delegation 
request, to use VCS in place of a submission that otherwise satisfies 
the provisions of the CAA. Thus, the requirements of section 12(d) of 
NTTAA do not apply. This rule does not impose an information collection 
burden under the provisions of the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 
U.S.C. 3501, et seq.).

List of Subjects in 40 CFR Part 63

    Environmental protection, Administrative practice and procedure, 
Air pollution control, Hazardous substances, Intergovernmental 
relations, Reporting and recordkeeping requirements.

    Authority:  This action is issued under the authority of Section 
112 of the Clean Air Act, as amended, 42 U.S.C. Section 7412.

    Dated: June 22, 2012.
Elizabeth Adams,
Acting Director, Air Division Region IX.
    Therefore, 40 CFR chapter I is amended as follows:

PART 63--[AMENDED]

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1. The authority citation for Part 63 continues to read as follows:

    Authority:  42 U.S.C. 7401, et seq.

Subpart E--Approval of State Programs and Delegation of Federal 
Authorities

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2. Amend Sec.  63.99 by revising the table in paragraph (a)(3)(i) to 
read as follows:


Sec.  63.99  Delegated Federal authorities.

    (a) * * *
    (3) * * *
    (i) * * *

                                Delegation Status for Part 63 Standards--Arizona
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        Subpart             Description       ADEQ \1\      MCAQD \2\     PDEQ \3\     PCAQCD \4\     GRIC \5\
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A......................  General                      X             X             X             X             X
                          Provisions.
F......................  Synthetic Organic            X             X             X             X             X
                          Chemical
                          Manufacturing
                          Industry.
G......................  Synthetic Organic            X             X             X             X             X
                          Chemical
                          Manufacturing
                          Industry:
                          Process Vents,
                          Storage Vessels,
                          Transfer
                          Operations, and
                          Wastewater.

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H......................  Organic Hazardous            X             X             X             X             X
                          Air Pollutants:
                          Equipment Leaks.
I......................  Organic Hazardous            X             X             X             X             X
                          Air Pollutants:
                          Certain
                          Processes
                          Subject to the
                          Negotiated
                          Regulation for
                          Equipment Leaks.
J......................  Polyvinyl                    X             X             X   ............            X
                          Chloride and
                          Copolymers
                          Production.
L......................  Coke Oven                    X             X             X             X             X
                          Batteries.
M......................  Perchloroethylene            X             X             X             X             X
                          Dry Cleaning.
N......................  Hard and                     X             X             X             X             X
                          Decorative
                          Chromium
                          Electroplating
                          and Chromium
                          Anodizing Tanks.
O......................  Ethylene Oxide               X             X             X             X             X
                          Sterilization
                          Facilities.
Q......................  Industrial                   X             X             X             X             X
                          Process Cooling
                          Towers.
R......................  Gasoline                     X             X             X             X             X
                          Distribution
                          Facilities.
S......................  Pulp and Paper...            X             X             X   ............            X
T......................  Halogenated                  X             X             X             X             X
                          Solvent Cleaning.
U......................  Group I Polymers             X             X             X             X             X
                          and Resins.
W......................  Epoxy Resins                 X             X             X             X             X
                          Production and
                          Non-Nylon
                          Polyamides
                          Production.
X......................  Secondary Lead               X             X             X             X             X
                          Smelting.
Y......................  Marine Tank        ............  ............  ............  ............            X
                          Vessel Loading
                          Operations.
AA.....................  Phosphoric Acid              X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing
                          Plants.
BB.....................  Phosphate                    X             X             X   ............            X
                          Fertilizers
                          Production
                          Plants.
CC.....................  Petroleum                    X             X             X             X             X
                          Refineries.
DD.....................  Off-Site Waste               X             X             X             X             X
                          and Recovery
                          Operations.
EE.....................  Magnetic Tape                X             X             X             X             X
                          Manufacturing
                          Operations.
GG.....................  Aerospace                    X             X             X             X             X
                          Manufacturing
                          and Rework
                          Facilities.
HH.....................  Oil and Natural              X             X             X   ............            X
                          Gas Production
                          Facilities.
II.....................  Shipbuilding and   ............  ............  ............  ............            X
                          Ship Repair
                          (Surface
                          Coating).
JJ.....................  Wood Furniture               X             X             X             X             X
                          Manufacturing
                          Operations.
KK.....................  Printing and                 X             X             X             X             X
                          Publishing
                          Industry.
LL.....................  Primary Aluminum             X   ............            X   ............            X
                          Reduction Plants.
MM.....................  Chemical Recovery            X             X             X   ............            X
                          Combustion
                          Sources at
                          Kraft, Soda,
                          Sulfite, and
                          Stand-Alone
                          Semichemical
                          Pulp Mills.
OO.....................  Tanks--Level 1...            X             X             X             X             X
PP.....................  Containers.......            X             X             X             X             X
QQ.....................  Surface                      X             X             X             X             X
                          Impoundments.
RR.....................  Individual Drain             X             X             X             X             X
                          Systems.
SS.....................  Closed Vent                  X             X             X   ............            X
                          Systems, Control
                          Devices,
                          Recovery Devices
                          and Routing to a
                          Fuel Gas System
                          or a Process.
TT.....................  Equipment Leaks--            X             X             X   ............            X
                          Control Level 1.
UU.....................  Equipment Leaks--            X             X             X   ............            X
                          Control Level 2.
VV.....................  Oil-Water                    X             X             X             X             X
                          Separators and
                          Organic-Water
                          Separators.
WW.....................  Storage Vessels              X             X             X   ............            X
                          (Tanks)--Control
                          Level 2.
XX.....................  Ethylene                     X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing
                          Process Units:
                          Heat Exchange
                          Systems and
                          Waste Operations.
YY.....................  Generic MACT                 X             X             X   ............            X
                          Standards.
CCC....................  Steel Pickling...            X             X             X   ............            X
DDD....................  Mineral Wool                 X             X             X   ............            X
                          Production.
EEE....................  Hazardous Waste              X             X             X   ............            X
                          Combustors.
GGG....................  Pharmaceuticals              X             X             X   ............            X
                          Production.
HHH....................  Natural Gas                  X             X             X   ............            X
                          Transmission and
                          Storage
                          Facilities.
III....................  Flexible                     X             X             X   ............            X
                          Polyurethane
                          Foam Production.
JJJ....................  Group IV Polymers            X             X             X             X             X
                          and Resins.
LLL....................  Portland Cement              X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing
                          Industry.
MMM....................  Pesticide Active             X             X             X   ............            X
                          Ingredient
                          Production.
NNN....................  Wool Fiberglass              X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing.
OOO....................  Manufacture of               X             X             X   ............            X
                          Amino/Phenolic
                          Resins.
PPP....................  Polyether Polyols            X             X             X   ............            X
                          Production.
QQQ....................  Primary Copper               X             X             X   ............            X
                          Smelting.
RRR....................  Secondary                    X             X             X   ............            X
                          Aluminum
                          Production.
TTT....................  Primary Lead                 X             X             X   ............            X
                          Smelting.
UUU....................  Petroleum                    X             X             X   ............            X
                          Refineries:
                          Catalytic
                          Cracking,
                          Catalytic
                          Reforming, and
                          Sulfur Recovery
                          Units.
VVV....................  Publicly Owned               X             X             X   ............            X
                          Treatment Works.
XXX....................  Ferroalloys                  X             X             X   ............            X
                          Production.
AAAA...................  Municipal Solid              X             X             X   ............            X
                          Waste Landfills.
CCCC...................  Manufacturing of             X             X             X   ............            X
                          Nutritional
                          Yeast.
DDDD...................  Plywood and                  X             X             X   ............            X
                          Composite Wood
                          Products.
EEEE...................  Organic Liquids              X             X             X   ............            X
                          Distribution
                          (non-gasoline).

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FFFF...................  Miscellaneous                X             X             X   ............            X
                          Organic Chemical
                          Manufacturing.
GGGG...................  Solvent                      X             X             X   ............            X
                          Extraction for
                          Vegetable Oil
                          Production.
HHHH...................  Wet-Formed                   X             X             X   ............            X
                          Fiberglass Mat
                          Production.
IIII...................  Surface Coating              X             X   ............  ............            X
                          of Automobiles
                          and Light-Duty
                          Trucks.
JJJJ...................  Paper and Other              X             X             X   ............            X
                          Web Coating.
KKKK...................  Surface Coating              X             X             X   ............            X
                          of Metal Cans.
MMMM...................  Miscellaneous                X             X             X   ............            X
                          Metal Parts and
                          Products.
NNNN...................  Large Appliances.            X             X             X   ............            X
OOOO...................  Printing,                    X             X             X   ............            X
                          Coating, and
                          Dyeing of
                          Fabrics and
                          Other Textiles.
PPPP...................  Surface Coating              X             X   ............  ............            X
                          of Plastic Parts
                          and Products.
QQQQ...................  Wood Building                X             X             X   ............            X
                          Products.
RRRR...................  Surface Coating              X             X             X   ............            X
                          of Metal
                          Furniture.
SSSS...................  Surface Coating              X             X             X   ............            X
                          of Metal Coil.
TTTT...................  Leather Finishing            X             X             X   ............            X
                          Operations.
UUUU...................  Cellulose                    X             X             X   ............            X
                          Products
                          Manufacturing.
VVVV...................  Boat                         X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing.
WWWW...................  Reinforced                   X             X             X   ............            X
                          Plastics
                          Composites
                          Production.
XXXX...................  Tire                         X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing.
YYYY...................  Stationary                   X             X             X   ............            X
                          Combustion
                          Turbines.
ZZZZ...................  Stationary                   X             X   ............  ............            X
                          Reciprocating
                          Internal
                          Combustion
                          Engines.
AAAAA..................  Lime                         X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing
                          Plants.
BBBBB..................  Semiconductor                X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing.
CCCCC..................  Coke Oven:                   X             X             X   ............            X
                          Pushing,
                          Quenching and
                          Battery Stacks.
DDDDD..................  Industrial,                  X             X   ............  ............            X
                          Commercial, and
                          Institutional
                          Boiler and
                          Process Heaters.
EEEEE..................  Iron and Steel               X             X             X   ............            X
                          Foundries.
FFFFF..................  Integrated Iron              X             X             X   ............            X
                          and Steel.
GGGGG..................  Site Remediation.            X             X             X   ............            X
HHHHH..................  Miscellaneous                X             X             X   ............            X
                          Coating
                          Manufacturing.
IIIII..................  Mercury Emissions            X             X             X   ............            X
                          from Mercury
                          Cell Chlor-
                          Alkali Plants.
JJJJJ..................  Brick and                    X             X             X   ............            X
                          Structural Clay
                          Products
                          Manufacturing.
KKKKK..................  Clay Ceramics                X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing.
LLLLL..................  Asphalt Roofing              X             X             X   ............            X
                          and Processing.
MMMMM..................  Flexible                     X             X             X   ............            X
                          Polyurethane
                          Foam Fabrication
                          Operation.
NNNNN..................  Hydrochloric Acid            X             X             X   ............            X
                          Production.
PPPPP..................  Engine Test Cells/           X             X             X   ............            X
                          Stands.
QQQQQ..................  Friction Products            X             X             X   ............            X
                          Manufacturing.
RRRRR..................  Taconite Iron Ore            X             X             X   ............            X
                          Processing.
SSSSS..................  Refractory                   X             X             X   ............            X
                          Products
                          Manufacturing.
TTTTT..................  Primary Magnesium            X             X             X   ............            X
                          Refining.
WWWWW..................  Hospital Ethylene  ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Oxide
                          Sterilizers.
YYYYY..................  Area Sources:      ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Electric Arc
                          Furnace
                          Steelmaking
                          Facilities.
ZZZZZ..................  Iron and Steel     ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Foundries Area
                          Sources.
BBBBBB.................  Gasoline           ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Distribution
                          Bulk Terminals,
                          Bulk Plants, and
                          Pipeline
                          Facilities.
CCCCCC.................  Gasoline           ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Dispensing
                          Facilities.
DDDDDD.................  Polyvinyl          ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Chloride and
                          Copolymers
                          Production Area
                          Sources.
EEEEEE.................  Primary Copper     ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Smelting Area
                          Sources.
FFFFFF.................  Secondary Copper   ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Smelting Area
                          Sources.
GGGGGG.................  Primary            ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Nonferrous
                          Metals Area
                          Sources--Zinc,
                          Cadmium, and
                          Beryllium.
HHHHHH.................  Paint Stripping    ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          and
                          Miscellaneous
                          Surface Coating
                          Operations at
                          Area Sources.
LLLLLL.................  Acrylic and        ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Modacrylic
                          Fibers
                          Production Area
                          Sources.
MMMMMM.................  Carbon Black       ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Production Area
                          Sources.
NNNNNN.................  Chemical           ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Manufacturing
                          Area Sources:
                          Chromium
                          Compounds.
OOOOOO.................  Flexible           ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Polyurethane
                          Foam Production
                          and Fabrication
                          Area Sources.
PPPPPP.................  Lead Acid Battery  ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Manufacturing
                          Area Sources.
QQQQQQ.................  Wood Preserving    ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Area Sources.
RRRRRR.................  Clay Ceramics      ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Manufacturing
                          Area Sources.
SSSSSS.................  Glass              ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Manufacturing
                          Area Sources.

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TTTTTT.................  Secondary          ............            X             X   ............  ............
                          Nonferrous
                          Metals
                          Processing Area
                          Sources.
VVVVVV.................  Chemical           ............            X   ............  ............  ............
                          Manufacturing
                          Industry--Area
                          Sources.
WWWWWW.................  Area Source        ............            X   ............  ............  ............
                          Standards for
                          Plating and
                          Polishing
                          Operations.
XXXXXX.................  Area Source        ............            X   ............  ............  ............
                          Standards for
                          Nine Metal
                          Fabrication and
                          Finishing Source
                          Categories.
YYYYYY.................  Area Sources:      ............            X   ............  ............  ............
                          Ferroalloys
                          Production
                          Facilities.
ZZZZZZ.................  Area Source        ............            X   ............  ............  ............
                          Standards for
                          Aluminum,
                          Copper, and
                          Other Nonferrous
                          Foundries.
AAAAAAA................  Asphalt            ............            X   ............  ............  ............
                          Processing and
                          Asphalt Roofing
                          Manufacturing--A
                          rea Sources.
BBBBBBB................  Chemical           ............            X   ............  ............  ............
                          Preparations
                          Industry--Area
                          Sources.
CCCCCCC................  Paint and Allied   ............            X   ............  ............  ............
                          Products
                          Manufacturing--A
                          rea Sources.
DDDDDDD................  Prepared Feeds     ............            X   ............  ............  ............
                          Manufacturing--A
                          rea Sources.
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\1\ Arizona Department of Environmental Quality
\2\ Maricopa County Air Quality Department
\3\ Pima County Department of Environmental Quality
\4\ Pinal County Air Quality Control District
\5\ Gila River Indian Community Department of Environmental Quality. This table includes the GRIC DEQ only for
  purposes of identifying all state, local, and tribal agencies responsible for implementing part 63 standards
  within the geographical boundaries of the State of Arizona and does not establish any state regulatory
  authority in Indian country.

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[FR Doc. 2012-17031 Filed 7-11-12; 8:45 am]
BILLING CODE 6560-50-P