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          Title 40

Protection of Environment


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Part 52 (Sec.  52.2020 to end of part 52)

                         Revised as of July 1, 2013

          Containing a codification of documents of general 
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  Explanation.................................................       v

  Title 40:
          Chapter I--Environmental Protection Agency 
          (Continued)                                                3
  Finding Aids:
      Table of CFR Titles and Chapters........................     621
      Alphabetical List of Agencies Appearing in the CFR......     641
      List of CFR Sections Affected...........................     651

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                               THIS TITLE

    Title 40--Protection of Environment is composed of thirty-two 
volumes. The parts in these volumes are arranged in the following order: 
parts 1-49, parts 50-51, part 52 (52.01-52.1018), part 52 (52.1019-end 
of part 52), parts 53-59, part 60 (60.1-end of part 60, sections), part 
60 (Appendices), parts 61-62, part 63 (63.1-63.599), part 63 (63.600-
63.1199), part 63 (63.1200-63.1439), part 63 (63.1440-63.6175), part 63 
(63.6580-63.8830), part 63 (63.8980-end of part 63) parts 64-71, parts 
72-80, parts 81-84, part 85-Sec.  86.599-99, part 86 (86.600-1-end of 
part 86), parts 87-99, parts 100-135, 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, parts 790-999, and part 1000 to end. 
The contents of these volumes represent all current regulations codified 
under this title of the CFR as of July 1, 2013.

    Chapter I--Environmental Protection Agency appears in all thirty-two 
volumes. Regulations issued by the Council on Environmental Quality, 
including an Index to Parts 1500 through 1508, appear in the volume 
containing part 1000 to end. The OMB control numbers for title 40 appear 
in Sec.  9.1 of this chapter.

    For this volume, Michele Bugenhagen was Chief Editor. The Code of 
Federal Regulations publication program is under the direction of 
Michael L. White, assisted by Ann Worley.

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                   TITLE 40--PROTECTION OF ENVIRONMENT




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chapter i--Environmental Protection Agency (Continued)......          52

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         CHAPTER I--ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (CONTINUED)




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  Editorial Note: Nomenclature changes to chapter I appear at 65 FR 
47324, 47325, Aug. 2, 2000, 66 FR 34375, 34376, June 28, 2001, and 69 FR 
18803, Apr. 9, 2004.

                 SUBCHAPTER C--AIR PROGRAMS (CONTINUED)
Part                                                                Page
52              Approval and promulgation of implementation 
                    plans (Continued).......................           5

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                  SUBCHAPTER C_AIR PROGRAMS (CONTINUED)





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



                         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 [Reserved]
52.2027 Approval status of Pennsylvania's Generic NOX and VOC 
          RACT Rules.
52.2028-52.2029 [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 Base year emissions inventory..
52.2037 Control strategy plans for attainment and rate-of-progress: 
          Ozone.
52.2038 Rate of Progress Plans: Ozone.
52.2039 Interstate transport.
52.2040 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
52.2041 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
52.2042 Visibility protection.
52.2043-52.2052 [Reserved]
52.2053 The Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets for the Pennsylvania 
          Counties in the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE 1997 Fine 
          Particulate Matter Nonattainment Area
52.2054 Control of asphalt paving material.
52.2055 Review of new sources and modifications.
52.2056 Determinations of attainment.
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.
52.2063 Original identification of plan section.

                         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.
52.2087 Original identification of plan section.
52.2088 Control strategy: Ozone
52.2089 Control strategy: carbon monoxide.

                        Subpart PP_South Carolina

52.2120 Identification of plan.
52.2121 Classification of regions.
52.2122 Approval status.
52.2124 Legal authority.
52.2125 Control strategy: Ozone.
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.
52.2140 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
52.2141 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

                         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.

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52.2184 Operating permits for minor sources.
52.2185 Change to approved plan.
52.2186 Original identification of plan section.

                          Subpart RR_Tennessee

52.2219 Conditional approval.
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.
52.2232 Determination of attainment.
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.
52.2238 [Reserved]
52.2239 Original identification of plan section.
52.2240 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
52.2241 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

                            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 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
52.2284 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
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.
52.2287-52.2298 [Reserved]
52.2299 Original identification of plan section.
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 What are the requirements of the Federal Implementation Plan 
          (FIP) to issue permits under the Prevention of Significant 
          Deterioration requirements to sources that emit greenhouse 
          gases?
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.
52.2311 Motor vehicle antitampering.

                             Subpart TT_Utah

52.2320 Identification of plan.
52.2321 Classification of regions.
52.2322 Extensions.
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.
52.2352 Change to approved plan.
52.2353 Control strategy: Carbon monoxide.
52.2354 Interstate transport.
52.2355 Section 110(a)(2) infrastructure requirements.

                           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.

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52.2378 Certification of no facilities.
52.2379 [Reserved]
52.2380 Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2381 EPA-approved Vermont State regulations.
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.
52.2386 Original identification of plan section.

                           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 Base Year Emissions Inventory.
52.2426 Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) Program.
52.2427 Source surveillance.
52.2428 Control Strategy: Carbon monoxide and ozone.
52.2429 Control strategy: Particulate matter.
52.2430 Determinations of attainment.
52.2431-52.2432 [Reserved]
52.2433 Intergovernmental cooperation.
52.2434-52.2435 [Reserved]
52.2436 Rules and regulations.
52.2437-52.2439 [Reserved]
52.2440 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
52.2441 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
52.2442-52.2449 [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.
52.2465 Original identification of plan section.

                          Subpart WW_Washington

52.2470 Identification of plan.
52.2471 Classification of regions.
52.2472 Extensions.
52.2473 Approval status.
52.2474 General requirements.
52.2475 Approval of plans.
52.2476 Discretionary authority.
52.2477 Original identification of plan section.
52.2478-52.2491 [Reserved]
52.2492-52.2494 [Reserved]
52.2495 Voluntary limits on potential to emit.
52.2496 [Reserved]
52.2497 Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2498 Visibility protection.
52.2499 [Reserved]

                        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 Control strategy: Particulate matter.
52.2527 Determination of attainment.
52.2528 Significant deterioration of air quality.
52.2529-52.2530 [Reserved]
52.2531 Base year emissions inventory.
52.2532 Motor vehicle emissions budgets.
52.2533 Visibility protection.
52.2534 Stack height review.
52.2540 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
52.2541 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
52.2560 Small business technical and environmental compliance assistance 
          program.
52.2565 Original identification of plan section.

                          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.

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52.2586 Small business stationary source technical and environmental 
          compliance assistance program.
52.2587 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?
52.2588 Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the FIP 
          requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?
52.2589 Wisconsin construction permit permanency revision.
52.2590 Operating permits.
52.2591 Section 110(a)(2) infrastructure requirements.

                           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.
52.2635 Original identification of plan.

                            Subpart AAA_Guam

52.2670 Identification of plan.
52.2671 Classification of regions.
52.2672 Approval status.
52.2673 Original identification of plan.
52.2674-52.2675 [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]
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 Original identification of plan.
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.
52.2921 Original identification of plan.

Appendixes 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
Appendix F to Part 52--Clean Air Act Section 126 Petitions From Eight 
          Northeastern States: Named Source Categories and Geographic 
          Coverage

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                         Subpart NN_Pennsylvania



Sec. 52.2020  Identification of plan.

    (a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State 
implementation plan for Pennsylvania under section 110 of the Clean Air 
Act, 42 U.S.C. 7410, and 40 CFR part 51 to meet national ambient air 
quality standards.
    (b) Incorporation by reference.
    (1) Material listed as incorporated by reference in paragraphs (c) 
and (d) of this section 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 on or after April 1, 2011 will be 
incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.
    (2)(i) EPA Region III certifies that the following rules and 
regulations provided by EPA 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 April 1, 2011:
    (A) Materials in Notebook ``40 CFR 52.2020(c)(1)--1. PA Department 
of Environmental Protection (PA DEP); 2. PA Department of Transportation 
(PA DOT).''
    (B) Materials in Notebook ``1. 40 CFR 52.2020(c)(2)--Allegheny 
County Health Department (ACHD); 2. 40 CFR 52.2020(c)(3)--Philadelphia 
Air Management Services (AMS).''
    (ii) EPA Region III certifies that the following source-specific 
requirements provided by EPA at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of 
this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated State 
source-specific requirements which have been approved as part of the 
State implementation plan as of November 1, 2006. No additional 
revisions were made between November 1, 2006 and April 1, 2011:
    (A) [Reserved]
    (B) Materials in Notebook ``40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)--Source-specific 
Requirements--Volume 1, Part 1.''
    (C) Materials in Notebook ``40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)--Source-specific 
Requirements--Volume 1, Part 2.''
    (D) Materials in Notebook ``40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)--Source-specific 
Requirements--Volume 2, Part 1.''
    (E) Materials in Notebook ``40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)--Source-specific 
Requirements--Volume 2, Part 2.''
    (F) Materials in Notebook ``40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)--Source-specific 
Requirements--Volume 3.''
    (G) Materials in Notebook ``40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)--Source-specific 
Requirements--Volume 4.''
    (H) Materials in Notebook ``40 CFR 52.2020(d)(1)--Source-specific 
Requirements--Volume 5.''
    (I) Materials in Notebook ``40 CFR 52.2020(d)(2)-(d)(4)--Source-
specific Requirements.''
    (iii) EPA Region III certifies that the materials in Notebook ``40 
CFR 52.2020(d)(1)--Source-specific Requirements--Volume 6'' provided by 
EPA at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact 
duplicate of the officially promulgated State source-specific 
requirements which have been approved as part of the State 
implementation plan as of November 1, 2008. No additional revisions were 
made between November 1, 2008 and April 1, 2011:
    (3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be 
inspected at the EPA Region III Office at 1650 Arch Street, 
Philadelphia, PA 19103. For further information, call (215) 814-2108; 
the EPA, Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, Room Number 
3334, EPA West Building, 1301 Constitution Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 
20460. For further information, call (202) 566-1742; or at the National 
Archives and Records Administration (NARA). For information on the 
availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030, or go to: 
http://www.archives.gov/federal--register/code--of--federal--
regulations/ibr--locations.html.
    (c) EPA-Approved Regulations

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                             (1) EPA-Approved Pennsylvania Regulations and Statutes
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                                                               State                              Additional
          State citation                Title/subject        effective   EPA approval date    explanation/ Sec.
                                                               date                            52.2063 citation
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                                       Title 25--Environmental Protection
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                                           Article III--Air Resources
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                                         Chapter 121--General Provisions
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Section 121.1....................  Definitions............    12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       Amends and adds
                                                                         59090.               definitions.
Section 121.2....................  Purpose................     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 121.3....................  Applicability..........     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 121.4....................  Regional Organization       5/23/92  12/22/94, 59 FR      (c)(94).
                                    of the Department.                   65971.
Section 121.7....................  Prohibition of Air          3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Pollution.                           10842.
Section 121.8....................  Compliance                  8/13/77  12/17/79, 44 FR      (c)(21); correction
                                    responsibilities.                    73031.               published 8/22/80
                                                                                              (45 FR 56060).
Section 121.9....................  Circumvention..........     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 121.10...................  Existing orders........     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 121.11...................  Severability clause....     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1); no longer
                                                                         10842.               in PA DEP rules.
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                                     Chapter 123--Standards for Contaminants
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                                               Fugitive Emissions
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Section 123.1(a) through (c).....  Prohibition of certain      8/29/77  12/17/79, 44 FR      (c)(21); Paragraph
                                    fugitive emissions.                  73031.               123.1(d) is not in
                                                                                              the SIP.
Section 123.2....................  Fugitive particulate        8/13/83  7/27/84, 49 FR       (c)(60).
                                    matter.                              30183.
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                                          Particulate Matter Emissions
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Section 123.11...................  Combustion units.......     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Appendix A [Graph]...............  Particulate Matter--        3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Combustion Units.                    10842.
Section 123.12...................  Incinerators...........     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 123.13(a) through (c)....  Processes..............     8/27/80  11/13/81, 46 FR      (c)(39); paragraph
                                                                         55971.               123.13(d) is not
                                                                                              in the SIP.
Section 123.14...................  Outdoor wood-fired          10/2/10  9/20/11, 76 FR       New section.
                                    boilers.                             58116.
Appendix B [Graph]...............  Particulate Matter--        3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Processes Listed in                  10842.
                                    Table 1.
Appendix C [Graph]...............  Particulate Matter--        3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Processes Not Listed                 10842.
                                    in Table 1.
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                                            Sulfur Compound Emissions
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Section 123.21...................  General................     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 123.22...................  Combustion units.           3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    [General provisions--                10842.
                                    air basins and non-air
                                    basins.
Section 123.22...................  Combustion units            3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    [General provisions--                10842.
                                    air basins and non-air
                                    basins].
Section 123.22(b)................  Combustion units--Erie       8/1/79  8/8/79, 44 FR 46465  (c)(20); correction
                                    Air Basin.                                                published 1/23/80
                                                                                              (45 FR 5303).
Section 123.22(c)................  Combustion units--          10/1/78  6/4/79, 44 FR 31980  (c)(18).
                                    Southeast PA Air Basin.
Section 123.22(c)................  Combustion units--Upper     8/21/82  7/5/83, 48 FR 30630  (c)(53).
                                    Beaver Valley Air
                                    Basin.
Section 123.22(d)................  Combustion units--Lower      1/1/81  12/16/81, 46 FR      (c)(40).
                                    Beaver Valley Air                    61267.
                                    Basin.
Figure 4 [Graph].................  Sulfur Oxides--             3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Combustion Units.                    10842.
Section 123.24...................  Primary zinc smelters..     8/11/75  4/30/76, 41 FR       (c)(14).
                                                                         18077.
Section 123.25...................  Monitoring requirements    10/27/90  6/30/93, 58 FR       (c)(81).
                                                                         34911.
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                                                 Odor Emissions
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Section 123.31...................  Limitations............     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1); SIP version
                                                                         10842.               of Section 123.31
                                                                                              is different from
                                                                                              State version.
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                                                Visible Emissions
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Section 123.41...................  Limitations............     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 123.42 (Except paragraph   Exceptions.............     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1); Paragraph
 123.42(4)).                                                             10842.               123.42(4) is
                                                                                              declared not in
                                                                                              SIP at (c)(21).
Section 123.43...................  Measuring Techniques...     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 123.44...................  Limitations of visible     12/27/97  6/11/02, 67 FR       (c)(189).
                                    fugitive air                         39854.
                                    contaminants from
                                    operation of any coke
                                    oven battery.
Section 123.45...................  Alternative opacity         6/20/81  1/19/83, 48 FR 2319  (c)(48).
                                    limitations.
Appendix D [Chart]...............  Alternate Opacity           6/20/81  1/19/83, 48 FR 2319  (c)(48).
                                    Limitation--Applicatio
                                    n.
Section 123.46...................  Monitoring requirements     6/20/81  1/19/83, 48 FR 2319  (c)(48).
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                                           Nitrogen Compound Emissions
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Section 123.51...................  Monitoring requirements    10/20/90  9/23/92, 57 FR       (c)(74).
                                                                         43905.
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                                           NOX Allowance Requirements
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Section 123.101..................  Purpose................     11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
Section 123.102..................  Source NOX allowance        11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    requirements and NOX
                                    allowance control
                                    period.
Section 123.103..................  General NOX allowance       11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    provisions.
Section 123.104..................  Source authorized           11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    account representative
                                    requirements.
Section 123.105..................  NATS provisions........     11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
Section 123.106..................  NOX allowance transfer      11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    protocol.
Section 123.107..................  NOX allowance transfer      11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    procedures.
Section 123.108..................  Source emissions            11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    monitoring
                                    requirements.
Section 123.109..................  Source emissions            11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    reporting requirements.
Section 123.110..................  Source compliance           11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    requirements.
Section 123.111..................  Failure to meet source      11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    compliance
                                    requirements.
Section 123.112..................  Source operating permit     11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145)
                                    provision requirements.
Section 123.113..................  Source recordkeeping        11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    requirements.
Section 123.114..................  General NOX allocation      11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    provisions.
Section 123.115..................  Initial NOX allowance       3/11/00  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    NOX allocations.
Section 123.116..................  Source opt-in               11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    provisions.
Section 123.117..................  New NOX affected source     11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    provisions.
Section 123.118..................  Emission reduction          11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    credit provisions.
Section 123.119..................  Bonus NOX allowance         11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    awards.
Section 123.120..................  Audit..................     11/1/97  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
Appendix E [Chart]...............  Appendix E [NOX             3/11/00  6/6/00, 65 FR 35840  (c)(145).
                                    Allowances Chart].
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                                      Chapter 126--Standard for Motor Fuels
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                                   Subchapter A--Oxygenate Content of Gasoline
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Section 126.101..................  General................     8/19/95  12/17/99, 64 FR      (c)(142).
                                                                         70589.
Section 126.102..................  Sampling and testing...     8/19/95  12/17/99, 64 FR      (c)(142).
                                                                         70589.
Section 126.103..................  Recordkeeping and           8/19/95  12/17/99, 64 FR      (c)(142).
                                    reporting.                           70589.
Section 126.104..................  Labeling requirements..     8/19/95  12/17/99, 64 FR      (c)(142).
                                                                         70589.
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                                 Subchapter C--Gasoline Volatility Requirements
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Section 126.301 (a) through (c)..  Compliant fuel              11/1/97  6/8/98, 63 FR 31116  (c)(131).
                                    requirement.

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Section 126.302 (Except Paragraph  Recordkeeping and           11/1/97  6/8/98, 63 FR 31116  (c)(131).
 (a)(6) pertaining to RFG).         reporting.
Section 126.303(a)...............  Compliance and test         11/1/97  6/8/98, 63 FR 31116  (c)(131).
                                    methods.
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                              Subchapter D--Motor Vehicle Emissions Control Program
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                                               General Provisions
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Section 126.401..................  Purpose................     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                                                         3386..
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                                       Pennsylvania Clean Vehicles Program
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Section 126.411..................  General requirements...     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                                                         3386..
Section 126.412..................  Emission requirements..     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                                                         3386..
Section 126.413..................  Exemptions.............     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                                                         3386..
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                                        Applicable Motor Vehicle Testing
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Section 126.421..................  Exemptions.............     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                                                         3386..
Section 126.422..................  New motor vehicle           12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                    compliance testing.                  3386..
Section 126.423..................  Assembly line testing..     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                                                         3386..
Section 126.424..................  In-use motor vehicle        12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                    enforcement testing.                 3386..
Section 126.425..................  In-use surveillance         12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                    testing.                             3386..
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                                    Motor Vehicle Manufacturers' Obligations
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Section 126.431..................  Warranty and recall....     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                                                         3386..
Section 126.432..................  Reporting requirements.     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                                                         3386..
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                                      Motor Vehicle Dealer Responsibilities
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Section 126.441..................  Responsibility of motor     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                    vehicle dealers.                     3386..
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                                           Department Responsibilities
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Section 126.451..................  Responsibilities of the     12/9/06  1/24/12, 77 FR
                                    Department.                          3386..
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                 Chapter 127--Construction, Modification, Reactivation, and Operation of Sources
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                                              Subchapter A--General
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Section 127.1....................  Purpose................    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.3....................  Operational flexibility    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
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                                    Subchapter B--Plan Approval Requirements
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Section 127.11...................  Plan approval              11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    requirements.                        39597.
Section 127.11a..................  Reactivation of sources    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.12...................  Content of applications    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.12a..................  Compliance review......    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.12b..................  Plan Approval Terms and     5/24/08  10/5/12, 77 FR       Revised; limited
                                    Conditions.                          60910.               approval.
Section 127.12c..................  Plan approval reporting    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    requirements.                        39597.
Section 127.12d..................  Completeness                5/24/08  10/5/12, 77 FR       Added; limited
                                    Determination.                       60910.               approval.
Section 127.13...................  Extensions.............     5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                                                         28261.
Section 127.13a..................  Plan approval changes      11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    for cause.                           39597.
Section 127.13b..................  Denial of Plan approval    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    application.                         39597.
Section 127.13c..................  Notice of basis for        11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    certain plan approval                39597.
                                    decisions.
Section 127.14...................  Exemptions.............    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.25...................  Compliance requirement.    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.32...................  Transfer of plan           11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    approvals.                           39597.
Section 127.35...................  Maximum achievable         11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    control technology                   39597.
                                    standards for
                                    hazardous air
                                    pollutants.
Section 127.36...................  Health risk-based          11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    emission standards and               39597.
                                    operating practice
                                    requirements.

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Section 127.44...................  Public Notice..........     5/24/08  10/5/12, 77 FR       Revised; limited
                                                                         60910.               approval.
Section 127.45...................  Contents of Notice.....     5/24/08  10/5/12, 77 FR       Revised; limited
                                                                         60910.               approval.
Section 127.46...................  Filing protests........     8/13/83  7/27/84, 49 FR       (c)(60).
                                                                         30183.
Section 127.47...................  Consideration of           11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    protests.                            39597.
Section 127.48...................  Conferences and             5/24/08  10/5/12, 77 FR       Revised; limited
                                    Hearings.                            60910.               approval.
Section 127.49...................  Conference or hearing      11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    procedure.                           39597.
Section 127.50...................  Conference or hearing      11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    record.                              39597.
Section 127.51...................  Plan approval              11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    disposition.                         39597.
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                      Subchapter D--Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality
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Section 127.81...................  Purpose................     6/18/83  8/21/84, 49 FR       (c)(57).
                                                                         33127.
Section 127.82...................  Scope..................     6/18/83  8/21/84, 49 FR       (c)(57).
                                                                         33127.
Section 127.83...................  Adoption of Program....     6/18/83  8/21/84, 49 FR       (c)(57).
                                                                         33127.
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                                         Subchapter E--New Source Review
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Section 127.201..................  General Requirements...      9/3/11  77 FR 41276........  Revised.
Section 127.201a.................  Measurements,                9/3/11  7/13/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    abbreviations and                    41276.
                                    acronyms.
Section 127.202..................  Effective date.........      9/3/11  7/13/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                                                         41276.
Section 127.203..................  Facilities subject to        9/3/11  7/13/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    special permit                       41276.
                                    requirements.
Section 127.203a.................  Applicability                9/3/11  7/13/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    determination.                       41276.
Section 127.204..................  Emissions subject to         9/3/11  7/13/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    this Subchapter.                     41276.
Section 127.205..................  Special permit              5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    requirements.                        28261.
Section 127.206..................  ERC general                  9/3/11  7/13/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    requirements.                        41276.
Section 127.207..................  Creditable emissions        5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    decrease or ERC                      28261.
                                    generation and
                                    creation.
Section 127.208..................  ERC use and transfer        5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    requirements.                        28261.
Section 127.209..................  ERC registry system....     5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                                                         28261.
Section 127.210..................  Offset ratios..........      9/3/11  7/13/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                                                         41276.
Section 127.212..................  Portable facilities....     5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                                                         28261.
Section 127.213..................  Construction and            5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    demolition.                          28261.
Section 127.215..................  Reactivation...........     5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                                                         28261.
Section 127.216..................  Circumvention..........     1/15/94  12/9/97, 62 FR       (c)(107).
                                                                         64722.
Section 127.217..................  Clean Air Act Titles        5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       Revised.
                                    III-V applicability.                 28261.
Section 127.218..................  PALs...................     5/19/07  5/14/12, 77 FR       New.
                                                                         28261.
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                                   Subchapter F--Operating Permit Requirements
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                                                     General
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Section 127.401..................  Scope..................    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.402..................  General provisions.....    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.403..................  Permitting of sources      11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    operating lawfully                   39597.
                                    without a permit.
Section 127.404..................  Compliance schedule for    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    repermitting.                        39597.
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                                               Permit Applications
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Section 127.411..................  Content of                 11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    applications..                       39597.
Section 127.412..................  Compliance review forms    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.413..................  Municipal notification.    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.414..................  Supplemental               11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    information.                         39597.
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                                             Review of Applications
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Section 127.421..................  Review of Applications.    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.422..................  Denial of permits......    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.423..................  Notice of basis for        11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    certain operating                    39597.
                                    permit decisions.
Section 127.424..................  Public notice..........    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.425..................  Contents of notice.....    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.426..................  Filing protests........    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.427..................  Consideration of           11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    protest.                             39597.
Section 127.428..................  Conferences and            11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    hearings.                            39597.
Section 127.429..................  Conference or hearing      11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    procedure.                           39597.

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Section 127.430..................  Conference or hearing      11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    record.                              39597.
Section 127.431..................  Operating permit           11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    disposition.                         39597.
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                                           Operating Permit Conditions
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Section 127.441..................  Operating permit terms     11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    and conditions.                      39597.
Section 127.442..................  Reporting requirements.    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.443..................  Operating permit           11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    requirements.                        39597.
Section 127.444..................  Compliance requirements    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.445..................  Operating permit           11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    compliance schedules.                39597.
Section 127.446..................  Operating permit           11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    duration.                            39597.
Section 127.447..................  Alternate operating        11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    scenarios.                           39597.
Section 127.448..................  Emissions trading at       11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    facilities with                      39597.
                                    Federally enforceable
                                    emissions cap.
Section 127.449..................  De minimis emission        11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    increases.                           39597.
Section 127.450..................  Administrative             11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    operating permit                     39597.
                                    amendments.
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                                         Operating Permit Modifications
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 127.461..................  Operating permit           11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    changes for cause.                   39597.
Section 127.462..................  Minor operating permit     11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    modifications.                       39597.
Section 127.463..................  Operating permit           11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    revisions to                         39597.
                                    incorporate applicable
                                    standards.
Section 127.464..................  Transfer of operating      11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    permits.                             39597.
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                           Subchapter H--General Plan Approvals and Operating Permits
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     General
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 127.601..................  Scope..................    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(111).
                                                                         39594.
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                        Issuance of General Plan Approvals and General Operating Permits
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 127.611..................  General plan approvals     11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(111).
                                    and general operating                39594.
                                    permits.
Section 127.612..................  Public notice and          11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(111).
                                    review period.                       39594.
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                                    Use of General Plan Approvals and Permits
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 127.621..................  Application for use of     11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(111).
                                    general plan approvals               39594.
                                    and general operating
                                    permits.
Section 127.622..................  Compliance with general    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(111).
                                    plan approvals and                   39594.
                                    general operating
                                    permits.
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                              Subchapter I--Plan Approval and Operating Permit Fees
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 127.701..................  General provisions.....    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.702..................  Plan approval fees.....    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
Section 127.703..................  Operating permit fees      11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                    under Subchapter F.                  39597.
Section 127.707..................  Failure to pay fee.....    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(C).
                                                                         39597.
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                                        Subchapter J--General Conformity
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Section 127.801..................  Purpose................     11/9/96  9/29/97, 62 FR       (c)(126).
                                                                         50870.
Section 127.802..................  Adoption of Standards..     11/9/96  9/29/97, 62 FR       (c)(126).
                                                                         50870.
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                                       Chapter 129--Standards for Sources
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                                              Miscellaneous Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 129.11...................  Nitric acid plants.....     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 129.12...................  Sulfuric acid plants...     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 129.13...................  Sulfur recovery plants.     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
APPENDIX A.......................  Allowable emissions,        4/23/94  3/23/98, 63 FR       (c)(129).
                                    sulfur oxides--sulfur                13789.
                                    recovery plants.
Section 129.14...................  Open burning operations      8/9/76  8/19/80, 45 FR       (c)(33).
                                                                         55178.

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Section 129.15...................  Coke pushing operations  8/29/77,12/ 12/17/79, 44 FR      (c)(21); correction
                                                                 31/77   73031.               published 8/22/80,
                                                                                              45 FR 56060.
Section 129.16...................  Door maintenance,          12/12/77  7/17/79, 44 FR       (c)(19).
                                    adjustment and                       41429.
                                    replacement practices.
Section 129.18...................  Municipal waste            10/27/90  6/30/93, 58 FR       (c)(81).
                                    incinerators.                        34911.
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                                                 Sources of VOCs
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 129.51...................  General................    12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       Amends section
                                                                         59090.               129.51(a).
Section 129.52...................  Surface coating            11/20/10  8/24/2011, 76 FR     Paragraph 129.52(i)
                                    processes.                           52870.               is added. The
                                                                                              State effective
                                                                                              date is 9/11/10.
Section 129.52a..................  Control of VOC              9/11/10  8/24/2011, 76 FR     New section is
                                    emissions from large                 52870.               added.
                                    appliance and metal
                                    furniture surface
                                    coating processes.
Section 129.52b..................  Control of VOC             11/20/10  5/23/11, 76 FR       New section is
                                    emissions from paper,                29649.               added.
                                    film, and foil surface
                                    coating processes.
Section 129.52c..................  Control of VOC             12/18/10  6/2/11, 76 FR 31855  New section is
                                    emissions from flat                                       added.
                                    wood paneling surface
                                    coating processes.
Section 129.54...................  Seasonal operation of        8/3/91  5/13/93, 58 FR       (c)(79).
                                    auxiliary incineration               28362.
                                    equipment.
Section 129.55...................  Petroleum refineries--      6/20/81  1/19/83, 48 FR 2319  (c)(48).
                                    specific sources.
Section 129.56...................  Storage tanks greater        9/5/98  7/26/00, 65 FR       (c)(147).
                                    than 40,000 gallons                  45920.
                                    capacity containing
                                    VOCs.
Section 129.57...................  Storage tanks less than     6/20/81  1/19/83, 48 FR 2319  (c)(48).
                                    or equal to 40,000
                                    gallons capacity
                                    containing VOCs.
Section 129.58...................  Petroleum refineries--      8/13/83  7/27/84, 49 FR       (c)(60).
                                    fugitive sources.                    30183.
Section 129.59...................  Bulk gasoline terminals      8/3/91  5/13/93, 58 FR       (c)(79).
                                                                         28362.
Section 129.60...................  Bulk gasoline plants...      8/3/91  5/13/93, 58 FR       (c)(79).
                                                                         28362.
Section 129.61...................  Small gasoline storage       8/3/91  5/13/93, 58 FR       (c)(79).
                                    tank control (Stage I                28362.
                                    control).
Section 129.62...................  General standards for       5/23/94  12/22/94, 59 FR      (c)(94).
                                    bulk gasoline                        65971.
                                    terminals, bulk
                                    gasoline plants, and
                                    small gasoline storage
                                    tanks.
Section 129.63...................  Degreasing operations..    12/22/01  1/16/03, 68 FR 2208  (c)(195)(i)(B)(2).
Section 129.64...................  Cutback asphalt paving.     8/13/83  7/27/84, 49 FR       (c)(60).
                                                                         30183.
Section 129.65...................  Ethylene production          8/1/79  5/20/80............  (c)(22).
                                    plants.
Section 129.66...................  Compliance schedules       12/18/10  6/2/11, 76 FR 31855  This section is
                                    and final compliance                                      amended.
                                    dates.
Section 129.67...................  Graphic arts systems...      9/5/98  7/26/00, 65 FR       (c)(147).
                                                                         45920.
Section 129.68...................  Manufacture of               8/3/91  5/13/93, 58 FR       (c)(79).
                                    synthesized                          28362.
                                    pharmaceutical
                                    products.
Section 129.69...................  Manufacture of              5/23/92  12/22/94, 59 FR      (c)(94).
                                    pneumatic rubber tires.              65971.
Section 129.71...................  Synthetic organic           5/23/92  12/22/94, 59 FR      (c)(94).
                                    chemical and polymer                 65971.
                                    manufacturing--fugitiv
                                    e sources.
Section 129.72...................  Manufacture of surface      5/23/92  12/22/94, 59 FR      (c)(94).
                                    active agents.                       65971.
Section 129.73...................  Aerospace manufacturing     4/10/99  6/25/01, 66 FR       (c)(155).
                                    and rework.                          33645.
Section 129.75...................  Mobile equipment repair    11/27/99  8/14/00, 65 FR       (c)(148).
                                    and refinishing.                     49501.
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Section 129.77...................  Control of emissions       12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                    from the use or                      59090.               added.
                                    application of
                                    adhesives, sealants,
                                    primers and solvents.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Mobile Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 129.81...................  Organic liquid cargo        9/28/91  9/28/93, 58 FR       (c)(84).
                                    vessel loading and                   50517.
                                    ballasting.
Section 129.82...................  Control of VOCs from        4/10/99  5/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(153).
                                    gasoline dispensing                  27875.
                                    facilities (Stage II).
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                                       Stationary Sources of NOX and VOCs
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Section 129.91...................  Control of major            6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                    sources of NOX and                   37908.
                                    VOCs.
Section 129.92...................  RACT proposal               4/23/94  3/23/98, 63 FR       (c)(129).
                                    requirements.                        13789.
Section 129.93 [Except for         Presumptive RACT            4/23/94  3/23/98, 63 FR       (c)(129).
 129.93(c)(6) &(7)].                emission limitations.                13789.
Section 129.94...................  NOX RACT emission           4/23/94  3/23/98, 63 FR       (c)(129).
                                    averaging general                    13789.
                                    requirements.
Section 129.95...................  Recordkeeping..........     4/23/94  3/23/98, 63 FR       (c)(129).
                                                                         13789.
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                                     Wood Furniture Manufacturing Operations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 129.101..................  General provisions and      6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                    applicability.                       37908.
Section 129.102..................  Emission standards.....     6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                                                         37908.
Section 129.103..................  Work practice standards     6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                                                         37908.
Section 129.104..................  Compliance procedures       6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                    and monitoring                       37908.
                                    requirements.
Section 129.105..................  Recordkeeping               6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                    requirements.                        37908.
Section 129.106..................  Reporting requirements.     6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                                                         37908.
Section 129.107..................  Special provisions for      6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                    facilities using an                  37908.
                                    emissions averaging
                                    approach.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                           Additional NOX Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 129.201..................  Boilers................     4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR      Revised section.
                                                                         65446.
Section 129.202..................  Stationary combustion       4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR      Revised section.
                                    turbines.                            65446.
Section 129.203..................  Stationary internal        12/11/04  9/29/06, 71 FR       SIP-effective date
                                    combustion engines.                  57428.               is 10/30/06.
Section 129.204..................  Emission accountability     4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR      Revised section.
                                                                         65446.
Section 129.205..................  Zero emission renewable    12/11/04  9/29/06, 71 FR       SIP-effective date
                                    energy production                    57428.               is 10/30/06.
                                    credit.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                              Control of NOX Emissions From Glass Melting Furnaces
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 129.301..................  Purpose................     6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                                                         52283.
Section 129.302..................  Applicability..........     6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                                                         52283.
Section 129.303..................  Exemptions.............     6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                                                         52283.
Section 129.304..................  Emission requirements..     6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                                                         52283.
Section 129.305..................  Start-up requirements..     6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                                                         52283.
Section 129.306..................  Shutdown requirements..     6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                                                         52283.
Section 129.307..................  Idling requirements....     6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                                                         52283.
Section 129.308..................  Compliance                  6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                    determination.                       52283.
Section 129.309..................  Compliance                  6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                    demonstration.                       52283.
Section 129.310..................  Recordkeeping..........     6/19/10  8/22/11, 76 FR       New section
                                                                         52283.
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                                       Chapter 130--Standards for Products
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     Subchapter A--Portable Fuel Containers
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.101..................  Applicability..........     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(229).
                                                                         70893.
Section 130.102..................  Definitions............     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(229).
                                                                         70893.
Section 130.103..................  Performance Standards       10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(229).
                                    for portable fuel                    70893.
                                    containers and spill-
                                    proof spouts.
Section 130.104..................  Exemptions.............     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(229).
                                                                         70893.
Section 130.105..................  Innovative products....     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(229).
                                                                         70893.
Section 130.106..................  Administrative              10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(229).
                                    requirements.                        70893.
Section 130.107..................  Variances..............     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(229).
                                                                         70893.
Section 130.108..................  Test procedures........     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(229).
                                                                         70893.
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                                         Subchapter B--Consumer Products
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                               General Provisions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.201..................  Applicability..........    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717.
Section 130.202..................  Definitions............    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717.
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                                                    Standard
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.211..................  Table of standards.....    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717.

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Section 130.212..................  Products diluted prior      10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                    to use.                              70895.
Section 130.213..................  Products registered        10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    under FIFRA.                         63717.
Section 130.214..................  Requirements for           10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    charcoal lighter                     63717.
                                    materials.
Section 130.215..................  Requirements for           10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    aerosol adhesives.                   63717.
Section 130.216..................  Requirements for floor      10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                    wax strippers.                       70895.
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Section 130.217..................  Sell-through of            10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR      Adds section to
                                    products.                            63717.               allow for the sell-
                                                                                              through of product
                                                                                              manufactured prior
                                                                                              to applicable
                                                                                              effective dates.
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                                                   Exemptions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.331..................  Products for shipment      10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    and use outside this                 63717..
                                    Commonwealth.
Section 130.332..................  Antiperspirants and        10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    deodorants.                          63717..
Section 130.333..................  LVP-VOC................     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                                                         70895.
Section 130.334..................  Products registered        10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    under FIFRA.                         63717..
Section 130.335..................  Air fresheners.........    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717..
Section 130.336..................  Adhesives..............     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                                                         70895.
Section 130.337..................  Bait station                10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                    insecticides.                        70895.
Section 130.338..................  Fragrances.............    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR      Added section.
                                                                         63717.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                               Innovative Products
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.351..................  Innovative products         10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                    exemption.                           70895.
Section 130.352..................  Request for exemption..     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                                                         70895.
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                                           Administrative Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.371..................  Code-dating............    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717..
Section 130.372..................  Most restrictive limit.    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717.
Section 130.373..................  Additional labeling        10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    requirements for                     63717.
                                    aerosol adhesives.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                             Reporting Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.391..................  Required reporting of       10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                    information to the                   70895.
                                    Department.
Section 130.392..................  Confidentiality........     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                                                         70895.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                    Variances
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.411..................  Application for            10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    variance.                            63717..
Section 130.412..................  Variance orders........    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717..
Section 130.413..................  Termination of variance     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                                                         70895.
Section 130.414..................  Modification of            10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    variance.                            63717..
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                  TEST METHODS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.431..................  Testing for compliance.     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                                                         70895.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                            ACP for Consumer Products
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.451..................  Alternative methods of      10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230)
                                    compliance.                          70895.
Section 130.452..................  Exemption..............    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717..
Section 130.453..................  Request for exemption..    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717..
Section 130.454..................  Application for an ACP.    10/11/08  10/18/10,75 FR
                                                                         63717..
Section 130.455..................  Recordkeeping and          10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    availability of                      63717..
                                    requested information.
Section 130.456..................  Surplus reductions and      10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                    surplus trading.                     70895.
Section 130.457..................  Limited-use surplus        10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    reduction credits for                63717..
                                    early reformulations
                                    of ACP products.
Section 130.458..................  Reconciliation of          10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    shortfalls.                          63717..
Section 130.459..................  Notification of             10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                    modifications to an                  70895.
                                    ACP by the responsible
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Section 130.460..................  Modifications that         10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    require Department                   63717..
                                    preapproval.
Section 130.461..................  Other modifications....     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                                                         70895.
Section 130.462..................  Modification of an ACP     10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    by the Department.                   63717..
Section 130.463..................  Cancellation of an ACP.     10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                                                         70895.
Section 130.464..................  Treatment of                10/5/02  12/8/04, 69 FR       (c)(230).
                                    information.                         70895.
Section 130.465..................  Other applicable           10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                    requirements.                        63717..
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                                           Public Hearing Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.471..................  Public hearings........    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717..
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         Subchapter C--Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.601..................  Applicability..........    10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                                                         68080.
Section 130.602..................  Definitions............    10/11/08  10/18/10, 75 FR
                                                                         63717..
Section 130.603..................  Standards..............    10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                                                         68080.
Section 130.604..................  Container labeling         10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                    requirements.                        68080.
Section 130.605..................  Reporting requirements.    10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                                                         68080.
Section 130.606..................  Application for            10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                    variance.                            68080.
Section 130.607..................  Variance orders........    10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                                                         68080.
Section 130.608..................  Termination of variance    10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                                                         68080.
Section 130.609..................  Extension, modification    10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                    or revocation of                     68080.
                                    variance.
Section 130.610..................  Public hearings........    10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                                                         68080.
Section 130.611..................  Compliance provisions      10/25/03  11/23/04, 69 FR      (c)(227).
                                    and test methods.                    68080.
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                             Subchapter D--Adhesives, Sealants, Primers and Solvents
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 130.701..................  Applicability..........    12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                                                         59090.               added.
Section 130.702..................  Emission standards.....    12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                                                         59090.               added.
Section 130.703..................  Exemptions and             12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                    exceptions.                          59090.               added.
Section 130.704..................  Recordkeeping              12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                    requirements.                        59090.               added.
Section 130.705..................  Compliance procedures      12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                    and test methods.                    59090.               added.
Section 130.706..................  Container labeling.....    12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                                                         59090.               added.
Section 130.707..................  Product dating.........    12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                                                         59090.               added.
Section 130.708..................  Sell-through of            12/25/10  9/26/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                    products.                            59090.               added.
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                                   Chapter 131--Ambient Air Quality Standards
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 131.1....................  Purpose................     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 131.2....................  National Ambient Air        3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Quality Standards.                   10842.
Section 131.3....................  Ambient air quality         8/13/83  7/27/84, 49 FR       (c)(60); Amendment
                                    standards.                           30183.               removed a lead
                                                                                              standard
                                                                                              provision. The
                                                                                              remaining
                                                                                              standards are not
                                                                                              SIP-related.
Section 131.4....................  Application of ambient      3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    air quality standards.               10842.
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                                        Chapter 135--Reporting of Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     General
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 135.1....................  Definitions............     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 135.2....................  Applicability [of           3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    sources].                            10842.
Section 135.3....................  Reporting..............     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 135.4....................  Reporting forms and         3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    guides.                              10842.

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Section 135.5....................  Recordkeeping..........    10/10/92  1/12/95, 60 FR 2081  (c)(96).
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                                               Emission Statements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 135.21...................  Emission statements....    10/10/92  1/12/95, 60 FR 2081  (c)(96).
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                                       Chapter 137--Air Pollution Episodes
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     General
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 137.1....................  Purpose................     1/28/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 137.2....................  Monitoring facilities..     1/28/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 137.3....................  Episode criteria.......      6/9/90  6/16/93, 58 FR       (c)(75).
                                                                         33203.
Section 137.4....................  Standby plans..........    12/27/97  6/11/02, 67 FR       (c)(189).
                                                                         39854.
Section 137.5....................  Implementation of           1/28/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    emission reduction                   10842.
                                    procedures.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                  Level Actions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 137.11...................  Forecast level actions.     1/28/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 137.12...................  Alert level actions....     1/28/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 137.13...................  Warning level actions..     1/28/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 137.14...................  Emergency level actions     1/28/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
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                                        Chapter 139--Sampling and Testing
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            Subchapter A--Sampling and Testing Methods and Procedures
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     General
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 139.1....................  Sampling facilities....     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 139.2....................  Sampling by others.....     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 139.3....................  General requirements...      8/1/79  8/8/79, 44 FR 46465  (c)(20); Correction
                                                                                              published 1/23/80
                                                                                              (45 FR 5303).
Section 139.4....................  References.............     6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                                                         37908.
Section 139.5....................  Revisions to the source    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(D).
                                    testing manual and                   39597.
                                    continuous source
                                    monitoring manual.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                               Stationary Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 139.11...................  General requirements...     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 139.12...................  Emissions of                 3/7/98  6/11/02, 67 FR       (c)(189).
                                    particulate matter.                  39854.
Section 139.13 (Except Provisions  Emissions of SO2, H2S,     11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(D).
 applicable to H2S and TRS).        TRS and NO2.                         39597.
Section 139.14...................  Emissions of VOCs......     6/10/00  7/20/01, 66 FR       (c)(152).
                                                                         37908.
Section 139.16...................  Sulfur in fuel oil.....     8/13/83  7/27/84, 49 FR       (c)(60).
                                                                         30183.
Section 139.17...................  General requirements...     6/20/81  1/19/83, 48 FR 2319  (c)(48).
Section 139.18...................  Calculation of              6/20/81  1/19/83, 48 FR 2319  (c)(48).
                                    alternative opacity
                                    limitations.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       Ambient Levels of Air Contaminants
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 139.31...................  General................     3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section 139.32...................  Sampling and analytical    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(D).
                                    procedures.                          39597.
Section 139.33...................  Incorporation of            3/20/72  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Federal procedures.                  10842.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                               Subchapter B--Monitoring Duties of Certain Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     General
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 139.51...................  Purpose................     8/29/77  7/17/79, 44 FR       (c)(19).
                                                                         41429.
Section 139.52...................  Monitoring methods and      8/29/77  7/17/79, 44 FR       (c)(19).
                                    techniques.                          41429.
Section 139.53...................  Filing monitoring           8/13/83  7/27/84, 49 FR       (c)(60).
                                    reports.                             30183.
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              Subchapter C--Requirements for Continuous In-Stack Monitoring for Stationary Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 139.101..................  General Requirements...      3/7/98  6/11/02, 67 FR       (c)(189).
                                                                         39854.

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Section 139.102..................  References.............    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(D).
                                                                         39597.
Section 139.103..................  Opacity monitoring         11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR       (c)(110)(i)(D).
                                    requirements.                        39597.
Section 139.111..................  Waste incinerator          12/27/97  6/11/02, 67 FR       (c)(189).
                                    monitoring                           39854.
                                    requirements.
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                                        Chapter 141--Alternate Standards
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 141.1....................  Imposing alternate          5/14/88  9/17/92, 57 FR       (c)(73).
                                    standards authorized.                42894.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                              Chapter 145--Interstate Pollution Transport Reduction
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                    Subchapter A--NOX Budget Trading Program
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                               General Provisions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.1....................  Purpose................     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.2....................  Definitions............     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.3....................  Measurements,               9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    abbreviations and                    43795.
                                    acronyms.
Section 145.4....................  Applicability..........     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.5....................  Retired unit exemption.     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.6....................  Standard requirements..     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.7....................  Computation of time....     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.8....................  Transition to CAIR NOX      4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR      New section.
                                    Trading Programs.                    65446.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                   NOX Account
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.10...................  Authorization and           9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    responsibilities of                  43795.
                                    the NOX authorized
                                    account representative.
Section 145.11...................  Alternate NOX               9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    authorized account                   43795.
                                    representative.
Section 145.12...................  Changing the NOX            9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    authorized account                   43795.
                                    representative; and
                                    changes in the
                                    Alternate NOX
                                    authorized account
                                    representative;
                                    changes in the owners
                                    and operators.
Section 145.13...................  Account certificate of      9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    representation.                      43795.
Section 145.14...................  Objections concerning       9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    the NOX authorized                   43795.
                                    account representative.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                            Compliance Certification
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.30...................  Compliance                  9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    certification report.                43795.
Section 145.31...................  Department's action on      9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    compliance                           43795.
                                    certifications.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                            NOX Allowance Allocations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.40...................  State Trading Program       9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    budget.                              43795.
Section 145.41...................  Timing Requirements for     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    NOX allowance                        43795.
                                    allocations.
Section 145.42...................  NOX Allowance              12/11/04  9/29/06, 71 FR       Revised; SIP-
                                    allocations.                         57428.               effective date is
                                                                                              10/30/06.
Section 145.43...................  Compliance supplement       9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    pool.                                43795.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          Accounting Process for Deposit Use and Transfer of Allowances
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.50...................  NOX Allowance Tracking      9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    System accounts.                     43795.
Section 145.51...................  Establishment of            9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    accounts.                            43795.
Section 145.52...................  NOX Allowance Tracking      9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    System                               43795.
                                    responsibilities of
                                    NOX authorized account
                                    representative.
Section 145.53...................  Recordation of NOX          9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    allowance allocations.               43795.
Section 145.54...................  Compliance.............     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.

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Section 145.55...................  Banking................     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.56...................  Account error..........     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.57...................  Closing of general          9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    accounts.                            43795.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                             NOX Allowance Transfers
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.60...................  Submission of NOX           9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    allowance transfers.                 43795.
Section 145.61...................  NOX transfer                9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    recordation.                         43795.
Section 145.62...................  Notification...........     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                    Recording and Recordkeeping Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.70...................  General monitoring          9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    requirements.                        43795.
Section 145.71...................  Initial certification       9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    and recertification                  43795.
                                    procedures.
Section 145.72...................  Out of control periods.     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.73...................  Notifications..........     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.74...................  Recordkeeping and           9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    reporting.                           43795.
Section 145.75...................  Petitions..............     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.76...................  Additional requirements     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    to provide heat input                43795.
                                    data.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Opt-In Process
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.80...................  Applicability for opt-      9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    in sources.                          43795.
Section 145.81...................  Opt-in source general       9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    provisions.                          43795.
Section 145.82...................  NOX authorized account      9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    representative for opt-              43795.
                                    in sources.
Section 145.83...................  Applying for a NOX          9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    budget opt-in approval.              43795.
Section 145.84...................  Opt-in process.........     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                                                         43795.
Section 145.85...................  NOX budget opt-in           9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    application contents.                43795.
Section 145.86...................  Opt-in source               9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    withdrawal from NOX                  43795.
                                    Budget Trading Program.
Section 145.87...................  Opt-in unit change in       9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    regulatory status.                   43795.
Section 145.88...................  NOX allowance               9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    allocations to opt-in                43795.
                                    units.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Emission Reduction Credit Provisions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.90...................  Emission reduction          9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    credit provisions.                   43795.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                              Interstate Pollution Transport Reduction Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.100..................  Applicability to upwind     9/23/00  8/21/01, 66 FR       (c)(168).
                                    states.                              43795.
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                   Subchapter B--Emissions of NOX from Stationary Internal Combustion Engines
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.111..................  Applicability..........    12/11/04  9/29/06, 71 FR       New Section
                                                                         57428.              SIP-effective date
                                                                                              is 10/30/06.
Section 145.112..................  Definitions............    12/11/04  9/29/06, 71 FR       New Section
                                                                         57428.              SIP-effective date
                                                                                              is 10/30/06.
Section 145.113..................  Standard requirements..     4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR      New subsection d.
                                                                         65446.
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                            Subchapter C--Emissions of NOX from Cement Manufacturing
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.141..................  Applicability..........    12/11/04  9/29/06, 71 FR       New Section
                                                                         57428.              SIP-effective date
                                                                                              is 10/30/06.
Section 145.142..................  Definitions............     6/19/10  7/19/11, 76 FR       Added new
                                                                         42558.               definitions and
                                                                                              terms.
Section 145.143..................  Standard requirements..     6/19/10  7/19/11, 76 FR       Added compliance
                                                                         42558.               dates and
                                                                                              allowable
                                                                                              emissions of NOX.
Section 145.144..................  Compliance                  6/19/10  7/19/11, 76 FR       New section.
                                    determination.                       42558.

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Section 145.145..................  Compliance                  6/19/10  7/19/11, 76 FR       New section.
                                    demonstration and                    42558.
                                    reporting requirements.
Section 145.146..................  Recordkeeping..........     6/19/10  7/19/11, 76 FR       New section.
                                                                         42558.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                       Subchapter D. CAIR NOX and SO2 Trading Programs--General Provisions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.201..................  Purpose................     4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                                                         65446.
Section 145.202..................  Definitions............     4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                                                         65446.
Section 145.203..................  Applicability..........     4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                                                         65446.
Section 145.204..................  Incorporation of            4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                    Federal regulations by               65446.
                                    reference.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                  ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CHAPTER 127 EMISSION REDUCTION CREDIT PROVISIONS
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.205..................  Emission reduction          4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                    credit provisions.                   65446.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CAIR NOX ANNUAL TRADING PROGRAM
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.211..................  Timing Requirements for     4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                    CAIR NOX allowance                   65446.
                                    allocations.
Section 145.212..................  CAIR NOX allowance          4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                    allocations.                         65446.
Section 145.213..................  Supplemental                4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                    monitoring,                          65446.
                                    recordkeeping and
                                    reporting requirements
                                    for gross electrical
                                    output and useful
                                    thermal energy for
                                    units subject to 40
                                    CFR 96.170-96.175.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                        ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR CAIR NOX OZONE SEASON TRADING PROGRAM
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 145.221..................  Timing requirements for     4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                    CAIR NOX ozone season                65446.
                                    allowance allocations.
Section 145.222..................  CAIR NOX Ozone Season       4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                    allowance allocations.               65446.
Section 145.223..................  Supplemental                4/12/08  12/10/09, 74 FR
                                    monitoring,                          65446.
                                    recordkeeping and
                                    reporting requirements
                                    for gross electrical
                                    output and useful
                                    thermal energy for
                                    units subject to 40
                                    CFR 96.370-96.375.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                            Title 67--Transportation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Part I--Department of Transportation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       Subpart A--Vehicle Code Provisions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Article VII--Vehicle Characteristics
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  Chapter 175--Vehicle Equipment and Inspection
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                        Subchapter A--General Provisions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 175.2....................  Definitions............     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       ``Temporary
                                                                         32411.               Inspection
                                                                                              Approval
                                                                                              Indicator'' only.
Section 175.2....................  Definitions............     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Definitions which
                                                                         58313.               apply to safety
                                                                                              inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.3....................  Application of              12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                    equipment rules.                     58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.4....................  Vehicles required to be     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                    inspected.                           58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.6....................  Annual inspection......     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                                                         58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.

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Section 175.7....................  Inspection of vehicle       12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                    reentering this                      58313.               inspection program
                                    Commonwealth.                                             in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.8....................  Newly purchased             2/19/94  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                    vehicles.                            58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.11...................  Coordination of safety      9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    and emission                         32411.
                                    inspection.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                   Subchapter B--Official Inspection Stations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 175.21...................  Appointment............     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                                                         58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.22...................  Making application.....     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                                                         58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.23(a) and (c)........  Approval...............     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                                                         58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.24...................  Required certificates       12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                    and station signs.                   58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.25(a), (b)(1),         Inspection area........     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
 (b)(3), and (c).                                                        58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.26(a) introductory     Tools and equipment....     9/28/96  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
 sentence and (a)(3).                                                    58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.27...................  Hours..................     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                                                         58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.28...................  Certified Inspection        12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
[Except for (c)(2), (g)(2),         Mechanics.                           58313..              inspection program
 (g)(3), and (g)(5)-((9)].                                                                    in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.29(f)(4).............  Obligations and             9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    responsibilities of                  32411.
                                    station.
Section 175.29...................  Obligations and             9/27/97  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                    responsibilities of                  58313.               inspection program
                                    stations.                                                 in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties (except
                                                                                              for (f)(4), which
                                                                                              applies to I/M and
                                                                                              non-I/M programs).
Section 175.31...................  Fleet inspection            12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                    stations.                            58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     Subchapter C--Certificate of Inspection
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 175.41(a), (b)(1),         Procedure..............     9/27/97  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies statewide;
 (b)(3), (c), (d), (e)(1),                                               58313.              To I/M program and
 (e)(3), (e)(5), and (f)(4).                                                                  non-I/M safety
                                                                                              inspection
                                                                                              program.
Section 175.42...................  Recording inspection...     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR
                                                                         32411.
Section 175.43...................  Security...............     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR
                                                                         32411.
Section 175.44...................  Ordering certificates       9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR
                                    of inspection.                       32411.

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Section 175.45...................  Violation of use of         9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR
                                    certificate of                       32411.
                                    inspection.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Subchapter D--Schedule of Penalties and Suspensions: Official Inspection Stations and Certified Mechanics
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 175.51...................  Cause for suspension...     2/19/94  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section;
                                                                         58313.              Applies to safety
                                                                                              inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.52...................  Reapplication..........     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section;
                                                                         58313.              Applies to safety
                                                                                              inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  Subchapter E--Passenger Cars and Light Trucks
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 175.61...................  Application of              12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section;
                                    subchapter.                          58313.              Applies to safety
                                                                                              inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.72(d)................  Fuel systems...........     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section;
                                                                         58313.              Applies to safety
                                                                                              inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.80(d)................  Inspection procedure...     5/13/99  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section;
                                                                         58313.              Applies to safety
                                                                                              inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                            Subchapter H--Motorcycles
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 175.141..................  Application of              12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section;
                                    subchapter.                          58313.              Applies to safety
                                                                                              inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           Subchapter J--Motor-Driven Cycles and Motorized Pedalcycles
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 175.171..................  Application............     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section;
                                                                         58313.              Applies to safety
                                                                                              inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   Subchapter K--Street Rods, Specially Constructed and Reconstructed Vehicles
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 175.201..................  Application of              12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section;
                                    subchapter.                          58313.              Applies to safety
                                                                                              inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.202..................  Conditions.............     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
                                                                         58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
Section 175.220(d) [introductory   Inspection procedure...     5/13/99  10/6/05, 70 FR       Applies to safety
 sentence only].                                                         58313.               inspection program
                                                                                              in non-I/M
                                                                                              counties.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
            Subchapter L--Animal-Drawn Vehicles, Implements of Husbandry and Special Mobile Equipment
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 175.221..................  Application............     12/3/88  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
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                                Chapter 177--Enhanced Emission Inspection Program
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                        Subchapter A--General Provisions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.1....................  Purpose................     10/1/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                                                         32411.
Section 177.2....................  Application of              10/1/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    equipment rules.                     32411.
Section 177.3....................  Definitions............    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  Implementation of Emission Inspection Program
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.22...................  Commencement of            11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Retitled and
                                    inspections.                         58313.               revised.
Section 177.23...................  Notification of            11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    requirement for                      58313.
                                    emission inspection.
Section 177.24...................  Program evaluation.....    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                   I/M Program
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.51...................  Program requirements...    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Excludes paragraphs
                                                                         58313.               (c)(1), (c)(2),
                                                                                              and (c)(3), and
                                                                                              reference to those
                                                                                              paragraphs.
Section 177.52...................  Emission inspection        11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    prerequisites.                       58313.
Section 177.53...................  Vehicle inspection         11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    process.                             58313.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                         Subchapter B--Subject Vehicles
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.101..................  Subject vehicles.......    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.102..................  Inspection of vehicles      9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    reentering this                      32411.
                                    Commonwealth.
Section 177.103..................  Used vehicles after         9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    sale or resale.                      32411.
Section 177.104..................  Vehicles registered in      9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    nondesignated areas or               32411.
                                    other states.
Section 177.105..................  Vehicles requiring         11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    emission inspection                  58313.
                                    due to change of
                                    address.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                          Subchapter C--Emission Test Procedures and Emission Standards
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     General
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.201..................  General requirements...    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.202..................  Emission test equipment    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.202a.................  OBD-I/M check equipment    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section.
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.202b.................  Equipment for gas cap      11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section.
                                    test and visual                      58313.
                                    inspection.
Section 177.203..................  Test procedures........    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.204..................  Basis for failure......    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Retitled and
                                                                         58313.               revised.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                Recall Provisions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.231..................  Requirements regarding      9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    manufacturer recall                  32411.
                                    notices.
Section 177.232..................  Compliance with recall      9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    notices.                             32411.
Section 177.233..................  Failure to comply......     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                                                         32411.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                           Emission Inspection Report
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.251..................  Record of test results.     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                                                         32411.
Section 177.252..................  Emission inspection        11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Retitled and
                                    report.                              58313.               revised.
Section 177.253..................  Responsibility of the      11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Retitled and
                                    station owner for                    58313.               revised.
                                    vehicles which fail
                                    the emission
                                    inspection.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     Retest
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.271..................  Procedure..............    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.272..................  Prerequisites..........    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.273..................  Content of repair data     11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    form.                                58313.
Section 177.274..................  Retest fees............    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.275..................  Repair technician          11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section.
                                    training and                         58313.
                                    certification.
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                                               Issuance of Waiver
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.281..................  Issuance of waiver.....    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.282..................  Annual adjustment of       11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Excludes/removes
                                    minimum waiver                       58313.               the sentence and
                                    expenditure for                                           partial sentence,
                                    emission inspection.                                      ``The minimum
                                                                                              expenditure for
                                                                                              the first 2 years
                                                                                              after commencement
                                                                                              of the program in
                                                                                              an affected area
                                                                                              is $150. Beginning
                                                                                              with the 3rd year
                                                                                              of the program in
                                                                                              an affected
                                                                                              area''.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           Procedures Relating to Certificates of Emission Inspection
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.291..................  Procedures relating to     11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Retitled and
                                    certificates of                      58313.               revised.
                                    emission inspection.
Section 177.292..................  Recording inspection...    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Registration Recall Procedure for Violation of Sec. Sec. 177.301-177.305 (Relating to On-Road Testing)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.301..................  Authorization to            9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    conduct on-road                      32411.
                                    emission testing.
Section 177.302..................  On-road testing devices     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                                                         32411.
Section 177.304..................  Failure of on-road         11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    emission test.                       58313.
Section 177.305..................  Failure to produce          9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    proof of correction of               32411.
                                    on-road emission test
                                    failure.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         Subchapter D--Official Emission Inspection Station Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     General
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.401..................  Appointment............    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.402..................  Application............     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                                                         32411.
Section 177.403..................  Approval of emission        9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    inspection station.                  32411.
Section 177.404..................  Required certificates      11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    and station signs.                   58313.
Section 177.405..................  Emission inspection        11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    areas.                               58313.
Section 177.406..................  Equipment..............    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Retitled and
                                                                         58313.               revised.
Section 177.407..................  Hours of operation.....    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.408..................  Certified emission         11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    inspectors.                          58313.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            Obligations and Responsibilities of Station Owners/Agents
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.421..................  Obligations and            11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    responsibilities of                  58313.
                                    station owners/agents.
Section 177.422..................  Commonwealth emission      11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Retitled and
                                    inspection stations.                 58313.               revised.
Section 177.423..................  Fleet emission             11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Retitled and
                                    inspection stations.                 58313.               revised.
Section 177.424..................  General emission           11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    inspection stations.                 58313.
Section 177.425..................  Security...............    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.426..................  Ordering certificates       9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    of emission inspection.              32411.
Section 177.427..................  Violations of use of        9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    certificate of                       32411.
                                    emission inspection.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                Quality Assurance
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.431..................  Quality assurance......    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              Subchapter E--Equipment Manufacturers' and Contractors' Requirements and Obligations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Equipment Manufacturers' Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.501..................  Equipment approval         11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    procedures.                          58313.
Section 177.502..................  Service commitment.....    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.503..................  Performance commitment.    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.

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Section 177.504..................  Revocation of approval.     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                                                         32411.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                             Contractor Obligations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.521..................  Contractor obligations     11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    and responsibilities.                58313.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                            Subchapter F--Schedule of Penalties and Hearing Procedure
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Schedule of Penalties and Suspensions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.601..................  Definitions............    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       New section.
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.602..................  Schedule of penalties      11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    for emission                         58313.
                                    inspection stations.
Section 177.603..................  Schedule of penalties      11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    for emission                         58313.
                                    inspectors.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                              Additional Violations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.605..................  Subsequent violations..    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                                                         58313.
Section 177.606..................  Multiple violations....     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                                                         32411.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                         Departmental Hearing Procedure
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.651..................  Notice of alleged          11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Retitled and
                                    violation and                        58313.               revised.
                                    opportunity to be
                                    heard prior to
                                    immediate suspension.
Section 177.652..................  Official documents.....     9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                                                         32411.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                          Restoration After Suspension
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.671..................  Restoration of              9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    certification of an                  32411.
                                    emission inspector
                                    after suspension.
Section 177.672..................  Restoration of              9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    certification of an                  32411.
                                    emission inspection
                                    station after
                                    suspension.
Section 177.673..................  Restoration of              9/27/97  6/17/99, 64 FR       (c)(139).
                                    certification of                     32411.
                                    certified repair
                                    technician after
                                    suspension.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Registration Recall Procedure for Violation of Sec. Sec. 177.301-177.305 (Relating Toon-Road Resting)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 177.691..................  Registration Recall        11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR
                                    Committee.                           58313.
Appendix A.......................  Acceleration Simulation    11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Replaces previous
                                    Mode: Pennsylvania                   58313.               Appendix A.
                                    Procedures, Standards,
                                    Equipment
                                    Specifications and
                                    Quality Control
                                    Requirements.
Appendix B.......................  Department Procedures      11/22/03  10/6/05, 70 FR       Replaces previous
                                    and Specifications.                  58313.               Appendix B.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                Title 35 Pennsylvania Statute--Health and Safety
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                              Chapter 23B--Diesel-Powered Motor Vehicle Idling Act
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 4601.....................  Short title............      2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4602.....................  Definitions............      2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4603.....................  Restrictions on idling.      2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4604.....................  Increase of weight           2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708
                                    limit.
Section 4605.....................  Penalties..............      2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4606.....................  Disposition of fines...      2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4607.....................  Enforcement............      2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4608.....................  Permanent idling             2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708
                                    restriction signs.
Section 4609.....................  Preemption.............      2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708
Section 4610.....................  Applicability..........      2/6/09  8/1/11, 76 FR 45708  ...................
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                     (2) EPA-Approved Allegheny County Health Department (ACHD) Regulations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             State                               Additional
    Article XX or XXI citation          Title/subject      effective    EPA approval date     explanation/ Sec.
                                                             date                             52.2063 citation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Part A--General
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2101.01...........................  Short Titles........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       In SIP at
                                                                       68935.                52.2020(c)(92);
                                                                                             citation change
                                                                                             only at (c)(192).
2101.02.a, .02.c..................  Declaration of          10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Policy and Purpose.               68935.
2101.03...........................  Effective Date and      10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       In SIP at (c)(92);
                                     Repealer.                         68935.                citation change
                                                                                             only at (c)(192).
2101.04...........................  Existing Orders.....    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2101.05...........................  Existing Permits and     3/31/98  8/30/04, 69 FR 52831  52.2420(c)(209).
                                     Licenses.
2101.06...........................  Construction and        10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Interpretation.                   68935.
2101.07 (Except paragraphs .07.c.2  Administration and      10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
 and c.8).                           Organization.                     68935.
2101.10...........................  Ambient Air Quality     10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Standards (Except:                68935.
                                     PM10--County & Free
                                     silica portion; Pb
                                     (1-hr & 8-hr avg.);
                                     settled
                                     particulates,
                                     beryllium,
                                     sulfates,
                                     fluorides, and
                                     hydrogen sulfide).
2101.11...........................  Prohibition of Air      10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Pollution.                        68935.
2101.12...........................  Interstate Air          10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Pollution.                        68935.
2101.13...........................  Nuisances...........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2101.14...........................  Circumvention.......    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2101.20...........................  Definitions.........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192); See Part I
                                                                       68935.                of the IBR
                                                                                             document.
2101.20...........................  Definitions related   5/15/98, 9/ 4/17/01, 66 FR 19724  (c)(151); See Part I
                                     to gasoline                1/99                         of the IBR
                                     volatility.                                             document.
2101.20...........................  Definitions.........     7/10/03  6/24/05, 70 FR 36511  See Part II of the
                                                                                             IBR document.
2101.20...........................  Definitions.........     5/24/10  12/28/10, 75 FR       Addition of four new
                                                                       81555.                definitions:
                                                                                             Exterior panels,
                                                                                             interior panels,
                                                                                             flat wood panel
                                                                                             coating, and
                                                                                             tileboard. See Part
                                                                                             III of the IBR
                                                                                             document.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                            Part B--Permits Generally
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2102.01...........................  Certification.......    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2102.02...........................  Applicability.......    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2102.03.a through .k..............  Permits Generally...    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2102.04...........................  Installation Permits    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2102.05...........................  Installation Permits    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     for New and                       68935.
                                     Modified Major
                                     Sources.
2102.06...........................  Major Sources            7/10/05  6/10/11, 76 FR 34000  Addition of new
                                     Locating in or                                          paragraph
                                     Impacting a                                             2102.06.g.
                                     Nonattainment Area.
2102.07...........................  Prevention of            3/31/98  2/28/13, 78 FR 13493  Added.
                                     Significant
                                     Deterioration.
2102.08...........................  Emission Offset         10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Registration.                     68935.
2102.10...........................  Installation Permit     10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Application and                   68935.
                                     Administration Fees.
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                                            Part C--Operating Permits
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2103.01...........................  Transition..........    10/20/95  8/30/04, 69 FR 52831  (c)(209).
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                           Subpart 1--Operating Permits (All Major and Minor Permits)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2103.10.a., b.....................  Applicability,          10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Prohibitions,                     68935.
                                     Records.
2103.11...........................  Applications........    10/20/95  8/30/04, 69 FR 52831  (c)(209).
2103.12...........................  Issuance, Standard       3/31/98  8/30/04, 69 FR 52831  (c)(209).
                                     Conditions.
2103.13...........................  Expiration,             10/20/95  8/30/04, 69 FR 52831  (c)(209).
                                     Renewals,
                                     Reactivation.
2103.14...........................  Revisions,               1/12/01  8/30/04, 69 FR 52831  (c)(209).
                                     Amendments,
                                     Modifications.
2103.15...........................  Reopenings,             10/20/95  8/30/04, 69 FR 52831  (c)(209).
                                     Revocations.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                              Subpart 2--Additional Requirements for Major Permits
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2103.20.b.4.......................  Applicability,          10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Prohibitions,                     68935.
                                     Records.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Part D--Pollutant Emission Standards
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2104.01...........................  Visible Emissions...    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2104.02...........................  Particulate Mass         8/15/97  6/12/98, 63 FR 32126  (c)(133)(i)(B)(1);
                                     Emissions.                                              Citation changes
                                                                                             approved on 11/12/
                                                                                             02 (67 FR 68935) at
                                                                                             (c)(192).
2104.03...........................  Sulfur Oxide             7/10/03  7/21/04, 69 FR 43522  (c)(216)(i)(C).
                                     Emissions.
2104.05...........................  Materials Handling..    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2104.06...........................  Violations..........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2104.07...........................  Stack Heights.......    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                 Part E--Source Emission and Operating Standards
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2105.01...........................  Equivalent               7/10/03  6/24/05, 70 FR 36511
                                     Compliance
                                     Techniques.
2105.02...........................  Other Requirements      10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Not Affected.                     68935.
2105.03...........................  Operation and           10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Maintenance.                      68935.
2105.04...........................  Temporary Shutdown      10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     of Incineration                   68935.
                                     Equipment.
2105.06...........................  Major Sources of        10/20/95  10/7/02, 67 FR 62389  (c)(157).
                                     Nitrogen Oxides and
                                     Volatile Organic
                                     Compounds.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                             Subpart 1--VOC Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2105.10...........................  Surface Coating          5/24/10  12/28/10, 75 FR       Revision to
                                     Processes.                        81480.                Applicability,
                                                                                             section 2105.10(a).
2105.11...........................  Graphic Arts Systems    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2105.12...........................  Volatile Organic        10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Compound Storage                  68935.
                                     Tanks.
2105.13...........................  Gasoline Loading        10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Facilities.                       68935.
2105.14...........................  Gasoline Dispensing      7/10/05  1/17/08, 73 FR 3190.
                                     Facilities--Stage
                                     II Control.
2105.15...........................  Degreasing              10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Operations.                       68935.

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2105.16...........................  Cutback Asphalt         10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Paving.                           68935.
2105.17...........................  Ethylene Production     10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Processes.                        68935.
2105.19...........................  Synthetic Organic       10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Chemical & Polymer                68935.
                                     Manufacturing--Fugi
                                     tive Sources.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                             Subpart 2--Stag, Coke, and Miscellaneous Sulfur Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2105.20...........................  Slag Quenching......    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2105.21...........................  Coke Ovens and Coke       4/1/07  7/13/09, 74 FR 33329  Revision to
                                     Oven Gas.                                               paragraph 2105.21.f
                                                                                             (Combustion
                                                                                             Stacks).
                                                          ..........                        2. EPA approved
                                                                                             revisions effective
                                                                                             10/20/95 on 11/14/
                                                                                             02 (67 FR 68935) at
                                                                                             (c)(192).
2105.22...........................  Miscellaneous Sulfur    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Emitting Processes.               68935.
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                                 Subpart 3--Incineration and Combustion Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2105.30 (except paragraphs .b.3     Incinerators........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192); Section
 and .f).                                                              68935.                2105.30.f. is
                                                                                             federally
                                                                                             enforceable as part
                                                                                             of the applicable
                                                                                             section 111(d)
                                                                                             plan.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                    Subpart 4--Miscellaneous Fugitive Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2105.40...........................  Permit Source           10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Premises.                         68935.
2105.41...........................  Non-Permit Premises.    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2105.42...........................  Parking Lots and        10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Roadways.                         68935.
2105.43...........................  Permit Source           10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Transport.                        68935.
2105.44...........................  Non-Permit Source       10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Transport.                        68935.
2105.45...........................  Construction and        10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Land Clearing.                    68935.
2105.46...........................  Mining..............    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2105.47...........................  Demolition..........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2105.48...........................  Areas Subject to        10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Sections 2105.40                  68935.
                                     Through 2105.47.
2105.49.a, .b.....................  Fugitive Emissions..    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
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                              Subpart 5--Open Burning and Abrasive Blasting Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2105.50 (except paragraph .50.d)..  Open Burning........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
Article XX, Section 533...........  Abrasive Blasting...     10/9/86  10/19/87, 51 FR       (c)(69).
                                                                       38758.
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                                      Subpart 7--Miscellaneous VOC Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2105.70...........................  Petroleum Refineries    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2105.71...........................  Pharmaceutical          10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Products.                         68935.
2105.72...........................  Manufacturer of         10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Pneumatic Rubber                  68935.
                                     Tires.
2105.74...........................  Aerospace                7/10/03  6/24/05, 70 FR 36511
                                     Manufacturing and
                                     Rework.
2105.75...........................  Mobile Equipment         7/10/03  6/24/05, 70 FR 36511
                                     Repair and
                                     Refinishing.

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2105.76...........................  Wood Furniture           7/10/03  6/24/05, 70 FR 36511
                                     Manufacturing
                                     Operations.
2105.77...........................  Control of VOC           5/24/10  12/28/10, 75 FR       New Regulation.
                                     Emissions from                    81480
                                     Large Appliance and
                                     Metal Furniture
                                     Surface Coating
                                     Processes.
2105.78...........................  Control of VOC           5/24/10  12/28/10, 75 FR       New Regulation.
                                     Emissions from Flat               81480
                                     Wood Paneling
                                     Coating Processes.
2105.79...........................  Control of VOC           5/24/10  12/28/10, 75 FR       New Regulation.
                                     Emissions from                    81480
                                     Paper, Film, and
                                     Foil Surface
                                     Coating Processes.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 2105.88...................  Consumer Products...      4/3/12  11/29/12, 77 FR       New section is
                                                                       71115.                added.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                    Subpart 9--Transportation Related Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2105.90...........................  Gasoline Volatility.     5/15/98  4/17/01, 66 FR 19724  (c)(151).
                                                              9/1/99
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                             Subpart 10--NOX Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section 2105.101..................  Control of NOX            4/3/12  11/29/12, 77 FR       New subpart and
                                     Emissions from                    71117.                section are added.
                                     Glass Melting
                                     Furnaces.
                                         Part F--Air Pollution Episodes
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2106.01...........................  Air Pollution           10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Episode System.                   68935.
2106.02...........................  Air Pollution Source    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Curtailment Plans.                68935.
2106.03...........................  Episode Criteria....    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2106.04...........................  Episode Actions.....    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2106.05...........................  USX-Clairton Works       8/15/97  6/12/98, 63 FR 32126  (c)(133)(i)(B)(3).
                                     PM-10 Self Audit
                                     Emergency Action
                                     Plan.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                 Part G--Methods
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2107.01...........................  General.............    10/20/95  1/14/02, 67 FR 68935  (c)(192).
2107.02...........................  Particulate Matter..    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2107.03...........................  Sulfur Oxides.......    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2107.04 (except paragraph .04.h)..  Volatile Organic        10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Compounds.                        68935.
2107.05...........................  Nitrogen Oxides.....    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2107.06...........................  Incinerator             10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Temperatures.                     68935.
2107.07...........................  Coke Oven Emissions.    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2107.08...........................  Coke Oven Gas.......    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2107.10...........................  Sulfur Content of       10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Coke.                             68935.
2107.11...........................  Visible Emissions...      4/1/07  7/13/09, 74 FR 3329.
2107.15...........................  Gasoline Volatility      5/15/98  4/17/01, 66 FR 19724  (c)(151).
                                     and RFG.
2107.20.c, .g through .j, .m and    Ambient Measurements    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
 .n.                                                                   68935.
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                                     Part H--Reporting, Testing & Monitoring
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2108.01...........................  Reports Required....    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2108.01.a.........................  Termination of          10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Operation.                        68935.
2108.01.b.........................  Shutdown of Control     10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Equipment.                        68935.
2108.01.c.........................  Breakdowns..........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2108.01.d.........................  Cold Start..........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2108.01.e (Except paragraphs e.1.A  Emissions Inventory     10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
 &.B).                               Statements.                       68935.
2108.01.f.........................  Orders..............    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2108.01.g.........................  Violations..........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2108.02...........................  Emissions Testing...    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2108.03...........................  Continuous Emission       4/1/07  7/13/09, 74 FR 3329.  Revision to
                                     Monitoring.                                             paragraph 2108.03.f
                                                                                             (Violations).
2108.04...........................  Ambient Monitoring..    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
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                                               Part I--Enforcement
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
2109.01...........................  Inspections.........    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2109.02 (except paragraph.02.a.7).  Remedies............    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2109.03a. (introductory sentence),  Enforcement Orders..    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
 b. through f.                                                         68935.
2109.04...........................  Orders Establishing     10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     an Additional or                  68935.
                                     More Restrictive
                                     Standard.
2109.05...........................  Emergency Orders....    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2109.06 (Except paragraphs          Civil Proceedings...    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
 .06.a.2, .a.3, and .a.4).                                             68935.
2109.10...........................  Appeals.............    10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                                                       68935.
2109.20...........................  General Federal         10/20/95  11/14/02, 67 FR       (c)(192).
                                     Conformity.                       68935.
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                                  (3) EPA-Approved Philadelphia AMS Regulations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                               State                              Additional
          Rule citation                 Title/subject        effective   EPA approval date    explanation/ Sec.
                                                               date                            52.2063 citation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                          Title 3--Air Management Code
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Chapter 3-100....................  General Provisions.....    10/20/69  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Chapter 3-200 (Except Sec. 3-    Prohibited Conduct.....     10/4/76  6/4/79, 44 FR 31980  (c)(18).
 207(4)).
Chapter 3-300....................  Administrative              9/21/72  3/12/79, 44 FR       (c)(15).
                                    Provisions.                          13480.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                        Regulation I--General Provisions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section I........................  Definitions............     4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section II (Except portions of     Source Registration and      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
 paragraph II.B).                   Emission Reporting.
Section III......................  Testing and Test            4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Methods.                             10842.
Section IV.......................  Availability of             4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Technology.                          10842.
Section V........................  Improvement and Plan...     4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section VI.......................  Pre-existing                4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Regulations.                         10842.
Section VII......................  Circumvention..........     4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section VIII.....................  Severability...........     4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section IX.......................  Effective Date.........     4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section XI.D.....................  Compliance with Federal     3/27/86  1/23/89, 54 FR 3029  (c)(70).
                                    Regulations--Stack
                                    Height Regulations.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                         Regulation II--Air Contaminant and Particulate Matter Emissions
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section I........................  No Title [General           4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Provisions].                         10842.

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Section II.......................  Open Fires.............     4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section IV.......................  Visible Emissions......      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
Section V........................  Particulate Matter          8/27/81  4/16/82, 47 FR       (c)(43).
                                    Emissions from the                   16325.
                                    Burning of Fuels.
Section VI.......................  Selection of Fuel for       4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Particulate Matter                   10842.
                                    Emission Control.
Section VII......................  Particulate Matter          4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Emissions from                       10842.
                                    Chemical,
                                    Metallurgical,
                                    Mechanical and Other
                                    Processes.
Section VIII.....................  Fugitive Dust..........     4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Table 1..........................  No Title [Allowable         4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Process Weight                       10842.
                                    Emissions].
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                     Regulation III--The Control of Emissions of Oxides and Sulfur Compounds
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section I........................  No Title [General           4/29/70  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Provisions].                         10842.
Section II.......................  Control of Emission of      5/10/80  9/17/81, 46 FR       (c)(37).
                                    Sulfur Compounds.                    46133.
Section III......................  Control of Sulfur in        8/27/81  4/16/82, 47 FR       (c)(43).
                                    Fuels.                               16325.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
           Regulation IV--Governing Air Pollution Control Measures During High Air Pollution Episodes
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section I........................  Definitions............      2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section II.......................  Declaration of               2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Conditions.                          10842.
Section III......................  Termination of               2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Conditions.                          10842.
Section IV.......................  Alert and Notification       2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    System by the Health                 10842.
                                    Commissioner and the
                                    Emergency Coordinator.
Section V........................  Advance Preparation for      2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1)
                                    High Air Pollution                   10842.
                                    Episodes.
Section VI.......................  Actions and                  2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Restrictions.                        10842.
Section VII......................  Severability...........      2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section VIII.....................  Effective Date.........      2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Table I..........................  Minimum Abatement            2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Strategies for                       10842.
                                    Emission Reduction
                                    Plans--Stage I
                                    Condition.
Table II.........................  Minimum Abatement            2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Strategies for                       10842.
                                    Emission Reduction
                                    Plans--Stage II
                                    Condition.
Table III........................  Minimum Abatement            2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Strategies for                       10842.
                                    Emission Reduction
                                    Plans--Emergency
                                    Condition.
Table IV.........................  Emergency Business and       2/5/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Establishment List.                  10842.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Regulation V--Control of Emissions of Organic Substances From Stationary Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section I (Except for definitions  Definitions............    11/28/86  6/16/93, 58 FR       (c)(83).
 related to paragraphs V.C.&                                             33200.
 V.D.).
Section I........................  Definitions............     5/23/88  4/6/93, 48 FR 17778  (c)(78).
Section II.......................  Storage Tanks..........     7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section III......................  Oil-Effluent Water          7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Separator.                           10842.
Section IV.......................  Pumps and Compressors..     7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section V (Except paragraphs V.C   Organic Material            7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
 and V.D).                          Loading.                             10842.
Section VI.......................  Solvents...............     7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section VII......................  Processing of               7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                    Photochemically                      10842.
                                    Reactive Materials.
Section VIII.....................  Architectural Coatings.     7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section IX.......................  Disposal of Solvents...     7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                                         10842.
Section X........................  Compliance with            11/28/86  6/16/93, 58 FR       (c)(82).
                                    Pennsylvania Standards               33192.
                                    for Volatile Organic
                                    Compounds (VOC).
Section XI.......................  Petroleum Solvent Dry      11/28/86  4/12/93, 58 FR       (c)(77).
                                    Cleaning.                            19066.
Section XII......................  Pharmaceutical Tablet      11/28/86  6/16/93, 58 FR       (c)(83).
                                    Coating.                             33200.
Section XIII.....................  Process Equipment Leaks     5/23/98  4/6/93, 58 FR 17778  (c)(78).

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Section XXII.....................  Circumvention..........     7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                            recodified   10842.
                                                               5/23/88
Section XXIII....................  Severability...........     7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                            recodified   10842.
                                                               5/23/88
Section XXIV.....................  Effective Date.........     7/10/71  5/31/72, 37 FR       (c)(1).
                                                            recodified   10842.
                                                               5/23/88
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                 Regulation VII--Control of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides From Stationary Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section I........................  Definitions............      7/1/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section II.......................  Fuel Burning Equipment.    11/20/85  1/14/87, 52 FR 1456  (c)(65).
Section III......................  Nitric Acid Plants.....      7/1/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section IV.......................  Emissions Monitoring...      7/1/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section V........................  Circumvention..........      7/1/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section VI.......................  Severability...........      7/1/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section VII......................  Effective Date.........      7/1/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Regulation VIII--Control of Emissions of Carbon Monoxide From Stationary Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section I........................  Definitions............     8/20/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section II.......................  General................     8/20/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section III......................  Emissions Monitoring...     8/20/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section IV.......................  Circumvention..........     8/20/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section V........................  Severability...........     8/20/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
Section VI.......................  Effective Date.........     8/20/72  5/14/73, 38 FR       (c)(7).
                                                                         12696.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                              Regulation XI--Control of Emissions From Incinerators
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section I........................  Definitions............      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
Section II.......................  General Provisions.....      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
Section III (Except paragraph      Emissions Limitations..      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
 III.E. (odors)).
Section IV.......................  Design.................      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
Section V........................  Operation..............      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
Section VI.......................  Permits and Licenses...      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
Section VII......................  Circumvention..........      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
Section VIII.....................  Severability...........      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
Section IX.......................  Effective Date.........      5/4/74  9/9/75, 40 FR 41787  (c)(12).
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
               Regulation XIII--Construction, Modification, Reactivation and Operation of Sources
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Section I........................  Introduction...........    10/30/95  3/28/03, 68 FR       (c)(203).
                                                                         15059.
Section II.......................  Program Adoption.......    10/30/95  3/28/03, 68 FR       (c)(203).
                                                                         15059.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (d) EPA-approved source-specific requirements

    (1) EPA-Approved Source-Specific Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) Requirements for Volatile
                              Organic Compounds (VOC) and Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                   Additional
                                                                        State         EPA      explanation/ Sec.
         Name of source              Permit No.          County       effective     approval         52.2063
                                                                         date         date          citation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                    For exceptions, see the applicable paragraphs in 40 CFR Sec. 52.2063(c)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ARCO Chemical Company..........         04-313-052           Beaver      12/9/86  5/16/90, 55           (c)(71).
                                                                                     FR 20267
IMC Chemical Group.............         39-313-014           Lehigh     12/10/86  5/16/90, 55           (c)(72).
                                                                                     FR 20267
Aristech Chemical Corp.........        86-I-0024-P        Allegheny      8/28/86  6/16/93, 58           (c)(80).
                                                                          3/3/87     FR 33197
The Knoll Group................        46-326-001A       Montgomery      3/24/93    10/19/93,           (c)(87).
                                                                                  58 FR 53885
ESSROC Materials...............        PA-48-0004A      Northampton     12/20/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(1).
                                                                                  60 FR 40292

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Pennsylvania Power and Light            PA-67-2005             York     12/22/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(2).
 Co. (PP&L)--Brunner Island....                                                   60 FR 40292
PPG Industries, Inc.--South             OP-21-2002       Cumberland     12/22/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(3).
 Middleton.....................                                                   60 FR 40292
Stroehmann Bakeries--Dauphin            PA-22-2003          Dauphin     12/22/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(4).
 County........................                                                   60 FR 40292
General Electric Transportation          OP-25-025             Erie     12/21/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(5).
 Systems--Erie.................                                                   60 FR 40292
J. E. Baker Co. (Refractories)--        OP-67-2001             York     12/22/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(6).
 York..........................                                                   60 FR 40292
Lafarge Corp...................         OP-39-0011           Lehigh     12/23/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(7).
                                                                                  60 FR 40292
Lafarge Corp...................        PA-39-0011A           Lehigh     12/23/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(7).
                                                                                  60 FR 40292
West Penn Power--Armstrong.....      PA-03-000-023        Armstrong     12/29/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(8).
                                                                                  60 FR 40292
West Penn Power--Armstrong.....      PA-03-306-004        Armstrong      3/28/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(8).
                                                                                  60 FR 40292
West Penn Power--Armstrong.....      PA-03-306-006        Armstrong     11/22/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(8).
                                                                                  60 FR 40292
Plain and Fancy Kitchens, Inc..     PA-38-318-019C          Lebanon     12/23/94    08/08/95,  (c)(98)(i)(B)(9).
                                                                                  60 FR 40292
Stroehmann Bakeries--Bradford           PA-08-0001         Bradford       2/9/95    08/10/95,    (c)(101)(i)(B).
 County........................                                                   60 FR 40758
Stroehmann Bakeries--Bradford          OP-08-0001A         Bradford       2/9/95    08/10/95,    (c)(101)(i)(B).
 County........................                                                   60 FR 40758
Stroehmann Bakeries--Lycoming           PA-41-0001         Lycoming       2/9/95    08/10/95,    (c)(101)(i)(B).
 County........................                                                   60 FR 40758
Stroehmann Bakeries--Lycoming          OP-41-0001A         Lycoming       2/9/95    08/10/95,    (c)(101)(i)(B).
 County........................                                                   60 FR 40758
Philadelphia Electric Co.               OP-23-0017         Delaware     12/28/94    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(1)
 (PECO)--Eddystone.............                                                   60 FR 46768                  .
Philadelphia Electric Co.               PA-23-0017         Delaware     12/28/94    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(1)
 (PECO)--Eddystone.............                                                   60 FR 46768                  .
Gilberton Power Co.--John Rich          OP-54-0004       Schuylkill     12/20/94    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(2)
 Memorial......................                                                   60 FR 46768                  .
Bethlehem Steel--Coke and               OP-48-0013      Northampton     12/20/94    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(3)
 Chemical Production...........                                                   60 FR 46768                  .
Bethlehem Steel--Foundry.......         OP-48-0014      Northampton     12/20/94    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  60 FR 46768                  .
Bethlehem Steel--Structural             OP-48-0010      Northampton     12/20/94    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(3)
 Products......................                                                   60 FR 46768                  .
Bethlehem Steel--Forging.......         OP-48-0015      Northampton     12/20/94    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  60 FR 46768                  .
Westwood Energy Properties,            OP-54-000-6       Schuylkill     12/27/94    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(4)
 Inc. (CRS Sirrine, Inc.)......                                                   60 FR 46768                  .
PECO Energy Co.--Front Street..         OP-46-0045       Montgomery      3/31/95    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  60 FR 46768                  .
Crawford Furniture                       OP-16-021          Clarion      3/27/95    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(6)
 Manufacturing Corp.--Clarion                                                     60 FR 46768                  .
 County........................
Schuylkill Energy Resources....         OP-54-0003       Schuylkill      5/19/95    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(7)
                                                                                  60 FR 46768                  .

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Columbia Gas Transmission               OP-52-0001             Pike      4/21/95    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(9)
 Corp.--Milford Compressor                                                        60 FR 46768                  .
 Station.......................
Texas Eastern Transmission              OP-31-2003       Huntingdon      5/16/95    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(10
 Corp.--Entriken Compressor                                                       60 FR 46768                 ).
 Station.......................
Columbia Gas Transmission               OP-28-2003         Franklin      4/21/95    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(11
 Corp.--Greencastle Compressor                                                    60 FR 46768                 ).
 Station.......................
Lord Corporation--Aerospace Div          OP-25-095             Erie      3/30/95    09/08/95,  (c)(102)(i)(B)(12
                                                                                  60 FR 46768                 ).
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Co.              PA-53-0001           Potter     11/27/95    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(1)
 (TENNECO)--Station 313........         OP-53-0001                                61 FR 15709                  .
                                        CP-53-0001
Corning Asahi Video Products--          OP-14-0003           Centre     12/27/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(2)
 State College.................                                                   61 FR 15709                  .
Corning Asahi Video Products--      OP-14-309-009C           Centre       5/5/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(2)
 State College.................                                                   61 FR 15709                  .
Corning Asahi Video Products--      OP-14-309-010A           Centre      8/18/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(2)
 State College.................                                                   61 FR 15709                  .
Corning Asahi Video Products--      OP-14-309-037A           Centre       5/5/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(2)
 State College.................                                                   61 FR 15709                  .
Columbia Gas Transmission               OP-48-0001      Northampton      5/19/95    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(3)
 Corp.--Easton Compressor              PA-48-0001A                                61 FR 15709                  .
 Station.......................
Texas Eastern Transmission              OP-05-2007          Bedford      5/16/95    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(4)
 Corp.--Bedford Compressor                                                        61 FR 15709                  .
 Station.......................
Texas Eastern Transmission              PA-36-2025        Lancaster      5/16/95    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(5)
 Corp.--Marietta Compressor                                                       61 FR 15709                  .
 Station.......................
Hercules Cement Co.............         OP-48-0005      Northampton     12/23/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(6)
                                       PA-48-0005A                                61 FR 15709                  .
ESSROC (formerly Lone Star              OP-48-0007      Northampton     12/29/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(7)
 Industries, Inc.).............                                                   61 FR 15709                  .
Pennsylvania Power and Light            OP-47-0001          Montour     12/27/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(8)
 Co. (PP&L)--Montour...........        PA-47-0001A                                61 FR 15709                  .
Pennsylvania Electric Co.               PA-17-0001       Clearfield     12/27/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(9)
 (PENELEC)--Shawville..........                                                   61 FR 15709                  .
Zinc Corp. of America--Potter        OP-04-000-044           Beaver     12/29/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(10
 Twp...........................                                                   61 FR 15709                 ).
The Proctor and Gamble Paper            OP-66-0001          Wyoming     12/20/94    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(11
 Products Company Mehoopany....        PA-66-0001A                                61 FR 15709                 ).
Columbia Gas Transmission                OP-25-892             Erie      4/11/95    04/09/96,  (c)(103)(i)(B)(12
 Corp.--Union City Compressor                                                     61 FR 15709                 ).
 Station.......................
James River Corp.--Chambersburg         OP-28-2006         Franklin      6/14/95    02/12/96,  (c)(104)(i)(C)(1)
                                                                                  61 FR 05303                  .
Appleton Papers, Inc.--                 OP-21-2004       Cumberland      5/24/95    02/12/96,  (c)(104)(i)(C)(2)
 Harrisburg....................                                                   61 FR 05303                  .
Air Products and Chemicals,             OP-39-0008           Lehigh      5/25/95    02/12/96,  (c)(104)(i)(C)(3)
 Inc.--Corporate R & D.........                                                   61 FR 05303                  .
Elf Atochem North America,              OP-46-0022       Montgomery      6/27/95    02/12/96,  (c)(104)(i)(C)(4)
 Inc.--King of Prussia.........                                                   61 FR 05303                  .

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York City Sewer Authority               OP-67-2013             York       3/1/95    02/12/96,  (c)(104)(i)(C)(5)
 (Wastewater Treatment Plant)..                                                   61 FR 05303                  .
Glasgow, Inc.--Ivy Rock........         OP-46-0043       Montgomery       6/7/95    02/12/96,  (c)(104)(i)(C)(6)
                                                                                  61 FR 05303                  .
Glasgow, Inc.--Spring House....         OP-46-0029       Montgomery       6/7/95    02/12/96,  (c)(104)(i)(C)(7)
                                                                                  61 FR 05303                  .
Glasgow, Inc.--Catanach........         OP-15-0021          Chester       6/7/95    02/12/96,  (c)(104)(i)(C)(8)
                                                                                  61 FR 05303                  .
Glasgow, Inc.--Freeborn........         OP-23-0026         Delaware       6/7/95    02/12/96,  (c)(104)(i)(C)(9)
                                                                                  61 FR 05303                  .
UGI Utilities--Hunlock Creek...         OP-40-0005          Luzerne     12/20/94    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(1)
                                       PA-40-0005A                                61 FR 24706                  .
Solar Turbines, Inc. (York              PA-67-2009             York      8/17/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(2)
 Cogeneration Facility)........                                                   61 FR 24706                  .
Solar Turbines, Inc. (York              CP-67-2009             York      8/17/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(2)
 Cogeneration Facility)........                                                   61 FR 24706                  .
Columbia Gas Transmission               OP-18-0001          Clinton      7/18/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(3)
 Corp.--Renovo Compressor               PA-18-0001                                61 FR 24706                  .
 Station.......................
National Fuel Gas Supply Corp.--        OP-53-0007           Potter      7/17/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(4)
 East Fork Compressor Station..        PA-53-0007A                                61 FR 24706                  .
York County Solid Waste &               PA-67-2006             York      8/25/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(5)
 Refuse Authority (Y.C.R.R.C.).                                                   61 FR 24706                  .
W. R. Grace and Co.--FORMPAC            PA-06-1036            Berks      5/12/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(6)
 Div...........................                                                   61 FR 24706                  .
W. R. Grace and Co.--Reading         PA-06-315-001            Berks       6/4/92    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(6)
 Plant.........................                                                   61 FR 24706                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--Cherry       PA-32-000-303          Indiana       7/5/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(7)
 Tree Sta......................                                                   61 FR 24706                  .
EPC Power Corp. of Bethlehem            OP-23-0007         Delaware       6/8/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(8)
 (Crozer Chester CoGen)........                                                   61 FR 24706                  .
C-P Converters, Inc.--York.....         OP-67-2030             York      8/30/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(9)
                                                                                  61 FR 24706                  .
Fisher Scientific Co.                OP-32-000-100          Indiana      7/18/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(10
 International--Indiana........                                                   61 FR 24706                 ).
Adelphi Kitchens, Inc.--                OP-06-1001            Berks       4/4/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(11
 Robesonia Factory.............                                                   61 FR 24706                 ).
Birchcraft Kitchens, Inc.--             OP-06-1005            Berks       4/4/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(12
 Reading Factory...............                                                   61 FR 24706                 ).
Glasgow, Inc.--Bridgeport               OP-46-0044       Montgomery       6/7/95    05/16/96,  (c)(108)(i)(B)(13
 Asphalt Plant.................                                                   61 FR 24706                 ).
Caparo Steel Co.--Farrell......          OP-43-285           Mercer      11/3/95    12/20/96,  (c)(113)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  61 FR 67229      ; 52.2037(g).
Sharon Steel Corp.--Farrell....          OP-43-017           Mercer      11/3/95    12/20/96,  (c)(113)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  61 FR 67229      ; 52.2036(f);
                                                                                                     52.2037(e).
DMi Furniture, Inc.--Timely             OP-01-2001            Adams      6/13/95    03/12/97,  (c)(114)(i)(B)(1)
 Plant 7 (Gettysburg).                                                   62 FR 11079                  .
R. R. Donnelley and Sons Co.--          OP-36-2026        Lancaster      7/14/95    03/12/97,  (c)(114)(i)(B)(2)
 Lancaster West Plant..........                                                   62 FR 11079                  .
International Paper Company--           OP-18-0005          Clinton     12/27/94    01/29/97,    (c)(115)(i)(B).
 Hammermill Papers Division....                                                   62 FR 04167

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Lucent Technology (formerly             PA-06-1003            Berks      6/26/95    04/18/97,  (c)(117)(i)(B)(1)
 AT&T Corp.)--Reading..........                                                   62 FR 19051                  .
Garden State Tanning, Inc.--            PA-06-1014            Berks      6/21/95    04/18/97,  (c)(117)(i)(B)(2)
 Fleetwood Plant...............                                                   62 FR 19051                  .
Glidden Co., The--Reading......         OP-06-1035            Berks      2/15/96    04/18/97,  (c)(117)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  62 FR 19051                  .
Maier's Bakery--Reading Plant..         PA-06-1023            Berks      9/20/95    04/18/97,  (c)(118)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  62 FR 19047                  .
Morgan Corp.--Morgantown Plant.         OP-06-1025            Berks      8/31/95    04/18/97,  (c)(118)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  62 FR 19047                  .
Allentown Cement Co., Inc.--            PA-06-1002            Berks     10/11/95    04/18/97,  (c)(118)(i)(B)(3)
 Evansville Plant..............                                                   62 FR 19047                  .
Quaker Maid (Schrock Cabinet            OP-06-1028            Berks     10/27/95    04/18/97,  (c)(118)(i)(B)(4)
 Group)--Leesport..............                                                   62 FR 19047                  .
Brentwood Industries, Inc.--            PA-06-1006            Berks      2/12/96    04/18/97,  (c)(118)(i)(B)(5)
 Reading Plant.................                                                   62 FR 19047                  .
Metropolitan Edison Co.                 PA-06-1024            Berks       3/9/95    04/18/97,  (c)(118)(i)(B)(6)
 (MetEd)--Titus Station........                                                   62 FR 19047                  .
ICI Fluoropolymers--Downingtown         PA-15-0009          Chester      10/3/95    04/18/97,  (c)(118)(i)(B)(7)
                                        CP-15-0009                                62 FR 19047                  .
Synthetic Thread Co., Inc.--           PA-39-0007A           Lehigh      8/10/95    04/18/97,  (c)(118)(i)(B)(8)
 Bethlehem.....................                                                   62 FR 19047                  .
Bird-in-Hand Woodwork, Inc.             OP-36-2022        Lancaster      9/27/95    04/18/97,  (c)(118)(i)(B)(9)
 (Childcraft Education Corp.)..                                                   62 FR 19047                  .
Heinz Pet Products--Bloomsburg.         OP-19-0003         Columbia     11/27/95    08/21/97,  (c)(119)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  62 FR 44413                  .
Graco Children's Products,              OP-15-0006          Chester     11/30/95    08/21/97,  (c)(119)(i)(B)(2)
 Inc.--Elverson................                                                   62 FR 44413                  .
Texas Eastern Transmission              OP-06-1033            Berks      1/31/97    04/18/97,  (c)(120)(i)(B)(1)
 Corp.--Bernville..............                                                   62 FR 19049                  .
Texas Eastern Transmission              OP-06-1034            Berks      1/31/97    04/18/97,  (c)(120)(i)(B)(2)
 Corp.--Bechtelsville..........                                                   62 FR 19049                  .
Carpenter Technology Corp.--            OP-06-1007            Berks      9/27/96    04/18/97,  (c)(120)(i)(B)(3)
 Reading Plant.................                                                   62 FR 19049         , (ii)(B).
North American Fluoropolymers      06-1026, CP-06-            Berks      4/19/95    04/18/97,  (c)(120)(i)(B)(4)
 Co. (NAFCO)...................               1026                        6/1/95  62 FR 19049         , (ii)(B).
CNG Transmission Corp.--               PA-53-0004A           Potter      2/29/96    06/11/97,  (c)(121)(i)(B)(1)
 Ellisburg Compressor Station..                                                   62 FR 31732                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--                OP-53-0004           Potter      2/29/96    06/11/97,  (c)(121)(i)(B)(1)
 Ellisburg Compressor Station..                                                   62 FR 31732                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--               CP-53-0004A           Potter      2/29/96    06/11/97,  (c)(121)(i)(B)(1)
 Ellisburg Compressor Station..                                                   62 FR 31732                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--               PA-53-0003A           Potter     12/18/95    06/11/97,  (c)(121)(i)(B)(2)
 Greenlick Compressor Station..                                                   62 FR 31732                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--               CP-53-0003A           Potter     12/18/95    06/11/97,  (c)(121)(i)(B)(2)
 Greenlick Station.............                                                   62 FR 31732                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--                OP-53-0003           Potter      2/18/95    06/11/97,  (c)(121)(i)(B)(2)
 Greenlick Compressor Station..                                                   62 FR 31732                  .

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CNG Transmission Corp.--Crayne          30-000-089           Greene      2/22/95    06/11/97,  (c)(121)(i)(B)(3)
 Station.......................                                                   62 FR 31732                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--State           OP-53-0008           Potter      1/10/96    06/11/97,  (c)(121)(i)(B)(4)
 Line Station..................                                                   62 FR 31732                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--Big Run          PA-33-147        Jefferson      6/27/95    06/11/97,  (c)(121)(i)(B)(5)
 Station.......................                                                   62 FR 31732                  .
Medusa Cement Company..........          OP-37-013         Lawrence      7/27/95    06/03/97,  (c)(122)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  62 FR 30250                  .
Keystone Cement Co.............         OP-48-0003      Northampton      5/25/95    06/03/97,  (c)(122)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  62 FR 30250                  .
Lehigh Portland Cement Company.         OP-67-2024             York      5/26/95    06/03/97,  (c)(122)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  62 FR 30250                  .
Mercer Lime and Stone Company..          OP-10-023           Butler      5/31/95    06/03/97,  (c)(122)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  62 FR 30250                  .
Con-Lime, Inc..................         OP-14-0001           Centre      6/30/95    06/03/97,  (c)(122)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  62 FR 30250                  .
Pennzoil Products Co.--                  PA-61-016          Venango       9/8/95    06/11/97,    (c)(124)(i)(B).
 Rouseville....................                                                   62 FR 31738
R. R. Donnelley & Sons Co.--            OP-36-2027        Lancaster      7/14/95    07/21/97,    (c)(125)(i)(B);
 Lancaster East Plant..........                                                   62 FR 33891          52.2036j.
Panther Creek Partners.........         OP-13-0003           Carbon      12/2/96    09/29/97,    (c)(128)(i)(B).
                                                                                  62 FR 50871
Allegro Microsystems, W.G.,             OP-46-0006       Montgomery     12/19/97    03/09/98,  (c)(130)(i)(B)(1)
 Inc.--Willow Grove............                                                   63 FR 11370                  .
Hale Products, Inc.--                   OP-46-0057       Montgomery     11/21/97    03/09/98,  (c)(130)(i)(B)(2)
 Conshohocken..................                                                   63 FR 11370                  .
Con-Lime, Inc.--Bellefonte.....         OP-14-0001           Centre       1/7/98    03/09/98,  (c)(130)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  63 FR 11370                  .
Coastal Aluminum Rolling Mills,         OP-41-0007         Lycoming     11/21/97    03/09/98,  (c)(130)(i)(B)(4)
 Inc.--Williamsport............                                                   63 FR 11370                  .
ABP/International Envelope Co..         OP-15-0023          Chester      11/2/95    03/09/98,  (c)(130)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  63 FR 11370                  .
Brown Printing Company.........         CP-46-0018       Montgomery      9/26/96    03/09/98,  (c)(130)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                        10/27/97  63 FR 11370                  .
Fibre-Metal Products Company...         OP-23-0025         Delaware      2/20/98    06/29/98,  (c)(132)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  63 FR 35145                  .
Finnaren & Haley, Inc..........         OP-46-0070       Montgomery       3/5/98    06/29/98,  (c)(132)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  63 FR 35145                  .
Fres-co System USA, Inc........         OP-09-0027            Bucks       3/5/98    06/29/98,  (c)(132)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  63 FR 35145                  .
Graphic Packaging Corporation..         OP-15-0013          Chester      2/28/98    06/29/98,  (c)(132)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  63 FR 35145                  .
Montour Oil Service Company, a          OP-41-0013         Lycoming      3/19/98    06/29/98,  (c)(132)(i)(B)(5)
 division of Sun Company, Inc..                                                   63 FR 35145                  .
Atlantic Refining and Marketing         OP-49-0015      Northampton      3/19/98    06/29/98,  (c)(132)(i)(B)(6)
 Corp. (Sun Co., Inc. (R&M))...                                                   63 FR 35145                  .
Transwall Corporation..........         OP-15-0025          Chester      3/10/98    06/29/98,  (c)(132)(i)(B)(7)
                                                                                  63 FR 35145                  .
Tavo Packaging (formerly Mead           OP-09-0008            Bucks      11/8/95    06/29/98,  (c)(132)(i)(B)(8)
 Packaging Company)............                                                   63 FR 35145                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--               PA-53-0005A           Potter      4/16/96    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(1)
 Harrison Compressor Station...                                                   63 FR 54050                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--                OP-53-0005           Potter      4/16/96    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(1)
 Harrison Compressor Station...                                                   63 FR 54050                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--               CP-53-0005A           Potter      4/16/96    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(1)
 Harrison Station..............                                                   63 FR 54050                  .

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CNG Transmission Corp.--Leidy          PA-18-0004A          Clinton      3/25/96    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(2)
 Station.......................                                                   63 FR 54050                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--Leidy           OP-18-0004          Clinton      2/29/96    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(2)
 Compressor Station............                                                   63 FR 54050                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--Leidy          CP-18-0004A          Clinton      3/25/96    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(2)
 Station.......................                                                   63 FR 54050                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--               PA-59-0002A            Tioga     12/18/95    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(3)
 Sabinsville Compressor Station                                                   63 FR 54050                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--                OP-59-0002            Tioga     12/18/95    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(3)
 Sabinsville Compressor Station                                                   63 FR 54050                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--               CP-59-0002A            Tioga     12/18/95    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(3)
 Sabinsville Station...........                                                   63 FR 54050                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--Tioga           OP-59-0006            Tioga      1/16/96    10/08/98,  (c)(134)(i)(B)(4)
 Station.......................                                                   63 FR 54050                  .
Eldorado Properties Corp.--             OP-49-0016   Northumberland       5/1/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(1)
 Northumberland Terminal.......                                                   63 FR 59884                  .
Endura Products, Inc...........         OP-09-0028            Bucks      5/13/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  63 FR 59884                  .
Ford Electronics &                      OP-46-0036       Montgomery      4/30/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(3)
 Refrigeration Company.........                                                   63 FR 59884                  .
H & N Packaging, Inc. (formerly         OP-09-0038            Bucks       6/8/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(4)
 Paramount Packaging Corp.)....                                                   63 FR 59884                  .
Lancaster County Solid Waste              36-02013        Lancaster       6/3/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(5)
 Management Authority..........                                                   63 FR 59884                  .
Monsey Products Co.--Kimberton.         OP-15-0031          Chester       6/4/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                                  63 FR 59884                  .
Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical--           OP-46-0027       Montgomery       6/4/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(7)
 Spring House..................                                                   63 FR 59884                  .
Piccari Press, Inc.............         OP-09-0040            Bucks      4/29/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(8)
                                                                                  63 FR 59884                  .
Pierce and Stevens Corp.--              OP-15-0011          Chester      3/27/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(9)
 Kimberton.....................                                                   63 FR 59884                  .
PQ Corporation--Chester........         OP-23-0016         Delaware      6/16/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(10
                                                                                  63 FR 59884                 ).
Reynolds Metals Company                 OP-15-0004          Chester       5/8/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(11
 Downington....................                                                   63 FR 59884                 ).
Rhone-Poulenc Rorer                    OP-46-0048B       Montgomery       4/2/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(12
 Pharmaceutical, Inc...........                                                   63 FR 59884                 ).
Superior Tube Company..........         OP-46-0020       Montgomery      4/17/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(13
                                                                                  63 FR 59884                 ).
Uniform Tubes Inc..............        OP-46-0046A       Montgomery      3/26/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(14
                                                                                  63 FR 59884                 ).
U.S. Air Force--Willow Grove            OP-46-0072       Montgomery       5/1/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(15
 Air Reserve Station...........                                                   63 FR 59884                 ).
Naval Air Station, Joint                OP-46-0079       Montgomery       5/4/98    11/06/98,  (c)(136)(i)(B)(16
 Reserve Base--Willow Grove....                                                   63 FR 59884                 ).
Columbia Gas Transmission                  05-2006          Bedford      4/19/95    12/03/98,  (c)(137)(i)B)(1).
 Corp.--Artemas Compressor                                                        63 FR 66755
 Station.......................
Columbia Gas Transmission               63-000-631       Washington      7/10/95    12/03/98,  (c)(137)(i)B)(2).
 Corp.--Donegal Compressor                                                        63 FR 66755
 Station.......................

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Columbia Gas Transmission                  01-2003            Adams      4/21/95    12/03/98,  (c)(137)(i)B)(3).
 Corp.--Gettysburg Compressor                                                     63 FR 66755
 Station.......................
Columbia Gas Transmission               OP-15-0022          Chester       2/1/96    12/03/98,  (c)(137)(i)B)(4).
 Corp.--Eagle Compressor                                                          63 FR 66755
 Station.......................
Columbia Gas Transmission               CP-15-0020          Chester      9/15/95    12/03/98,  (c)(137)(i)B)(5).
 Corp.--Downingtown............                                                   63 FR 66755
GKN Sinter Metals, Inc.........         OP-12-0002          Cameron     10/30/98    04/16/99,  (c)(138)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  64 FR 18821                  .
Cabinet Industries, Inc.--Water         OP-47-0005          Montour      9/21/98    04/16/99,  (c)(138)(i)(B)(2)
 Street Plant..................                                                   64 FR 18821                  .
Springs Window Fashions                 OP-41-0014         Lycoming      9/29/98    04/16/99,  (c)(138)(i)(B)(3)
 Division, Inc.................                                                   64 FR 18821                  .
Centennial Printing Corp.......         OP-46-0068       Montgomery     10/31/96    04/16/99,  (c)(138)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                         5/11/98  64 FR 18821                  .
Strick Corp.--Danville.........         OP-47-0002          Montour      8/28/96    04/16/99,  (c)(138)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  64 FR 18821                  .
Handy and Harmon Tube Co.--             OP-46-0016       Montgomery      9/25/95    04/16/99,  (c)(138)(i)(B)(6)
 Norristown....................                                                   64 FR 18821                  .
Boeing Defense & Space Group--          CP-23-0009         Delaware       9/3/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(1)
 Helicopters Div...............                                                   65 FR 78418                  .
Delaware County Regional                OP-23-0032         Delaware      3/12/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(2)
 Authority's Western Regional                                            5/16/97  65 FR 78418                  .
 Treatment Plant (DELCORA WRTP)
Delbar Products, Inc.--Perkasie         OP-09-0025            Bucks       2/1/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                  .
Department of Public Welfare            OP-46-0060       Montgomery      1/21/98    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(4)
 (NSH)--Norristown.............                                                   65 FR 78418                  .
Dopaco, Inc.--Downingtown......         CP-15-0029          Chester       3/6/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                  .
Garlock, Inc. (Plastomer                PA-09-0035            Bucks      3/12/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(6)
 Products).....................                                                   65 FR 78418                  .
Interstate Brands Corporation      PLID (51-) 5811     Philadelphia      4/10/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(7)
 (formerly, Continental Baking                                                    65 FR 78418                  .
 Company)......................
J. B. Slevin Company Inc.--             OP-23-0013         Delaware       9/3/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(8)
 Lansdowne.....................                                                   65 FR 78418                  .
Laclede Steel Co.--Fairless             OP-09-0023            Bucks      7/17/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(9)
 Hills.........................                                                   65 FR 78418                  .
LNP Engineering Plastics, Inc.--        OP-15-0035          Chester     10/31/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(10
 Thorndale.....................                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Lukens Steel Co.--Coatesville..         OP-15-0010          Chester       5/6/99    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(11
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
Nabisco Biscuit Co.............    PLID (51-) 3201     Philadelphia      4/10/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(12
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
PECO Energy Co.--Croydon               OP-09-0016A            Bucks     12/20/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(13
 Generating Station............                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
PECO Energy Co.--Limerick               OP-46-0038       Montgomery      7/25/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(14
 Generating Station............                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
PECO Energy Co.--USX Fairless           OP-09-0066            Bucks     12/31/98    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(15
 Works Powerhouse..............                                           4/6/99  65 FR 78418                 ).
PECO Energy Co.--West                  OP-46-0045A       Montgomery      12/4/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(16
 Conshohocken Plant............                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).

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Pennsylvania Electric Co.--                25-0041             Erie      2/25/99    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(17
 Front Street Station..........                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
American Inks and Coatings             OP-15-0026A          Chester      1/10/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(18
 Corp.--Valley Forge...........                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Avery Dennison Co. (Fasson Roll        OP-09-0001A            Bucks      10/2/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(19
 Division)--Quakertown.........                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Cabot Performance Materials--           OP-46-0037       Montgomery      4/13/99    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(20
 Boyertown.....................                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Cleveland Steel Container               OP-09-0022            Bucks      9/30/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(21
 Corp.--Quakertown.............                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
CMS Gilbreth Packaging Systems--        OP-09-0036            Bucks       1/7/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(22
 Bristol.......................                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
CMS Gilbreth Packaging Systems--        OP-09-0037            Bucks      4/10/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(23
 Bensalem......................                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Congoleum Corp.--Marcus Hook...         OP-23-0021         Delaware     12/31/98    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(24
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
Epsilon Products Co.--Marcus            OP-23-0012         Delaware      2/15/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(25
 Hook..........................                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Foamex International, Inc.--           OP-23-0006A         Delaware      3/30/99    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(26
 Eddystone.....................                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Forms, Inc., Spectra Graphics--         OP-46-0023       Montgomery      11/9/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(27
 Willow Grove..................                                          3/25/98   65 FR78418                 ).
Global Packaging, Inc.                  OP-46-0026       Montgomery      8/30/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(28
 (formerly BG Packaging)--Oaks.                                         12/24/97   65 FR78418                 ).
Jefferson Smurfit Corp.                 OP-46-0041       Montgomery      4/18/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(29
 (Container Corp. of Amer.)--                                                      65 FR78418                 ).
 Oaks..........................
Jefferson Smurfit Corp.                 OP-46-0062       Montgomery      7/15/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(30
 (Container Corp. of Amer.)--                                                     65 FR 78418                 ).
 North Wales...................
Lonza, Inc.--Conshohocken......         OP-46-0025       Montgomery      4/22/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(31
                                                                         6/16/98  65 FR 78418                 ).
Markel Corporation.............         OP-46-0081       Montgomery       4/9/99    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(32
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
McCorquodale Security Cards,            OP-15-0037          Chester       9/3/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(33
 Inc.--West Whiteland..........                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Mike-Rich, Inc. (MRI)--Newtown.         OP-09-0021            Bucks     12/20/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(34
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
Minnesota Mining and                    CP-09-0005            Bucks       8/8/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(35
 Manufacturing (3M) Company--                                                     65 FR 78418                 ).
 Bristol.......................
MM Biogas Power LLC (formerly           CP-46-0067       Montgomery     10/31/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(36
 O'Brien Environmental Energy,                                                    65 FR 78418                 ).
 Inc.).........................
Norwood Industries, Inc.--             OP-15-0014A          Chester     12/20/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(37
 Frazer........................                                          12/2/99  65 FR 78418                 ).
NVF Company....................         OP-15-0030          Chester      4/13/99    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(38
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
Occidental Chemical Corp.               OP-46-0015       Montgomery      11/7/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(39
 (Vinyls Div.)--Pottstown......                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Philadelphia Newspapers, Inc.           OP-46-0012       Montgomery      8/30/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(40
 (Schuylkill Printing Plant)...                                          3/15/00  65 FR 78418                 ).
The Proctor and Gamble Paper            OP-66-0001          Wyoming       4/4/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(41
 Products Co...................                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).

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Quebecor Printing Atglen, Inc.--        OP-15-0002          Chester     12/10/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(42
 Atglen........................                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Sartomer Company, Inc..........         OP-15-0015          Chester      1/17/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(43
                                                                         3/25/98  65 FR 78418                 ).
Silberline Manufacturing Co....         OP-54-0041       Schuylkill      4/19/99    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(44
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
SmithKline Beecham Research Co.         OP-46-0031       Montgomery     10/31/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(45
 (formerly Sterling Winthrop,                                             5/1/98  65 FR 78418                 ).
 Inc.).........................
Sullivan Graphics, Inc.--York..         OP-67-2023             York      8/22/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(46
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
Sun Company, Inc (R&M)                  OP-23-0010         Delaware     10/31/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(47
 (formerly Chevron USA)--                                                         65 FR 78418                 ).
 Tinicum.......................
Sun Company, Inc (R&M)                  OP-23-0011         Delaware     10/31/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(48
 (formerly Chevron USA)--Darby.                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
Universal Packaging Corporation         OP-46-0156       Montgomery       4/8/99    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(49
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
Zenith Products Corp.--Aston...         OP-23-0008         Delaware       4/7/97    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(50
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
Budd Company...................       PLID 51-1564     Philadelphia     12/28/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(51
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
Bellevue Cogeneration Plant....    PLID (51-) 6513     Philadelphia      4/10/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(52
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
MSC Pre-Finish Metals, Inc.--           OP-09-0030            Bucks      11/7/96    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(53
 Morrisville...................                                          3/31/98  65 FR 78418                 ).
Temple University, Health          PLID (51-) 8906     Philadelphia      5/27/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(54
 Sciences Center...............                                                   65 FR 78418                 ).
TRIGEN--Schuylkill Station.....    PLID (51-) 4942     Philadelphia      5/29/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(55
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
TRIGEN--Edison Station.........    PLID (51-) 4902     Philadelphia      5/29/95    12/15/00,  (c)(143)(i)(B)(56
                                                                                  65 FR 78418                 ).
Advanced Glassfiber Yarns LLC          OP-31-02002       Huntingdon      4/13/99    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(1)
 (formerly Owens Corning)--                                                       66 FR 40891                  .
 Huntingdon....................
Armstrong World Industries,             OP-18-0002          Clinton       7/6/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(2)
 Inc.--Beech Creek.............                                                   66 FR 40891                  .
Bemis Company, Film Division...        OP-40-0007A          Luzerne     10/10/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  66 FR 40891                  .
Brentwood Industries, Inc......        PA-06-1006A            Berks       6/3/99    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  66 FR 40891                  .
Certainteed Corp.--Mountaintop.         OP-40-0010          Luzerne      5/31/96    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  66 FR 40891                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--Ardell           OP-24-120              Elk      9/30/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(6)
 Station.......................                                                   66 FR 40891                  .
CNG Transmission Corp.--               PA-18-0003A          Clinton      2/29/96    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(7)
 Finnefrock Station............                                                   66 FR 40891                  .
Consol Pennsylvania Coal             OP-30-000-072           Greene      3/23/99    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(8)
 Company--Bailey Prep Plant....                                                   66 FR 40891                  .
Consolidated Rail Corp.                 OP-07-2002            Blair      8/29/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(9)
 (CONRAIL)--Hollidaysburg Car                                                     66 FR 40891                  .
 Shop..........................
Consolidated Rail Corp.                 OP-07-2003            Blair      8/29/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(10
 (CONRAIL)--Juniata............                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
Containment Solutions, Inc.            OP-31-02005       Huntingdon       4/9/99    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(11
 (formerly called Fluid                                                           66 FR 40891                 ).
 Containment--Mt. Union).......

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Cooper Energy Systems, Grove             OP-43-003           Mercer      7/25/96    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(12
 City..........................                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
Cyprus Cumberland Resources          OP-30-000-040           Greene      3/26/99    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(13
 Corp..........................                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
Defense Distribution--                 OP-67-02041             York       2/1/00    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(14
 Susquehanna...................                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
EMI Company....................          OP-25-070             Erie     10/24/96    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(15
                                                                                  66 FR 40891                 ).
Empire Sanitary Landfill, Inc..         OP-35-0009       Lackawanna     10/17/96    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(16
                                                                                  66 FR 40891                 ).
Equitrans, Inc.--Rogersville        (OP)30-000-109           Greene      7/10/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(17
 Station.......................                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
Equitrans, Inc.--Pratt Station.     (OP)30-000-110           Greene      7/10/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(18
                                                                                  66 FR 40891                 ).
Erie Coke Corporation--Erie....          OP-25-029             Erie      6/27/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(19
                                                                                  66 FR 40891                 ).
Fleetwood Folding Trailers,         (OP)56-000-151         Somerset      2/28/96    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(20
 Inc.--Somerset................                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
Gichner Systems Group, Inc.....        (OP)67-2033             York       8/5/97    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(21
                                                                                  66 FR 40891                 ).
Offset Paperback Manufacturers,        (OP)40-0008          Luzerne      4/16/99    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(22
 Inc.--Dallas..................                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
Overhead Door Corporation--            (OP)44-2011          Mifflin       6/4/97    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(23
 Mifflin County................                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
SANYO Audio Manufacturing (USA)        (OP)44-2003          Mifflin      6/30/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(24
 Corp..........................                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
Stroehmann Bakeries OP--Luzerne       (OP)40-0014A          Luzerne      5/30/95    08/06/01,  (c)(149)(i)(B)(25
 County........................                                                   66 FR 40891                 ).
Merck and Co., Inc.--West Point         OP-46-0005       Montgomery      1/13/97    04/18/01,    (c)(154)(i)(D).
 Facility......................                                          6/23/00  66 FR 19858
Amerada Hess Corp..............      PA-PLID (51-)     Philadelphia      5/29/95    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(1)
                                              5009                                66 FR 54936                  .
Amoco Oil Company..............      PA-PLID (51-)     Philadelphia      5/29/95    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(2)
                                              5011                                66 FR 54936                  .
Cartex Corporation.............         OP-09-0076            Bucks       4/9/99    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  66 FR 54936                  .
Exxon Company, USA.............      PA-PLID (51-)     Philadelphia      5/29/95    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(4)
                                              5008                                66 FR 54936                  .
GATX Terminals Corporation.....      PA-PLID (51-)     Philadelphia      5/29/95    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(5)
                                              5003                                66 FR 54936                  .
Hatfield Quality Meats, Inc.--         OP-46-0013A       Montgomery       1/9/97    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(6)
 Hatfield......................                                          10/1/98  66 FR 54936                  .
J. L. Clark, Inc...............        OP-36-02009        Lancaster      4/16/99    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(7)
                                                                                  66 FR 54936                  .
Johnson Matthey, Inc.--Wayne...         OP-15-0027          Chester       8/3/98    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(8)
                                                                         4/15/99  66 FR 54936                  .
Kurz Hastings, Inc.............      PA-PLID (51-)     Philadelphia      5/29/95    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(9)
                                              1585                                66 FR 54936                  .
Lawrence McFadden, Inc.........      PA-PLID (51-)     Philadelphia      6/11/97    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(10
                                              2074                                66 FR 54936                 ).
Philadelphia Baking Company....      PA-PLID (51-)     Philadelphia      4/10/95    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(11
                                              3048                                66 FR 54936                 ).
Philadelphia Gas Works--           PA-PLID (51-) -     Philadelphia      5/29/95    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(12
 Passyunk......................               4921                                66 FR 54936                 ).
PPG Industries, Inc. (BASF)....         OP-23-0005         Delaware       6/4/97    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(13
                                                                                  66 FR 54936                 ).
SmithKline Beecham                      OP-46-0035       Montgomery      3/27/97    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(14
 Pharmaceuticals...............                                         10/20/98  66 FR 54936                 ).
Teva Pharmaceuticals USA                OP-09-0010            Bucks       4/9/99    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(15
 (formerly Lemmon company).....                                                   66 FR 54936                 ).

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The Philadelphian Condominium        PA-PLID (51-)     Philadelphia      5/29/95    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(16
 Building......................               6512                                66 FR 54936                 ).
Warner Company.................         OP-15-0001          Chester      7/17/95    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(17
                                                                                  66 FR 54936                 ).
Webcraft Technologies, Inc.....         OP-09-0009            Bucks      4/18/96    10/31/01,  (c)(156)(i)(B)(18
                                                                        10/15/98  66 FR 54936                 ).
Latrobe Steel Company--Latrobe.      OP-65-000-016     Westmoreland     12/22/95    10/16/01,    (c)(158)(i)(B).
                                                                                  66 FR 52517
Allegheny Ludlum Corporation--              CO-260        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/18/01,    (c)(159)(i)(B).
 Brackenridge..................                                                   66 FR 52851
Kosmos Cement Co.--Neville                  EO-208        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/18/01,  (c)(160)(i)(B)(1)
 Island Facility...............                                                   66 FR 52857                  .
Armstrong Cement and Supply              OP-10-028           Butler      3/31/99    10/18/01,  (c)(160)(i)(B)(2)
 Company--Cabot................                                                   66 FR 52857                  .
Duquesne Light Company--                    CO-217        Allegheny       3/8/96    10/18/01,  (c)(161)(i)(B)(1)
 Cheswick Power Station........                                                   66 FR 52867                  .
Duquesne Light Company--Elrama      (PA)63-000-014       Washington     12/29/94    10/18/01,  (c)(161)(i)(B)(2)
 Plant.........................                                                   66 FR 52867                  .
Pennsylvania Electric Co.          (PA-)03-000-027        Armstrong     12/29/94    10/18/01,  (c)(161)(i)(B)(3)
 (PENELEC)--Keystone Generating                                                   66 FR 52867                  .
 Station.......................
IDL, Incorporated..............             CO-225        Allegheny      7/18/96    10/18/01,  (c)(162)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  66 FR 52862                  .
Oakmont Pharmaceutical, Inc....             CO-252        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/18/01,  (c)(162)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 52862                  .
U.S. Air, Inc..................             CO-255        Allegheny      1/14/97    10/18/01,  (c)(162)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  66 FR 52862                  .
Lukens Steel Corporation--          (OP)63-000-080       Washington      2/22/99    10/16/01,  (c)(163)(i)(B)(1)
 Houston Plant.................                                                   66 FR 52522                  .
Allegheny Ludlum Steel              (OP)65-000-183     Westmoreland      3/23/99    10/16/01,  (c)(163)(i)(B)(2)
 Corporation--West Leechburg                                                      66 FR 52522                  .
 Plant.........................
(Allegheny Ludlum Corporation)      (OP)63-000-027       Washington      3/26/99    10/16/01,  (c)(163)(i)(B)(3)
 Jessop Steel Company--                                                           66 FR 52522                  .
 Washington Plant..............
Koppel Steel Corporation--          (OP)04-000-059           Beaver      3/23/01    10/16/01,    (c)(163)(i)(D).
 Koppel Plant..................                                                   66 FR 52522
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG)       OP-04-000-490           Beaver      6/23/95    10/12/01,  (c)(164)(i)(B)(1)
 Transmission Corp.--Beaver                                                       66 FR 52055                  .
 Station.......................
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG)       OP-65-000-837     Westmoreland     10/13/95    10/12/01,  (c)(164)(i)(B)(2)
 Transmission Corp.--Oakford                                                      66 FR 52055                  .
 Compressor Station............
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG)      (OP)65-000-840     Westmoreland     10/13/95    10/12/01,  (c)(164)(i)(B)(3)
 Transmission Corp.--South                                                        66 FR 52055                  .
 Oakford Station...............
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG)      (OP)65-000-634     Westmoreland     10/13/95    10/12/01,  (c)(164)(i)(B)(4)
 Transmission Corp.--Tonkin                                                       66 FR 52055                  .
 Compressor Station............
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG)      (OP)65-000-852     Westmoreland     10/13/95    10/12/01,  (c)(164)(i)(B)(5)
 Transmission Corp.--Jeannette                                                    66 FR 52055                  .
 Station.......................

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Carnegie Natural Gas Co.--                  EO-213        Allegheny      5/14/96    10/12/01,  (c)(164)(i)(B)(6)
 Creighton Station.............                                                   66 FR 52055                  .
Texas Eastern Transmission          (OP)26-000-413          Fayette     12/20/96    10/12/01,  (c)(164)(i)(B)(7)
 Corp.--Uniontown Station......                                                   66 FR 52055                  .
Consolidated Natural Gas (CNG)       OP-03-000-180        Armstrong      12/2/98    10/12/01,  (c)(164)(i)(B)(8)
 Transmission Corp.--South Bend                                                   66 FR 52055                  .
 Station.......................
Pruett Schaffer Chemical                    CO-266        Allegheny       9/2/98    10/12/01,  (c)(165)(i)(B)(1)
 Company.......................                                                   66 FR 52050                  .
PPG Industries, Inc.--                      CO-254        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/12/01,  (c)(165)(i)(B)(2)
 Springdale....................                                                   66 FR 52050                  .
Reichhold Chemicals, Inc.--                 CO-218        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/12/01,  (c)(165)(i)(B)(3)
 Bridgeville...................                                                   66 FR 52050        [NOX RACT].
Reichhold Chemicals, Inc.--                 CO-219        Allegheny      2/21/96    10/12/01,  (c)(165)(i)(B)(4)
 Bridgeville...................                                                   66 FR 52050        [VOC RACT].
Valspar Corporation--Pittsburgh             CO-209        Allegheny       3/8/96    10/12/01,  (c)(165)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  66 FR 52050                  .
Ashland Chemical Corporation...             CO-227        Allegheny     12/30/96    10/16/01,  (c)(166)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  66 FR 52506                  .
Hercules, Inc.--West Elizabeth.             EO-216        Allegheny       3/8/96    10/16/01,  (c)(166)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 52506                  .
Hercules, Inc.--West Elizabeth.             CO-257        Allegheny      1/14/97    10/16/01,  (c)(166)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                         11/1/99  66 FR 52506                  .
Neville Chemical Company.......             CO-230        Allegheny     12/13/96    10/16/01,  (c)(166)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  66 FR 52506                  .
Anchor Glass Container Corp.--      (PA)26-000-119          Fayette     12/20/96    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(1)
 Plant 5.......................                                                   66 FR 52527                  .
Anchor Hocking Specialty Glass      (OP)04-000-084           Beaver     10/13/95    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(2)
 Co.--Phoenix Glass Plant......                                                   66 FR 52527                  .
Corning Consumer Products Co.--     (PA)63-000-110       Washington       1/4/96    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(3)
 Charleroi Plant...............                                                   66 FR 52527                  .
General Electric Company.......             CO-251        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  66 FR 52527                  .
Glenshaw Glass Company, Inc....             CO-270        Allegheny      3/10/00    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  66 FR 52527                  .
Guardian Industries Corp.......             CO-242        Allegheny      8/27/96    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                                  66 FR 52527                  .
Allegheny County Sanitary                   CO-222        Allegheny      5/14/96    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(7)
 Authority.....................                                                   66 FR 52527                  .
Browning-Ferris Industries.....            CO-231A        Allegheny      4/28/97    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(8)
                                                                                  66 FR 52527                  .
Chambers Development Company--              CO-253        Allegheny     12/30/96    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(9)
 Monroeville Borough Landfill..                                                   66 FR 52527                  .
Kelly Run Sanitation, Forward               CO-236        Allegheny      1/23/97    10/16/01,  (c)(167)(i)(B)(10
 Township Landfill.............                                                   66 FR 52527                 ).
Stroehmann Bakeries--Montgomery         PA-46-0003       Montgomery       5/4/95    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(1)
 County (Norristown)...........                                                   66 FR 54942                  .
Schlosser Steel, Inc...........         OP-46-0051       Montgomery       2/1/96    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 54942                  .
Perkasie Industries Corp.--             OP-09-0011            Bucks      8/14/96    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(3)
 Perkasie......................                                                   66 FR 54942                  .
Quaker Chemical Corporation--           OP-46-0071       Montgomery      9/26/96    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(4)
 Conshohocken..................                                                   66 FR 54942                  .
Worthington Steel Company......         OP-15-0016          Chester      7/23/96    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  66 FR 54942                  .

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Transcontinental Gas Pipeline           PA-15-0017          Chester       6/5/95    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(6)
 Corp.--Sta. 200, Frazer.......                                                   66 FR 54942                  .
Rohm and Haas Company, Bucks            OP-09-0015            Bucks      4/20/99    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(7)
 County Plant..................                                                   66 FR 54942                  .
SEPTA--Berridge/Courtland               PA-51-4172     Philadelphia      7/27/99    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(8)
 Maintenance Shop..............                                                   66 FR 54942                  .
Southwest Water Pollution               PA-51-9515     Philadelphia      7/27/99    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(9)
 Control Plant/Biosolids                                                          66 FR 54942                  .
 Recycling Center..............
Rohm and Haas Company--                 PA-51-1531     Philadelphia      7/27/99    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(10
 Philadelphia Plant............                                                   66 FR 54942                 ).
Sunoco Inc. (R&M)--Philadelphia        PA(51-)1501     Philadelphia       8/1/00    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(11
                                       PA(51-)1517                                66 FR 54942                 ).
SBF Communications (owned by           PA(51-)2197     Philadelphia      7/21/00    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(12
 Avant Garde Ent.).............                                                   66 FR 54942                 ).
Smith-Edwards-Dunlap Company...       PA-(51-)2255     Philadelphia      7/14/00    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(13
                                                                                  66 FR 54942                 ).
Tasty Baking Co................    PLID (51-) 2054     Philadelphia       4/9/95    10/31/01,  (c)(169)(i)(B)(14
                                                                                  66 FR 54942                 ).
Armstrong World Industries,         (OP)04-000-108           Beaver      5/29/96    10/17/01,  (c)(170)(i)(B)(1)
 Inc.--Beaver Falls Plant......                                                   66 FR 52695                  .
Bacharach, Inc.................             CO-263        Allegheny     10/10/97    10/17/01,  (c)(170)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 52695                  .
Bakerstown Container                        CO-221        Allegheny      5/14/96    10/17/01,  (c)(170)(i)(B)(3)
 Corporation...................                                                   66 FR 52695                  .
Chestnut Ridge Foam, Inc.--         (OP)65-000-181     Westmoreland     12/29/95    10/17/01,  (c)(170)(i)(B)(4)
 Latrobe.......................                                                   66 FR 52695                  .
Flexsys America LP, Monongahela     (OP)63-000-015       Washington      3/23/01    10/17/01,  (c)(170)(i)(B)(5)
 Plant.........................                                                   66 FR 52695                  .
Haskell of Pittsburgh, Inc.....             CO-224        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/17/01,  (c)(170)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                                  66 FR 52695                  .
Three Rivers Aluminum Company            OP-10-267           Butler       3/1/01    10/17/01,  (c)(170)(i)(B)(7)
 (TRACO).......................                                                   66 FR 52695                  .
Tuscarora Plastics, Inc........     (OP)04-000-497           Beaver       4/3/96    10/17/01,  (c)(170)(i)(B)(8)
                                                                                  66 FR 52695                  .
Witco Corporation..............             CO-210        Allegheny      5/14/96    10/17/01,  (c)(170)(i)(B)(9)
                                                                                  66 FR 52695                  .
GenCorp (Plastic Films              (OP)65-000-207     Westmoreland       1/4/96    10/15/01,    (c)(171)(i)(B).
 Division)--Jeannette Plant....                                                   66 FR 52322
CENTRIA--Ambridge Coil Coating      (OP)04-000-043           Beaver      5/17/99    10/15/01,    (c)(171)(i)(D).
 Operations Plant..............                                                   66 FR 52322
J & L Structural, Inc.--             OP-04-000-467           Beaver      6/23/95    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(1)
 Aliquippa.....................                                                   66 FR 52511                  .
Universal Stainless & Alloy                 CO-241        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(2)
 Products, Inc.................                                                   66 FR 52511                  .
Shenango, Inc..................             CO-233        Allegheny     12/30/96    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  66 FR 52511                  .
LTV Steel Company..............             CO-259        Allegheny     12/30/96    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  66 FR 52511                  .
U.S. Steel (USX Corporation.)--             CO-234        Allegheny     12/30/96    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(5)
 Clairton Works................                                                   66 FR 52511                  .
USX Corporation--Edgar Thomson              CO-235        Allegheny     12/30/96    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(6)
 Works.........................                                                   66 FR 52511                  .
USX, Inc.--Irvin Works.........             CO-258        Allegheny     12/30/96    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(7)
                                                                                  66 FR 52511                  .

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Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel           (OP)63-000-066       Washington       2/8/99    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(8)
 Corporation--Allenport Plant..                                                   66 FR 52511                  .
Koppers--Monessen Coke Plant...     (OP)65-000-853     Westmoreland      3/20/98    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(9)
                                                                                  66 FR 52511                  .
J & L Specialty Steel, Inc.--       (OP)04-000-013           Beaver      3/23/01    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(10
 Midland Facility..............                                                   66 FR 52511                 ).
Washington Steel Corp.--            (OP)63-000-023       Washington      9/12/96    10/16/01,  (c)(172)(i)(B)(11
 Washington Plant..............                                                   66 FR 52511                 ).
Equitrans, Inc.--Hartson.......     (OP)63-000-642       Washington      7/10/95    10/17/01,  (c)(173)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  66 FR 52705                  .
Witco Corp.--Petrolia Facility.          PA-10-037           Butler      6/27/95    10/17/01,  (c)(173)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 52705                  .
Ranbar Electrical Materials         (OP)65-000-042     Westmoreland      2/22/99    10/17/01,  (c)(173)(i)(B)(3)
 Inc. (formerly Westinghouse                                                      66 FR 52705                  .
 Electric Co. EMD)--Manor......
Nova Chemicals, Inc. (formerly      (OP)04-000-033           Beaver      4/16/99    10/17/01,  (c)(173)(i)(B)(4)
 Arco Chemical Co.--Beaver                                               1/24/01  66 FR 52705                  .
 Valley).......................
BASF Corporation--Monaca Site..     (OP)04-000-306           Beaver      3/23/01    10/17/01,  (c)(173)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  66 FR 52705                  .
Cardone Industries--Rising Sun   PA(51-) PLID 3887     Philadelphia      5/29/95    10/30/01,  (c)(174)(i)(B)(1)
 Ave...........................                                                   66 FR 54710                  .
Cardone Industries--Chew St....  PA(51-) PLID 2237     Philadelphia      5/29/95    10/30/01,  (c)(174)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 54710                  .
U.S. Navy, Naval Surface               PA(51-)9724     Philadelphia     12/27/97    10/30/01,  (c)(174)(i)(B)(3)
 Warfare Center--Carderock                                                        66 FR 54710                  .
 Division......................
Wheelabrator Falls, Inc........         OP-09-0013            Bucks      1/11/96    10/30/01,  (c)(174)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                         5/17/96  66 FR 54710                  .
US Steel Group/USX Corporation--        OP-09-0006            Bucks       4/8/99    10/30/01,  (c)(174)(i)(B)(5)
 Fairless Works................                                                   66 FR 54710                  .
Brown Printing Company.........        OP-46-0018A       Montgomery      5/17/00    10/30/01,  (c)(174)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                                  66 FR 54710                  .
Sun Chemical--General Printing        PA(51-) 2052     Philadelphia      7/14/00    10/30/01,  (c)(174)(i)(B)(7)
 Ink Division..................                                                   66 FR 54710                  .
Sunoco Chemicals, Frankford           PA(51-) 1551     Philadelphia      7/27/99    10/30/01,  (c)(174)(i)(B)(8)
 Plant.........................                                                   66 FR 54710                  .
Armco, Inc. Butler Operations           PA-10-001M           Butler      2/23/96    10/15/01,    (c)(175)(i)(B).
 Main Plant....................                                                   66 FR 52338
Armco, Inc. Butler Operations           PA-10-001S           Butler      2/23/96    10/15/01,    (c)(175)(i)(C).
 Stainless Plant...............                                                   66 FR 52338
Pennsylvania Power Co.--Bruce       (PA)04-000-235           Beaver     12/29/94    10/15/01,  (c)(176)(i)(B)(1)
 Mansfield Plant...............                                                   66 FR 52333                  .
West Penn Power Co.--Mitchell       (PA)63-000-016       Washington      6/12/95    10/15/01,  (c)(176)(i)(B)(2)
 Station.......................                                                   66 FR 52333                  .
Carnegie Natural Gas Company--      (OP)03-000-182        Armstrong      12/2/98    10/15/01,  (c)(176)(i)(B)(3)
 Fisher Station................                                                   66 FR 52333                  .
Apollo Gas Company--Shoemaker       (OP)03-000-183        Armstrong      9/12/96    10/15/01,  (c)(176)(i)(B)(4)
 Station.......................                                                   66 FR 52333                  .
Texas Eastern Transmission          (OP)65-000-839     Westmoreland       1/9/97    10/15/01,  (c)(176)(i)(B)(5)
 Corp.--Delmont Station........                                                   66 FR 52333                  .
The Peoples Natural Gas Co.--       (OP)03-000-125        Armstrong     10/31/94    10/15/01,  (c)(176)(i)(B)(6)
 Valley Station................                                                   66 FR 52333                  .

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The Peoples Natural Gas Co.--       (PA)03-000-076        Armstrong     10/27/95    10/15/01,  (c)(176)(i)(B)(7)
 Girty Compressor Station......                                                   66 FR 52333                  .
AES Beaver Valley Partners--        (OP)04-000-446           Beaver      3/23/01    10/15/01,  (c)(176)(i)(B)(8)
 Monaca Plant..................                                                   66 FR 52333                  .
Penreco--Karns City............         OP-10-0027           Butler      5/31/95    10/12/01,  (c)(177)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  66 FR 52044                  .
Ashland Petroleum Company......             CO-256        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/12/01,  (c)(177)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 52044                  .
Bellefield Boiler Plant--                   EO-248        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/12/01,  (c)(177)(i)(B)(3)
 Pittsburgh....................                                                   66 FR 52044                  .
Gulf Oil, L.P..................             CO-250        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/12/01,  (c)(177)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  66 FR 52044                  .
PA Dept. of Corrections........             EO-244        Allegheny      1/23/97    10/12/01,  (c)(177)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  66 FR 52044                  .
Pittsburgh Thermal Limited                  CO-220        Allegheny       3/4/96    10/12/01,  (c)(177)(i)(B)(6)
 Partnership...................                                                   66 FR 52044                  .
BP Exploration & Oil, Inc.--        (OP)65-000-378     Westmoreland      3/23/01    10/12/01,  (c)(177)(i)(B)(7)
 Greensburg Terminal...........                                                   66 FR 52044                  .
Pittsburgh Allegheny County                 CO-265        Allegheny      11/9/98    10/12/01,  (c)(177)(i)(B)(8)
 Thermal, Ltd..................                                                   66 FR 52044                  .
Aristech Chemical Corporation..             CO-232        Allegheny     12/30/96    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                  .
Heinz U.S.A.--Pittsburgh.......             EO-211        Allegheny       3/8/96    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                  .
Heinz U.S.A.--Pittsburgh.......             CO-247        Allegheny     10/24/96    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                  .
Koppers Industries, Inc.                    CO-223        Allegheny      8/27/96    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(3)
 (Aristech Chem. Corp).........                                                   66 FR 52700                  .
Nabisco Biscuit Co.............             CO-246        Allegheny     12/19/96    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                  .
Pressure Chemical Co...........             CO-261        Allegheny      6/11/97    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                  .
General Carbide Corp...........     (OP)65-000-622     Westmoreland     12/29/95    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                  .
Fansteel Hydro Carbide.........     (OP)65-000-860     Westmoreland     12/12/97    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(7)
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                  .
Carbidie Corporation...........     (OP)65-000-720     Westmoreland      7/31/98    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(8)
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                  .
Dyno Nobel Inc--Donora.........     (OP)63-000-070       Washington      3/31/99    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(9)
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                  .
Newcomer Products, Inc.........     (OP)65-000-851     Westmoreland       8/7/97    10/17/01,  (c)(178)(i)(B)(10
                                                                                  66 FR 52700                 ).
PECO Energy Company--Cromby             OP-15-0019          Chester      4/28/95    10/30/01,  (c)(179)(i)(B)(1)
 Generating Station............                                                   66 FR 54699                  .
Waste Resource Energy, Inc.             OP-23-0004         Delaware     11/16/95    10/30/01,  (c)(179)(i)(B)(2)
 (Operator); Shawmut Bank,                                                        66 FR 54699                  .
 Conn. National Assoc. (Owner);
 Delaware County Resource
 Recovery Facility.............
G-Seven, Ltd...................         OP-46-0078       Montgomery      4/20/99    10/30/01,  (c)(179)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  66 FR 54699                  .
Leonard Kunkin Associates......         OP-09-0073            Bucks      6/25/01    10/30/01,  (c)(179)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  66 FR 54699                  .
Kimberly-Clark Corporation.....        OP-23-0014A         Delaware      6/24/98    10/30/01,  (c)(179)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                          8/1/01  66 FR 54699                  .
Sunoco, Inc. (R&M); Marcus Hook         CP-23-0001         Delaware       6/8/95    10/30/01,  (c)(179)(i)(B)(6)
 Plant.........................                                           8/2/01  66 FR 54699                  .

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Waste Management Disposal               OP-09-0007            Bucks     12/19/97    10/30/01,  (c)(179)(i)(B)(7)
 Services of Pennsylvania, Inc.                                          7/17/01  66 FR 54699                  .
 (GROWS Landfill)..............
Koppel Steel Corporation--           OP-04-000-227           Beaver     10/12/00    10/15/01,    (c)(180)(i)(B).
 Ambridge Plant................                                                   66 FR 52317
General Motors Corporation.....             CO-243        Allegheny      8/27/96    10/15/01,  (c)(181)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  66 FR 52327                  .
Oakmont Steel, Inc.............             CO-226        Allegheny      5/14/96    10/15/01,  (c)(181)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 52327                  .
The Peoples Natural Gas Co.....             CO-240        Allegheny      8/27/96    10/15/01,  (c)(181)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  66 FR 52327                  .
U.S. Bureau of Mines...........             EO-215        Allegheny       3/8/96    10/15/01,  (c)(181)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                                  66 FR 52327                  .
Waste Management Disposal               OP-46-0033       Montgomery      4/20/99    10/30/01,  (c)(182)(i)(B)(1)
 Services of Pennsylvania                                                         66 FR 54704                  .
 (Pottstown Landfill)..........
FPL Energy MH50, LP (Sunoco,            PA-23-0084         Delaware      7/26/99    10/30/01,  (c)(182)(i)(B)(2)
 Inc. (R&M))...................                                                   66 FR 54704                  .
Exelon Generation Company--             PA-51-4903     Philadelphia      7/11/01    10/30/01,  (c)(182)(i)(B)(3)
 (PECO)--Richmond Generating                                                      66 FR 54704                  .
 Station.......................
Jefferson Smurfit Corp./             PLID (PA-51-)     Philadelphia      4/10/95    10/31/01,  (c)(184)(i)(B)(1)
 Container Corp. of America....               1566                                66 FR 54947                  .
Maritank Philadelphia, Inc.....      PLID (PA-51-)     Philadelphia     12/28/95    10/31/01,  (c)(184)(i)(B)(2)
                                              5013                                66 FR 54947                  .
Moyer Packing Company..........         OP-46-0001       Montgomery      3/15/96    10/31/01,  (c)(184)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  66 FR 54947                  .
Tullytown Resource Recovery             OP-09-0024            Bucks      7/14/97    10/31/01,  (c)(184)(i)(B)(4)
 Facility (Waste Management of                                                    66 FR 54947                  .
 Pa., Inc.)....................
SPS Technologies, Inc..........         OP-46-0032       Montgomery     10/30/97    10/31/01,  (c)(184)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  66 FR 54947                  .
PECO Energy Company............         OP-09-0077            Bucks     12/19/97    10/31/01,  (c)(184)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                                  66 FR 54947                  .
Philadelphia Gas Works--                PA-51-4922     Philadelphia      7/27/99    10/31/01,  (c)(184)(i)(B)(7)
 Richmond Plant................                                                   66 FR 54947                  .
Exelon Generation Company--             PA-51-4901     Philadelphia      7/11/01    10/31/01,  (c)(184)(i)(B)(8)
 Delaware Generating Station...                                                   66 FR 54947                  .
Exelon Generation Company--             PA-51-4904     Philadelphia      7/11/01    10/31/01,  (c)(184)(i)(B)(9)
 Schuylkill Generating Station.                                                   66 FR 54947                  .
International Business Systems,         OP-46-0049       Montgomery     10/29/98    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(1)
 Inc...........................                                                   66 FR 54691                  .
Bethlehem Lukens Plate.........         OP-46-0011       Montgomery     12/11/98    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 54691                  .
Montenay Montgomery Limited            OP-46-0010A       Montgomery      4/20/99    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(3)
 Partnership...................                                          6/20/00  66 FR 54691                  .
Northeast Foods, Inc. (Bake             OP-09-0014            Bucks       4/9/99    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(4)
 Rite Rolls)...................                                                   66 FR 54691                  .
Aldan Rubber Company...........       PA-(51-)1561     Philadelphia      7/21/00    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(5)
                                                                                  66 FR 54691                  .
Braceland Brothers, Inc........       PA-(51-)3679     Philadelphia      7/14/00    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                                  66 FR 54691                  .
Graphic Arts, Incorporated.....       PA-(51-)2260     Philadelphia      7/14/00    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(7)
                                                                                  66 FR 54691                  .

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O'Brien (Philadelphia)                PA-(51-)1533     Philadelphia      7/21/00    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(8)
 Cogeneration, Inc.--Northeast                                                    66 FR 54691                  .
 Water Pollution Control Plant.
O'Brien (Philadelphia)                PA-(51-)1534     Philadelphia      7/21/00    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(9)
 Cogeneration, Inc.--Southwest                                                    66 FR 54691                  .
 Water Pollution Control Plant.
Pearl Pressman Liberty.........       PA-(51-)7721     Philadelphia      7/24/00    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(10
                                                                                  66 FR 54691                 ).
Arbill Industries, Inc.........         PA-51-3811     Philadelphia      7/27/99    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(11
                                                                                  66 FR 54691                 ).
McWhorter Technologies, Inc....         PA-51-3542     Philadelphia      7/27/99    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(12
                                                                                  66 FR 54691                 ).
NortheastWater Pollution                PA-51-9513     Philadelphia      7/27/99    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(13
 Control Plant.................                                                    66 FR54691                 ).
Newman and Company.............    PLID (51-) 3489     Philadelphia      6/11/97    10/30/01,  (c)(185)(i)(B)(14
                                                                                  66 FR 54691                 ).
Allegheny Ludlum Steel             (OP-)65-000-137     Westmoreland      5/17/99    10/19/01,  (c)(186)(i)(B)(1)
 Corporation...................                                                   66 FR 53090                  .
INDSPEC Chemical Corporation...           PA10-021           Butler     10/19/98    10/19/01,  (c)(186)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  66 FR 53090                  .
Stoney Creek Technologies,              PA-23-0002         Delaware      2/24/99  11/5/01, 66  (c)(187)(i)(B)(1)
 L.L.C.........................                                                      FR 55880                  .
Superpac, Inc..................         OP-09-0003            Bucks      3/25/99  11/5/01, 66  (c)(187)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                     FR 55880                  .
Transit America, Inc...........    PLID (51-) 1563     Philadelphia      6/11/97  11/5/01, 66  (c)(187)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                     FR 55880                  .
American Bank Note Company.....         OP-46-0075       Montgomery      5/19/97  11/5/01, 66  (c)(187)(i)(B)(4)
                                                                         8/10/98     FR 55880                  .
Atlas Roofing Corporation--             OP-09-0039            Bucks      3/10/99  11/5/01, 66  (c)(187)(i)(B)(5)
 Quakertown....................                                                      FR 55880                  .
Beckett Corporation............         OP-15-0040          Chester       7/8/97  11/5/01, 66  (c)(187)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                                     FR 55880                  .
Klearfold, Inc.................         OP-09-0012            Bucks      4/15/99  11/5/01, 66  (c)(187)(i)(B)(7)
                                                                                     FR 55880                  .
National Label Company.........         OP-46-0040       Montgomery      7/28/97  11/5/01, 66  (c)(187)(i)(B)(8)
                                                                                     FR 55880                  .
Bethlehem Steel Corporation....        OP-22-02012          Dauphin       4/9/99  5/23/02, 67          (c)(191).
                                                                                     FR 36108
Hershey Chocolate USA..........        OP-22-2004A          Dauphin      1/24/00  6/26/02, 67  (c)(194)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                     FR 43002                  .
Pennsylvania Power Company New          OP-37-0023         Lawrence       4/8/99  6/26/02, 67  (c)(194)(i)(B)(2)
 Castle Plant..................                                                      FR 43002                  .
Lafarge Corporation............        OP-39-0011B           Lehigh      5/19/97   4/1/03, 68  (c)(196)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                     FR 15661                  .
The Peoples Natural Gas Company    (OP-)11-000-356          Cambria     11/23/94   4/1/03, 68  (c)(196)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                     FR 15661                  .
Horsehead Resource Development          OP-13-0001           Carbon      5/16/95   4/1/03, 68  (c)(196)(i)(B)(3)
 Company, Inc..................                                                      FR 15661                  .
Williams Generation Company--          OP-40-0031A          Luzerne      3/10/00   4/1/03, 68  (c)(196)(i)(B)(4)
 Hazelton......................                                                      FR 15661                  .
Pennsylvania Power and Light            PA-36-2016        Lancaster      5/25/95   4/1/03, 68  (c)(196)(i)(B)(5)
 Company, Holtwood Steam                                                             FR 15661                  .
 Electric Station..............
General Electric Transportation         OP-25-025A             Erie      8/26/02   4/7/03, 68    (c)(198)(i)(B).
 Systems.......................                                                      FR 16724
Bethlehem Structural Products           OP-48-0013      Northampton     10/24/96   5/2/03, 68  (c)(200)(i)(B)(1)
 Corporation...................                                                      FR 23404                  .

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International Paper Company,             PA-25-028             Erie     12/21/94   5/2/03, 68  (c)(200)(i)(B)(2)
 Erie Mill.....................                                                      FR 23404                  .
National Fuel Gas Supply--Heath         PA-33-144A        Jefferson      10/5/98   5/2/03, 68  (c)(200)(i)(B)(3)
 Compressor Station............                                                      FR 23404                  .
PPG Industries, Inc............          OP-20-145         Crawford      5/31/95  3/24/03, 68    (c)(201)(i)(B).
                                                                                      FR14154
Dominion Trans., Inc.--           Title V-18-00005          Clinton      2/16/00   5/7/03, 68  (c)(202)(i)(B)(1)
 Finnefrock Station............                                                      FR 24365                  .
Textron Lycoming--Oliver Street   Title V-41-00005         Lycoming      1/12/01   5/7/03, 68  (c)(202)(i)(B)(2)
 Plant.........................                                                      FR 24365                  .
Lafayette College, Easton               OP-48-0034      Northampton      8/18/97  5/20/03, 68    (c)(205)(i)(B).
 Campus........................                                                      FR 27471
Keystone Carbon Company........          OP-24-016              Elk      5/15/95    10/17/03,  (c)(207)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  68 FR 59741                  .
Mack Trucks, Inc...............         OP-39-0004      Northampton      5/31/95    10/17/03,  (c)(207)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  68 FR 59741                  .
Owens-Brockway Glass Container,          OP-33-033        Jefferson      3/27/95    10/17/03,  (c)(207)(i)(B)(1)
 Inc...........................                                                   68 FR 59741                  .
Resilite Sport Products, Inc...         OP-49-0003   Northumberland      12/3/96    10/17/03,  (c)(207)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  68 FR 59741                  .
Westfield Tanning Company......         OP-59-0008            Tioga     11/27/96    10/17/03,  (c)(207)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  68 FR 59741                  .
Tarkett, Incorporated..........         OP-39-0002           Lehigh      5/31/95   8/6/03, 68  (c)(208)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                     FR 46484                  .
Hacros Pigments, Inc...........         OP-48-0018      Northampton      7/31/96   8/6/03, 68  (c)(208)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                     FR 46484                  .
GPU Generation Corp., Homer        (OP-)32-000-055          Indiana     10/29/98    10/15/03,  (c)(212)(i)(B)(1)
 City Station..................                                                   68 FR 59321                  .
GPU Generation Corp., Seward       (OP-)32-000-040          Indiana      4/30/98    10/15/03,  (c)(212)(i)(B)(2)
 Station.......................                                                   68 FR 59321                  .
Ebensburg Power Company,           (OP-)11-000-318          Cambria      3/28/01    10/15/03,  (c)(212)(i)(B)(3)
 Ebensburg Cogeneration Plant..                                                   68 FR 59321                  .
Sithe Pennsylvania Holdings,            OP-62-012B           Warren      1/20/00    10/15/03,  (c)(212)(i)(B)(4)
 LLC, Warren Station...........                                                   68 FR 59321                  .
Pennsylvania Power & Light             OP-55-0001A           Snyder       7/7/97    10/15/03,  (c)(212)(i)(B)(5)
 Company, Sunbury SES..........                                                   68 FR 59321                  .
Lakeview Landfill..............          OP-25-920             Erie      5/29/97    10/15/03,  (c)(212)(i)(B)(6)
                                                                                  68 FR 59321                  .
National Fuel Gas Supply Corp.--        OP-62-141F           Warren       4/1/03    10/27/04,  (c)(213)(i)(B)(1)
 Roystone Compressor Station...                                                   69 FR 62583                  .
Crompton Corporation, Fairview           OP-10-037           Butler       6/4/03  5/25/04, 69  (c)(213)(i)(B)(2)
 Township......................                                                      FR 29444                  .
Andritz, Inc...................          41-00010C         Lycoming      4/30/03    10/15/03,  (c)(214)(i)(B)(1)
                                                                                  68 FR 59318                  .
Brodart Company................           18-0007A          Clinton       4/8/03    10/15/03,  (c)(214)(i)(B)(2)
                                                                                  68 FR 59318                  .
Erie Sewer Authority...........          OP-25-179             Erie       6/5/03    10/15/03,  (c)(214)(i)(B)(3)
                                                                                  68 FR 59318                  .
Hercules Cement Company........        OP-48-0005A      Northampton      4/16/99    11/24/03,    (c)(217)(i)(B).
                                                                                  68 FR 65846
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company,       OP-58-00001A      Susquehanna      4/16/98    10/27/04,  (c)(218)(i)(B)(1)
 Station 321...................                                                   69 FR 62585                  .
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company,         OP-43-0272           Mercer       4/7/99    10/27/04,  (c)(218)(i)(B)(2)
 Station 219...................                                                   69 FR 62585                  .

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Information Display Technology,         32-000-085          Indiana      1/11/96    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
 Inc...........................                                                   70 FR 15774
Bedford Materials Co., Inc.....           05-02005          Bedford      4/15/99    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
                                                                                  70 FR 15774
Bollman Hat Company............            36-2031        Lancaster       7/3/95    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
                                                                                  70 FR 15774
Armco Inc......................          OP-43-040           Mercer      9/30/99    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
                                                                                  70 FR 15774
Specialty Tires of America, Inc         32-000-065          Indiana       1/6/00    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
                                                                                  70 FR 15774
Truck Accessories Group East...         OP-49-0005   Northumberland      3/26/99    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
                                                                                  70 FR 15774
Jeraco Enterprises, Inc........         OP-49-0014   Northumberland       4/6/97    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
                                                                                  70 FR 15774
Insulation Corporation of                  39-0012           Lehigh     10/17/95    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
 America.......................                                                   70 FR 15774
Pope & Talbot, Inc.............            40-0019          Luzerne      5/31/96    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
                                                                                  70 FR 15774
Universal Rundle Corporation...          OP-37-059         Lawrence      5/31/95    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
                                                                                  70 FR 15774
Clark Filter...................           36-02040        Lancaster       2/4/00    03/29/05,  52.2020(d)(1)(h).
                                                                                  70 FR 15774
The Pennsylvania State                  OP-14-0006           Centre     12/30/98  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
 University--University Park...                                                      FR 16118
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company--        OP-59-0001            Tioga      5/31/95  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
 Charleston Township...........                                                      FR 16118
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company--        OP-08-0002         Bradford      5/31/95  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
 Wyalusing Township............                                                      FR 16118
Masland Industries.............            21-2001       Cumberland      5/31/95  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
                                                                                     FR 16118
ESSROC Cement Corp.............          OP-37-003         Lawrence      7/27/95  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
                                                                         3/31/99     FR 16118
The Magee Carpet Company.......         OP-19-0001         Columbia      1/22/97  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
                                                                                     FR 16118
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company--         OP-27-015           Forest      7/27/00  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
 Howe Township.................                                                      FR 16118
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline              40-0002          Luzerne      5/31/95  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
 Corporation--Buck Township....           40-0002A                                   FR 16118
Transcontinental Gas Pipe Line             67-2012             York       5/5/95  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
 Corporation--Peach Bottom                                                           FR 16118
 Township......................
Standard Steel Division of                 44-2001          Mifflin      5/31/95  3/30/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(c).
 Freedom Forge Corp............                                                      FR 16118
Pope and Talbot, Inc...........            35-0004       Lackawanna      5/31/96  3/30/05, 70            52.2020
                                                                                     FR 16124         (d)(1)(d).
Pennsylvania Power and Light               22-2011          Dauphin       6/7/95  3/30/05, 70            52.2020
 Company.......................                                                      FR 16124         (d)(1)(d).
Ellwood Group Inc..............          OP-37-313         Lawrence      1/31/01  3/30/05, 70            52.2020
                                                                                     FR 16124         (d)(1)(d).
National Fuel Gas Supply                  53-0009A           Potter       8/5/96  3/30/05, 70            52.2020
 Corporation...................            53-0009                                   FR 16124         (d)(1)(d).
Department of the Army.........           28-02002         Franklin       2/3/00  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
                                                                                     FR 16416
Harley-Davidson Motor Company..            67-2032             York       4/9/97  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
                                                                                     FR 16416
GE Transportation Systems......          OP-43-196           Mercer      5/16/01  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
                                                                                     FR 16416
Stone Container Corporation....            67-2002             York       9/3/96  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
                                                                                     FR 16416
Stanley Storage Systems, Inc...            39-0031           Lehigh      6/12/98  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
                                                                                     FR 16416

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York Group, Inc................            67-2014             York       7/3/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
                                                                                     FR 16416
Strick Corporation.............         OP-19-0002         Columbia       6/6/97  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
                                                                                     FR 16416
Grumman Olson, Division of              OP-41-0002         Lycoming      9/25/97  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
 Grumman Allied Industries.....                                                      FR 16416
Prior Coated Metals, Inc.......            39-0005           Lehigh      5/26/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
                                                                                     FR 16416
Schindler Elevator Corporation.            01-2007            Adams      5/24/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(g).
                                                                                     FR 16416
Hodge Foundry..................          OP-43-036           Mercer      3/31/99  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(a).
                                                                                     FR 16420
Resolite, A United Dominion Co.          OP-10-266           Butler     10/15/99  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(a).
                                                                         2/18/00     FR 16420
Consolidation Coal Co.--Coal            30-000-063           Greene      5/17/99  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(a).
 Preparation Plant.............                                                      FR 16420
Urick Foundry..................          OP-25-053             Erie     10/24/96  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(a).
                                                                                     FR 16420
Keystone Sanitary Landfill, Inc            35-0014       Lackawanna      4/19/99  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(a).
                                                                                     FR 16420
Grinnell Corporation...........            36-2019        Lancaster      6/30/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(a).
                                                                                     FR 16420
Buck Company Inc...............            36-2035        Lancaster       8/1/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(a).
                                                                                     FR 16420
Owens-Brockway Glass Container,          OP-16-010          Clarion      3/27/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
 Inc...........................                                          5/31/95     FR 16423
Alcoa Extrusion, Inc...........            54-0022       Schuylkill      4/19/99  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
Pennsylvania Electric Company..         32-000-059          Indiana     12/29/94  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
National Gypsum Company........         OP-60-0003            Union      1/17/96  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
Stoney Creek Technologies, LLC.         OP-23-0002         Delaware      7/24/03  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
Northeastern Power Company.....            54-0008       Schuylkill      5/26/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
Texas Eastern Transmission                 22-2010          Dauphin      1/31/97  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
 Corporation...................                                                      FR 16423
The Miller Group...............            54-0024        Schuykill       2/1/99  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
CNG Transmission Corporation...         32-000-129          Indiana      6/22/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
I.H.F.P., Inc..................        OP-49-0010A   Northumberland       1/7/98  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
National Forge Company.........          OP-62-032           Warren      5/31/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
United Refining Company........          OP-62-017           Warren      5/31/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                        11/14/96     FR 16423
Petrowax Refining..............          OP-42-110           McKean       3/4/96  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                         5/31/96     FR 16423
Westvaco Corporation...........            07-2008            Blair      9/29/95  3/31/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(f).
                                                                                     FR 16423
Naval Surface Warfare Center,             PA-04108     Philadelphia     10/18/04  4/29/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(j).
 Caderock Division Ship Systems                                                      FR 22257
 Engineering Station...........
R.H. Sheppard Co., Inc.........            67-2016             York       8/4/95  8/24/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(i).
                                                                                     FR 49496
Wheatland Tube Company.........          OP-43-182           Mercer      7/26/95  8/24/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(i).
                                                                                     FR 49496
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline           OP-53-0006           Potter     10/13/95  8/24/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(i).
 Corporation...................                                                      FR 49496

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Transcontinental Gas Pipeline           OP-19-0004         Columbia      5/30/95  8/24/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(i).
 Corporation...................                                                      FR 49496
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline          PA-41-0005A         Lycoming       8/9/95  8/24/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(i).
 Corporation...................                                                      FR 49496
Molded Fiber Glass.............          OP-25-035             Erie      7/30/99  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(k).
                                                                                     FR 65842
Erie Forge and Steel, Inc......          OP-25-924             Erie      2/10/00  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(k).
                                                                                     FR 65842
OSRAM SYLVANIA Products, Inc...         OP-59-0007            Tioga      1/22/98  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(k).
                                                                                     FR 65842
Owens-Brockway Glass Container.          OP-33-002        Jefferson     11/23/98  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(k).
                                                                                     FR 65842
Texas Eastern Transmission              32-000-230          Indiana      9/25/95  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(k).
 Corporation...................                                                      FR 65842
SKF, USA, Incorporated.........          67-02010A             York      7/19/00  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(k).
                                                                                     FR 65842
Johnstown America Corporation..         11-000-288          Cambria      1/13/99  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(k).
                                                                                     FR 65842
SGL Carbon Corporation.........          OP-24-131              Elk      5/12/95  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(e).
                                                                         5/31/95     FR 65845
Salem Tube, Inc................          OP-43-142           Mercer      2/16/99  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(e).
                                                                                     FR 65845
Dominion Trans, Inc............           18-00006          Clinton      6/15/99  11/1/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(e).
                                                                         9/29/03     FR 65845
Waste Management Disposal               OP-46-0033           Berks;      4/20/99  11/2/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(b).
 Services of Pennsylvania                                Montgomery      1/27/04     FR 66261
 (Pottstown Landfill)..........
Waste Management Disposal                 67-02047             York      4/20/99  11/2/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(b).
 Services of PA, Inc...........                                                      FR 66261
Armstrong World Industries, Inc            36-2001        Lancaster       7/3/99  11/2/05, 70  52.2020(d)(1)(b).
                                                                                     FR 66261
Cogentrix of Pennsylvania Inc..  OP-33-137, PA-33-        Jefferson      1/27/98   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                   302-014, OP-33-                      11/15/90     FR 11514
                                   302-014, PA 33-                       5/31/93
                                   399-004, OP 33-                      10/31/98
                                           399-004                       5/31/93
Scrubgrass Generating Company,          OP-61-0181          Venango      4/30/98   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
 LP............................                                                      FR 11514
Wheelabrator Frackville Energy           OP-54-005       Schuylkill      9/18/98   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
 Co............................                                                      FR 11514
Indiana University of                OP-32-000-200          Indiana      9/24/98   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
 Pennsylvania--S.W. Jack                                                             FR 11514
 Cogeneration Facility.........
Fleetwood Motor Homes..........         OP-49-0011   Northumberland     10/30/98   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                                                                     FR 11514
Piney Creek, LP................         OP-16-0127          Clarion     12/18/98   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                                                                     FR 11514
Statoil Energy Power Paxton, LP        OP-22-02015          Dauphin      6/30/99   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                                                                     FR 11514
Harrisburg Steamworks..........        OP-22-02005          Dauphin      3/23/99   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                                                                     FR 11514
Cove Shoe Company..............        OP-07-02028            Blair       4/7/99   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                                                                     FR 11514
PP&L--Fichbach C.T. Facility...         OP-54-0011       Schuylkill       6/1/99   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                                                                     FR 11514
PP&L--Allentown C.T. Facility..         OP-39-0009           Lehigh       6/1/99   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                                                                     FR 11514
PP&L--Harwood C.T. Facility....         OP-40-0016          Luzerne       6/1/99   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                                                                     FR 11514
PP&L--Jenkins C.T. Facility....         OP-40-0017          Luzerne       6/1/99   3/8/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(l).
                                                                                     FR 11514

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The International Metals                 OP-37-243         Lawrence       8/9/00  3/31/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(m).
 Reclamation Co................                                                      FR 16235
Petrowax, PA, Inc..............          PA 61-020          Venango       1/2/96  3/31/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(m).
                                                                                     FR 16235
Pennsylvania Electric Company..      OP-32-000-059          Indiana     12/29/94    04/28/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(n).
                                                                                  71 FR 25070
The Harrisburg Authority.......         OP-22-2007          Dauphin      1/02/95    04/28/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(n).
                                                                                  71 FR 25070
Texas Eastern Transmission Corp        OP-50-02001            Perry      4/12/99    04/28/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(n).
                                                                                  71 FR 25070
Graybec Lime, Inc..............          OP14-0004           Centre      4/16/99    04/28/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(n).
                                                                                  71 FR 25070
Techneglas, Inc................        OP-40-0009A          Luzerne      1/29/99    04/28/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(n).
                                                                                  71 FR 25070
DLM Foods (formerly Heinz USA).             CO 211        Allegheny       3/8/96    05/11/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(o).
                                                                                  71 FR 27394
NRG Energy Center (formerly                  CO220        Allegheny       3/4/96    05/11/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(o).
 Pittsburgh Thermal Limited                                                       71 FR 27394
 Partnership)..................
Tasty Baking Oxford, Inc.......         OP-15-0104          Chester      5/12/04    05/11/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(o).
                                                                                  71 FR 27394
Silberline Manufacturing                OP-13-0014           Carbon      4/19/99    05/11/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(o).
 Company.......................                                                   71 FR 27394
Adhesives Research, Inc........         OP-67-2007             York       7/1/95    05/11/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(o).
                                                                                  71 FR 27394
Mohawk Flush Doors, Inc........         OP-49-0001   Northumberland      1/20/99    05/11/06,  52.2020(d)(1)(o).
                                                                                  71 FR 27394
Bigbee Steel and Tank Company..            36-2024        Lancaster       7/7/95  6/13/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(p).
                                                                                     FR 34011
Conoco Phillips Company........         OP-23-0003         Delaware      4/29/04  6/13/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(p).
                                                                                     FR 34011
The Hershey Company............          22-02004B          Dauphin     12/23/05  6/13/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(p).
                                                                                     FR 34011
LORD Corporation, Cambridge              OP-20-123         Crawford      7/27/95  6/13/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(p).
 Springs.......................                                                      FR 34011
Pittsburgh Corning Corporation.          PA-42-009           McKean      5/31/95  6/13/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(p).
                                                                                     FR 34011
Small Tube Manufacturing, LLC..           07-02010            Blair      2/27/06  6/13/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(p).
                                                                                     FR 34011
Texas Eastern Transmission              30-000-077           Greene       1/3/97  6/13/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(p).
 Corporation, Holbrook                                                               FR 34011
 Compressor Station............
Willamette Industries,                   OP-24-009              Elk      5/23/95  6/13/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(p).
 Johnsonburgh Mill.............                                                      FR 34011
American Refining Group, Inc...          OP-42-004           McKean     11/23/98  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259
Bellefonte Lime Company........         OP-14-0002           Centre     10/19/98  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259
Butter Krust Baking Company,            OP-49-0006   Northumberland      11/5/96  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
 Inc...........................                                                      FR 34259
Carnegie Natural Gas Company...         30-000-106           Greene      9/22/95  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259
Caterpillar, Inc...............            67-2017             York       8/1/95  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259
Gencorp, Inc...................            54-0009        Schuykill      5/31/96  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259
Harris Semiconductor...........        OP-40-0001A          Luzerne      4/16/99  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259
Merisol Antioxidants LLC.......        OP-61-00011          Venango      4/18/05  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259
Norcon Power Partners, L.P.....          OP-25-923             Erie      9/21/95  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259
Triangle Pacific Corp..........            34-2001          Juniata      5/31/95  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259

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Viking Energy of Northumberland         OP-49-0004   Northumberland      5/30/95  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
 Limited Partnership...........                                                      FR 34259
White Cap, Inc.................            40-0004          Luzerne      7/20/95  6/14/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(q).
                                                                                     FR 34259
Carlisle Tire & Rubber Company.            21-2003       Cumberland      3/10/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(t).
                                                                                     FR 38993
The Carbide/Graphite Group, Inc          OP-24-012              Elk      5/12/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(t).
                                                                                     FR 38993
Celotex Corporation............         OP-49-0013   Northumberland      6/18/99  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(t).
                                                                                     FR 38993
American Railcar Industries,            OP-49-0012   Northumberland     11/29/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(t).
 Inc. Shippers Car Line                                                              FR 38993
 Division......................
ACF Industries, Inc............         OP-49-0009   Northumberland     12/12/96  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(t).
                                                                                     FR 38993
New Holland North America, Inc.            36-2028        Lancaster     10/17/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(t).
                                                                                     FR 38993
Allsteel, Inc..................           40-001-5          Luzerne      5/26/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(t).
                                                                                     FR 38993
Ball-Foster Glass Container Co.          OP-42-028           McKean       7/7/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(t).
                                                                         3/31/99     FR 38993
Pennsylvania Power & Light              OP-21-2009       Cumberland       6/7/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(r).
 Company--West Shore...........                                                      FR 38995
Foster Wheeler Mt. Carmel, Inc.         OP-49-0002   Northumberland      6/30/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(r).
                                                                                     FR 38995
Metropolitan Edison Company--           OP-48-0006      Northampton     12/14/94  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(r).
 Portland......................                                                      FR 38995
Pennsylvania Power & Light              OP-41-0004         Lycoming      6/13/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(r).
 Company.......................                                                      FR 38995
Pennsylvania Power & Light              OP-18-0006          Clinton      6/13/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(r).
 Company.......................                                                      FR 38995
Texas Eastern Transmission              OP-34-2002          Juniata      1/31/97  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(r).
 Corporation...................                                                      FR 38995
Pennsylvania Power & Light              OP-48-0011      Northampton     12/19/94  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(r).
 Company.......................                                                      FR 38995
Johnstown Corporation..........      OP-11-000-034          Cambria      6/23/95  7/11/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(r).
                                                                                     FR 38995
Koppers Industries, Inc........         OP-41-0008         Lycoming      3/30/99  7/13/06, 71  52.2020(d)(1)(s).
                                                                                     FR 39572
Armstrong World Industries, Inc         OP-36-2002        Lancaster     10/31/96   6/8/07, 72  52.2020(d)(1)(u).
                                                                                     FR 31749
Peoples Natural Gas Company....          OP-16-124          Clarion      8/11/99   6/8/07, 72  52.2020(d)(1)(u).
                                                                                     FR 31749
Dart Container Corporation.....         OP-36-2015        Lancaster      8/31/95   6/8/07, 72  52.2020(d)(1)(u).
                                                                                     FR 31749
AT&T Microelectronics..........         OP-39-0001           Lehigh      5/19/95   6/8/07, 72  52.2020(d)(1)(u).
                                                                                     FR 31749
West Penn Power Co.............      OP-30-000-099           Greene      5/17/99   6/8/07, 72  52.2020(d)(1)(u).
                                                                                     FR 31749
Merck and Co., Inc.............        OP-49-0007B   Northumberland      5/16/01   3/4/08, 73  52.2020(d)(1)(v).
                                                                                     FR 11553
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                  (2) EPA-Approved Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) Emissions Trading Programs
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Additional
                                                                     State        EPA approval     explanation/
       Name of source            Permit No.         County      effective date        date        Sec. 52.2063
                                                                                                     citation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
National Can Company Fres-co  85-524.........  Bucks..........          3/1/85  4/21/88, 53 FR   (c)(68);
 Systems, USA Inc. Paramount  85-525.........                                    13121.           transfer of
 Packaging Corp.                                                                                  offsets from
                                                                                                  NCCo to Fresco
                                                                                                  and Paramount.
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                       (3) EPA-Approved Source Specific Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Additional
                                                                     State        EPA approval     explanation/
       Name of source            Permit No.         County      effective date        date        Sec. 52.2063
                                                                                                     citation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
USX Corporation, Clairton     200............  Allegheny......        11/17/94  8/18/95, 60 FR   (c)(99).
 Coke Works.                                                                     43012.
Reliant Energy Mid-Atlantic   SO2-62-00012...  Warren.........        11/21/01  1/17/03, 68 FR   (c)(190)(i)(C)(
 Power Holdings LLC, Warren                                                      2459.            1).
 Generating Station.
United Refining Company.....  SO2-62-017E....  Warren.........         6/11/01  1/17/03, 68 FR   (c)(190)(i)(C)(
                                                                                 2459.            2).
Trigen-Philadelphia Energy    SO2-95-002.....  Philadelphia...         7/27/00  9/9/02, 67 FR    (c)(193)(i)(B)(
 Corporation.                                                                    57155.           1).
Grays Ferry Cogeneration      SO2-95-002A....  Philadelphia...         7/27/00  9/9/02, 67 FR    (c)(193)(i)(B)(
 Partnership.                                                                    57155.           2).
PECO Energy Company,          SO2-95-006.....  Philadelphia...         7/27/00  9/9/02, 67 FR    (c)(193)(i)(B)(
 Schuylkill Generating                                                           57155.           3).
 Station.
Sunoco, Inc. (R&M)            SO2-95-039.....  Philadelphia...         7/27/00  9/9/02, 67 FR    (c)(193)(i)(B)(
 Philadelphia Refinery.                                                          57155.           4).
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                            (4) EPA-Approved Source Specific Leade (Pb) Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                                    Additional
                                                                     State        EPA approval     explanation/
       Name of source            Permit No.         County      effective date        date        Sec. 52.2063
                                                                                                     citation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
East Penn Manufacturing Corp  [None].........  Berks..........         5/29/84  7/27/84, 49 FR   (c)(62).
                                                                                 30179.
General Battery Corporation.  [None].........  Berks..........         5/29/84  7/27/84, 49 FR   (c)(62)
                                                                                 30179.
Tonolli Corporation (Closed)  [None].........  Carbon.........         5/29/84  7/27/84, 49 FR   (c)(62).
                                                                                 30179.
Franklin Smelting and         [None].........  Philadelphia...         9/21/94  12/20/96, 61 FR  (c)(112).
 Refining Corporation.                                                           67275.
MDC Industries, Inc.........  [None].........  Philadelphia...         9/21/94  12/20/96, 61 FR  (c)(112).
                                                                                 67275.
Anzon, Inc..................  [None].........  Philadelphia...         9/21/94  12/20/96, 61 FR  (c)(112).
                                                                                 67275.
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    (e) EPA-approved nonregulatory and quasi-regulatory material

                          (1) EPA-Approved Nonregulatory and Quasi-Regulatory Material
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                             State
    Name of non-regulatory SIP           Applicable        submittal    EPA approval date        Additional
             revision                  geographic area       date                                explanation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Sulfur Dioxide Attainment           Conewego, Pleasant,      8/20/01  1/17/03, 68 FR 2454.  52.2033(b).
 Demonstration.                      and Glade
                                     Townships; City of
                                     Warren (Warren Co.).
Sulfur Dioxide Attainment           Allegheny County--       8/15/03  7/21/04, 69 FR 43522  52.2033(c).
 Demonstration.                      sulfur dioxide area
                                     defined in 40 CFR
                                     81.339.

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Photochemical Assessment            Philadelphia-            9/23/94  9/11/95, 60 FR 47081  52.2035.
 Monitoring Stations (PAMS)          Wilmington-Trenton
 Program.                            Ozone Nonattainment
                                     Area.
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory-- Philadelphia County.      9/8/95  1/30/96, 61 FR 2982.  52.2036(a).
 Carbon Monoxide.                                           10/30/95
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory-- Pittsburgh-Beaver        3/22/96  4/3/01, 66 FR 17634.  52.2036(d).
 VOC.                                Valley Ozone            2/18/97
                                     Nonattainment Area.     7/22/98
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory-- Reading Area (Berks      1/28/97  5/7/97, 62 FR 24846.  52.2036(e).
 VOC, CO, NOX.                       County).
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory-- Philadelphia-            9/12/96  6/9/97, 62 FR 31343.  52.2036(i).
 VOC.                                Wilmington-Trenton
                                     Ozone Nonattainment
                                     Area.
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory-- Philadelphia-            7/31/98  6/17/99, 64 FR 32422  52.2036(l).
 NOX.                                Wilmington-Trenton
                                     Ozone Nonattainment
                                     Area.
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory-- Pittsburgh-Beaver        3/22/96  10/19/01, 66 FR       52.2036(m).
 NOX.                                Valley Ozone            2/18/97   53094.
                                     Nonattainment Area.
1990 Base Year Emission Inventory-- City of Pittsburgh-     11/12/92  11/12/02, 67 FR       52.2036(n).
 Carbon Monoxide.                    CBD & Oakland.          8/17/01   68521.
Post 1996 Rate of Progress Plan...  Philadelphia-            7/31/98  10/26/01, 66 FR       52.2037(i).
                                     Wilmington-Trenton      2/25/00   54143.
                                     Ozone Nonattainment
                                     Area.
One-Hour Ozone Attainment           Philadelphia-            4/30/98  10/26/01, 66 FR       52.2037(j).
 Demonstration.                      Wilmington-Trenton      8/21/98   54143.
                                     Ozone Nonattainment     2/25/00
                                     Area.                   7/19/01
Mobile Budgets for Post-1996 and    Philadelphia-            2/25/00  10/26/01, 66 FR       52.2037(k).
 2005 attainment plans.              Wilmington-Trenton                54143.
                                     Ozone Nonattainment
                                     Area.
                                                             2/23/04  5/21/04, 69 FR 29238  52.2037(k).
15% Rate of Progress Plan.........  Pittsburgh-Beaver        3/22/96  4/3/01, 66 FR 17634.  52.2038(a).
                                     Valley Ozone            2/18/97
                                     Nonattainment Area.     7/22/98
15% Rate of Progress Plan.........  Philadelphia-            9/12/96  8/24/01, 66 FR 44547  52.2038(b).
                                     Wilmington-Trenton      4/10/97
                                     Ozone Nonattainment      6/5/98
                                     Area.
Control of Asphalt Paving Material  Defined 16-county        5/20/77  10/6/77, 42 FR 54417  52.1120(c)(15),
 (Emission offset).                  area in Western PA      7/15/77                         52.2054.
                                     and Southwestern PA.
Particulate matter SIP............  Allegheny County--        1/6/94  9/8/98, 63 FR 47434.  52.2059.
                                     Clairton PM10
                                     nonattainment area.
Small Business Assistance Program.  Statewide...........      2/1/93  1/6/95, 60 FR 1738..  52.2060.
Source Testing Manual.............  Allegheny County....     9/10/79  10/21/81, 46 FR       52.2063(c)(4).
                                                                       51607.
Ozone Nonattainment Plan..........  Statewide...........     4/24/79  5/20/80, 46 FR 33607  52.2063(c)(22).
Non-regulatory measures...........  Southwest Pa. AQCR..     9/17/79  5/20/80, 46 FR 33607  52.2063(c)(30).
Air Quality Monitoring Network....  Statewide (except        1/25/80  8/5/81, 46 FR 39822.  52.2063(c)(34).
                                     Allegheny County).
Attainment plan for sulfur dioxide  Armstrong County....      4/9/81  8/18/81, 46 FR 43423  52.2063(c)(36).
Air Quality Monitoring Network....  Allegheny County....    12/24/80  9/15/81, 46 FR 45762  52.2063(c)(38).
Expanded Ridesharing Program......  Metro. Philadelphia      12/9/81  10/7/82, 47 FR 44259  52.2063(c)(46).
                                     AQCR.
Lead (Pb) SIP.....................  Allegheny County....      9/6/83  2/6/84, 49 FR 4379..  52.2063(c)(59).
Lead (Pb) SIP.....................  Philadelphia........     8/29/83  8/1/84, 49 FR 30696.  52.2063(c)(61).
                                                             5/15/84
Lead (Pb) SIP.....................  Statewide (except        9/30/82  7/27/84, 49 FR 30179  52.2063(c)(62).
                                     Philadelphia and         6/8/84
                                     Allegheny Counties).
Ozone and Carbon Monoxide Plan....  Metro. Philadelphia      6/30/82  2/26/85, 45 FR 7772.  52.2063(c)(63).
                                     AQCR.                  10/24/83
Ozone and Carbon Monoxide Plan....  Southwestern Pa AQCR     6/30/82  2/26/85, 45 FR 7772.  52.2063(c)(63).
                                                            10/24/83
Ozone and Carbon Monoxide Plan....  Allentown-Bethlehem-     6/30/82  2/26/85, 45 FR 7772.  52.2063(c)(63).
                                     Easton Air Basin.      10/24/83
Carbon Monoxide Maintenance Plan..  Philadelphia County.  9/8/95, 10/ 1/30/96, 61 FR 2982.  52.2063(c)(105).
                                                               30/95

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                                                              9/3/04  4/04/05, 70 FR 16958  Revised Carbon
                                                                                             Monoxide
                                                                                             Maintenance Plan
                                                                                             Base Year Emissions
                                                                                             Inventory using
                                                                                             MOBILE6.
                                                             3/19/07  10/5/07, 72 FR 56911  Conversion of the
                                                                                             Carbon Monoxide
                                                                                             Maintenance Plan to
                                                                                             a Limited
                                                                                             Maintenance Plan
                                                                                             Option.
Source Testing Manual.............  Statewide...........    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR 39597  52.2063(c)(110)(i)(D
                                                                                             ); cross-referenced
                                                                                             in Section 139.5.
Continuous Source Testing Manual..  Statewide...........    11/26/94  7/30/96, 61 FR 39597  52.2063(c)(110)
                                                                                             (i)(D); cross-
                                                                                             referenced in
                                                                                             Section 139.5.
Ozone Maintenance Plan............  Reading Area (Berks      1/28/97  5/7/97, 62 FR 24846.  52.2063(c)(123).
                                     County).
                                                            12/09/03  2/26/04, 68 FR 8824.  52.2063(c)(222).
Ozone Maintenance Plan............  Pittsburgh-Beaver        5/21/01  10/19/01, 66 FR       52.2063(c)(188).
                                     Valley Ozone                      53094.
                                     Nonattainment Area.
                                                             4/11/03  8/5/03, 68 FR 46099.  52.2063(c)(210).
                                                             4/22/04  12/10/04, 69 FR       52.2063(c)(226).
                                                                       71212.
Carbon Monoxide Maintenance Plan..  City of Pittsburgh--     8/17/01  11/12/02, 67 FR       52.2063(c)(189).
                                     CBD & Oakland.                    68521.
PM10 Maintenance Plan.............  Allegheny County--       9/14/02  9/11/03, 68 FR 53515  52.2063(c)(215).
                                     Clairton PM10
                                     nonattainment area.
Sulfur Dioxide Maintenance Plan...  Allegheny County--       8/15/03  7/21/04, 69 FR 43522  52.2063(c)(216)(i)(B
                                     sulfur dioxide area                                     ).
                                     defined in 40 CFR
                                     81.339.
Sulfur Dioxide Maintenance Plan...  Conewego, Pleasant,       5/7/04  7/1/04, 69 FR 39860.  52.2063(c)(224).
                                     and Glade
                                     Townships; City of
                                     Warren (Warren Co.).
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Lancaster Area           9/20/06  7/6/07, 72 FR 36889.
 2002 Base Year Emissions            (Lancaster County).    11/08/06
 Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Tioga County........    9/28/06,  7/6/07, 72 FR 36892.
 2002 Base Year Emissions                                   11/14/06
 Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Franklin County Area     9/20/06  7/25/07, 72 FR
 2002 Base Year Emissions            (Franklin County).     11/08/06   40746.
 Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Harrisburg-Lebanon-      3/27/07  7/25/07, 72 FR
 2002 Base Year Emissions            Carlisle, PA:                     40749.
 Inventory.                          Cumberland County,
                                     Dauphin County,
                                     Lebanon County,
                                     Perry County.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Johnstown (Cambria       3/27/07  8/1/07, 72 FR 41903.  Correction Notice
 2002 Base Year Emissions            County).                                                published 3/4/08,
 Inventory.                                                                                  73 FR 11560.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Blair County........      2/8/07  8/1/07, 72 FR 41906.
 2002 Base Year Emissions
 Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Reading Area (Berks      1/25/07  8/24/07, 72 FR 41906  Correction Notice
 2002 Base Year Emissions            County).                                                published 1/14/08,
 Inventory.                                                                                  73 FR 2162.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Erie County.........     4/24/07  10/9/07, 72 FR 57207  Correction Notices
 2002 Base Year Emissions                                                                    published 1/14/08,
 Inventory.                                                                                  73 FR 2162; and 3/4/
                                                                                             08, 73 FR 11560.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Mercer County.......     3/27/07  10/19/07, 72 FR       Correction Notices
 2002 Base Year Emissions                                              59213.                published 1/14/08,
 Inventory.                                                                                  73 FR 2162; and 3/4/
                                                                                             08, 73 FR 11560.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   State College            6/12/07  11/14/07, 72 FR
 2002 Base Year Emissions            (Centre County).                  63990.
 Inventory.

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8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Scranton/Wilkes-         6/12/07  11/14/07, 72 FR
 2002 Base Year Emissions            Barre Area:                       64948.
 Inventory.                          Lackawanna,
                                     Luzerne, Monroe and
                                     Wyoming Counties.
                                                             4/21/08  8/11/09, 74 FR
                                                                       40083..
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan for   York-Adams Counties      6/14/07  1/14/08, 73 FR 2163.
 the York-Adams, PA Area.            Area.
                                                             5/23/08  8/13/09, 74 FR
                                                                       40747..
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Allentown-Bethlehem-     6/26/07  3/4/08, 73 FR 11557.  Technical correction
 2002 Base Year Emissions            Easton Area:             8/9/07                         dated 8/9/07
 Inventory.                          Carbon, Lehigh and                                      addresses omitted
                                     Northampton                                             emissions inventory
                                     Counties.                                               information from 6/
                                                                                             26/07 submittals.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Wayne County........    12/17/07  6/6/08, 73 FR 32238.
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Warren County.......    12/17/07  6/30/08, 73 FR 36802
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Columbia County.....    12/17/07  7/2/08, 73 FR 37840.
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Susquehanna County..    12/17/07  7/2/08, 73 FR 37841.
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Crawford County.....    12/17/07  7/2/08, 73 FR 37843.
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Somerset County.....    12/17/07  7/2/08, 73 FR 37844.
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Snyder County.......    12/17/07  7/18/08, 73 FR
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.                                             41271.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Juniata County......    12/17/07  7/18/08, 73 FR
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.                                             41272.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Lawrence County.....    12/17/07  7/18/08, 73 FR
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.                                             41274.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Northumberland          12/17/07  7/18/08, 73 FR
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.           County.                           41275.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Pike County.........    12/17/07  7/21/08, 73 FR
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.                                             42263.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Schuylkill County...    12/17/07  8/8/08, 73 FR 46200.
 2002 Base-Year Inventory.
2002 Base-Year Inventory..........  Pittsburgh-Beaver        4/26/07  11/17/08, 73 FR       The SIP effective
                                     Valley                            67776.                date is 12/17/08.
                                     Nonattainment Area:
                                     Allegheny,
                                     Armstrong, Beaver,
                                     Butler, Fayette,
                                     Washington, and
                                     Westmoreland
                                     counties.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Greene County.......  1/25/07, 5/ 3/19/09, 74 FR
 2002 Base Year Emissions                                      23/08   11671..
 Inventory.
8-Hour Ozone Maintenance Plan and   Clearfield/Indiana    6/14/07, 5/ 3/19/09, 74 FR
 2002 Base Year Emissions            Area: Clearfield          23/08   11677..
 Inventory.                          and Indiana
                                     Counties.
Transportation Conformity           Entire State........     5/29/08  4/29/09, 74 FR 19451  Memoranda of
 Requirements.                                                                               Understanding
                                                                                             between EPA, FHWA,
                                                                                             FTA, Pennsylvania,
                                                                                             Virginia, and
                                                                                             eighteen
                                                                                             Metropolitan and
                                                                                             Rural Planning
                                                                                             Organizations.

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Reasonable Further Progress Plan    Pennsylvania portion    8/29/07,  2/7/11, 76 FR 6559..
 (RFP), Reasonably Available         of the Philadelphia-  12/10/09,
 Control Measures, and RFP           Wilmington-Atlantic    4/12/10)
 Contingency Measures.               City, PA-DE-MD-NJ
                                     1997 8-hour ozone
                                     moderate
                                     nonattainment area.
2002 Base Year Emissions Inventory  Pennsylvania portion    8/29/07,  2/7/11, 76 FR 6559..
 for Volatile Organic Compounds      of the Philadelphia-  12/10/09,
 (VOC), Nitrogen Oxides (NOX), and   Wilmington-Atlantic     4/12/10
 Carbon Monoxide (CO).               City, PA-DE-MD-NJ
                                     1997 8-hour ozone
                                     moderate
                                     nonattainment area.
2008 RFP Transportation Conformity  Pennsylvania portion    8/29/07,  2/7/11, 76 FR 6559..
 Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets.     of the Philadelphia-  12/10/09,
                                     Wilmington-Atlantic     4/12/10
                                     City, PA-DE-MD-NJ
                                     1997 8-hour ozone
                                     moderate
                                     nonattainment area.
Revision of the Quality Assurance   Non-I/M Program          5/22/09  6/6/11, 76 FR 32321.  Applicable to SIP-
 Protocol for the Safety             Region, Counties                                        approved safety
 Inspection Program in Non-I/M       of: Adams,                                              inspection program
 Counties.                           Armstrong, Bedford,                                     regulation for non-
                                     Bradford, Butler,                                       I/M counties at
                                     Cameron, Carbon,                                        Title 67, Part 1,
                                     Clarion,                                                Chapter 175.
                                     Clearfield,
                                     Clinton, Columbia,
                                     Crawford, Elk,
                                     Fayette, Forest,
                                     Franklin, Fulton,
                                     Greene, Huntingdon,
                                     Indiana, Jefferson,
                                     Juniata, Lawrence,
                                     McKean, Mifflin,
                                     Monroe, Montour,
                                     Northumberland,
                                     Perry, Pike,
                                     Potter, Schuylkill,
                                     Snyder, Somerset,
                                     Sullivan,
                                     Susquehanna, Tioga,
                                     Union, Venango,
                                     Warren, Wayne, and
                                     Wyoming.
Regional Haze Plan................  Statewide...........    12/20/10  7/13/12, 77 FR 41279  Sec. 52.2042;
                                                                                             Limited Approval.
1997 PM2.5 NAAQS Attainment         Pennsylvania portion  4/12/10, 8/ 8/27/12, 77 FR        Revised 2009 Motor
 Demonstration, 2002 Base Year       of the Philadelphia- 3/12,1/29/   51930, 4/3/13, 78     Vehicle Emission
 Emissions Inventory, Contingency    Wilmington, PA-NJ-           13   FR 19991.             Budgets. The SIP
 Measures and Motor Vehicle          DE PM2.5                                                effective date is
 Emission Budgets for 2009.          Nonattainment Area.                                     April 3, 2013.
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure    Statewide...........  12/7/07, 6/ 9/25/12, 77 FR 58955  This action
 Requirements for the 1997 8-Hour                               6/08                         addresses the
 Ozone NAAQS.                                                                                following CAA
                                                                                             elements or
                                                                                             portions thereof:
                                                                                             110(a)(2)(A), (B),
                                                                                             (C), (D), (E), (F),
                                                                                             (G), (H), (J), (K),
                                                                                             (L), and (M).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure    Statewide...........  12/7/07, 6/ 9/25/12, 77 FR 58955  This action
 Requirements for the 1997 PM2.5                          6/08, 4/26/                        addresses the
 NAAQS.                                                           10                         following CAA
                                                                                             elements or
                                                                                             portions thereof:
                                                                                             110(a)(2)(A), (B),
                                                                                             (C), (D), (E), (F),
                                                                                             (G), (H), (J), (K),
                                                                                             (L), and (M).
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure    Statewide...........  4/26/10, 5/ 9/25/12, 77 FR 58955  This action
 Requirements for the 2006 PM2.5                               24/11                         addresses the
 NAAQS.                                                                                      following CAA
                                                                                             elements or
                                                                                             portions thereof:
                                                                                             110(a)(2)(A), (B),
                                                                                             (C), (D), E), (F),
                                                                                             (G), (H), (J), (K),
                                                                                             (L), and (M).
2002 Base Year Emissions Inventory  Pittsburgh-Beaver       11/10/09  12/13/12, 77 FR       52.2036(p)
 for the 1997 fine particulate       Valley, PA.                       74115.
 matter (PM2.5 ) standard.

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Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure    Allegheny County....      7/1/08  2/28/13, 78 FR 13493  This action
 Requirements for the 1997 8-Hour                                                            addresses the PSD
 Ozone NAAQS.                                                                                related elements of
                                                                                             the following CAA
                                                                                             requirements:
                                                                                             110(a)(2)(C),
                                                                                             (D)(i)(II), and (J)
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure    Allegheny County....      7/1/08  2/28/13, 78 FR 13493  This action
 Requirements for the 1997 PM2.5                                                             addresses the PSD
 NAAQS.                                                                                      related elements of
                                                                                             the following CAA
                                                                                             requirements:
                                                                                             110(a)(2)(C),
                                                                                             (D)(i)(II), and (J)
Section 110(a)(2) Infrastructure    Allegheny County....      7/1/08  2/28/13, 78 FR 13493  This action
 Requirements for the 2006 PM2.5                                                             addresses the PSD
 NAAQS.                                                                                      related elements of
                                                                                             the following CAA
                                                                                             requirements:
                                                                                             110(a)(2)(C),
                                                                                             (D)(i)(II), and (J)
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(2) EPA-Approved Source-Specific Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) Requirements for Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) and Oxides of Nitrogen
                                                           (NOX) Not Incorporated by Reference
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                     State
          Name of source                  Permit No.               County          submittal     EPA approval date        Additional explanation/Sec.
                                                                                      date                                     52.2063 citation
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
USX Corp./US Steel Group-Fairless   09-0006..............  Bucks................     8/11/95,  4/9/96, 61 FR 15709..  52.2036(b); 52.2037(c); source
 Hills.                                                                              11/15/95                          shutdown date is 8/1/91.
General Glass--Jeannette..........  65-0675..............  Westmoreland.........       7/5/95  05/16/96.............  52.2036(c); 52.2037(d).
                                                                                               61 FR 24727..........
Sharon Steel Company..............  43-0017..............  Mercer...............      12/8/95  12/20/96.............  52.2036(f); 52.2037(e).
                                                                                               61 FR 67275..........
R. R. Donnelley and Sons Co.--      36-2027..............  Lancaster............      9/20/95  07/21/97.............  52.2036(j).
 Lancaster East Plant.                                                                         62 FR 33891..........
Rockwell Heavy Vehicle, Inc.-New    37-065...............  Lawrence.............       4/8/98  4/16/99, 64 FR 18818.  52.2036(k); source shutdown date
 Castle Forge Plant.                                                                                                   is 4/1/93.
Pennsylvania Electric Co.--         07-2006..............  Blair................       8/1/95  12/20/96.............  52.2037(f); 52.2063(c)(113)(i)(A)
 (PENELEC)--Williamsburg Station.                                                              61 FR 67275..........   & (ii)(A).
Caparo Steel Company..............  43-0285..............  Mercer...............      12/8/95  12/20/96.............  52.2037(g).
                                                                                               61 FR 67275..........
Mercersburg Tanning Co............  28-2008..............  Franklin.............      4/26/95  3/12/97, 62 FR 11079.  52.2037(h);
                                                                                                                       52.2063(c)(114)(i)(A)(3) &
                                                                                                                       (ii)(A).
Duquesne Light Co.--Brunot Island   214..................  Allegheny............       3/5/01  10/18/01.............  52.2063(c)(161)(ii)(A).
 Station.                                                                                      66 FR 52867..........
Duquesne Light Co.--Phillips        212..................  Allegheny............      4/15/99  10/18/01.............  52.2063(c)(161)(ii)(B).
 Station.                                                                                      66 FR 52867..........
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[70 FR 9452, Feb. 25, 2005]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec. 
52.2020, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 34586, June 10, 2013, Sec. 52.2020 
was amended in the table in paragraph (e)(1) by adding an entry for RACT 
under the 8-hour ozone NAAQS for Allegheny County at the end of the 
table, effective July 10, 2013. For the convenience of the user, the 
added text is set forth as follows:



Sec. 52.2020  Identification of plan.

                                * * * * *

    (e) * * *
    (1) * * *

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                                                       State
   Name of non-regulatory SIP        Applicable      submittal           EPA approval date            Additional
            revision               geographic area      date                                         explanation
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
 
                                                  * * * * * * *
RACT under the 8-hour ozone      Allegheny County..     5/5/09  6/10/13 [Insert page number where    ...........
 NAAQS.                                                          the document begins]
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

                                * * * * *



Sec. 52.2021  Classification of regions.

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

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                               Pollutant
                                                      ----------------------------------------------------------
              Air quality control region               Particulate   Sulfur   Nitrogen   Carbon        Ozone
                                                          matter     oxides    dioxide  monoxide  (hydrocarbons)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Metropolitan Philadelphia Interstate.................           I          I       III         I             I
Northeast Pennsylvania-Upper Delaware Valley                    I         II       III       III           III
 Interstate..........................................
South Central Pennsylvania Intrastate................           I         II       III       III           III
Central Pennsylvania Intrastate......................           I        III       III       III           III
Southwest Pennsylvania Intrastate....................           I          I       III         I             I
Northwest Pennsylvania-Youngstown Interstate.........           I         II       III       III           III
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


[37 FR 10889, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 16347, May 8, 1974; 45 
FR 33627, May 20, 1980]



Sec. 52.2022  Extensions.

    (a) The Administrator hereby extends for 18 months the statutory 
timetable for submission of Pennsylvania's plan for attainment and 
maintenance of the secondary standards for sulfur oxides and particulate 
matter in the Southwest Pennsylvania Intrastate Region and in 
Pennsylvania's portion of the Metropolitan Philadelphia Interstate 
Region.
    (b) The Administrator hereby extends for 2 years the attainment date 
for the national standards for carbon monoxide in the Southwest 
Pennsylvania Intrastate Region, for 1 year the attainment date for the 
national standard for photochemical oxidants in the Southwest 
Pennsylvania Intrastate Region, and for 1 year the attainment date for 
the national standards for carbon monoxide in the Pennsylvania portion 
of the Metropolitan Philadelphia Interstate Region.
    (c) The Administrator hereby extends for 18 months, until July 1, 
1980, the statutory timetable for submission of Pennsylvania's plan for 
attainment and maintenance of the secondary national ambient air quality 
standard for particulate matter in Pennsylvania's portion of the 
Metropolitan Philadelphia Interstate Air Quality Control Region.
    (d) The Administrator hereby extends the attainment date for the 
national ambient air quality standard for ozone to December 31, 1987 for 
the following counties:

    Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Washington, Westmoreland, 
Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, Philadelphia, Lehigh, and 
Northampton.

    (e) The Administrator hereby extends the dates for attainment of the 
national ambient air quality standard for carbon monoxide to December 
31, 1987 in Philadelphia County and to December 31, 1985 in Allegheny 
County.

[37 FR 10889, May 31, 1972, as amended at 38 FR 32893, Nov. 28, 1973; 45 
FR 33627, May 20, 1980; 46 FR 43141, Aug. 27, 1981; 50 FR 7777, Feb. 26, 
1985]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2022 was 
removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2023  Approval status.

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

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    (b) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Pennsylvania'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 that the plan satisfies 
all requirements of Part D, Title 1, of the Clean Air Act as amended in 
1977, except as noted below.
    (c) [Reserved]
    (d) Limited approval/limited disapproval of revisions to the 
Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.82 pertaining to Stage II Vapor 
Recovery and the associated definition of gasoline dispensing facilities 
in Chapter 121.1 submitted on March 4, 1992, by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources. The Pennsylvania Stage II 
regulation is deficient in that it does not include the testing and 
certification procedures contained in EPA's October 1991 Stage II 
guidance documents (EPA-450/3-91-022a and EPA-450/3-91-022b).
    (e) Disapproval of the April 19, 1995 NOX RACT proposal 
for Pennsylvania Power Company--New Castle plant located in Lawrence 
County, Pennsylvania.
    (f)-(i) [Reserved]
    (j) The conditionally approved Pennsylvania enhanced I/M SIP 
revision (59 FR 44936) submitted on November 3, 1993 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources was converted to a disapproval by 
an April 13, 1995 letter from EPA to Pennsylvania.
    (k) [Reserved]

[38 FR 32893, Nov. 28, 1973, as amended at 45 FR 33627, May 20, 1980; 51 
FR 18440, May 20, 1986; 53 FR 31330, Aug. 18, 1988; 59 FR 6220, Feb. 10, 
1994; 59 FR 30304, June 13, 1994; 60 FR 47085, Sept. 11, 1995; 61 FR 
16062, Apr. 11, 1996; 63 FR 13794, Mar. 23, 1998; 63 FR 23673, Apr. 30, 
1998; 67 FR 68941, Nov. 14, 2002; 73 FR 62893, Oct. 22, 2008]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, in Sec. 52.2023, 
paragraphs (d), (e), and (j) were removed and reserved and paragraph (b) 
was revised, effective Aug. 5, 2013. For the convenience of the user, 
the revised text is set forth as follows:



Sec. 52.2023  Approval status.

                                * * * * *

    (b) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Pennsylvania'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 that the plan satisfies 
all requirements of part D, Title 1, of the Clean Air Act as amended in 
1977.



Sec. 52.2024  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 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.

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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.

[39 FR 34537, Sept. 26, 1974, as amended at 40 FR 55333, Nov. 28, 1975; 
51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2024 was 
removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2025  Legal authority.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter are not met, 
since section 5-1104 of the Philadelphia Home Rule Charter could, in 
some circumstances, prohibit the disclosure of emission data to the 
public. Therefore, section 5-1104 is disapproved.

[40 FR 55333, Nov. 28, 1975, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2025 was 
removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2026  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.2027  Approval status of Pennsylvania's Generic NOX and VOC 
RACT Rules.

    (a) Effective November 15, 2001, EPA removes the limited nature of 
its approval of 25 PA Code of Regulations, Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 
(see Sec. 52.2020 (c)(129)) as those regulations apply to the 
Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area. Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 of 
Pennsylvania's regulations are fully approved as they apply in 
Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington, and 
Westmoreland Counties, the seven counties that comprise the Pittsburgh-
Beaver Valley area.
    (b) Effective November 29, 2001, EPA removes the limited nature of 
its approval of 25 PA Code of Regulations, Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 
[see Sec. 52.2020 (c)(129)] as those regulations apply to the 
Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton area. Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 of 
Pennsylvania's regulations are fully approved as they apply in Bucks, 
Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties, the five 
counties that comprise the Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia 
area.
    (c) Effective November 21, 2008, EPA removes the limited nature of 
its approval of 25 PA Code of Regulations, Chapter 129.91 through 129.95 
as those regulations apply to the following areas: Adams, Bedford, 
Berks, Blair, Bradford, Cambria, Cameron, Carbon, Centre, Clarion, 
Clearfield, Clinton, Columbia, Crawford, Cumberland, Dauphin, Elk, Erie, 
Forest, Franklin, Fulton, Greene, Huntington, Indiana, Jefferson, 
Juniata, Lackawanna, Lancaster, Lawrence, Lebanon, Lehigh, Luzerne, 
Lycoming, McKean, Mercer, Mifflin, Monroe, Montour, Northampton, 
Northumberland, Perry, Pike, Potter, Schuylkill, Snyder, Somerset, 
Sullivan, Susquehanna, Tioga, Union, Venango, Warren, Wayne, Wyoming, 
and York Counties.

[66 FR 52534, Oct. 16, 2001, as amended at 66 FR 54699, Oct. 30, 2001; 
73 FR 62893, Oct. 22, 2008]



Sec. Sec. 52.2028-52.2029  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.2030  Source surveillance.

    (a)-(b) [Reserved]
    (c) The requirements of Sec. 51.212 of this chapter are not met 
because the plan does not provide procedures for obtaining and 
maintaining data on actual emission reductions achieved as a result of 
implementing transportation control measures.

[37 FR 10889, May 31, 1972, as amended at 37 FR 15088, July 27, 1972; 38 
FR 12701, May 14, 1973; 38 FR 16567, June 22, 1973; 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 
1986; 61 FR 16062, Apr. 11, 1996]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2030 was 
removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2031  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.2032  Intergovernmental cooperation.

    (a) The requirements of subpart M of this chapter are not met 
because the plan does not identify other State or

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local agencies or their responsibilities for implementing and carrying 
out designated portions of the plan.
    (b) The requirements of subpart M of this chapter are not met 
because the plan does not indicate that Pennsylvania will transmit to 
the neighboring States of Maryland, New York, and West Virginia data 
about factors which may significantly affect air quality in those 
States.

[38 FR 16568, June 22, 1973, as amended at 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2032 was 
removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2033  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides.

    (a) The revision to the control strategy resulting from the 
modification to the emission limitation applicable to the sources listed 
below or the change in the compliance date for such sources with the 
present emission limitation is hereby approved. All regulations cited 
are air pollution control regulations of the State, unless otherwise 
noted. (See Sec. 52.2036 for compliance schedule approvals and 
disapprovals pertaining to one or more of the sources listed below.)

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                Source                         Location           Regulation involved       Date of submittal
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Clairton Coke and Coal Works (U.S.     Allegheny County.......  Section 1809 (Article    12/14/72
 Steel).                                                         XVIII).
Industrial Boilers (U.S. Steel)......  ......do...............  ......do...............   Do.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (b) EPA approves the attainment demonstration State Implementation 
Plan for the Conewango Township, Pleasant Township, Glade Township, and 
City of Warren area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on December 26, 2001.
    (c) EPA approves the attainment demonstration State Implementation 
Plan for the Hazelwood and Monongahela River Valley areas of the 
Allegheny County Air Basin in Allegheny County, submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on August 15, 2003.

[38 FR 7459, Mar. 22, 1973, as amended at 68 FR 2459, Jan. 17, 2003; 69 
FR 43524, July 21, 2004]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, in Sec. 52.2033, 
paragraph (a) was removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2034  Attainment dates for national standards.

    With regard to Northumberland County, Snyder County, and Allegheny 
County, Pennsylvania has not submitted a plan, as of December 31, 1979, 
providing for the attainment and maintenance of the secondary sulfur 
dioxide (SO2) standards.

[61 FR 16062, Apr. 11, 1996]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2034 was 
removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2035  Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations (PAMS) 
Program.

    On September 23, 1994 Pennsylvania's Department of Environmental 
Resources (now known as the Department of Environmental Protection) 
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 
Pennsylvania SIP. As with all components of the SIP, Pennsylvania must 
implement the program as submitted and approved by EPA.

[60 FR 47084, Sept. 11, 1995]



Sec. 52.2036  Base year emissions inventory.

    (a) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania State 
Implementation Plan the 1990 base year carbon monoxide emission 
inventory for Philadelphia County, submitted by the Secretary, 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, on September 8, 
1995 and October 30, 1995. This submittal consists of the 1990 base year 
stationary, area, non-road mobile and

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on-road mobile emission inventories in Philadelphia County for the 
pollutant carbon monoxide (CO).
    (b) The U.S. Steel--Fairless Hills 1990 VOC and NOX 
emissions for six emission units (no. 3 blast furnace, no.1 open hearth 
furnace, no. 1 soaking pits and no. 2 soaking pits (units 1-8 and units 
9-16), and 80 in. hot strip mill), submitted August 11, 1995, are 
approved. U.S. Steel--Fairless Hills is located in Montgomery County, 
Pennsylvania, which is part of the Philadelphia severe ozone 
nonattainment area. The VOC and NOX 1990 emissions from the 
no. 3 blast furnace are zero for both pollutants. The VOC and 
NOX 1990 emissions from the no. 1 open hearth furnace are 6.9 
TPY and 455.5 TPY, respectively. The VOC and NOX emissions 
from the no. 1 soaking pits are 6.6 TPY and 91.8 TPY, respectively. The 
VOC and NOX emissions from the no. 2 soaking pits (units 1-8) 
are 1.10 TPY and 21.0 TPY, respectively. The VOC and NOX 
emissions from the no. 2 soaking pits (units 9-16) are 1.10 TPY and 21.0 
TPY, respectively. The VOC and NOX emissions from the 80 in. 
hot strip mill are 1.9 TPY and 688.6 TPY, respectively.
    (c) The 1990 NOX emissions for the no. 2 glass melting 
furnace at the General Glass--Jeannette plant, located in Westmoreland 
County, Pennsylvania is 508.2 tons per year. Westmoreland County is part 
of the Pittsburgh moderate ozone nonattainment area. The 1990 
NOX emissions for the four kilns (no. 1 through 4) is 11.8 
tons per year. This facility does not contain any other NOX 
emitting units.
    (d) EPA grants full approval to the 1990 VOC emission inventory for 
the Pittsburgh ozone nonattainment area, which was provided by 
Pennsylvania as an element of a March 22, 1996 submittal of the 15 
Percent Rate-of-Progress Plan for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone 
nonattainment area. Supplemental 1990 VOC inventory information and 
estimates were submitted by the Secretary of the Department of 
Environmental Protection on February 19, 1997 and on July 22, 1998, as 
formal amendments to the Pittsburgh 15 Percent Plan for Pittsburgh. EPA 
grants full approval to the final 1990 VOC emissions inventory estimates 
contained in Pennsylvania's July 22, 1998 SIP revision (which serves to 
supplement the 1990 VOC inventory information contained in 
Pennsylvania's March 22, 1996 and February 19, 1997 Pittsburgh-Beaver 
Valley 15% plan SIP revisions). The approved plan contains 1990 base 
year point, area, highway, and non-road mobile VOC emissions estimates 
for the 7-county Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment area 
(Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington, and 
Westmoreland Counties).
    (e) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) the 1990 base year emission inventories for 
the Reading, Pennsylvania area (Berks County) submitted by the Secretary 
of the Environment, on January 28, 1997. This submittal consists of the 
1990 base year point, area, non-road mobile, biogenic and on-road mobile 
source emission inventories in the area for the following pollutants: 
volatile organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO), and oxides of 
nitrogen (NOX).
    (f) Sharon Steel Company 1990 VOC and NOX emissions for 
three emission units (Blast Furnace Operations, Basic Oxygen Furnace 
Shop, Blast Furnace Casthouse), submitted June 10, 1996, are approved. 
Sharon Steel Company is located in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, which is 
in a marginal ozone nonattainment area. The 1990 VOC and NOX 
emissions from the Blast Furnace Operations (flame suppression, heaters 
and torpedo cars, flare stack, tuyeres) are 0.4 TPY and 49.3 TPY, 
respectively. The 1990 VOC and NOX emissions from the Basic 
Oxygen Furnace Shop (scrap preheating, ladle preheating and heaters) are 
1.4 TPY and 39.6 TPY, respectively. The 1990 VOC and NOX 
emissions from the Blast Furnace Casthouse are 205.4 TPY and 11.0 TPY, 
respectively.
    (g)-(h) [Reserved]
    (i) The 1990 VOC emission inventory for the Philadelphia ozone 
nonattainment area, submitted on September 12, 1996 by Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection, is approved, with the exception 
of the revisions to the emission inventory for those sources at United 
States Steel--Fairless that were approved in Sec. 52.2036 (b) on April 
9, 1996.

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    (j) EPA is approving Pennsylvania's request that the 1990 emissions 
inventory for VOCs from R.R. Donnelley & Sons--East Plant be corrected 
to accurately reflect the 1990 emissions. The 1990 baseyear VOC 
emissions inventory will be corrected to 864 tons. Justification for the 
change in VOC emissions is described as follows:
    (1) For rotogravure operations, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company (East 
Plant) initially assumed a 5% retention of solvent in the web, and then 
revised their assumption to 2% based on the amount of solvent actually 
being recovered by the six bed carbon adsorption system. Based on VOC 
emissions data submitted to PADEP for the year 1990, the actual VOC 
emissions from rotogravure operations was 794.51 tons. The figures were 
taken from data submitted to PADEP from the facility dated May 6, 1996 
(subsequently submitted to EPA from PADEP via letter dated December 13, 
1996).
    (2) For heatset web offset lithographic operations, boilers, and 
associated solvent cleaning equipment, R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company 
provided data calculating estimates for actual 1990 VOC emissions of 
69.83 tons. The figures were taken from the facility's RACT proposal 
submitted to PADEP dated March 29, 1995.
    (k) Rockwell Heavy Vehicle, Inc., New Castle Forge Plant, Lawrence 
County--On April 8, 1998 the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection requested that EPA include the CO, VOC and NOX 
emissions from this facility in the 1990 base year emission inventory. 
The CO, VOC and NOX emissions from the natural gas units and 
the spray booth of this facility are hereby approved as part of the 1990 
point source inventory. The 1990 CO, VOC and NOX emissions 
from the natural gas units are 8.3 TPY, 1.2 TPY and 64.2 TPY, 
respectively. The 1990 VOC emissions from the spray booth is 12.1 TPY.
    (l) EPA approves, as a revision to the Pennsylvania State 
Implementation Plan, the 1990 NOx emission inventory for the 
Philadelphia area, submitted on July 31, 1998 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection. The submittal consists of 1990 
base year point, area, highway, and non-road mobile NOx emissions 
inventories for the five-county Philadelphia area (Bucks, Chester, 
Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia Counties).
    (m) EPA approves the 1990 NOX base year emission 
inventory for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area, submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on March 22, 1996 
and supplemented on February 18, 1997.
    (n) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania SIP the 1990 base 
year CO emissions inventory for Southwestern Pennsylvania, including 
Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Fayette, Washington and 
Westmoreland counties, submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on November 12, 1992, and as 
revised on August 17, 2001. This submittal consists of the 1990 base 
year inventory for point, area, off-road, and highway emissions for 
these counties, for the pollutant CO.
    (o) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania State 
Implementation Plan the 2002 base year emissions inventories for the 
Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-
DE-MD-NJ 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area submitted by the 
Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on 
August 29, 2007 (as formally amended by Pennsylvania on December 10, 
2009 and on April 12, 2010). This submittal consists of the 2002 base 
year point, area, non-road mobile, and on-road mobile source emission 
inventories for this area, for the following pollutants: Volatile 
organic compounds (VOC), carbon monoxide (CO) and nitrogen oxides 
(NOX).
    (p) EPA approves as a revision to the Pennsylvania State 
Implementation Plan the 2002 base year emissions inventory for the 
Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 1997 fine particulate matter (PM2.5) 
nonattainment area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on November 10, 2009. The base year emissions 
inventory includes emissions estimates that cover the general source 
categories of point sources, area sources, on-road mobile sources, and 
non-road mobile sources. The pollutants that comprise

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the inventory are PM2.5, coarse particles (PM10), 
nitrogen oxides (NOX), volatile organic compounds (VOCs), 
ammonia (NH3), and sulfur dioxide (SO2).

[61 FR 2931, Jan. 30, 1996, as amended at 61 FR 15713, Apr. 9, 1996; 61 
FR 24709, May 16, 1996; 61 FR 67232, Dec. 20, 1996; 62 FR 24834, May 7, 
1997; 62 FR 31349, June 9, 1997; 62 FR 38917, July 21, 1997; 64 FR 
18821, Apr. 16, 1999; 64 FR 32425, June 17, 1999; 66 FR 17638, Apr. 3, 
2001; 66 FR 53106, Oct. 19, 2001; 67 FR 68525, Nov. 12, 2002; 76 FR 
6561, Feb. 7, 2010; 77 FR 74116, Dec. 13, 2012]



Sec. 52.2037  Control strategy plans for attainment and 
rate-of-progress: Ozone.

    (a) Part D--Conditional Approval--the Pennsylvania plan for carbon 
monoxide and ozone is approved provided that the following conditions 
are satisfied:
    (1) Firm commitments to implement the Newton Branch electrification 
are submitted to EPA by December 30, 1980. If firm commitments are not 
submitted, the State must submit substitute measures with equivalent 
reductions by June 30, 1981.
    (b)(1) [Reserved]
    (2) Determination--EPA has determined that, as of July 19, 1995, the 
Reading 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 this 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 Reading ozone 
nonattainment area, these determinations shall no longer apply.
    (c) VOC and NOX RACT determination for six emission units 
at U.S. Steel--Fairless: no. 3 blast furnace, no. 1 open hearth furnace, 
no. 1 soaking pits, no. 2 soaking pits (units 1-8), no. 2 soaking pits 
(units 9-16), 80 in. hot strip mill. The NOX RACT 
determination for all the soaking pits and the 80 in. hot strip mill is 
low excess air (LEA), which is expected to result in a 13.5% emission 
reduction. NOX RACT for the other sources is determined to be 
good operating practices to minimize NOX emissions. VOC RACT 
for all the above sources is determined to be good operating practices 
to minimize VOC emissions.
    (d) NOX RACT determination for the no. 2 glass melting 
furnace and the four kilns at the General Glass--Jeannette plant, which 
manufactured flat glass, is the current operation, consisting of no 
additional controls.
    (e) Sharon Steel Company--VOC and NOX RACT determination 
for three emission units at Sharon Steel Company, not covered by plan 
approval PA 43-017: Blast Furnace Operations (flame suppression, heaters 
and torpedo cars, tuyeres), Basic Oxygen Furnace Shop (scrap preheating, 
ladle preheating and heaters), Blast Furnace Casthouse. NOX 
RACT for the Blast Furnace Operations is determined to be good air 
pollution control practices such that NOX emissions do not 
exceed: 100 pounds of NOX per million cubic feet (lb 
NOX/MMft\3\) of natural gas and 10.69 tons of NOX 
per year (TPY) for flame suppression, heaters, and torpedo cars; and 140 
lb NOX/MMft\3\ of natural gas and 0.6 TPY for tuyeres. VOC 
RACT for the Blast Furnace Operations is determined to be good air 
pollution control practices such that VOC emissions do not exceed: 3.8 
lb VOC/MMft\3\ of natural gas and 0.41 TPY for flame suppression, 
heaters and torpedo cars; and 2.8 lb VOC/MMft\3\ of natural gas and 0.01 
TPY for tuyeres. NOX RACT for the Basic Oxygen Furnace Shop 
is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that 
NOX emissions do not exceed: 100 lb NOX/MMft\3\ of 
natural gas and 1.1 TPY for scrap preheating; and 140 lb NOX/
MMft\3\ of natural gas and 10.8 TPY for ladle preheating and heaters. 
VOC RACT for the Basic Oxygen Furnace Shop is determined to be good air 
pollution control practices such that VOC emissions do not exceed: 3.8 
lb VOC/MMft\3\ of natural gas and 0.04 TPY for scrap preheating; and 2.8 
lb VOC/MMft\3\ of natural gas and 0.22 TPY for ladle preheating and 
heaters. NOX RACT for the Blast Furnace Casthouse is 
determined to be good air pollution control practices such that 
NOX emissions do not exceed 0.03 lb NOX/ton of 
steel processed and 11.0 TPY.
    (f) Pennsylvania Electric Company--Williamsburg Station--VOC and 
NOX

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RACT determination for three emission units at Pennsylvania Electric 
Company (Penelec)--Williamsburg Station: unit 1 boiler, 
auxiliary boiler, fugitive VOC sources. NOX and VOC RACT for 
the unit 11 boiler is determined to be good air pollution 
control practices such that emissions limits shall be 21.7 pounds of 
NOX per ton of coal fired (lb/ton) and 0.1459 lb/MMBtu of No. 
2 oil fired with annual fuel usage records, and no more than 867 tons 
per year (TPY) of NOX and 3 TPY of VOC. NOX and 
VOC RACT for the auxiliary boiler is determined to be the requirements 
of 25 Pa Code 129.93 (c)(1), pertaining to units with individual rated 
gross heat inputs less than 20 million British thermal units per hour 
(MMBtu/hr) of operation maintenance and operation in accordance with 
manufacturer's specifications, and the units are operated using good air 
pollution control practices.
    (g) Caparo Steel Company--VOC and NOX RACT determination 
for four emission units at Caparo Steel Company, not covered by 
operating permit OP 43-285: Package boilers, BW boiler 1, BW 
boiler 2, and BW boiler 3. NOX RACT for the 
package boilers is determined to be good air pollution control practices 
such that NOX emissions do not exceed 550 pounds of 
NOX per million cubic feet (lb NOX/MMft\3\) of 
natural gas and 529.82 tons of NOX per year (TPY). VOC RACT 
for the package boilers is determined to be good air pollution control 
practices such that VOC emissions do not exceed 1.4 lb VOC/MMft\3\ of 
natural gas and 1.35 TPY. NOX RACT for each of the BW boilers 
is determined to be good air pollution control practices such that 
NOX emissions do not exceed 23 lb NOX/MMft\3\ of 
BFG and 80.1 TPY.
    (h) VOC RACT determination for four emission units at Mercersburg 
Tanning Company--Franklin County: Spray Lines 3 thru 7, Attic Line, 
Spray Lines A and B, Spray Line C. The VOC RACT determination is as 
follows: for Spray Lines 3 thru 7; all work transferred to Spray Lines A 
and B, for Attic Line; all work transferred to Spray Line C, for Spray 
Lines A and B; vented to a Regenerative Thermal Oxidizer (RTO) with 
required 100% capture efficiency and 97% destruction efficiency, for 
Spray Line C; coating restrictions of 3.5 lb VOC/gal (less water) on 
base coats and 2.8 lb VOC/gal (less water) on intermediate coats. VOC 
RACT for cleaning solvents associated with Lines A and B vented to RTO 
and water utilized as cleaning solvent for Line C.
    (i)(1) EPA approves the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Post 1996 
(ROP) plan SIP revision for milestone years 1999, 2002, and 2005 for the 
Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton severe ozone 
nonattainment area. These revisions were submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on April 30, 1998, July 31, 1998 
and supplemented on February 25, 2000.
    (2) EPA approves revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation 
Plan, submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of the 
Environmental Protection on February 23, 2004. These revisions amend 
Pennsylvania's rate-of-progress (ROP) plan for year 2005 for its 
Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton 1-hour ozone 
nonattainment area. These revisions update the 2005 ROP plan's 1990 and 
2005 motor vehicle emissions inventories and motor vehicle emissions 
budgets to reflect the use of the MOBILE6 emissions model, and establish 
revised motor vehicle emissions budgets of 79.69 tons per day (tpd) of 
volatile organic compounds and 144.73 tpd of nitrogen oxides.
    (j) EPA approves the one hour ozone attainment demonstration SIP for 
the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton area submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on April 30, 1998, August 21, 
1998, February 25, 2000 and July 19, 2001 including its RACM analysis 
and determination. EPA is approving the enforceable commitments made to 
the attainment plan for the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton severe ozone 
nonattainment area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on July 31, 1998, February 25, 2000 and July 
19, 2001. The enforceable commitments are to:
    (1) Submit measures by October 31, 2001 for additional emission 
reductions as required in the attainment demonstration test, and to 
revise the SIP and motor vehicle emissions budgets

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by October 31, 2001 if the additional measures affect the motor vehicle 
emissions inventory,
    (2) [Reserved]
    (3) Perform a mid-course review by December 31, 2003.
    (k) EPA approves the following mobile budgets of the post-1996 rate 
of progress plans and the 2005 attainment plan:

                           Transportation Conformity Budgets for the Philadelphia Area
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                 Date of adequacy determination
         Type of control strategy SIP             Year    VOC (tpd)  NOX (tpd)        or SIP approval date
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Post-1996 ROP Plan...........................       1999       88.6      109.6  June 23, 2000 (65 FR 36438, June
                                                                                 8, 2000).
Post-1996 ROP Plan...........................       2002      69.52      93.13  June 23, 2000 (65 FR 36438, June
                                                                                 8, 2000).
Post-1996 ROP Plan...........................       2005      79.69     144.73  June 21, 2004 (May 21, 2004, 69
                                                                                 FR 29240).
Attainment Demonstration.....................       2005      79.69     144.73  June 12, 2003 (68 FR 31700, May
                                                                                 28, 2003).
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (1)-(2) [Reserved]
    (l) EPA approves the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's revised 1990 and 
the 2005 VOC and NOX highway mobile emissions inventories and 
the 2005 motor vehicle emissions budgets for the 1-hour ozone attainment 
SIP for the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton severe ozone nonattainment 
area. These revisions were submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on January 17, 2003. Submission of these 
revised MOBILE6-based motor vehicle emissions inventories was a 
requirement of EPA's approval of the attainment demonstration under 
paragraph (j) of this section.
    (m) Determination--EPA has determined that, as of July 27, 2007, the 
Franklin County ozone nonattainment area has attained the 1-hour ozone 
standard and that the following requirements of section 172(c)(2) of the 
Clean Air Act do not apply to this area for so long as the area does not 
monitor any violations of the 1-hour ozone standard of 40 CFR 50.9: the 
attainment demonstration and reasonably available control measure 
requirements of section 172(b)(1), the reasonable further progress 
requirement of section 172(b)(2), and the related contingency 
requirements of section 172(c)(9). If a violation of the 1-hour ozone 
NAAQS is monitored in the Franklin County 1-hour ozone nonattainment 
area, these determinations shall no longer apply.
    (n) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2003 to 2005, EPA has determined that the Philadelphia-
Wilmington-Trenton severe 1-hour ozone nonattainment area attained the 
1-hour ozone NAAQS by the applicable attainment date of November 15, 
2005. EPA also has determined that the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton 
severe 1-hour ozone nonattainment area is not subject to the imposition 
of the section 185 penalty fees.
    (o) EPA approves revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation 
Plan consisting of the 2008 reasonable further progress (RFP) plan, 
reasonably available control measure demonstration, and contingency 
measures for the Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-
Atlantic City, PA-DE-MD-NJ 1997 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area 
submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on August 29, 2007 (as formally amended by 
Pennsylvania on December 10, 2009 and April 12, 2010).
    (p) EPA approves the following 2008 RFP motor vehicle emissions 
budgets (MVEBs) for the Pennsylvania portion of the Philadelphia-
Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-DE-MD-NJ 1997 8-hour ozone moderate 
nonattainment area submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on August 29, 2007 (as formally 
amended by Pennsylvania on December 10, 2009):

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Transportation Conformity Emissions Budgets for the Pennsylvania Portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Atlantic
                                             City, PA-DE-MD-NJ Area
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                                            Effective date of
    Type of control strategy SIP            Year          VOC (TPD)        NOX (TPD)      adequacy determination
                                                                                             or SIP approval
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rate of Progress Plan...............            2008            61.09           108.78   January 5, 2009 (73 FR
                                                                                          77682), published
                                                                                          December 19, 2008.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (q) Determination of attainment--In accordance with 40 CFR 51.918, 
EPA has determined that Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 8-hour ozone 
nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone standard and that 
certain requirements of section 172(c) of the Clean Air Act are 
suspended as long as the nonattainment area continues to meet the 1997 
8-hour ozone NAAQS. This determination is based upon complete, quality 
assured, and certified ambient air monitoring data that show the area 
has monitored attainment of the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS for the 2007 to 
2009 monitoring period. Complete, quality-assured air monitoring data 
for 2010 are consistent with continued attainment. This determination 
suspends the obligation of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to submit an 
attainment demonstration and associated reasonably available control 
measures (RACM), a reasonable further progress (RFP) plan, contingency 
measures, and other planning requirements related to attainment of the 
1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS for the Pittsburgh Area for as long as the area 
continues to meet the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS. If a violation of the1997 
8-hour ozone NAAQS is monitored in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 8-hour 
ozone nonattainment area, this determination shall no longer apply.
    (r) Determination of attainment. EPA has determined, as of March 26, 
2012, that based on 2008 to 2010 ambient air quality data, Philadelphia-
Wilmington-Atlantic City, PA-NJ-MD-DE 8-hour ozone moderate 
nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS. This 
determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.918, suspends the 
requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, 
associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further 
progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to 
attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet 
the 1997 annual 8-hour ozone NAAQS.
    (s) Determination of attainment. EPA has determined, as of April 4, 
2013, that based on 2009 to 2011 ambient air quality data, the 
Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley, PA moderate nonattainment area has attained 
the 1997 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS). 
This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.918, suspends the 
requirements for this area to submit an attainment demonstration, 
associated reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further 
progress plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to 
attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet 
the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS.

[46 FR 17553, Mar. 19, 1981]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec. 
52.2037, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, in Sec. 52.2037, 
paragraph (a) was removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2038  Rate of Progress Plans: Ozone.

    (a) EPA grants full approval to Pennsylvania's 15 Percent Rate of 
Progress Plan for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment area, 
submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on March 22, 1996, as formally revised on 
February 18, 1997 and on July 22, 1998.
    (b) EPA grants full approval to the 15 Percent Rate of Progress Plan 
for Pennsylvania's portion of the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton ozone 
nonattainment area. The area that is the subject of this action 
encompasses Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Philadelphia, and Montgomery 
Counties. The plan was formally submitted to EPA by

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the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection 
on September 12, 1996, and was formally revised on April 10, 1997 and 
June 5, 1998.

[66 FR 17638, Apr. 3, 2001, as amended at 66 FR 44548, Aug. 24, 2001]



Sec. 52.2039  Interstate transport.

    The EPA has made a finding pursuant to section 126 of the Clean Air 
Act (the Act) that emissions of sulfur dioxide (SO2) from the 
Portland Generating Station in Northampton County, Upper Mount Bethel 
Township, Pennsylvania (Portland) significantly contribute to 
nonattainment and interfere with maintenance of the 1-hour 
SO2 national ambient air quality standard (NAAQS) in New 
Jersey. The owners and operators of Portland shall comply with the 
requirements in paragraphs (a) through (d) of this section.
    (a) The owners and operators of Portland shall not, at any time 
later than one year after the effective date of the section 126 finding, 
emit SO2 (as determined in accordance with part 75 of this 
chapter) in excess of 6,253 pounds per hour (lb/hr) for unit 1 
(identified with source ID 031 in Title V Permit No. 48-0006) and unit 2 
(identified with source ID 032 in Title V Permit No. 48-0006) combined;
    (b) The owners and operators of Portland shall not, at any time 
later than three years after the effective date of the section 126 
finding, emit SO2 (as determined in accordance with part 75 
of this chapter) in excess of the following limits:
    (1) 1,105 lb/hr and 0.67 pounds per million British Thermal Unit 
(lb/mmBtu) for unit 1; and
    (2) 1,691 lb/hr and 0.67 lb/mmBtu for unit 2.
    (c) The owners and operators of Portland shall comply with the 
following requirements:
    (1) Perform air modeling to demonstrate that, starting no later than 
three years after the effective date of the section 126 finding, 
emissions from Portland will not significantly contribute to 
nonattainment or interfere with maintenance of the 1-hour SO2 
NAAQS in New Jersey, in accordance with the following requirements:
    (i) No later than six months after the effective date of the section 
126 finding, submit to the EPA a modeling protocol that is consistent 
with the EPA's Guideline on Air Quality Models, as codified at 40 CFR 
Part 51, Appendix W, and that includes all units at the Portland 
Generating Station in the modeling.
    (ii) Within 15 business days of receipt of a notice from the EPA of 
any deficiencies in the modeling protocol under paragraph (d)(1)(i) of 
this section, submit to the EPA a revised modeling protocol to correct 
any deficiencies identified in such notice.
    (iii) No later than one year after the effective date of the section 
126 finding, submit to the EPA a modeling analysis, performed in 
accordance with the modeling protocol under paragraphs (c)(1)(i) and 
(c)(1)(ii) of this section, for the compliance methods identified in the 
notice required by paragraph (c)(2) of this section.
    (2) No later than one year after the effective date of the section 
126 finding, submit to the EPA the compliance method selected by the 
owners and operators of Portland to achieve the emissions limits in 
paragraph (b) of this section.
    (3) Starting six months after the effective date of the section 126 
finding and continuing every six months until three years after the 
effective date of the section 126 finding, submit to the EPA progress 
reports on the implementation of the methods to achieve compliance with 
emissions limits in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section, including 
status of design, technology selection, development of technical 
specifications, awarding of contracts, construction, shakedown, and 
compliance demonstrations as applicable. These reports shall include:
    (i) An interim project report, no later than one year after the 
effective date of the section 126 finding, that demonstrates compliance 
with the emission limit in paragraph (a) of this section.
    (ii) A final project report, submitted no later than 60 days after 
three years after the effective date of the section

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126 finding, that demonstrates compliance with the emission limits in 
paragraph (b) of this section and that includes at least one month of 
SO2 emission data from Portland's continuous SO2 
emission monitor, and that includes the date when full operation of 
controls was achieved at Portland after shakedown.
    (4) The requirements in paragraphs (c)(1) and (c)(3) of this section 
shall not apply if the notice required by paragraph (c)(2) of this 
section indicates that the owners and operators of Portland have decided 
to completely and permanently cease operation of unit 1 and unit 2 as 
the method of compliance with paragraphs (a) and (b) and with section 
126 of the Act.
    (d) Compliance with the lb/mmBtu limitations in paragraph (b) of 
this section is determined on a 30 boiler operating day rolling average 
basis. Boiler operating day for the purposes of this paragraph means a 
24-hour period between midnight and the following midnight during which 
any fuel is combusted in the units identified in paragraph (a) of this 
section.

[76 FR 69076, Nov. 7, 2011, as amended at 77 FR 26447, May 4, 2012]



Sec. 52.2040  Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are 
the FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?

    (a)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located 
in the State of Pennsylvania and for which requirements are set forth 
under the TR NOX Annual Trading Program in subpart AAAAA of 
part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The 
obligation to comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the 
promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to 
Pennsylvania's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's 
deficiency that is the basis for the TR Federal Implementation Plan 
under Sec. 52.38(a), except to the extent the Administrator's approval 
is partial or conditional.
    (2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a)(1) of this 
section, if, at the time of the approval of Pennsylvania's SIP revision 
described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section, the Administrator has 
already started recording any allocations of TR NOX Annual 
allowances under subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter to units in 
the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart 
AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to 
complete the allocation and recordation of TR NOX Annual 
allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall 
continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the 
State's SIP revision.
    (b)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located 
in the State of Pennsylvania and for which requirements are set forth 
under the TR NOX Ozone Season Trading Program in subpart 
BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The 
obligation to comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the 
promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of a revision to 
Pennsylvania's State Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's 
deficiency that is the basis for the TR Federal Implementation Plan 
under Sec. 52.38(b), except to the extent the Administrator's approval 
is partial or conditional.
    (2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (b)(1) of this 
section, if, at the time of the approval of Pennsylvania's SIP revision 
described in paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the Administrator has 
already started recording any allocations of TR NOX Ozone 
Season allowances under subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter to 
units in the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of 
subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator 
to complete the allocation and recordation of TR NOX Ozone 
Season allowances to units in the State for each such control period 
shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of 
the State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48373, Aug. 8, 2011]



Sec. 52.2041  Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the 
FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

    (a) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in 
the

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State of Pennsylvania and for which requirements are set forth under the 
TR SO2 Group 1 Trading Program in subpart CCCCC of part 97 of 
this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to 
comply with such requirements will be eliminated by the promulgation of 
an approval by the Administrator of a revision to Pennsylvania's State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) as correcting the SIP's deficiency that is the 
basis for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under Sec. 52.39, except 
to the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional.
    (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a) of this section, 
if, at the time of the approval of Pennsylvania's SIP revision described 
in paragraph (a) of this section, the Administrator has already started 
recording any allocations of TR SO2 Group 1 allowances under 
subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter to units in the State for a 
control period in any year, the provisions of subpart CCCCC of part 97 
of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to complete the allocation 
and recordation of TR SO2 Group 1 allowances to units in the 
State for each such control period shall continue to apply, unless 
provided otherwise by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48374, Aug. 8, 2011]



Sec. 52.2042  Visibility protection.

    (a) Regional Haze. The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air 
Act are not met because the regional haze plan submitted by Pennsylvania 
on December 20, 2010, does not include fully approvable measures for 
meeting the requirements of 40 CFR 51.308(d)(3) and 51.308(e) with 
respect to emissions of NOX and SO2 from electric 
generating units. EPA has given limited approval and limited disapproval 
to the plan provisions addressing these requirements.
    (b) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated With NOX. The 
deficiencies associated with NOX identified in EPA's limited 
disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by Pennsylvania on 
December 20, 2010, are satisfied Sec. 52.2040.
    (c) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated With SO2. The 
deficiencies associated with SO2 identified in EPA's limited 
disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by Pennsylvania on 
December 20, 2010, are satisfied by Sec. 52.2041.

[77 FR 33658, June 7, 2012]



Sec. Sec. 52.2043-52.2052  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.2053  The Motor Vehicle Emissions Budgets for the Pennsylvania 
Counties in the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE 1997 Fine Particulate 

Matter Nonattainment Area

    As of April 3, 2013, EPA approves the following revised 2009 Motor 
Vehicle Emissions Budgets (MVEBs) for fine particulate matter 
(PM2.5) and nitrogen oxides (NOX) for the 
Pennsylvania Counties in the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE 1997 
PM2.5 Nonattainment Area submitted by the Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:

------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                Tons per
        Applicable geographic area           Year    Tons per     year
                                                    year  NOX    PM2.5
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Pennsylvania Counties in the Philadelphia-    2009   57,218.3    1,907.5
 Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE 1997 Fine
 Particulate Matter Nonattainment Area....
------------------------------------------------------------------------


[78 FR 19993, Apr. 3, 2013]



Sec. 52.2054  Control of asphalt paving material.

    (a) Notwithstanding any provisions to the contrary in the 
Pennsylvania Implementation Plan, the Pennsylvania Department of 
Transportation shall restrict the annual usage of asphalts to the limits 
listed below in the following sixteen county area of Pennsylvania: 
Allegheny, Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Cambria, Clarion, Fayette, Green, 
Indiana, Jefferson, Lawrence, Mercer, Somerset, Venango, Washington, and 
Westmoreland Counties:
    (1) No more than twenty percent of the total amount of liquid 
bituminous asphalt paving material used shall be cutback asphalt; and

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    (2) No more than 2,615,000 gallons of cutback asphalts shall be 
used, of which no more than 1,400,000 gallons may be used for dust 
palliative work on roadways and shoulders; and
    (3) No more than 2,500,000 gallons total of emulsion Class E-4 and 
Class E-5 shall be used unless an equivalent reduction in the use of 
cutbacks is made to balance the additional hydrocarbon emissions from 
emulsions.
    (b) The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation is required to 
submit to the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources, on a 
quarterly basis, reports which list for each of the affected counties 
the number of gallons of each class of asphalt used. The first quarterly 
reports will be submitted in October 1977 for the period between July 1, 
1977, and September 30, 1977. Copies of all reports will also be 
forwarded to Region III, EPA.

[42 FR 54417, Oct. 6, 1977]



Sec. 52.2055  Review of new sources and modifications.

    (a) Special permit requirement regulations are approved.
    (b) [Reserved]

[39 FR 7283, Feb. 25, 1974, as amended at 46 FR 17554, Mar. 19, 1981; 46 
FR 51742, Oct. 22, 1981; 47 FR 8359, Feb. 26, 1982; 60 FR 33924, June 
29, 1995]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2055 was 
removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2056  Determinations of attainment.

    (a) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle 
(Harrisburg) fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area 
attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality 
Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. 
Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to 
determine, based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, 
whether the area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the 
Harrisburg PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject to the 
consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).
    (b) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Johnstown fine particle 
(PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual 
PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the 
applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the 
requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the 
area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained 
the standard. EPA also determined that the Johnstown PM2.5 
nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to 
attain pursuant to section 179(d).
    (c) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Lancaster fine particle 
(PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual 
PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the 
applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the 
requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the 
area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained 
the standard. EPA also determined that the Lancaster PM2.5 
nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to 
attain pursuant to section 179(d).
    (d) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the York fine particle 
(PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual 
PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the 
applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the 
requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the 
area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained 
the standard. EPA also determined that the York PM2.5 
nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to 
attain pursuant to section 179(d).
    (e) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Reading fine particle 
(PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 annual 
PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the 
applicable

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attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement 
pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on the area's air 
quality as of the attainment date, whether the area attained the 
standard. EPA also determined that the Reading PM2.5 
nonattainment area is not subject to the consequences of failing to 
attain pursuant to section 179(d).
    (f) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2008 to 2010, EPA determined that Philadelphia-Wilmington-
Atlantic City, PA-NJ-MD-DE 8-hour ozone moderate nonattainment area (the 
Philadelphia Area) attained the 1997 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air 
Quality Standard (NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of June 15, 
2011. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 
181(b)(2)(A) to determine, based on the area's air quality as of the 
attainment date, whether the area attained the standard. EPA also 
determined that the Philadelphia Area nonattainment area will not be 
reclassified for failure to attain by its applicable attainment date 
under section 181(b)(2)(A).
    (g) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Philadelphia-Wilmington, 
PA-NJ-DE fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained 
the 1997 annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard 
(NAAQS) by the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, 
EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, 
based on the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the 
area attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Philadelphia-
Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject 
to the consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).
    (h) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2007 to 2009, EPA determined that the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 
fine particle (PM2.5) nonattainment area attained the 1997 
annual PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) by 
the applicable attainment date of April 5, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met 
the requirement pursuant to CAA section 179(c) to determine, based on 
the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area 
attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Pittsburgh-Beaver 
Valley PM2.5 nonattainment area is not subject to the 
consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 179(d).
    (i) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2007 to 2009, the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley, PA moderate 
nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS by the 
applicable attainment date of June 15, 2010. Therefore, EPA has met the 
requirement pursuant to CAA section 181(b)(2)(A) to determine, based on 
the area's air quality as of the attainment date, whether the area 
attained the standard. EPA also determined that the Pittsburgh-Beaver 
Valley, PA moderate nonattainment area will not be reclassified for 
failure to attain by its applicable attainment date pursuant to section 
181(b)(2)(A).

[76 FR 45427, July 29, 2011, as amended at 77 FR 17344, Mar. 26, 2012; 
77 FR 28785, May 15, 2012; 77 FR 62150, Oct. 12, 2012; 78 FR 20246, Apr. 
4, 2013]



Sec. 52.2057  Requirements for state implementation plan revisions 
relating to new motor vehicles.

    Pennsylvania must comply with the requirements of Sec. 51.120.

[60 FR 4738, Jan. 24, 1995]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2057 was 
removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2058  Prevention of significant air quality deterioration.

    (a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air 
Act are met by the regulations (25 PA Code Sec. 127.81 through 127.83) 
adopted by the Pennsylvania Environmental Resources on October 28, 1983. 
All PSD permit applications and requests for modifications thereto 
should be submitted to: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources, Bureau of Air Quality Control, 200 North Third Street, 
Harrisburg, PA 17120, ATTN: Abatement and Compliance Division.

[49 FR 33128, Aug. 21, 1984]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2058 was 
revised, effective Aug. 5,

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2013. For the convenience of the user, the revised text is set forth as 
follows:



Sec. 52.2058  Prevention of significant air quality deterioration.

    (a) The requirements of sections 160 through 165 of the Clean Air 
Act are met by the regulations (25 PA Code Sec. 127.81 through 127.83) 
adopted by the Pennsylvania Environmental Resources on October 28, 1983. 
All PSD permit applications and requests for modifications thereto 
should be submitted to: Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources, Bureau of Air Quality Control, P.O. Box 8468, 400 Market 
Street, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania 17105. ATTN: Abatement and Compliance 
Division.
    (b) [Reserved]



Sec. 52.2059  Control strategy: Particulate matter.

    (a) Pennsylvania has committed to undertake a comprehensive program 
to investigate non-traditional sources, industrial process fugitive 
particulate emissions, alternative control measures, and to develop and 
implement an effective control program to attain the primary and 
secondary NAAQS for particulates. The schedule for this study is as 
follows:

  Schedule for Investigating and Controlling Nontraditional Particulate
                            Matter Emissions
------------------------------------------------------------------------
                   Task                            Completion date
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Scheduled tasks:
  1. Quantify nontraditional sources......  June 1, 1980.
  2. Investigate control techniques.......  Apr. 1, 1982.
  3. Investigate source-receptor            June 1, 1980.
   relationship.
Analysis and control strategy development:
  1. Analyze Nonattainment Areas..........  July 1, 1981.
  2. Develop Control Strategies...........  Jan. 1, 1982.
  3. Develop, Adopt, Submit SIP...........  July 1, 1982.
  4. Implement SIP........................  Begin--7/1/82.
------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (b) EPA approves the PM-10 attainment demonstration for the Liberty 
Borough Area of Allegheny County submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on January 6, 1994.
    (c) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of August 
25, 2008, the Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle, Pennsylvania nonattainment 
area for the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS has attained the 1997 
PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 
52.1004(c), suspends the requirements for this area to submit an 
attainment demonstration and associated reasonably available measures, a 
reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other 
planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as the 
area continues to attain the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS.
    (d) Determination of Clean Data. EPA has determined, as of September 
25, 2009, the Johnstown (Cambria and Indiana Counties), Lancaster 
(Lancaster County), Reading (Berks County) and York (York County), 
Pennsylvania nonattainment areas have clean data for the 1997 
PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 
52.1004(c), suspends the requirements for these areas to submit an 
attainment demonstration, associated reasonably available measures, a 
reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other 
planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as these 
areas continue to meet the 1997 PM2.5 NAAQS.
    (e) Determination of Clean Data. EPA has determined, as of March 29, 
2012, that based on 2008 to 2010 ambient air quality data, the 
Harrisburg-Lebanon-Carlisle-York, Allentown, Johnstown, and Lancaster 
nonattainment areas have attained the 24-hour 2006 PM2.5 
NAAQS. These determinations, in accordance with 40 CFR 51.1004(c), 
suspend the requirements for these areas to submit an attainment 
demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a 
reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other 
planning SIPs related to attainment of the standard for as long as these 
areas continue to meet the 24-hour 2006 PM2.5 NAAQS.
    (f) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of May 16, 
2012, that based on 2007 to 2009 and 2008 to 2010 ambient air quality 
data, the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE nonattainment area has 
attained the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS. This determination, in 
accordance with 40 CFR 51.1004(c), suspends the requirements for this 
area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated reasonably 
available control measures, a reasonable further progress plan, 
contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to attainment of 
the standard for

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as long as this area continues to meet the 1997 annual PM2.5 
NAAQS.
    (g) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of October 
12, 2012, that based on 2008 to 2010 and 2009 to 2011 ambient air 
quality data, the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley fine particle 
(PM2.5) nonattainment area has attained the 1997 annual 
PM2.5 national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS). This 
determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 52.1004(c), suspends the 
requirements for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley PM2.5 
nonattainment area to submit an attainment demonstration, associated 
reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress 
plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to 
attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet 
the 1997 annual PM2.5 NAAQS.
    (h) Determination of Attainment. EPA has determined, as of January 
7, 2013, that based on 2008 to 2010 and 2009 to 2011 ambient air quality 
data, the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE fine particulate matter 
(PM2.5) nonattainment area has attained the 2006 24-hour 
PM2.5 national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS). This 
determination suspends the requirements for the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania to submit, for the Philadelphia-Wilmington, PA-NJ-DE 
PM2.5 area, an attainment demonstration, associated 
reasonably available control measures, a reasonable further progress 
plan, contingency measures, and other planning SIPs related to 
attainment of the standard for as long as this area continues to meet 
the 2006 24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS.

[45 FR 33628, May 20, 1980, as amended at 63 FR 47436, Sept. 8, 1998; 73 
FR 49950, Aug. 25, 2008; 74 FR 48864, Sept. 25, 2009; 77 FR 18923, Mar. 
29, 2012; 77 FR 28785, May 15, 2012; 77 FR 62150, Oct. 12, 2012; 78 FR 
885, Jan. 7, 2013]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, in Sec. 52.2059, 
paragraph (a) was removed and reserved, effective Aug. 5, 2013.



Sec. 52.2060  Small Business Assistance Program.

    On February 1, 1993, the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources submitted a plan for the establishment and 
implementation of the Small Business 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 Assistance Program 
on March 6, 1995, and made it part of the Pennsylvania SIP. As with all 
components of the SIP, Pennsylvania must implement the program as 
submitted and approved by EPA.

[60 FR 1741, Jan. 5, 1995]



Sec. 52.2061  Operating permits.

    (a) Emission limitations and related provisions which are 
established in Pennsylvania 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.
    (b) Emission limitations and related provisions which are 
established in Pennsylvania general operating permits as federally 
enforceable conditions shall be enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the 
right to deem general permit conditions not federally enforceable. Such 
a determination will be made according to appropriate procedures, and be 
based upon the general permit, general permit approval procedures, or 
general permit requirements which do not conform with the general 
operating permit program requirements or the requirements of EPA's 
underlying regulations.

[61 FR 39597, 39601, July 30, 1996]



Sec. 52.2062  Plan approvals.

    (a) Emission limitations and related provisions which are 
established in Pennsylvania plan approvals as federally enforceable 
conditions shall be enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the right to deem 
plan approval conditions not federally enforceable. Such a determination 
will be made according to appropriate procedures, and be based upon the 
plan approval, the relevant

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approval procedures, or plan requirements which do not conform with the 
plan approval program requirements or the requirements of EPA's 
underlying regulations.
    (b) Emission limitations and related provisions which are 
established in Pennsylvania general plan approvals as federally 
enforceable conditions shall be enforceable by EPA. EPA reserves the 
right to deem general plan approval conditions not federally 
enforceable. Such a determination will be made according to appropriate 
procedures, and be based upon the general plan approval, the relevant 
approval procedures, or plan requirements which do not conform with the 
general plan approval program requirements or the requirements of EPA's 
underlying regulations.

[61 FR 39597, 39601, July 30, 1996]



Sec. 52.2063  Original identification of plan section.

    (a) This section identifies the original ``Air Implementation Plan 
for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania'' and all revisions submitted by 
Pennsylvania that were federally approved prior to February 10, 2005.
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 27, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Regulations 121, 123, 127, 129, 131, 135, 137, 139, and 141 of 
the Pennsylvania Code of Regulations submitted March 17, 1972, by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.
    (2) Air Quality Data for three additional months regarding Reading 
Air Basin SO2 strategy submitted March 27, 1972, by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.
    (3) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions and clarifications to the 
plan submitted on May 4, 1972, by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources.
    (4) ``An Implementation Plan for the Attainment and Maintenance of 
the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Allegheny County, 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, 1980'', and Article XX (which replaces 
Article XVIII), which were submitted on December 24, 1980.
    (5) Non-regulatory additions to plan regarding Allegheny County 
Source Surveillance regulations submitted on June 20, 1972, by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.
    (6) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions to the plan submitted 
August 14, 1972, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources.
    (7) Revision to Philadelphia Air Management Services regulations 
submitted November 3, 1972, by the Governor.
    (8) Revision to compliance schedules for Clairton Coke Works in 
Allegheny County submitted December 14, 1972, by the Governor.
    (9) Transportation Control Plan for Southwest Pennsylvania and 
Metropolitan Philadelphia AQCR's submitted April 13, 1973, by the 
Governor.
    (10) [Reserved]
    (11) Amendments to Philadelphia Air Management Services regulation 
number 3 submitted April 15, 1974, by the Governor.
    (12) Amendments to Philadelphia Air Management Services regulations 
numbers 1, 2 and 11 submitted May 28, 1974, by the Governor.
    (13) Process factor for glass production furnaces submitted on 
December 26, 1974, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources.
    (14) Amendments to Chapters 123 (section 123.24) and 139 (section 
139.13), controlling zinc smelter operations; submitted on August 7, 
1975 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.
    (15) A revision submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
August 11, 1976 amending Title 3 of the Philadelphia Code, Subsection 3-
103, Enforcement; Subsection 3-301, Powers and Duties of the Department 
of Public Health; and Subsection 3-305 Orders.
    (16) Revisions submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
December 11, 1972 amending regulations for the powers and duties of the 
Department of Environmental Resources, the Environmental Quality Board 
and the Environmental Hearing Board.
    (17) Amendment to Article XVIII, Rules and Regulations of the 
Allegheny County Health Department, Sections 1800 (Definitions) and 1813 
(Air Pollution Emergency Episode Regulations).

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These amendments were submitted on May 15, 1978 by the Department of 
Environmental Resources.
    (18) Amendments to Title 3, Section 3-207 (Sale of Fuel Oil) of the 
Philadelphia Code pertaining to Philadelphia County and to Title 25, 
Part I, Subpart C, Article III, Chapter 121 (Definitions) and Chapter 
123 (Standards for Contaminants, Sulfur Compound Emissions) of the 
Pennsylvania Code pertaining to Bucks, Chester, Delaware, and Montgomery 
Counties submitted on July 31, 1978 by the Governor.
    (19) Amendments to Chapters 121 (Sec. 121.1), 123 (Sec. Sec. 
123.1, 123.13, 123.44), 127 (Sec. Sec. 127.41 through 127.52, 
inclusive), 129 (Sec. Sec. 129.15 and 129.16), and 139 (Sec. Sec. 
139.51, 139.52, 139.53 and 139.61), dealing with the control of coke 
oven battery operations; submitted on June 30, 1978 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources.
    (20) Amendments to Chapters 121 (Sec. 121.1), 123 (Sec. Sec. 
123.22(b) and 123.45), and 139 (Sec. Sec. 139.3, 139.4, 139.13, 139.16, 
139.101, 139.102, 139.103, 139.104 and 139.105), dealing with sulfur 
dioxide emissions from fuel-burning installations, only as they apply to 
sources in the Erie air basin; submitted on April 24, 1979 by Governor 
Thornburgh.
    (21) A revision submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
September 20, 1978 to clarify terms and intent of Chapter 121 (relating 
to general provisions), Chapter 123 (relating to standards for 
contaminants) and Chapter 129 (relating to standards for sources).
    (22) The ``1979 State Implementation Plan (SIP) Submission for the 
Attainment of the Photochemical Oxidant Standard in Pennsylvania'' and 
``Regulations for Volatile Organic Compounds'' amending Chapters 121, 
129, and 139 of the Pennsylvania Code submitted on April 24, 1979, by 
the Governor.
    (23) Transportation elements of the SIP for Philadelphia, 
Pittsburgh, Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, and Scranton areas and 
commitment to implement vehicle inspection and maintenance in Lehigh and 
Northampton Counties submitted on June 7, 1979, by the Governor.
    (24) Transportation element of the SIP for the Wilkes-Barre area 
submitted on June 8, 1979, by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources.
    (25) Total Suspended Particulate, State Implementation Plan for 
Pennsylvania, submitted on June 12, 1979, by the Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.
    (26) Special Permit Requirements for Sources Locating in or 
Significantly Impacting Nonattainment Areas and a revision of Sampling 
and Testing methods for total suspended particulate amending Chapters 
121, 127, and 139 of the Pennsylvania Code submitted on June 12, 1979, 
by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources.
    (27) Transportation element for the Harrisburg area submitted on 
June 13, 1979, by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources.
    (28) Allegheny County Volatile Organic Compound Regulations amending 
Chapters I, II, and V of Allegheny County Regulations submitted on June 
13, 1979, by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources.
    (29) Documentation of the status of transportation/air quality 
measures in a letter of August 20, 1979 from the Lackawanna County 
Planning Commission.
    (30) Information from the Southwestern Pennsylvania Regional 
Planning Commission of September 17, 1979 on the calculation of emission 
estimates and the status of certain transportation measures.
    (31) Reclassification of several transportation measures in the 
transportation/air quality study for the Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton 
area, submitted by the Commonwealth on November 19, 1979.
    (32) Substantiation of TSP planning and attainment schedules 
submitted by the Commonwealth on November 28, 1979.
    (33) A revision submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
August 11, 1976 consisting of an amendment to the Pennsylvania Air 
Resources Regulations, Chapter 129, Standards for Sources, which relates 
to open burning.
    (34) A revision was submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on

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January 25, 1980, which is intended to establish an Ambient Air Quality 
Monitoring Network for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the City of 
Philadelphia.
    (35) Amendments to the Pennsylvania Air Resources Regulations, 
consisting of the addition of regulations for alternative emission 
reduction limitations (Sections 128.11 through 128.13 for Andre 
Greenhouses, Inc., and Section 128.14 for the 3M Co.), submitted on 
April 16, 1981.
    (36) A revision submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennyslvania on 
April 9, 1981 providing for attainment of the SO2 NAAQS in 
portions of Armstrong County, Pennsylvania.
    (37) A revision submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
June 5, 1980, consisting of amendments to Philadelphia's Air Management 
Regulations II and III, allowing a limiting resumption of industrial 
coal burning.
    (38) A revision submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
December 24, 1980 which is intended to establish an Ambient Air Quality 
Monitoring Network for Allegheny County.
    (39) Amendments consisting of minor regulatory changes to Article 
III of the Pennsylvania Rules and Regulations for Air Resources 
governing Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) emissions was submitted by 
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on December 16, 1980.
    (40) A revision submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
November 10, 1980 dividing the Beaver Valley Air Basin into an Upper 
Beaver Valley Air Basin and Lower Beaver Valley Air Basin and revising 
chapters 121 and 123.
    (41) Revisions submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
April 13, 1981, July 13, 1981 and August 17, 1981 to correct the 
conditionally approved and unapproved portions of Pennsylvania 1979 
State Implementation Plan.
    (42) A document entitled ``Attainment Demonstration for Total 
Suspended Particulate in Nonattainment Area 3, Based Upon 
Alternate Emission Reduction Plan for Shenango, Inc.'' in Allegheny 
County, including the new section 902 of Article XX, submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on May 18, 1981.
    (43) Amendments to Air Management Regulations II and III, with 
supporting documents, submitted by Governor Dick Thornburgh on December 
8, 1981, allowing the continued burning of anthracite coal in existing 
space heating units currently burning coal.
    (44) [Reserved]
    (45) Revisions submitted to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
February 23, 1982 to correct the conditionally-approved portions of the 
1979 State Implementation Plan, specifically the two asphalt regulations 
in Allegheny County.
    (46) A revision submitted by the Acting Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on December 9, 1981, 
which would add an expanded ridesharing program in the Delaware Valley.
    (47) Revisions submitted on July 27, 1981, August 12, 1981, and 
September 15, 1981, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources (DER), which will limit the automobile emission Inspection and 
Maintenance Program to the urbanized areas of the Pittsburgh and 
Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton regions.
    (48) Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) regulations, a generic VOC 
bubble regulation, Continuous Emission Monitoring (CEM) regulations and 
procedures, and Alternative Opacity Limit regulations submitted by 
Pennsylvania to EPA on July 13, 1981, August 17, 1981, August 26, 1981, 
and September 4, 1981.
    (49) Group IIVOC regulations, a revision of the Air Episode 
Regulations, and an increase in Permit Fees, for Allegheny County, Pa. 
These revisions were submitted by Secretary Peter S. Duncan on February 
23, 1982.
    (50) Regulations and supporting documents implementing an 
SO2 bubble plan for the U.S. Steel Homestead and Edgar 
Thomson Works in Allegheny County, PA. submitted by DER Secretary Peter 
S. Duncan on September 16, 1982.
    (51) Regulations and supporting documents implementing a TSP bubble 
plan for U.S. Steel Corporation's Fairless Works in Fairless Hills, PA., 
submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources on January 6, 1983.

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    (52) Regulations and supporting documents implementing a TSP bubble 
plan for Bethlehem Steel Corporation's plant in Bethlehem, Pa., 
submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources on December 30, 1982.
    (53) Pennsylvania submittal dated September 23, 1982 deleting more 
stringent sulfur in residual oil requirements for the Upper Beaver 
Valley Air Basin which would have become effective August 1, 1982 and 
adding provisions for public notification of air quality levels.
    (54) Revisions submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on June 
8, 1982 consisting of alternative emission reduction plans for Scott 
Paper Company in Chester, PA, Arbogast and Bastian, Inc., in Allentown, 
PA, and J. H. Thompson, Inc., in Kennett Square, PA.
    (55) Regulations and supporting documents implementing an 
SO2 bubble plan for U.S. Steel Corporation's Fairless Works 
in Fairless Hills, PA was submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources on July 7, 1983.
    (56) A State Implementation Plan for the control of lead (Pb) 
emissions submitted on September 30, 1982 by the Secretary of 
Environmental Resources.
    (57) A revision submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania on 
July 28, 1983, and clarified by letters dated October 28, 1983, February 
7, 1984 and June 15, 1984 enables the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to 
implement and enforce the prevention of significant deterioration (PSD) 
regulations.
    (58) Revision to Article XX of the Allegheny County SIP were 
submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources on September 6, 1983.
    (59) A State Implementation Plan for the control of lead (Pb) 
emissions in Allegheny County was submitted on September 6, 1983 by the 
Secretary of Environmental Resources.
    (60) Amendments consisting of minor regulatory changes to Article 
III of the Air Resources Regulations that amend Chapters 121, 123, 127, 
129, 131, 139, and 141 was submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania 
on September 23, 1983.
    (61) A State Implementation Plan for the control of lead (Pb) 
emissions in Philadelphia was submitted on August 29, 1983 and May 15, 
1984 by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources.
    (62) A State Implementation Plan for the control of Lead (Pb) 
emissions in Pennsylvania was submitted on June 8, 1984 by the Secretary 
of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources.
    (63) The 1982 Ozone and Carbon Monoxide plan, except for the 
Inspection and Maintenance portion and the Perchloroethylene Dry 
Cleaning regulation, for the Southeastern, Southwestern, and Allentown-
Bethlehem-Easton areas submitted by the Commonwealth on June 30, 1982 
and October 24, 1983.
    (64) [Reserved]
    (65) An amendment to Philadelphia Air Management's Regulation VII, 
submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources on March 28, 1986. The amendment exempts fuel 
burning units installed before June 1, 1984, from the provisions of 
Regulation VII (Control of Emissions of Nitrogen Oxides from Stationary 
Sources).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Air Management Regulation VII, Control of Emission of Nitrogen 
Oxides from Stationary Sources, adopted on April 9, 1985.
    (66) A revision to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan 
adopting a Motor Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Program 
submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources on June 24, 1985 and an amendment submitted 
March 13, 1986 by the Chief, Division of Air Resource Management, Bureau 
of Air Quality Control, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Title 75, sections 4703 (a) and (h) and 4706 of the Purdon's 
Pennsylvania Consolidated Statutes Annotated and Title 67, Pennsylvania 
Code sections 175.41, 177.21, 177.31, 177.32, 177.35, 177.39 and 177.61.
    (B) Bureau of Air Quality Control, Department of Environmental 
Resources, State Implementation Plan,

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Revision for Ozone for I/M, dated June 17, 1985 and the letter to EPA, 
dated March 13, 1986.
    (67) Amendment to section 512.G. Extensions, of Article XX, Rules 
and Regulations of the Allegheny County Health Department providing 
authority to grant compliance date extensions for surface coating and 
graphic arts sources, submitted by DER Secretary Nicholas DeBenedictis 
on August 13, 1985.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of August 13, 1985 to EPA from the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources, and Appendix 22, Amendment to 
section 512.G., Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania State 
Implementation Plan (extension of final air pollution compliance dates 
for surface coating and graphic arts) adopted by the Board of County 
Commissioners of June 27, 1985.
    (68) Revision to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan dated 
February 13, 1985, which implements two VOC offset transactions between 
Paramount Packaging Corporation and National Can Corporation and between 
Fres-co Systems USA, and National Can Corporation.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources, Order for 
the External Transfer of Banked Emissions 85-524, signed on 
March 1, 1985.
    (B) Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources, Order for 
the External Transfer of Banked Emissions 85-525, signed on 
March 1, 1985.
    (C) Letter dated August 21, 1985, from the Department of 
Environmental Resources to the National Can Corporation.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Narrative submittal dated February 13, 1985, from the Department 
of Environmental Resources to EPA.
    (B) Letter dated April 25, 1986, from the Department of 
Environmental Resources to EPA.
    (69) Revision to the Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania 
State Implementation Plan was submitted by the Commonwealth on February 
3, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendment to the Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania 
SIP for Air Pollution Control, Appendix 23, section 533, Abrasive 
Blasting, approved on October 9, 1986.
    (B) Letter dated February 3, 1987, from the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania to EPA.
    (70) Revisions to the Philadelphia Regulations incorporating stack 
height regulations, submitted by Pennsylvania on June 2, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendment to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Air Management 
Regulation I, Section XI, ``Compliance with Federal Regulations'', 
effective on March 27, 1986.
    (71) The permit incorporating polymer resin processes RACT 
requirements for ARCO's Monaca plant, submitted by acting DER Secretary 
John Krill on January 14, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) The entire permit (No. 04-313-052) and plan approval; issued and 
effective December 9, 1986.
    (72) The permit incorporating SOCMI air oxidation RACT requirements 
for IMC's Allentown plant, submitted by acting DER Secretary John Krill 
on January 14, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) The entire permit (No. 39-313-014) and plan approval; issued and 
effective December 10, 1986.
    (73) Good engineering practice stack height regulations were 
submitted by the Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources on July 19, 1988.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated July 19, 1988, submitting a revision to the Pennsylvania 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendments to Pennsylvania regulations, title 25, part I, 
subpart C, article III; chapters 121 (definitions) and 141 (variances 
and alternate standards) adopted May 14, 1988.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Remainder of the State submittal including the letter of 
commitment dated March 11, 1986, from the Department of Environmental 
Protection stating that new source review shall be conducted in 
accordance with the good engineering practice requirements of 40 CFR 
part 51.

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    (74) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on January 11, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated January 11, 1991 submitting a revision to the 
Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendment to 25 Pa. Code Chapter 123.51 ``Monitoring 
Requirements'', concerning continuous nitrogen oxides monitoring, 
effective October 20, 1990.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Remainder of the State Implementation Plan revision request 
submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on 
January 11, 1991.
    (75) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on January 8, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated January 8, 1991 submitting a revision to the 
Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Revisions to Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources' 
Air Quality Regulations, Sec. 137.3, subsections (2), (3), (4), and 
introductory paragraph, effective June 9, 1990.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Remainder of State submittal, dated January 8, 1991.
    (76) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) submitted by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources (PADER) on 
January 11, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A letter from PADER dated January 11, 1991 submitting a revision 
to the Pennsylvania SIP.
    (B) Title 25 PA. Code, Chapter 121, Section 121.1--Definition of 
VOC.
    (77) Revision to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on February 23, 1987, 
at the request of Philadelphia Air Management Services.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated February 23, 1987, submitting a revision to the 
Philadelphia portion of the Pennsylvania Ozone State Implementation 
Plan.
    (B) Regulation V, Section I, ``Definitions'' for the terms Petroleum 
Solvents and Petroleum Solvent Dry Cleaning; and Section XI, ``Petroleum 
Solvent Dry Cleaning'' effective November 28, 1986.
    (C) Compliance Guidelines, for Air Management Regulation V, 
``Control of Emission of Organic Substances from Stationary Sources,'' 
Section XI: Petroleum Solvent Dry Cleaning'' effective November 28, 1986 
(containing amendments and revisions through February 29, 1988).
    (78) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on September 9, 1991. 
The effective date of the regulation submitted is May 23, 1988.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated September 9, 1991 submitting a revision to the 
Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Section XIII, Process Equipment Leaks of Philadelphia Air 
Management Regulation V--Control of Emissions of Organic Substances from 
Stationary Sources. The effective date of the regulation submitted is 
May 23, 1988.
    (C) Compliance Guidelines for Philadelphia Air Management Regulation 
V, Section XIII. The effective date of the compliance guidelines 
submitted is May 23, 1988.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Remainder of the May 23, 1988 State submittal.
    (79) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on August 15, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated August 15, 1991 submitting revision to the Pennsylvania 
State Implementation Plan, pertaining to Chapters 121 and 129 of the 
Pennsylvania regulations pertaining to Stage I vapor recovery, surface 
coating, graphic arts, deletion of the generic bubble regulation, 
recordkeeping, gasoline marketing,

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pharmaceutical products, and compliance schedules.
    (B) The definitions of bulk gasoline plant, bulk gasoline terminal, 
clear coat, and miscellaneous metal parts and products found in Chapter 
121.1, Chapter 129.51 (a) (1) through (6), (b), and (c), Chapter 129.52 
(a) through (e), Table I, 10.(a) topcoats for locomotives and heavy-duty 
trucks and 10.(b) hopper cars and tank car interiors, deletion of 
Chapter 129.53 (now reserved), Chapter 129.54, Chapter 129.59, Chapter 
129.60, Chapter 129.61, Chapter 129.66, Chapter 129.67, and Chapter 
129.68 published in the Pennsylvania Bulletin dated August 3, 1991 (Vol. 
21, no. 31, pages 3406-3416). These regulations were made effective on 
August 3, 1991.
    (80) Revision to the Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania 
State Implementation Plan submitted on July 13, 1987, which consists of 
the addition of an installation permit (86-I-0024-P) which defines and 
imposes RACT to control VOC emissions from air oxidation processes at 
the Aristech Chemical Corporation plant on Neville Island.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated July 13, 1987, submitting revisions to the Allegheny 
County portion of the Pennsylvania ozone State Implementation Plan.
    (B) The original permit (86-I-0024-P), issued and effective August 
28, 1986, and the modification and amendments to the original permit, 
issued and effective March 3, 1987.
    (81) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on January 11, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated January 11, 1991 submitting a revision to the 
Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan.
    (B) The following revised regulations, effective October 27, 1990: 
Sections 121.1 (Definitions of ``combustion efficiency,'' 
``incinerator,'' ``municipal waste,'' ``municipal waste incinerator,'' 
and ``resource recovery unit'' only); 123.25 (b), (c), and (e); 129.18 
(entire section); 139.101 (7), (16) and introductory paragraph; 
139.103(2); 139.104(2); 139.111 (1), (2), (3).
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the January 11, 1991 State submittal.
    (82) Revision to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on February 23, 1987 
at the request of Philadelphia Air Management Services.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated February 23, 1987 submitting a revision to the 
Philadelphia portion of the Pennsylvania Ozone State Implementation Plan 
effective November 28, 1986.
    (B) Regulation V, Section I, ``Definitions'' for the term 
Pharmaceutical Tablet Coating; and Section XII, ``Pharmaceutical Tablet 
Coating'' only.
    (C) Compliance Guidelines for Air Management Regulation V, ``Control 
of Emissions of Organic Substances from Stationary Sources,'' Section 
XII: ``Pharmaceutical Tablet Coating,'' effective November 28, 1986, 
(containing amendments and revisions through February 29, 1988).
    (83) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on February 23, 1987.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated February 23, 1987 submitting a revision to the 
Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan.
    (B) A revision to Section I--Definitions--for the term Volatile 
Organic Compound (VOC) of Philadelphia Air Management Regulation V 
``Control of Emissions of Organic Substances from Stationary Sources.'' 
The effective date is November 28, 1986.
    (C) The addition of Section X--Compliance with Pennsylvania 
Standards for VOC to Philadelphia Air Management Regulation V. The 
effective date is November 28, 1986.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) The remainder of the Commonwealth's February 23, 1987, 
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    (84) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Air Pollution Control Regulations 
submitted on November 13, 1991, by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of November 13, 1991, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting revised regulations for the control 
of volatile organic compound (VOC) emissions.
    (B) Title 25 Pa. Code, chapter 121, section 121.1 (Definition of 
``Organic Liquid Cargo Vessel'' only) and chapter 129, section 129.81 
(Organic Liquid Cargo Vessel Loading and Ballasting), effective 
September 28, 1991.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the November 13, 1991, State submittal.
    (85) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations submitted on October 
16, 1991, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources dated October 16, 1991 transmitting revisions to the Allegheny 
County portion of the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Revisions to the following provisions of Article XX, Rules and 
Regulations of the Allegheny County Health Department, Air Pollution 
Control, adopted on August 8, 1991, and effective August 26, 1991:
    (1) Section 101-Added definitions for the following terms: capture 
efficiency, potential uncontrolled emission rate, and transfer 
efficiency; revised and renumbered definitions for the following terms: 
bulk gasoline plant, bulk gasoline terminal, clear coat, miscellaneous 
metal parts and products, and volatile organic compound (VOC).
    (2) New Section 501 added; existing Section 510 deleted.
    (3) Section 504 (entire section).
    (4) Section 505, subsections A, B, and D, and Table I.
    (5) Section 507, subsection B.
    (6) Section 508, subsections C, D, E, G, and H.
    (7) Section 512-New subsection A (added), subsection B (former 
subsection H); existing subsections A-G and I are deleted.
    (8) Section 531, subsections A, B, and C.
    (9) Section 534, subsections B and C.
    (10) Deletion of Section 506 that was in effect before August 26, 
1991.
    (86) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations for reasonably 
available control technology (RACT) to control fugitive organic chemical 
manufacturing industries, Article XX of the Rules and Regulations of the 
Allegheny County Health Department, section 534 and 605 I submitted on 
July 13, 1987, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources 
(DER).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 13, 1987, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting regulations for the control of 
``Synthetic Organic Chemical and Polymer Manufacturing-Fugitive 
Sources'' and the associated test method, EPA method 21.
    (B) Article XX, of the Rules and Regulations of the Allegheny County 
Health Department, section 534 and 605 I, effective June 10, 1987.
    (87) Revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan 
submitted on March 29, 1993, by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 22, 1993, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting plan approval no. 46-326-001A and 
operating permit no. 46-326-001A for Knoll Group, P.O. Box 157, East 
Greenville, PA.
    (B) Plan approval no. 46-326-001A and operating permit no. 46-326-
001A which consist of emission standards, operating conditions and 
recordkeeping requirements applicable to Knoll Group, a wood furniture 
surface coater located in Montgomery County, PA, which is in the 
Philadelphia severe ozone nonattainment area. These requirements 
together are being approved as reasonably available control technology 
(RACT) for this wood furniture surface coater. The effective date of the 
plan approval and the operating permit is March 24, 1993.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of March 29, 1993, Pennsylvania submittal consisting 
of a Background Information document prepared by Pennsylvania in support 
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the RACT proposal for Knoll, an evaluation of control options performed 
for Knoll by a contractor, public comments and responses, and a chart 
and computer diskette (LOTUS 1-2-3) showing how RACT calculations will 
be performed.
    (88) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations for an oxygenated 
gasoline program submitted on November 12, 1992 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of November 12, 1992 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting the oxygenated gasoline regulation 
as a SIP revision.
    (B) Revisions to 25 PA Code Chapter 121, General Provisions, section 
121.1 Definitions and the addition of section 126.1 Oxygenate Content of 
Gasoline to 25 PA Code Chapter 126, Standards for Motor Fuels. These 
revisions became effective August 29, 1992.
    (C) The correction in 25 PA Code Chapter 121, General Provisions, 
section 121.1 Definitions in the definition of ``oxygenated gasoline''. 
This correction became effective October 24, 1992.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of Pennsylvania State submittal.
    (B) [Reserved]
    (89) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.82 
pertaining to Stage II Vapor Recovery and the associated definition of 
gasoline dispensing facilities in Chapter 121.1 submitted on March 4, 
1992, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 4, 1992, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting Chapter 121.1, definition of 
gasoline dispensing facilities, and Chapter 129.82 pertaining to 
regulations for Stage II vapor recovery in moderate, serious and severe 
ozone nonattainment areas in the Commonwealth.
    (B) Pennsylvania Bulletin (Vol. 22, No. 8) dated February 8, 1992, 
containing the definition of gasoline dispensing facility in Chapter 
121.1 and the Stage II vapor recovery regulations contained in Chapter 
129.82, effective on February 8, 1992.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of March 4, 1992, State submittal.
    (90) Revisions to the Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania 
SIP to adopt the PM-10 NAAQS and fulfill other Group III requirements, 
submitted on November 8, 1988 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of November 8, 1988 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting revisions to Article XX of 
Allegheny County Health Department Rules and Regulations.
    (B) Revisions to the following sections of Article XX of Allegheny 
County Health Department Rules and Regulations, effective August 22, 
1988:
    (1) Section 101, Definitions (definition of ``PM10'').
    (2) Section 109, Ambient Air Quality Standards.
    (3) Section 527, Areas Subject to Sections 521 through 526 (various 
fugitive dust measures).
    (4) Section 613, Ambient Measurements.
    (5) Section 704, Episode Criteria.
    (6) Section 801, Definitions. (Definitions of ``Attainment area,'' 
``Nonattainment area,'' ``Significant air quality impact,'' and 
``Unclassified area'')
    (7) Appendix 1, Attainment, Unclassifiable and Nonattainment Areas 
of Allegheny County: deleted.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the November 8, 1988 submittal pertaining to the 
Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania SIP to adopt the PM-10 
NAAQS and fulfill other Group III requirements.
    (91) Revisions to the Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania 
SIP to reduce PM-10 emissions and visible emissions from several 
categories of fugitive dust sources, submitted on December 31, 1992 by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of December 31 1992 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting revisions to Article XX of 
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county Health Department Rules and Regulations.
    (B) Revisions to the following sections of Article XX of Allegheny 
County Health Department Rules and Regulations, effective November 1, 
1992.
    (1) Section 402, Particulate Mass Emissions (Paragraph A--Fuel 
Burning or Combustion Equipment)
    (2) Section 520, Coke Ovens (Paragraph J--Compliance Schedule)
    (3) Section 521, Permit Source Premises.
    (4) Section 521.1, Non-Permit Source Premises.
    (5) Section 523, Permit Source Transport.
    (6) Section 523.1, Non-Permit Source Transport.
    (7) Section 524, Construction and Land Clearing.
    (8) Section 527, Areas Subject to Sections 521 through 526.
    (9) Section 602, Particulate Matter (test methods).
    (10) Section 606, Visible Emissions (measurement).
    (11) Section 607, Coke Oven Emissions (measurement).
    (12) Section 608, Coke Oven Gas (measurement of hydrogen sulfide 
content).
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the December 31, 1992 submittal pertaining to the 
Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania SIP to reduce PM-10 
emissions and visible emissions from several categories of fugitive dust 
sources.
    (92) Revisions to the Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania 
SIP to reduce PM-10 emissions including the newly created Allegheny 
County Article XXI which both revised and added emission reduction 
requirements for certain industrial boilers, various emission points at 
US Steel's Clairton Coke Works and the Glassport Transportation Center, 
new definitions related to coke oven gas emissions, and new test methods 
for particulate matter; submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources on January 6, 1994 and effective February 1, 
1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of January 6, 1994 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting Article XXI of Allegheny County 
Health Department Rules and Regulations.
    (B) The newly created Article XXI of Allegheny County Health 
Department Rules and Regulations in its entirety, effective February 1, 
1994.
    (1) Part A (sections 2101 et seq.), General, reserved in part:
    (i) Section 2101. Short Titles.
    (ii) Section 2101.3, Effective Date and Repealer.
    (iii) Section 2101.20, Definitions.
    (2) Part B (sections 2102 et seq.), Installation Permits, reserved.
    (3) Part C (sections 2103 et seq.), Operating Permits and Licenses, 
reserved.
    (4) Part D (sections 2104 et seq.), Pollutant Emission Standards, 
reserved in part.
    (i) Section 2104.6, Particulate Mass Emissions, replaces section 402 
of Article XX.
    (5) Part E (sections 2105 et seq.), Sources Emission and Operating 
Standards, reserved in part.
    (i) Section 2105.21, Coke Ovens and Coke Oven Gas, replaces section 
520.B. through 520.J. and section 530 of Article XX.
    (ii) Section 2105.49, Fugitive Emissions, replaces section 528 of 
Article XX.
    (6) Part F (sections 2106 et seq.), Air Pollution Episodes, 
reserved.
    (7) Part G (sections 2107 et seq.), Methods, reserved in part:
    (i) Section 2107.1, General.
    (ii) Section 2107.2, Particulate Matter.
    (8) Part H (sections 2108 et seq.), Compliance, reserved.
    (9) Part I (sections 2109 et seq.), Enforcement, reserved.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the January 6, 1994 State submittal.
    (93) [Reserved]
    (94) Revision to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Volatile Organic 
Compound (VOC) Regulations, amending 25 Pa Code Chapters 121--General 
Provisions and Chapter 129--Standards for Sources submitted on August 
19, 1992, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources 
(PADER).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A letter of August 19, 1992, from PADER transmitting a state 
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deficiencies and adds requirements for the control of VOCs from surface 
coating, pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing, graphic arts and synthetic 
organic chemical manufacturing industry equipment leaks.
    (B) 25 Pa Code, Chapter 121, Sec. 121.4; and 25 Pa Code, Chapter 
129, Sec. Sec. 129.51, 129.52, 129.62, 129.66, 129.67, 129.69, 129.71 
and 129.72, submitted on August 19, 1992 and effective on May 23, 1992.
    (95) [Reserved]
    (96) Revisions to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Regulations State 
Implementation Plan submitted on November 12, 1992 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of November 12, 1992 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting a revised regulation to establish 
emission statements requirements annually for sources of nitrogen oxides 
and volatile organic compounds.
    (B) Revisions to amend 25 Pa. Code, specifically to include section 
135.5 and section 135.21. Effective on October 10, 1992.
    (97) Revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan 
submitted by the Secretary, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on December 31, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated December 31, 1992 from the Secretary, Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection, submitting a revision to the 
Allegheny County portion of the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Addition of new section E to the Allegheny County Health 
Department-Bureau of Air Pollution Control (ACHD) Rules and Regulations, 
Article XX, Chapter II (Inspections, Reporting, Tests and Monitoring), 
Sec. 202 (Reporting Requirements) were effective on October 8, 1992. 
This revision consists of an emission statement program for stationary 
sources which emit volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and/or nitrogen 
oxides (NOX) at or above specified actual emission threshold 
levels. This program applies to stationary sources within the county of 
Allegheny.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of December 31, 1992 state submittal pertaining to 
Pennsylvania Emission Statement Program.
    (98) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations Chapter 129.91 
submitted on January 6, 1995 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Two letters both dated January 6, 1995 from the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Resources transmitting source-specific VOC 
and/or NOx RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals and/or 
operating permits for the following sources: ESSROC Materials, Inc. 
(Northampton Co.)--cement manufacturer; Pennsylvania Power & Light--
Brunner Island SES (York Co.)--utility, PPG Industries, Inc. (Cumberland 
Co.)--glass manufacturer; Stroehmann Bakeries, Inc. (Dauphin Co.)--
bakery; GE Transportation Systems (Erie Co.)--utility; J.E. Baker/DBCA 
Refractory Facility (York Co.)--dolomitic refractory facility; Lafarge 
Corp. (Lehigh Co.)--cement manufacturer; West Penn Power Company--
Armstrong Power Station (Armstrong Co.), utility. In addition, the plan 
approval for Plain n' Fancy Kitchens, Inc. (Lebanon Co., kitchen cabinet 
surface coating) containing provisions limiting this source as a 
synthetic minor source (below RACT threshold level of 50 TPY potential 
VOC emissions) is being approved.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP):
    (1) ESSROC Materials, Inc.--PA 48-0004A, effective December 20, 
1994, except conditions (7)(a), (7)(b), (7)(d), (8)(a), (8)(b), (8)(d), 
(10), (16) through (19) pertaining to particulate matter or 
SO2 requirements and condition (25)(d) and (e) pertaining to 
compliance date extensions, and the expiration date of the plan 
approval.
    (2) Pennsylvania Power & Light--Brunner Island SES--PA 67-2005, 
effective December 22, 1994, except condition 2.d. and e. pertaining to 
compliance date extensions, and the expiration date of the plan 
approval.
    (3) PPG Industries, Inc.--OP 21-2002, effective December 22, 1994, 
except the expiration date of the operating permit.

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    (4) Stroehmann Bakeries, Inc.--PA 22-2003, effective December 22, 
1994, except condition 9.d. and e. pertaining to compliance date 
extensions and the expiration date of the plan approval.
    (5) GE Transportation Systems--Erie--OP 25-025, effective December 
21, 1994, except for condition 9 pertaining to pollutants other than VOC 
and NOX.
    (6) J.E. Baker/DBCA Refractory Facility--OP 67-2001, effective 
December 22, 1994, except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (7) Lafarge Corp.--PA 39-0011A, effective December 23, 1994, except 
for condition (4)(d) and (e) pertaining to compliance date extensions, 
condition (8) pertaining to sulfur in fuel requirements, those in 
condition (9) not pertaining to VOC or NOX, and the 
expiration date of the plan approval, and OP 39-0011, effective December 
23, 1994, except conditions (8), (9), and (13) through (15), pertaining 
to sulfur in fuel requirements, and the expiration date of the operating 
permit.
    (8) West Penn Power Company--Armstrong Power Station--PA 03-000-023, 
effective December 29, 1994, except for the expiration date of the plan 
approval and condition 5. pertaining to VOC and condition 9. pertaining 
to a facility-wide NOX cap, PA 03-306-004 (for unit 2), 
effective March 28, 1994, except for condition 12. (d) and (e), 
pertaining to compliance date extensions, and the expiration date of the 
plan approval, and PA 03-306-006 (for unit 1), effective November 22, 
1994, except for condition 13. (d) and (e), pertaining to compliance 
date extensions, and the expiration date of the plan approval.
    (9) Plain n' Fancy Kitchens, Inc.--PA 38-318-019C, effective 
December 23, 1994, except for condition 2.d. and e., pertaining to 
compliance date extensions, and the expiration date of the plan 
approval.
    (99) Revisions to the Pennsylvania implementation plan for Allegheny 
County pertaining to the operation and maintenance of certain air 
pollution control devices at USX Corporation's Clairton Works submitted 
on April 26, 1995 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of April 26, 1995 from Mr. James M. Seif, Secretary, 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources transmitting a SIP 
revision for Allegheny County regarding USX Corporation's Clairton 
Works.
    (B) Portions of an enforcement order and agreement entered into by 
and between the Allegheny County Health Department and USX Corporation 
on November 17, 1994 (Enforcement Order No. 200 Upon Consent). 
Specifically, the introductory section (pages 1-2), the section 
entitled, ``I. Order'' (pages 2-6), and attachments C and D to the 
enforcement order and agreement which list the relevant pollution 
control equipment. The Agreement was effective on November 17, 1994.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of Pennsylvania's December 9, 1993 submittal.
    (100) Revisions to Article XX (Air Pollution Control) of the 
Allegheny County Health Department Rules and Regulations submitted on 
September 25, 1989 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of September 25, 1989 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting revisions to Article XX (Air 
Pollution Control) of the Allegheny County Health Department Rules and 
Regulations governing visible emissions.
    (B) Revision to Article XX, Section 401.B (Visible Emissions-
Exclusion) and deletion of Article XX, Section 518 (Blast Furnace 
Slips), effective July 1, 1989.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of September 25, 1989 State submittal pertaining to 
Article XX, Sections 401 and 518.
    (101) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources regarding RACT 
requirements for two Stroehmann Bakeries, Inc. facilities located in 
Lycoming and Bradford Counties, submitted on February 24, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of February 24, 1995 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources submitting a revision to the State 
Implementation Plan.
    (B) Plan Approval Nos. PA-41-0001 and PA-08-0001 and Operating 
Permit

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Nos. OP-41-0001A and OP-08-0001A, issued and effective February 9, 1995.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the State Implementation Plan revision request 
submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources on 
February 24, 1995, pertaining to the Plan Approvals and Operating 
Permits listed above.
    (102) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations Chapter 129.91 
submitted on January 6, 1995, April 24, 1995 and May 31, 1995 by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Four letters, two dated January 6, 1995, one dated April 24, 
1995, and one dated May 31, 1995, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting source-specific VOC and/or NOx RACT 
determinations in the form of plan approvals and/or operating permits 
for the following sources: (1) PECO Energy--Eddystone (Delaware Co.)--
utility, (2) Gilberton Power Company (Schuylkill Co.)--utility, (3) 
Bethlehem Steel Structural Products Corp. (Northampton Co.)--steel 
manufacturer, (4) Westwood Energy Properties, Inc. (Schuylkill Co.)--
utility, (5) PECO Energy Co.--Front Street (Montgomery Co.)--utility, 
(6) Crawford Furniture Manufacturing Corp. (Clarion Co.)--furniture 
manufacturer, (7) Schuylkill Energy Resources (Schuylkill Co.)--
cogeneration plant, (8) Panther Creek Partners (Carbon Co.)--utility, 
(9) Columbia Gas Transmission Co.--Milford (Pike Co.), (10) Texas 
Eastern Transmission Corp.--Entriken (Huntingdon Co.)--Natural gas 
pipeline compressor station, (11) Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.--
Greencastle (Franklin Co.). In addition, the operating permit for Lord 
Corporation (Erie Co.), aerospace surface coating operation containing 
provisions limiting this source as a synthetic minor source (below RACT 
threshold level of 50 TPY potential VOC emissions) is being approved.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP):
    (1) PECO Energy--Eddystone--PA 23-0017, effective December 28, 1994, 
except the expiration date of the plan approval, and OP 23-0017, 
effective December 28, 1994, except the expiration date of the operating 
permit and conditions 6.C.(1) through (7), 6.D.(1)(c), 7.C.(1) through 
(5), 7.D.(1)(a) and 8.D.(1)(a) pertaining to SO2 or PM10 
requirements.
    (2) Gilberton Power Company--OP 54-0004, effective December 20, 
1994, except the expiration date of the operating permit and condition 5 
pertaining to SO2 and PM10 requirements.
    (3) Bethlehem Structural Products Corp.--OP 48-0010, effective 
December 20, 1994, except the expiration date of the operating permit, 
OP 48-0013, effective December 20, 1994, except the expiration date of 
the operating permit and condition (11)(d) through (f) pertaining to 
sulfur and metals, OP 48-0014, effective December 20, 1994, except the 
expiration date of the operating permit and conditions (8) and (9) 
pertaining to particulate matter, and OP 48-0015, effective December 20, 
1994, except the expiration date of the operating permit and conditions 
(9) and (10) pertaining to visible emissions and particulate matter.
    (4) Westwood Energy Properties, Inc.--OP 54-0006, effective December 
27, 1994, except the expiration date of the operating permit and the 
particulate and SO2 emission limitations in condition (5).
    (5) PECO Energy Company--Front Street--OP 46-0045, effective March 
31, 1995, except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (6) Crawford Furniture Manufacturing Corp.--OP 16-021, effective 
March 27, 1995.
    (7) Schuylkill Energy Resources--OP 54-0003, effective May 19, 1995, 
except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (8) [Reserved]
    (9) Columbia Gas Transmission Company--Milford--OP 52-0001, 
effective May 19, 1995, except the expiration date of the operating 
permit.
    (10) Texas Eastern Transmission Corp.--OP 31-2003, effective May 16, 
1995, except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (11) Columbia Gas Transmission Corp.--Greencastle--OP 28-2003, 
effective April 21, 1995, except the expiration date of the operating 
permit.
    (12) Lord Corporation--OP 25-095, effective March 30, 1995.

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    (103) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOx RACT and 1990 baseyear emissions inventory for 
one source, submitted on January 6, 1995, May 10, 1995, May 31, 1995, 
August 11, 1995 (as amended on November 15, 1995), October 24, 1995, and 
December 8, 1995 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Nine letters: three dated January 6, 1995, and one each dated 
May 10, 1995, May 31, 1995, August 11, 1995, October 24, 1995, November 
15, 1995, and December 8, 1995 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection) transmitting source specific VOC and/or NOx 
RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals or operating permits 
for the following sources: Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company--Station 313 
(Potter Co.)--natural gas transmission and gas storage station; Corning 
Asahi Video Products Company (Centre Co.)--glass manufacturer; Columbia 
Gas Transmission Company--Easton station (Northampton Co.)--natural gas 
compressor station, (4) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation--Bedford 
(Bedford Co.)--natural gas compressor station; Texas Eastern 
Transmission--Marietta (Lancaster Co.)--natural gas compressor station; 
Hercules Cement Company (Northampton Co.)--cement manufacturer; Lone 
Star Industries (Northampton Co.)--cement manufacturer; Pennsylvania 
Power and Light--Montour SES (Montour Co.)--utility; Pennsylvania 
Electric Company--Shawville (Clearfield Co.)--utility; Zinc Corporation 
of America--Monaca (Beaver Co.)--zinc smelting; Procter and Gamble Paper 
Products--Mehoopany (Wyoming Co.)--pulp and paper making facility. In 
addition, the operating permit for Columbia Gas Transmission 
Corporation--Union City (Erie Co.), a natural gas compressor station, 
containing provisions limiting this source as a synthetic minor source 
(below RACT threshold level of 100 tons per year of potential NOx 
emissions) is being approved.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP):
    (1) Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company--Station 313--PA 53-0001, 
effective November 27, 1995, except the expiration date of the plan 
approval and the portion of condition 6 pertaining to CO 
emissions, OP 53-0001, effective November 27, 1995, except the 
expiration date of the operating permit, condition 21 
pertaining to prevention of significant deterioration and the portions 
of condition 22 pertaining to CO emissions, and Compliance 
permit (CP) 53-0001, effective November 27, 1995, except the expiration 
date of the compliance permit.
    (2) Corning Asahi Video Products Company--OP 14-0003, effective 
December 27, 1994, except the expiration date of the operating permit, 
OP 14-309-010A, effective May 5, 1994, except the expiration date of the 
operating permit and condition 6 and 7, pertaining to 
particulate matter and arsenic, OP 14-309-009C, effective August 18, 
1994, except the expiration date of the operating permit and conditions 
12 and 14, pertaining to particulate matter and lead, and OP 
14-309-037A, effective May 5, 1994, except the expiration date of the 
operating permit and conditions 10, 11, 12, and 15, pertaining 
to particulate matter, fluorides and arsenic.
    (3) Columbia Gas Transmission Company--Easton--OP 48-0001, effective 
May 19, 1995, except the expiration date of the operating permit and PA 
48-0001A, effective May 19, 1995, except the expiration date of the plan 
approval.
    (4) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation--Bedford--OP 05-2007, 
effective May 16, 1995, except the expiration date of the operating 
permit.
    (5) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation--Marietta--PA 36-2025, 
effective May 16, 1995, except the expiration date of the plan approval 
and condition 2, pertaining to compliance date extensions.
    (6) Hercules Cement Company--PA 48-0005A, effective December 23, 
1994, except the expiration date of the plan approval and condition 
4, pertaining to compliance date extensions, and all the 
following conditions that do not pertain to VOC or NOX RACT: 
10(a), (b) and (d), 11(a), (b) and (d), 
12(a), (b) and (d), 13(a), (b) and (d), 14, 
15, 21

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through 24, 30, pertaining to compliance date extensions and OP 
48-0005, effective December 23, 1994, except the expiration date of the 
operating permit and conditions 8 and 9, pertaining to 
particulate matter.
    (7) Lone Star Industries--OP 48-0007, effective December 20, 1994, 
except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (8) Pennsylvania Power & Light--Montour SES--PA 47-0001A, effective 
December 27, 1994, except the expiration date of the plan approval and 
condition 14, pertaining to compliance date extensions and OP 
47-0001, effective December 27, 1994, except the expiration date of the 
operating permit.
    (9) Pennsylvania Electric Company--Shawville--PA 17-0001, effective 
December 27, 1994, except the expiration date of the plan approval and 
condition 19, pertaining to compliance date extensions.
    (10) Zinc Corporation of America--Monaca--OP 04-000-044, effective 
December 29, 1994, except for the expiration date of the operating 
permit and those portions of conditions 8 and 9 pertaining to 
CO and PM10.
    (11) Procter and Gamble Paper Products Company--Mehoopany--OP 66-
0001, effective December 20, 1994, except the expiration date of the 
operating permit and PA 66-0001A, effective December 20, 1994, except 
the expiration date of the plan approval and condition 4, 
pertaining to compliance date extensions, those portions of condition 
5, pertaining to CO, SO2 or particulate matter, and 
condition 17, pertaining to odor.
    (12) Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation--Union City--OP 25-892, 
effective April 11, 1995 except the portion of condition 8, 
pertaining to compliance date extensions.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of January 6, 1995, May 10, 1995, May 31, 1995, August 
11, 1995, October 24, 1995, and December 8, 1995 State submittals.
    (B) Additional clarifying material submitted by Pennsylvania: Letter 
dated July 18, 1995 from Matthew M. Williams, Air Pollution Control 
Engineer, Pennsylvania DEP, to Steve H. Finch, Vice President, 
Environmental Affairs, Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation, stating 
that the effective date of the Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation--
Union City operating permit (OP 25-892) is April 11, 1995.
    (104) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations Chapter 129.91 
submitted on August 1, 1995 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Two letters, one dated August 1, 1995, from James Seif, 
Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, 
transmitting source-specific VOC and/or NOX RACT 
determinations in the form of operating permits for the following 
sources: James River Corporation--Chambersburg (Franklin County)--
printer. In addition, operating permits for the following sources 
containing provisions limiting these sources as ``synthetic minor'' 
sources (below RACT threshold level for VOC and/or NOX 
emissions) are being approved: Appleton Papers, Inc. (Cumberland 
County)--carbon paper producer; Air Products & Chemicals, Inc.--
Trexlortown (Lehigh County)--gas production/storage facility; Elf 
Atochem North America, Inc. (Montgomery County)--chemical research & 
development firm; York City Sewer Authority--Manchester Township (York 
County)--waste water treatment facility; Glasgow, Inc.--Ivy Rock Plants 
1 & 2 (Montgomery County)--asphalt production facility; Glasgow, Inc.--
Catanach Plant (Chester County)--asphalt production facility; Glasgow, 
Inc.--Freeborn Asphalt Plant (Delaware County)--asphalt production 
facility.
    (B) One letter, dated November 15, 1995, from James Seif, Secretary 
of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, transmitting 
source-specific VOC and/or NOX RACT determinations in the 
form of operating permits including the following source: Glasgow, 
Inc.--Spring House Plants 1 & 2 (Montgomery County)--asphalt production 
facility;
    (C) Operating permits (OP):
    (1) James River Corporation--OP 28-2006, effective June 14, 1995, 
except the expiration date of the operating permit.

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    (2) Appleton Papers, Inc.--OP 21-2004, effective May 24, 1995, 
except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (3) Air Products and Chemicals, Inc.--OP 39-0008, effective May 25, 
1995, except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (4) Elf Atochem North America, Inc.--OP 46-0022, effective June 27, 
1995, except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (5) York City Sewer Authority, Manchester Township--OP 67-2013, 
effective March 1, 1995, except the expiration date of the operating 
permit.
    (6) Glasgow, Inc., Ivy Rock Asphalt Plants 1 & 2--OP 46-0043, 
effective June 7, 1995, except for the expiration date of the operating 
permit.
    (7) Glasgow, Inc., Spring House Asphalt Plants 1 & 2--OP 46-0029, 
effective June 7, 1995, except for the expiration date of the operating 
permit.
    (8) Glasgow, Inc., Catanach Asphalt Plant--OP 15-0021, effective 
June 7, 1995, except for the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (9) Glasgow, Inc., Freeborn Asphalt Plant--OP 23-0026, effective 
June 7, 1995, except for the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (105) The carbon monoxide redesignation and maintenance plan for 
part of Philadelphia County submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on September 8, 1995 and October 30, 1995, as 
part of the Pennsylvania SIP. The 1990 base year CO emission inventory 
and projections are included in the maintenance plan.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters of September 8, 1995 and October 30, 1995 from the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection requesting the 
redesignation and submitting the maintenance plan.
    (B) Maintenance Plan for the Philadelphia Carbon Monoxide 
Nonattainment Area adopted on October 16, 1995.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of September 8, 1995 and October 30, 1995 State 
submittal.
    (106) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.82 
pertaining to Stage II Vapor Recovery and the associated definition of 
gasoline dispensing facilities originally submitted on March 4, 1992 and 
supplemented on October 26, 1995 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection (formerly known as the Department of 
Environmental Resources):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of October 26, 1995 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting sections 6.7 (b), (c), (h) and 
section 17(2) of the Pennsylvania Air Pollution Control Act as amended 
on June 29, 1992.
    (B) Sections 6.7 (b), (c), (h), and section 17(2) of the 
Pennsylvania Air Pollution Control Act, amended June 29, 1992 and 
effective on July 9, 1992.
    (107) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 127 by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of February 4, 1994 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting revisions to the New Source Review 
Provisions.
    (B) Revisions to the following Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Quality Regulations, effective January 15, 1994:
    (1) Addition of Chapter 127, Subchapter E, New Source Review, 
Sections 127.201 through 127.217 inclusive, effective January 15, 1994.
    (2) Deletion of Chapter 127, Subchapter C, Sections 127.61 through 
127.73.
    (ii) Additional materials consisting of the remainder of the 
February 4, 1994 State submittal pertaining to Chapter 127, Subchapter 
E.
    (108) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on January 6, 1995, 
July 5, 1995, July 31, 1995, August 1, 1995, September 20, 1995, 
November 22, 1995, and March 18, 1996 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Seven letters, dated January 6, 1995, July 5, 1995, July 31, 
1995, August 1, 1995, September 20, 1995, November 22, 1995, and March 
18, 1996 from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources 
(now known as the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection) 
transmitting source specific VOC and/or NOX RACT

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determinations in the form of plan approvals or operating permits for 
the following sources: U.G.I. Utilities, Inc. (Luzerne Co.)--utility, 
Solar Turbines (York Co.)--cogeneration facility, Columbia Gas 
Transmission--Renovo Compressor Station (Clinton Co.)--natural gas 
compressor station, National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation--East Fork 
Compressor Station (Potter Co.)--natural gas compressor station, York 
Resource Energy Systems, Inc. (York Co.)--municipal waste combustion 
facility, W.R. Grace & Co.--Formpac Division (Berks Co.)--expandable 
polystyrene blowing facility, CNG Transmission--Cherry Tree Station 
(Indiana Co.)--natural gas transmission station, EPC Power Corporation 
of Bethlehem (Delaware Co.)--Crozer Chester Cogeneration Plant, C-P 
Converters, Inc. (York Co.)--flexographic printing operation, Fisher 
Scientific Co. International--Instrument Manufacturing Division (Indiana 
Co.). In addition, the permits containing provisions limiting source 
emissions to synthetic minor sources levels (below RACT threshold level 
of 100 tons per year or 25 TPY of potential NOX emissions and 
50 TPY or 25 TPY for potential VOC emissions) are being approved for 
three sources: Adelphi Kitchens, Inc.--Robesonia factory (Berks Co.)--
wood furniture coating operation, Birchcraft Kitchens, Inc.--Reading 
factory (Berks Co.)--wood furniture coating operation, and Glasgow, 
Inc.--Bridgeport Asphalt Plant (Montgomery Co.)--asphalt plant.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP), Compliance permit 
(CP):
    (1) U.G.I. Utilities, Inc.--OP 40-0005, effective December 20, 1994 
and PA 40-0005A, effective December 20, 1994, except the expiration date 
of the plan approval and conditions  18, 19, and 20 pertaining 
to non-VOC or NOX emissions and ash and waste oil 
requirements.
    (2) Solar Turbines--PA 67-2009, effective August 17, 1995, except 
the expiration date of the plan approval and CP 67-2009, effective 
August 17, 1995, except the expiration date of the compliance permit.
    (3) Columbia Gas Transmission--Renovo Compressor Station--OP 18-
0001, effective July 18, 1995, except the expiration date of the 
operating permit and condition 8, pertaining to compliance date 
extensions and PA 18-0001, effective July 18, 1995, except the 
expiration date of the plan approval and condition 14, 
pertaining to compliance date extensions.
    (4) National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation--East Fork Compressor 
Station--OP 53-0007, effective July 17, 1995, except the expiration date 
of the operating permit, including the corrections to condition 
6 and 13 (from a letter dated July 31, 1995) and PA 53-0007A, 
effective July 17, 1995, except the expiration date of the plan 
approval.
    (5) York Resource Energy Systems, Inc.--PA 67-2006, effective August 
25, 1995, except the expiration date of the plan approval and the non-
VOC or non-NOX elements in conditions 4, 8, 9, 10 
12, 18, and 19.
    (6) W.R. Grace & Co.--Formpac Division--PA 06-1036, effective May 
12, 1995, except the expiration date of the plan approval and condition 
10 (d) and (e) pertaining to compliance date extensions and PA 
06-315-001, effective June 4, 1992, except the expiration date of the 
plan approval.
    (7) CNG Transmission Corporation--Cherry Tree Station--PA 32-000-
303, effective July 5, 1995, except the expiration date of the plan 
approval, the elements in condition 6 pertaining to carbon 
monoxide, and condition 16 D. and E. pertaining to compliance 
date extensions.
    (8) EPC Power Corporation of Bethlehem--Crozer Chester Cogeneration 
plant--OP 23-0007, effective June 8, 1995, except the expiration date of 
the operating permit.
    (9) C-P Converters, Inc.--OP 67-2030, effective August 30, 1995, 
except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (10) Fisher Scientific--Instrument Manufacturing Division--OP 32-
000-100, effective July 18, 1995, except the expiration date of the 
operating permit.
    (11) Adelphi Kitchens, Inc.--Robesonia factory--OP 06-1001, 
effective April 4, 1995, except the expiration date of the operating 
permit.
    (12) Birchcraft Kitchens, Inc.--Reading factory--OP 06-1005, 
effective April 4, 1995, except the expiration date of the operating 
permit.

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    (13) Glasgow, Inc.--Bridgeport Asphalt Plant--OP 46-0044, effective 
June 7, 1995, except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of January 6, 1995, July 5, 1995, August 1, 1995, 
September 20, 1995, State submittals.
    (B) Revision to the Pennsylvania SIP dated March 18, 1996, submitted 
by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, pertaining 
to the 1990 emission inventory for General Glass--Jeannette, 
Westmoreland County.
    (109) [Reserved]
    (110) Revisions to the Operating Permit, Plan Approval and Sampling 
and Testing Program Regulations submitted on May 18, 1995 by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of May 15, 1995 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting Pennsylvania's Title V operating 
permit, plan approval, and State operating permit programs.
    (B) Revisions to the definition of ``Potential to emit'' and 
addition of the following definitions in Title 25, Chapter 121, Section 
121.1, effective on November 26, 1994: ``Air pollution'', ``Applicable 
requirements'', ``Compliance docket'', ``Compliance review form'', 
``Deviation'', ``Documented conduct'', ``Federally enforceable emissions 
cap'', ``General plan approval'', ``General operating permit'', ``Minor 
operating permit modification'', ``Performance standard'', ``Related 
party'', ``Renewal'', ``Research and development facility'', 
``Responsible official'', ``Title V facility'', ``Title V permit'', and 
``Title V regulated air pollutant.''
    (C) The following amendments to Title 25, Chapter 127, effective on 
November 26, 1994: Sec. 127.1, 127.3, 127.11 through 127.14, 127.25, 
127.32, 127.35, 127.36, 127.44, 127.45, 127.47, 127.49 through 127.51, 
127.401 through 127.404, 127.411 through 127.414, 127.421 through 
127.431, 127.441 through 127.450, 127.461 through 127.464, 127.701 
through 127.703, and 127.707.
    (D) The following amendments to Title 25, Chapter 139, effective on 
November 26, 1994: Sec. 139.4, 139.5, 139.12, 139.13, 139.14, 139.32, 
139.101 through 139.104, and 139.108.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of May 18, 1995 State submittal.
    (111) Revisions to the Operating Permit and Plan Approval 
Regulations to add Subchapter H, ``General Plan Approvals and Operating 
Permits'', submitted on May 18, 1995 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of May 15, 1995 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting Pennsylvania's general plan 
approval and general operating permit programs.
    (B) The following amendments to Title 25, Chapter 127, effective on 
November 26, 1994: Sec. 127.601, 127.611, 127.612, 127.621, and 
127.622.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of Pennsylvania's May 18, 1995 submittal.
    (112) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations--Philadelphia Lead 
Implementation Plan--submitted on September 30, 1994, by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of September 30, 1994 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources transmitting a revision to the Philadelphia 
portion of the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan for lead.
    (B) Licenses to operate (permits) effective September 21, 1994, for:
    (1) Franklin Smelting and Refining Corporation;
    (2) MDC Industries, Inc.; and
    (3) Anzon, Inc.
    (ii) Additional information. Remainder of September 30, 1994 
submittal.
    (113) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.93 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on August 1, 1995, 
December 8, 1995, June 10, 1996, and September 13, 1996, by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources (now known as the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Four letters, dated August 1, 1995, December 8, 1995, June 10, 
1996, and September 13, 1996, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental

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Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection) transmitting source-specific VOC and/or NOX RACT 
determinations for Caparo Steel Company (Mercer Co.)--steel mill, Sharon 
Steel Company (Mercer Co.)--steel mill, and Pennsylvania Electric 
Company (Penelec)--Williamsburg Station (Blair Co.)--utility.
    (B) Plan approval (PA) and Operating permit (OP):
    (1) Caparo Steel Company--OP 43-285, effective November 3, 1995, 
except condition 9 pertaining to non-NOX and non-VOC 
pollutants.
    (2) Sharon Steel Company--PA 43-017, effective November 3, 1995, 
except condition 9 pertaining to non-NOX and non-VOC 
pollutants.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of August 1, 1995, December 8, 1995, June 10, 1996, 
and September 13, 1996, State submittals pertaining to Caparo Steel 
Company, Sharon Steel Company, and Pennsylvania Electric Company 
(Penelec)--Williamsburg Station.
    (114) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations Chapter 129.91 
through 129.95 pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on 
August 1, 1995, September 20, 1995, December 8, 1995 and September 13, 
1996 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Four letters dated August 1, 1995, September 20, 1995, December 
8, 1995 and September 13, 1996 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting three source-specific RACT 
determinations; two of which involve operating permits and one 
(Mercersburg Tanning Company) which does not involve any type of permit. 
The three sources are:
    (1) DMi Furniture, Inc. (Adams County)--wood furniture manufacturer.
    (2) R. R. Donnelley & Sons Company, West Plant (Lancaster County)--
printing facility.
    (3) Mercersburg Tanning Company (Franklin County)--leather coating 
facility.
    (B) Operating Permits (OP):
    (1) DMi Furniture, Inc.--OP 01-2001, effective June 13, 
1995, except for the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (2) R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company, West Plant--OP 36-2026, 
effective July 14, 1995, except for the expiration date of the operating 
permit and the parts of conditions 5, 9b & 20 pertaining to Hazardous 
Air Pollutants (HAP's).
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of August 1, 1995, September 20, 1995, December 8, 
1995 and September 13, 1996 State submittals pertaining to DMi 
Furniture, Inc, R. R. Donnelley & Sons--West Plant, and Mercersburg 
Tanning Company.
    (115) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on January 6, 1995 
by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) One letter dated January 6, 1995 from the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source specific VOC 
and/or NOX RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals 
or operating permits for International Paper Company--Hammermill Papers 
Division--Lockhaven.
    (B) Operating permit (OP):
    (1) International Paper Company--Hammermill Papers Division--
Lockhaven--OP 18-0005, effective December 27, 1994, except the 
expiration date of the operating permit.
    (116) [Reserved]
    (117) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations Chapter 129.91 
through 129.95 pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on 
August 1, 1995 (amended March 20, 1997), June 10, 1996, and September 
13, 1996 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Three letters dated August 1, 1995, June 10, 1996, and September 
13, 1996 from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection 
transmitting three source-specific RACT determinations; two of which 
involve plan approvals and one which involves an operating permit. One 
letter dated March 20, 1997 amending the August 1, 1995 submittal 
pertaining to NOX RACT for AT&T Corporation. The three 
sources are:

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    (1) AT&T Corporation (Berks County)--electronics components 
manufacturer.
    (2) Garden State Tanning, Inc. (Berks County)--leather coating 
facility.
    (3) The Glidden Company (Berks County)--paint manufacturing 
facility.
    (B) Plan Approvals (PA), Operating Permits (OP):
    (1) AT&T Corporation--PA 06-1003, effective June 26, 1995, 
except for the expiration date of the plan approval, all conditions 
pertaining to NOX RACT determination, and conditions 18d & 
18e pertaining to temporary operation regarding compliance extension and 
expiration date of the plan approval.
    (2) Garden State Tanning, Inc.--PA 06-1014, effective June 
21, 1995, except for the expiration date of the plan approval, 
conditions 20, 21, 24, and 25 pertaining to visual/malodorous emissions, 
sulfur content, and water flow rates, and conditions 27d & 27e 
pertaining to temporary operation regarding compliance extension and 
expiration date of the plan approval.
    (3) The Glidden Company--OP 06-1035, effective February 15, 
1996, except for the expiration date of the operating permit, conditions 
13, 14, and 16, pertaining to operating permit renewal, sulfur content, 
and visual/malodorous emissions.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of August 1, 1995 (amended March 20, 1997), June 10, 
1996 and September 13, 1996 State submittals pertaining to AT&T 
Corporation, Garden State Tanning, Inc., and The Glidden Company.
    (118) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on March 27, 1995, 
November 15, 1995 and May 2, 1996 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now know as the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Four letters, dated March 27, 1995, November 15, 1995, May 2, 
1996 and September 13, 1996, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals, 
operating permits or a compliance permit for the following sources:
    (1) Maier's Bakery, Inc. (Reading Plant, Berks County)--bakery;
    (2) Morgan Corporation (Morgantown Plant, Berks County)--heavy duty 
truck manufacturer;
    (3) Allentown Cement Company (Maidencreek Township, Berks County)--
cement manufacturer;
    (4) Quaker Maid (Ontelaunee Township, Berks County)--manufacturer of 
kitchen cabinets;
    (5) Brentwood Industries, Inc. (Reading, Berks County)--manufacturer 
of plastic products;
    (6) Metropolitan Edison Company (Cumru Township, Berks County)--
electric generation station;
    (7) ICI Fluoropolymers (Caln Township, Chester County)--manufacturer 
of free flow polytetrafluoro-ethylene (PTFE);
    (8) Synthetic Thread Company (City of Bethlehem, Lehigh County)--
manufacturer of coated nylon and polyester thread; and
    (9) Bird-In-Hand Woodworks, Inc. (East Hempfield Township, Lancaster 
County)--manufacturer of wood furniture for children.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating Permits (OP) and a Compliance 
Permit:
    (1) Maier's Bakery, Inc.--PA 06-1023, effective September 20, 1995, 
except for the expiration date of the plan approval.
    (2) Morgan Corporation--OP 06-1025, effective August 31, 1995, 
except the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (3) Allentown Cement Company, Inc.--PA 06-1002, effective October 
11, 1995, except for conditions 17, 20, 21 
and 30 pertaining to non-NOX and non-VOC pollutants 
and the expiration date of the plan approval.
    (4) Quaker Maid--OP 06-1028, effective October 27, 1995, except the 
expiration date of the operating permit.
    (5) Brentwood Industries, Inc.--PA 06-1006, effective February 12, 
1996, except for the expiration date of the plan approval.
    (6) Metropolitan Edison Company--PA 06-1024, effective March 9, 
1995, except the expiration date of the plan approval and condition 
13 pertaining to non-NOX and non-VOC pollutant.

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    (7) ICI Fluoropolymers--PA 15-0009 and CP 15-0009, effective October 
3, 1995, except the expiration date of the plan approval and the 
compliance permit.
    (8) Synthetic Thread Company--PA 39-0007A, effective August 10, 
1995, except the expiration date of the plan approval.
    (9) Bird-In-Hand Woodworks, Inc.--OP 36-2022, effective September 
27, 1995, except for the expiration date of the operating permit.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of March 27, 1995, November 15, 1995 and May 2, 1996 
State submittals.
    (119) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on January 10, 1996 
and September 13, 1996 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Two letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now, the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection) transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of operating permits on 
the following dates: January 10, 1996 and September 13, 1996.
    (B) Operating permits (OP):
    (1) Heinz Pet Products, Columbia County, OP-19-0003, effective 
November 27, 1995, except for the expiration date of the operating 
permit and conditions No. 15 through No. 24 pertaining to non-VOC and 
non-NOX pollutants.
    (2) Graco Children's Products, Inc., Chester County, OP-15-0006, 
effective November 30, 1995, except for the expiration date of the 
operating permit.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's January 10, 1996 
and September 13, 1996 submittals.
    (120) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on January 21, 
1997, January 28, 1997, and May 31, 1995 by the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Four letters, dated January 21, 1997, January 28, 1997, May 31, 
1995 and September 13, 1996, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of operating permits, a 
plan approval and a compliance permit for the following sources:
    (1) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation (Bernville, Berks 
County)--natural gas compressor station;
    (2) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation (Bechtelsville, Berks 
County)--natural gas compressor;
    (3) Carpenter Technology Corporation (Reading/Muhlenberg Township, 
Berks County)--steel manufacturer; and
    (4) North American Fluoropolymers Company (Ontelanunee, Berks 
County)--manufacturer of teflon crumbs.
    (B) Operating Permits (OP), Plan Approval (PA) and Compliance Permit 
(CP):
    (1) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation (Bernville)--(OP-06-1033) 
effective January 31, 1997, except for the expiration date of the 
operating permit.
    (2) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation (Bechtelsville)--(OP-06-
1034) effective January 31, 1997, except for the expiration date of the 
operating permit.
    (3) Carpenter Technology Corporation--(OP-06-1007), effective 
September 27, 1996, except for those portions of conditions Nos. 28 
through 41 and Nos. 43 through 54 pertaining to non-VOC and non-
NOX pollutants and the expiration date of the operating 
permit.
    (4) North American Fluoropolymers Company--(PA-06-1026) and (CP-06-
1026), effective April 19, 1995, except for the expiration dates of the 
plan approval and the compliance permit.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's January 21, 
1997, January 27, 1997, and May 31, 1995 submittals.
    (B) Additional material submitted by Pennsylvania: Letter dated 
March 25, 1997 from Mr. James Salvaggio, Director, Bureau of Air Quality 
Control, Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources to Mr. 
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Maslany, Director, Air, Radiation and Toxics Division, EPA Region III 
providing clarifying information related to the Carpenter Technology 
Corporation operating permit and the North American Fluoropolymers 
Company plan approval.
    (121) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on December 8, 
1995, February 20, 1996, March 21, 1996, April 16, 1996, and September 
13, 1996 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources (now 
known as the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Five letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now, the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection) transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals or 
operating permits on the following dates: December 8, 1995, February 20, 
1996, March 21, 1996, April 16, 1996, and September 13, 1996.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP), Compliance permits 
(CP):
    (1) CNG Transmission Corporation--Ellisburg, Potter County, OP-53-
0004, effective February 29, 1996, except for the expiration date of the 
operating permit; PA-53-0004A effective February 29, 1996, except for 
the expiration date of the plan approval; and CP-53-0004A except for the 
expiration date, except for item 6 regarding future compliance 
extensions.
    (2) CNG Transmission Corporation--Greenlick Compressor Station, 
Potter County, PA-53-0003A, effective December 18, 1995, except for the 
plan approval expiration date, except for the portion of item 3 
regarding carbon monoxide (CO) emissions increases, except the portion 
of item 4 regarding CO emission limitations; OP-53-0003, 
effective December 18, 1995 except for the operating permit expiration 
date; and CP-53-0003A, except for the expiration date of the compliance 
permit, except for item 6 regarding future compliance 
extensions.
    (3) CNG Transmission Corporation--Crayne Station, Greene County, OP 
30-000-089, effective December 22, 1995 except for the expiration date 
of the operating permit, except for the portion of item 4 
regarding CO emission limitations, except for item 9 regarding 
emission limitation revisions.
    (4) CNG Transmission Corporation--State Line Station, Potter County, 
OP-53-0008, effective January 10, 1996 except for the expiration date of 
the operating permit, except for the portions of item 22 
regarding CO emission limitations.
    (5) CNG Transmission Corporation--Big Run, Jefferson County, PA 33-
147, effective June 27, 1995, except for item 9 regarding 
emission limitation revisions.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's December 8, 
1995, February 20, 1996, March 21, 1996, April 16, 1996, and September 
13, 1996 submittals pertaining to the RACT determinations for the five 
sources listed in (i) above.
    (122) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on August 1, 1995, 
December 8, 1995, and September 13, 1996 by the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Three letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now, the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection) transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of operating permits on 
the following dates: August 1, 1995, December 8, 1995, and September 13, 
1996.
    (B) Operating Permits (OP):
    (1) Medusa Cement Company, Lawrence County--OP 37-013, effective 
July 27, 1995, except for item No. 9 relating to future emission 
limitations.
    (2) Keystone Cement Company, Northampton County--OP 48-0003, 
effective May 25, 1995, except for the expiration date and item No. 7 
relating to future emission limitations.

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    (3) Lehigh Portland Cement Company, York County--OP 67-2024, 
effective May 26, 1995, except for the expiration date and item No. 7 
relating to future emission limitations.
    (4) Mercer Lime and Stone Company, Butler County--OP 10-023, 
effective May 31, 1995, except for item No. 6 relating to future 
emission limitations.
    (5) Con-Lime, Inc., Centre County--OP 14-0001, effective June 30, 
1995, except for the expiration date and item No. 8 relating to future 
emission limitations and items (or portions thereof) Nos. 17, 18, 20, 
22, 24, 25, and 26 relating to non-VOC or non-NOX provisions.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's August 1, 1995, 
December 8, 1995, and September 13, 1996 submittals.
    (123) The ten-year ozone maintenance plan for the Reading, 
Pennsylvania area (Berks County) submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on January 28, 1997:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of January 28, 1997 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the ten-year ozone maintenance 
plan and 1990 base year emission inventories for the Reading area.
    (B) The ten-year ozone maintenance plan for the Reading area, 
including emission projections, control measures to maintain attainment 
and contingency measures, adopted on February 3, 1997.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of January 28, 1997 Commonwealth submittal pertaining 
to the maintenance plan for the Reading area.
    (124) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on December 8, 1995 
by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Resources (now known as 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Two letters, dated December 8, 1995 and September 13, 1996, from 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting 
source-specific VOC and/or NOX RACT determinations in the 
form of one plan approval for the following source: Pennzoil Products 
Company (Rouseville, Venango County)--petroleum refinery.
    (B) Plan Approval (PA):
    (1) Pennzoil Products Company (Rouseville)--(PA-61-016) effective 
September 8, 1995, except for condition Nos. 9 pertaining to non-VOC and 
non-NOX pollutants and expiration date of the plan approval.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's December 8, 1995 
submittal.
    (B) Additional material submitted by Pennsylvania dated May 23, 
1997, providing clarifying information related to Pennzoil Products 
Company plan approval.
    (125) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations Chapter 129.91 
through 129.95 pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on 
September 20, 1995 (amended April 16, 1997), August 15, 1996, and 
September 13, 1996 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Three letters dated September 20, 1995, August 15, 1996, and 
September 13, 1996 from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection transmitting one source-specific RACT determination and 1990 
baseyear VOC emissions inventory change for R.R. Donnelley & Sons 
Company (East Plant). One letter dated April 16, 1997 amending the 
September 20, 1995 submittal. The source is R.R. Donnelley & Sons 
Company, East Plant (Lancaster County)--printing facility.
    (B) Operating Permits (OP):
    (1) R.R. Donnelley & Sons Company, East Plant--OP 36-2027, 
effective July 14, 1995, except for the expiration date of the operating 
permit, all conditions pertaining to NOX RACT determination, 
and the parts of conditions 8, 12b & 23 pertaining to Hazardous Air 
Pollutants (HAP's).
    (ii) Additional Material. Remainder of September 20, 1995, August 
15, 1996, and September 13, 1996 State submittals pertaining to R.R. 
Donnelley & Sons--East Plant.
    (126) Revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan on 
June 12,

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1997 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A letter of June 12, 1997 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the General Conformity Rule.
    (B) 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127, Sec. Sec. 127.801 and 127.802--General 
Conformity Rule, effective November 9, 1996.
    (ii) Additional material from the Pennsylvania's June 12, 1997 
submittal pertaining to 25 Pa. Code Chapter 127.
    (127) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 121.1--
Definitions, submitted on February 4, 1994 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection (formerly Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Resources) and effective on January 15, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated February 4, 1994 from the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Protection transmitting the definitions in Chapter 121 
relating to the Pennsylvania VOC and NOx RACT regulation (Chapter 129.91 
through 129.95) and new source review regulation (Chapter 127).
    (B) Title 25 Pennsylvania Code, Chapter 121.1--definitions, 
effective January 15, 1994.
    (128) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to NOX RACT, submitted on September 13, 1996 and 
January 21, 1997 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Two letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now, the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection) transmitting source-specific NOX 
RACT determinations in the form of an operating permit on the following 
dates: September 13, 1996 and January 21, 1997.
    (B) Operating permit (OP). Panther Creek Energy Facility, Carbon 
County, OP  13-0003, effective date of December 2, 1996, except 
for condition  7 pertaining to particulate, PM-10, SO2, CO and 
VOC emission limits, condition  10 pertaining to particulate 
emissions, condition  11 pertaining to opacity, condition 
 12 pertaining to the Standards of Performance for New 
Stationary Sources and the expiration date.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's September 13, 
1996 and January 21, 1997 submittals.
    (129) Limited approval of revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, 
Chapter 129.91 through 129.95, pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT 
submitted on February 4, 1994 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection):
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of February 4, 1994 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Enviromental Resources transmitting Pennsylvania VOC and NOX 
RACT regulations, Chapter 129.91 through 129.95.
    (B) Pennsylvania Reasonably Available Control Technology 
Requirements for Major Stationary Sources of Volatile Organic Compounds 
and Oxides of Nitrogen regulation, Chapter 129.91 through 129.95, 
effective on January 15, 1994, except for Chapter 129.93(b)(4).
    (C) Letter of May 3, 1994 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources amending the Pennsylvania regulation, Chapter 
129.93 (b)(4).
    (D) Pennsylvania Reasonably Available Control Technology 
Requirements for Major Stationary Sources of Volatile Organic Compounds 
and Oxides of Nitrogen regulation, Chapter 129.93 (b)(4), effective 
April 23, 1994.
    (E) Letter for September 18, 1995 from the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Protection amending Pennsylvania's February 4, 1994 
submittal to EPA by withdrawing Chapter 129.93(c)(6) and (7) from EPA 
consideration.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of February 4, 1994 State submittal.
    (B) Letter of September 23, 1996 from Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection agreeing to meet certain conditions by no later 
than 12 months after the publication of the final conditional 
rulemaking. These conditions are:

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    (1) Pennsylvania certify that it has submitted case-by-case RACT 
proposals for all sources subject to the RACT requirements (including 
those subject to 25 Pa. Code section 129.93(b)(1)) currently known to 
PADEP; or
    (2) Demonstrate that the emissions from any remaining subject 
sources represent a de minimis level of emissions, as defined in the 
final rulemaking.
    (130) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on December 31, 
1997 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A December 31, 1997 letter submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and/or NOX RACT determinations in the form of operating and 
compliance permits.
    (B) Operating permits (OP), compliance permits (CP):
    (1) Allegro MicroSystems W.G., Inc. (Montgomery County)--OP 46-0006, 
effective December 19, 1997, except for the expiration date and items 
Nos. 9, 13 and 14(D) relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (2) Hale Products, Inc. (Montgomery County)--OP 46-0057, effective 
November 21, 1997, except for the expiration date.
    (3) Con-Lime, Inc. (Centre County)--OP 14-0001, effective January 7, 
1998, except for the expiration date and items (or portions thereof) 
Nos. 8, 9, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25, and 28 relating to non-RACT 
provisions.
    (4) Coastal Aluminum Rolling Mills, Inc. (Lycoming County)--OP 41-
0007, effective November 21, 1997, except for the expiration date and 
items (or portions thereof) Nos. 9, 20, and 28 relating to non-RACT 
provisions.
    (5) International Envelope Company (Chester County)--OP 15-0023, 
effective November 2, 1995, except for the expiration date.
    (6) Brown Printing Company (Montgomery County)--CP 46-0018, 
effective September 26, 1996, except for the expiration date.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's December 31, 
1997 VOC and NOX RACT SIP revision submittal.
    (131) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations governing gasoline 
volatility requirements submitted on December 3, 1997 and April 17, 1998 
by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated December 3, 1997 and April 17, 1998 from the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting the low 
RVP gasoline volatility requirements for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 
ozone nonattainment area.
    (B) Revisions to 25 Pa Code, Chapters 121, 126, 139 pertaining to 
Gasoline Volatility Requirements, effective November 1, 1997.
    (1) Revisions to section 121.1--definitions of compliant fuel, 
distributor, Importer, Low RVP gasoline, Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley Area, 
RVP-Reid Vapor Pressure.
    (2) Addition of sections 126.301(a) through (c), 126.302 except for 
portions relating to RFG of (a)(6), and 126.303 (a).
    (3) Addition of paragraphs 139.4(18) and (19) pertaining to sampling 
procedures for Reid Vapor Pressure and gasoline volatility.
    (ii) Additional Material--Remainder of December 3, 1997 State 
submittal pertaining to the use of low RVP gasoline.
    (132) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC RACT, submitted on April 16, 1996 and March 24, 1998 
by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Two (2) letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC RACT 
determinations in the form of operating permits on the following dates: 
April 16, 1996 and March 24, 1998.
    (B) Operating permits (OP):
    (1) The Fibre-Metal Products Company (Delaware County), OP 23-0025, 
effective February 20, 1998, except for the expiration date and 
conditions Nos. 16

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and 17 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (2) Finnaren & Haley, Inc. (Montgomery County), OP 46-0070, 
effective March 5, 1998, except for the expiration date and conditions 
Nos. 13 and 15 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (3) Fres-co System USA, Inc. (Bucks County), OP 09-0027, effective 
March 5, 1998, except for the expiration date and conditions No. 22 
relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (4) Graphic Packaging Corporation (Chester County), OP 15-0013, 
effective February 28, 1998, except for the expiration date and 
conditions Nos. 19 and 20 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (5) Montour Oil Service Company (Lycoming County), OP 41-0013, 
effective March 19, 1998, except for the expiration date and conditions 
Nos. 7 and 9 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (6) Atlantic Refining and Marketing Corporation (Northumberland 
County), OP 49-0015, effective March 19, 1998, except for the expiration 
date and conditions Nos. 8 and 10 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (7) Transwall Corporation (Chester County) OP 15-0025, effective 
march 10, 1998, except for the expiration date and conditions Nos. 15, 
19, and 21 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (8) Tavo Packaging, Inc. (Bucks County), OP 09-0008, effective 
November 8, 1995, except for the expiration date and condition No.7 
relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's April 16, 1996 
and March 24, 1998 VOC and NOX RACT SIP submittals for the 
relevant sources.
    (B) Additional clarifying material submitted by Pennsylvania: Letter 
dated March 24, 1998 from James M. Seif, Secretary, Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection providing additional information 
on Tavo Packaging, Inc.
    (133) Revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan 
consisting of Source-Specific Control Measures and a Revised Episode 
Plan for USX Clairton in the Liberty Borough PM-10 Nonattainment Area, 
submitted on October 30, 1997 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection:
    (I) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of October 30, 1997 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting a SIP revision for source specific 
control measures for USX Clairton located in the Liberty Borough PM-10 
nonattainment area of Allegheny County.
    (B) Revisions to Allegheny County's Article XXI applicable to USX's 
Clairton Coke Works, effective August 15, 1997, specifically:
    (1) Revisions to section 2104.02 limiting particulate matter 
emission from Boiler 1, requiring specific improvements to coal 
handling at Secondary Pulverizer 2, and requiring the operation 
of a mist eliminator at the Keystone cooling tower.
    (2) Revisions to section 2105.21 requiring the installation of ``big 
plug'' doors on most coke ovens by January 1, 2000.
    (3) The adoption of section 2106.05 requiring a source-specific 
``self audit emergency action plan.''
    (ii) Additional Material--Remainder of the October 30, 1997 State 
submittal.
    (134) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on February 20, May 
2, and September 13, 1996 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now known as the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Three (3) letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Resources (now, the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection) transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals, 
operating permits or compliance permits on the following dates: February 
20, May 2, and September 13, 1996.
    (B) Plan Approvals (PA), Operating Permits (OP), Compliance Permits 
(CP):
    (1) CNG Transmission Corporation--Harrison, Potter County, PA 53-
0005A, effective April 16, 1996, except for the plan approval expiration 
date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 4, 9, and 20 relating to non-
RACT provisions; OP 53-0005, effective April 16, 1996, except for the 
operating permit expiration date and item No. 23 relating to non-RACT 
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    (2) CNG Transmission Corporation--Leidy, Clinton County, PA 18-
0004A, effective March 25, 1996, except for the plan approval expiration 
date and item No. 11 relating to non-RACT provisions; OP 18-0004, 
effective February 29, 1996, except for the operating permit expiration 
date and item Nos. 14, 25 and 28 relating to non-RACT provisions; and CP 
18-0004A effective March 25, 1996.
    (3) CNG Transmission Corporation--Sabinsville, Tioga County, PA 59-
0002A, effective December 18, 1995, except for the plan approval 
expiration date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 3, 4, 5 and 10 
relating to non-RACT provisions; OP 59-0002, effective December 18, 
1995, except for the operating permit expiration date and item No. 15 
relating to non-RACT provisions, and CP 59-0002A effective December 18, 
1995.
    (4) CNG Transmission Corporation--Tioga, Tioga County, OP 59-0006, 
effective January 16, 1996, except for the operating permit expiration 
date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 9, 21, 24 and 28 relating to 
non-RACT provisions.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's February 20, May 
2, and September 13, 1996 VOC and NOX RACT SIP submittals for 
the relevant sources.
    (135) Revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan 
consisting of contingency measures for USX Clairton in the Liberty 
Borough PM-10 Nonattainment Area, submitted on July 12, 1995 by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 12, 1995 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting a SIP revision for contingency 
control measures for USX Clairton Works located in Liberty Borough PM-10 
nonattainment area of Allegheny County.
    (B) Revision to Allegheny County's Article XXI applicable to USX's 
Clairton Coke Works, effective July 11, 1995 specifically:
    (1) Revisions to section 2105.21.e included in Appendix 34 which 
require improved procedures to capture pushing emissions for all USX-
Clairton batteries except Battery B.
    (ii) Additional Material--Remainder of the July 12, 1995 submittal.
    (136) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on April 20, May 
29, and July 24, 1998, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Three letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals or 
operating permits on the following dates: April 20, May 29, and July 24, 
1998.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP):
    (1) Eldorado Properties Corporation, Northumberland County, OP 49-
0016, effective May 1, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration 
date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 7, 8, 9, and 10 relating to 
non-RACT provisions.
    (2) Endura Products, Inc., Bucks County, OP 09-0028, effective May 
13, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration date and item (or 
portions thereof) Nos. 11A and 15 through 21 relating to non-RACT 
provisions.
    (3) Ford Electronics & Refrigeration Company, Montgomery County, OP 
46-0036 , effective April 30, 1998; except for the operating permit 
expiration date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 11 through 18, 20, 
and 22 through 26 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (4) H & N Packaging, Inc., Bucks County, OP 09-0038, effective June 
8, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration date and item (or 
portions thereof) Nos. 4, 7, 8, and 11 through 20 relating to non-RACT 
provisions.
    (5) Lancaster County Solid Waste Management Authority, Lancaster 
County, PA 36-2013, effective June 3, 1998; except for the plan approval 
expiration date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 3 through 9, 11 
through 24, 27 through 37, and 39 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (6) Monsey Products Company, Chester County, OP 15-0031, effective 
June 4, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration date and item 
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    (7) Ortho-McNeil Pharmaceutical, Montgomery County, OP 46-0027, 
effective June 4, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration date 
and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 4, 9, and 13 through 20 relating to 
non-RACT provisions.
    (8) Piccari Press, Inc, Bucks County, OP 09-0040, effective April 
29, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration date and item (or 
portions thereof) Nos. 14, 15, 17, and 19 through 22 relating to non-
RACT provisions.
    (9) Pierce and Stevens Corporation, Chester County, OP 15-0011, 
effective March 27, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration 
date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 11 through 15 relating to non-
RACT provisions.
    (10) PQ Corporation, Delaware County, OP 23-0016, effective June 16, 
1998; except for the operating permit expiration date and item (or 
portions thereof) Nos. 8, 13, and 15 through 19 relating to non-RACT 
provisions.
    (11) Reynolds Metals Company, Chester County, OP 15-0004, effective 
May 8, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration date and item 
(or portions thereof) Nos. 4, 5, 14, 15, 17 through 42, and 44 through 
48 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (12) Rhone-Poulenc Rorer Pharmaceutical, Inc, Montgomery County, OP 
46-0048B, effective April 2, 1998; except for the operating permit 
expiration date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 11 through 42 
relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (13) Superior Tube Company, Montgomery County, OP 46-0020, effective 
April 17, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration date and item 
(or portions thereof) Nos. 17 through 25 relating to non-RACT 
provisions.
    (14) Uniform Tubes Inc., Montgomery County, OP 46-0046A, effective 
March 26, 1998; except for the operating permit expiration date and item 
(or portions thereof) Nos. 16, 17, and 19 through 24 relating to non-
RACT provisions.
    (15) U.S. Air Force--Willow Grove Air Reserve Station, Montgomery 
County, OP 46-0072, effective May 1, 1998; except for the operating 
permit expiration date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 11 through 15 
relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (16) U.S. Navy--Willow Grove Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base, 
Montgomery County, OP 46-0079, effective May 4, 1998; except for the 
operating permit expiration date and item (or portions thereof) Nos. 11, 
12, 15 through 26, and 28 through 33 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's April 20, May 
29, and July 24, 1998 submittals VOC and NOX RACT SIP 
submittals.
    (137) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on May 31, 1995, 
November 15, 1995, March 21, 1996 and September 13, 1996 by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Four letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals, 
operating or compliance permits on the following dates: May 31, 1995, 
November 15, 1995, September 13, 1996 and March 21, 1996.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP), Compliance Permits 
(CP):
    (1) Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation--Artemas Compressor 
Station, Bedford County, PA O5-2006, effective April 19, 1995; except 
for the plan approval expiration date and item (or portions thereof) 
Nos. 4 and 13 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (2) Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation--Donegal Compressor 
Station, Washington County, PA 63-000-631, effective July 10, 1995; 
except for the plan approval expiration date and item (or portions 
thereof) Nos. 9 and 20 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (3) Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation--Gettysburg Compressor 
Station, Adam County, OP 01-2003, effective April 21, 1995; except for 
the operating permit expiration date and item (or portions thereof) No. 
13 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (4) Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation--Eagle Compressor Station, 
Chester County, OP 15-022, effective February 1, 1996; except for the 
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(or portions thereof) Nos. 9 and 10 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (5) Columbia Gas Transmission Corporation--Downingtown Compressor 
Station, Chester County, CP-15-0020, effective September 15, 1995; 
except for the compliance permit expiration date and item (or portions 
thereof) Nos. 2 and 6 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (ii) Additional Material--Remainder of the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania's May 31, 1995, November 15, 1995, March 21, 1996 and 
September 13, 1996 VOC and NOX RACT SIP submittals.
    (138) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC RACT, submitted on December 8, 1995, September 13, 
1996, October 18, 1996, July 24, 1998, and October 2, 1998 by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Five (5) letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC determinations 
in the form of operating permits on the following dates: December 8, 
1995, September 13, 1996, October 18, 1996, July 24, 1998, and October 
2, 1998.
    (B) Operating permits (OP):
    (1) GKN Sinter Metals, Inc. (Cameron County), OP-12-0002, effective 
September 30, 1998, except for the expiration date and conditions Nos. 
14-20 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (2) Springs Window Fashions Division, Inc. (Lycoming County), OP-41-
0014, effective September 29, 1998, except for the expiration date and 
conditions Nos. 9-10 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (3) Cabinet Industries, Inc. (Montour County), OP-47-0005, effective 
September 21, 1998, except for the expiration date and conditions Nos. 
5-8 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (4) Centennial Printing Corp. (Montgomery County), OP-46-0068, 
effective October 31, 1996, as revised on May 11, 1998 except for the 
expiration date and conditions Nos. 13-15 and 17-20 pertaining to non-
RACT provisions.
    (5) Strick Corporation (Montour County), OP-47-0002, effective 
August 28, 1996, except for the expiration date and conditions Nos. 10-
11 and 21-22 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (6) Handy and Harmon Tube Co. (Montgomery County), OP-46-0016 
effective September 25, 1995, except for the expiration dates and 
conditions No. 11 relating to non-RACT provisions.
    (ii) Additional materials--Remainder of the Commonwealth of 
Pennsylvania's September 13, 1996, December 18, 1996, October 18, 1996, 
July 24, 1998 and October 2, 1998 submittals pertaining to the VOC RACT 
requirements for GKN Sinter Metals, Inc. (Cameron County), Springs 
Window Fashions Division, Inc. (Lycoming County), Cabinet Industries 
Inc. (Montour County), Centennial Printing Corp., Strick Corporation 
(Montour County), and Handy and Harmon Tubing Co. (Montgomery County).
    (139) Revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan 
adopting an enhanced motor vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) 
program, submitted on March 22, 1996, and formal amendments submitted by 
the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection 
on June 27, 1996; July 29, 1996; November 1, 1996; October 22, 1997; 
November 13, 1997; February 24, 1998; August 21, 1998; November 25, 
1998; and March 3, 1999.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of November 13, 1997 from the Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting 
regulations for an enhanced motor vehicle inspection and maintenance 
program.
    (B) Pennsylvania Department of Transportation Enhanced Motor Vehicle 
Inspection and Maintenance (I/M) Program regulations (contained in Title 
67 of the PA Code), effective September 27, 1997.
    (1) A definition for ``temporary inspection approval indicator'', 
added to section 175.2.
    (2) Section 175.11
    (3) Paragraph (f)(4) of section 175.29
    (4) Paragraphs (a), (b), (c), and (d) of section 175.41. Paragraph 
(b)(3) of section 175.41. Subparagraphs (d)(2)(ii) and (d)(2)(iii), and 
paragraphs (e)(5) and (f)(4) of section 175.41.
    (5) Sections 175.42, 175.43, 175.44, and 175.45.
    (6) Sections 177.1, 177.2, 177.3, 177.21, 177.22, 177.23, 177.24, 
177.51, 177.52, 177.53, 177.101, 177.102, 177.103, 177.104, 177.105, 
177.106.

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    (7) Sections 177.201, 177.202, 177.203, 177.204, 177.231, 177.233, 
177.251, 177.252, 177.253, 177.271, 177.272, 177.273, 177.274, 177.281, 
177.282, 177.291, 177.292, 177.301, 177.302, 177.304, and 177.305.
    (8) Sections 177.401, 177.402, 177.403, 177.404, 177.405, 177.406, 
177.407, 177.408, 177.421, 177.422, 177.423, 177.424, 177.425, 177.426, 
177.427, and 177.431.
    (9) Sections 177.501, 177.502, 177.503, 177.504, and 177.521.
    (10) Sections 177.602, 177.603, 177.605, 177.606, 177.651, 177.652, 
177.671, 177.672, 177.673, and 177.691.
    (11) Appendix A to Title 67 of the Pennsylvania Code.
    (12) Appendix B to Title 67 of the Pennsylvania Code.
    (ii) Additional Material--Remainder of Submittals. The Commonwealth 
submitted materials in support of its enhanced motor vehicle inspection 
and maintenance (I/M) program regulation. These materials were submitted 
in formal SIP revisions dated: March 27, 1996; July 29, 1996; November 
1, 1996; November 13, 1997; February 24, 1998; August 21, 1998; November 
25, 1998; and March 3, 1999, and include:
    (A) Submittal submitted under a letter dated March 22, 1996, from 
the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (B) Materials submitted under a letter dated June 27, 1996, from the 
Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection.
    (C) Materials submitted under a letter of July 29, 1996, from the 
Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection.
    (D) Materials submitted under a letter of November 1, 1996, from the 
Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection.
    (E) Materials submitted under a letter of October 27, 1997, from the 
Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection.
    (F) Materials submitted under a letter of February 24, 1998, from 
the Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection.
    (G) Documents submitted by a letter dated August 21, 1998, from the 
Secretary of the Department of Environmental Protection.
    (H) Materials submitted by the Secretary of the Department of 
Environmental Protection, in a letter dated November 25, 1998, and 
amended by a letter dated March 3, 1999.
    (140) [Reserved]
    (141) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations for a Clean Vehicles 
Program regulation submitted on January 8, 1999 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of January 8, 1999 from the Department of Environmental 
Protection transmitting the National Low Emission Vehicles Program, and 
a Pennsylvania Clean Vehicles Program as a ``backstop'' to the National 
Low Emissions Vehicle Program.
    (B) Amendments to Chapter 121 of Title 21 of the Pennsylvania Code, 
effective on December 5, 1998, to include definitions for the following 
terms: CARB, CARB Executive Order, California Code of Regulations, 
Dealer, Debit, Emergency Vehicle, Fleet Average, GVWR, LDT, LDV, Model 
Year, Motor Vehicle, Motor Vehicle Manufacturer, NLEV, NLEV Program, 
NMOG, New Motor Vehicle / New Light-Duty Vehicle, Offset Vehicle, 
Passenger Car, Ultimate Purchaser, Zero-Emission Vehicle
    (C) Amendments to Chapter 126 of Title 21 of the Pennsylvania Code, 
effective December 5, 1998, to add new sections: 126.401, 126.402, 
126.411, 126.412, 126.413, 126.421, 126.422, 126.423, 126.424, 126.425, 
126.431, 126.432, and 126.441.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of January 8, 1999 submittal 
pertaining to the National Low Emissions Vehicle Program and the 
Pennsylvania Clean Vehicles Program.
    (142) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations for an oxygenated 
gasoline program submitted on September 13, 1995 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of September 13, 1995 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the oxygenated gasoline regulation 
as a SIP revision.
    (B) Revisions to 25 PA Code Chapter 121, General Provisions , 
section 121.1 Definitions, the additions of section 126.101 General, 
section 126.102 Sampling and testing, section 126.103 Recordkeeping and 
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126.104 Labeling requirements to 25 PA Code Chapter 126 and the removal 
of section 126.1 Oxygenate content of gasoline from 25 PA Code Chapter 
126. These revisions became effective August 19, 1995.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of September 13, 1995 
submittal.
    (143) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on September 20, 1995, December 
8, 1995, January 10, 1996, March 21, 1996, April 16, 1996, May 2, 1996, 
June 10, 1996, September 13, 1996, January 21, 1997, July 2, 1997, 
November 4, 1997, December 31, 1997, March 24, 1998, April 20, 1998, May 
29, 1998, July 24, 1998, December 7, 1998, February 2, 1999, March 3, 
1999, April 9, 1999, and April 20, 1999.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals, 
operating permits, or compliance permits, or supplementary information, 
on the following dates: September 20, 1995, December 8, 1995, January 
10, 1996, March 21, 1996, April 16, 1996, May 2, 1996, June 10, 1996, 
September 13, 1996, January 21, 1997, July 2, 1997, November 4, 1997, 
December 31, 1997, March 24, 1998, April 20, 1998, May 29, 1998, July 
24, 1998, December 7, 1998, February 2, 1999, March 3, 1999, April 9, 
1999, and April 20, 1999.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP), and Compliance 
Permits (CP):
    (1) Boeing Company, Defense and Space Group, Helicopters Division, 
CP-23-0009, issued 09/03/1997, except for the expiration date, the 
requirements of Conditions 5.B, 6.C, 7.C, 8.C, 9.D, 10.B, and 11.B, and 
any of their associated recordkeeping and reporting requirements.
    (2) Delaware County Regional Water Quality Control Authority's 
Western Regional Treatment Plant (DELCORA WRTP), OP-23-0032, issued 03/
12/1997, as revised on 05/16/1997, except for the expiration date and 
the requirements of Conditions 9, 12, 14, 15, 16, and any associated 
recordkeeping and reporting requirements.
    (3) Delbar Products, Inc., OP-09-0025, issued 02/01/96, except for 
the expiration date and the requirements of Conditions 3, 4, 5, 6.A, 
6.B, 6.C.1, 6.C.2, 8 and 9.
    (4) Department of Public Welfare's Norristown State Hospital, OP-46-
0060, issued 01/21/1998, except for the expiration date and Conditions 
3, 4, 5, 8, 9, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24.
    (5) Dopaco, Inc., CP-15-0029, issued 03/06/1996, except for the 
expiration date and the requirements of Conditions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 
10.C, 10.D, 10.H.3, 10.H.4, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, and 17.
    (6) Garlock, Inc., PA-09-0035, issued 03/12/1997, except for the 
expiration date and Conditions 2, 10, 13, 15.B-F.
    (7) Interstate Brands Corporation, PLID 5811, effective 04/10/1995, 
except for Conditions 1.A(1), (2), (4) and (5), 2.B, 2.C, 7, 8, and 9. 
(Note: Interstate Brands Corporation acquired this facility through 
purchase of Continental Baking Company, which was the owner of the 
facility when the RACT permit was issued. Accordingly, Continental 
Baking Company is shown as the facility owner on the permit.)
    (8) J.B. Slevin Company, Inc., OP-23-0013, issued 09/03/1996, except 
for the expiration date and the requirements of Conditions 4, 5.A. and 
8, 9, and 10.
    (9) Laclede Steel Company, OP-09-0023, issued 7/17/1995, except for 
the expiration date and requirements of Conditions 3 and 7.
    (10) LNP Engineering Plastics, Inc., OP-15-0035, issued 10/31/97, 
except for the expiration date, Conditions 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 (as it relates 
to non-criteria pollutants), 10 (as it relates to keeping records 
required to show compliance with Condition 5), 12, 15, 16, and 21.
    (11) Lukens Steel Company, OP-15-0010, issued 05/06/1999, except for 
the expiration date, Conditions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 33, 
and 34. Permit Condition 3 lists units subject to RACT requirements. All 
of the listed units are subject to VOC RACT requirements, but only the C 
and D electric arc furnaces, the Drever Furnace, the NAB Furnaces, the 
nine batch heat treatment furnaces, the EMS boiler, the Soaking Pits and 
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ZIP line process are subject to NOX RACT requirements.
    (12) Nabisco Biscuit Co., PLID 3201, effective 04/10/1995, except 
for Conditions 1.A(1), 1.A(3), 1.A(4), 1.A(5), 1.A(6), 2.B, 2.C, 7, 8, 
and 9.
    (13) PECO Energy Company, Croydon Station, OP-09-0016A, issued 12/
20/1996, except for the expiration date, Conditions 4, 5, 7(C), 7(D), 
7(E) and 10.
    (14) PECO Energy Company, Limerick Station, OP-46-0038, issued 7/25/
1995, except for the expiration date, Conditions 4, 5, 8(B), 9(B), 
10(A)(3), 10(C), and 11.
    (15) PECO Energy Company, Fairless Works, OP-09-0066, issued 12/31/
1998, as revised on 04/06/1999, except for the expiration date, 
Conditions 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8, the portion of Condition 10 pertaining to 
sulfur content of fuel oil, the provision of Condition 11 (B) pertaining 
to annual NOX emissions, the provisions in 11(C) regarding 
landfill gas and Condition No. 15.
    (16) PECO Energy Company, West Conshohocken Plant, OP-46-0045A, 
issued 12/04/1997, except for the expiration date and the provisions of 
Conditions 3B, 3C, 3D, 4, 5, 6(B)(2), 7, 8, 9D, 9E, and 9F.
    (17) Pennsylvania Electric Company (owner) and GPU Generation, Inc. 
(operator), Front Street Plant, 25-0041, issued 02/25/1999, except for 
Conditions 7, 8, 9, and 10.
    (18) American Inks and Coatings Corporation, OP 15-0026A, issued 01/
10/1997, except for the expiration date, all ton per year limitations, 
and Conditions 3, 4, 5, 7(A), 8(A), 8(C), 9, 11, 12, 13, and 14.
    (19) Avery Dennison Corporation (Fasson Roll Division), OP 09-0001A, 
issued 10/02/1997, except for the expiration date, Conditions 3, 4, 5, 
7, 8, 9(A)1, 9(A)2, 9(A)3, 9(A)4, 9(A)5, 9(A)7, 9(A)8, 9(A)9, 9(B), 
9(C), 9(D), 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14.
    (20) Cabot Performance Materials, OP 46-0037, issued 04/13/1999, 
except for the expiration date and Conditions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 15(b), 
15(c), 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24.
    (21) Cleveland Steel Container Corporation, OP 09-0022, issued 09/
30/1996, except for the expiration date, and the allowable ton-VOC/year 
limits in Condition 4, and Conditions 3, 6, and 8.
    (22) CMS Gilbreth Packaging Systems, OP 09-0036, issued 01/07/1997, 
except for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 
24, 25, 26, and 27.
    (23) CMS Gilbreth Packaging Systems, OP 09-0037, issued 04/10/1997, 
except for the expiration date, Conditions 3, 4, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27, 
28, and 29.
    (24) Congoleum Corporation, OP 23-0021, issued 12/31/1998, except 
for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4, 5(A), 5(B), 5(D), 5(E), 6, 
7(a), 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 
25, and 26.
    (25) Epsilon Products Company, OP 23-0012, issued 02/15/1996, except 
for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4(B), 4(C), 7, 9, 10, 12, 13, 
14, and 15.
    (26) Foamex International, Inc., OP 23-0006A, issued 09/30/1996, as 
revised on 3/30/1999, except for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 
4, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14.
    (27) Forms, Inc., Spectra Graphics, OP 46-0023, issued 11/09/1995, 
as revised on 03/25/1998, except for the expiration date, Conditions 4, 
the VOC lbs/hr limits in Condition 5 for both the heatset and nonheatset 
press materials, 6, 7, 9, 11 and 12.
    (28) Global Packaging, Inc., OP 46-0026, issued 08/30/1996, as 
revised on 12/24/1997, except for the expiration date, Conditions 3, 4, 
5, 6, the nitrogen oxide limits in Condition 7(B), 10, and 11. (Note: 
Pennsylvania issued the revised permit to Global Packaging, Inc. Global 
Packaging, Inc. acquired this facility through purchase of BG Packaging, 
Inc., which had owned the facility when the original RACT permit was 
issued. Accordingly, BG Packaging, Inc. is shown as the facility owner 
on the original permit.)
    (29) Jefferson Smurfit Corporation (U.S.), OP 46-0041, issued 04/18/
1997, except for the expiration date, Conditions 3, 4, 5, 15(B), 16, 17, 
18, 19, 20, 21, and 22 and the record keeping and monitoring 
requirements of Condition No. 15(A) associated with Condition 4.
    (30) Jefferson Smurfit Corporation, OP 46-0062, issued 07/15/1996, 
except for the expiration date and Conditions 3 and 5(F).
    (31) Lonza, Inc., OP 46-0025, issued 04/22/1997, as revised on 06/
16/1998, except

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for the expiration date, Conditions 3, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13(B), 
13(D) and 13(E).
    (32) Markel Corporation, OP 46-0081, issued 04/09/1999, except for 
the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4, 5, 11, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 
25, 26, and 27.
    (33) McCorquodale Security Cards, Inc., OP 15-0037, issued 09/03/
1996, except for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 
11, 15, 16, and 17.
    (34) Mike-Rich, Inc., OP 09-0021, issued 12/20/1996, except for the 
expiration date, Conditions 3, 4, 5, 7, and the general conditions 
listed in Condition 8.
    (35) Minnesota Mining and Manufacturing Co. (3M), CP 09-0005, issued 
08/08/1996, except for the expiration date and Conditions 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 
9, 10, 11(C), 12 (C), 12(D), 13(A), 13(C), 13(D), 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 
19, 20, 21, and 22.
    (36) MM Biogas Power LLC, OP 46-0067, issued 10/31/1997, except for 
the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4, 7, 9 (as it pertains to the 
Superior engine), 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 and 21.
    (37) Norwood Industries, Inc., OP 15-0014A, issued 12/20/1996, as 
revised on 12/02/1999, except for the expiration date, Conditions 3, 4, 
5, 6(A), 6(B), 6(C), 6(D)1, 6(D)2, 6(D)3, 6(D)5, 6(E), 6(F)1, 6(F)2, 
6(F)3, 6(F)5, 6(F)6, 6(G), 7, 8(A), 8(C), 8(D), 8(F), 8(G), 8(H), 8(I), 
and 9.
    (38) NVF Company, OP 15-0030, issued 04/13/1999, except for the 
expiration date and Conditions 3, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 
16, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, and 27.
    (39) Occidental Chemical Corporation, OP 46-0015, issued 11/07/1996, 
except for the expiration date and Conditions 4, 5, 6(A), the capacity 
factor in 6(B), 6(E), 7, 8(A), 8(C), 8(D)1, 8(D)2a, 8(D)2b, 8(D)2c, 
8(D)2d, 8(D)5, 8(E), 9, 10, 11(B), 12.
    (40) Philadelphia Newspapers, Incorporated, OP 46-0012, issued 08/
30/1996, as revised on 03/15/2000, except for the expiration date, and 
Conditions 3, 4(A), 5, 9, and 11.
    (41) Procter & Gamble Paper Products Company, OP 66-0001, issued 04/
04/1997, except for the expiration date, and Conditions 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 
9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, and 22.
    (42) Quebecor Printing Atglen, Inc., OP 15-0002, issued 12/10/1996 
except for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4(A) except as it 
relates to cleaning solvents, 4(B), 4(C), 5, 6, 7, 8(A), 8(B) and 8(D).
    (43) Sartomer Company, Inc., OP 15-0015, issued 01/17/1996, as 
revised on 03/25/1998, except for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 
4, 5, 8, 13, 14, 15(A), and 16.
    (44) Silberline Manufacturing Company, Inc., OP 54-0041, issued 04/
19/1999, except for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 
12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20, and 21.
    (45) SmithKline Beecham Research Company, OP 46-0031, issued 10/31/
1997, as revised on 05/01/1998, except for the expiration date and 
Conditions 3, 4, 5(a) as it pertains to the Cleaver Brooks boiler rated 
at 31.4 MMbtu/hr., 6(b), and 6(c).
    (46) Sullivan Graphics, Inc., OP 67-2023, issued 08/22/1995, except 
for the expiration date and Conditions 4, 5, 9(c), 9(d), 10, 19, 20, and 
24.
    (47) Sun Company, Inc. (R&M), OP 23-0010, issued 10/31/1996, except 
for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4, 6, 7, 8 and 10.
    (48) Sun Company, Inc. (R&M), OP 23-0011, issued 10/31/1996, except 
for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 4, 6 and 8.
    (49) Universal Packaging Corporation, OP 46-0156, issued 04/08/1999, 
except for the expiration date, and Conditions 3, 4, 5, 9 and 11.
    (50) Zenith Products Corporation, OP 23-0008, issued 04/07/1997, 
except for the expiration date, and Conditions 4, 6, 7, 8(A), 8(B), 
9(B), 10, 11, and 12.
    (51) Budd Company, PLID 51-1564, effective 12/28/1995, except for 
Conditions 7, 8 and 9.
    (52) Bellevue Cogeneration Plant, PLID 06513, effective 4/10/1995, 
except for Conditions 1.A(2), 2.B, 4.B, 7, 8 and 9.
    (53) MSC Pre Finish Metals, Inc., OP-09-0030, issued 11/7/1996, as 
revised on 03/31/1998, except for the expiration date and Conditions 3, 
4, 5, 6.A, 6.B.1, 6.B.5, 6.B.9, 6.C, 6.D.1 (a, b, and e), 8.A, 8.B, 9, 
10.E, and 11.
    (54) Temple University, Health Sciences Center, PLID 8906, effective 
5/27/1995, excluding Conditions 1.A(2), 2.B, 6, 7, and 8.
    (55) Trigen--Schuylkill Station, PLID 04942, effective 5/29/1995, 
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for Conditions related to low NOX burners found at 1.B(1) and 
2(A), the provision in Condition 3.A(1) limiting NOX 
emissions to 1646 tons per year, 4 (B), 7, 8, and 9.
    (56) Trigen--Edison Station, PLID 4902, effective 5/29/1995, 
excluding portions of Condition 3.A.(1) limiting NOX 
emissions in tons per year and Conditions 7, 8, and 9.
    (C) Letters from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated 09/21/2000, and 10/20/2000, in which Pennsylvania 
provided supplementary information regarding many of the permits listed 
in i(B) above, and in which Pennsylvania specified the permit 
conditions, listed in i(B) above, which it did not wish to have 
incorporated into the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan.
    (144) [Reserved]
    (145) Revisions to the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan 
adopting the Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Requirements submitted on 
December 19, 1997 and December 27, 1999 by the Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of December 19, 1997 from the Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Department of the Environmental Protection transmitting the 
Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Requirements.
    (B) Letter of December 27, 1999 from the Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Department of the Environmental Protection transmitting the 
Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Requirements.
    (C) Revisions to 25 PA Code, Chapters 121 and 123 pertaining to 
Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Requirements, effective November 1, 1997.
    (1) Revisions to section 121.1--definitions of: account, account 
number, acquiring account, compliance account, electric generating 
facility, fossil fuel, fossil fuel fired, general account, heat input, 
indirect heat exchange combustion unit, maximum heat input capacity, 
NATS-NOX allowance tracking system, NETS-NOX 
emissions tracking system, NOX allocation, NOX 
allowance, NOX allowance CEMS-NOX allowance 
continuous emission monitoring system, NOX allowance control 
period, NOX allowance curtailment, NOX allowance 
deduction, NOX allowance transfer, NOX allowance 
transfer deadline, NOX budget, NOX budget 
administrator, OTC MOU-ozone transport commission memorandum of 
understanding, replacement source.
    (2) Addition of sections 123.101 through 123.120, except for section 
123.115.
    (D) Revisions to 25 PA Code, Chapters 121 and 123 pertaining to 
Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Requirements, effective March 11, 2000.
    (1) Revisions to section 121.1--definition of NOX 
affected source.
    (2) Addition of section 123.115 and Appendix E.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Nitrogen Oxide (NOX) Memorandum of Understanding 
Implementation Plan of December 9, 1997.
    (B) Letter of March 31, 2000 from the Director of the Pennsylvania 
Department of the Environmental Protection amending the Chapter 123 
NOX Allowance Program.
    (146) [Reserved]
    (147) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations pertaining to 
certain VOC regulations submitted on March 6, 2000 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 6, 2000 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the revisions to VOC regulations.
    (B) Addition of the term ``less water'' to 25 PA Code Chapter 129, 
Standard for Sources, at section 129.67(b)(2) Graphic Arts Systems; 
addition of paragraph (h) to 25 PA Code Chapter 129, Standard for 
Sources, at section 129.56, Storage Tanks Less than 40,000 Gallons 
Capacity Containing VOCs; and revisions to 25 PA Code Chapter 128 to 
remove section 128.14, pertaining to the Minnesota Mining and 
Manufacturing Company, Bristol, Pennsylvania. These revisions became 
effective on September 5, 1998.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of March 6, 2000 submittal.
    (148) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations pertaining to 
certain VOC regulations submitted on March 6, 2000 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.

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    (A) Letter of March 6, 2000 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the revisions to VOC regulations.
    (B) Addition of definitions to 25 PA Code Chapter 121, General 
Provisions, at section 121.1 Definitions; addition of new section to 25 
PA Code Chapter 129, Standards For Sources, section 129.75, Mobile 
Equipment Repair and Refinishing. These revisions became effective on 
November 27, 1999.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the March 6, 2000 submittal.
    (149) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted on August 1, 1995, 
November 15, 1995, December 8, 1995, January 10, 1996, February 20, 
1996, April 16, 1996, May 2, 1996, September 13, 1996, October 18, 1996, 
January 21, 1997, May 29, 1998, April 9, 1999, April 20, 1999, October 
26, 1999 and May 1, 2000.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals, 
operating permits, or compliance permits, or supplementary information, 
on the following dates: On August 1, 1995, November 15, 1995, December 
8, 1995, January 10, 1996, February 20, 1996, April 16, 1996, May 2, 
1996, September 13, 1996, October 18, 1996, January 21, 1997, May 29, 
1998, April 9, 1999, April 20, 1999, October 26, 1999 and May 1, 2000.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA) or Operating permits (OP):
    (1) Advanced Glassfiber Yarns LLC, Huntingdon County, OP-31-02002, 
effective April 13, 1999, except for the expiration date and condition 
3.
    (2) Armstrong World Industries, Inc., Beech Creek, Clinton County, 
OP-18-0002, effective July 6, 1995, except for the expiration date and 
conditions 3, 4, 5, 7, 10, and 17 through 20 inclusive.
    (3) Bemis Company, Inc., Luzerne County, OP-40-0007A, effective 
October 10, 1995, except for the expiration date and conditions 11 
through 14 inclusive.
    (4) Brentwood Industries Inc., Berks County, PA-06-1006A, effective 
June 3, 1999, except for the expiration date and conditions 4 and 14.
    (5) CertainTeed Corporation, Mountaintop, Luzerne County, OP-40-
0010, effective May 31, 1996, except for the expiration date and 
conditions 6 through 11 inclusive.
    (6) CNG Transmission Corp., Ardell Station, Elk County. OP 24-120, 
effective September 30, 1995, except for the expiration date and 
conditions 3, 6, and 8 through 11 inclusive.
    (7) CNG Transmission Corporation, Finnnefrock Station, Clinton 
County, PA-18-0003A, effective February 29, 1996, except for the 
expiration date and conditions 6, 7, and 9 through 19 inclusive.
    (8) Consol Pennsylvania Coal Company, Bailey Prep Plant, Greene 
County, OP-30-000-072, effective March 23, 1999, except for the 
expiration date and conditions 11 through 14 inclusive.
    (9) Consolidated Rail Corporation (CONRAIL), Hollidaysburg Car Shop, 
Blair County, OP-07-2002, effective August 29, 1995, except for the 
expiration date and conditions 3, 5, 6, 11 and 12.
    (10) Consolidated Rail Corporation (CONRAIL), Juniata Locomotive 
Shop, Blair County, OP-07-2003, effective August 29, 1995, except for 
the expiration date and conditions 3, 5, 7, 8, and 9.
    (11) Containment Solutions, Inc., Huntingdon County, OP-31-02005, 
effective April 9, 1999, except for the expiration date and condition 3.
    (12) Cooper Energy Services, Grove City, Mercer County, OP-43-003, 
effective July 25, 1996, except for conditions 3, 4, 10 and 11.
    (13) Cyprus Cumberland Resources Corp., Greene County, OP-30-000-
040, effective March 26, 1999, except for the expiration date and 
conditions 7, 8, 10, 11 and 12.
    (14) Defense Distribution Susquehanna, York County, OP-67-02041, 
effective February 1, 2000, except for the expiration date and condition 
3; Condition 4. (Sources, Continued), Paragraphs I.d. and III; General 
Conditions, conditions 5 and 8; Presumptive RACT, conditions 9 and 10; 
Stack Test, conditions 11 through 14 inclusive, 16 and 17; and 
Recordkeeping and Reporting, conditions 18 through 22 inclusive.
    (15) EMI Company, Erie County, OP-25-070, effective October 24, 
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    (16) Empire Sanitary Landfill, Inc., Lackawanna County, OP-35-0009, 
effective October 17, 1996, except for the expiration date and 
conditions 14, 15 and 16.
    (17) Equitrans, Inc., Rogersville Station, Greene County, 30-000-
109, effective July 10, 1995, except for the expiration date and 
conditions 4, 5 and 6.
    (18) Equitrans, Inc., Pratt Station, Greene County, 30-000-110, 
effective July 10, 1995, except for the expiration date and conditions 
4, 5, 6, 9 and 11 through 20 inclusive.
    (19) Erie Coke Corporation, Erie County, OP 25-029, effective June 
27, 1995, except for conditions 5, and 10 through 15 inclusive.
    (20) Fleetwood Folding Trailers, Inc., Somerset County, 56-000-151, 
effective February 28, 1996, except for the expiration date and 
condition 5.
    (21) Gichner Systems Group, Inc., York County, 67-2033, effective 
August 5, 1997, except for the expiration date and conditions 3, 5, 6 
and 7.
    (22) Offset Paperback Manufacturers, Inc, Luzerne County, 40-0008, 
effective April 16, 1999, except for the expiration date and conditions 
3, 4 and 16 through 20 inclusive.
    (23) Overhead Door Corporation, Mifflin County, 44-2011, effective 
June 4, 1997, except for the expiration date and conditions 3 and 11.
    (24) Sanyo Audio Manufacturing (USA), 44-2003, effective June 30, 
1995, except for the expiration date and conditions 3, 4, and 7 through 
10 inclusive.
    (25) Stroehmann Bakeries, Inc., Luzerne County, 40-0014A, effective 
May 30, 1995, except for the expiration date and conditions 4, 7, 8, 9, 
10 and 12.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in (i) (B), above.
    (150) [Reserved]
    (151) Revisions to the Allegheny County Air Pollution Control 
Regulations governing gasoline volatility requirements submitted on 
March 23, 2000 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 23, 2000 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the revisions to the low RVP 
gasoline volatility requirements for Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
    (B) The following revision to Article XXI, Rules and Regulations of 
the Allegheny County Health Department, effective May 15, 1998.
    (1) Regulation 2101.20--definitions of ``carrier,'' ``distributor,'' 
``importer,'' ``low RVP gasoline,'' ``oxygenate,'' ``refiner,'' 
``refinery,'' ``reseller,'' ``retail outlet,'' ``retailer,'' ``RFG,'' 
``RVP,'' ``terminal,'' ``wholesale purchaser-consumer.''
    (2) Regulation 2107.15--Gasoline Volatility and RFG Methods.
    (3) Regulation 2105.90--Gasoline Volatility, Paragraphs a and b.
    (C) The following revision to Article XXI, Rules and Regulations of 
the Allegheny County Health Department, effective September 1, 1999.
    (1) Regulation 2101.20--definition of ``compliant fuel.''
    (2) Regulation 2105.90--Gasoline Volatility, Paragraphs c, d, and e.
    (ii) Remainder of the March 23, 2000 submittal pertaining to Article 
XXI, regulations 2101.20, 2105.09, and 2107.15 as described above.
    (152) Revisions to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Regulations 
pertaining to certain VOC regulations submitted on October 4, 2000 by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of October 4, 2000 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the revisions to VOC regulations.
    (B) Revisions to 25 PA Code, effective June 10, 2000.
    (1) Additions, Deletions and Revisions to Chapter 121, General 
Provisions, section 121.1, Definitions.
    (2) Revisions to Chapter 129, Standards for Sources, Sources of VOC, 
section 129.52, Surface Coating Processes.
    (3) Revision to Chapter 129, Standards for Sources, section 129.91, 
Control of Major Sources of NOX and VOCs, subsection (a).
    (4) Addition to Chapter 129, Standards for Sources of sections 
129.101-129.107, Wood Furniture Manufacturing Operations.

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    (5) Revisions to Chapter 139, Sampling and Testing, section 139.4, 
References, and section 139.14, Emissions of VOCs.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of October 4, 2000 submittal.
    (153) Revisions to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Regulations 
pertaining to Stage II VOC control requirements for Southwest 
Pennsylvania submitted on March 6, 2000 by the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 6, 2000 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the revisions to the Stage II VOC 
control requirements for Southwest Pennsylvania.
    (B) Revisions to 25 PA Code, Chapter 129, Standards for Sources at 
section 129.82, Control of VOCs from gasoline dispensing facilities 
(Stage II). These revisions became effective on April 10, 1999.
    (ii) Additional Material--Remainder of March 6, 2000 submittal.
    (154) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for Merck and Company Inc.'s 
West Point facility, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on July 2, 1997, as amended August 9, 2000.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on July 2, 1997 by the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Protection transmitting VOC and NOX RACT 
determinations in the form of an operating permit (OP-46-0005) for Merck 
and Company Inc.'s West Point facility located in Montgomery County 
Pennsylvania.
    (B) Letter submitted on August 9, 2000 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting VOC and 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of an operating permit 
(OP-46-0005) for Merck and Company Inc.'s West Point facility located in 
Montgomery County Pennsylvania.
    (C) Letter submitted on February 1, 2001 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection providing supplementary 
clarifying information regarding Merck's operating permit (OP-46-0005), 
in which Pennsylvania specified the portions of the permit, as listed in 
paragraph (c)(154)(i)(D) of this section, which it did not wish to have 
incorporated into the Pennsylvania State Implementation Plan.
    (D) Operating Permit for Merck and Company, Incorporated (OP 46-
0005) issued on January 13, 1997, as revised and effective on June 23, 
2000, except for the expiration date and the requirements of Conditions 
5. C., 5. D.1., 5.F.2., 5.F.3., 5.F.4., 5.F.5., 6.C., 6.D.3., 7.C., 
7.D.2., 8.B., 8.D., 9.B., 10.B., 10.F., 11.A., 11.C., 12.B., 12.C., 
13.A., 13.B., 13.C., the annual NOX limits in 13.D., 14.A.1., 
14.A.2., 14.A.3., 14.B., the words ``opacity and'' in 14.C., 14.D.1., 
14.D.2., 15.A.1., 15.B., 15.C.1.i., 15.C.1.ii., 15.C.2., 15.D.1., 
15.D.2., 15.D.3. 15.D.4., 15.E., 15.F., 16., 17.B., 17.D., 17.F.1., 
17.F.2., the ``2.4 tons per year as a 12-month rolling sum calculated 
monthly'' portion of condition 17.F.4., 18.A.2., 18.B., 19., 20., 21.B., 
21.C., 22., 23., 24., 25., 26., 27., and Appendix A.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of the July 2, 1997 submittal pertaining to Merck and 
Company, Inc.'s West Point facility located in Montgomery County.
    (B) Remainder of the August 9, 2000 submittal pertaining to Merck 
and Company, Inc.'s West Point facility located in Montgomery County.
    (C) Remainder of the February 1, 2001 submittal pertaining to Merck 
and Company, Inc.'s West Point facility located in Montgomery County.
    (155) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations pertaining to 
certain VOC regulations submitted on March 6, 2000 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 6, 2000 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the revisions to VOC regulations.
    (B) Addition of definitions to 25 PA Code Chapter 121, General 
Provisions, at section 121.1, Definitions; addition of new section to 25 
PA Code, Chapter 129, Standards For Sources, section 129.73, Aerospace 
manufacturing and rework; and revisions to Chapter 129, Standards For 
Sources, section 129.51, General. These revisions became effective on 
April 10, 1999.
    (ii) Additional material. Remainder of March 6, 2000 submittal.

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    (156) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT determinations for sources 
located in the Philadelphia area submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on September 20, 1995, April 16, 
1996, May 2, 1996, July 2, 1997, July 24, 1998, December 7, 1998, April 
9, 1999, and April 20, 1999.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals and 
operating permits on September 20, 1995, April 16, 1996, May 2, 1996, 
July 2, 1997, July 24, 1998, December 7, 1998, April 9, 1999, and April 
20, 1999.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP) issued to the 
following sources:
    (1) Amerada Hess Corp., PA-51-5009, for PLID 5009, effective May 29, 
1995.
    (2) Amoco Oil Company, PA-51-5011, for PLID 5011, effective May 29, 
1995.
    (3) Cartex Corporation, OP-09-0076, effective April 9, 1999, except 
for the expiration date.
    (4) Exxon Company, U.S.A., PA-51-5008, for PLID 5008, effective May 
29, 1995.
    (5) GATX Terminals Corporation, PA-51-5003, for PLID 5003, effective 
May 29, 1995.
    (6) Hatfield, Inc., OP-46-0013A, effective January 9, 1997 (as 
revised October 1, 1998), except for the expiration date.
    (7) J. L. Clark, Inc., OP-36-02009, effective April 16, 1999, except 
for the expiration date.
    (8) Johnson Matthey, Inc., OP-15-0027, effective August 3, 1998 (as 
revised April 15, 1999), except for the expiration date.
    (9) Kurz Hastings, Inc., PA-51-1585, for PLID 1585, effective May 
29, 1995.
    (10) Lawrence McFadden, Inc., PA-51-2074, for PLID 2074, effective 
June 11, 1997.
    (11) Philadelphia Baking Company, PA-51-3048, for PLID 3048, 
effective April 10, 1995.
    (12) Philadelphia Gas Works, PA-51-4921, for PLID 4921, effective 
May 29, 1995.
    (13) PPG Industries, Inc., OP-23-0005, effective June 4, 1997, 
except for the expiration date.
    (14) SmithKline Beecham Pharmaceuticals, OP-46-0035, effective March 
27, 1997 (as revised October 20, 1998), except for the expiration date.
    (15) Teva Pharmaceuticals USA, OP-09-0010, effective April 9, 1999, 
except for the expiration date.
    (16) The Philadelphian Condominium Building, PA-51-6512, for PLID 
6512, effective May 29, 1995.
    (17) Warner Company, OP-15-0001, effective July 17, 1995 except for 
the expiration date.
    (18) Webcraft Technologies, Inc., OP-09-0009, effective April 18, 
1996 (as revised October 15, 1998), except for the expiration date.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(156)(i)(B) of 
this section.
    (157) Approval of revisions to the Allegheny County Regulations, 
Article XXI pertaining to Major Sources of Nitrogen Oxides and Volatile 
Organic Compounds and Definitions for Major Source, Potential Emissions 
and Low NOX burner with separate overfire air submitted on 
October 30, 1998, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on behalf of Allegheny County Health Department:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) The letter dated October 30, 1998, from the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting Allegheny County's 
Generic VOC and NOX RACT regulations, Appendix 33; Article 
XXI, Section 2105.06--Major Sources of Nitrogen Oxides and Volatile 
Organic Compounds and Section 2101.20--Definition for Major Source, 
Potential Emissions and Low NOX Burner with Separate Overfire 
Air.
    (B) Additions of the following Article XXI definitions and 
regulations, effective October 20, 1995:
    (1) Regulation 2101.20--definitions of ``major source'' 
(introductory paragraph, paragraphs (d) and (e) and closing paragraph; 
only), ``potential emissions'' and ``low NOX burner with 
separate overfire air.''

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    (2) Regulation 2105.06--Major Sources of Nitrogen Oxides and 
Volatile Organic Compounds.
    (ii) Additional Material--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(157)(i) of this 
section.
    (158) Revision pertaining to NOX RACT for the Latrobe 
Steel Company located in Latrobe Borough, Westmoreland County, submitted 
by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on March 21, 
1996.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on March 21, 1996 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and/or NOX RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating Permit 65-000-016, effective December 22, 1995, for 
the Latrobe Steel Company in Latrobe Borough, Westmoreland County, 
except for the specified Permit Term: 12/22/95--12/22/00.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determination for the source listed in paragraph (c)(158)(i)(B) of this 
section.
    (159) Revision pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for the 
Allegheny Ludlum Corporation, Brackenridge facility, submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on July 1, 1997.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on July 1, 1997 by the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations.
    (B) Consent Order No. 260, effective December 19, 1996, for the 
Allegheny Ludlum Corporation, Brackenridge facility, except for 
conditions 1.8 and 2.5.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determination for the source listed in paragraph (c)(159)(i)(B) of this 
section.
    (160) Revisions pertaining to NOX and/or VOC RACT for 
major sources, located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone 
nonattainment area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on July 1, 1997, and April 9, 1999.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated July 1, 1997 and April 9, 1999, submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-
specific VOC and/or NOX RACT determinations.
    (B) The following sources' Enforcement Order (EO) or Operating 
Permit (OP):
    (1) Kosmos Cement Company, EO 208, effective December 19, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (2) Armstrong Cement & Supply Company, OP 10-028, effective March 
31, 1999.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(160)(i)(B) of 
this section.
    (161) Revisions pertaining to NOX and/or VOC RACT for 
major sources, located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone 
nonattainment area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on January 6, 1995, September 13, 1996, and 
July 1, 1997.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection dated January 6, 1995, September 13, 1996, and July 1, 1997, 
transmitting source-specific VOC and/or NOX RACT 
determinations.
    (B) The following companies' Plan Approvals (PA), or Consent Orders 
(CO):
    (1) Duquesne Light Company's Cheswick Power Station, CO 217, 
effective March 8, 1996, except for condition 2.5.
    (2) Duquesne Light Company's Elrama Plant, PA 63-000-014, effective 
December 29, 1994.
    (3) Pennsylvania Electric Company's Keystone Generating Station, PA 
03-000-027, effective December 29, 1994.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) The federally enforceable Major Modification PSD Permit, ACHD 
Permit 0056, issued on March 5, 2001 to Orion Power Midwest 
L.P. for its Brunot Island Power Station (formerly owned by Duquesne 
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    (B) The Consent Order and Agreement, dated April 15, 1999, between 
the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, Department of Environmental Protection 
and Duquesne Light Company, INC., regarding NOX Allowances, 
which states that the emission reductions resulting from the curtailment 
of operations at the Phillips Station prior to April 15, 1999 are not 
eligible to be used to generate emission reduction credits (ERCs) and 
cannot be used as creditable emission reductions in any New Source 
Review (NSR) applicability determination.
    (C) Other materials submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 
support of and pertaining to the RACT determinations for the sources 
listed in paragraph (c)(161)(i)(B) of this section.
    (162) Revisions pertaining to VOC RACT for IDL, Incorporated; 
Oakmont Pharmaceutical, Inc.; and USAir, Inc. located in the Pittsburgh-
Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment area, submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on July 1, 1997.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection transmitting source-specific VOC RACT determinations dated 
July 1, 1997.
    (B) Plan Approval and Agreement Upon Consent Orders (COs) for the 
following sources:
    (1) IDL, Incorporated, CO 225, effective July 18, 1996, except for 
condition 2.5.
    (2) Oakmont Pharmaceutical, Inc., CO 252, effective December 19, 
1996, except for condition 2.5.
    (3) U.S. Air, Inc., CO 255, effective January 14, 1997, except for 
condition 2.5.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations submitted for the sources listed in paragraph 
(c)(162)(i)(B) of this section.
    (163) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on April 9, 1999 and July 5, 
2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on April 9, 1999 by the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific RACT 
determinations in the form of operating permits.
    (B) Operating permits (OP) for the following sources:
    (1) Lukens Steel Corporation, Houston Plant; OP 63-000-080, 
effective date 02/22/99, except for the Permit Term and conditions 13.--
16., inclusive.
    (2) Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation, West Leechburg Plant; OP 65-
000-183, effective date 03/23/99, except for the Permit Term.
    (3) Allegheny Ludlum Corporation, Jessop Steel Company Washington 
Plant; OP 63-000-027, effective date 03/26/99, except for the Permit 
Term and conditions 11.--14., inclusive.
    (C) Letter submitted on July 5, 2001 by the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific RACT 
determinations in the form of operating permits.
    (D) Koppel Steel Corporation, Koppel Plant's OP 04-000-059, 
effective date, 3/23/01, except for the Permit Term.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraphs (c)(163)(i)(B) and 
(D) of this section.
    (164) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on August 1, 1995, December 8, 
1995, April 16, 1996, July 1, 1997, July 2, 1997, January 21, 1997, and 
February 2, 1999.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection dated August 1, 1995, December 8, 1995, April 
16, 1996, July 1, 1997, July 2, 1997, January 21, 1997, and February 2, 
1999, transmitting source-specific RACT determinations.
    (B) The following companies' Operating Permits (OP) or Enforcement 
Order (EO):
    (1) Consolidated Natural Gas Transmission Corporation, Beaver 
Station, OP 04-000-490, effective June 23, 1995.

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    (2) Consolidated Natural Gas Transmission Corporation, Oakford 
Station, OP 65-000-837, effective October 13, 1995.
    (3) Consolidated Natural Gas Transmission Corporation, South Oakford 
Station, OP 65-000-840, effective October 13, 1995.
    (4) Consolidated Natural Gas Transmission Corporation, Tonkin 
Station, OP 65-000-634, effective October 13, 1995.
    (5) Consolidated Natural Gas Transmission Corporation, Jeannette 
Station, OP 65-000-852, effective October 13, 1995.
    (6) Carnegie Natural Gas Company, Creighton Station, EO 213, 
effective May 14, 1996, except for condition 2.7.
    (7) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation, Uniontown Station, OP 
26-000-413, effective December 20, 1996.
    (8) Consolidated Natural Gas Transmission Corporation, South Bend 
Station, OP 03-000-180, effective December 2, 1998.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(164)(i)(B) of 
this section.
    (165) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for major 
sources, located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment 
area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on July 1, 1997 and April 19, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated July 1, 1997 and April 19, 2001, submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-
specific VOC and NOX RACT determinations.
    (B) Plan Approval and Agreement Upon Consent Orders (COs) and an 
Enforcement Order (EO) for the following sources:
    (1) Pruett Schaffer Chemical Company, CO 266, effective September 2, 
1998, except for condition 2.5.
    (2) PPG Industries, Inc., CO 254, effective December 19, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (3) Reichhold Chemicals, Inc., CO 218, effective December 19, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (4) Reichhold Chemicals, Inc., CO 219, effective February 21, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (5) Valspar Corporation, EO 209, effective March 8, 1996, except for 
condition 2.5.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations submitted for the sources listed in paragraph 
(c)(165)(i)(B) of this section.
    (166) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for 
Ashland Chemical Company; Hercules, Incorporated; and Neville Chemical 
Company located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment 
area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on July 1, 1997 and April 19, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated July 1, 1997 and April 19, 2001, submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-
specific VOC and NOX RACT determinations.
    (B) Plan Approval and Agreement Upon Consent Orders (COs) and an 
Enforcement Order (EO) for the following sources:
    (1) Ashland Chemical Company, CO 227, effective December 30, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (2) Hercules, Incorporated, EO 216, effective March 8, 1996.
    (3) Hercules, Incorporated, CO 257, except for condition 2.5, 
effective January 14, 1997, including amendments to CO 257, effective 
November 1, 1999.
    (4) Neville Chemical Company, CO 230, effective December 13, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations submitted for the sources listed in paragraph 
(c)(166)(i)(B) of this section.
    (167) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for major 
sources, located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment 
area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on March 21, 1996,

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July 1, 1997, April 9, 1999 and April 19, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated March 21, 1996, July 1, 1997, April 9, 1999 and 
April 19, 2001 submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or NOX RACT 
determinations, in the form of plan approvals, operating permits, and 
consent orders.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP), or Consent Orders 
(CO) for the following sources:
    (1) Anchor Glass Container Corporation., Plant 5, PA-26-000-119, 
effective December 20, 1996.
    (2) Anchor Hocking Specialty Glass Co., Phoenix Glass Plant, OP-04-
000-084, effective October 13, 1995.
    (3) Corning Consumer Products Company, Charleroi Plant., PA-63-000-
110, effective January 4, 1996, except for the third sentence of 
condition 3 (which references condition 13), and conditions 5, 6, 7, 13 
in their entirety.
    (4) General Electric Company, CO-251, effective December 19, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (5) Glenshaw Glass Company, Inc., CO-270, effective March 10, 2000, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (6) Guardian Industries, Corp., CO-242, effective August 27, 1996, 
except for conditions 2.5.
    (7) Allegheny County Sanitary Authority, CO-222, effective May 14, 
1996, except for condition 2.5.
    (8) Browning-Ferris Industries., Findlay Township Landfill, CO-231A, 
effective April 28, 1997, except for condition 2.5.
    (9) Chambers Development Company, Monroville Borough Landfill, CO-
253, effective December 30, 1996, except for condition 2.5.
    (10) Kelly Run Sanitation, Forward Township Landfill, CO-236, 
effective January 23, 1997, except for condition 2.5.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(167)(i)(B) of 
this section.
    (168) Revisions submitted on October 30, 2000 and March 28, 2001 by 
the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection 
requesting approval of Pennsylvania's Nitrogen Oxides Budget Trading 
Program :
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters of October 30, 2000 and March 28, 2001 from the 
Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection 
transmitting regulatory amendments to 25 PA Code to implement the 
Nitrogen Oxides Budget Trading Program .
    (B) Revisions to 25 PA Code, amending Chapter 123 and adding Chapter 
145 pertaining to the Nitrogen Oxides Budget Trading Program, effective 
on September 23, 2000.
    (1) Revisions to section 123.115.
    (2) Addition of section 123.121.
    (3) Addition of sections 145.1 through 145.7, 145.10 through 145.14, 
145.30, 145.31, 145.40 through 145.43, 145.50 through 145.57, 145.60 
through 145.62, 145.70 through 145.76, 145.80 through 145.88, and 
145.90.
    (169) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and/or NOX RACT for 14 sources located in 
the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton area, submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on December 8, 1995, March 21, 
1996, January 21, 1997, July 24, 1998, April 20, 1999, March 23, 2001 
(two separate submissions), and July 5, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals, 
operating permits, or compliance permits on December 8, 1995, March 21, 
1996, January 21, 1997, July 24, 1998, April 20, 1999, March 23, 2001 
(two separate submissions), and July 5, 2001.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), or Operating permits (OP) issued to the 
following sources:
    (1) Stroehmann Bakeries, Inc., PA-46-0003, effective on May 4, 1995, 
except for the expiration date.
    (2) Schlosser Steel, Inc., OP-46-0051, effective February 1, 1996, 
except for the expiration date.
    (3) Perkasie Industries Corporation, OP-09-0011, effective August 
14, 1996, except for the expiration date.

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    (4) Quaker Chemical Corporation, OP-46-0071, effective September 26, 
1996, except for the expiration date.
    (5) Worthington Steel Company, OP-15-0016, effective July 23, 1996, 
except for the expiration date.
    (6) Transcontinental Gas Pipeline Corp., PA-15-0017, effective June 
5, 1995, except for the expiration date.
    (7) Rohm and Haas Company, Bucks County Plant, OP-09-0015, effective 
April 20, 1999, except for the expiration date.
    (8) SEPTA--Berridge/Courtland Maintenance Shop, PA-51-4172, 
effective July 27, 1999, except for condition 2.C. and condition 5.
    (9) Southwest Water Pollution Control Plant/Biosolids Recycling 
Center, PA-51-9515, effective July 27, 1999, except for condition 
1.A.(1), condition 1.A.(2), condition 2.A., condition 2.B., and 
condition 7.
    (10) Rohm and Haas Company, Philadelphia Plant, PA-51-1531, 
effective July 27, 1999, except for condition 7.
    (11) Sunoco, Inc. (R&M), PA-1501/1517, for Plant ID: 1501 and 1517, 
effective August 1, 2000, except for conditions 1.A.(4) as it pertains 
to H-600, H-601, H-602, H-1 and H-3 heaters; 1.A. (7)-(10); 1.A. (12) as 
it pertains to HTR 1H4; 1.A. (13) as it pertains to HTR PH2 and HTR PH7; 
1.A. (15) as it pertains to HTR 11H2; 1.A. (16); 1.A. (18) as it 
pertains to HTR 2H1, HTR 2H6, and HTR 2H8; 1.A. (19); 1.A. (21); 
1.A.(22); 2.B. as it pertains to Gas Oil HDS Unit 866: HTR 12H1; 2.E.; 
2.L.; and condition 6.
    (12) SBF Communication Graphics, PA-2197, for Plant ID: 2197, 
effective July 21, 2000.
    (13) Smith-Edwards-Dunlap, Company, PA-2255, for Plant ID: 2255, 
effective July 14, 2000.
    (14) Tasty Baking Co., PA-2054, for Plant ID: 2054, effective April 
9, 1995.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the sources 
listed in paragraph (c)(169)(i)(B) of this section.
    (170) Revisions pertaining to VOC RACT for major sources, located in 
the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment area, submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on March 21, 1996, 
October 18, 1996, January 21, 1997, July 1, 1997, March 23, 2001, and 
April 19, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated March 21, 1996, October 18, 1996, January 21, 
1997, July 1, 1997, March 23, 2001, and April 19, 2001, submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-
specific VOC RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating Permits (OPs) and Plan Approval and Agreement Upon 
Consent Orders (COs) for the following sources:
    (1) Armstrong World Industries, Beaver Falls Plant, OP 04-000-108, 
effective May 29, 1996.
    (2) Bacharach, Inc., CO 263, effective October 10, 1997, except for 
condition 2.5.
    (3) Bakerstown Container Corporation, CO 221, effective May 14, 
1996, except for condition 2.5.
    (4) Chestnut Ridge Foam, Inc., OP 65-000-181, effective December 29, 
1995.
    (5) Flexsys America L.P., Monongahela Plant, OP 63-000-015, 
effective March 23, 2001, except for the PERMIT TERM.
    (6) Haskell of Pittsburgh, Inc., CO 224, effective December 19, 
1996, except for condition 2.4.
    (7) Three Rivers Aluminum Company, OP 10-267, effective March 1, 
2001.
    (8) Tuscarora Plastics, Inc., OP 04-000-497, effective April 3, 
1996.
    (9) Witco Corporation, CO 210, effective May 14, 1996.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations submitted for the sources listed in paragraph 
(c)(170)(i)(B) of this section.
    (171) Revisions pertaining to the GenCorp., Inc., Jeanette Plant; 
and to the CENTRIA, United Coaters Ambridge Coil Coating Operations 
Plant, located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment area, 
submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on 
April 16, 1996 and August 9, 2000.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated April 16, 1996, transmitting source-specific VOC and 
NOX RACT determinations.

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    (B) Operating Permit 65-000-207 issued to GenCorp., Inc., Jeanette 
Plant, effective January 4, 1996, except for the Permit Term and 
condition 8.
    (C) Letter submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated August 9, 2000, transmitting source-specific VOC and 
NOX RACT determinations.
    (D) Operating Permit 04-000-043 issued to CENTRIA, Ambridge Coil 
Coating Operations Plant, effective May 17, 1999, except for the Permit 
Term.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations submitted for the sources listed in paragraphs 
(c)(171)(i)(B) and (D) of this section.
    (172) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for 11 iron and steel sources 
located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area, submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on January 21, 1997, 
July 1, 1997, March 3, 1999, April 9, 1999, and July 5, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, on the following dates: January 21, 
1997, July 1, 1997, March 3, 1999, April 9, 1999, and July 5, 2001.
    (B) The following companies' Operating Permits (OP) or Consent 
Orders (CO):
    (1) J & L Structural, Inc.-Aliquippa, OP 04-000-467, effective June 
23, 1995, except for the Permit Term.
    (2) Universal Stainless & Alloy Products, Inc., CO 241, effective 
December 19, 1996, except for condition 2.5.
    (3) Shenango, Inc., CO 233, effective December 30, 1996, except for 
conditions 1.7, 2.6, and 2.7.
    (4) LTV Steel Company, CO 259, effective December 30, 1996, except 
for condition 2.5.
    (5) U.S. Steel Clairton Works, CO 234, effective December 30, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (6) USX Corporation, Edgar Thomson Works, CO 235, effective December 
30, 1996, except for condition 2.5.
    (7) USX Corporation, Irvin Works, CO 258, effective December 30, 
1996, except for condition 2.5.
    (8) Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation, OP 63-000-066, effective 
February 8, 1999, except for the Permit Term.
    (9) Koppers, OP 65-000-853, effective March 20, 1998, except for the 
Permit Term.
    (10) J & L Specialty Steel, Inc., Midland Facility, OP 04-000-013, 
effective March 23, 2001, except for the Permit Term.
    (11) Washington Steel Corporation, OP 63-000-023, effective 
September 12, 1996, except for the Permit Term.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(172) (i)(B) of 
this section.
    (173) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for major 
sources, located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment 
area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on January 10, 1996, July 24, 1998, April 9, 1999, February 
2, 2001 and April 19, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated January 10, 1996, July 24, 1998, April 9, 1999, 
February 2, 2001 and April 19, 2001 submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and NOX RACT determinations.
    (B) Plan Approvals (PAs) and Operating Permits (OPs) for the 
following sources:
    (1) Equitrans, Inc., OP 63-000-642, effective July 10, 1995, except 
for the Permit Term.
    (2) Witco Corporation, Petrolia Facility, PA 10-037, effective June 
27, 1995.
    (3) Ranbar Electrical Materials, Inc., OP 65-000-042, effective 
February 22, 1999, except for the Permit Term and conditions 11, 12, 13 
and 14.
    (4) Nova Chemicals, Inc., OP 04-000-033 (Permit No. 04-0033), 
effective as reissued January 24, 2001, except for the Permit Term and 
conditions 8, 9, and 10.
    (5) BASF Corporation, OP 04-000-306, effective March 23, 2001.

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    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations submitted for the sources listed in paragraph 
(c)(173)(i)(B) of this section.
    (174) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and/or NOX RACT for sources located in the 
Philadelphia area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on May 2, 1996, June 10, 1996, January 21, 
1997, April 9, 1999, August 9, 2000, and two submittals on March 23, 
2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals and 
operating permits, on May 2, 1996, June 10, 1996, January 21, 1997, 
April 9, 1999, August 9, 2000, and two letters on March 23, 2001.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP) issued to the 
following sources:
    (1) Cardone Industries, PA-51-3887, for PLID 3887, effective May 29, 
1995.
    (2) Cardone Industries, PA-51-2237, for PLID 2237, effective May 29, 
1995.
    (3) Naval Surface Warfare Center--Carderock Division, PA-51-9724, 
for PLID 9724, effective December 27, 1997.
    (4) Wheelabrator Falls, Inc., OP-09-0013, effective January 11, 1996 
(as amended May 17, 1996).
    (5) U.S. Steel Group/USX Corporation, OP-09-0006, effective April 8, 
1999, except for the expiration date.
    (6) Brown Printing Company, OP-46-0018A, effective May 17, 2000, 
except for the expiration date and condition 12.
    (7) SUN CHEMICAL--General Printing Ink Division, PA-51-2052, for 
PLID 2052, effective July 14, 2000.
    (8) Sunoco Chemicals, Frankford Plant, PA-51-1551, for PLID 1551, 
effective July 27, 1999, except for conditions 1.A.(2)-(4), 1.A.(6), 
1.A.(8); conditions 1.B.(1), 1.B. (3)-(6); the last sentence of 
condition 2.A.; conditions 2.B.-D.; 2.G., the last sentence of 2.H., 
2.I.; and condition 7.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(174) (i)(B) of 
this section.
    (175) Revisions pertaining to NOX RACT determinations for 
the Armco Inc., Butler Operations Main Plant and Armco Inc., Butler 
Operations Stainless Plant, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on January 21, 1997.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on January 21, 1997 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and/or NOX RACT plan approvals in the form of permits.
    (B) Permit Number: PA 10-001-M, effective February 23, 1996, for the 
Armco Inc., Butler Operations Main Plant in Butler, Butler County.
    (C) Permit Number: PA 10-001-S, effective February 23, 1996, for the 
Armco Inc., Butler Operations Stainless Plant in Butler, Butler County.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determination for the sources listed in paragraphs (c)(175)(i)(B) and 
(C) of this section.
    (176) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, for eight sources located in 
the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on January 6, 1995, August 1, 
1995, January 10, 1996, January 21, 1997, February 2, 1999, March 3, 
1999, and April 19, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations on the following dates: January 6, 
1995, August 1, 1995, January 10, 1996, January 21, 1997, February 2, 
1999, March 3, 1999, and April 19, 2001.
    (B) The following companies' Plan approvals (PA) or Operating 
permits (OP):
    (1) Pennsylvania Power Company, Bruce Mansfield Plant, PA 04-000-
235, effective December 29, 1994 except for the expiration date.

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    (2) West Penn Power Company, Mitchell Station, PA 63-000-016, 
effective June 12, 1995, except for the expiration date.
    (3) Carnegie Natural Gas Company, Fisher Station, OP 03-000-182, 
effective December 2, 1998, except for the Permit Term.
    (4) Apollo Gas Company, Shoemaker Station, OP 03-000-183, effective 
September 12, 1996, except for the Permit Term.
    (5) Texas Eastern Transmission Corporation, Delmont Station, OP 65-
000-839, effective January 9, 1997, except for the Permit Term.
    (6) The Peoples Natural Gas Company, Valley Station, PA 03-000-125, 
effective October 31, 1994 except for the expiration date and the time 
limits in condition 6.
    (7) The Peoples Natural Gas Company, Girty Station, PA 03-000-076, 
effective as extended on October 27, 1995, except for the expiration 
date and time limit in condition 6.
    (8) AES Beaver Valley Partners, Monaca Plant, OP 04-000-446, 
effective as revised on March 23, 2001, except for the Permit Term.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Other materials submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 
support of and pertaining to the RACT determinations for the sources 
listed in paragraph (c)(176)(i)(B) of this section.
    (B) Two Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection 
Interoffice Memoranda: Thomas Joseph to Krishnan Ramamurthy, ``1500 $ 
per Ton'' dated July 14, 1994; and Krishnan Ramamurthy to Thomas 
McGinley, Babu Patel, Ronald Davis, Richard Maxwell, and Devendra Verma, 
``RACT Cost Effectiveness Screening Level'' dated July 15, 1994 
pertaining to The Peoples Natural Gas Company, Valley Station.
    (177) Revisions pertaining to the Chapter 129 for VOC and 
NOX RACT for sources located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley 
nonattainment area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on December 8, 1995, July 1, 1997, and April 
19, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of operating permits, 
enforcement orders, and consent orders on the following dates: December 
8, 1995, July 1, 1997, and April 19, 2001.
    (B) Operating Permits (OP), Enforcement Orders (EO), and Consent 
Orders (CO) issued to the following sources:
    (1) Penreco, OP 10-027, effective May 31, 1995.
    (2) Ashland Petroleum Company, CO 256, effective December 19, 1996, 
except for condition 2.9.
    (3) Bellefield Boiler Plant, EO 248, effective December 19, 1996.
    (4) Gulf Oil L. P., CO 250, effective December 19, 1996, except for 
condition 2.5.
    (5) PA Dept. of Corrections, EO 244, effective January 23, 1997.
    (6) Pittsburgh Thermal Limited Partnership, CO 220, effective March 
4, 1996, except for condition 2.5.
    (7) BP Exploration & Oil, Inc., Greensburg Terminal, OP 65-000-378, 
effective March 23, 2001.
    (8) Pittsburgh Allegheny County Thermal, Ltd., CO 265, effective 
November 9, 1998, except for condition 2.5.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(177)(i)(B) of 
this section.
    (178) Revisions pertaining to VOC and/or NOX RACT for 
major sources, located in the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone 
nonattainment area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on July 1, 1997, October 23, 1997, November 4, 
1997, December 31, 1997, April 9, 1999 and August 9, 2000.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters dated July 1, 1997, October 23, 1997, November 4, 1997, 
December 31, 1997, April 9, 1999 and August 9, 2000 submitted by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-
specific VOC and/or NOX RACT determinations, in the form of 
operating permits, consent orders, and enforcement orders.
    (B) Operating permits (OP), Consent Orders (CO) and Enforcement 
Orders (EO) for the following sources:

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    (1) Aristech Chemical Corporation, CO 232, effective December 30, 
1996, except for condition 2.6.
    (2) Heinz USA, EO 211, effective March 8, 1996, except for 
conditions 1.5, 2.4, and 2.5; and CO 247, effective October 24, 1996, 
except for conditions 1.11 and 2.7.
    (3) Koppers Industries, Inc., CO 223, effective August 27, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (4) Nabisco Biscuit Company, CO 246, effective December 19, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (5) Pressure Chemical Company, CO 261, effective June 11, 1997, 
except for condition 2.8.
    (6) General Carbide Corporation, OP 65-000-622, effective December 
29, 1995, except for the Permit Term.
    (7) Fansteel Hydro Carbide, OP 65-000-860, effective December 12, 
1997.
    (8) Carbidie Corporation, OP 65-000-720, effective July 31, 1998, 
except for the Permit Term, and Conditions 4, 5 and 11.
    (9) Dyno Nobel, Inc., OP 63-000-070, effective March 31, 1999, 
except for the Permit Term.
    (10) Newcomer Products, Inc., OP-65-000-851, effective August 7, 
1997.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(178)(i)(B) of 
this section.
    (179) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and/or NOX RACT for seven sources located 
in the Philadelphia-Wilmington-Trenton ozone nonattainment area 
submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on 
August 1, 1995, February 2, 1999, July 27, 2001, and August 8, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals, 
operating permits, or compliance permits on the following dates: August 
1, 1995, February 2, 1999, July 27, 2001, and August 8, 2001.
    (B) Operating permits (OP), or Compliance Permits (CP) issued to the 
following sources:
    (1) PECO Energy Company, Cromby Generating Station, OP-15-0019, 
effective April 28, 1995.
    (2) Waste Resource Energy, Inc. (Operator); Shawmut Bank, Conn. 
National Assoc. (Owner); Delaware County Resource Recovery Facility, OP-
23-0004, effective November 16, 1995.
    (3) G-Seven, Ltd., OP-46-0078, effective April 20, 1999.
    (4) Leonard Kunkin Associates, OP-09-0073, effective June 25, 2001.
    (5) Kimberly-Clark Corporation, OP-23-0014A, effective June 24, 1998 
as revised August 1, 2001.
    (6) Sunoco, Inc. (R&M); Marcus Hook Plant; CP-23-0001, effective 
June 8, 1995 as revised August 2, 2001, except for the expiration date.
    (7) Waste Management Disposal Services of Pennsylvania, Inc. (GROWS 
Landfill), Operating Permit OP-09-0007, effective December 19, 1997 as 
revised July 17, 2001.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(179)(i)(B) of 
this section.
    (180) Revision pertaining to NOX RACT for Koppel Steel 
Corporation's Ambridge Plant located in Harmony Township, Beaver County, 
Pennsylvania, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on August 8, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on August 8, 2001 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting several source-
specific NOX and/or VOC RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating Permit 04-000-227, effective October 12, 2000, issued 
to Koppel Steel Corporation, Ambridge Plant.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determination for the source listed in paragraph (c)(180)(i)(B) of this 
section.
    (181) Revisions pertaining to NOX RACT-related 
requirements for General Motors, Corp.; Oakmont Steel, Inc.; The Peoples 
Natural Gas, Co.; and U.S. Bureau of Mines located in Allegheny

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County portion of the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone nonattainment area, 
submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on 
July 1, 1997.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated July 1, 1997, submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting several source-
specific VOC and/or NOX RACT related determinations.
    (B) Plan Approval and Agreement Upon Consent Orders (COs) and an 
Enforcement Order (EO) for the following sources:
    (1) General Motors, Corp., CO 243, effective August 27, 1996, except 
for condition 2.5.
    (2) Oakmont Steel, Inc., CO 226, effective May 14, 1996, except for 
condition 2.5.
    (3) The Peoples Natural Gas, Co., CO 240, effective August 27, 1996, 
except for condition 2.5.
    (4) U.S. Bureau of Mines, EO 215, effective March 8, 1996, except 
for condition 2.5.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the sources 
listed in paragraph (c)(181)(i)(B) of this section.
    (182) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, for three sources located in 
the Philadelphia area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on April 20, 1999, June 28, 2000, and August 8, 
2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals and 
operating permits on April 20, 1999, June 28, 2000, and August 8, 2001.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP) issued to the 
following sources:
    (1) Waste Management Disposal Services of Pennsylvania, Inc. 
(Pottstown Landfill), OP-46-0033, effective April 20, 1999.
    (2) FPL Energy MH 50, L.P., PA-23-0084, effective July 26, 1999, 
except for the expiration date.
    (3) Exelon Generation Company--Richmond Generating Station, PA-51-
4903, effective July 11, 2001.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(182) (i)(B) of 
this section.
    (183) The CO redesignation and maintenance plan for Southwestern 
Pennsylvania submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on August 17, 2001, as part of the Pennsylvania SIP. The 1990 
base year CO emissions inventory was submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on November 12, 1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of August 17, 2001, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting a redesignation request and 
maintenance plan for the CO monoxide nonattainment area in Southwestern 
Pennsylvania.
    (B) Maintenance Plan for the Southwestern Pennsylvania Carbon 
Monoxide nonattainment area, effective July 12, 2001.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the August 17, 2001 
submittal pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(183)(i) of 
this section.
    (184) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT, for sources located in the 
Philadelphia area submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on April 16, 1996, June 10, 1996, November 4, 
1997, December 31, 1997, March 24, 1998, March 23, 2001, and August 8, 
2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals and 
operating permits on April 16, 1996, June 10, 1996, November 4, 1997, 
December 31, 1997, March 24, 1998, March 23, 2001, and August 8, 2001.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), or Operating Permits (OP) issued to the 
following sources:
    (1) Jefferson Smurfit Corporation and Container Corporation of 
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51-1566, for PLID 1566, effective April 10, 1995.
    (2) Maritank Philadelphia, Inc., PA-51-5013, for PLID 5013, 
effective December 28, 1995.
    (3) Moyer Packing Company, OP-46-0001, effective March 15, 1996, 
except for the expiration date.
    (4) Tullytown Resource Recovery Facility (Waste Management of PA, 
Inc.), OP-09-0024, effective July 14, 1997, except for the expiration 
date.
    (5) SPS Technologies, OP-46-0032, effective October 30, 1997, except 
for the expiration date.
    (6) PECO Energy Company, OP-09-0077, effective December 19, 1997, 
except for the expiration date.
    (7) Philadelphia Gas Works, Richmond Plant, PA-51-4922, effective 
July 27, 1999, except for condition 1.A. 10-17, inclusive, condition 
2.E., 2.F., 2.G., and condition 8.
    (8) Exelon Generation Company-Delaware Generating Station, PA-51-
4901, effective July 11, 2001.
    (9) Exelon Generation Company-Schuylkill Generating Station, PA-51-
4904, effective July 11, 2001.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(184) (i)(B) of 
this section.
    (185) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129 
pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for 14 sources located in the 
Philadelphia area, submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on December 7, 1998, February 2, 1999, April 
20, 1999, March 23, 2001 (two separate submissions), and July 5, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals and 
operating permits December 7, 1998, February 2, 1999, April 20, 1999, 
March 23, 2001 (two separate submissions), and July 5, 2001.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), Operating permits (OP) issued to the 
following sources:
    (1) International Business Systems, Inc., OP-46-0049, effective 
October 29, 1998 and as revised December 9, 1999, except for the 
expiration date.
    (2) Bethlehem Lukens Plate, OP-46-0011, effective December 11, 1998, 
except for the expiration date.
    (3) Montenay Montgomery Limited Partnership, OP-46-0010A, effective 
April 20, 1999 and as revised June 20, 2000, except for the expiration 
date.
    (4) Northeast Foods, Inc., OP-09-0014, effective April 9, 1999, 
except for the expiration date.
    (5) Aldan Rubber Company, PA-1561, effective July 21, 2000, except 
for conditions 1.A.(1), 1.A.(2) and 1.A.(4); and conditions 2.A. and 
2.C.
    (6) Braceland Brothers, Inc., PA-3679, effective July 14, 2000.
    (7) Graphic Arts, Incorporated, PA-2260, effective July 14, 2000.
    (8) O'Brien (Philadelphia) Cogeneration, Inc.--Northeast Water 
Pollution Control Plant, PA-1533, effective July 21, 2000.
    (9) O'Brien (Philadelphia) Cogeneration, Inc.--Southwest Water 
Pollution Control Plant, PA-1534, effective July 21, 2000.
    (10) Pearl Pressman Liberty, PA-7721, effective July 24, 2000.
    (11) Arbill Industries, Inc., PA-51-3811, effective July 27, 1999, 
except for condition 5.
    (12) McWhorter Technologies, PA-51-3542, effective July 27, 1999, 
except for condition 2.B. and condition 5.
    (13) Northeast Water Pollution Control Plant, PA-51-9513, effective 
July 27, 1999, except for condition 1.A.(1), conditions 2.A. and 2.B., 
and condition 7.
    (14) Newman and Company, PA-3489, effective June 11, 1997.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(185)(l)(B) of 
this section.
    (186) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to NOX RACT, submitted on March 21, 1996, December 
7, 1998 and April 9, 1999.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific NOX 
RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals or operating

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permits on March 21, 1996, December 7, 1998 and April 9, 1999.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), and Operating permits (OP) for the 
following sources:
    (1) Allegheny Ludlum Steel Corporation, Westmoreland County, OP 65-
000-137, effective May 17, 1999, except for the expiration date.
    (2) INDSPEC Chemical Corporation, Butler County, PA 10-021, as 
amended and effective on October 19, 1998 except for Condition 4.
    (ii) Additional materials. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations submitted for the sources listed in paragraph 
(c)(186)(i)(B) of this section.
    (187) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 129.91 
pertaining to NOX RACT, submitted on November 4, 1997, July 
24 1998, October 2, 1998, March 3, 1999, April 9, 1999, and April 20, 
1999.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific NOX 
RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals or operating permits 
on November 4, 1997, July 24, 1998, October 2, 1998, March 3, 1999, 
April 9, 1999, and April 20, 1999.
    (B) Plan approvals (PA), and Operating permits (OP) for the 
following sources:
    (1) Stoney Creek Technologies, L.L.C., PA-23-0002, effective 
February 24, 1999, except for the expiration date.
    (2) Superpac, Inc., OP-09-0003, effective March 25, 1999, except for 
the expiration date.
    (3) Transit America Inc., PA-1563 for PLID 1563, effective June 11, 
1997, except for Condition 4 and Condition 5.
    (4) American Bank Note Company, OP-46-0075, effective May 19, 1997, 
as revised August 10, 1998, except for the expiration date.
    (5) Atlas Roofing Corporation, OP-09-0039, effective March 10, 1999, 
except for the expiration date.
    (6) Beckett Corporation, OP-15-0040, effective July 8, 1997, except 
for the expiration date.
    (7) Klearfold, Inc., OP-09-0012, effective April 15, 1999, except 
for the expiration date.
    (8) National Label Company, OP-46-0040, effective July 28, 1997.
    (ii) Additional materials--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations submitted for the sources listed in paragraph 
(c)(187)(i)(B) of this section.
    (188) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations including a 10-year 
ozone maintenance plan for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area, submitted 
on May 21, 2001 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter dated May 21, 2001 submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting the maintenance plan 
for Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley Area.
    (B) The Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley Area ozone maintenance plan 
submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, 
effective May 15, 2001. This plan establishes motor vehicle emissions 
budgets for VOCs of 109.65 tons/day for 1999, 98.22 tons/day for 2007, 
and 102 tons/day for 2011. This plan also establishes motor vehicle 
emissions budgets for NOX of 171.05 tons/day for 1999, 129.12 
tons/day for 2007, and 115.02 tons/day for 2011.
    (ii) Additional material. Remainder of State Submittal pertaining to 
the revision listed in paragraph (c)(188)(i) of this action.
    (189) Revisions to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Regulations 
pertaining to the Pennsylvania's air resource regulations submitted on 
March 6, 2000 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 6, 2000 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting revisions to the Commonwealth's 
Regulations pertaining to the Pennsylvania's air resource regulations.
    (B) Revisions to 25 PA Code, Part I, Subpart C, Article III, 
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    (1) Revisions to Chapter 121, General Provisions, section 121.1, 
revised definitions for coke oven battery, coke oven gas collector main, 
and door area.
    (2) Revisions to Chapter 123, section 123.44, Visible Emissions--
Limitations of fugitive air contaminants from operation of any coke oven 
battery, paragraphs (a) and (a)(1).
    (3) Revisions to Chapter 137, section 137.4, Standby Plans, 
paragraphs (b), (c) and (f).
    (4) Revisions to Chapter 139, section 139.12, Emissions of 
Particulate Matter, paragraphs (1) and (5).
    (5) Revisions to Chapter 139, section 139.111, Waste Incinerator 
Monitoring Requirements, introductory paragraph, and paragraphs (1)(i), 
(2) and (3).
    (6) Deletion of Chapter 139, section 139.61.
    (7) Deletion of Chapter 139, section 139.104. In its place, the 
provisions of Chapter 139.101 will now apply.
    (C) Revisions to 25 PA Code, Part I, Subpart C, Article III, 
effective May 7, 1998.
    (1) Revisions to Chapter 139, section 139.12, Emissions of 
Particulate Matter, paragraph (2).
    (2) Revisions to Chapter 139, section 139.101, General Requirements, 
paragraph (12)(ii).
    (ii) Additional Material. Remainder of the State submittal(s) 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(189)(i) of this 
section.
    (190) Revision to the Pennsylvania Regulations to attain and 
maintain National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for sulfur 
dioxide in Warren County, Pennsylvania, submitted on December 26, 2001, 
by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of December 26, 2001 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting a revision to the State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) for attainment and maintenance of sulfur 
dioxide NAAQS for Warren County.
    (B) Letter of August 20, 2002, transmitting a revised Reliant Energy 
Mid-Atlantic Power Holdings LLC Warren Generating Station Title V 
permit.
    (C) The following Companies' Plan Approval and Operating Permits:
    (1) Reliant Energy Mid-Atlantic Power Holdings LLC (Reliant) Warren 
Generating Station, Title V Operating Permit TV 62-00012, effective 
November 21, 2001.
    (2) United Refining Company, PA 62-017E, effective June 11, 2001, 
except for the expiration date.
    (ii) Additional Material. Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revision listed in paragraph (c)(190)(i) of this 
section.
    (191) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT 
determinations for a major source submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on December 21, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A letter submitted on December 21, 2001 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and NOX RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating permit (OP) for Bethlehem Steel Corporation, Dauphin 
County, 22-02012, effective April 9, 1999.
    (ii) Additional material. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the source listed in paragraph (c)(191)(i)(B) of this 
section.
    (192) Revisions to the Allegheny County Health Department 
Regulations, Articles XX and XXI, submitted on October 30, 1998 by the 
Pennsylvania Department Environmental Resources:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of October 30, 1998 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting a recodification from Article XX 
to Article XXI of the Rules and Regulations for Air Pollution Control in 
Allegheny County, as well as substantive revisions to the Article XXI 
regulations.
    (B) The following revisions to Article XXI (formerly Article XX) of 
the Rules and Regulations for Air Pollution Control in Allegheny County, 
effective October 20, 1995:
    (1) Part A (General), Sections 2101.01, 2101.02 (except paragraph 
.02.b.), 2101.03, 2101.04, 2101.06, 2101.07 (except paragraphs .07.c.2 
and .07.c.8), 2101.10 (1-year and 24-hour standards for PM10 
and sulfur oxides, 1-year standard for nitrogen dioxide, 1-hour and 8-
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for carbon monoxide, and 1-hour standard for ozone only) and 2101.11 
through 2101.14 inclusive.
    (2) Part A, Section 2101.20 (Definitions) (Formerly Article XX, 
Sections 101, 202.C, 701 and 801).
    (i) Citation change only: Air curtain destructor, Air dried coating, 
Air pollution, Air Pollution Control Act, Air pollution control 
equipment, Alert Stage, Ambient air, Article XI, Automobile, Board of 
Health, Bottom filling, Bulk gasoline plant, Bulk gasoline terminal, Can 
coating, Clean Air Act, Clear coat, Clearing and grubbing wastes, 
Coating, Coil coating, Cold cleaning degreaser, Commonwealth, 
Conveyorized degreaser, County, Cutback asphalt, Domestic heating plant, 
Domestic refuse-burning equipment, Drum, Dry cleaning facility, Dust, 
Emission tests, Emissions, Extreme environmental conditions, Extreme 
performance coatings, Fabric coating, Flexographic printing, Freeboard 
ratio, Fuel, Fuel-burning or combustion equipment, Gasoline, Gasoline 
tank truck, Hard slag ladle pit, Hopper car, Incinerator, Increments of 
Progress, Install, Large appliances, Lease custody transfer, Light duty 
trucks, Magnet wire coating, Materials handling, Metal furniture 
coating, Miscellaneous metal parts and products, National Ambient Air 
Quality Standard, Net load rating, Nontraditional source, Opacity, Open 
air, Open burning, Open top vapor degreaser, Pail, Paper coating, Part 
per million, Particulate matter, Paving operation, Person, PM-10, 
Potential uncontrolled emission rate, Prime coat, Process, Process 
equipment, Process fugitive emissions, Publication rotogravure printing, 
Rated capacity, Refuse, Roll printing, Rotogravure printing, SIP, Single 
coat, Small gasoline storage tank, Solvent, Standard conditions, State 
Implementation Plan, Steel production, Surface coating process, Tank 
car, Topcoat, Trade waste, Transfer efficiency, Type ``O'' waste, Vapor 
balance system, Vapor disposal system, Vinyl coating, Visible emissions, 
Wastewater separator, and Waxy heavy-pour crude oil.
    (ii) Revised definitions resulting from the format change: Advisory 
Committee, Air Pollution Episode, Ambient air quality standards, 
Article, Attainment area, Best Available Control Technology, Breakdown, 
Board of Commissioners, County-Wide Air Pollution Watch, Flue, Forecast, 
Localized air pollution watch, Localized incident level, Lowest 
Achievable Emission Rate, Net air quality benefit, Nonattainment area, 
Reasonably Available Control Technology, Unclassifiable area, and 
Volatile organic compound.
    (iii) Revised definitions with substantive wording changes: Air 
contaminant, Allowable Emissions, Authorized representative, Bureau, 
Capture efficiency, DEP (Formerly DER), Department, Deputy Director, 
Director, Emission limitation, EPA, Fugitive emissions, Modification, 
Major modification, Major Source (paragraphs a., b., c., f. and g. 
only), New Source, Reasonable further progress, Replacement Source, 
Secondary Emissions, Significant Air Quality Impact, and Source.
    (3) Part B (Permits Generally), Sections 2102.02, 2102.03.a through 
h. 2102.04.a through g., 2102.05, 2102.06.a through .e, 2102.08., and 
2102.10.
    (4) Part D (Pollutant Emission Standards), Sections 2104.01, 
2401.02.a.1 through .02.a.3, 2104.02.b. through .02.d., 2104.02.f., 
2104.02.i, 2104.03, and 2104.05 through 2401.07.
    (5) Part E (Source Emission and Operating Standards), Sections 
2105.01 through 2105.04, 2105.10.a through c., 2105.10.e.1 through 
10.e.10, 2105.11 through 2105.13, 2105.15 through 2105.17, 2105.19.a. 
through c. and .19.e., 2105.20, 2105.22, 2105.30 (except paragraph 
.30.f), 2105.40 through 2105.48, 2105.49.a, 2105.49.b (formerly 
2105.49.e). and 2105.50 (except paragraph .50.d).
    (6) Part F (Air Pollution Episodes), Sections 2106.01 through 
2106.04.
    (7) Part G (Methods), Sections 2107.01 through 2107.03, 2107.04 
(except paragraph .04.h), 2107.05 through 2107.08, 2107.10, 2107.11, and 
2107.20.c., g. through j., m., and n.
    (8) Part H (Reporting, Testing and Monitoring), Sections 2108.01 
(except paragraphs .01.e.1.A and B.), 2108.02.a. through f., 2108.03.a. 
and c. through e., and 2108.04.
    (9) Part I (Enforcement), Sections 2109.01, 2109.02, (except 
paragraph .02.a.7), 2109.03.a. (introductory paragraph only), 2109.03.b. 
through f.,

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2109.04, 2109.05 and 2109.06.a.1, .06.b, and .06.c.
    (C) Addition of the following Article XXI regulations, effective 
October 20, 1995:
    (1) Part A, Section 2101.10 (3-month ambient standard for lead).
    (2) Part A, Section 2101.20, definitions of Administrator, Adverse 
environmental effect, Affected source, Affected states, Affected unit, 
Applicable requirement, At the source, BACT (abbreviation only), 
Cartridge filter, CFR, CO, Common control, Containers and conveyors of 
solvent, CTG, Designated representative, Draft permit, Emergency, 
Emissions allowable under the permit, Emissions unit, Existing source, 
Federal action, Final permit, Fugitive dust emissions, LAER 
(abbreviation only), Large equipment, Major source applicable 
requirement (except paragraphs c., d., e., f., g., and j.), Minor 
operating permit modification, Minor source, NAAQS (abbreviation only), 
NOX, Operator, Owner or operator, Part C subpart 2 permit, 
Part C subpart 2 source, Perceptible leaks, Permit modification, Permit 
revision, Permitting authority, Person subject to the Clean Air Act, 
Petroleum solvents, Pharmaceutical tablet coating, Potential to emit, 
PPM (abbreviation only), Proposed permit, RACT (abbreviation only), 
Regulated air pollutant (paragraphs a. and b. only), Renewal, Represent 
the public interest, Responsible official, Significant permit 
modification, Significant portion of income, Small source, Small 
equipment, and Solvent recovery dryer.
    (3) Part B, Sections 2102.01, 2102.03.i through .03.k, 2102.04.h 
through .04.j, and 2102.06.f.
    (4) Part C (Operating Permits), 2103.10.a and .10.b, and 
2103.20.b.4.
    (5) Part E, Sections 2105.10.d and 10.e.11, 2105.14, 2105.19.d, 
2105.70, 2105.71, and 2105.72.
    (6) Part H, Sections 2108.02.g. and 2108.03.b.
    (7) Part I, Sections 2109.06.a.5, 2109.10 and 2109.20.
    (D) Removal of the following Article XX regulations, effective 
October 20, 1995:
    (1) Sections 109 (ambient standard for hydrocarbons), 304, 306.E, 
512, 902, and 903.
    (2) Section 101, Definitions of Air Pollution Hearing Board, 
Commissioners, Committee, Equivalent Opacity, Facility, Rendering, 
Ringelmann Scale, and Soiling Index.
    (E) Removal of Article XXI, Sections 2105.21.h.3.B., 2105.49.c, and 
2105.49.d.
    (ii) Additional Material--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(192)(i) of this 
section.
    (193) Revisions to the Pennsylvania regulations to attain and 
maintain the sulfur dioxide National Ambient Air Quality Standards 
(NAAQS) in Philadelphia County, submitted on March 23, 2001, by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 23, 2001 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting a revision to the State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) for Attainment and Maintenance of Sulfur 
Dioxide National Ambient Air Quality Standards for Philadelphia County.
    (B) The following companies' Operating Permits:
    (1) Trigen-Philadelphia Energy Corporation, Schuylkill Station, OP-
SO2-95-002, effective July 27, 2000.
    (2) Grays Ferry Cogeneration Partnership, OP-SO2-95-002A, effective 
July 27, 2000.
    (3) PECO Energy Company, Schuylkill Generating Station, OP SO2-95-
006, effective July 27, 2000.
    (4) Sunoco, Inc. (R&M) Philadelphia Refinery, OP-SO2-95-039, 
effective July 27, 2000.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revision listed in paragraph (c)(193)(i) of this 
section.
    (194) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT 
determinations for a major source submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on December 21, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A letter submitted on December 21, 2001 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and NOX RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating permit (OP) :

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    (1) Hershey Chocolate USA, Dauphin County, 22-02004A, effective 
January 24, 2000.
    (2) Pennsylvania Power Company, Lawrence County, New Castle Plant, 
OP 37-0023, effective April 8, 1999.
    (ii) Additional Material--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the source listed in paragraph (c)(194)(i)(B) of this 
section.
    (195) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations regarding VOC 
control requirements for solvent cleaning operations, submitted on 
February 13, 2002, by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of February 13, 2002, from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the revisions to VOC control 
requirements for solvent cleaning operations.
    (B) Revisions to 25 PA Code, chapter 121 and chapter 129, effective 
December 22, 2001.
    (1) Additions and Revisions of definitions for terms in chapter 121, 
General Provisions, section 121.1, Definitions.
    (i) Addition of the following terms: Airless cleaning system, 
Airtight cleaning system, Batch vapor cleaning machine, Carbon adsorber, 
Cold cleaning machine, Dwell, Dwell time, Extreme cleaning service, 
Freeboard refrigeration device, Idling mode, Immersion cold cleaning 
machine, In-line vapor cleaning machine, Reduced room draft, Remote 
reservoir cold cleaning machine, Solvent/air interface, Solvent cleaning 
machine, Solvent cleaning machine automated parts handling sytem, 
Solvent cleaning machine down time, Solvent vapor zone, Superheated 
vapor system, Vapor cleaning machine, Vapor cleaning machine primary 
condenser, Vapor pressure, Vapor up control switch, Working mode cover.
    (ii) Revision of the term ``freeboard ratio.''
    (2) Revisions to chapter 129, Standards for Sources, Sources of 
VOCs, section 129.63, VOC Cleaning Operations replacing the current 
section 129.63.
    (ii) Additional Material. Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(195)(i) of this 
section.
    (196) Revisions pertaining to NOX RACT for major sources 
submitted on December 21, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on December 21, 2001 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and/or NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals 
or operating permits.
    (B) Plan approval (PA); Operating permit (OP):
    (1) Lafarge Corporation, Lehigh County, OP-39-0011B, effective May 
19, 1997.
    (2) The Peoples Natural Gas Company, Cambria County, OP-11-000-356, 
effective November 23, 1994.
    (3) Horsehead Resource Development Company, Inc., Carbon County, OP-
13-0001, effective May 16, 1995.
    (4) Williams Generation Company, Hazleton, Luzerne County, OP-40-
0031A, effective March 10, 2000.
    (5) Pennsylvania Power and Light Company, Holtwood Steam Electric 
Station, Lancaster County, PA-36-2016, effective May 25, 1995.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Letter of October 15, 2002 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection to EPA transmitting materials related to the 
RACT permits listed in paragraph (c)(196)(i) of this section.
    (B) Other materials submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 
support of and pertaining to the RACT determinations for the sources 
listed in paragraph (c)(196)(i) of this section.
    (197) Revisions to the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Regulations 
pertaining to the Pennsylvania's air resource regulations submitted on 
March 6, 2000 by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 6, 2000 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting revisions to the Commonwealth's 
Regulations pertaining to the Pennsylvania's air resource regulations.
    (B) Revisions to 25 PA Code, Part I, Subpart C, Article III, 
effective December 27, 1997. Revisions to Chapter 121,

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General Provisions, Section 121.1, definitions for major modification, 
modification, potential to emit, responsible official and secondary 
emissions.
    (ii) Additional Material--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(197)(i) of this 
section.
    (198) Revisions pertaining to NOX RACT determinations for 
a major source submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on December 9, 2002.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of December 9, 2002 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific NOX 
RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating permit (OP) for General Electric Transportation 
Systems, Erie County, OP 25-025A, effective August 26, 2002.
    (ii) Additional Material--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the source listed in paragraph (c)(198)(i)(B) of this 
section.
    (199) [Reserved]
    (200) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for major 
sources submitted on December 21, 2001.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on December 21, 2001 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and/or NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals 
or operating permits:
    (B) Plan approval (PA); Operating permit (OP):
    (1) Bethlehem Structural Products Corporation, Northampton County, 
OP-48-0013, effective October 24, 1996.
    (2) International Paper Company, Erie Mill, Erie County, PA-25-028, 
effective December 21, 1994.
    (3) National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation, Jefferson County, PA-33-
144A, effective October 5, 1998.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Letters of October 15, 2002 and February 11, 2003 from the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection (PADEP) to EPA 
transmitting materials related to the RACT permits listed in paragraph 
(c)(200)(i) of this section.
    (B) Other materials submitted by PADEP in support of and pertaining 
to the RACT determinations for the sources listed in paragraph 
(c)(200)(i) of this section.
    (201) Revisions pertaining to NOX RACT determinations for 
a major source submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on October 30, 2002.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of October 30, 2002 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific NOX 
RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating permit (OP) for PPG Industries, Inc., Crawford County, 
OP 20-145, effective May 31, 1995.
    (ii) Additional Material--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the source listed in paragraph (c)(201)(i)(B) of this 
section.
    (202) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT 
determinations for major sources submitted by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection on October 30, 2002.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of October 30, 2002 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific NOX 
RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating Permits (OP):
    (1) Dominion Trans Inc., Clinton County, Title V Permit No.: 18-
00005, effective February 16, 2000.
    (2) Textron Lycoming, Lycoming County, Title V Permit No.: 41-00005, 
effective January 12, 2001.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) A letter of February 11, 2003 from the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Protection to EPA transmitting materials related to the 
RACT permits listed in paragraph (c)(202)(i) of this section.
    (B) Other materials submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 
support of and pertaining to the RACT determinations for the source 
listed in paragraph (c)(202)(i)(B) of this section.
    (203) Revisions to Philadelphia Air Management Regulation XIII--
``Pertaining to the Construction, Modification, Reactivation, and 
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Sources'' submitted on May 13, 1999 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on behalf of Philadelphia County Air Management 
Services:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of May 13, 1999 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on behalf of Philadelphia County Air Management 
Services transmitting Regulation XIII governing the construction of new 
and modified sources and operation of existing sources of air pollution 
in the County.
    (B) Philadelphia Air Management Regulation XIII--``Pertaining to the 
Construction, Modification, Reactivation, and Operation of Sources'', 
except as it pertains to the new source review permit program and the 
title V operating permit program, effective October 30, 1995.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(203)(i) of this 
section. (204) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations to remove 
alternative emission reduction limitations for Andre Greenhouses, U.S. 
Steel, Scott Paper Company, Arbogast & Bastian, Inc., J.H. Thompson, 
Inc., and Bethlehem Steel Corp., submitted on March 6, 2000 by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 6, 2000 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the removal of 25 Pennsylvania 
Code Subpart C, Article II, Chapter 128.11 through 128.13 and 128.15 
through 128.20, the alternative emission reduction limitations for Andre 
Greenhouses, U.S. Steel, Scott Paper Company, Arbogast & Bastian, Inc., 
J.H. Thompson, Inc., and Bethlehem Steel Corporation, respectively.
    (B) Removal of 25 Pennsylvania Code Subpart C, Article II, Chapter 
128.11 through 128.13 and 128.15 through 128.20, effective September 5, 
1998.
    (ii) Remainder of State submittal pertaining to the revisions listed 
in paragraph (c)(204)(i) of this section.
    (205) Revision pertaining to NOX RACT determinations for 
a major source submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental 
Protection on February 4, 2003:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on February 4, 2003 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific 
NOX RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating Permit (OP) for Lafayette College, Easton Campus, 
Northampton County, OP 48-0034, effective August 18, 1997.
    (ii) Additional Material. Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the source listed in paragraph (c)(205)(i) of this 
section.
    (206) [Reserved]
    (207) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for major 
sources submitted on February 4, 2003.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on February 4, 2003 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and/or NOX RACT determinations, in the form of plan approvals 
or operating permits.
    (B) The following Operating Permits (OP):
    (1) Keystone Carbon Company, Elk County, OP 24-016, effective May 
15, 1995.
    (2) Mack Trucks, Inc., Northampton County, 39-0004, effective May 
31, 1995.
    (3) Owens-Brockway Glass Container, Inc., Jefferson County, OP 33-
033, effective March 27, 1995.
    (4) Resilite Sports Products, Inc., Northumberland County, OP-49-
0003, effective December 3, 1996.
    (5) Westfield Tanning Company, Tioga County, OP-59-0008, effective 
November 27, 1996.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Other materials submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 
support of and pertaining to the RACT determinations for the sources 
listed in paragraph (c)(207)(i) of this section.
    (B) [Reserved]
    (208) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for major 
sources submitted on October 25, 1999, and February 4, 2003, by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.

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    (A) Letters submitted on October 26, 1999, and February 4, 2003 by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting 
source-specific VOC and/or NOX RACT determinations, in the 
form of operating permits.
    (B) Operating permits (OP) issued to the following sources:
    (1) Tarkett Incorporated, Lehigh County, OP 39-0002, effective May 
31, 1995.
    (2) Harcros Pigments, Inc., Northampton County, OP 48-0018, 
effective July 31, 1996.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Other materials submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in 
support of and pertaining to the RACT determinations for the sources 
listed in paragraph (c)(208)(i) of this section.
    (209) Revisions for a federally enforceable state operating permit 
program applicable in Allegheny County, Pennsylvania submitted on 
November 9, 1998 and March 1, 2001 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on behalf of the Allegheny County Health 
Department:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters of November 9, 1998 and March 1, 2001 from the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection, on behalf of the 
Allegheny County Health Department, transmitting a federally enforceable 
state operating permit program.
    (B) Addition of the following Allegheny County Health Department 
Rules and Regulations, Article XXI Air Pollution Control:
    (1) Regulation 2101.05, Regulation 2103.12--effective March 31, 
1998.
    (2) Regulation 2103.01, Regulation 2103.11, Regulation 2103.13, 
Regulation 2103.15--effective October 20, 1995.
    (3) Regulation 2103.14--effective January 12, 2001.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(209)(i) of this 
section.
    (210) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations which include 
amendments to the 2001 Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone maintenance plan 
submitted on April 11, 2003 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of April 11, 2003 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting revisions to the Pittsburgh-Beaver 
Valley ozone maintenance plan.
    (B) Amendments to the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley ozone maintenance 
plan which add sections E-2 and E-3, effective April 2003.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(210)(i) of this 
section.
    (211) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Emission Inspection Program 
Regulations to adopt revised alternative final ASM test cutpoints 
submitted on July 23, 2003 by the Department of Environmental 
Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 23, 2003 from the Secretary of the Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting a regulatory amendment to the 
motor vehicle emissions testing program to adopt an alternative set of 
final ASM test cutpoints developed by EPA.
    (B) Revisions to Chapter 177, Appendix A, Section 1 of the 
Pennsylvania motor vehicle emission inspection program regulations 
(codified in the Pennsylvania Code at Title 67, Part I, Subpart A, 
Article VII), effective on May 24, 2003.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(211)(i) of this 
section.
    (212) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations pertaining to VOC 
and NOX RACT for major sources submitted on July 2, 2003 by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 2, 2003 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific NOX and 
VOC RACT determinations.
    (B) The following operating permits (OP):
    (1) GPU Generation Corp., Homer City Station, Indiana County, 32-
000-055, effective October 29, 1998.
    (2) GPU Generation Corp., Seward Station, Indiana County, 32-000-
040, effective April 30, 1998.
    (3) Ebensburg Power Company, Ebensburg Cogeneration Plant,

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Cambria County, 11-000-318, effective March 28, 2001.
    (4) Sithe Pennsylvania Holdings LLC, Warren Station, Warren County, 
OP-62-012B, effective January 20, 2000.
    (5) Pennsylvania Power & Light Company, Sunbury SES, Snyder County, 
OP-55-0001A, effective July 7, 1997.
    (6) Lakeview Landfill, Erie County, OP-25-920, effective May 29, 
1997.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(212)(i) of this 
section.
    (213) Revisions pertaining to NOX and VOC RACT for 
National Fuel Gas Supply Corporation's Roystone Compressor Station, 
located in Sheffield, Warren County, Pennsylvania; and Crompton 
Corporation's facility located in Fairview Township, Butler County, 
Pennsylvania submitted by the Secretary of the Pennsylvania Department 
of the Environment on July 2, 2003.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on July 2, 2003, by the Pennsylvania Department 
of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations, in the form of operating permits:
    (B) Operating permit (OP):
    (1) National Fuel Gas Supply Corp., Roystone Compressor Station, 
Sheffield, Warren County, OP 62-141F, effective date April 1, 2003.
    (2) Crompton Corporation, Fairview Township, Butler County, OP 10-
037, effective date June 4, 2003.
    (ii) Additional Material--Additional materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(213)(i) of this 
section.
    (214) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations pertaining to VOC 
and NOX RACT for major sources submitted on July 2, 2003 by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of July 2, 2003 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC and/or 
NOX RACT determinations in the form of plan approvals or 
operating permits.
    (B) Plan Approval (PA); Operating Permit (OP):
    (1) Andritz, Inc., Lycoming County, 41-00010C, effective April 30, 
2003.
    (2) Brodart Company, Clinton County, 18-0007A, effective April 8, 
2003.
    (3) Erie Sewer Authority, Erie County, OP-25-179, effective June 5, 
2003.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the State submittals 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(214)(i) of this 
section.
    (215) The PM10 Redesignation and Maintenance Plan for the 
Liberty Borough area of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania nonattainment 
area submitted on October 28, 2002 by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of October 28, 2002 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the redesignation request and 
maintenance plan for the PM10 nonattainment area in the 
Liberty Borough area of Allegheny County, Pennsylvania.
    (B) Maintenance Plan for the Liberty Borough PM10 
nonattainment area consisting of Part IV, ``Maintenance Plan--
Redesignation Criterion 4''; Part I, ``Attainment of the Standard--
Redesignation Criterion I,'' Section B, Figure 3a--''Countywide Network 
of PM10 Monitors, (Current)'', Section C ``Modeled 
Attainment''; Part VI ``Documentation of Administrative Procedures,'' 
Section F ``Certification of Approval and Adoption''; Appendix B : 
``Attainment Inventory''; Appendix C: ``Mon-Fayette Expressway 
Alignment''; Appendix D: ``Employment Forecasts''; Appendix E: ``Census 
and Population Forecasts,'' dated October 4, 2002 and effective 
September 14, 2002.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Remainder of the October 28, 2002 State submittal(s) pertaining 
to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(215)(i) of this section.
    (B) Additional material submitted by the State on June 20, 2003 
which consisted of minor corrections to the PM10 ambient air 
quality data included in the redesignation request.
    (216) Revisions to the Allegheny portion of the Pennsylvania State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) submitted on August 15, 2003 by the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection consisting of a 
regulatory change to

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Article XXI, section 2104.03, Sulfur Oxide Emissions, a modeled 
demonstration of attainment of the national ambient air quality 
standards (NAAQS) for SO2 in the Hazelwood and Monongahela 
River Valley areas of Allegheny County, and the SO2 
Maintenance Plan for these areas associated with their redesignation to 
attainment:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of August 15, 2003 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting a regulatory change to the 
allowable sulfur oxide emission limits for fuel burning equipment, a 
modeled demonstration of attainment, and the maintenance plan for the 
Hazelwood and Monongahela River Valley areas of Allegheny County, 
Pennsylvania.
    (B) Maintenance Plan for Sulfur Dioxide for Southwestern 
Pennsylvania, Parts I through V, and Appendices A and B, dated August 
2001, and effective July 10, 2003.
    (C) Revisions to section 2104.03 of Article XXI, Rules and 
Regulations of the Allegheny County Health, effective July 10, 2003.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of the August 15, 2003 State submittal pertaining to 
the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(216)(i) of this section.
    (B) Additional material submitted by the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection on February 12, 2004, which consists of minor 
clarifications to the Summary and Responses document from the public 
hearing, and a letter dated February 6, 1992 which was referenced but 
not included in the August 15, 2003 SIP revision submittal.
    (217) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations pertaining to 
NOX RACT for a major source submitted on August 15, 2003 by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of August 15, 2003 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific NOX 
RACT determinations.
    (B) Operating Permit (OP) for Hercules Cement Company, Northampton 
County, 48-0005A, effective April 16, 1999.
    (ii) Additional Material--Other materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the source listed in paragraph (c)(217)(i)(B) of this 
section.
    (218) Revisions pertaining to VOC and NOX RACT for 
Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, Station 321, located in Susquehanna 
County, Pennsylvania; and Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, Station 219, 
located in Mercer County, Pennsylvania submitted by the Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection on August 15, 2003.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter submitted on August 15, 2003 by the Pennsylvania 
Department of Environmental Protection transmitting source-specific VOC 
and/or NOX RACT determinations, in the form of operating 
permits:
    (B) Operating permit (OP):
    (1) Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, Station 321, Susquehanna County, 
OP-58-0001A, effective date April 16, 1999.
    (2) Tennessee Gas Pipeline Company, Station 219, Mercer County, OP-
43-0272, effective date April 7, 1998.
    (ii) Additional Material--Additional materials submitted by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania in support of and pertaining to the RACT 
determinations for the sources listed in paragraph (c)(218)(i) of this 
section.
    (219)-(221) [Reserved]
    (222) Revisions to Pennsylvania's 1-hour ozone maintenance plan for 
the Reading area to amend the contingency measures and to revise the 
attainment year mobile emissions inventories and the 2004 and 2007 motor 
vehicle emission budgets to reflect the use of MOBILE6. These revisions 
were submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's Department of 
Environmental Protection to EPA on December 9, 2003.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of December 9, 2003 from the Secretary of the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting 
revisions to Pennsylvania's 1-hour ozone maintenance plan for the 
Reading area.
    (B) Document entitled ``Revision to the State Implementation Plan 
for the Reading Area (Berks County).'' This

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document, dated November 2003, establishes the following:
    (1) Revisions to the Reading area's 1-hour ozone maintenance plan, 
establishing revised motor vehicle emissions budgets of 17.02 tons/day 
of volatile organic compounds (VOC) and 28.99 tons/day of oxides of 
nitrogen (NOX) for 2004; and motor vehicle emissions budgets 
of 13.81 tons/day of VOC and 23.06 tons/day of NOX for 2007.
    (2) Revision to the Reading area's 1-hour ozone maintenance plan 
which moves the Inspection and Maintenance program from the contingency 
measures portion of the plan and to make it part of the maintenance 
strategy.
    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(222)(i) of this 
section.
    (223) [Reserved]
    (224) The SO2 Redesignation Request and Maintenance Plan 
for Conewango Township, Pleasant Township, Glade Township, and the City 
of Warren in Warren County, Pennsylvania, submitted on May 7, 2004, by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of May 7, 2004 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the redesignation request and the 
maintenance plan for the SO2 nonattainment areas of Conewango 
Township, Pleasant Township, Glade Township, and the City of Warren, in 
Warren County, Pennsylvania.
    (B) The Conewango Township, Pleasant Township, Glade Township, and 
City of Warren, Warren County Sulfur Dioxide Maintenance Plan, dated 
May, 2004.
    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) Remainder of the State submittal pertaining to the revisions 
listed in paragraph (c)(224)(i) of this section.
    (B) Letter of March 15, 2004 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection, transmitting the redesignation request and 
maintenance plan for the Conewango Township, Pleasant Township, Glade 
Township, and the City of Warren, and the request to change the status 
of Mead Township and Clarendon Borough.
    (225) [Reserved]
    (226) Revisions to Pennsylvania's 1-hour ozone maintenance plan for 
the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area to revise the highway mobile emissions 
and the motor vehicle emission budgets to reflect the use of MOBILE6. 
These revisions were submitted by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania's 
Department of Environmental Protection on April 22, 2004.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of April 22, 2004 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting a revision to Pennsylvania's 1-
hour ozone maintenance plan for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley area.
    (B) Document entitled, ``Revision to the State Implementation Plan 
for the Pittsburgh-Beaver Valley Area--Revised Highway Vehicle Emissions 
Budgets'' dated April, 2004. The document revises the Pittsburgh-Beaver 
Valley 1-hour ozone maintenance plan, establishing revised motor vehicle 
emission budgets of 74.03 tons/day of volatile organic compounds (VOC) 
and 140.63 tons/day of nitrogen oxides (NOX) for 2004, 60.42 
tons/day of VOC and 110.37 tons/day of NOX for 2007, and 
45.68 tons/day of VOC and 77.09 tons/day of NOX for 2011.
    (ii) Additional Material. Remainder of the Commonwealth's April 22, 
2004 submittal pertaining to the revision listed in paragraph 
(c)(226)(i) of this section.
    (227) Revisions pertaining to the control of volatile organic 
compound emissions from architectural and industrial maintenance 
coatings submitted on December 3, 2003 and October 19, 2004 by the 
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters of December 3, 2003 and October 19, 2004 from the 
Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection transmitting 
Pennsylvania's Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings 
regulations.
    (B) 25 Pa. Code Chapter 130, Subchapter C. Architectural and 
Industrial Maintenance Coatings, Subsections 130.601-130.611, inclusive, 
effective October 25, 2003.

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    (ii) Additional Materials--Remainder of the Commonwealth's 
submittals pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(227)(i) 
of this section.
    (228) [Reserved]
    (229) Revisions to the Pennsylvania Regulations, Chapter 130, 
Subchapter A pertaining to volatile organic compound control 
requirements for portable fuel containers submitted on March 26, 2003 by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 26, 2003 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting the Pennsylvania regulations for 
portable fuel containers.
    (B) 25 Pa Code Chapter 130 Subchapter A. Portable Fuel Containers, 
Sections 130.101-130.108, inclusive, effective on October 5, 2002.
    (ii) Additional Material. Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(229)(i) of this 
section.
    (230) Revisions pertaining to the control of volatile organic 
compound emissions from consumer products submitted on March 26, 2003 by 
the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection:
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 26, 2003 from the Pennsylvania Department of 
Environmental Protection transmitting Pennsylvania's consumer products 
regulations.
    (B) 25 PA Code Chapter 130 Subchapter B. Consumer Products, 
effective on October 5, 2002, consisting of Sections 130.201 and 
130.202, 130.211 through 130.216, 130.331 through 130.337, 130.351 and 
130.352, 130.371 through 130.373, 130.391 and 130.392, 130.411 and 
130.414, 130.431, 130.451 through 130.465, and 130.471.
    (ii) Additional Material. Remainder of the State submittal 
pertaining to the revisions listed in paragraph (c)(230)(i) of this 
section.

[38 FR 16567, June 22, 1973]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec. 
52.2063, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 33985, June 6, 2013, Sec. 52.2063 was 
amended by revising paragraph (a), effective Aug. 5, 2013. For the 
convenience of the user, the revised text is set forth as follows:



Sec. 52.2063  Original identification of plan section.

    (a) This section identifies the original ``Air Implementation Plan 
for the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania'' and all revisions submitted by 
Pennsylvania that were federally approved prior to February 10, 2005. 
The information in this section is available in the 40 CFR, part 52, 
Volume 2 of 2 (Sec. Sec. 52.1019 to the end of part 52) editions 
revised as of July 1, 2005 through July 1, 2011, and the 40 CFR, part 
52, Volume 3 of 3 (Sec. Sec. 52.2020 to the end of part 52) edition 
revised as of July 1, 2012.
    (b) [Reserved]



                         Subpart OO_Rhode Island



Sec. 52.2070  Identification of plan.

    (a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State 
implementation plan for Rhode Island 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 as incorporated 
by reference in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section 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 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 
October 15, 2008, will be incorporated by reference in the next update 
to the SIP compilation.
    (2) EPA Region 1 certifies that the rules/regulations provided by 
EPA 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 
October 15, 2008.
    (3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be 
inspected at the New England Regional Office of EPA at 5 Post Office 
Square--Suite 100, Boston, MA 02109-3912; the EPA, Air and Radiation 
Docket and Information Center, Room Number 3334, EPA West Building, 1301 
Constitution Ave., NW.,

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Washington, DC 20460, and the National Archives and Records 
Administration [NARA]. If you wish to obtain materials from a docket in 
the EPA Regional Office, please call telephone number (617) 918-1668; 
for material from a docket in EPA Headquarters Library, please call the 
Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) Docket/Telephone number (202) 566-
1742. For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 
202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal--register/code--
of--federal--regulations/ibr--locations.html.
    (c) EPA Approved regulations.

                                      EPA-Approved Rhode Island Regulations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     State effective
         State citation            Title/subject           date        EPA approval date       Explanations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Air Pollution Control General    General            9/29/2010........  3/13/2012, 77 FR
 Definitions Regulation.          Definitions.                          14691.
Air Pollution Control            Visible emissions  2/22/1977........  5/7/1981, 46 FR
 Regulation 1.                                                          25446.
Air Pollution Control            Handling of soft   2/22/1977........  5/7/1981, 46 FR
 Regulation 2.                    coal.                                 25446.
Air Pollution Control            Particulate        2/22/1977........  5/7/1981, 46 FR
 Regulation 3.                    emissions from                        25446.
                                  industrial
                                  processes.
Air Pollution Control            Open fires.......  2/22/1977........  5/7/1981, 46 FR
 Regulation 4.                                                          25446.
Air Pollution Control            Fugitive dust....  2/22/1977........  5/7/1981, 46 FR
 Regulation 5.                                                          25446.
Air Pollution Control            Continuous         11/22/1989.......  9/30/1991, 56 FR   RI Air Pollution
 Regulation 6.                    emission                              49414.             Control Regulation
                                  monitors.                                                Number 6 is also
                                                                                           referred to by the
                                                                                           title ``Opacity
                                                                                           Monitors''.
Air Pollution Control            Emission of air    7/19/1977........  5/7/1981, 46 FR
 Regulation 7.                    contaminants                          25446.
                                  detrimental to
                                  persons or
                                  property.
Air Pollution Control            Sulfur content of  5/2/1985.........  1/8/1986, 51 FR
 Regulation 8.                    fuels.                                755.
Air Pollution Control            Air pollution      4/8/1996.........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Definition of VOC
 Regulation 9.                    control permits.                      67495.             revised. All of No. 9
                                                                                           is approved with the
                                                                                           exception of Sections
                                                                                           9.13, 9.14, 9.15, and
                                                                                           Appendix A which
                                                                                           Rhode Island did not
                                                                                           submit as part of SIP
                                                                                           revision.
Air Pollution Control            Air pollution      2/22/1977........  5/7/1981, 46 FR
 Regulation 10.                   episodes.                             25446.
Air Pollution Control            Petroleum liquids  1/31/1993........  12/17/1993, 58 FR
 Regulation 11.                   marketing and                         65930.
                                  storage.
Air Pollution Control            Incinerators.....  4/22/1981........  4/26/1982, 47 FR
 Regulation 12.                                                         17816.
Air Pollution Control Revisions  Particulate        10/5/1982........  3/29/1983, 48 FR
 to Regulation 13.                emissions from                        13026.
                                  fossil fuel
                                  fired steam or
                                  hot water
                                  generating units.
Air Pollution Control            Recordkeeping and  4/8/1996.........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Definition of VOC
 Regulation 14.                   reporting.                            67495.             revised.
Air Pollution Control            Control of         4/8/1996.........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Limited approval.
 Regulation 15.                   organic solvent                       67495.             Applicability
                                  emissions.                                               threshold decreased
                                                                                           to 50 tpy. Definition
                                                                                           of VOC revised. All
                                                                                           of No. 15 is approved
                                                                                           with the exception of
                                                                                           15.2.2 which Rhode
                                                                                           Island did not submit
                                                                                           as part of the SIP
                                                                                           revision.
Air Pollution Control            Operation of air   2/22/1977........  5/7/1981, 46 FR
 Regulation 16.                   pollution                             25446.
                                  control system.
Air Pollution Control            Odors............  2/22/1977........  5/7/1981, 46 FR
 Regulation 17.                                                         25446.
Air Pollution Control            Control of         Withdrawn........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   No. 18 is superseded
 Regulation 18.                   Emissions from                        67495.             by No. 36.
                                  Organic Solvent
                                  Cleaning.

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Air Pollution Control            Control of         3/7/1996.........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Definition of VOC
 Regulation 19.                   Volatile Organic                      67495.             revised. Wood
                                  Compounds from                                           products requirements
                                  Surface Coating                                          deleted because state
                                  Operations.                                              adopted new
                                                                                           Regulation No. 35
                                                                                           which addresses wood
                                                                                           products. Except
                                                                                           19.2.2.
Air Pollution Control            Control of         4/8/1996.........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Applicability
 Regulation 21.                   Volatile Organic                      67495.             threshold decreased
                                  Compounds from                                           to 50 tpy. Definition
                                  Printing                                                 of VOC revised. All
                                  Operations.                                              of No. 21 is approved
                                                                                           with the exception of
                                                                                           Section 21.2.3 which
                                                                                           the State did not
                                                                                           submit as part of the
                                                                                           SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control            Control of VOC     11/12/2009.......  3/13/2012, 77 FR   All of No. 25 is
 Regulation 25.                   Emissions from                        14691.             approved with the
                                  Cutback and                                              exception of Section
                                  Emulsified                                               25.2.3 which the
                                  Asphalt.                                                 state did not submit
                                                                                           as part of the SIP
                                                                                           revision.
Air Pollution Control            Control of         4/8/1996.........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Definition of VOC
 Regulation 26.                   Organic Solvent                       67495.             revised. All of No.
                                  Emissions from                                           26 is approved with
                                  Manufacture of                                           the exception of
                                  Synthesized                                              26.2.3 which the
                                  Pharmaceutical                                           state did not submit
                                  Products.                                                as part of the SIP
                                                                                           revision.
Air Pollution Control            Control of         1/16/1996........  9/2/1997, 62 FR
 Regulation 27.                   nitrogen oxide                        46202.
                                  emissions.
Air Pollution Control            Emissions Caps...  4/28/1995........  3/22/1996, 61 FR   This rule limits a
 Regulation 29.3.                                                       11731.             source's potential to
                                                                                           emit, therefore
                                                                                           avoiding RACT, Title
                                                                                           V Operating Permit.
Air Pollution Control            Control of VOCs    4/8/1996.........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Definition of VOC
 Regulation 30.                   from Automotive                       67495.             revised. All of No.
                                  Refinishing                                              30 is approved with
                                  Operations.                                              the exception of
                                                                                           Section 30.2.2 which
                                                                                           the state did not
                                                                                           submit as part of the
                                                                                           SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control            Control of VOCs    6/4/2009.........  3/13/2012, 77 FR   All of No. 31 is
 Regulation 31.                   from Commercial                       14691.             approved with the
                                  and Consumer                                             exception of Sections
                                  Products.                                                31.2.3 through 31.2.5
                                                                                           which deal with
                                                                                           exemptions to the
                                                                                           general provisions of
                                                                                           the rule and were
                                                                                           withdrawn by the
                                                                                           state from
                                                                                           consideration as part
                                                                                           of the SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control            Control of VOCs    4/8/1996.........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Definition of VOC
 Regulation 32.                   from Marine                           67495.             revised. All of No.
                                  Vessel Loading                                           32 is approved with
                                  Operations.                                              the exception of
                                                                                           Section 32.2.2 which
                                                                                           the state did not
                                                                                           submit as part of the
                                                                                           SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control            Control of VOCs    6/4/2009.........  3/13/2012, 77 FR
 Regulation 33.                   from                                  14691.
                                  Architectural
                                  Coatings and
                                  Industrial
                                  Maintenance
                                  Coatings.
Air Pollution Control            Rhode Island       3/30/2000........  2/9/2001, 66 FR    Department of
 Regulation 34.                   Motor Vehicle                         9661.              Environmental
                                  Inspection/                                              Management regulation
                                  Maintenance                                              containing I/M
                                  Program.                                                 standards.
Air Pollution Control            Control of VOCs    7/7/1996.........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   All of No. 35 is
 Regulation 35.                   and Volatile                          67495.             approved with the
                                  Hazardous Air                                            exception of Section
                                  Pollutants from                                          35.2.3 which the
                                  Wood Products                                            state did not submit
                                  Manufacturing                                            as part of the SIP
                                  Operations.                                              revision.
Air Pollution Control            Control of         10/9/2008........  3/13/2012, 77 FR   Revised to incorporate
 Regulation 36.                   Emissions from                        14691.             solvent vapor
                                  Organic Solvent                                          pressure limit of 1.0
                                  Cleaning.                                                mm Hg to meet 8-hour
                                                                                           ozone RACT. All of
                                                                                           No. 36 is approved
                                                                                           with the exception of
                                                                                           Section 36.2.2 which
                                                                                           the state did not
                                                                                           submit as part of the
                                                                                           SIP revision.
Air Pollution Control            Rhode Island's     12/7/1999........  3/9/2000, 65 FR    Includes National LEV
 Regulation 37.                   Low Emission                          12476.             as a compliance
                                  Vehicle Program.                                         alternative.
Air Pollution Control            Nitrogen Oxides    6/10/1998........  6/2/1999, 64 FR
 Regulation 38.                   Allowance                             29567.
                                  Program.

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Air Pollution Control            NOX Budget         10/1/1999........  12/27/2000, 65 FR
 Regulation 41.                   Trading Program.                      81743.
Air Pollution Control            Rhode Island       7/19/2007........  3/27/2008, 73 FR   Limits idling for
 Regulation 45.                   Diesel Engine                         16203.             diesel on-highway and
                                  Anti-Idling                                              non-road engines.
                                  Program.
Rhode Island Motor Vehicle       Rhode Island       1/31/2001........  2/9/2001, 66 FR    Department of
 Safety and Emissions Control     Motor Vehicle                         9661.              Administration
 Regulation No. 1.                Inspection/                                              regulations for the I/
                                  Maintenance                                              M program.
                                  Program.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    (d) EPA-approved State Source specific requirements.

                             EPA-Approved Rhode Island Source Specific Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                     State effective
         Name of source              Permit No.            date        EPA approval date       Explanations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Narragansett Electric Company    A.H. File No. 83-  8/29/1983........  7/27/1984, 49 FR   Revisions to Air
 South Street Station in          12-AP.                                30177.             Pollution Control
 Providence.                                                                               Regulation 8,
                                                                                           ``Sulfur Content of
                                                                                           Fuels,'' specifying
                                                                                           maximum sulfur-in-
                                                                                           coal limits (1.21 lbs/
                                                                                           MMBtu on a 30-day
                                                                                           rolling average and
                                                                                           2.31 lbs/MMBtu on a
                                                                                           24-hour average).
                                                                                           These revisions
                                                                                           approve Section
                                                                                           8.3.4, ``Large Fuel
                                                                                           Burning Devices Using
                                                                                           Coal,'' for South
                                                                                           Street Station only.
Stanley Bostitch, Bostitch       A.H. File No. 85-  6/6/1985.........  12/11/1986, 51 FR  RIDEM and Bostitch
 Division of Textron.             8-AP.                                 44604.             administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           effective 6/6/85.
                                                                                           Requires Bostitch to
                                                                                           reformulate certain
                                                                                           solvent-based
                                                                                           coatings to low/no
                                                                                           solvent formulation
                                                                                           by 12/31/86. Also
                                                                                           addendum dated 9/20/
                                                                                           85 defining emission
                                                                                           limitations
                                                                                           reformulated coatings
                                                                                           must meet.
                                                                                          (A) An administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           between the RIDEM and
                                                                                           Bostitch Division of
                                                                                           Textron.
                                                                                          (B) A letter to
                                                                                           Bostitch Division of
                                                                                           Textron from the
                                                                                           RIDEM dated September
                                                                                           20, 1985 which serves
                                                                                           as an addendum to the
                                                                                           consent agreement.
                                                                                           The addendum defines
                                                                                           the emission
                                                                                           limitations which
                                                                                           Bostitch's Division
                                                                                           of Textron
                                                                                           reformulated coatings
                                                                                           must meet.
Keene Corporation, East          A.H. File No. 85-  9/12/1985........  8/31/1987, 52 FR   RIDEM and Keene
 Providence, RI.                  10-AP.                                32793.             Corporation
                                                                                           administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           effective 9/12/85.
                                                                                           Granting final
                                                                                           compliance date
                                                                                           extension for the
                                                                                           control of organic
                                                                                           solvent emissions
                                                                                           from six paper
                                                                                           coating lines.
                                                                                          (A) Letter from the
                                                                                           RIDEM dated November
                                                                                           5, 1985 submitting
                                                                                           revisions to the RI
                                                                                           SIP.
                                                                                          (B) An administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           between the RIDEM and
                                                                                           Keene Corporation.
Tech Industries................  File No. 86-12-AP  11/24/1987.......  3/10/1989, 54 FR   RIDEM and Tech
                                                                        10145.             Industries original
                                                                                           administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement (86-
                                                                                           12-AP) [except for
                                                                                           provisions 7 and 8]
                                                                                           effective 6/12/86, an
                                                                                           addendum effective 11/
                                                                                           24/87, defining and
                                                                                           imposing reasonably
                                                                                           available control
                                                                                           technology to control
                                                                                           volatile organic
                                                                                           compounds.
                                                                                          (A) An administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement (86-
                                                                                           12-AP), except for
                                                                                           Provisions 7 and 8,
                                                                                           between the RIDEM and
                                                                                           Tech Industries
                                                                                           effective June 12,
                                                                                           1986.

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                                                                                          (B) An addendum to the
                                                                                           administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement (86-
                                                                                           12-AP) between the
                                                                                           RIDEM and Tech
                                                                                           Industries. The
                                                                                           addendum was
                                                                                           effective November
                                                                                           24, 1987.
                                                                                          (C) Letters dated May
                                                                                           6, 1987; October 15,
                                                                                           1987; and January 4,
                                                                                           1988 submitted to the
                                                                                           EPA by the RIDEM.
University of Rhode Island.....  A.P. File No. 87-  3/17/1987........  9/19/1989, 54 FR   Revisions to the SIP
                                  5-AP.                                 38517.             submitted by the
                                                                                           RIDEM on April 28,
                                                                                           1989, approving a
                                                                                           renewal of a sulfur
                                                                                           dioxide bubble for
                                                                                           the University of
                                                                                           Rhode Island.
University of Rhode Island.....  File No. 95-50-AP  3/12/1996........  9/2/1997, 62 FR    An administrative
                                                                        46202.             consent agreement
                                                                                           between RIDEM and
                                                                                           University of Rhode
                                                                                           Island, Alternative
                                                                                           NOX RACT (RI
                                                                                           Regulation 27.4.8)
Providence Metallizing in        File No. 87-2-AP.  4/24/1990........  9/6/1990, 55 FR    Define and impose RACT
 Pawtucket, Rhode Island.                                               36635.             to control volatile
                                                                                           organic compound
                                                                                           emissions.
                                                                                          (A) Letter from the
                                                                                           RIDEM dated April 26,
                                                                                           1990, submitting a
                                                                                           revision to the RI
                                                                                           SIP.
                                                                                          (B) An administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement (87-
                                                                                           2-AP) between the
                                                                                           RIDEM and Providence
                                                                                           Metallizing effective
                                                                                           July 24, 1987.
                                                                                          (C) An amendment to
                                                                                           the administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement (87-
                                                                                           2-AP) between the
                                                                                           RIDEM and Providence
                                                                                           Metallizing effective
                                                                                           May 4, 1989.
                                                                                          (D) An addendum to the
                                                                                           administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement (87-
                                                                                           2-AP) between the
                                                                                           RIDEM and Providence
                                                                                           Metallizing effective
                                                                                           April 24, 1990.
Tillotson-Pearson in Warren,     File No. 90-1-AP.  6/5/1990.........  8/31/1990, 55 FR   Revisions to the SIP
 Rhode Island.                                                          35623.             submitted by the
                                                                                           RIDEM on May 24,
                                                                                           1990, to define and
                                                                                           impose RACT to
                                                                                           control volatile
                                                                                           organic compound
                                                                                           emissions.
                                                                                          (A) Letter from the
                                                                                           RIDEM dated May 24,
                                                                                           1990 submitting a
                                                                                           revision to the RI
                                                                                           SIP.
                                                                                          (B) An Administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement (90-
                                                                                           1-AP) between the
                                                                                           RIDEM and Tillotson-
                                                                                           Pearson.
Rhode Island Hospital..........  File No. 95-14-AP  11/27/1995.......  9/2/1997, 62 FR    Alternative NOX RACT.
                                                                        46202.             An administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           between the RIDEM and
                                                                                           RI Hospital.
Osram Sylvania Incorporated....  File No. 96-06-AP  9/4/1996.........  9/2/1997, 62 FR    Alternative NOX RACT.
                                                                        46202.
                                                                                          (A) An Administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           between the RIDEM and
                                                                                           Osram Sylvania
                                                                                           Incorporated, file
                                                                                           no. 96-06-AP,
                                                                                           effective September
                                                                                           4, 1996.
                                 Air Pollution      (B) An air
                                  Permit Approval,   pollution Permit
                                  No. 1350.          approval, no.
                                                     1350 Osram
                                                     Sylvania
                                                     Incorporated
                                                     issued by RIDEM
                                                     effective May
                                                     14, 1996..
Algonquin Gas Transmission       File No. 95-52-AP  12/5/1995........  9/2/1997, 62 FR    Alternative NOX RACT.
 Company.                                                               46202.
                                                                                          (A) Letter from the
                                                                                           RIDEM dated September
                                                                                           17, 1996 submitting a
                                                                                           revision to the RI
                                                                                           SIP.

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                                                                                          (B) An administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           between RIDEM and
                                                                                           Algonquin Gas
                                                                                           Transmission Company,
                                                                                           effective on December
                                                                                           5, 1995.
Bradford Dyeing Association,     File No. 95-28-AP  11/17/1995.......  9/2/1997, 62 FR    Alternative NOX RACT.
 Inc.                                                                   46202.             An administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           between RIDEM and
                                                                                           Bradford Dyeing
                                                                                           Association, Inc.
Hoechst Celanese Corporation...  File No. 95-62-AP  11/20/1995.......  9/2/1997, 62 FR    Alternative NOX RACT.
                                                                        46202.             An administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           between RIDEM and
                                                                                           Hoechst Celanese
                                                                                           Corporation.
Naval Education and Training     File No. 96-07-AP  3/4/1996.........  9/2/1997, 62 FR    Alternative NOX RACT.
 Center in Newport.                                                     46202.             An administrative
                                                                                           consent agreement
                                                                                           between RIDEM and
                                                                                           Naval Education and
                                                                                           Training Center in
                                                                                           Newport.
Rhode Island Economic            File No. 96-04-AP  9/2/1997.........  6/2/1999, 64 FR    Alternative NOX RACT.
 Development.                                                           29567.             A consent agreement
                                                                                           between RIDEM and
                                                                                           Rhode Island Economic
                                                                                           Development
                                                                                           Corporation's Central
                                                                                           Heating Plant in
                                                                                           North Kingstown.
Cranston Print Works...........  A.H. File No. 95-  12/19/1995.......  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Non-CTG VOC RACT
                                  30-AP.                                67495.             Determination.
CCL Custom Manufacturing.......  A.H. File No. 97-  4/10/1997; and 10/ 12/2/1999, 64 FR   Non-CTG VOC RACT
                                  02-AP.             27/1999.           67495.             Determination.
Victory Finishing Technologies.  A.H. File No. 96-  5/24/1996........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Non-CTG VOC RACT
                                  05-AP.                                67495.             Determination.
Quality Spray and Stenciling...  A.H. File No. 97-  10/21/1997; and 7/ 12/2/1999, 64 FR   Non-CTG VOC RACT
                                  04-AP.             13/1999.           67495.             Determination.
Guild Music....................  A.H. File No. 95-  11/9/1995........  12/2/1999, 64 FR   Non-CTG VOC RACT
                                  65-AP.                                67495.             Determination.
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    (e) Nonregulatory.

                                           Rhode Island Non Regulatory
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     Applicable
   Name of non regulatory SIP      geographic or     State submittal
           provision               nonattainment      date/effective   EPA approved date       Explanations
                                        area               date
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Notice of public hearing.......  Statewide........  Submitted 2/9/     6/15/1972, 37 FR   Proposed
                                                     1972.              11914.             Implementation Plan
                                                                                           Regulations, RI
                                                                                           Department of Health.
Miscellaneous non-regulatory     Statewide........  Submitted 2/29/    7/27/1972, 37 FR   Approval and
 additions to the plan                               1972.              15080.             promulgation of
 correcting minor deficiencies.                                                            Implementation Plan
                                                                                           Miscellaneous
                                                                                           Amendments, RI
                                                                                           Department of Health.
Compliance schedules...........  Statewide........  Submitted 4/24/    6/20/1973, 38 FR   Submitted by RI
                                                     1973.              16144.             Department of Health.
AQMA identifications for the     Statewide........  Submitted 4/11/    4/29/1975, 40 FR   Submitted by RI
 State of Rhode Island.                              1974.              18726.             Department of Health.
Letter identifying Metropolitan  Metropolitan       Submitted 9/6/     4/29/1975, 40 FR   Submitted by the
 Providence as an AQMA.           Providence.        1974.              18726.             Governor.
A comprehensive air quality      Statewide........  Submitted 1/8/     1/15/1981, 46 FR   Submitted by the RI
 monitoring plan, intended to                        1980.              3516.              Department of
 meet requirements of 40 CFR                                                               Environmental
 part 58.                                                                                  Management Director.

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Attainment plans to meet the     Statewide........  Submitted 5/14/    5/7/1981, 46 FR    Attainment plans to
 requirements of Part D of the                       1979; 6/11/1979;   25446.             meet the requirements
 Clean Air Act, as amended in                        8/13/1979; 1/8/                       of Part D of the
 1977, Included are plans to                         1980; 1/24/1980;                      Clean Air Act, as
 attain the carbon monoxide and                      3/10/1980; 3/31/                      amended in 1977.
 ozone standards and                                 1980; 4/21/1980;
 information allowing for the                        6/6/1980; 6/13/
 re-designation of Providence                        1980; 8/20/1980;
 to non-attainment for the                           11/14/1980; 3/4/
 primary TSP standard based on                       1981; 3/5/1981;
 new data.                                           and 4/16/81.
A program for the review of
 construction and operation of
 new and modified major
 stationary sources of
 pollution in non-attainment
 areas.
Certain miscellaneous
 provisions unrelated to Part D
 are also included.
Section VI, Part II,             Statewide........  Submitted 5/14/    6/28/1983, 48 FR   As submitted by RIDEM
 ``Stationary Source Permitting                      1982; and 7/1/     29690.             on May 14, 1982 and
 and Enforcement'' of the                            1982.                                 July 1, 1982 for
 narrative.                                                                                review of new major
                                                                                           sources and major
                                                                                           modifications in
                                                                                           nonattainment areas.
                                                                                           Also included are
                                                                                           revisions to add
                                                                                           rules for banking
                                                                                           emission reductions.
Revisions to the Rhode Island    Statewide........  Submitted 5/14/    7/6/1983, 48 FR    Submitted by the
 State Implementation Plan for                       1982; 7/1/1982;    31026.             Department of
 attainment of the primary                           7/7/1982; 10/4/                       Environmental
 National Ambient Air Quality                        1982; and 3/2/                        Management.
 Standard for ozone.                                 1983.
1982 Ozone Attainment Plan.....
Revisions to attain and          Statewide........  Submitted 7/7/     9/15/1983, 48 FR   Submitted by the
 maintain the lead NAAQS.                            1983.              41405.             Department of
                                                                                           Environmental
                                                                                           Management.
Section VI, Part II of the       Statewide........  Submitted 2/6/     7/6/1984, 49 FR    To incorporate the
 associated narrative of the RI                      1984; 1/27/1984;   27749.             requirements for the
 SIP.                                                and 6/6/1984.                         Prevention of
                                                                                           Significant
                                                                                           Deterioration of 40
                                                                                           CFR 51.24, permitting
                                                                                           major stationary
                                                                                           sources of lead and
                                                                                           other miscellaneous
                                                                                           changes.
Letter from RIDEM submitting an  Statewide........  Submitted 1/14/    10/30/1996, 61 FR  A revision to the RI
 amendment to the RI State                           1994; and 6/14/    55897.             SIP regarding ozone
 Implementation Plan.                                1994.                                 monitoring. RI will
                                                                                           modify its SLAMS and
                                                                                           its NAMS monitoring
                                                                                           systems to include a
                                                                                           PAMS network design
                                                                                           and establish
                                                                                           monitoring sites. The
                                                                                           State's SIP revision
                                                                                           satisfies 40 CFR
                                                                                           58.20(f) PAMS
                                                                                           requirements.
Section VII of the RI SIP
 Ambient Air Quality Monitoring.

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Letter from RIDEM submitting     Statewide........  Submitted 3/15/    10/30/1996, 61 FR  Revision to the RI SIP
 revisions.                                          1994.              55897.             regarding the States'
                                                                                           Contingency Plan.
Letter from RIDEM submitting     Statewide........  Submitted 3/15/    4/17/1997, 62 FR   The revisions consist
 revision--Rhode Island's 15                         1994.              18712.             of the State's 15
 Percent Plan and Contingency                                                              Percent Plan and
 Plan.                                                                                     Contingency Plan. EPA
                                                                                           approved only the
                                                                                           following portions of
                                                                                           these submittals:
                                                                                          15 Percent Plan--the
                                                                                           EPA approved the
                                                                                           calculation of the
                                                                                           required emission
                                                                                           reductions, and the
                                                                                           emission reduction
                                                                                           credit claimed from
                                                                                           surface coating,
                                                                                           printing operations,
                                                                                           marine vessel
                                                                                           loading, plant
                                                                                           closures (0.79 tons
                                                                                           per day approved out
                                                                                           of 0.84 claimed),
                                                                                           cutback asphalt, auto
                                                                                           refinishing, stage
                                                                                           II, reformulated gas
                                                                                           in on-road and off-
                                                                                           road engines, and
                                                                                           tier I motor vehicle
                                                                                           controls.
                                                                                          Contingency Plan--the
                                                                                           EPA approved the
                                                                                           calculation of the
                                                                                           required emission
                                                                                           reduction, and a
                                                                                           portion of the
                                                                                           emission reduction
                                                                                           credits claimed from
                                                                                           Consumer and
                                                                                           Commercial products
                                                                                           (1.1 tons per day
                                                                                           approved out of 1.9
                                                                                           tons claimed), and
                                                                                           architectural and
                                                                                           industrial
                                                                                           maintenance (AIM)
                                                                                           coatings (1.9 tons
                                                                                           per day approved out
                                                                                           of 2.4 tons claimed).
                                                                                          EPA concurrently
                                                                                           disapproved portions
                                                                                           of these SIP
                                                                                           submissions, as
                                                                                           discussed within
                                                                                           Section
                                                                                           52.2084(a)(2).
Letter from RIDEM submitting     Providence (all    10/5/1994........  3/9/2000, 65 FR
 revision for Clean Fuel Fleet    of Rhode Island)                      12474.
 Substitution Plan.               nonattainment
                                  area.
Letter outlining commitment to   Statewide........  2/22/1999........  3/9/2000, 65 FR    Includes details of
 National LEV.                                                          12476.             the State's
                                                                                           commitment to
                                                                                           National LEV.
Negative Declaration for         Statewide........  Submitted 4/5/     12/2/1999, 64 FR
 Synthetic Organic Chemical                          1995.              67495.
 Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI)
 Distillation and Reactor
 Processes Control Techniques
 Guidelines Categories.
October 1, 1999, letter from     Statewide........  Submitted 10/1/    12/27/2000, 65 FR  Submitted Air
 Rhode Island Department of                          1999.              81743.             Pollution Control
 Environmental Management.                                                                 Regulation No. 14,
                                                                                           ``NOX Budget Trading
                                                                                           Program,'' and the
                                                                                           ``NOX State
                                                                                           Implementation Plan
                                                                                           (SIP) Call
                                                                                           Narrative.''
``NOX State Implementation Plan  Statewide........  Submitted 10/1/    12/27/2000, 65 FR
 (SIP) Call Narrative,''                             1999.              81743.
 September 22, 1999.
November 9, 1999, letter from    Statewide........  Submitted 11/9/    12/27/2000, 65 FR  Stating RI's intent to
 Rhode Island Department of                          1999.              81743.             comply with
 Environmental Management.                                                                 applicable reporting
                                                                                           requirements.

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Negative Declaration for         Statewide........  Submitted 3/28/    7/10/2000, 65 FR
 Aerospace Coating Operations                        2000.              42290.
 Control Techniques Guideline
 Category.
September 20, 2001 letter from   Statewide........  Submitted 9/20/    6/20/2003, 68 FR   Submitting the ``NOX
 Rhode Island Department of                          2001.              36921.             State Implementation
 Environment Management.                                                                   Plan (SIP) Call
                                                                                           Narrative,'' revised
                                                                                           September 2001.
NOX State Implementation Plan    Statewide........  Submitted 9/20/    6/20/2003, 68 FR
 (SIP) Call Narrative, revised                       2001.              36921.
 September 2001.
Submittal to meet Clean Air Act  State of Rhode     December 14, 2007  July 8, 2011.....  This action addresses
 Section 110(a)(2)                Island.                              76 FR 40248......   the following Clean
 Infrastructure Requirements                                                               Air Act requirements:
 for the 1997 8-Hour Ozone                                                                 110(a)(2)(A), (B),
 National Ambient Air Quality                                                              (C), (D)(ii), (E),
 Standard.                                                                                 (F), (G), (H), (J),
                                                                                           (K), (L), and (M).
RACT Demonstration included in   Statewide........  Submitted 04/30/   3/13/2012, 77 FR
 Chapter 6 of the Rhode Island                       2008.              14691.
 Attainment Plan for the 8-Hour
 Ozone National Ambient Air
 Quality Standard.
Negative declarations included   Statewide........  Submitted 04/30/   3/13/2012, 77 FR   Includes negative
 in the Rhode Island Attainment                      2008.              14691.             declarations for the
 Plan for the 8-Hour Ozone                                                                 following Control
 National Ambient Air Quality                                                              Techniques Guideline
 Standard.                                                                                 Categories: Refinery
                                                                                           Vacuum Producing
                                                                                           Systems, Wastewater
                                                                                           Separators, and
                                                                                           Process Unit
                                                                                           Turnarounds (1977);
                                                                                           Leaks from Petroleum
                                                                                           Refinery Equipment
                                                                                           (1978); Manufacture
                                                                                           of Pneumatic Rubber
                                                                                           Tires (1978); Large
                                                                                           Petroleum Dry
                                                                                           Cleaners (1982);
                                                                                           Manufacture of High-
                                                                                           Density Polyethylene,
                                                                                           Polypropylene and
                                                                                           Polystyrene Resins
                                                                                           (1983); Synthetic
                                                                                           Organic Chemical Mfg
                                                                                           Equipment Fugitive
                                                                                           Emissions (1984);
                                                                                           Synthetic Organic
                                                                                           Chemical Mfg Air
                                                                                           Oxidation Processes
                                                                                           (1984).
Rhode Island Regional Haze SIP.  Statewide........  Submitted 8/7/     5/22/2012, 77 FR
                                                     2009.              30212..
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


[64 FR 43085, Aug. 9, 1999, as amended at 64 FR 67500, Dec. 2, 1999; 65 
FR 12476, 12480, Mar. 9, 2000; 65 FR 42292, July 10, 2000; 65 FR 81748, 
Dec. 27, 2000; 66 FR 9663, Feb. 9, 2001; 68 FR 34814, June 11, 2003; 68 
FR 36925, June 20, 2003; 71 FR 40016, July 14, 2006; 73 FR 16205, Mar. 
27, 2008; 73 FR 70874, Nov. 24, 2008; 76 FR 40257, July 8, 2011; 76 FR 
49672, Aug. 11, 2011; 77 FR 14695, Mar. 13, 2012; 77 FR 30215, May 22, 
2012]



Sec. 52.2071  Classification of regions.

    The Rhode Island 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
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Metropolitan Providence Interstate........................           I          I       III         I          I
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


[37 FR 10891, May 31, 1972, as amended at 38 FR 34325, Dec. 13, 1973; 39 
FR 16347, May 8, 1974; 46 FR 25460, May 7, 1981]



Sec. 52.2072  Approval status.

    (a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves Rhode Island's plan, as identified in Sec. 52.2070 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 plan 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 for the ozone 
portion of the SIP depends on the adoption and submittal of RACT 
requirements by January 1, 1981 for the sources covered by CTGs issued 
between January 1978 and January 1979 and adoption and submittal by each 
subsequent January as additional RACT requirements for sources covered 
by CTGs issued by the previous January.
    (b)(1) Insofar as the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) 
provisions found in this subpart apply to stationary sources of 
greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions, the Administrator approves that 
application only to the extent that GHGs are ``subject to regulation'', 
as provided in this paragraph (b), and the Administrator takes no action 
on that application to the extent that GHGs are not ``subject to 
regulation.''
    (2) Beginning January 2, 2011, the pollutant GHGs is subject to 
regulation if:
    (i) The stationary source is a new major stationary source for a 
regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will emit or will 
have the potential to emit 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; or
    (ii) The stationary source is an existing major stationary source 
for a regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will have an 
emissions increase of a regulated NSR pollutant, and an emissions 
increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; and,
    (3) Beginning July 1, 2011, in addition to the provisions in 
paragraph (b)(2) of this section, the pollutant GHGs shall also be 
subject to regulation:
    (i) At a new stationary source that will emit or have the potential 
to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e; or
    (ii) At an existing stationary source that emits or has the 
potential to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e, when such stationary 
source undertakes a physical change or change in the method of operation 
that will result in an emissions increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e 
or more.
    (4) For purposes of this paragraph (b)--
    (i) the term greenhouse gas shall mean the air pollutant defined in 
40 CFR 86.1818-12(a) as the aggregate group of six greenhouse gases: 
Carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, methane, hydrofluorocarbons, 
perfluorocarbons, and sulfur hexafluoride.
    (ii) The term tpy CO2 equivalent emissions 
(CO2e) shall represent an amount of GHGs emitted, and shall 
be computed as follows:
    (A) Multiplying the mass amount of emissions (tpy), for each of the 
six greenhouse gases in the pollutant GHGs, by the gas's associated 
global warming potential published at Table A-1 to subpart A of 40 CFR 
part 98--Global Warming Potentials.
    (B) Sum the resultant value from paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) of this 
section for each gas to compute a tpy CO2e.
    (iii) the term emissions increase shall mean that both a significant 
emissions increase (as calculated using the procedures in 9.1.1 of Rhode 
Island's Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 9) and a significant net 
emissions increase (as defined in 9.1.24 and 9.1.34 of Rhode Island's 
Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 9) occur. For

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the pollutant GHGs, an emissions increase shall be based on tpy 
CO2e, and shall be calculated assuming the pollutant GHGs is 
a regulated NSR pollutant, and ``significant'' is defined as 75,000 tpy 
CO2e instead of applying the value for ``any other 
pollutant'' in 9.1.34 of Rhode Island's Air Pollution Control Regulation 
No. 9.

[75 FR 82560, Dec. 30, 2010]



Sec. 52.2073  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) Information obtained from owner or operators of stationary 
sources pursuant to Sec. 52.2075 will be correlated with applicable 
emission limitations and other control regulations and will be made 
available for public inspection at the Rhode Island Department of 
Health, 204 Health Building, Providence, RI.

[37 FR 10891, May 31, 1972, as amended at 41 FR 2232, Jan. 15, 1976; 51 
FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.2074  Legal authority.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.230(e) of this chapter are not met. 
Authority to require recordkeeping is deficient to the extent that 
section 23-25-13 requires only those sources with an air pollution 
control program to keep records.
    (b) The requirements of Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter are not met. 
Authority to release emission data to the public is deficient in that 
section 23-25-6 requires that only records concerning investigations be 
available to the public. Further, section 23-25-5(g) and section 23-25-
13 may limit the State's authority to release emission data. Authority 
to require sources to install and maintain monitoring equipment is not 
provided and is therefore inadequate. Authority to require sources to 
periodically report is not provided and is therefore inadequate.

[37 FR 10891, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 7283, Feb. 25, 1974; 39 
FR 12350, Apr. 5, 1974; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.2075  Source surveillance.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.211 of this chapter are not met 
since the plan lacks adequate legal authority to require owners or 
operators of stationary sources to maintain records of, and periodically 
report information as may be necessary to enable the state to determine 
whether such sources are in compliance with applicable portions of the 
control strategy.
    (b) Regulation for source recordkeeping and reporting.
    (1) The owner or operator of all stationary sources which have the 
potential to emit a total of 100 tons or more per year of any one air 
contaminant for which there is a national standard shall maintain 
records of, and submit to the Director, data on operational processes, 
fuel usage, emission, stack parameters, boiler capacities, types of 
equipment generating air contaminants and air contaminant control 
devices that may be necessary to determine if the source is in 
compliance with applicable rules and regulations of the Department. Upon 
notification of the Administrator, or the Director of the Rhode Island 
Department of Health, sources with the potential to emit less than 100 
tons per year of any air contaminant shall also be subject to the 
requirements of this paragraph. For the purposes of this paragraph, 
potential emissions shall be calculated at the design load assuming no 
control equipment is in use and fuel having a sulfur content of 2.2 
percent by weight (dry basis) is being burned.
    (2) The information recorded by the owner or operator of a 
stationary source shall be summarized and reported to the Director of 
the Department of Health on forms furnished by him. They shall be 
submitted within 30 days following 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 the 
summarizing reports submitted to the Director shall be retained by the 
owner or operator for two years after the date on which the pertinent 
report is submitted.

[41 FR 2232, Jan. 15, 1976, as amended at 51 FR 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]

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Sec. 52.2076  Attainment of dates for national standards.

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

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                         Pollutant
                                         -----------------------------------------------------------------------
       Air quality control region                   SO
                                         ------------------------    PM10         NO2         CO          O3
                                            Primary    Secondary
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Rhode Island portion of AQCR 120 (Entire        (a)         (b)         (a)         (a)         (a)        (c)
 State of Rhode Island).................
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\a\ Air quality levels presently better than primary standards or area is unclassifiable.
\b\ Air quality levels presently better than secondary standards or area is unclassifiable.
\c\ November 15, 2007.


[50 FR 52461, Dec. 24, 1985, as amended at 68 FR 16724, Apr. 7, 2003]



Sec. 52.2078  Enforcement.

    (a) Sections 23-25-5(h) and 23-25-8(a) of the General Laws of Rhode 
Island are disapproved insofar as they permit the Rhode Island Director 
of the Department of Health to issue abatement orders (1) that defer 
compliance with plan requirements beyond the dates required for 
attainment of the national standards, (2) without the approval of the 
Administrator, and (3) for reasons not permitted by the Clean Air Act.
    (b) Regulation limiting administrative abatement orders. (1) No 
order deferring compliance with a requirement of the Rhode Island 
Implementation Plan shall be issued by the Director of the Department of 
Health which does not meet the following requirements:
    (i) An order must require compliance with the plan requirement 
within the times and under the conditions specified in Sec. 51.261 (a) 
and (b) of this chapter.
    (ii) An order may not defer compliance beyond the last date 
permitted by section 110 of the Act for attainment of the national 
standard which the plan implements unless the procedures and conditions 
set forth in section 110(f) of the Act are met.
    (iii) An order shall not be effective until it has been submitted to 
and approved by the Administrator in accordance with Sec. Sec. 51.104, 
51.105, 51.261 and 51.262(a).
    (2) Notwithstanding the limitations of paragraph (b)(1)(ii) of this 
section, an order may be granted which provides for compliance beyond 
the statutory attainment date for a national standards where compliance 
is not possible because of breakdowns or malfunctions of equipment, acts 
of God, or other unavoidable occurrences. However, such order may not 
defer compliance for more than three (3) months unless the procedures 
and conditions set forth in section 110(f) of the Act are met.

[38 FR 18879, 18880, July 16, 1973, as amended at 38 FR 30878, Nov. 8, 
1973; 51 FR 40675, 40676, 40677, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.2079  Requirements for state implementation plan revisions 
relating to new motor vehicles.

    Rhode Island must comply with the requirements of Sec. 51.120.

[60 FR 4738, Jan. 24, 1995]



Sec. 52.2080  Revisions.

    (a) The revision procedures of the Rhode Island plan are not 
adequate since the plan does not expressly provide for revisions at the 
times and under the conditions set forth in Sec. 51.104 of this 
chapter.
    (b) Regulation for plan revisions. (1) The Rhode Island 
implementation plan shall be revised:
    (i) When necessary to take account of a revision of the national 
primary or secondary ambient air quality standard which it implements;
    (ii) When improved or more expeditious methods of attaining a 
national standard which it implements become available;

[[Page 153]]

    (iii) When the Administrator finds that the plan is substantially 
inadequate to attain or maintain the national standard which it 
implements and issues notice of such finding pursuant to Sec. 51.104 of 
this chapter.
    (2) The Rhode Island implementation plan may be revised from time to 
time to the extent such revisions are consistent with the requirements 
applicable to implementation plans set forth in this chapter and the 
Act.
    (3) No revisions shall be effective until the hearing requirements 
of Sec. 51.102 of this chapter have been satisfied.

[38 FR 18879, 18880, July 16, 1973, as amended at 38 FR 30878, Nov. 8, 
1973; 51 FR 40675, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.2081  EPA-approved EPA Rhode Island State regulations.

    The following table identifies the State regulations which have been 
approved by EPA and incorporated by reference into the Rhode Island 
State Implementation Plan. This table is for informational purposes only 
and does not have any independent regulatory requirements for a specific 
situation consult the plan identified in Sec. 52.2070. To the extent 
that this table conflicts with Sec. 52.2070, Sec. 52.2070 governs.

                                Table 52.2081--EPA-Approved Rules and Regulations
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      Date         Date                                            Comments/
    State        Title/subject     adopted by  approved by      FR citation        52.2070        Unapproved
  citation                           State         EPA                                             sections
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              Air pollution
               control
               regulation.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 1.......  Visible emissions.      8/02/67      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/28/72      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 2.......  Handfiring of soft      8/02/67      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
               coal.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/28/72      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 3.......  Particulate             8/02/67      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
               emissions from
               industrial
               processes.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/28/72      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 4.......  Open fires........      8/02/67      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     10/01/71      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 5.......  Fugitive dust.....      8/02/67      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 6.......  Opacity monitors..      8/02/67      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)....
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     11/22/89      9/30/91  56 FR 49416........  (c)(37)....  Amended Regulation
                                                                                               No. 6.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 7.......  Emission of air         8/02/67      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
               contaminants
               detrimental to
               persons or
               property.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      7/19/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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No. 8.......  Sulfur content of      10/01/71      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
               fuels.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      5/28/74     11/03/75  40 FR 51044........  (c)(8)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  ...........      1/21/81  46 FR 5980.........  (c)(13)....  Narragansett
                                                                                               Electric Bubble.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  ...........     12/30/81  46 FR 63043........  (c)(14)....  Temporary
                                                                                               Relaxation for
                                                                                               Bradford Dye.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  ...........     11/10/82  47 FR 50866........  (c)(16)....  Temporary
                                                                                               Relaxation for
                                                                                               Kenyon Piece Dye
                                                                                               Works.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     10/05/82      3/29/83  48 FR 13027........  (c)(17)....  Conversion/
                                                                                               Conservation
                                                                                               Incentive/Bubble.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      5/15/84  49 FR 20493  (c)(21)............  URI Bubble.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      8/29/83      7/27/84  49 FR 30177........  (c)(23)....  Narragansett
                                                                                               Electric (South
                                                                                               Street).
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      5/02/85       1/8/86  51 FR 756..........  (c)(24)....  Requires sampling
                                                                                               valve.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     12/16/85       8/1/86  51 FR 27538........  (c)(25)....  Temporary
                                                                                               relaxation for
                                                                                               Seville Dyeing
                                                                                               Corporation in
                                                                                               Woon-socket.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      3/17/87      9/19/89  54 FR 38518........  (c)(34)....  URI bubble
                                                                                               renewal.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 9.......  Approval to            10/03/71      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
               construct, modify
               or operate.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      4/12/81      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)....  No action on
                                                                                               9.2.3(b) and
                                                                                               9.12.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      4/05/82      6/28/83  48 FR 29690........  (c)(18)....  NSR fully
                                                                                               approved, 9.12
                                                                                               Emission Banking
                                                                                               approved.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/13/84       7/6/84  49 FR 27749........  (c)(22)....  PSD fully
                                                                                               approved,
                                                                                               9.2.3(b)
                                                                                               approved.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      5/02/85       1/8/86  51 FR 756..........  (c)(24)....  Additional BACT
                                                                                               requirements.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      5/20/91      10/7/91  56 FR 50516........  (c)(38)....  Addition of PSD
                                                                                               NO2 increments.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
              Air Pollution            3/4/93       2/6/96  61 FR 4356.........  (c)(41)....  Addition of NSR
               Control Permits.                                                                and other CAAA
                                                                                               requirements
                                                                                               under Amended
                                                                                               Regulation No. 9
                                                                                               except for
                                                                                               Chapters 9.13,
                                                                                               9.14, 9.15, and
                                                                                               Appendix A.
              Air Pollution           7/30/96       6/2/99  64 FR 29566........  (c)(54)....  5
               Control Permits.

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              Air Pollution           7/30/96       6/2/99  64 FR 29563........  (c)(54)....  Changes in 9.1.7,
               Control Permits.                                                                9.1.18, and
                                                                                               9.5.1(c) to add
                                                                                               Dual Source
                                                                                               Definition.
                                                                                               Changes in
                                                                                               9.1.24(b)(3),
                                                                                               9.5.2(b)(2)d(i),
                                                                                               9.5.1(d) and
                                                                                               9.5.1(f) to
                                                                                               change
                                                                                               Particulate
                                                                                               Increment.
                                                                                               Changes in 9.1.6
                                                                                               to revise BACT
                                                                                               definition.
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No. 10......  Air pollution           2/28/72      5/31/72  37 FR 10842........  (b)
               episodes.
                                     10/11/75     11/03/75  40 FR 51043........  (c)(6)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
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No. 11......  Petroleum liquids       2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
               marketing and
               storage.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      7/05/79      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      4/22/81      4/26/82  47 FR 17817........  (c)(15)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      1/20/87       9/1/87  52 FR 32920........  (c)(30)....  Amended Regulation
                                                                                               No. 11,
                                                                                               Subsection
                                                                                               11.4.5.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                    11/07/88,       6/2/89  54 FR 23661........  (c)(33)....  Approves a
                                     04/24/89                                                  limitation on
                                                                                               volatility of
                                                                                               gasoline from
                                                                                               June 30 to Sept.
                                                                                               15, 1989, and May
                                                                                               1 to Sept. 15 in
                                                                                               subsequent years
                                                                                               at Subsections
                                                                                               11.7.1 and
                                                                                               11.7.2.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     12/10/89      9/30/91  56 FR 49416........  (c)(37)....  Amended Regulation
                                                                                               No. 11.
                                      1/11/93     12/17/93  58 FR 65933........  (c)(39)....  Regulation revised
                                                                                               to add new Stage
                                                                                               II vapor recovery
                                                                                               requirements.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 12......  Incinerators......      2/28/72      6/22/73  38 FR 16351........  (c)(3)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      4/22/81      4/26/82  47 FR 17817........  (c)(15)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 13......  Particulate             1/17/73     10/23/73  38 FR 29296........  (c)(14)
               emissions from
               fossil fuel fired
               steam or hot
               water generating
               units.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      7/05/79      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                  ...........     11/10/82  47 FR 50866........  (c)(16)....  Temporary
                                                                                               Relaxation for
                                                                                               Kenyon Piece Dye
                                                                                               Works.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     10/05/82      3/29/83  48 FR 13027........  (c)(17)....  Conversion/
                                                                                               Conservation
                                                                                               Incentive.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 14......  Record keeping and      5/14/73      1/15/76  41 FR 2231.........  (c)(10)
               reporting.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      7/05/79      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      1/11/93      1/10/95  60 FR 2526.........  (c)(42)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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No. 15......  Control of organic      8/21/75      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
               solvent emissions.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      3/14/83      7/06/83  48 FR 31026........  (c)(19)....  Includes 100 TPY
                                                                                               RACT Reg/Generic
                                                                                               Bubble Rule.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       6/6/85     12/11/86  51 FR 44605........  (c)(27)....  RACT for Stanley
                                                                                               Bostitch under
                                                                                               15.5.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     11/24/87      3/10/89  54 FR 10147........  (c)(32)....  Consent Agreement
                                                                                               imposing RACT on
                                                                                               Tech Industries
                                                                                               under 15.5
                                                                                               (Provisions 7 and
                                                                                               8 not approved).
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                       6/5/90      8/31/90  55 FR 35625........  (c)(36)....  RACT determination
                                                                                               for Tillotson-
                                                                                               Pearson under
                                                                                               15.5.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      4/24/90       9/6/90  55 FR 36638........  (c)(35)....  RACT determination/
                                                                                               Bubble for
                                                                                               Providence
                                                                                               Metallizing under
                                                                                               15.5.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     12/10/89      9/30/91  56 FR 49416........  (c)(37)....  Amended Regulation
                                                                                               No. 15, except
                                                                                               subsections
                                                                                               15.1.16 and
                                                                                               15.2.2.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 16......  Operation of air        2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
               pollution control
               system.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 17......  Odors.............      2/22/77      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)....
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 18......  Control of               7/5/79      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)
               emissions from
               solvent metal
               cleaning.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      4/22/81      4/26/82  47 FR 17817........  (c)(15)
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     12/10/89      9/30/91  56 FR 49416........  (c)(37)....  Amended Regulation
                                                                                               No. 18, except
                                                                                               subsections
                                                                                               18.1.8, 18.2.1,
                                                                                               18.3.2(d),
                                                                                               18.3.3(f), and
                                                                                               18.5.2.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 19......  Control of VOCs        11/13/79      5/07/81  46 FR 25446........  (c)(12)....  Conditional
               from surface                                                                    approval.
               coating
               operations.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      4/05/82      7/06/83  48 FR 31026........  (c)(19)....  Removes Conditions/
                                                                                               Generic Bubble
                                                                                               Rule.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      9/12/85      8/31/87  52 FR 32794........  (c)(28)....  Compliance date
                                                                                               extension for
                                                                                               Keene Corporation
                                                                                               under 19.3.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      1/20/87       9/1/87  52 FR 32920........  (c)(30)....  Amended Regulation
                                                                                               No. 19,
                                                                                               Subsection
                                                                                               19.7.1.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      5/29/85      9/28/87  52 FR 36250........  (c)(26)....  Compliance date
                                                                                               extension for
                                                                                               James River Corp.
                                                                                               in Johnston.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     12/31/86      2/10/88  53 FR 3890.........  (c)(29)....  Alternative RACT
                                                                                               for Kenyon
                                                                                               Industries under
                                                                                               19.3.3.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     12/10/89      9/30/91  56 FR 49416........  (c)(37)....  Amended Regulation
                                                                                               No. 19, except
                                                                                               subsections
                                                                                               19.1.11, 19.2.2,
                                                                                               and 19.3.2(a).
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------

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                                     10/30/92     10/18/94  59 FR 52429........  (c)(40)....  All of No. 19 is
                                                                                               approved with the
                                                                                               exception of
                                                                                               19.2.2, and the
                                                                                               last sentence of
                                                                                               19.1.1, which
                                                                                               Rhode Island did
                                                                                               not submit as
                                                                                               part of the SIP
                                                                                               revision. No. 19
                                                                                               was amended to
                                                                                               change
                                                                                               applicability and
                                                                                               to add emission
                                                                                               limitations for
                                                                                               metal coil
                                                                                               coating, metal
                                                                                               furniture
                                                                                               coating, magnet
                                                                                               wire coating,
                                                                                               large appliance
                                                                                               coating,
                                                                                               miscellaneous
                                                                                               metal parts
                                                                                               coating, wood
                                                                                               products coating,
                                                                                               and flat wood
                                                                                               paneling coating.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 21......  Control of VOCs         4/05/82      7/06/83  48 FR 31026........  (c)(19)....  Generic Bubble
               from printing                                                                   Rule.
               operations.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                      1/20/87       9/1/87  52 FR 32920........  (c)(30)....  Amended Regulation
                                                                                               No. 21,
                                                                                               subsection
                                                                                               21.6.1.
                                 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                     12/10/89      9/30/91  56 FR 49416........  (c)(37)....  Amended Regulation
                                                                                               No. 21, except
                                                                                               subsections
                                                                                               21.1.15 and
                                                                                               21.2.2, and
                                                                                               portion of
                                                                                               21.5.2(h) which
                                                                                               states
                                                                                               ``equivalent to''
                                                                                               in the
                                                                                               parenthetical.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 25......  Control of             10/30/92     10/18/94  59 FR 52429........  (c)(40)....  All of No. 25 is
               Volatile Organic                                                                approved, with
               Compound                                                                        the exception of
               Emissions from                                                                  25.2.2, which was
               Cutback and                                                                     not submitted by
               Emulsified                                                                      Rhode Island as
               Asphalt.                                                                        part of the SIP
                                                                                               revision.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 26......  Control of Organic     10/30/92     10/18/94  59 FR 52429........  (c)(40)....  All of No. 26 is
               Solvent Emissions                                                               approved, with
               from Manufacture                                                                the exception of
               of Synthesized                                                                  26.2.3, which was
               Pharmaceutical                                                                  not submitted by
               Products.                                                                       Rhode Island as
                                                                                               part of the SIP
                                                                                               revision.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 27......  Control of               9/2/97       6/2/99  64 FR 29570........  (c)(55)....  Establishes
               Nitrogen Oxides                                                                 alternative NOx
               Emissions.                                                                      RACT for Rhode
                                                                                               Island Economic
                                                                                               Development
                                                                                               Corporation in
                                                                                               North Kingstown,
                                                                                               RI.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 29.3....  EMISSIONS.........      4/28/95      3/22/96  61 FR 11735........  (c)(45)....  This rule limits a
                                                                                               source's
                                                                                               potential to
                                                                                               emit, therefore
                                                                                               avoiding RACT,
                                                                                               title V operating
                                                                                               permits.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 30......  Control of VOC          6/27/95       2/2/96  61 FR 3827.........  (c)(44)....  Control of VOC
               from Automobile                                                                 From Automobile
               Refinishing                                                                     Refinishing
               Operations.                                                                     Operations.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 31......  Consumer and            3/11/94     10/30/96  61 FR 55903........  (c)(47)....  VOC control reg.
               Commercial                                                                      submitted as part
               Products.                                                                       of State's
                                                                                               Contingency Plan.
                                                                                               Section 31.2.2
                                                                                               not approved.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

[[Page 158]]

 
No. 32......  Marine Vessels....      3/11/94       4/4/96  60 FR 14978........  (c)(43)....  All of No. 32 is
                                                                                               approved with the
                                                                                               exception of
                                                                                               Section 32.2.2
                                                                                               which Rhode
                                                                                               Island did not
                                                                                               submit as part of
                                                                                               the SIP revision.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 33......  Architectural and       3/11/94     10/30/96  61 FR 55903........  (c)(47)....  VOC control reg.
               Industrial                                                                      submitted as part
               Maintenance                                                                     of State's
               Coatings.                                                                       Contingency Plan
                                                                                               Section 33.2.2
                                                                                               not approved.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
No. 38......  Nitrogen Oxides         5/21/98       6/2/99  64 FR 29570........  (c)(55)....  Adds ozone season
               Allowance Program.                                                              NOx emission
                                                                                               limitations at
                                                                                               certain
                                                                                               stationary
                                                                                               sources.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


[50 FR 770, Jan. 7, 1985]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec. 
52.2081, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.



Sec. 52.2082  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.2083  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The Rhode Island plan, as submitted, is approved as meeting the 
requirements of Subpart 1, Part C, Title I, of the Clean Air Act.

[49 FR 27750, July 6, 1984]



Sec. 52.2084  Rules and regulations.

    (a) Part D--Disapproval.
    (1) On November 5, 1985, the Rhode Island Department of 
Environmental Management submitted a revision to the Rhode Island State 
Implementation Plan (SIP) for Arkwright Incorporated. This revision is 
an alternative reasonably available control technology determination for 
the control of volatile organic compounds (VOC) from three paper coating 
lines at Arkwright Incorporated's Fiskeville, Rhode Island facility. As 
a result of EPA's disapproval of this revision, the existing VOC rules 
applicable to Arkwright Incorporated and contained in the Rhode Island 
SIP remain in effect (Rhode Island Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 
19 as approved by EPA in 40 CFR 52.2080(c)(19)).
    (2) [Reserved]
    (b) Non-Part D--No Action-- EPA is neither approving nor 
disapproving the following elements of the revisions:
    (i) [Reserved]
    (ii) Consultation.
    (iii) Permit fees.
    (iv) Stack height requirements.
    (v) Public notification.

[46 FR 25460, May 7, 1981, as amended at 48 FR 31027, July 6, 1983; 50 
FR 52461, Dec. 24, 1985; 52 FR 38764, Oct. 19, 1987; 62 FR 18716, Apr. 
17, 1997; 63 FR 67600, Dec. 8, 1998; 64 FR 926, Jan. 6, 1999]



Sec. 52.2085  Stack height review.

    The State of Rhode Island 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. Such declarations were submitted to EPA on 
March 27, 1986. The State has further declared, in letters from Thomas 
D. Getz, dated October 15, 1985 and March 27, 1986, that ``[R]hode 
Island will use the 8 July 1985 revised height regulations in 
administering section 9.18 of its new source review regulations.'' Thus, 
Rhode Island has satisfactorily demonstrated that its

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regulations meet 40 CFR 51.118 and 51.164.

[52 FR 49407, Dec. 31, 1987]



Sec. 52.2086  Emission inventories.

    (a) The Governor's designee for the State of Rhode Island submitted 
the 1990 base year emission inventory for the Providence ozone 
nonattainment area on January 12, 1993 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 this 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 Providence nonattainment area is classified as serious and 
includes the entire state of Rhode Island.
    (d) Minor revisions to the Rhode Island 1990 base year emission 
inventory were submitted to EPA on September 21, 1998. The revised 
emission estimates were prepared in accordance with EPA guidance, and 
are approved into the State's SIP.
    (e) The state of Rhode Island submitted base year emission 
inventories representing emissions for calendar year 2002 from the 
Providence moderate ozone nonattainment area on April 30, 2008 as 
revisions to the State's SIP. The 2002 base year emission inventory 
requirement of section 182(a)(1) of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 
1990, has been satisfied for this area. The inventory consists of 
emission estimates of volatile organic compounds and nitrogen oxides, 
and cover point, area, non-road mobile, on-road mobile and biogenic 
sources. The inventory was submitted as a revision to the SIP in partial 
fulfillment of obligations for nonattainment areas under EPA's 1997 8-
hour ozone standard.

[61 FR 55902, Oct. 30, 1996, as amended at 63 FR 67600, Dec. 8, 1998; 77 
FR 50601, Aug. 22, 2012]



Sec. 52.2087  Original identification of plan section.

    (a) This section identifies the original ``Air Implementation Plan 
for the State of Rhode Island'' and all revisions submitted by Rhode 
Island that were federally approved prior to August 9, 1999.
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 28, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Notice of public hearing submitted on February 9, 1972, by the 
Rhode Island Department of Health.
    (2) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions to the plan correcting 
minor deficiencies submitted on February 29, 1972, by the Rhode Island 
Department of Health.
    (3) Regulation 12 requiring prevention and control of air pollution 
from incinerators submitted on March 7, 1973, by the Rhode Island 
Department of Health.
    (4) Regulation 13 requiring prevention and control of air pollution 
from fuel burning equipment submitted on March 19, 1973, by the Rhode 
Island Department of Health.
    (5) Compliance schedules submitted on April 24, 1973, by the Rhode 
Island Department of Health.
    (6) Revisions to Regulation 10, Air Pollution Episodes, submitted on 
January 25, 1974, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.
    (7) AQMA identifications submitted on April 11, 1974, by the Rhode 
Island Department of Health.
    (8) Revision to Regulation 8, Limitation of Sulfur in Fuels, 
submitted on May 22, 1974, by the Rhode Island Department of Health.
    (9) Letter identifying Metropolitan Providence as an AQMA submitted 
on September 6, 1974, by the Governor.
    (10) Revision to Regulation 14, Source Recordkeeping and Reporting, 
submitted on September 5, 1973, by the Rhode Island Department of 
Health.
    (11) A comprehensive air quality monitoring plan, intended to meet 
requirements of 40 CFR part 58, was submitted by the Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management Director on January 8, 1980.
    (12) Attainment plans to meet the requirements of Part D of the 
Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977, were submitted on May 14, 1979, June 
11, 1979, August 13, 1979, January 8, January 24, March 10, March 31, 
April 21, June 6,

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June 13, August 20, November 14, March 4, March 5, and April 16, 1981. 
Included are plans to attain the carbon monoxide and ozone standards and 
information allowing for the redesignation of Providence to non-
attainment for the primary TSP standard based on new data. 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 unrelated to Part D are also included.
    (13) A revision to Regulation 8, ``Sulfur Content in Fuels,'' for 
the Narragansett Electric Company, Providence, submitted on August 28, 
1980 by the Director of the Department of Environmental Management.
    (14) A revision to Regulation 8, ``Limitation of Sulfur in Fuels,'' 
submitted on January 30, 1981, by the Director of the Rhode Island 
Division of Air Resources allowing Bradford Dyeing Association, 
Westerly, to burn higher sulfur fuel oil, temporarily.
    (15) Revisions for Group II CTGs: Storage of Petroleum Liquids--
External Floating Roof Vessels (Regulation 11.6); and revisions to 
existing regulations: Stage I Vapor Controls (Regulation 11.5), 
Hazardous Waste Incinerators (Regulation 12.7.1), and Control of Solvent 
Metal Cleaning Emissions (Regulation 18) were submitted on January 9, 
July 23, and August 17, 1981.
    (16) Variances from Regulations 8, ``Sulfur Content in Fuels'' and 
13, ``Particulate Emissions from Fossil Fired Steam or Hot Water 
Generating Units'', for Kenyon Piece Dye Works, Richmond, submitted on 
July 1, 1982.
    (17) Revisions to Regulations 8, ``Sulfur Content of Fuels'' and 13, 
``Particulate Emissions from Fossil Fuel Fired Steam or Hot Water 
Generating Units'' were submitted on November 9, 1982 by the Division of 
Air and Hazardous Materials.
    (18) Revisions to Air Pollution Control Regulation Number 9, 
Approval to Construct, Install, Modify, or Operate (except to subsection 
9.1.1), and Section VI, Part II, ``Stationary Source Permitting and 
Enforcement'' of the narrative as submitted by the Department of 
Environmental Management on May 14, 1982 and July 1, 1982 for review of 
new major sources and major modifications in nonattainment areas. Also 
included are revisions to add rules for banking emission reductions.
    (19) Revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan for 
attainment of the primary National Ambient Air Quality Standard for 
ozone as submitted on May 14, 1982; July 1, 1982; July 7, 1982; October 
4, 1982 and March 2, 1983 by the Department of Environmental Management. 
Also included are generic bubble rules which provide for regulatory 
flexibility for VOC sources subject to RACT requirements under 
Regulations 15, 19 and 21 of the Rhode Island SIP
    (20) Revisions to attain and maintain the lead NAAQS as submitted on 
July 7, 1983 by the Department of Environmental Management.
    (21) The permit issued to the University of Rhode Island in Kingston 
approving a three-year bubble to control sulfur dioxide emissions. The 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management issued the permit in 
accordance with Regulation 8, Sec. 8.3.2, ``Emissions Bubbling'' and 
submitted it to EPA as a SIP revision on January 16, 1984.
    (22) Revisions to Regulation 9, ``Approval to Construct, Install, 
Modify or Operate'', and Section VI, Part II of the associated narrative 
of the Rhode Island SIP, to incorporate the requirements for the 
Prevention of Significant Deterioration of 40 CFR 51.24, permitting 
major stationary sources of lead and other miscellaneous changes as 
submitted on February 6, 1984 by the Rhode Island Department of 
Environmental Management. Clarifying letters dated January 27, 1984 and 
June 6, 1984.
    (23) Revisions to Air Pollution Control Regulation 8, ``Sulfur 
Content of Fuels,'' submitted on July 19, 1983, specifying maximum 
sulfur-in-coal limits (1.21 lbs/MMBtu on a 30-day rolling average and 
2.31 lbs/MMBtu on a 24-hour average) for the Narragansett Electric 
Company South Street Station in Providence. These revisions approve 
Section 8.3.4, ``Large Fuel Burning Devices Using Coal,'' for South 
Street Station only.
    (24) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan were submitted by 
the

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Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on May 28, 1985 and 
October 15, 1985.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to Regulation 8, ``Sulfur Content of Fuels'' at 
8.4.1(b) requiring owners/operators of fuel burning sources to have a 
sampling valve in the fuel line to the boiler to facilitate fuel 
sampling, amended on May 2, 1985.
    (B) Amendments to Regulation 9, ``Approval to Construct, Install, 
Modify, or Operate'' requiring best available control technology (BACT) 
for each air pollutant emitted when permitting all new stationary 
sources and modifications not otherwise subject to lowest achievable 
emission rate (LAER) requirements under Rhode Island's approved new 
source review plan. The amended sections are 9.1.9, 9.1.14, 9.1.21, 
9.1.22, 9.1.33, 9.1.36, 9.3.1, 9.3.3, 9.5.3, and 9.13.1. Regulation 9 
was incorporated by reference in its present form on July 6, 1984 at 
paragraph (c)(22), above. The entire Regulation is being reincorporated 
by reference here to maintain consistency in the numbering and format, 
amended May 2, 1985.
    (ii) October 15, 1985 letter from Rhode Island DEM to EPA which 
commits to implement the stack height related requirements of Regulation 
9 in accordance with the Stack Height regulations at 40 CFR part 51, 
subpart B.
    (25) A revision submitted on December 16, 1985 and January 23, 1986 
allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Seville 
Dyeing Corporation facility in Woonsocket, Rhode Island for a period of 
up to 30 months, commencing on August 1, 1986, the savings from which 
will be used to pay for permanent energy conservation measures to reduce 
on-site consumption of petroleum products by at least 50,000 gallons per 
year (estimated 250,000 gallons per year).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from Doug L. McVay, Principal Engineer, to Seville Dyeing 
Corporation, dated December 16, 1985 allowing the temporary use of less 
expensive 2.2% sulfur fuel oil until February 1, 1989. At the end of the 
temporary use period, Seville Dyeing Corporation 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) Letter to Louis F. Gitto, Director of Air Management Division, 
EPA Region I from Thomas D. Getz, Director of Air & Hazardous Materials, 
RI DEM dated January 23, 1986; subject: Response to EPA questions 
regarding Seville Dyeing Corporation, and outline of the permanent 
energy conservation measures to be used.
    (26) Revisions submitted on November 5, 1985, June 16, 1986 and 
November 3, 1986 by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management (DEM) consisting of an administrative consent agreement 
between the DEM's Division of Air and Hazardous Materials and Whitman 
Products Limited (now James River Corporation's Decorative Product 
Division) in Johnston, Rhode Island. When the consent agreement expires 
on December 31, 1986, James River Corporation will be subject to the 
emission limits in Rhode Island Regulation No. 19, subsection 19.3.1.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) An administrative consent agreement between the Rhode Island and 
Providence Plantation Department of Environmental Management and Whitman 
Products Limited. The consent agreement became effective on May 29, 
1985.
    (B) Letters of June 16, 1986 and September 17, 1985 from the 
Department of Environmental Management to EPA.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Letter submitted on November 3, 1986 affirming that a sufficient 
growth margin exists, below the level of emissions necessary to show 
attainment of the national ambient air quality standard for ozone in 
Rhode Island, to absorb the increased emissions resulting from this 
compliance date extension.
    (27) Revision submitted on November 5, 1985 by the Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management consisting of an administrative 
consent agreement defining reasonably available control technology for 
Stanley Bostitch (formerly Bostitch Division
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) An administrative consent agreement between the Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and Bostitch Division of Textron. 
The consent agreement became effective on

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June 6, 1985 and requires Bostitch Division of Textron to reformulate 
certain solvent-based coatings to low/no solvent formulations by 
December 31, 1986.
    (B) A letter to Bostitch Division of Textron from the Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management dated September 20, 1985 which 
serves as an addendum to the consent agreement. The addendum defines the 
emission limitations which Bostitch's Division of Textron reformulated 
coatings must meet.
    (28) Revision submitted on November 5, 1985 by the Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management consisting of an administrative 
consent agreement granting a final compliance date extension for the 
control of organic solvent emissions from sixpaper coating lines at 
Keene Corporation in East Providence, Rhode Island.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated November 5, 1985 submitting revisions to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) An administrative consent agreement between the Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and Keene Corporation, effective 
on September 12, 1985.
    (29) Revisions submitted on November 5, 1985, February 21, 1986, 
April 15, 1987 and May 14, 1987 by the Rhode Island Department of 
Environmental Management consisting of an administrative consent 
agreement defining alternative reasonably available control technology 
for Kenyon Industries in Kenyon, Rhode Island.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the State of Rhode Island and Providence Plantations 
dated April 15, 1987 submitting revisions for Kenyon Industries to the 
Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) An administrative consent agreement between the State of Rhode 
Island and Providence Plantations Department of Environmental Management 
and Kenyon Industries, Inc., signed on December 31, 1986.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) A letter dated May 14, 1987 from the Department of Environmental 
Management containing technical support demonstrating that the revised 
consent agreement is at least as stringent as the consent agreement 
between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and 
Kenyon effective in Rhode Island May 13, 1985.
    (B) Original consent agreement between the Rhode Island Department 
of Environmental Management and Kenyon effective on May 13, 1985 
submitted to EPA on November 5, 1985.
    (C) Letter dated February 21, 1986 from Rhode Island describing 
required recordkeeping for Kenyon.
    (30) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan were submitted by 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on February 27, 
1987. These revisions were effective as of January 20, 1987 in the State 
of Rhode Island.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated February 27, 1987 submitting revisions to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Amendment to Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 11, at 
subsection 11.4.5 adopted on January 20, 1987 in Rhode Island.
    (C) Amendment to Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 19, at 
subsection 19.7.1 adopted on January 20, 1987 in Rhode Island.
    (D) Amendment to Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 21, at 
subsection 21.6.1 adopted on January 20, 1987 in Rhode Island.
    (31) [Reserved]
    (32) Revisions submitted on May 6, 1987, October 15, 1987, and 
January 4, 1988 by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management consisting of an administrative consent agreement which 
defines and imposes RACT to control volatile organic comp
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) An administrative consent agreement (86-12-AP), except for 
Provisions 7 and 8, between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management and Tech Industries effective June 12, 1986.
    (B) An addendum to the administrative consent agreement (86-12-AP) 
between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and Tech

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Industries. The addendum was effective November 24, 1987.
    (C) Letters dated May 6, 1987; October 15, 1987; and January 4, 1988 
submitted to the Environmental Protection Agency by the Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management.
    (33) Revisions to federally approved Air Pollution Control 
Regulation Number 11 submitted on November 7, 1988 and April 24, 1989 by 
the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, limiting the 
volatility of gasoline from May 1 through September 15, beginning 1989 
and continuing every year thereafter, including any waivers to such 
limits Rhode Island may grant. In 1989, the control period will begin on 
June 30.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Amendments to Rhode Island Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 
11, effective July 5, 1979, entitled, ``Petroleum Liquids Marketing and 
Storage,'' sections 11.7.1 filed with the Secretary of State of Rhode 
Island on August 11, 1988, and effective in the State of Rhode Island on 
August 31, 1988.
    (B) Amendments to Rhode Island Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 
11, effective July 5, 1979, entitled, ``Petroleum Liquids Marketing and 
Storage,'' amendmends to section 11.7.2 filed with the Secretary of 
State of Rhode Island on April 27, 1989, and effective in the State of 
Rhode Island on May 17, 1989.
    (34) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on April 28, 1989, 
approving a renewal of a sulfur dioxide bubble for the University of 
Rhode Island originally approved at paragraph (c)(21), of this section.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) A renewal of an emissions bubble for the University of Rhode 
Island effective December 26, 1986.
    (35) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on April 26, 1990, 
which define and impose RACT to control volatile organic compound 
emissions from Providence Metallizing in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated April 26, 1990, submitting a revision to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) An administrative consent agreement (87-2-AP) between the Rhode 
Island Department of Environmental Management and Providence Metallizing 
effective July 24, 1987.
    (C) An amendment to the administrative consent agreement (87-2-AP) 
between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and 
Providence Metallizing effective May 4, 1989.
    (D) An addendum to the administrative consent agreement (87-2-AP) 
between the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management and 
Providence Metallizing effective April 24, 1990.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.
    (36) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on May 24, 1990, 
which define and impose RACT to control volatile organic compound 
emissions from Tillotson-Pearson in Warren, RhodeIsland.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated May 24, 1990 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) An Administrative consent agreement (90-1-AP) between the Rhode 
Island Department of Environmental Management and Tillotson-Pearson 
effective June 5, 1990.
    (37) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management dated November 3, 
1989, November 21, 1989, February 1, 1990 and September 19, 1990.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated November 3, 1989, November 21, 1989, February 1, 1990 
and September 19, 1990 submitting revisions to the Rhode Island State 
ImplementationPlan.

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    (B) Amendments to Rhode Island's Air Pollution Control Regulation 
Number 6, amended and effective November 22, 1989.
    (C) Amendments to Rhode Island's Air Pollution Control Regulation 
Numbers 11; 15, excluding subsections 15.1.16 and 15.2.2; 18, excluding 
subsections 18.1.8, 18.2.1, 18.3.2(d), 18.3.3(f), and 18.5.2; 19, 
excluding subsections 19.1.11, 19.2.2, and 19.3.2(a); and 21, except 
subsections 21.1.15 and 21.2.2, and portion of subsection 21.5.2(h) 
which states ``equivalent to'' in the parenthetical, amended and 
effective December 10, 1989.
    (38) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on May 22, 1991.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated May 22, 1991 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Section 9.1.36 ``baseline concentration,'' section 9.1.39 
``increment,'' section 9.1.40 ``major source baseline date,'' section 
9.1.42 ``minor source baseline date,'' section 9.1.43 ``net emissions 
increase,'' and section 9.15.1(c)(5)--exclusion from NO2 
increments due to SIP-approved temporary increases of emissions, of the 
Rhode Island Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 9 entitled ``Approval 
to Construct, Install, Modify or Operate,'' effective in the State on 
May 20, 1991.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.
    (39) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on January 12, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management, dated January 12, 1993, submitting a revision to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, Division of 
Air and Hazardous Materials, Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 11, 
entitled ``Petroleum Liquids Marketing Storage,'' submitted to the 
Secretary of State on January 11, 1993.
    (C) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated February 10, 1993, stating that Regulation No. 11 
became effective on January 31, 1993, 20 days after being filed with the 
Secretary of State.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (40) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on November 13, 
1992.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated November 13, 1992 submitting a revision to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, Division of 
Air and Hazardous Materials, Air Pollution Control Regulations No. 19, 
entitled ``Control of Volatile Organic Compounds from Surface Coating 
Operations,'' submitted to the Secretary of State on October 30, 1992 
and effective on November 20, 1992.
    (C) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, Division of 
Air and Hazardous Materials, Air Pollution Control Regulations No. 25, 
entitled ``Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Cutback 
and Emulsified Asphalt,'' submitted to the Secretary of State on October 
30, 1992 and effective on November 20, 1992.
    (D) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Protection, Division of 
Air and Hazardous Materials, Air Pollution Control Regulations No. 26, 
entitled ``Control of Organic Solvent Emissions from Manufacture of 
Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products,'' submitted to the Secretary of 
State on October 30, 1992 and effective on November 20, 1992.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Protection, dated February 10, 1993, clarifying the November 13, 1992 
revision to the SIP.
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (41) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on March 11, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.

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    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated March 5, 1993 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Rhode Island's Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 9 entitled, 
``Air Pollution Control Permits,'' except for Chapter 9.13, Application 
for an Air Toxics Operating Permit; Chapter 9.14, Administrative Action: 
Air Toxics Operating Permits; and Chapter 9.15, Transfer of an Air 
Toxics Operating Permit; and Appendix A, Toxic Air Pollutants, Minimum 
Quantities. This regulation was effective in the State of Rhode Island 
on March 24, 1993.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) A fact sheet on the proposed amendments to Regulation No. 9 
entitled, ``Approval to Construct, Install, Modify or Operate''.
    (B) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.
    (42) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on January 12, 1993.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated January 12, 1993 submitting a revision to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Revisions to Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 14, ``Record 
Keeping and Reporting,'' filed with the Secretary of State on January 
11, 1993 and effective in the State of Rhode Island on January 31, 1993.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (43) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on March 15, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated March 15, 1994 submitting a revision to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management, Division of 
Air Resources, Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 32, ``Control of 
Volatile Organic Compounds from Marine Vessel Loading Operations'' 
effective in the State of Rhode Island on March 31, 1994, with the 
exception of Section 32.2.2 which Rhode Island did not submit as part of 
the SIP revision.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.
    (44) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on June 27, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated June 27, 1995 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air 
Pollution for the State of Rhode Island effective on July 17, 1995: Air 
Pollution Control Regulation No. 30, Control of Volatile Organic 
Compounds from Automotive Refinishing Operations.
    (45) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on May 15, 1995
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Protection dated May 15, 1995 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Air Pollution Control Regulation 29.3 ``Emissions Caps''; 
effective in the State of Rhode Island on May 18, 1995.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Non-regulatory portions of the submittal.
    (46) A revision to the Rhode Island SIP regarding ozone monitoring. 
The State of Rhode Island will modify its SLAMS and its NAMS monitoring 
systems 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) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated January 14, 1994 submitting an amendment to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated June 14, 1994 submitting an amendment to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.

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    (C) Section VII of the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan, 
Ambient Air Quality Monitoring.
    (47) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on March 15, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated March 15, 1994 submitting revisions to the Rhode Island 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air 
Pollution for the State of Rhode Island, with the exception of Section 
31.2.2, effective 90 days after the date that EPA notifies Rhode Island 
that the State has failed to achieve a 15% reduction of VOC emission 
from the 1990 emission levels, in accordance with the contingency 
measure provisions of the Rhode Island SIP, (except for Section 31.5.2, 
which requires records of amount of product sold, beginning July, 
1994.): Air Pollution Control Regulation No. 31, Control of Volatile 
Organic Compounds from Commercial and Consumer Products.
    (C) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air 
Pollution for the State of Rhode Island, with the exception of Section 
33.2.2, effective 90 days after the date that EPA notifies Rhode Island 
the State has failed to achieve a 15% reduction of VOC emission from the 
1990 emission levels, in accordance with the contingency measure 
provisions of the Rhode Island SIP, (except for Section 33.5.2, which 
requires records of amount of product sold, beginning July, 1994.): Air 
Pollution Control Regulation No. 33, Control of Volatile Organic 
Compounds from Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings.
    (48) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on September 17, 
1996, which define and impose reasonably available control technology 
(RACT) to control nitrogen oxides emissions at major stationary sources 
in Rhode Island.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management, dated September 17, 1996, submitting revisions to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Regulation number 27, ``Control of Nitrogen Oxide Emissions,'' 
as adopted on December 27, 1995, effective January 16, 1996.
    (C) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and Rhode Island Hospital, file 
no. 95-14-AP, effective on November 27, 1995.
    (D) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and Osram Sylvania Incorporated, 
file no. 96-06-AP, effective on September 4, 1996.
    (E) An air pollution permit approval, no. 1350, for Osram Sylvania 
Incorporated issued by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management on May 14, 1996 and effective on that date.
    (49) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on September 17, 
1996, which define and impose alternative reasonably available control 
technology (RACT) requirements to control nitrogen oxides emissions at 
certain major stationary sources in Rhode Island.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated September 17, 1996, submitting revisions to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and Algonquin Gas Transmission 
Company, file no. 95-52-AP, effective on December 5, 1995.
    (C) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and Bradford Dyeing Association, 
Inc., file no. 95-28-AP, effective on November 17, 1995.
    (D) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and Hoechst Celanese Corporation, 
file no. 95-62-AP, effective on November 20, 1995.

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    (E) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and University of Rhode Island, 
file no. 95-50-AP, effective on March 12, 1996.
    (F) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and the Naval Education and 
Training Center in Newport, file no. 96-07-AP, effective on March 4, 
1996.
    (50) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on September 21, 
1998. The revisions consist of the State's 15 Percent plan and 
Contingency plan. The EPA is approving the calculation of the required 
emission reductions, and the emission reduction credit claimed from 
surface coating operations, printing operations, plant closures, cutback 
asphalt, synthetic pharmaceutical manufacturing, automobile refinishing, 
consumer and commercial products, architectural and industrial 
maintenance coatings, stage II vapor recovery, reformulated gasoline in 
on-road and off-road engines, tier I motor vehicle controls, and low 
emitting vehicles. EPA is taking no action at this time on the emission 
reduction credit claim made for the Rhode Island automobile inspection 
and maintenance program.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated September 21, 1998 submitting a revision to the Rhode 
Island State Implementation Plan.
    (51)-(53) [Reserved]
    (54) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management dated 9 August 1996 submitting a revision to the Rhode Island 
State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Changes to Air Pollution Control Regulation Number 9.
    For the State of Rhode Island.
    (55) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on February 13, 1998 
and January 20, 1999 which define alternative NOX RACT 
requirements and impose seasonal limitations on the emissions of 
nitrogen oxides at certain major stationary sources in Rhode Island.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letters from the Rhode Island Department of Environmental 
Management, dated February 13, 1998 and January 20, 1999 submitting 
revisions to the Rhode Island State Implementation Plan.
    (B) Regulation number 38, ``Nitrogen Oxides Allowance Program,'' as 
adopted on May 21, 1998, submitted on effective on June 10, 1998.
    (C) An administrative consent agreement between Rhode Island 
Department of Environmental Management and Rhode Island Economic 
Development Corporation, file no. 96-04-AP, adopted and effective on 
September 2, 1997.

[37 FR 10891, May 31, 1972. Redesignated and amended at 64 FR 43085, 
Aug. 9, 1999]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec. 
52.2087, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.



Sec. 52.2088  Control strategy: Ozone.

    (a) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on September 21, 
1998. These revisions are for the purpose of satisfying the rate of 
progress requirement of section 182(c)(2)(B), and the contingency 
measure requirements of section 182(c)(9) of the Clean Air Act, for the 
Providence serious ozone nonattainment area.
    (b) Approval--Revisions to the state implementation plan submitted 
by the Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on March 24, 
2003. The revisions are for the purpose of satisfying the one-hour ozone 
attainment demonstration requirements of section 182(c)(2)(A) of the 
Clean Air Act, for the Rhode Island serious ozone nonattainment area. 
The revision establishes a one-hour attainment date of November 15, 2007 
for the Rhode Island serious ozone nonattainment area, and approves the 
contingency measures

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for purposes of attainment. This revision establishes motor vehicle 
emissions budgets for 2007 of 30.68 tons per day of volatile organic 
compounds and 33.97 tons per day of nitrogen oxides to be used in 
transportation conformity in the Rhode Island serious ozone 
nonattainment area. Rhode Island also commits to conduct a mid-course 
review to assess modeling and monitoring progress achieved towards the 
goal of attainment by 2007, and to submit the results to EPA by December 
31, 2004.
    (c) Determination of Attainment. Effective July 6, 2010, EPA is 
determining that the Providence (All of Rhode Island) 8-hour ozone 
nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone standard. Under 
the provisions of EPA's ozone implementation rule (see 40 CFR 51.918), 
this determination suspends 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 for as long as 
the area does not monitor any violations of the 1997 8-hour ozone 
standard. If a violation of the 1997 ozone NAAQS is monitored in the 
Providence (All of Rhode Island) 8-hour ozone nonattainment area, this 
determination shall no longer apply.
    (d) Determination of Attainment. Effective November 22, 2010, EPA is 
determining that the Providence (All of Rhode Island) 8-hour ozone 
nonattainment area has attained the 1997 8-hour ozone standard based on 
2007-2009 monitoring data. Under the provisions of EPA's ozone 
implementation rule (see 40 CFR 51.918), this determination suspends 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 for as long as the area does not monitor any violations of 
the 1997 8-hour ozone standard. If a violation of the 1997 ozone NAAQS 
is monitored in the Providence (All of Rhode Island) 8-hour ozone 
nonattainment area, this determination shall no longer apply. In 
addition, this area met its June 15, 2010 attainment deadline for the 
1997 ozone standard.
    (e) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the 
Rhode Island Department of Environmental Management on April 30, 2008. 
The revision is for the purpose of satisfying the rate of progress 
requirement of section 182(b)(1) from 2002 through 2008, and the 
contingency measure requirement of sections 172(c)(9) and of the Clean 
Air Act, for the Providence moderate ozone nonattainment area. The 
revision establishes motor vehicle emission budgets for 2008 of 24.64 
tons per day of volatile organic compounds and 28.26 tons per day of 
nitrogen oxides to be used in transportation conformity in the 
Providence moderate 8-hour ozone nonattainment area.

[66 FR 30815, June 8, 2001, as amended at 68 FR 16724, Apr. 7, 2003; 75 
FR 31290, June 3, 2010; 75 FR 64951, Oct. 22, 2010; 77 FR 50601, Aug. 
22, 2012]



Sec. 52.2089  Control strategy: carbon monoxide.

    (a) Approval--On September 22, 2008, the Rhode Island Department of 
Environmental Management submitted a request to establish a limited 
maintenance plan for the Providence Rhode Island carbon monoxide 
attainment area for the remainder of the second ten-year maintenance 
plan. The State of Rhode Island has committed to year round carbon 
monoxide monitoring at the East Providence Photochemical Assessment 
Monitoring Station (PAMS) site; re-establishing downtown Providence CO 
monitoring if criteria specified in the Limited Maintenance Plan are 
triggered; and, ensuring that project-level carbon monoxide evaluations 
of transportation projects in the maintenance area are conducted. The 
limited maintenance plan satisfies all applicable requirements of 
section 175A of the Clean Air Act. Approval of a limited maintenance 
plan is conditioned on maintaining levels of ambient carbon monoxide 
levels below the required limited maintenance plan 8-hour carbon 
monoxide design value criterion of 7.65 parts per million. If the 
Limited Maintenance Plan criterion is no longer satisfied, Rhode Island 
must develop a full maintenance plan to meet Clean Air Act requirements.
    (b) [Reserved]

[74 FR 12559, Mar. 25, 2009]

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                        Subpart PP_South Carolina



Sec. 52.2120  Identification of plan.

    (a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State 
implementation plan (SIP) for South Carolina 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 31, 2009, for South Carolina 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 31, 2009, for South Carolina 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 the dates referenced in paragraph (b)(1).
    (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 Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, EPA 
Headquarters Library, Infoterra Room (Room Number 3334), EPA West 
Building, 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460, and the 
National Archives and Records Administration. If you wish to obtain 
materials from a docket in the EPA Headquarters Library, please call the 
Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) Docket/Telephone number: (202) 566-
1742. For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 
202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal-register/cfr/
ibr-locations.html.
    (c) EPA approved regulations.

                              Air Pollution Control Regulations for South Carolina
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                                    State         EPA
            State citation                   Title/subject        effective     approval      Federal Register
                                                                     date         date             notice
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Regulation No. 62.1..................  Definitions and General     6/26/1998    8/10/2004  69 FR 48395
                                        Requirements.
Section I............................  Definitions.............   11/26/2010       4/3/13  78 FR 19997
Section II...........................  Permit Requirements.....    6/24/2005     6/2/2008  73 FR 31368
Section III..........................  Emissions Inventory.....    2/25/2005    12/7/2006  71 FR 70880
Section IV...........................  Source Tests............    6/27/2003    8/10/2004  69 FR 48395
Section V............................  Credible Evidence.......    7/27/2001   11/13/2002  67 FR 68767
Regulation No. 62.2..................  Prohibition of Open         6/25/2004    8/26/2005  70 FR 50195
                                        Burning.
Regulation No. 62.3..................  Air Pollution Episodes..  ...........  ...........
Section I............................  Episode Criteria........   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Section II...........................  Emission Reduction          4/22/1988    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
                                        Requirements.
Regulation No. 62.4..................  Hazardous Air Pollution    12/20/1978    1/29/1980  45 FR 6572
                                        Conditions.
Regulation No. 62.5..................  Air Pollution Control     ...........  ...........
                                        Standards.
Standard No. 1.......................  Emissions from Fuel       ...........  ...........
                                        Burning Operations.
Section I............................  Visible Emissions.......   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Section II...........................  Particulate Matter          4/22/1988    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
                                        Emissions.
Section III..........................  Sulfur Dioxide Emissions     3/3/1983   10/29/1984  49 FR 43469
Section IV...........................  Opacity Monitoring          4/22/1988     7/2/1990  55 FR 27226
                                        Requirements.
Section V............................  Exemptions..............    5/24/1985    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
Section VI...........................  Periodic Testing........    6/26/1998    8/10/2004  69 FR 48395
Section VII..........................  [Reserved]..............  ...........  ...........
Standard No. 2.......................  Ambient Air Quality         4/27/2012       4/3/13  78 FR 19997
                                        Standards.
Standard No. 4.......................  Emissions From Process    ...........  ...........
                                        Industries.
Section I............................  General.................    2/28/1986    2/17/1987  52 FR 4772
Section II...........................  Sulfuric Acid               2/28/1986    2/17/1987  52 FR 4772
                                        Manufacturing.
Section III..........................  Kraft Pulp and Paper        4/22/1988    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
                                        Manufacturing Plants.
Section IV...........................  Portland Cement             2/28/1986    2/17/1987  52 FR 4772
                                        Manufacturing.
Section V............................  Cotton Gins.............   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Section VI...........................  Hot Mix Asphalt             5/24/1985    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
                                        Manufacturing.
Section VII..........................  Metal Refining..........    2/28/1986    2/17/1987  52 FR 4772
Section VIII.........................  Other Manufacturing.....   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Section IX...........................  Visible Emissions.......    4/22/1988     7/2/1990  55 FR 27226
Section X............................  Non-Enclosed Operations.    4/22/1988     7/2/1990  55 FR 27226
Section XI...........................  Total Reduced Sulfur       10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
                                        Emissions of Kraft Pulp
                                        Mills.

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Section XII..........................  Periodic Testing........    6/26/1998    8/10/2004  69 FR 48395
Section XIII.........................  [Reserved]..............  ...........  ...........
Standard No. 5.......................  Volatile Organic
                                        Compounds.
Section I............................  General Provisions......   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Part A...............................  Definitions.............   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Part B...............................  General Applicability...   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Part C...............................  Alternatives and           10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
                                        Exceptions to Control
                                        Requirements.
Part D...............................  Compliance Schedules....   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Part E...............................  Volatile Organic            6/26/1998    8/10/2004  69 FR 48395
                                        Compound Compliance
                                        Testing.
Part F...............................  Recordkeeping,             10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
                                        Reporting, Monitoring.
Part G...............................  Equivalency Calculations   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Section II...........................  Provisions for Specific
                                        Sources.
Part B...............................  Surface Coating of Coils    8/24/1990     2/4/1992  57 FR 4158
Part C...............................  Surface Coating of          8/24/1990     2/4/1992  57 FR 4158
                                        Paper, Vinyl, and
                                        Fabric.
Part D...............................  Surface Coating of Metal    8/24/1990     2/4/1992  57 FR 4158
                                        Furniture and Large
                                        Appliances.
Part E...............................  Surface Coating of         10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
                                        Magnet Wire.
Part F...............................  Surface Coating of         10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
                                        Miscellaneous Metal
                                        Parts and Products.
Part G...............................  Surface Coating of Flat     2/25/1983   10/31/1983  48 FR 50078
                                        Wood Paneling.
Part H...............................  Graphic Arts--              2/25/1983   10/31/1983  48 FR 50078
                                        Rotogravure Flexography.
Part I...............................  [Reserved]..............  ...........  ...........
Part J...............................  [Reserved]..............  ...........  ...........
Part K...............................  [Reserved]..............  ...........  ...........
Part L...............................  [Reserved]..............  ...........  ...........
Part M...............................  [Reserved]..............  ...........  ...........
Part N...............................  Solvent Metal Cleaning..   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Part O...............................  Petroleum Liquid Storage    2/25/1983   10/31/1983  48 FR 50078
                                        in Fixed Roof Tanks.
Part P...............................  Petroleum Liquid Storage    2/25/1983   10/31/1983  48 FR 50078
                                        in External Floating
                                        Roof Tanks.
Part Q...............................  Manufacture of             10/24/2008       4/3/13  78 FR 19997
                                        Synthesized
                                        Pharmaceutical Products.
Part R...............................  Manufacture of Pneumatic    2/25/1983   10/31/1983  48 FR 50078
                                        Rubber Tires.
Part S...............................  Cutback Asphalt.........    6/13/1979   12/16/1981  46 FR 61268
Part T...............................  Bulk Gasoline Terminals     2/25/1983   10/31/1983  48 FR 50078
                                        and Vapor Collection
                                        Systems.
Standard No. 5.2.....................  Control of Oxides of        6/25/2004    8/26/2005  70 FR 50195
                                        Nitrogen (NOX).
Standard No. 6.......................  Alternative Emission       10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
                                        Limitation Options
                                        (``Bubble'').
Section I............................  General.................  ...........  ...........
Section II...........................  Conditions for Approval.  ...........  ...........
Part A...............................  Emissions of Total         10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
                                        Suspended Particulate
                                        or Sulfur Dioxide.
Part B...............................  Emissions of Volatile      10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
                                        Organic Compounds.
Part C...............................  Emissions of Nitrogen      10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
                                        Dioxide, Carbon
                                        Monoxide, or Lead.
Part D...............................  Designated Pollutants...   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Part E...............................  De Minimis Cases........   10/26/2001     5/7/2002  67 FR 30594
Section III..........................  Enforceability..........  ...........  ...........
Standard No. 7.......................  Prevention of               4/27/2012       4/3/13  78 FR 19997
                                        Significant
                                        Deterioration\1\.
Standard No. 7.1.....................  Nonattainment New Source    2/25/2011    6/23/2011  76 FR 36875.
                                        Review\1\.
Section I............................  Definitions.............    6/24/2005     6/2/2008  73 FR 31368
Section II...........................  Ambient Air Limits......    6/24/2005     6/2/2008  73 FR 31368
Section III..........................  Review of Major Plants      6/24/2005     6/2/2008  73 FR 31368
                                        and Major
                                        Modifications--Applicab
                                        ility and Exemptions.
Section IV...........................  Review Requirements--       4/26/1996    8/20/1997  62 FR 44218
                                        Supplement C.
Regulation No. 62.6..................  Control of Fugitive         5/24/1985    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
                                        Particulate Matter.
Section I............................  Control of Fugitive         5/24/1985    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
                                        Particulate Matter in
                                        Non-Attainment Areas.
Section II...........................  Control of Fugitive         5/24/1985    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
                                        Particulate Matter in
                                        Problem Areas.
Section III..........................  Control of Fugitive         5/24/1985    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
                                        Particulate Matter
                                        Statewide.
Section IV...........................  Effective Date..........    5/24/1985    10/3/1989  54 FR 40659
Regulation No. 62.7..................  Good Engineering            5/23/1986    5/28/1987  52 FR 19858
                                        Practice Stack Height.
Section I............................  General.................    5/23/1986    5/28/1987  52 FR 19858
Section II...........................  Applicability...........    5/23/1986    5/28/1987  52 FR 19858
Section III..........................  Definitions and             5/23/1986    5/28/1987  52 FR 19858
                                        Conditions.
Section IV...........................  Public Participation....    5/23/1986    5/28/1987  52 FR 19858
Regulation No. 62.96.................  Nitrogen Oxides (NOX)      10/24/2008   10/16/2009  74 FR 53167
                                        and Sulfur Dioxide
                                        (SO2) Budget Trading
                                        Program General
                                        Provisions.
Regulation No. 62.99.................  Nitrogen Oxides (NOX)       5/24/2002    6/28/2002  67 FR 43546
                                        Budget Program
                                        Requirements for
                                        Stationary Sources Not
                                        in the Trading Program.
S.C. Code Ann........................  Ethics Reform Act.......  ...........  ...........
Section 8-13-100(31).................  Definitions.............     1/1/1992     8/1/2012  77 FR 45492
Section 8-13-700(A) and (B)..........  Use of official position     1/1/1992     8/1/2012  77 FR 45492
                                        or office for financial
                                        gain; disclosure of
                                        potential conflict of
                                        interest.

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Section 8-13-730.....................  Membership on or             1/1/1992     8/1/2012  77 FR 45492
                                        employment by
                                        regulatory agency of
                                        person associated with
                                        regulated business.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
\1\ This regulation (submitted on April 14, 2009) includes the phrase ``except ethanol production facilities
  producing ethanol by natural fermentation under the North American Industry Classification System (NAICS)
  codes 325193 or 312140,'' (at Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 7(b)(32)(i)(a) and (iii)(b)(t),
  (42)(i)1(viii)(t) and Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 7.1(c)7(C)(xx) and (e)(T)) as amended in the Ethanol
  Rule. See 72 FR 24060 (May 1, 2007). EPA has not yet taken action to approve this phrase in the South Carolina
  SIP.

    (d) EPA-approved State Source specific requirements.

                            EPA-Approved South Carolina Source-Specific Requirements
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                                       State         EPA
            Name of source              Permit No.   effective     approval                Comments
                                                        date         date
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Transcontinental Gas Pipeline          2060-0179-C    4/27/2004   4/23/2009,  This permit is incorporated in
 Corporation Station 140.                        D               74 FR 18471   fulfillment of the NOX SIP Call
                                                                               Phase II requirements for South
                                                                               Carolina.
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    (e) EPA-approved South Carolina non-regulatory provisions.

----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
                                              State
                Provision                   effective        EPA approval date               Explanation
                                               date
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Cherokee County Ozone Attainment             6/26/1998  12/18/1998, 63 FR 70019....
 Demonstration and Ten-year Maintenance
 Plan.
Cherokee County Ozone Ten Year               1/31/2002  4/26/2002, 67 FR 20647.....
 Maintenance Plan.
Transportation Conformity................   10/24/2003  1/29/2004, 69 FR 4245......
Attainment Demonstration for the             6/25/2004  8/26/2005, 70 FR 50195.....
 Appalachian, Catawba, Pee Dee, Waccamaw,
 Santee Lynches, Berkeley-Charleston-
 Dorchester, Low Country, Lower Savannah,
 Central Midlands, and Upper Savannah
 Early Action Compact Areas.
South Carolina Transportation Conformity    11/19/2008  7/28/2009, 74 FR 37168.....
 Air Quality Implementation Plan.
Cherokee County 110(a)(1) Maintenance       12/13/2007  7/31/2009, 74 FR 26099.....
 Plan for the 1997 8-Hour Ozone Standard.
South Carolina 110(a)(1) and (2)            12/13/2007  07/13/2011, 76 FR 41111....  For the 1997 8-hour ozone
 Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997                                             NAAQS.
 8-Hour Ozone National Ambient Air
 Quality Standards.
Applicability of Reasonably Available        8/31/2007  11/28/11...................  Demonstration for Bowater
 Control Technology for the Portion of                  76 FR 72844................   Coated Paper Division; for
 York County, South Carolina.                                                         Cytec Carbon Fibers; and
                                                                                      for Georgia-Pacific--
                                                                                      Catawba Hardboard Plant.
Negative Declaration for Applicability of    8/31/2007  11/28/11...................  Applicable to the 1997 8-
 Groups I Control Techniques Guidelines                 76 FR 72844................   hour Ozone boundary in
 for York County, South Carolina.                                                     York County only (Rock
                                                                                      Hill-Fort Mill Area
                                                                                      Transportation Study
                                                                                      Metropolitan Planning
                                                                                      Organization Area).
Negative Declaration for Applicability of    8/31/2007  11/28/11...................  Applicable to the 1997 8-
 Group II Control Techniques Guidelines                 76 FR 72844................   hour Ozone boundary in
 for York County, South Carolina.                                                     York County only (Rock
                                                                                      Hill-Fort Mill Area
                                                                                      Transportation Study
                                                                                      Metropolitan Planning
                                                                                      Organization Area).
Negative Declaration for Applicability of    2/23/2009  11/28/11...................  Applicable to the 1997 8-
 Group III Control Techniques Guidelines                76 FR 72844................   hour Ozone boundary in
 for York County, South Carolina.                                                     York County only (Rock
                                                                                      Hill-Fort Mill Area
                                                                                      Transportation Study
                                                                                      Metropolitan Planning
                                                                                      Organization Area).

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Negative Declaration for Applicability of     7/7/2009  11/28/11...................  Applicable to the 1997 8-
 Group IV Control Techniques Guidelines                 76 FR 72844................   hour Ozone boundary in
 for York County, South Carolina.                                                     York County only (Rock
                                                                                      Hill-Fort Mill Area
                                                                                      Transportation Study
                                                                                      Metropolitan Planning
                                                                                      Organization Area).
South Carolina portion of bi-state          04/29/2010  05/18/2012, 77 FR 29540....  Applicable to the 1997 8-
 Charlotte; 1997 8-Hour Ozone 2002 Base                                               hour Ozone boundary in
 Year Emissions Inventory.                                                            York County only (Rock
                                                                                      Hill-Fort Mill Area
                                                                                      Transportation Study
                                                                                      Metropolitan Planning
                                                                                      Organization Area).
Regional haze plan.......................   12/17/2007  6/28/2012..................  77 FR 38509.
South Carolina portion of bi-state          04/29/2010  6/25/2012, 77 FR 37815.....  Applicable to the 1997 8-
 Charlotte; 1997 8-Hour Ozone Emissions                                               hour Ozone boundary in
 Statement.                                                                           York County only (Rock
                                                                                      Hill-Fort Mill Area
                                                                                      Transportation Study
                                                                                      Metropolitan Planning
                                                                                      Organization Area).
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure             4/14/2008  8/1/2012, 77 FR 45494......
 Requirements for 1997 Fine Particulate
 Matter National Ambient Air Quality
 Standards.
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure             9/18/2009  8/1/2012, 77 FR 45494......
 Requirements for 2006 Fine Particulate
 Matter National Ambient Air Quality
 Standards.
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure              4/3/2012  8/1/2012, 77 FR 45494......
 Requirements for 1997 and 2006 Fine
 Particulate Matter National Ambient Air
 Quality Standards Elements 110(a)(1) and
 (2) (E)(ii) and (G).
110(a)(2)(D)(i)(I) Infrastructure            9/18/2009  10/11/2012, 77 FR 61727....  EPA partially disapproved
 Requirements for the 2006 24-hour PM2.5                                              this SIP submission to the
 NAAQS.                                                                               extent that it relied on
                                                                                      the Clean Air Interstate
                                                                                      Rule to meet the
                                                                                      110(a)(2)(D)(i)(I)
                                                                                      requirements for the 2006
                                                                                      24-hour PM2.5 NAAQS.
York County 1997 8-hour ozone reasonable      08/31/07  10/15/12, 77 FR 62454......  Original submission.
 further progress plan.
Update for York County 1997 8-hour ozone      04/29/10  10/15/12, 77 FR 62454......  Original submission updated
 reasonable further progress plan.                                                    to include required 2008
                                                                                      VOC MVEB.
1997 8-hour ozone Maintenance Plan for         June 1,  12/26/12, 77 FR 75862......  Applicable to the 1997 8-
 the South Carolina portion of the bi-            2011                                hour ozone boundary in
 state Charlotte Area.                                                                York County only (Rock
                                                                                      Hill-Fort Mill Area
                                                                                      Transportation Study
                                                                                      Metropolitan Planning
                                                                                      Organization Area).
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure             4/14/2008  4/12/2013, 78 FR 21845.....  Addressing element
 Requirements for 1997 Fine Particulate                                               110(a)(2)(D)(i)(II) prong
 Matter National Ambient Air Quality                                                  3 only
 Standards.
110(a)(1) and (2) Infrastructure             9/18/2009  4/12/2013, 78 FR 21845.....  Addressing element
 Requirements for 2006 Fine Particulate                                               110(a)(2)(D)(i)(II) prong
 Matter National Ambient Air Quality                                                  3 only
 Standards.
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------


[62 FR 35444, July 1, 1997]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec. 
52.2120, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.



Sec. 52.2121  Classification of regions.

    The South Carolina 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)
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
Augusta (Georgia)-Aiken (South Carolina) Interstate..           I          I       III       III           III
Metropolitan Charlotte Interstate....................           I         II       III       III             I
Camden-Sumter Intrastate.............................          II        III       III       III           III
Charleston Intrastate................................           I          I       III       III           III
Columbia Intrastate..................................          II        III       III       III           III
Florence Intrastate..................................         III        III       III       III           III
Georgetown Intrastate................................          II        III       III       III           III
Greenville-Spartanburg Intrastate....................           I        III       III       III           III
Greenwood Intrastate.................................         III        III       III       III           III
Savannah (Georgia)-Beaufort (South Carolina)                    I          I       III       III           III
 Interstate..........................................
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Sec. 52.2122  Approval status.

    (a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves South Carolina'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 elsewhere in this subpart. 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 CTG's issued between January 1978 and January 1979 
and adoption and submittal by each subsequent January of additional RACT 
requirements for sources covered by CTGs issued by the previous January.
    (b) EPA disapproved South Carolina's generic bubble regulation 
submitted for approval into the State Implementation Plan (SIP) on June 
5, 1985.
    (c)(1) Insofar as the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) 
provisions found in this subpart apply to stationary sources of 
greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions, the Administrator approves that 
application only to the extent that GHGs are ``subject to regulation'', 
as provided in this paragraph (c), and the Administrator takes no action 
on that application to the extent that GHGs are not ``subject to 
regulation.''
    (2) Beginning January 2, 2011, the pollutant GHGs is subject to 
regulation if:
    (i) The stationary source is a new major stationary source for a 
regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will emit or will 
have the potential to emit 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; or
    (ii) The stationary source is an existing major stationary source 
for a regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will have an 
emissions increase of a regulated NSR pollutant, and an emissions 
increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; and,
    (3) Beginning July 1, 2011, in addition to the provisions in 
paragraph (c)(2) of this section, the pollutant GHGs shall also be 
subject to regulation:
    (i) At a new stationary source that will emit or have the potential 
to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e; or
    (ii) At an existing stationary source that emits or has the 
potential to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e, when such stationary 
source undertakes a physical change or change in the method of operation 
that will result in an emissions increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e 
or more.
    (4) For purposes of this paragraph (c)--
    (i) The term greenhouse gas shall mean the air pollutant defined in 
40 CFR 86.1818-12(a) as the aggregate group of six greenhouse gases: 
Carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, methane, hydrofluorocarbons, 
perfluorocarbons, and sulfur hexafluoride.
    (ii) The term tpy CO2 equivalent emissions 
(CO2e) shall represent an amount of GHGs emitted, and shall 
be computed as follows:
    (A) Multiplying the mass amount of emissions (tpy), for each of the 
six greenhouse gases in the pollutant GHGs, by the gas's associated 
global warming potential published at Table

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A-1 to subpart A of 40 CFR part 98--Global Warming Potentials.
    (B) Sum the resultant value from paragraph (c)(4)(ii)(A) of this 
section for each gas to compute a tpy CO2e.
    (iii) The term emissions increase shall mean that both a significant 
emissions increase (as calculated using the procedures in South Carolina 
Air Pollution Control Regulations and Standards (South Carolina 
Regulations) 61-62.5, Standard No. 7, paragraph (a)(2)(iv)) and a 
significant net emissions increase (as defined in South Carolina Air 
Pollution Control Regulations and Standards (South Carolina Regulations) 
61-62.5, Standard No. 7, paragraphs (b)(34) and (b)(49)(i)) occur. For 
the pollutant GHGs, an emissions increase shall be based on tpy 
CO2e, and shall be calculated assuming the pollutant GHGs is 
a regulated NSR pollutant, and ``significant'' is defined as 75,000 tpy 
CO2e instead of applying the value in South Carolina Air 
Pollution Control Regulations and Standards (South Carolina Regulations) 
61-62.5, Standard No. 7, paragraph (b)(49)(ii).
    (d) Regulation 61-62.5 Standard No. 7--This regulation (submitted on 
July 1, 2005) includes two portions of EPA's 2002 NSR Reform Rules that 
were vacated by the D.C. Circuit Court--Pollution Control Projects 
(PCPs) and clean units. As a result, EPA is disapproving all rules and/
or rule sections in the South Carolina PSD rules referencing clean units 
or PCPs. Specifically, the following South Carolina rules are being 
disapproved: (a)(2)(iv)(e); (a)(2)(iv)(f) (second sentence only); 
(a)(2)(vi); (b)(12); (b)(30)(iii)(h); (b)(34)(iii)(b); (b)(34)(vi)(d); 
(b)(35); (r)(6)--only the reference to the term ``clean unit'' is being 
disapproved. The remainder of this regulatory provision is being 
approved); (r)(7)--only the reference to the term ``clean unit'' is 
being disapproved. The remainder of this regulatory provision is being 
approved); (x); (y) and (z).
    (e) Regulation 61-62.5 Standard No. 7.1--EPA is disapproving two 
provisions of South Carolina's NNSR program (submitted on July 1, 2005) 
that relate to provisions that were vacated from the federal program by 
the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit 
on June 24, 2005. The two provisions vacated from the federal rules 
pertain to Pollution Control Projects (PCPs) and clean units. The PCP 
and clean unit references are severable from the remainder of the NNSR 
program. Specifically, the following sections of South Carolina 
Regulation 61-62.5 Standard No. 7.1 are being disapproved: (b)(5); 
(b)(6)--Second sentence only; (b)(8); (c)(4); (c)(6)(C)(viii); 
(c)(8)(C)(iii); (c)(8)(E)(v); (c)(10); (d)(1)(C)(ix); (d)(1)(C)(x); 
(d)(3)--Only the reference to the term ``clean unit'' is being 
disapproved. The remainder of this regulatory provision is being 
approved; (d)(4)--Only the reference to the term ``clean unit'' is being 
disapproved. The remainder of this regulatory provision is being 
approved; (f); (g) and (h). These disapprovals were amended in 73 FR 
31371, (June 2, 2008)

[45 FR 6575, Jan. 29, 1980, as amended at 60 FR 12702, Mar. 8, 1995; 75 
FR 82560, Dec. 30, 2010; 76 FR 36879, June 23, 2011]



Sec. 52.2124  Legal authority.

    (a)-(c) [Reserved]
    (d) 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.

[37 FR 10892, May 31, 1972, as amended at 39 FR 7284, Feb. 25, 1974; 41 
FR 10065, Mar. 9, 1976; 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. 52.2125  Control strategy: Ozone.

    (a) Determination of attaining data. EPA has determined, as of 
November 15, 2011, the bi-state Charlotte-Gastonia-Rockhill, North 
Carolina-South Carolina nonattainment area has attaining data for the 
1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS. This determination, in accordance with 40 CFR 
51.918, suspends the requirements for this area to submit an attainment 
demonstration, associated reasonably available control measures, a 
reasonable further progress plan, contingency measures, and other 
planning SIPs related to attainment of the

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standards for as long as this area continues to meet the 1997 8-hour 
ozone NAAQS.
    (b) Based upon EPA's review of the air quality data for the 3-year 
period 2008-2010, EPA determined that the Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill, 
North Carolina-South Carolina, 1997 8-hour ozone nonattainment Area 
attained the 1997 8-hour ozone NAAQS by the applicable attainment date 
of June 15, 2011. Therefore, EPA has met the requirement pursuant to CAA 
section 181(b)(2) to determine, based on the Area's air quality as of 
the attainment date, whether the Area attained the standard. EPA also 
determined that the Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill, North Carolina-South 
Carolina, 1997 8-hour ozone nonattainment Area is not subject to the 
consequences of failing to attain pursuant to section 181(b)(2).

[76 FR 70660, Nov. 15, 2011, as amended at 77 FR 13494, Mar. 7, 2012]



Sec. 52.2126  VOC rule deficiency correction.

    Sections I and II of South Carolina's Regulations 62.1 and 62.5 is 
approved. The State submitted these regulations to EPA for approval on 
September 18, 1990. Sections I and II of Regulation 62.5 were intended 
to correct deficiencies cited in a letter calling for the State to 
revise its SIP for ozone from Mr. Greer C. Tidwell, the EPA Regional 
Administrator, to Governor Carroll A. Campbell on May 26, 1988, and 
clarified in a letter from Mr. Winston A. Smith, EPA Region IV, Air, 
Pesticides and Toxics Management Division, to Mr. Otto E. Pearson, 
former Director of the South Carolina Department of Health and 
Environmental Control:
    (a) South Carolina's VOC regulations contain no method for 
determining capture efficiency. This deficiency must be corrected after 
EPA publishes guidance on the methods for determining capture efficiency 
before the SIP for ozone can be fully approved.
    (b) [Reserved]

[57 FR 4161, Feb. 4, 1992, as amended at 59 FR 17937, Apr. 15, 1994]



Sec. Sec. 52.2127-52.2129  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.2130  Control strategy: Sulfur oxides and particulate matter.

    In letters dated May 7, and December 2, 1986, the South Carolina 
Department of Health and Environmental Control 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 Public Service Authority--Winyah, SCE& G--Bowater, and SCE & 
G--Williams.

[54 FR 14651, Apr. 12, 1989]



Sec. 52.2131  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a)-(b) [Reserved]
    (c) All applications and other information required pursuant to 
Sec. 52.21 from sources located in the State of South Carolina shall be 
submitted to the State agency, South Carolina Department of Health and 
Environmental Control, 2600 Bull Street, Columbia, South Carolina 29201, 
rather than to EPA's Region 4 office.

[42 FR 4124, Jan. 24, 1977, as amended at 47 FR 6018, Feb. 10, 1982; 74 
FR 55143, Oct. 27, 2009]



Sec. 52.2132  Visibility protection.

    (a) [Reserved]
    (b) Regulation for visibility monitoring. The provisions of Sec. 
52.26 are hereby incorporated and made a part of the applicable plan for 
the State of South Carolina.
    (c) Long-term strategy. The provisions of Sec. 52.29 are hereby 
incorporated and made part of the applicable plan for the State of South 
Carolina.
    (d) Regional Haze. The requirements of section 169A of the Clean Air 
Act are not met because the regional haze plan submitted by South 
Carolina on December 17, 2007, does not include fully approvable 
measures for meeting the requirements of 40 CFR 51.308(d)(3) and 
51.308(e) with respect to emissions of NOX and SO2 
from electric generating units. EPA has given limited disapproval to the 
plan provisions addressing these requirements.
    (e) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated with NOX. The 
deficiencies associated with NOX identified

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in EPA's limited disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by 
South Carolina on December 17, 2007, are satisfied by Sec. 52.2140.
    (f) Measures Addressing Limited Disapproval Associated with SO2. The 
deficiencies associated with SO2 identified in EPA's limited 
disapproval of the regional haze plan submitted by South Carolina on 
December 17, 2007, are satisfied by Sec. 52.2141.

[50 FR 28553, July 12, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 45137, Nov. 24, 1987; 
77 FR 33658, June 7, 2012; 77 FR 38515, June 28, 2012]



Sec. 52.2133  General conformity.

    The General Conformity regulations adopted into the South Carolina 
State Implementation Plan which were submitted on November 8, 1996. 
South Carolina incorporated by reference regulations 40 CFR part 51, 
subpart W--determining conformity of General Federal Actions to State or 
Federal Implementation Plans.

[62 FR 32538, June 16, 1997]



Sec. 52.2134  Original identification of plan section.

    (a) This section identifies the original ``South Carolina Air 
Quality Implementation Plan'' and all revisions submitted by South 
Carolina that were federally approved prior to July 1, 1997.
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 21, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified:
    (1) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions to the plan submitted on 
May 4, 1972, by the South Carolina Pollution Control Authority.
    (2) Letter requesting delegation of authority submitted on July 21, 
1972, by the Governor.
    (3) Miscellaneous wording changes in paragraph 2.B.4 of Regulation 
1A; in Sections I.B., II.B, and II.C of Standard 1A; in Section II.D of 
Standards 2A and in paragraph II of Regulation 4A submitted on August 
23, 1972, by the Governor.
    (4) Compliance schedules submitted on February 16, 1973, by the 
South Carolina Pollution Control Authority.
    (5) Categorical compliance schedule regulation submitted on August 
16, 1973, by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental 
Control.
    (6) Revised SO2 emission limits for fuel combustion 
sources submitted on March 14, 1974, by the South Carolina Department of 
Health and Environmental Control.
    (7) AQMA identification material submitted on March 22, 1974, by the 
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
    (8) Revised legal authority with respect to the public availability 
of emission data, submitted on October 15, 1975, by the Governor of 
South Carolina.
    (9) Revised particulate emission limits for existing fuel burning 
sources and requirements for continuous in-stack monitoring and 
reporting of opacity by certain of these sources, submitted January 13 
and March 30, 1977, by the South Carolina Department of Health and 
Environmental Control. (The revised particulate limits do not apply to 
International Paper Company's Georgetown facility or to the South 
Carolina Electric and Gas Company's Hagood Plant in Charleston; for 
these two sources, the plan's original emission limits continue to 
apply.)
    (10) Permit changes, specified below, were submitted by the South 
Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control on May 9, 1979. 
These changes provide emissions offset for R. R. Donnelley and Sons 
Company, and apply to M. Lowenstein and Sons, Inc., as follows:
    (i) Operating permit number O/P-42-167 for the operation of five (5) 
Kingsley Roller Print Dryers (Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, and 7) is cancelled with 
these dryers not to be operated after June 1, 1979.
    (ii) Operating permit number O/P-42-170 through O/P-42-179 for 
screen print machine Nos. 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, and 12 are reissued 
to reflect the total and permanent transition from solvent-based print 
pastes to water-based print pastes on these machines as of June 1, 1979.
    (11) 1979 implementation plan revision for nonattainment areas, 
submitted on December 20, 1978, by the South Carolina Department of 
Health and Environmental Control.

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    (12) Variance granted to Bowater Carolina Corporation until April 1, 
1981, for increased particulate emissions and opacity limits, and 
revised regulation 61.62.1(B)(II), submitted on April 24, 1980, by the 
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
    (13) Changes in and supplements to 1979 implementation plan 
revisions for nonattainment areas, submitted on April 4, June 13, July 
6, August 14, August 22, 1979, and on April 29, 1981, by the South 
Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control. Included are a 
special operating permit for Macalloy Corporation and the following 
regulation changes:

R. 62.5, Standard No. 5, Section II, revised definition of VOC (formerly 
located in R. 62.5, Standard No. 5, Section I, Part A);
R. 62.5, Standard No. 5, Section II, revised VOC regulation-Petroleum 
liquid storage tanks (formerly R. 62.5, Standard 5, Section II, Part B);
R. 62.1, Section I, revised definition of ``fugitive dust'';
R. 62.5, Standard No. 5, Section I, Part E--VOC--Case-by-Case 
Exceptions;
R. 62.5, Standard No. 1, Section I, Part C--VE--Special Provisions.

    (14) Revisions in emergency episode plan, submitted on September 10, 
1980, by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental 
Control.
    (15) Air quality surveillance plan revision to satisfy the 
requirements of 40 CFR part 58, submitted on March 10, 1980 by the South 
Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
    (16) Provision for public participation to satisfy section 127(a) of 
the Clean Air Act, submitted on March 10, 1980 by the South Carolina 
Department of Health and Environmental Control.
    (17) Standard No. 6, Alternative Emission Reduction Options, 
submitted on June 17, 1981, by the South Carolina Department of Health 
and Environmental Control.
    (18) Set II VOC regulations, submitted on September 10, 1980, by the 
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
    (19) Alternative compliance schedule for Cryovac Division of W. R. 
Grace, Simpsonville, submitted on January 5, 1981, by the South Carolina 
Department of Health and Environmental Control.
    (20) Implementation plan for lead, submitted on May 1, 1980, by the 
South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
    (21) Prevention of significant deterioration SIP, submitted on April 
14, 1981, by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental 
Control.
    (22) Provision for variance from conditions of operating permits, 
submitted on June 7, 1982, by the South Carolina Department of Health 
and Environmental Control.
    (23) Revised visible emissions standard for incinerators and revised 
regulation for alternate emission limitation options (bubbles), 
submitted on June 7, 1982, by the South Carolina Department of Health 
and Environmental Control. EPA is not taking action on that portion of 
this regulation (Regulation No. 62.5, Standard No. 6, Section II, Part 
D) pertaining to alternative emission limitation options for designated 
pollutants subject to regulation under section 111(d) of the Clean air 
Act.
    (24) Special Operating Permit for South Carolina Electric and Gas 
Company-Williams Power Station, submitted on June 25, 1982, by the South 
Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control.
    (25) Visibility new source review regulations and narrative 
visibility SIP were submitted to EPA on June 3, 1985.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of June 3, 1985, from the South Carolina Department of 
Health and Environmental Control, and amendments to Regulation No. 62.5, 
Standard No. 7, Section IV, Part H; Regulation No. 62.5, Standard No. 7, 
Section IV, Part E; and Regulation No. 62.5, Standard No. 7, Section I, 
Part CC, adopted by the South Carolina Board of Health and Environmental 
Control on May 21, 1985.
    (ii) Additional material.
    (A) Narrative section, titled ``Visibility Protection Control 
Strategy'', adopted by the South Carolina Board of Health and 
Environmental Control on May 21, 1985.
    (26) Changes in Regulations 62.2, 62.3, and 62.5, submitted on March 
3, May 5, and July 11, 1983 by the South Carolina Department of Health 
and Environmental Control.

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    (27) On March 3, and August 17, 1983 and September 5, 1984, Appendix 
B, a Methodology Manual for use with Standards for Volatile Organic 
Compounds, and on May 12, 1983, and January 23, 1980, studies for 
Appendix J, Transportation Control Plans for Columbia and Charleston, 
were submitted to EPA by the South Carolina Department of Health and 
Environmental Control.
    (28) Stack height regulations were submitted to EPA on June 11, 
1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of June 11, 1986, from the South Carolina Department of 
Health and Environmental Control transmitting stack height regulations.
    (B) Regulation 62.7, Good Engineering Practice Stack Height, adopted 
on April 24, 1986, and effective on May 23, 1986.
    (C) Addition of item 10 to Section I, Definitions, of regulation 
62.1, adopted on April 24, 1986, and effective on May 23, 1986.
    (D) Addition of item A.2.f to Section II, Permit Requirements, of 
regulation 62.1, adopted on April 24, 1986, and effective on May 23, 
1986.
    (ii) Other material--none.
    (29) Process opacity monitoring requirements were submitted to EPA 
on March 24, 1986 and July 8, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Letter of March 24, 1986 to EPA from the South Carolina 
Department of Health and Environmental Control, and amendments to Air 
Pollution Control Regulation No. 62.5, Standard No. 4, which was 
effective on February 28, 1986.
    (ii) Other material--none.
    (30) [Reserved]
    (31) Changes in South Carolina's SIP submitted to EPA on June 5, 
1985, by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental 
Control.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Changes in South Carolina's Regulations which were adopted May 
24, 1985:
    (1) Regulations 62.1, Section I (Definitions) No. 1 and Section III 
(Emission Inventory)
    (2) Regulation 62.2 (Prohibition of Open Burning)
    (3) Regulation 62.3 (Air Pollution Episodes); except for Section I 
and Section II Introductory paragraph
    (4) Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 1 (Emissions From Fuel Burning 
Operations), Section IV, Part B, Section V, and Section VII
    (5) Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 4 (Emissions from Process 
Industries), Except for Section III, Section VIII(A), and Section XI 
Introductory paragraph
    (6) Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 7 (Prevention of Significant 
Deterioration), Section I, Parts B(1), E, F and Q(2)
    (7) Regulation 62.6 (Control of Fugitive Particulate Matter), 
Section I (b) and (c) and Section III (c) and (d)
    (ii) Other material.
    (32) Provisions for PM10 submitted on April 29, 1988 and 
April 4, 1989, by the South Carolina Department of Health and 
Environmental Control. The April 29, 1988, submittal contained revisions 
that were effective on April 22, 1988. The April 4, 1989, submittal 
contained revisions that were effective on March 24, 1989.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulation 62.1, Definitions, Permit Requirements, and Emissions 
Inventory as revised by the addition on April 22, 1988, of Section I, 
Nos. 22, 23, 25, and 42.
    (B) The following portions of Regulation 62.3, Air Pollution 
Episodes were revised April 22, 1988.
    (1) Section I.
    (2) Section II, Introductory paragraph.
    (C) The following portions of Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 1--
Emissions from Fuel Burning Operations were revised April 22, 1988:
    (1) Section II, Title.
    (2) Section VI, Introductory paragraph
    (D) Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 2--Ambient Air Quality Standards 
revised April 22, 1988.
    (E) The following portions of Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 4--
Emissions from Process Industries were revised April 22, 1988.
    (1) Section III
    (2) Section VIII (A)
    (3) Section XI, Introductory paragraph

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    (F) The following portions of Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 7--
Prevention of Significant Deterioration were revised April 22, 1988.
    (1) Section I, Part V(1)
    (2) Section II, Part A
    (3) Section III Part H(1)
    (4) Section IV Part E(4)
    (G) The following portions of Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 7--
Prevention of Significant Deterioration were revised March 24, 1989.
    (1) Section III, Part D, (6) and (7)
    (2) Section III Part (J)(3), (4), and (5)
    (3) Section IV Part (H)(4)
    (ii) Other materials.
    (A) Letters of April 29, 1988, and April 4, 1989, from the South 
Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control which address 
PM10 revisions.
    (B) Revised narrative on particulate matter.
    (33) Changes in South Carolina's SIP submitted to EPA on March 16, 
1989, by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental 
Control.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulation 62.5 Standard No. 4. Sections I thru VIII and Tables 
A and B effective April 22, 1988.
    (B) Changes in South Carolina's Regulations which were effective 
March 24, 1989:

1. Regulation 62.1: Section I Definitions. 9 and 38 and Section III 
Emission Inventory.
2. Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 1 Emissions from Fuel Burning 
Operations: Section I, Part D; Section IV, Paragraph A.2.a. and Part D.
3. Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 2 Ambient Air Quality Standards: 
Introductory paragraph.
4. Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 4 Emissions from Process Industries: 
Section IX and X.
5. Regulation 62.5, Standard No. 7 Prevention of Significant 
Deterioration: Section 1 B(1)(a) and Part L

    (ii) Additional Material.
    (A) March 16, 1989, letter from South Carolina Department of Health 
and Environmental Control.
    (34) Changes in South Carolina's SIP submitted to EPA on September 
18, 1990, by the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental 
Control.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) The following revision to South Carolina's State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) which became effective on August 24, 1990:
    (1) Regulation 61-62.1:
    (i) Section II,A,1. Applicability
    (ii) Standard No. 5.1:

Section I,A.
Section III,A,1.
Section III,D.
Section III,L.
Section IV,B.

    (2) Regulation 61-62.5:
    (i) Standard No. 7:

    Section I,C,(4)
Section I,Part M
Section I,Part N
Section I,Part O
Section I, BB
Section II A.
Section II D,(1),(e)
Section II D,(3),(a)
Section IV,D,(1)
Section IV H,(4)

    (3) Regulation 61-62.1
    (i) Section I,74.
    (4) Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 5
    (i) Section I,A: 9,22,27-78
    (ii) Section I,C,1,b,(vi)
    (iii) Section I,E,4
    (iv) Section I,E,12
    (v) Part F. Recordkeeping, Reporting, Monitoring
    (vi) Part G. Equivalency Calculations
    (vii) Section II--Provisions for Specific Sources

Part A. Surface Coating of Cans
Part B,2. Control Technology
Part C
Part D
Part E Surface Coating of Magnet Wire
Part F,2. and 3.
Part G,3. Control Technology

    (ii) Other material.
    (A) None.
    (35) [Reserved]
    (36) The maintenance plan for Cherokee County submitted by the South 
Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control on July 20, 
1992, as part of the South Carolina SIP.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Cherokee County Ozone Attainment Demonstration and Ten Year 
Maintenance Plan effective June 11, 1992.
    (B) Emissions Inventory Projections for Cherokee County effective 
June 11, 1992.
    (ii) Other material.

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    (A) July 20, 1992 letter from the Department of Health and 
Environmental Control. Ten Year Maintenance Plan effective June 11, 
1992.
    (B) Emission Inventory Projections for Cherokee County effective 
June 11, 1992.
    (iii) Other material.
    (A) July 20, 1992 letter from the Department of Health and 
Environmental Control.
    (37) The VOC Recordkeeping regulations for ozone nonattainment 
areas, PSD NOX increment regulations, and regulations listing 
the definition of VOC submitted by South Carolina Department of Health 
and Environmental Control on July 23, 1992, as part of the South 
Carolina SIP.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) South Carolina Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 5, section I, 
part F, covering VOC Recordkeeping, Reporting, and Monitoring; 
Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 7, section I, part C, paragraph 4; 
section I, part M; section I, part N; section I, part O; section I, part 
BB; section II, part A; section II, part D, paragraph 1, subparagraph e; 
section II, part D, paragraph 3, subparagraph a; section IV, part D, 
paragraph 1; section IV, part H, paragraph 4; covering PSD. These 
regulations were effective August 24, 1990, and submitted September 18, 
1990.
    (B) South Carolina Regulation 61-62.1, section I, paragraph 74, 
covering the definition of VOC; Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 5, 
section I, part F, paragraph 3, covering VOC Recordkeeping in ozone 
nonattainment areas; and Regulation 61-62.5, Standard No. 7, section I, 
part O and section IV, part H, paragraph 4 covering PSD. These 
regulations were effective June 26, 1992, and submitted July 23, 1992.
    (ii) Other material.
    (A) July 23, 1992, letter from the South Carolina Department of 
Health and Environmental Control to Region IV EPA.
    (B) [Reserved]
    (38) The South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental 
Control has submitted revisions to the South Carolina Air Quality 
Implementation Plan on November 12, 1993. These revisions address the 
requirements of section 507 of title V of the Clean Air Act and 
establish the Small Business Stationary Source Technical and 
Environmental Program.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) The submittal of the state of South Carolina's Small Business 
Assistance Program which was adopted on September 9, 1993.
    (ii) Additional material. None.
    (39) The PSD regulation revisions to the South Carolina State 
Implementation Plan which were submitted on March 3, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulations 61-62.5, Standard No. 7 Prevention of Significant 
Deterioration; I.C(4), I.N(1)(c), I.O(2)(b), I.O(3), II.A, II.D, 
III.D(10)(b), III.H(1), III.I(1) through III.I(2)ii, IV.D (1) & (2), and 
IV.H(4) effective on November 25, 1994.
    (ii) Other material. none
    (40) The minor source operating permit program for South Carolina, 
submitted by the Department of Health and Environmental Control on July 
12, 1995, and as part of the South Carolina SIP.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Regulation 61-62.1, Section I.3, 13, 19, 50, 72, and 73, Section 
II.F.2, Section II.F.2.e, Section II.G, and Section II.H of the South 
Carolina SIP which became effective on June 23, 1995.
    (ii) Other material. None.

[37 FR 10892, May 31, 1972. Redesignated and amended at 62 FR 35444, 
July 1, 1997]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec. 
52.2134, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.



Sec. 52.2140  Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the 
FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of nitrogen oxides?

    (a)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located 
in the State of South Carolina and Indian country within the borders of 
the State and for which requirements are set forth under the TR 
NOX Annual Trading Program in subpart AAAAA of part 97 of 
this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to 
comply with such requirements with regard to sources and units in the

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State will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the 
Administrator of a revision to South Carolina's State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) as correcting in part the SIP's deficiency that is the basis 
for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under Sec. 52.38(a), except to 
the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional. The 
obligation to comply with such requirements with regard to sources and 
units located in Indian country within the borders of the State will not 
be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of 
a revision to South Carolina's SIP.
    (2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a)(1) of this 
section, if, at the time of the approval of South Carolina's SIP 
revision described in paragraph (a)(1) of this section, the 
Administrator has already started recording any allocations of TR 
NOX Annual allowances under subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this 
chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the 
provisions of subpart AAAAA of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the 
Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of TR 
NOX Annual allowances to units in the State for each such 
control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by 
such approval of the State's SIP revision.
    (b)(1) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located 
in the State of South Carolina and Indian country within the borders of 
the State and for which requirements are set forth under the TR 
NOX Ozone Season Trading Program in subpart BBBBB of part 97 
of this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to 
comply with such requirements with regard to sources and units in the 
State will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the 
Administrator of a revision to South Carolina's State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) as correcting in part the SIP's deficiency that is the basis 
for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under Sec. 52.38(b), except to 
the extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional. The 
obligation to comply with such requirements with regard to sources and 
units located in Indian country within the borders of the State will not 
be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of 
a revision to South Carolina's SIP.
    (2) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (b)(1) of this 
section, if, at the time of the approval of South Carolina's SIP 
revision described in paragraph (b)(1) of this section, the 
Administrator has already started recording any allocations of TR 
NOX Ozone Season allowances under subpart BBBBB of part 97 of 
this chapter to units in the State for a control period in any year, the 
provisions of subpart BBBBB of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the 
Administrator to complete the allocation and recordation of TR 
NOX Ozone Season allowances to units in the State for each 
such control period shall continue to apply, unless provided otherwise 
by such approval of the State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48373, Aug. 8, 2011]



Sec. 52.2141  Interstate pollutant transport provisions; What are the 
FIP requirements for decreases in emissions of sulfur dioxide?

    (a) The owner and operator of each source and each unit located in 
the State of South Carolina and Indian country within the borders of the 
State and for which requirements are set forth under the TR 
SO2 Group 2 Trading Program in subpart DDDDD of part 97 of 
this chapter must comply with such requirements. The obligation to 
comply with such requirements with regard to sources and units in the 
State will be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the 
Administrator of a revision to South Carolina's State Implementation 
Plan (SIP) as correcting in part the SIP's deficiency that is the basis 
for the TR Federal Implementation Plan under Sec. 52.39, except to the 
extent the Administrator's approval is partial or conditional. The 
obligation to comply with such requirements with regard to sources and 
units located in Indian country within the borders of the State will not 
be eliminated by the promulgation of an approval by the Administrator of 
a revision to South Carolina's SIP.

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    (b) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (a) of this section, 
if, at the time of the approval of South Carolina's SIP revision 
described in paragraph (a) of this section, the Administrator has 
already started recording any allocations of TR SO2 Group 1 
allowances under subpart CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter to units in 
the State for a control period in any year, the provisions of subpart 
CCCCC of part 97 of this chapter authorizing the Administrator to 
complete the allocation and recordation of TR SO2 Group 1 
allowances to units in the State for each such control period shall 
continue to apply, unless provided otherwise by such approval of the 
State's SIP revision.

[76 FR 48373, Aug. 8, 2011]



                         Subpart QQ_South Dakota



Sec. 52.2170  Identification of plan.

    (a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State 
Implementation Plan for South Dakota under section 110 of the Clean Air 
Act, 42 U.S.C. 7410 and 40 CFR part 51 to meet national ambient air 
quality standards or other requirements under the Clean Air Act.
    (b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed in paragraphs 
(c) and (d) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to November 
15, 2004 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 submitted by the state to EPA, and 
notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal 
Register. Entries for paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with EPA 
approval dates after November 15, 2004, will be incorporated by 
reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.
    (2) EPA Region 8 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 November 15, 2004.
    (3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be 
inspected at the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 8, 999 18th 
Street, Suite 300, Denver, Colorado, 80202-2466; Air and Radiation 
Docket and Information Center, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 
Room B-108 (Mail Code 6102T), 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, 
DC 20460; and the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). 
For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call (202) 
741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/federal--register/code--of--
federal--regulations/ibr--locations.html.
    (c) EPA approved regulations.
    (1) State of South Dakota Regulations

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                                                                 State      EPA approval date
         State citation                Title/subject        effective date   and citation \1\     Explanations
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                                              74:36:01 Definitions
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74:36:01:01....................  Definitions                     6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  74:36:01:01(8)(e), (29),                   11/2007.
                                  (30), (77).
74:36:01:05....................  Applicable Requirements         6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  of the Clean Air Act                       11/2007.
                                  Defined.
74:36:01:20....................  Physical change or change       6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  in the method of                           11/2007.
                                  operation.
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                                          74:36:02 Ambient Air Quality
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
74:36:02:02....................  Ambient air quality             6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  standards.                                 11/2007.
74:36:02:03....................  Methods of sampling and         6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  analysis.                                  11/2007.
74:36:02:04....................  Air quality monitoring          6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  network.                                   11/2007.
74:36:02:05....................  Ambient air monitoring          6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  requirements.                              11/2007.
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                                          74:36:03 Air Quality Episodes
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
74:36:03:01....................  Air pollution emergency         6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  episode.                                   11/2007.
74:36:03:02....................  Episode emergency               6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  contingency plan.                          11/2007.
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                                  74:36:04 Operating Permits for Minor Sources
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74:36:04:04....................  Standard for issuance of        6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  operating permit.                          11/2007.
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                                   74:36:06 Regulated Air Pollutant Emissions
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74:36:06:04....................  Particulate emission               1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                  restrictions for                           46403.
                                  incinerators and waste
                                  wood burners.
74:36:06:06....................  Stack performance test...          1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                                                             46403.
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                                  74:36:07 New Source Performance Standards \2\
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74:36:07:08....................  Ash Disposal requirements        12/29/96  5/22/00, 65 FR
                                                                             32033.
74:36:07:11....................  Additional permit                  4/4/99  5/22/00, 65 FR
                                  requirements for asphalt                   32033.
                                  plants (repealed).
74:36:07:29....................  Operating requirements            4/22/93  9/6/95, 60 FR
                                  for wire reclamation                       46222.
                                  furnaces.
74:36:07:30....................  Monitoring requirements           4/22/93  9/6/95, 60 FR
                                  for wire reclamation                       46222.
                                  furnaces.
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                                74:36:09 Prevention of Significant Deterioration
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74:36:09:01....................  Applicability............         9/18/06  72 FR 72617......
74:36:09:01.01.................  Prevention of significant         9/18/06  72 FR 72617......
                                  deterioration permit
                                  required.
74:36:09:02....................  Prevention of significant         6/28/10  6/30/11, 7/22/
                                  deterioration.                             11,76 FR 43912.
74:36:09:03....................  Public participation.....         6/28/10  6/30/11, 7/22/11,
                                                                             76 FR 43912.
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                                           74:36:10 New Source Review
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
74:36:10:02....................  Definitions..............          1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                                                             46403.
74:36:10:03.01.................  New source review                  1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                  preconstruction permit                     46403.
                                  required.
74:36:10:05....................  New source review                  1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                  preconstruction permit.                    46403.
74:36:10:07....................  Determining credit for             1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                  emission offsets.                          46403.
74:36:10:08....................  Projected actual                   1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                  emissions.                                 46403.
74:36:10:09....................  Clean unit test for                1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                  emission units subject                     46403.
                                  to lowest achievable
                                  emission rate.
74:36:10:10....................  Clean unit test for                1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                  emission units                             46403.
                                  comparable to lowest
                                  achievable emission rate.
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                                          74:36:11 Performance Testing
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
74:36:11:01....................  Stack performance testing       6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  or other testing methods.                  11/2007.
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                                      74:36:12 Control of Visible Emissions
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74:36:12:01....................  Restrictions on visible         6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  emissions.                                 11/2007.
74:36:12:03....................  Exceptions granted to           6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  alfalfa pelletizers or                     11/2007.
                                  dehydrators.
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                                 74:36:13 Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems
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74:36:13:02....................  Minimum performance             6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  specifications for all                     11/2007.
                                  continuous emission
                                  monitoring systems.
74:36:13:03....................  Reporting requirements...       6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                                                             11/2007.
74:36:13:04....................  Notice to department of         6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  exceedance.                                11/2007.
74:36:13:06....................  Compliance certification.       6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                                                             11/2007.
74:36:13:07....................  Credible evidence........       6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                                                             11/2007.
74:36:13:08....................  Compliance Assurance            6/13/2006  72 FR 57864; 10/
                                  Monitoring.                                11/2007.
74:36:13:07....................  Credible evidence........          1/2/05  8/14/06, 71 FR
                                                                             46403.
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                                 74:36:17 Rapid City Street Sanding and Deicing
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74:36:17:01....................  Applicability............         2/11/96  6/10/02, 67 FR
                                                                             39619.
74:36:17:02....................  Reasonable available              2/11/96  6/10/02, 67 FR
                                  control technology.                        39619.
74:36:17:03....................  Street sanding                    2/11/96  6/10/02, 67 FR
                                  specifications.                            39619.
74:36:17:04....................  Street deicing and                2/11/96  6/10/02, 67 FR
                                  maintenance plan.                          39619.
74:36:17:05....................  Street sanding and                2/11/96  6/10/02, 67 FR
                                  sweeping recordkeeping.                    39619.
74:36:17:06....................  Inspection authority.....         2/11/96  6/10/02, 67 FR
                                                                             39619.
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                        74:36:18 Regulations for State Facilities in the Rapid City Area
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74:36:18:01....................  Definitions..............          7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                                                             2671.
74:36:18:02....................  Applicability............          7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                                                             2671.
74:36:18:03....................  Permit required..........          7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                                                             2671.
74:36:18:04....................  Time period for permits            7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                  and renewals.                              2671.
74:36:18:05....................  Required contents of a             7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                  complete application for                   2671.
                                  a permit.
74:36:18:06....................  Contents of permit.......          7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                                                             2671.
74:36:18:07....................  Permit expiration........          7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                                                             2671.
74:36:18:08....................  Renewal of permit........          7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                                                             2671.
74:36:18:09....................  Reasonably available               7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                  control technology                         2671.
                                  required.
74:36:18:10....................  Visible emission limit             7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                  for construction and                       2671.
                                  continuous operation
                                  activities.
74:36:18:11....................  Exception to visible               7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                  emission limit.                            2671.
74:36:18:12....................  Notice of operating                7/1/02  1/20/04, 69 FR
                                  noncompliance--Contents.                   2671.
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                                         74:36:21 Regional Haze Program
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74:36:21:01....................  Applicability............         12/7/10  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                                                             24845.
74:36:21:02....................  Definitions..............         9/19/11  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                                                             24845.
74:36:21:03....................  Existing stationary               12/7/10  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                  facility defined.                          24845.
74:36:21:04....................  Visibility impact                 12/7/10  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                  analysis.                                  24845.
74:36:21:05....................  BART determination.......         12/7/10  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                                                             24845.
74:36:21:06....................  BART determination for a          9/19/11  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                  BART-eligible coal-fired                   24845.
                                  power plant.
74:36:21:07....................  Installation of controls          12/7/10  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                  based on visibility                        24845.
                                  impact analysis or BART
                                  determination.
74:36:21:08....................  Operation and maintenance         12/7/10  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                  of controls.                               24845.
74:36:21:09....................  Monitoring,                       9/19/11  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                  recordkeeping, and                         24845.
                                  reporting.
74:36:21:10....................  Permit to construct......         12/7/10  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                                                             24845.
74:36:21:11....................  Permit required for BART          12/7/10  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                  determination.                             24845.
74:36:21:12....................  Federal land manager              12/7/10  4/26/12, 77 FR
                                  notification and review.                   24845.
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\1\ In order to determine the EPA effective date for a specific provision that is listed in this table, consult
  the Federal Register cited in this column for that particular provision.
\2\ The listed provisions are the only provisions of 74:36:07 included in the SIP.

    (2) Pennington County Ordinance.

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                                                                      EPA approval date and
  Ordinance citation          Title/subject         Adoption date          citation \3\           Explanations
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                      Ordinance #12--Fugitive Dust Regulation--1.0 Control of Fugitive Dust
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1.1..................  Applicability.............        12/12/78  7/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.2..................  Definitions...............        12/12/78  7/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.3..................  Standard of Compliance....        12/12/78  7/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.4..................  Reasonably available              12/12/78  7/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
                        control technology
                        required.
1.5..................  Fugitive dust control             12/12/78  7/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
                        permits required for
                        construction activities,
                        i.e., temporary
                        operations.
1.6..................  Compliance plans and              12/12/78  7/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
                        schedules required, i.e.,
                        continuous operations.
1.7..................  Enforcement procedures....        12/12/78  7/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
1.8..................  Establishment of                  12/12/78  7/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
                        administrative mechanisms.
1.9..................  Separability..............        12/12/78  7/30/79, 44 FR 44494.
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\3\ In order to determine the EPA effective date for a specific provision that is listed in this table, consult
  the Federal Register cited in this column for that particular provision.

    (d) EPA-approved source-specific requirements.

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                                                             State       EPA approval date and
        Name of source           Nature of requirement  effective date       citation \4\         Explanations
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South Dakota State University   Variance No. AQ 79-02.         3/18/82  7/7/83, 48 FR 31199...  Variance expired
 steam generating Plant.                                                                             on 3/18/85.
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\4\ In order to determine the EPA effective date for a specific provision that is listed in this table, consult
  the Federal Register cited in this column for that particular provision.

    (e) EPA-approved nonregulatory provisions.

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                                     Applicable
   Name of nonregulatory SIP     geographic or non-    State submittal    EPA approval date      Explanations
           provision               attainment area    date/adopted date    and citation \5\
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
I. South Dakota's Air Pollution  Statewide.........  Submitted: 1/27/72  5/31/72, 37 FR
 Control Implementation Plan.                         and 5/2/72          10842 with
 Contains the following                               Adopted: 1/17/72.   correction and
 sections:                                                                clarification on 7/
 A. Introduction                                                          27/72, 37 FR
 B. Legal Authority                                                       15080.
 C. Control Strategy
 D. Compliance Schedule
    E. Prevention of Air
     Pollution Emergency
     Episodes
    F. Air Quality Surveillance
    G. Review of New Sources
     and Modifications
    H. Source Surveillance
    I. Resources
    J. Intergovernmental
     Cooperation
II. Part D Plan for Total        Rapid City........  Submitted: 12/27/   7/30/79 44 FR
 Suspended Particulate.                               78 Adopted: 12/78.  44494.
III. SIP to meet Air Quality     Statewide.........  Submitted: 1/21/80  9/4/80, 45 FR
 Monitoring 40 CFR part 58,                                               58528.
 subpart c, paragraph 58.20 and
 public notification required
 under section 127 of the Clean
 Air Act.
IV. Lead SIP...................  Statewide.........  Submitted: 5/4/84.  9/26/84, 49 FR
                                                                          37752.
V. Stack Height Demonstration    Statewide.........  Submitted: 8/20/96  6/7/89, 54 FR
 Analysis.                                            and 12/3/86.        24334.
VI. Commitment to revise stack   Statewide.........  Submitted: 5/11/88  9/2/88, 53 FR
 height rules in response to                                              34077.
 NRDC v. Thomas, 838 F.2d 1224
 (DC Cir. 1988).
VII. PM10 Committal SIP........  Statewide.........  Submitted: 7/12/88  10/5/90, 55 FR
                                                                          4083.1
VIII. Small Business Assistance  Statewide.........  Submitted: 11/10/   10/25/94, 59 FR
 Program.                                             92 and 4/1/94.      53589.
IX. Commitment regarding permit  Rapid City........  Submitted: 7/19/95  6/10/02, 67 FR
 exceedences of the PM10                                                  39619.
 standard in Rapid City.
X. Interstate Transport. South   Statewide.........  Submitted: 5/15/07  5/8/08, 73 FR
 Dakota Interstate Transport                         Adopted: 4/19/07..   26019.
 Report satisfying the
 requirement of Section
 110(a)(2)(D)(i) of the CAA for
 the 1997 8-hour ozone and PM
 2.5 standards.
XI. Section 110(a)(2)            Statewide.........  2/1/08............  6/30/11, 7/22/11,    ..................
 Infrastructure Requirements                                              76 FR 43912
 for the 1997 8-hour Ozone
 NAAQS.
XII. South Dakota Regional Haze  Statewide.........  Submitted: 1/21/11  4/26/12, 77 FR       Excluding portions
 State Implementation Plan.                                               24845                of the following:
                                                                                               Sections 7.2,
                                                                                               7.3, 7.4, and 8.5
                                                                                               because these
                                                                                               provisions were
                                                                                               superseded by a
                                                                                               later submittal.

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XIII. South Dakota Regional      Statewide.........  Submitted: 9/19/11  4/26/12, 77 FR       Including only
 Haze State Implementation                                                24845                portions of the
 Plan, Amendment.                                                                              following:
                                                                                               Sections 7.2,
                                                                                               7.3, 7.4, and
                                                                                               8.5; excluding
                                                                                               all other
                                                                                               portions of the
                                                                                               submittal.
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\5\ In order to determine the EPA effective date for a specific provision that is listed in this table, consult
  the Federal Register cited in this column for that particular provision.


[70 FR 11128, Mar. 8, 2005, as amended at 71 FR 46407, Aug. 14, 2006; 72 
FR 57868, Oct. 11, 2007; 72 FR 72621, Dec. 21, 2007; 73 FR 26024, May 8, 
2008; 76 FR 43917, July 22, 2011; 77 FR 24856, Apr. 26, 2012]



Sec. 52.2171  Classification of regions.

    The South Dakota plan 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 Sioux City Interstate...................         III        III       III       III           III
Metropolitan Sioux Falls Interstate..................          II        III       III       III           III
Black Hills--Rapid City Intrastate...................         III        III       III       III           III
South Dakota Intrastate..............................         III        III       III       III           III
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[37 FR 10893, May 31, 1972]



Sec. 52.2172  Approval status.

    (a) With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator 
approves South Dakota's plan as meeting the requirements of section 110 
of the Clean Air Act, as amended in 1977. Furthermore, the Administrator 
finds that the plan satisfies all requirements of Part D of the Clean 
Air Act, as amended in 1977.
    (b)(1) Insofar as the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) 
provisions found in this subpart apply to stationary sources of 
greenhouse gas (GHGs) emissions, the Administrator approves that 
application only to the extent that GHGs are ``subject to regulation'', 
as provided in this paragraph (b), and the Administrator takes no action 
on that application to the extent that GHGs are not ``subject to 
regulation.''
    (2) Beginning January 2, 2011, the pollutant GHGs is subject to 
regulation if:
    (i) The stationary source is a new major stationary source for a 
regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will emit or will 
have the potential to emit 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; or
    (ii) The stationary source is an existing major stationary source 
for a regulated NSR pollutant that is not GHGs, and also will have an 
emissions increase of a regulated NSR pollutant, and an emissions 
increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e or more; and,
    (3) Beginning July 1, 2011, in addition to the provisions in 
paragraph (b)(2) of this section, the pollutant GHGs shall also be 
subject to regulation:
    (i) At a new stationary source that will emit or have the potential 
to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e; or
    (ii) At an existing stationary source that emits or has the 
potential to emit 100,000 tpy CO2e, when such stationary 
source undertakes a physical change or change in the method of operation 
that will result in an emissions increase of 75,000 tpy CO2e 
or more.
    (4) For purposes of this paragraph (b)--
    (i) The term greenhouse gas shall mean the air pollutant defined in 
40 CFR 86.1818-12(a) as the aggregate

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group of six greenhouse gases: Carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, methane, 
hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons, and sulfur hexafluoride.
    (ii) The term tpy CO2 equivalent emissions 
(CO2e) shall represent an amount of GHGs emitted, and shall 
be computed as follows:
    (A) Multiplying the mass amount of emissions (tpy), for each of the 
six greenhouse gases in the pollutant GHGs, by the gas's associated 
global warming potential published at Table A-1 to subpart A of 40 CFR 
part 98--Global Warming Potentials.
    (B) Sum the resultant value from paragraph (b)(4)(ii)(A) of this 
section for each gas to compute a tpy CO2e.
    (iii) The term emissions increase shall mean that both a significant 
emissions increase (as calculated using the procedures in 40 CFR 
52.21(a)(2)(iv)) and a significant net emissions increase (as defined in 
paragraphs 40 CFR 52.21(b)(3) and (b)(23)(i)) occur. For the pollutant 
GHGs, an emissions increase shall be based on tpy CO2e, and 
shall be calculated assuming the pollutant GHGs is a regulated NSR 
pollutant, and ``significant'' is defined as 75,000 tpy CO2e 
instead of applying the value in 40 CFR 52.21(b)(23)(ii).

[75 FR 82561, Dec. 30, 2010]



Sec. 52.2173  Legal authority.

    (a) The requirements of Sec. 51.230(f) of this chapter are not met 
since the South Dakota Compiled Law 34-16A-21 provides that data which 
relates to processes or production unique to the owner or which tend to 
adversely affect a competitive position of the owner shall be held 
confidential.
    (b) Delegation of authority: Pursuant to section 114 of the Act, 
South Dakota requested a delegation of authority to enable it to 
collect, correlate and release emission data to the public. The 
Administrator has determined that South Dakota is qualified to receive a 
delegation of the authority it requested. Accordingly, the Administrator 
delegates to South Dakota his authority under sections 114(a) (1) and 
(2) and section 114(c) of the Act, i.e., authority to collect, 
correlate, and release emission data to the public.

[37 FR 15089, July 27, 1972, as amended at 51 FR 40676, Nov. 7, 1986]



Sec. Sec. 52.2174-52.2177  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.2178  Significant deterioration of air quality.

    (a) The South Dakota plan, as submitted, is approved as meeting the 
requirements of part C, subpart 1 of the CAA, except that it does not 
apply to sources proposing to construct on Indian reservations;
    (b) Regulations for preventing significant deterioration of air 
quality. The provisions of Sec. 52.21 except paragraph (a)(1) are 
hereby incorporated and made a part of the South Dakota State 
implementation plan and are applicable to proposed major stationary 
sources or major modifications to be located on Indian reservations.

[43 FR 26410, June 19, 1978, as amended at 45 FR 52741, Aug. 7, 1980; 59 
FR 47261, Sept. 15, 1994; 68 FR 11324, Mar. 10, 2003; 68 FR 74490, Dec. 
24, 2003; 72 FR 72621, Dec. 21, 2007]



Sec. 52.2179  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 Sec. Sec. 52.26 and 52.28 are hereby incorporated and 
made a part of the applicable plan for the State of South Dakota.
    (c) Long-term strategy. The provisions of Sec. 52.29 are hereby 
incorporated and made part of the applicable plan for the State of South 
Dakota.

[50 FR 28553, July 12, 1985, as amended at 52 FR 45137, Nov. 24, 1987]



Sec. 52.2180  Stack height regulations.

    The State of South Dakota 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 (DC Cir. 1988). In a letter to Douglas M. 
Skie, EPA, dated May 11, 1988, Joel C. Smith,

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Administrator, Office of Air Quality and Solid Waste, 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 comport with 
the EPA's modified requirements. The State of South Dakota agrees to 
make the appropriate changes.''

[53 FR 34079, Sept. 2, 1988]



Sec. 52.2181  [Reserved]



Sec. 52.2182  PM10 Committal SIP.

    On July 12 1988, the State submitted a Committal SIP for the Rapid 
City Group II PM10 area, as required by the PM10 
implementation policy. The SIP commits the State to continue to monitor 
for PM10 and to submit a full SIP if a violation of the 
PM10 National Ambient Air Quality Standards is detected. It 
also commits the State to make several revisions related to 
PM10 to the existing SIP.

[55 FR 40834, Oct. 5, 1990]



Sec. 52.2183  Variance provision.

    The revisions to the variance provisions in Chapter 74:26:01:31.01 
of the South Dakota Air Pollution Control Program, which were submitted 
by the Governor's designee on September 25, 1991, are disapproved 
because they are 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.

[58 FR 37426, July 12, 1993]



Sec. 52.2184  Operating permits for minor sources.

    Emission limitations and related provisions established in South 
Dakota minor source operating permits, which are issued in accordance 
with ARSD 74:36:04 and which are submitted to EPA in a timely manner in 
both proposed and final form, 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 will 
be based upon the permit, permit approval procedures, or permit 
requirements which do not conform with the operating permit program 
requirements of EPA's underlying regulations.

[60 FR 46228, Sept. 6, 1995]



Sec. 52.2185  Change to approved plan.

    South Dakota Air Pollution Control Program Chapter 74:36:07, New 
Source Performance Standards, is removed from the approved plan, except 
for sections 74:36:07:08, 74:36:07:11 and 74:36:07:29-30. On April 2, 
2002, we issued a letter delegating responsibility for all sources 
located, or to be located, in the State of South Dakota subject to the 
specified NSPS in 40 CFR part 60. See the table in 40 CFR 60.4 for the 
delegation status of NSPS to the State of South Dakota.

[67 FR 57521, Sept. 11, 2002]



Sec. 52.2186  Original identification of plan section.

    (a) This section identifies the original ``Air Implementation Plan 
for the State of South Dakota'' and all revisions submitted by South 
Dakota that were federally approved prior to November 15, 2004.
    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 27, 1972.
    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates 
specified.
    (1) Request for delegation of authority submitted January 27, 1972, 
by the Governor.
    (2) Clarification of control regulations (section 1.8.4) submitted 
April 27, 1972, by the State Department of Health.
    (3) Clarification of control regulations (section 1.8.4) submitted 
May 2, 1972, by the Governor.
    (4) On December 4, 1975, the Governor of South Dakota submitted 
revisions and additions to the air pollution control regulations 
(Article 34:10 of the Administrative Rules of South Dakota). The 
submittal updated rules and regulations; review procedures for newand 
modified direct sources; variance and enforcement procedure revisions; 
episode procedure changes; and the addition of new source performance 
standards similar to those of EPA.

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    (5) Provisions to meet the requirements of Part D of the Clean Air 
Act, as amended in 1977 were submitted on January 3, 1979.
    (6) A new control strategy for Brookings, South Dakota was submitted 
on April 16, 1979.
    (7) On January 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, and Public Notification required under section 127 of 
the Clean Air Act.
    (8) Provisions to meet the requirements of Part D of the Clean Air 
Act, as amended in 1977, were submitted on October 16, 1980.
    (9) On September 13, 1982, the Governor submitted a plan revision 
for a new control strategy for Brookings, South Dakota and an amendment 
to the opacity regulation for alfalfa pelletizers.
    (10) On May 4, 1984, the Governor submitted a plan revision for lead 
and repealed the hydrocarbon standard.
    (11) On January 28, 1988, the Governor submitted a plan revision (1) 
updating citations to Federal regulations in the South Dakota air 
pollution control regulations (Administrative Rules of South Dakota 
74:26), (2) adopting new ambient air quality standards for particulates 
(PM10), (3) revising the State administrative procedures for 
handling permit hearings and contested cases, and (4) correcting 
deficiencies in the stack height regulations.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota (ARSD) 
74:26:01:12, ARSD 74:26:01:35, ARSD 74:26:01:37, ARSD 74:26:01:64, ARSD 
74:26:08 through ARSD 74:26:23, inclusive, and addition of a new 
section, ARSD 74:26:02:35, were revised through November 24, 1987.
    (12) In a letter dated August 7, 1986, the Governor submitted 
revisions to the South Dakota SIP adopting federal stack height 
regulations (Administrative Rules of South Dakota 74:26). In a letter 
dated August 20, 1986, the Administrator, Office of Air Quality and 
Solid Waste of South Dakota, submitted the stack height demonstration 
analysis with supplemental information submitted on December 3, 1986.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota 74:26 
effective on May 21, 1986. The changes consisted of incorporating 
definitions for good engineering practices and dispersion techniques 
into 74:26:01:12, standard for the issuance of construction permit.
    (B) Stack height demonstration analysis submitted by the State with 
letters dated August 20, 1986 and December 3, 1986.
    (13) On September 25, 1992 and February 24, 1992, the Governor of 
South Dakota submitted revisions to the plan for new source performance 
standards and asbestos.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Air Pollution Control Program, Sections 
74:26:08-74:26:21 and 74:26:23-74:26:25, New Source Performance 
Standards, effective May 13, 1991, Section 74:26:26, Standards of 
Performance for Municipal Waste Combustors, effective November 24, 1991, 
and Section 74:26:22, Emission Standards for Asbestos Air Pollutants, 
effective December 2, 1991.
    (14) On September 25, 1991, the designee of the Governor of South 
Dakota submitted revisions to the plan for new source review, operating 
permits, and the PM-10 Group II requirements.
    (i) Incorporation by reference
    (A) Revisions to the Air Pollution Control Program, Sections 
74:26:01-74:26:08, effective May 13, 1991.
    (ii) Additional material
    (A) Letter dated April 14, 1992, from the South Dakota Department of 
Environment and Natural Resources to EPA.
    (15) On November 10, 1992, the Governor of South Dakota's designee 
submitted a plan for the establishment and implementation of a Small 
Business Assistance Program to be incorporated into the South Dakota 
State Implementation Plan as required by section 507 of the Clean Air 
Act. An amendment to the plan was submitted by the Governor's designee 
on April 1, 1994.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) November 10, 1992 letter from the Governor of South Dakota's 
designee submitting a Small Business Assistance Program plan to EPA.

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    (B) April 1, 1994 letter from the Governor of South Dakota's 
designee submitting an amendment to the South Dakota Small Business 
Assistance Program plan to EPA.
    (C) The State of South Dakota amended plan for the establishment and 
implementation of a Small Business Assistance Program, adopted January 
12, 1994 by the South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural 
Resources.
    (D) South Dakota Codified Laws 34A-1-57, effective July 1, 1992 and 
34A-1-58 through 60, effective July 1, 1993, which gives the State of 
South Dakota the authority to establish and fund the South Dakota Small 
Business Assistance Program.
    (16) On November 12, 1993 and March 7, 1995, the designee of the 
Governor of South Dakota submitted revisions to the plan, which included 
revised regulations for definitions, minor source construction and 
federally enforceable state operating permit (FESOP) rules, source 
category emission limitations, sulfur dioxide rule corrections, new 
source performance standards (NSPS), new source review (NSR) 
requirements for new and modified major sources impacting nonattainment 
areas, and enhanced monitoring and compliance certification 
requirements. The State also requested that the existing State 
regulations approved in the South Dakota SIP be replaced with the 
following chapters of the recently recodified Administrative Rules of 
South Dakota (ARSD): 74:36:01-74:36:04, 74:36:06; 74:36:07, 74:36:10-
74:36:13, and 74:36:15, as in effect on January 5, 1995.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air 
Pollution Control Program, Chapters 74:36:01 (except 74:36:01:01(2) and 
(3)); 74:36:02-74:36:04, 74:36:06; 74:36:07, 74:36:10-74:36:13, and 
74:36:15, effective April 22, 1993 and January 5, 1995.
    (17) On May 2, 1997, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota 
submitted revisions to the plan. The revisions pertain to revised 
regulations for definitions, minor source operating permits, open 
burning, and performance testing. The State's SIP submittal requested 
that EPA replace the previous version of the ARSD approved into the SIP 
with the following chapters of the ARSD as in effect on December 29, 
1996: 74:36:01 through 74:36:03, 74:36:04 (with the exception of section 
74:36:04:03.01), 74:36:06, 74:36:07, 74:36:10-13, and 74:36:17. EPA is 
replacing all of the previously approved State regulations, except the 
NSPS rules in ARSD 74:36:07, with those regulations listed in paragraph 
(c)(17)(i)(A). ARSD 74:36:07, as in effect on January 5, 1995 and as 
approved by EPA at 40 CFR 52.2170(c)(16)(i)(A), will remain part of the 
SIP. [Note that EPA is not incorporating the revised ARSD 74:36:07, new 
ARSD 74:36:11:04, or new ARSD 74:36:17 in this action, as these chapters 
will be acted on separately by EPA.]
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air 
Pollution Control Program, Chapters 74:36:01-03; 74:36:04 (except 
section 74:36:04:03.1); 74:36:06; 74:36:10, 74:36:11 (with the exception 
of ARSD 74:36:11:04), 74:36:12, and 74:36:13, effective December 29, 
1996.
    (18) On May 2, 1997 and on May 6, 1999, the designee of the Governor 
of South Dakota submitted revisions to the new source performance 
standards in subchapter 74:36:07 of the Administrative Rules of South 
Dakota (ARSD).
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air 
Pollution Control Program, Chapter 74:36:07--New Source Performance 
Standards, subsections 74:36:07:01 through 74:36:07:10, 74:36:07:12 
through 74:36:07:28, 74:36:07:31 through 74:36:07:33, and 74:36:07:43, 
effective December 29, 1996.
    (B) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air 
Pollution Control Program, Chapter 74:36:07--New Source Performance 
Standards, subsections 74:36:07:06.02, 74:36:07:07.01, 74:36:07:11, and 
74:36:07:43, effective April 4, 1999.
    (19) On May 2, 1997 and on May 6, 1999, the designee of the Governor 
of South Dakota submitted provisions in Section 74:36:11:04 of the 
Administrative Rules of South Dakota. The provisions allow permitted 
sources to request permission to test a new fuel or raw material, to 
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with existing equipment and to determine air emission rates, before 
requesting a permit amendment or modification if certain conditions are 
met.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Revisions to the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air 
Pollution Control Program, Chapter 74:36:11, Performance Testing, 
section 74:36:11:04, effective April 4, 1999.
    (20) On January 22, 1996, the designee of the Governor of South 
Dakota submitted provisions in Section 74:36:17 of the Administrative 
rules of South Dakota. The provisions consist of street sanding 
requirements that apply within the city limits of Rapid City, South 
Dakota.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Air Pollution Control 
Program, Chapter 74:36:17.
    (ii) Additional materials.
    (A) Letter of March 25, 1994 from South Dakota Department of 
Environment and Natural Resources discussing whether EPA should 
designate Rapid City as nonattainment for the PM-10 standard.
    (B) Letter of July 19, 1995 from EPA Region VIII discussing with the 
South Dakota Department of Environment and Natural Resources the 
exceedances of the PM-10 standard measured in the Rapid City.
    (C) Letter of November 16, 1995 from the South Dakota Department of 
Environment and Natural Resources describing the commitment the State of 
South Dakota has toward permit exceedances of the PM-10 standard in the 
future.
    (D) Letter of January 22, 1996 from the South Dakota Department of 
Environment and Natural Resources transmitting Rapid City street sanding 
requirements.
    (21) On May 6, 1999 and June 30, 2000, South Dakota submitted 
revisions to its Air Pollution Control Program Rules. The sections of 
the rule being approved replace the same numbered sections that have 
previously been approved into the SIP. The provisions of section 
74:36:07, except 74:36:07:29 and 74:36:07:30, which have previously been 
incorporated by reference in paragraphs (c)(16)(i)(A) and (c)(18)(i) of 
this section, are being removed from the South Dakota SIP.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Sections 74:36:01:01(1) through (79), effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:01:03, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:05, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:01:07, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:08, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:01:10, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:17, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:01:20, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:02:02, effective 6/27/2000; 
74:36:02:03, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:02:04, effective 6/27/2000; 
74:36:02:05, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:04:03, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:04:09, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:11, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:04:12, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:12.01, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:04:13, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:01:14, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:04:18, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:19, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:04:20, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:20.01, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:04:20.04, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:04:22, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:06:02, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:06:03, effective 4/4/1999; 
74:36:06:07, effective 4/4/1999; 74:36:11:01, effective 6/27/2000; 
74:36:12:01, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:13:02, effective 6/27/2000; 
74:36:13:03, effective 6/27/2000; 74:36:13:04, effective 6/27/2000; and 
74:36:13:07, effective 6/27/2000.
    (22) On June 27, 2002, the designee of the Governor of South Dakota 
submitted revisions to the State Implementation Plan. The June 27, 2002 
submittal consists of revisions to the Administrative Rules of South 
Dakota. These revisions add a new chapter 74:36:18, ``Regulations for 
State Facilities in the Rapid City Area''. Chapter 74:36:18 regulates 
fugitive emissions of particulate matter from state facilities and state 
contractors that conduct a construction activity or continuous operation 
activity within the Rapid City air quality control zone.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.
    (A) Chapter 74:36:18 of the Administrative Rules of South Dakota, 
effective July 1, 2002.
    (23) On September 12, 2003, the designee of the Governor of South 
Dakota submitted revisions to the State Implementation Plan. The 
September 12, 2003 submittal revises the following chapters of the 
Administrative Rules of South Dakota: 74:36:01, 74:36:04, 74:36:10 and 
74:36:11.
    (i) Incorporation by reference.

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    (A) Administrative Rules of South Dakota, Chapter 74:36:01, sections 
74:36:01:01(77), 74:36:01:01(80), and 74:36:01:01(81); Chapter 74:36:04, 
sections 74:36:04:06, 74:36:04:32 and 74:36:04:33; Chapter 74:36:10, 
except section 74:36:10:01; and Chapter 74:36:11, section 74:36:11:01, 
effective September 1, 2003.

[37 FR 15089, July 27, 1972]

    Editorial Note: For Federal Register citations affecting Sec. 
52.2186, see the List of CFR Sections Affected, which appears in the 
Finding Aids section of the printed volume and at www.fdsys.gov.



                          Subpart RR_Tennessee



Sec. 52.2219  Conditional approval.

    (a) Conditional Approval--Submittal from the State of Tennessee, 
through the Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC), dated 
December 14, 2007, to address the Clean Air Act (CAA) infrastructure 
requirements for the 1997 8-hour ozone National Ambient Air Quality 
Standards. On March 28, 2012, TDEC supplemented their December 14, 2007, 
submission with a commitment to address the deficient requirements of 
CAA section 110(a)(2)(E)(ii) of the CAA, which requires state compliance 
with section 128(a)(1) of the CAA. EPA is conditionally approving 
Tennessee's submittal with respect to CAA section 110(a)(2)(E)(ii) 
specifically related to the adoption of enforceable measures contained 
in CAA section 128(a)(1).
    (b) Conditional Approval--Submittals from the State of Tennessee, 
through the Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC), dated 
December 14, 2007, and October 19, 2009, to address the Clean Air Act 
(CAA) infrastructure requirements for the 1997 annual and 2006 24-hour 
PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality Standards. With respect to 
CAA section 110(a)(2)(E)(ii), specifically related to the adoption of 
enforceable measures contained in CAA section 128(a)(1), EPA 
conditionally approved TDEC's March 28, 2012, commitment on June 25, 
2012. Tennessee must submit to EPA by July 23, 2013, SIP revisions 
adopting specific enforceable measures related to CAA sections 128(a)(1) 
as described in the State's letter of commitment.
    (c) Conditional Approval--Submittal from the State of Tennessee, 
through the Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC), dated 
October 4, 2012, to address the Clean Air Act (CAA) sections 
110(a)(2)(C), prong 3 of 110(a)(2)(D)(i), and 110(a)(2)(J) for the 2008 
8-hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality Standards. EPA is 
conditionally approving TDEC's submittal with respect to the PSD 
requirements of CAA sections 110(a)(2)(C), prong 3 of 110(a)(2)(D)(i), 
and 110(a)(2)(J), specifically related to the adoption of enforceable 
provisions for PSD increments as detailed in TDEC's October 4, 2012, 
commitment letter. Tennessee must submit to EPA by March 6, 2014, a SIP 
revision adopting specific enforceable measures related to PSD 
increments as described in the State's letter of commitment.
    (d) Conditional Approval--Submittal from the State of Tennessee, 
through the Department of Environment and Conservation (TDEC), dated 
October 19, 2009, to address the Clean Air Act (CAA) section 
110(a)(2)(E)(ii) for the 2008 8-hour Ozone National Ambient Air Quality 
Standards. With respect to CAA section 110(a)(2)(E)(ii), specifically 
related to the adoption of enforceable measures contained in CAA section 
128(a)(1), EPA published in the Federal Register a final rulemaking to 
conditionally approve TDEC's March 28, 2012, commitment on July 23, 
2012. Tennessee must submit to EPA by July 23, 2013, SIP revisions 
adopting specific enforceable measures related to CAA sections 128(a)(1) 
as described in the State's letter of commitment.
    (e) Conditional Approval. On October 4, 2012, Tennessee submitted a 
commitment letter to EPA requesting conditional approval of specific 
enforceable measures related to prong 3 of section 110(a)(2)(D)(i); 
specifically, the PM2.5 PSD Increment-SILs-SMC Rule (only as 
it relates to PM2.5 increments) for the 1997 annual and 2006 
24-hour fine particulate matter (PM2.5) national ambient air 
quality standards. EPA is conditionally approving Tennessee's commitment 
to address outstanding requirements promulgated in the PM2.5 
PSD Increment-SILs-SMC Rule (only as it relates to PM2.5 
increments). If

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Tennessee fails to submit these revisions by March 6, 2014, the 
conditional approval will automatically become a disapproval on that 
date and EPA will issue a finding of disapproval.

[77 FR 43000, July 23, 2012, as amended at 77 FR 45961, Aug. 2, 2012; 78 
FR 14456, Mar. 6, 2013;78 FR 18244, Mar. 26, 2013]

    Effective Date Note: At 78 FR 36443, June 18, 2013, Sec. 52.2219 
was