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Approval and Promulgation of Air Quality Implementation Plans; Virginia; Revised Format for Materials Being Incorporated by Reference; Approval of Recodification of the Virginia Administrative Code

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AGENCY:

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

ACTION:

Direct final rule.

SUMMARY:

EPA is approving revisions to the Virginia State Implementation Plan submitted on January 13, 1998 and June 7, 1999 by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality. These submittals include a recodification of and associated administrative revisions to Virginia's air pollution control regulations. This recodification reorganizes and renumbers the Virginia SIP to match the numbering system set forth in the Virginia Administrative Code. EPA is also revising the format of regulations for materials submitted by Virginia that are incorporated by reference (IBR) into their respective State implementation plans (SIPs). These provisions include both rules and source-specific requirements which EPA has approved as part of the Virginia SIP.

DATES:

This rule is effective on June 20, 2000 without further notice, unless EPA receives adverse written comment by May 22, 2000. If EPA receives such comments, it will publish a timely withdrawal of the direct final rule in the Federal Register and inform the public that the rule will not take effect.

ADDRESSES:

Written comments should be mailed to Marcia L. Spink, Associate Director, Office of Air Programs, Mailcode 3AP20, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region III, 1650 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103. Copies of the documents relevant to this action are available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Air Protection Division, Start Printed Page 21316U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region III, 1650 Arch Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19103; the Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, 401 M Street, SW, Washington, DC 20460; and the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, 629 East Main Street, Richmond, Virginia, 23219.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Harold A. Frankford, (215) 814-2108 or by e-mail at frankford.harold@epa.gov.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Throughout this document, whenever “we” “us”, or “our” is used, we mean EPA.

I. Revised IBR Document

The supplementary information is organized in the following order:

What a SIP Is

How EPA Enforces SIPs

How the State and EPA Updates the SIP

How EPA Compiles the SIPs

How EPA Organizes the SIP Compilation

Where You Can Find a Copy of the SIP Compilation

The Format of the New Identification of Plan Section

When a SIP Revision Become Federally Enforceable

The Historical Record of SIP Revision Approvals

What EPA Is Doing In This Action

How This Document Complies With the Federal Administrative Requirements for Rulemaking

What a SIP Is

Each state has a SIP containing the control measures and strategies used to attain and maintain the national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS). The SIP is extensive, containing such elements as air pollution control regulations, emission inventories, monitoring network, attainment demonstrations, and enforcement mechanisms.

How EPA Enforces SIPs

Each state must formally adopt the control measures and strategies in the SIP after the public has had an opportunity to comment on them. They are then submitted to EPA as SIP revisions on which EPA must formally act.

Once these control measures and strategies are approved by EPA, after notice and comment, they are incorporated into the Federally approved SIP and are identified in Part 52 (Approval and Promulgation of Implementation Plans), Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR Part 52). The full text of the state regulation approved by EPA is not reproduced in its entirety in 40 CFR Part 52, but is “incorporated by reference”. This means that EPA has approved a given state regulation with a specific effective date. This format allows both EPA and the public to know which measures are contained in a given SIP, and insures that the State is enforcing the regulations. It also allows EPA and the public to take enforcement action, should a State not enforce its SIP-approved regulations.

How the State and EPA Update the SIP

The SIP is a living document which the state can revise as necessary to address the unique air pollution problems in the state. Therefore, EPA from time to time must take action on SIP revisions containing new and/or revised regulations as being part of the SIP. On May 22, 1997 (62 FR 27968), EPA revised the procedures for incorporating by reference Federally-approved SIPs, as a result of consultations between EPA and OFR.

We began the process of developing: (1) A revised SIP document for each state that would be IBR under the provisions of 1 CFR Part 51; (2) a revised mechanism for announcing EPA approval of revisions to an applicable SIP and updating both the IBR document and the CFR; and (3) a revised format of the “Identification of Plan” sections for each applicable subpart to reflect these revised IBR procedures. The description of the revised SIP document, IBR procedures, and “Identification of Plan” format are discussed in further detail in the May 22, 1997, Federal Register document.

How EPA Compiles the SIPs

The Federally-approved regulations, source-specific permits, and nonregulatory provisions (entirely or portions of) submitted by each state agency have been compiled by EPA into a “SIP compilation.” The SIP compilation contains the updated regulations, source-specific permits, and nonregulatory provisions approved by EPA through previous rulemaking actions in the Federal Register. The compilations are contained in three-ring binders and will be updated, primarily on an annual basis.

How EPA Organizes the SIP Compilation

Each compilation contains three parts. Part one contains the regulations, part two contains the source-specific requirements that have been approved as part of the SIP and part three contains nonregulatory provisions that have been EPA approved. Each part consists of a table of identifying information for each SIP-approved regulation, each SIP-approved source-specific permit, and each nonregulatory SIP provision. In this action, EPA is publishing the tables summarizing Parts one and two for each State. The table of identifying information in the compilation corresponds to the table of contents published in 40 CFR Part 52 for these states. EPA will publish the summary list of Part Three SIP provisions for Virginia in a separate action. EPA Regional Offices have the primary responsibility for ensuring accuracy and updating the compilations.

Where You Can Find a Copy of the SIP Compilation

EPA Region III developed and will maintain the compilation for Virginia. A copy of the full text of each state's regulatory and source-specific SIP compilation will also be maintained at the OFR and EPA's Air Docket and Information Center.

The Format of the New Identification of Plan Section

In order to better serve the public, EPA revised the organization of the “Identification of Plan” section and included additional information to clarify the enforceable elements of the SIP. The revised Identification of Plan section contains five subsections:

1. Purpose and scope

2. Incorporation by reference

3. EPA-approved regulations

4. EPA-approved source-specific permits

5. EPA-approved nonregulatory provisions such as transportation control measures, statutory provisions, control strategies, monitoring networks, etc.

When a SIP Revision Becomes Federally Enforceable

All revisions to the applicable SIP become Federally enforceable as of the effective date of the revisions to paragraphs (c), (d), or (e) of the applicable Identification of Plan section found in each subpart of 40 CFR Part 52.

The Historical Record of SIP Revision Approvals

To facilitate enforcement of previously approved SIP provisions and provide a smooth transition to the new SIP processing system, EPA retains the original Identification of Plan section, previously appearing in the CFR as the first or second section of Part 52 for each state subpart. After an initial two-year period, EPA will review its experience with the new system and enforceability of previously approved SIP measures and will decide whether Start Printed Page 21317or not to retain the Identification of Plan appendices for some further period.

II. Recodification Submittals

On March 6, 1992, the Virginia State Assembly enacted Chapter 216—an act to amend Section 9-77.7, Code of Virginia, effective July 1, 1992. The amendment authorized reorganization of the Virginia Administrative Code (VAC), including reorganization of the air pollution control regulations. Beginning April 17, 1995, Virginia began publication of the air pollution control regulations in the new format. Virginia also announced the adoption of the new format for the Appendices, effective July 1, 1997. The final version of the Appendices were published in the May 26, 1997 Virginia Register of Regulations.

Public Hearings Held: December 18, 1997, in Richmond.

A. Revised Structure of Virginia's Regulations

Under the revised VAC system, Title 9 is the designated title for provisions related to the Environment, while Agency Number 5 corresponds to the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ), Bureau of Air Pollution Control. Hence, Virginia's air pollution control regulations are cited as 9 VAC 5-xxx-xxx. This citation system replaces System VR-120-01, the general cite for Virginia's regulations for the Control and Abatement of Air Pollution prior to July 1, 1992. When approved, the regulation numbering format for the Federally-enforceable Virginia SIP regulations would mirror those of the State-enforceable regulations, with some exceptions.

Because Virginia's air pollution control regulations are extensive, they are arranged in subgroups such as chapters, parts, articles, and sections under the 9 VAC 5 system. The Virginia regulations under VR-120-01 also were arranged in subgroups, but with different names. Here is a comparison chart:

Group type9 VAC 5 headingVR-120-01 heading
Main DivisionChapterPart.
First SubdivisionPart
Second SubdivisionArticleRule (Part IV) or Section (Part VIII).
Third SubdivisionSectionSection or Subsection [Part VIII rules].

Virginia Regulation 9 VAC 5 contains 10 chapters (10, 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 160, and 170), as described below:  

Chapter 10 General Definitions

Chapter 20 General Provisions

Chapter 30 Ambient Air Quality Standards

Chapter 40 Existing Stationary Sources

Chapter 50 New and Modified Stationary Sources

Chapter 70 Air Pollution Episode Prevention

Chapter 80 Permits for Stationary Sources

Chapter 91 Regulations for the Control of Motor Vehicle Emissions in Northern Virginia

Chapter 160 General Conformity Rules

Chapter 170 Regulation for General Administration

Within 9 VAC 5 Chapter 40, there are two major parts— Special Provisions (Part I) and Emissions Standards (Part II). Part I consists of provisions covering the following topics:

—Applicability

—Compliance (consisting of compliance schedules and methods for interpreting compliance of emissions standards based on process weight tables)

—Emissions testing

—Source monitoring

—Notification, records, and reporting

Part II consists of articles which contain general provisions governing visible emissions and fugitive dust/emissions, open burning, mobile sources, and designated source categories. These articles are listed below:

Article 1 Visible Emissions and Fugitive Dust/emissions

Article 4 General Process Operations

Article 5 Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products Manufacturing Operations

Article 6 Rubber Tire Manufacturing Operations

Article 7 Incinerators

Article 8 Fuel Burning Equipment

Article 9 Coke Ovens

Article 10 Asphalt Concrete Plants

Article 11 Petroleum Refinery Operations

Article 12 Chemical Fertilizer Manufacturing Operations

Article 13 Kraft Pulp Mills

Article 14 Sand and Gravel Processing Operations and Stone Quarrying and Processing Operations

Article 15 Coal Preparation Plants

Article 16 Portland Cement Plants

Article 17 Woodworking Operations

Article 18 Primary and Secondary Metal Operations

Article 19 Lightweight Aggregate Process Operations

Article 20 Feed Manufacturing Operations

Article 21 Sulfuric Acid Production Plants

Article 22 Sulfur Recovery Operations

Article 23 Nitric Acid Production Units

Article 24 Solvent Metal Cleaning Operations

Article 25 Volatile Organic Compound Storage and Transfer Operations

Article 26 Large Coating Application Systems

Article 27 Magnet Wire Costing Application Systems

Article 28 Automobile and Light Duty Truck Coating Application Systems

Article 29 Can Coating Application Systems

Article 30 Metal Coil Coating Application Systems

Article 31 Paper and Fabric Coating Application Systems

Article 32 Vinyl Coating Application Systems

Article 33 Metal Furniture Coating Application Systems

Article 34 Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products Coating Application Systems

Article 35 Flatwood Paneling Coating Application Systems

Article 36 Graphic Arts Printing Processes

Article 37 Petroleum Liquid Storage and Transfer Operations

Article 38 Dry Cleaning Systems

Article 39 Asphalt Paving Operations

Article 40 Open Burning

Article 41 Mobile Sources

Article 45 Lithographic Printing Processes

Within each article, there are about 16 to 20 sections. The general section titles for the SIP-approved rules consist of the following topics:

1. Applicability and Designation of Facility

2. Definitions

3. Specific emission standards for various pollutants (generally, there is one separate section for each pollutant)

4. Control technology guidelines (whenever the article contains emission standards for volatile organic compounds)

5. Standard for visible emissions

6. Standard for fugitive dust/emissions

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9. Monitoring

10. Notification, records, and reporting

11. Registration

12. Facility and control equipment maintenance or malfunction

13. Permits

B. Revisions to Appendices

Virginia has incorporated Appendices A through S under the old VR-120 format into the regulatory structure of the 9 VAC 5 format. The citation of the SIP-approved Appendices that are cited under the VR-120 format are redesignated as follows:

Old SIP citation (VR-120)New SIP citation (9VAC 5)
Appendix A5-10-30
Appendix B5-20-200
Appendix G5-20-202
Appendix H5-20-203
Appendix J5-40-41
Appendix K5-20-204
Appendix M5-20-21
Appendix N5-40-21
Appendix P5-20-206
Appendix Q5-40-22
Appendix R5-80-11
Appendix S5-20-121

C. Administrative Revisions to the State Regulations Reflecting Revisions or Additions to Certain Definitions of Terms

Virginia has added or revised certain definitions to reflect: (1) A restructuring of the Virginia Administrative Code: (2) the use of the Virginia Register to officially announce proposed and adopted Commonwealth rules and regulations; and (3) the creation of the Virginia Department of the Environment. These definitions are described below:

1. Administrative Process Act

Old: Title 9, Section 1.1:1 of the Code of Virginia (1950), as amended

Revised: Chapter 1.1:1 (§ 9-6.14:1 et seq.) of Title 9 of the Code of Virginia

2. Department (Added)

Any employee or other representative of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, as designated by the Director

3. Director (Revised)

Refers to the Director of the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality, replacing the old term Executive Director [of the Virginia State Air Pollution Control Board].

4. Virginia Air Pollution Control Law

Old: Title 10, Chapter 1.2 of the Code of Virginia (1950), as amended

Revised: Chapter 13 (§ 10.1-1300 et seq.) of Title 9 of the Code of Virginia

5. Virginia Register Act (Added)

Chapter 1.2 (§ 9-6.15 et seq.) of Title 9 of the Code of Virginia EPA's approval of the recodified Virginia air pollution control regulations also includes revisions to the text of definitions and regulations found in Chapters 10 through 200 to reflect: (1) References to revised regulatory citations described in the current Administrative Process Act, Virginia Register Act, and Virginia Air Pollution Control Law; and (2) references to the Department [of Environmental Quality] or Department Director

D. Revised Structure of 9 VAC 5, Chapter 80

On June 7, 1999, Virginia submitted a revised and restructured numbering systems for 9 VAC 5 Chapter 80, Article 9 (permits for major sources and major modifications locating in nonattainment areas). This SIP revision submittal will restructure the following SIP-approved regulations:

State citation (9 VAC 5)Title/subjectState effective dateFormer SIP citation (120-08-03X)Last EPA approval date (VR-120-08-03—effective 1/1/93)
Article 9Permits for Major Stationary Sources and Major Modifications locating in Nonattainment Areas
5-80-2000Applicability1/1/93 4/1/99.03A9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2010Definitions1/1/93 4/1/99.03B9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2020General1/1/93 4/1/99.03C9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2030Applications1/1/93 4/1/99.03D9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2040Information required1/1/93 4/1/99.03E9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2050Standards/conditions for granting permits1/1/93 4/1/99.03F 9/21/9964 FR 51047
5-80-2060Action on permit application1/1/93 4/1/99.03G9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2070Public Participation1/1/93 4/1/99.03H9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2080Compliance determination and verification by performance testing1/1/93 4/1/99.03I9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2090Application review and analysis1/1/93 4/1/99.03J9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2100Circumvention1/1/93 4/199.03K9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2110Interstate pollution abatement1/1/93 4/1/99.03L9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2120Offsets1/1/93 4/1/99.03M9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2130De minimis increases and stationary source modification alternatives for ozone nonattainment areas classified as serious or severe in 9 VAC 5-20-2041/1/93 4/1/99.03N9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2140Exception1/1/93 4/1/99.03O9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2150Compliance with local zoning requirements1/1/93 4/1/99.03P9/21/99 64 FR 51047
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5-80-2160Reactivation and Permit Shutdown1/1/93 4/1/99.03Q9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2170Transfer of Permits1/1/93 4/1/99.03R9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2180Revocation of permit1/1/93 4/1/99.03S9/21/99 64 FR 51047
5-80-2190Existence of permit no defense1/1/93 4/1/99.03T9/21/99 64 FR 51047

Virginia's June 7, 1999 submittal which restructures the major new source and modification permitting requirements applicable to nonattainment areas consists of administrative and format changes; there are no substantive wording changes to the current federally-enforceable provisions.

Public Hearings held: December 4, 1998, in Richmond

In a separate action, EPA will review additional revisions to Virginia's administrative provisions (9 VAC 5-20 and 9 VAC 5-170) submitted on February 18, 1998 and March 4, 1998, as well as Part II of Virginia's general conformity provisions (9 VAC 5-160), submitted by Virginia on April 20, 1998.

III. EPA Evaluation of Recodification Submittals

EPA's action will have no adverse impact on the NAAQS for the various criteria pollutants governed by Virginia's revised rules. EPA concludes that the recodification of Virginia's regulations and revised administrative provisions have no direct impact on current ambient air quality. For the most part, EPA will be able to cite the same regulatory citations used by Virginia in the event of a federal enforcement action. Differences between the Federally enforceable Virginia SIP regulatory citations and those of the Virginia's which are not Federally enforceable are noted in the chart of regulations listed in revised 40 CFR § 52.2420(c).

In 1995, Virginia adopted legislation that provides, subject to certain conditions, for an environmental assessment (audit) “privilege” for voluntary compliance evaluations performed by a regulated entity.

The legislation further addresses the relative burden of proof for parties either asserting the privilege or seeking disclosure of documents for which the privilege is claimed. Virginia's legislation also provides, subject to certain conditions, for a penalty waiver for violations of environmental laws when a regulated entity discovers such violations pursuant to a voluntary compliance evaluation and voluntarily discloses such violations to the Commonwealth and takes prompt and appropriate measures to remedy the violations. Virginia's Voluntary Environmental Assessment Privilege Law, Va. Code Sec. 10.1-1198, provides a privilege that protects from disclosure documents and information about the content of those documents that are the product of a voluntary environmental assessment. The Privilege Law does not extend to documents or information: (1) That are generated or developed before the commencement of a voluntary environmental assessment; (2) that are prepared independently of the assessment process; (3) that demonstrate a clear, imminent and substantial danger to the public health or environment; or (4) that are required by law.

On January 12, 1997, the Commonwealth of Virginia Office of the Attorney General provided a legal opinion that states that the Privilege law, Va. Code Sec. 10.1-1198, precludes granting a privilege to documents and information “required by law,” including documents and information “required by federal law to maintain program delegation, authorization or approval,” since Virginia must “enforce federally authorized environmental programs in a manner that is no less stringent than their federal counterparts. * * *” The opinion concludes that “[r]egarding § 10.1-1198, therefore, documents or other information needed for civil or criminal enforcement under one of these programs could not be privileged because such documents and information are essential to pursuing enforcement in a manner required by federal law to maintain program delegation, authorization or approval.”

Virginia's Immunity law, Va. Code Sec. 10.1-1199, provides that “[t]o the extent consistent with requirements imposed by Federal law,” any person making a voluntary disclosure of information to a state agency regarding a violation of an environmental statute, regulation, permit, or administrative order is granted immunity from administrative or civil penalty. The Attorney General's January 12, 1997 opinion states that the quoted language renders this statute inapplicable to enforcement of any federally authorized programs, since “no immunity could be afforded from administrative, civil, or criminal penalties because granting such immunity would not be consistent with federal law, which is one of the criteria for immunity.”

Therefore, EPA has determined that Virginia's Privilege and Immunity statutes will not preclude the Commonwealth from enforcing its program consistent with the federal requirements. In any event, because EPA has also determined that a state audit privilege and immunity law can affect only state enforcement and cannot have any impact on federal enforcement authorities, EPA may at any time invoke its authority under the Clean Air Act, including, for example, sections 113, 167, 205, 211 or 213, to enforce the requirements or prohibitions of the state plan, independently of any state enforcement effort. In addition, citizen enforcement under section 304 of the Clean Air Act is likewise unaffected by this, or any, state audit privilege or immunity law.

What EPA Is Doing in This Action

EPA is approving the recodified Virginia provisions submitted on January 13, 1998 and June 7, 1999 by the Virginia Department of Environmental Quality as revisions to the Virginia SIP. EPA is also revising the format of 40 CFR part 52 for materials submitted by Virginia that are incorporated by reference (IBR) into their respective SIPs.

EPA has reviewed the submitted revisions, but has not fully reviewed the substance of recodified regulations that were approved into the SIP in previous rulemaking actions. EPA is now merely approving the renumbering system submitted by Virginia. To the extent that we have issued any SIP calls to Virginia with respect to the adequacy of any of Start Printed Page 21320the rules subject to this recodification, we will continue to require Virginia to correct any such rule deficiencies despite our ap[proval of this recodification.

EPA is publishing this rule without prior proposal because the Agency views this as a noncontroversial amendment and anticipate no adverse comment. However, in the “Proposed Rules” section of today's Federal Register, EPA is publishing a separate document that will serve as the proposal to approve the SIP revision if adverse comments are filed. This rule will be effective on June 20, 2000 without further notice unless EPA receives adverse comment by May 22, 2000. If EPA receives adverse comment, EPA will publish a timely withdrawal in the Federal Register informing the public that the rule will not take effect. EPA will address all public comments in a subsequent final rule based on the proposed rule. EPA will not institute a second comment period on this action. Any parties interested in commenting must do so at this time.

IV. Administrative Requirements

A. General Requirements

Under Executive Order 12866 (58 FR 51735, October 4, 1993), this action is not a “significant regulatory action” and therefore is not subject to review by the Office of Management and Budget. This action merely approves state law as meeting federal requirements and imposes no additional requirements beyond those imposed by state law. Accordingly, the Administrator certifies that this rule will not have a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities under the Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.). Because this rule approves pre-existing requirements under state law and does not impose any additional enforceable duty beyond that required by state law, it does not contain any unfunded mandate or significantly or uniquely affect small governments, as described in the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 (Public Law 104-4).

For the same reason, this rule also does not significantly or uniquely affect the communities of tribal governments, as specified by Executive Order 13084 (63 FR 27655, May 10, 1998). This rule will not have substantial direct effects on the States, on the relationship between the national government and the States, or on the distribution of power and responsibilities among the various levels of government, as specified in Executive Order 13132 (64 FR 43255, August 10, 1999), because it merely approves a state rule implementing a federal standard, and does not alter the relationship or the distribution of power and responsibilities established in the Clean Air Act. This rule also is not subject to Executive Order 13045 (62 FR 19885, April 23, 1997), because it is not economically significant.

In reviewing SIP submissions, EPA's role is to approve state choices, provided that they meet the criteria of the Clean Air Act. In this context, in the absence of a prior existing requirement for the State to use voluntary consensus standards (VCS), EPA has no authority to disapprove a SIP submission for failure to use VCS. It would thus be inconsistent with applicable law for EPA, when it reviews a SIP submission, to use VCS in place of a SIP submission that otherwise satisfies the provisions of the Clean Air Act. Thus, the requirements of section 12(d) of the National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act of 1995 (15 U.S.C. 272 note) do not apply. As required by section 3 of Executive Order 12988 (61 FR 4729, February 7, 1996), in issuing this rule, EPA has taken the necessary steps to eliminate drafting errors and ambiguity, minimize potential litigation, and provide a clear legal standard for affected conduct. EPA has complied with Executive Order 12630 (53 FR 8859, March 15, 1988) by examining the takings implications of the rule in accordance with the “Attorney General's Supplemental Guidelines for the Evaluation of Risk and Avoidance of Unanticipated Takings” issued under the executive order. This rule does not impose an information collection burden under the provisions of the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.).

B. Submission to Congress and the Comptroller General

The Congressional Review Act, 5 U.S.C. 801 et seq., as added by the Small Business Regulatory Enforcement Fairness Act of 1996, generally provides that before a rule may take effect, the agency promulgating the rule must submit a rule report, which includes a copy of the rule, to each House of the Congress and to the Comptroller General of the United States. EPA will submit a report containing this rule and other required information to the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the Comptroller General of the United States prior to publication of the rule in the Federal Register. This rule is not a “major rule” as defined by 5 U.S.C. 804(2).

C. Petitions for Judicial Review

Under section 307(b)(1) of the Clean Air Act, petitions for judicial review of this action must be filed in the United States Court of Appeals for the appropriate circuit by June 20, 2000. Filing a petition for reconsideration by the Administrator of this final rule does not affect the finality of this rule for the purposes of judicial review nor does it extend the time within which a petition for judicial review may be filed, and shall not postpone the effectiveness of such rule or action. This action to approve the recodification and associated administrative revisions of the Virginia Administrative Code into the Virginia SIP, as well as revise the format of 40 CFR part 52 for materials submitted by Virginia that are incorporated by reference may not be challenged later in proceedings to enforce its requirements. (See section 307(b)(2).)

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List of Subjects in 40 CFR Part 52

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Dated: March 6, 2000.

Bradley M. Campbell,

Regional Administrator, Region III.

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is amended as follows:

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PART 52—[AMENDED]

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1. The authority citation for part 52 continues to read as follows:

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

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Subpart VV—Virginia

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2. Section 52.2420 is redesignated as § 52.2465 and the heading and paragraph (a) are revised to read as follows:

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Original identification of plan section.

(a) This section identifies the original “Air Implementation Plan for the State of Virginia” and all revisions submitted by Virginia that were federally approved prior to March 1, 2000.

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3. A new Section 52.2420 is added to read as follows:

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Identification of plan.

(a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State implementation plan for Virginia under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 Start Printed Page 21321U.S.C. 7410, and 1 CAR 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 March 1, 2000 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 March 1, 2000 will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2) EPA Region 3 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 March 1, 2000.

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the Region 3 EPA Office at 1650 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103; the Office of the Federal Register, 800 North Capitol Street, NW., Suite 700, Washington, DC.; or at EPA, Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, Air Docket (6102), 401 M Street, S.W., Washington, DC.

(c) EPA approved regulations.

EPA-Approved Regulations in the Virginia SIP

State citation (9 VAC 5)Title/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanation [Former SIP citation]
Chapter 10 General Definitions [Part I]
5-10-10General4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-01-01.
5-10-20Terms Defined—Definitions of Administrator, Federally Enforceable, Implementation Plan, Potential to Emit, State Enforceable, Volatile Organic Compound4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334§ 52.2465(c)(113) (i)(B)(1).
5-10-20Terms Defined-Added Terms-Department, Virginia Register Act Revised Terms-Administrative Process Act, Director (replaces Executive Director), Virginia Air Pollution Control Law4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]
5-10-20Terms Defined [all other SIP-approved terms not listed above]4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-01-02.
VR120-01-02Terms Defined-Definitions of “Person” and “Special Order”2/1/852/25/93 58 FR 11373VA DEQ has submitted revised definitions; EPA will review in a separate action.
5-10-30Abbreviations7/1/97[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix A.
Chapter 20 General Provisions
5-20-10A.-CApplicability4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-01.
5-20-30A.-DEnforcement of regulations, permits, and orders4/17/95[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-03.
5-20-60Local ordinances4/17/95[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-06.
5-20-70Circumvention4/17/95[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-07.
5-20-80Relationship of state regulations to federal regulations4/17/95[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-08.
5-20-100Right of entry4/17/95[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-10.
5-20-110Conditions on approvals4/17/95[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-11.
5-20-121Air Quality Program Policies and Procedures7/1/97[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix S.
5-20-140Considerations for Approval Actions4/17/95[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-14.
5-20-150Availability of Information4/17/95[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-30.
5-20-160Registration4/17/95 7/1/97[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-31.
5-20-170Control Programs4/17/95 7/1/97[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-32.
5-20-180Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95 7/1/97[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-02-34.
5-20-200Air Quality Control Regions (AQCR)7/1/97[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix B.
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5-20-202Metropolitan Statistical Areas7/1/97[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix G.
5-20-203Air Quality Maintenance Areas (AQMA)7/1/97[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix H.
5-20-204Nonattainment Areas7/1/97[insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix K.
5-20-205Prevention of Significant Deterioration Areas2/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795Former Appendix L—Effective 2/1/92.
5-20-206Volatile Organic Compound and Nitrogen Oxides Emissions Control Areas7/1/97Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix P.
VR120-02-02Establishment of Regulations and Orders2/1/852/25/93 58 FR 11373EPA has informed VA that except for the Appeals rule, these provisions no longer need to be part of the SIP. VA has withdrawn 2/93 and 2/98 revisions to the Appeals rule from SIP review. Last substantive SIP change became State-effective on 8/6/79 [§ 52.2465 (c) (55)].
VR120-02-04Hearings and Proceedings2/1/852/25/93 58 FR 11373
VR120-02-05AVariances—General2/1/852/25/93 58 FR 11373
VR120-02-09Appeals2/1/852/25/93 58 FR 11373
VR120-02-12Procedural information and guidance2/1/852/25/93 58 FR 11373
Appendix EPublic Participation Guidelines2/1/852/25/93 58 FR 11373
Appendix FDelegation of Authority2/1/852/25/93 58 FR 11373
VR120-02-14BConsiderations for Approval Actions2/1/852/25/93 58 FR 11373Codified at 52.2465(c)(74) VA has formally requested that this provision be removed from the SIP. EPA will review in a separate action.
Chapter 30 Ambient Air Quality Standards [Part III]
5-30-10General4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-03-01.
5-30-20Particulate Matter (TSP)4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-03-02.
5-30-30Sulfur Oxides (Sulfur Dioxide)4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-03-03.
5-30-40Carbon Monoxide 4/17/954/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal register cite]120-03-04.
5-30-50Ozone4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-03-05.
5-30-60Particulate Matter (PM10)4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-03-06.
5-30-70Nitrogen Dioxide4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-03-07.
5-30-80Lead4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-03-08.
Chapter 40 Existing Stationary Sources [Part IV]
Part I Special Provisions
5-40-10Applicability4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-01.
5-40-20Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-02.
5-40-21Compliance Schedules7/1/97[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix N.
5-40-22Interpretation of Emissions Standards Based on Process Weight-Rate Tables7/1/97[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix Q.
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5-40-30Emission Testing4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-03.
5-40-40Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-04.
5-40-41Emission Monitoring Procedures for Existing Sources7/1/97[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix J.
5-40-50Notification, Records and Reporting7/1/97[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-05.
Part II Emission Standards
Article 1 Visible Emissions and Fugitive Dust/Emissions [Rule 4-1]
5-40-60Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0101.
5-40-70Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0102.
5-40-80Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0103.
5-40-90Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0104.
5-40-100Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0105.
5-40-110Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0106.
5-40-120Waivers4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0107.
Article 4 General Process Operations [Rule 4-4]
5-40-240Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0401.
5-40-250Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0402.
5-40-260Standard for Particulate Matter(AQCR 1-6)4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0403.
5-40-270Standard for Particulate Matter (AQCR 7)4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0404.
5-40-280Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0405.
5-40-300Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11332
5-40-310A.-EStandard for Nitrogen Dioxide1/1/934/28/99 64 FR 22792120-04-0408.
5-40-311Reasonably available control technology guidelines for stationary sources of nitrogen dioxide7/1/974/28/99 64 FR 2279252.2420(c)(132); Exceptions: 311C.3.a, C.3.c, D.
5-40-320Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0409.
5-40-330Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0410.
5-40-360Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0413
5-40-370Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0414.
5-40-380Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0415.
5-40-390Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0416.
5-40-400Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0417.
5-40-410Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0418.
5-40-420Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0419.
Article 5 Synthesized Pharmaceutical Products Manufacturing Operations [Rule 4-5]
5-40-430Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0501.
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5-40-440Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0502.
4-40-450Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0503.
5-40-460Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0504.
5-40-470Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0505.
5-40-480Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0506.
5-40-510Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0509.
5-40-520Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0510.
5-40-530Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0511.
5-40-540Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0512.
5-40-550Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0513
5-40-560Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0514.
5-40-570Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0515.
Article 6 Rubber Tire Manufacturing Operations [Rule 4-6]
5-40-580Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0601.
5-40-590Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0602.
5-40-600Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0603.
5-40-610Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0604.
5-40-620Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0605.
5-40-630Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0606.
5-40-660Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0609.
5-40-670Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0610.
5-40-680Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0611.
5-40-690Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0612.
5-40-700Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0613.
5-40-710Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-614.
5-40-720Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0613.
Article 7 Incinerators [Rule 4-7]
5-40-730Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0701.
5-40-740Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0702.
5-40-750Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0703.
5-40-760Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0704.
5-40-770Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0705.
5-40-800Prohibition of Flue-Fed Incinerators4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0708.
5-40-810Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0709.
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5-40-820Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0710.
5-40-830Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0711.
5-40-840Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0712.
5-40-850Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0713.
5-40-860Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0714.
5-40-870Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0715.
Article 8 Fuel Burning Equipment [Rule 4-8]
5-40-880Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0801.
5-40-890Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0802.
5-40-900Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0803.
5-40-910Emission Allocation System4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0804.
5-40-920Determination of Collection Equipment Efficiency Factor4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0805.
5-40-930Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0806.
5-40-940Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0807.
5-40-950Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0808.
5-40-980Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0811.
5-40-990Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0812.
5-40-1000Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0813.
5-40-1010Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0814.
5-40-1020Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0815.
5-40-1030Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0816.
5-40-1040Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0817.
Article 9 Coke Ovens [Rule 4-9]
5-40-1050Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0901.
5-40-1060Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0902.
5-40-1070Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0903.
5-40-1080Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0904.
5-40-1090Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0905.
5-40-1100Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0906.
5-40-1130Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0909.
5-40-1140Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0910.
5-40-1150Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0911.
5-40-1160Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0912.
5-40-1170Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0913.
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5-40-1180Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0914.
5-40-1190Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-0915.
Article 10 Asphalt Concrete Plants [Rule 4-10]
5-40-1200Applicability and Designation of Affected Family4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1001.
5-40-1210Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1002.
5-40-1220Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1003.
5-40-1230Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1004.
5-40-1240Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1005.
5-40-1270Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1008.
5-40-1280Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1009.
5-40-1290Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1010.
5-40-1300Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1011.
5-40-1310Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1012.
5-40-1320Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1013.
5-40-1330Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1014.
Article 11 Petroleum Refinery Operations [Rule 4-11]
5-40-1340Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1101.
5-40-1350Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1102.
5-40-1360Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1103.
5-40-1370Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1104.
5-40-1390Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1106.
5-40-1400Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1107.
5-40-1410Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1108.
5-40-1420Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1109.
5-40-1450Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1112.
5-40-1460Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1113.
5-40-1470Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1114.
5-40-1480Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1115.
5-40-1490Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1116.
5-40-1500Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1117.
5-40-1510Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1118.
Article 12 Chemical Fertilizer Manufacturing Operations [Rule 4-12]
5-40-1520Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1201.
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5-40-1530Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1202.
5-40-1540Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1203.
5-40-1550Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1204.
5-40-1560Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1205.
5-40-1590Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1208.
5-40-1600Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1209.
5-40-1610Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1210.
5-40-1620Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1211.
5-40-1630Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1212.
5-40-1640Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1213.
5-40-1650Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1214.
Article 13 Kraft Pulp Mills [Rule 4-13]
5-40-1660Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1301.
5-40-1670Definitions of cross recovery furnance, kraft pulp mill, lime kiln, recovery furnace, smelt dissolving tank4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1302. Remaining definitions are federally enforceable as part of the Section 111(d) plan for kraft pulp mills (see, § 62.11610).
5-40-1680Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1303.
5-40-1700Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1305.
5-40-1710Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1306.
5-40-1720Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1307.
5-40-1750ACompliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1310A. Note: Sections 5-40-1750B. through D. are Register enforceable as part of the Section 111(d) plan for kraft pulp mills (see, § 62.11610).
5-40-1760Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1311.
5-40-1770AMonitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1312A. Note: Sections 5-40-1770B. and C. are federally enforceable as part of the Section 111(d) plan for kraft pulp mills (see, § 62.11610).
5-40-1780ANotification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1313A. Note: Sections 5-40-1780B. through D. are federally enforceable as part of the Section 111(d) plan for kraft pulp mills (see, § 62.11610).
5-40-1790Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1314.
5-40-1800Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1315.
5-40-1810Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1316.
Article 14 Sand Gravel Processing Operations and Stone Quarrying and Processing Operations [Rule 4-14]
5-40-1820Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1401.
5-40-1830Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1402.
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5-40-1840Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1403.
5-40-1850Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1404.
5-40-1860Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1405.
5-40-1890Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1408.
5-40-1900Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1409.
5-40-1910Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1410.
5-40-1920Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1411.
5-40-1930Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1412.
5-40-1940Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1413.
5-40-1950Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1414.
Article 15 Coal Preparation Plants [Rule 4-15]
5-40-1960Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1501.
5-40-1970Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1502.
5-40-1980Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1503.
5-40-1990Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1504.
5-40-2000Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1505.
5-40-2030Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1508.
5-40-2040Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1509.
5-40-2050Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1510.
5-40-2060Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1511.
5-40-2070Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1512.
5-40-2080Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1513.
5-40-2090Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1514.
Article 16 Portland cement Plants [Rule 4-16]
5-40-2100Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1601.
5-40-2110Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1602.
5-40-2120Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1603.
5-40-2130Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1604.
5-40-2140Standard for Visible emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1605.
5-40-2150Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1606.
5-40-2180Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1609.
5-40-2190Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1610.
5-40-2200Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1611.
5-40-2210Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1612.
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5-40-2220Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1613.
5-40-2230Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1614.
5-40-2240Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1615.
Article 17 Woodworking Operations [Rule 4-17]
5-40-2250Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1701.
5-40-2260Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1702.
5-40-2270Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1703
5-40-2280Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1704.
5-40-2290Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1705.
5-40-2320Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1708.
5-40-2330Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-4-1709.
5-40-2340Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1710.
5-40-2350Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1711.
5-40-2360Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1712.
5-40-2370Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1713.
5-40-2380Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1714.
Article 18 Primary and Secondary Metal Operations [Rule 4-18]
5-40-2390Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1801.
5-40-2400Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1802.
5-40-2410Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1803.
5-40-2420Standard for Sulfur Oxides4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1804.
5-40-2430Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1805.
5-40-2440Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1806.
5-40-2470Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1809.
5-40-2480Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1810.
5-40-2490Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1811.
5-40-2500Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1812.
5-40-2510Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1813.
5-40-2520Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1814.
5-40-2530Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1815.
Article 19 Lightweight Aggregate Process Operations [Rule 4-19]
5-40-2540Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1901.
5-40-2541Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1902.
5-40-2542Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1903.
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5-40-2543Standard for Sulfur Oxides4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1904.
5-40-2544Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1905.
5-40-2590Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1906.
5-40-2620Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1909.
5-40-2630Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1910.
5-40-2640Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1911.
5-40-2650Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1912.
5-40-2660Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1913.
5-40-2670Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1914.
5-40-2680Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-1915.
Article 20 Feed Manufacturing Operations [Rule 4-20]
5-40-2690Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2001.
5-40-2700Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2002.
5-40-2710Standard for Particulate Matter4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2003.
5-40-2720Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2004.
5-40-2730Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2005.
5-40-2760Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2008.
5-40-2770Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2009.
5-40-2780Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2010.
5-40-2790Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2011.
5-40-2800Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2012.
5-40-2810Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2013.
5-40-2820Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2014.
Article 21 Sulfuric Acid Production Plants [Rule 4-21]
5-40-2830Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2101.
5-40-2840Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2102.
5-40-2850Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2103.
5-40-2870Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2105.
5-40-2880Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2106.
5-40-2910Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2109.
5-40-2920Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2110.
5-40-2930Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2111.
5-40-2940Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2112.
5-40-2950Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2113.
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5-40-2960Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2114.
5-40-2970Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2115.
Article 22 Sulfur Recovery Operations [Rule 4-22]
5-40-2980Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2201.
5-40-2990Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2202.
5-40-3000Standard for Sulfur Dioxide4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2203.
5-40-3010Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2204.
5-40-3020Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2205.
5-40-3050Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2208.
5-40-3060Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2209.
5-40-3070Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2210.
5-40-3080Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2211.
5-40-3090Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2212.
5-40-3100Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2213.
5-40-3110Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2214.
Article 23 Nitric Acid Production Units [Rule 4-23]
5-40-3120Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2301.
5-40-3130Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2302.
5-40-3140Standard for Nitrogen Oxides4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2303.
5-40-3150Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2304.
5-40-3160Standard fof Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2305.
5-40-3190Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2308.
5-40-3200Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2309.
5-40-3210Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2310.
5-40-3220Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2311.
5-40-3230Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2312.
5-40-3240Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2313.
5-40-3250Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2314.
Article 24 Solvent Metal Cleaning Operations [Rule 4-24]
5-40-3260Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3270Definitions4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3280Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3290Control Technology Guidelines4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3300Standard for Visible Emissions4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
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5-40-3310Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3340Compliance4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3350Test Methods and Procedures4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3360Monitoring4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3370Notification, Records and Reporting4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3380Registration4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3390Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
5-40-3400Permits4/1/9711/3/99 64 FR 59635
Article 25 Volatile Organic Compound Storage and Transfer Operations [Rule 4-25]
5-40-3410Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2501.
5-40-3420Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2502.
5-40-3430Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2503.
5-40-3440Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2504.
5-40-3450Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2505.
5-40-3460Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2506.
5-40-3490Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2509.
5-40-3500Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2510.
5-40-3510Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2511.
5-40-3520Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2512.
5-40-3530Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2513.
5-40-3540Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2514.
5-40-3550Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2515.
Article 26 Large Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-26]
5-40-3560Applicability and Desgination of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2601.
5-40-3570Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2602.
5-40-3580Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2603.
5-40-3590Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2604.
5-40-3600Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2605.
5-40-3610Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2606.
5-40-3640Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2609.
5-40-3650Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2610.
5-40-3660Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2611.
5-40-3670Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2612.
5-40-3680Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2613.
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5-40-3690Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2614.
5-40-3700Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2615.
Article 27 Magnet Wire Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-27]
5-40-3710Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2701.
5-40-3720Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2702.
5-40-3730Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2703.
5-40-3740Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2704.
5-40-3750Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2705.
5-40-3760Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2706.
5-40-3790Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2709.
5-40-3800Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2710.
5-40-3810Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2711.
5-40-3820Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2712.
5-40-3830Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2713.
5-40-3840Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2714.
5-40-3850Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2715.
Article 28 Automobile and Light Duty Truck Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-28]
5-40-3860Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2801.
5-40-3870Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2802.
5-40-3880Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2803.
5-40-3890Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2804.
5-40-3900Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2805.
5-40-3910Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2806.
5-40-3940Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2809.
5-40-3950Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2810.
5-40-3960Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2811.
5-40-3970Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2812.
5-40-3980Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2813.
5-40-3990Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2814.
5-40-4000Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2815.
Article 29 Can Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-29]
5-40-4010Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2901.
5-40-4020Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2902.
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5-40-4030Standards for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2903.
5-40-4040Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2904.
5-40-4050Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2905.
5-40-4060Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2906.
5-40-4090Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2909.
5-40-4100Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2910.
5-40-4110Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2911.
5-40-4120Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2912.
5-40-4130Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2913.
5-40-4140Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-2914.
Article 30 Metal Coil Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-30]
5-40-4160Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3001.
5-40-4170Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3002.
5-40-4180Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3003.
5-40-4190Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3004.
5-40-4200Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3005.
5-40-4210Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3006.
5-40-4240Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3009.
5-40-4250Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3010.
5-40-4260Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3011.
5-40-4270Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3012.
5-40-4280Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3013.
5-40-4290Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3014.
5-40-4300Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3015.
Article 31 Paper and Fabric Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-31]
5-40-4310Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3101.
5-40-4320Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3102.
5-40-4330Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3103.
5-40-4340Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3104.
5-40-4350Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3105.
5-40-4360Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3106.
5-40-4390Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3109.
5-40-4400Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3110.
5-40-4410Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3111.
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5-40-4420Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3112.
5-40-4430Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3113.
5-40-4440Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3114.
5-40-4450Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3115.
Article 32 Vinyl Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-32]
5-40-4460Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3201.
5-40-4470Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3202.
5-40-4480Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3203.
5-40-4490Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3204.
5-40-4500Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3205.
5-40-4510Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3206.
5-40-4540Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3209.
5-40-4550Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3210.
5-40-4560Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3211.
5-40-4570Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3212.
5-40-4580Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3213.
5-40-4590Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3214.
5-40-4600Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3215.
Article 33 Metal Furniture Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-33]
5-40-4610Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3301.
5-40-4620Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3302
5-40-4630Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3303.
5-40-4640Control Technology4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3304.
5-40-4650Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3305.
5-40-4660Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3306.
5-40-4690Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3309.
5-40-4700Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3310.
5-40-4710Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3311.
5-40-4720Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3312.
5-40-4730Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3313.
5-40-4740Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3314.
5-40-4750Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3315.
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Article 34 Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-34]
5-40-4760Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3401.
5-40-4770Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3402.
5-40-4780Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3403.
5-40-4790Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3404.
5-40-4800Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3405.
5-40-4810Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3406.
5-40-4840Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3409.
5-40-4850Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3410.
5-40-4860Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3411.
5-40-4870Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3412.
5-40-4880Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3413.
5-40-4890Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3414.
5-40-4900Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3415.
Article 35 Flatwood Paneling Coating Application Systems [Rule 4-35]
5-40-4910Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3501.
5-40-4920Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3502.
5-40-4930Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3503.
5-40-4940Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3504.
5-40-4950Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3505.
5-40-4960Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3506.
5-40-4990Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3509.
5-40-5000Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3510.
5-40-5010Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3511.
5-40-5020Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3512.
5-40-5030Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3513.
5-40-5040Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3514.
5-40-5050Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3515.
Article 36 Graphic Arts Printing Process [Rule 4-36]
5-40-5060Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334§ 52.2465(c)(113)(i)(B)(4)
5-40-5070Definitions4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-5080Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/1/963/12/97 62 FR11334
5-40-5090Standard for Visible Emissions4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-5100Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
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5-40-5130Compliance4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-5140Test Methods and Procedure4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-5150Monitoring4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-5160Notification, Records and Reporting4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-5170Registration4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-5180Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-5190Permits4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
Article 37 Petroleum Liquid Storage and Transfer Operations [Rule 4-37]
5-40-5200Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3701.
5-40-5210Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3702.
5-40-5220Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3703.
5-40-5230Control Technology Guidelines4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3704.
5-40-5240Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3705.
5-40-5250Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3706.
5-40-5280Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3709.
5-40-5290Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3710.
5-40-5300Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3711.
5-40-5310Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3712.
5-40-5320Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3713.
5-40-5330Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3714.
5-40-5340Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3715.
Article 38 Dry Cleaning Systems [Rule 4-38]
5-40-5350Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3801.
5-40-5360Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3802.
5-40-5370Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3803.
5-40-5380Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3804.
5-40-5490Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3805.
5-40-5420Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3808.
5-40-5430Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3809.
5-40-5440Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3810.
5-40-5450Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3811.
5-40-5460Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3812.
5-40-5470Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3813.
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Article 39 Asphalt Paving Operations [Rule 4-39]
5-40-5490Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3901.
5-40-5500Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3902.
5-40-5510Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3903.
5-40-5520Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3904.
5-40-5530Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3905.
5-40-5560Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3908.
5-40-5570Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3909.
5-40-5580Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3910.
5-40-5590Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-3911.
Article 40 Open Burning [Rule 4-40]
5-40-5600Applicability4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11332Provisions of Article 40 are applicable only in Northern Va and Richmond Emissions Control Areas as defined in 9 VAC 5-20-206.
5-40-5610Definitions of “refuse”, “household refuse”, “clean burning waste”, “landfill”, “local landfill”, “sanitary landfill”, “special incineration device”4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11332
5-40-5610All definitions not listed above4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-4002.
5-40-5620Open Burning Prohibitions4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11332
5-40-5630Permissible Open Burning4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11332
5-40-5631Forest Management and Agricultural Practices7/1/973/12/97 62 FR 11332Former Appendix D, Effective 4/1/96.
Article 41 Mobile Sources [Rule 4-41]
5-40-5650Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-4101.
5-40-5660Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-4102.
5-40-5670Motor Vehicles4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-4103.
5-40-5680Other Mobile Sources4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-4104.
5-40-5690Export/Import of Motor Vehicles4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-04-4105.
Article 45 Lithographic Printing Processes
5-40-7800Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7810Definitions of “alcohol”, “cleaning solution”, fountain solution”, “lithographic printing”, “printing”, “printing process”4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7820Standard for Volatile Organic Compounds4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7840Standard for Visible Emissions4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7850Standard for Fugitive Dust Emissions4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
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5-40-7880Compliance4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7890Test Methods and Procedures4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7900Monitoring4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7910Notification, Records and Reporting4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7920Registration4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7930Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance and Malfunction4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
5-40-7940Permits4/1/963/12/97 62 FR 11334
Chapter 50 New and Modified Stationary Sources [Part V]
Part I Special Provisions
5-50-10Applicability4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-01.
5-50-20Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-02.
5-50-30Performance Testing4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-03.
5-50-40Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-04.
5-50-50Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-05.
Part II Emission Standards
Article 1 Visible Emissions and Fugitive Dust/Emissions [Rule 5-1]
5-50-60Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0101.
5-50-70Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0102.
5-50-80Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0103.
5-50-90Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0104.
5-50-100Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0105.
5-50-110Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0106.
5-50-120Waivers4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0107.
Article 4 Stationary Sources [Rule 5-4]
5-50-240Applicability and Designation of Affected Facility4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0401.
5-50-250Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0402.
5-50-260Standard for Stationary Sources4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0403.
5-50-270Standard for Major Stationary Sources (Nonattainment Areas)4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0404.
5-50-280Standard for Major Stationary Sources (Prevention of significant Deterioration Areas)4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0405.
5-50-290Standard for Visible Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0406.
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5-50-300Standard for Fugitive Dust/Emissions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0407.
5-50-330Compliance4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0410.
5-50-340Test Methods and Procedures4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0411
5-50-350Monitoring4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0412
5-50-360Notification, Records and Reporting4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0413
5-50-370Registration4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0414
5-50-380Facility and Control Equipment Maintenance or Malfunction4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0415.
5-50-390Permits4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-05-0416.
Chapter 70 Air Pollution Episode Prevention [Part VII]
5-70-10Applicability4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-07-01.
5-70-20Definitions4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-07-02.
5-70-30General4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-07-03.
5-70-40Episode Determination4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-07-04.
5-70-50Standby Emission Reduction Plans4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-07-05.
5-70-60Control Requirements4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-07-06.
5-70-70Local Air Pollution Control Agency Participation4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-07-07.
Chapter 80 Permits for Stationary Sources [Part VIII]
5-80-10/Article 6New and Modified Stationary Sources4/17/95[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-08-01
10AApplicability4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01A.
10BDefinitions4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01B.
10C. (Exc.C.1.bGeneral4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01C. (Exec.C.1.b.
10DApplications4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01D.
10EInformation required4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01E.
10FAction on permit application4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01F.
10GPublic participation4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01G.; Exceptions: 10.G.1 and .01G.4.b.
VR120-08-01C.1.a; .01C.4.b through .dPublic Participation public recodified hearing requirements for major modifications4/31/81; recodified 2/1/855/4/82 47 FR 19134; recodified 2/25/93, 58 FR 11373See § 52.2423(o).
10H.2. and 10H.3Standards for granting permits4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01H.2. and 01H.3.
10I.1. and 10I.3Application review and analysis4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01I.1. and 01I.3.
10JCompliance determination and verification by performance testing4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01J.
10KPermit invalidation, revocation and enforcement4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01K.
10LExistence of permit no defense4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01L.
10MCompliance with local zoning requirements4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]01M.
10NReactivation and permanent shutdown4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]N.
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10OTransfer of permits4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]O.
10PCircumvention4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]P.
5-80-11Stationary source permit exemption levels7/1/97Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]Appendix R.
5-80-40Permits-operating (all sections)4/17/95Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]120-08-04 (§ 52.2465(c)(94).
Article 8 Permits-Major Stationary Sources and Major Modifications Located in Prevention of Significant Deterioration Areas
5-80-1700Applicability1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1710Definitions1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1720General1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1730Ambient Air Increments1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1740Ambient Air Ceilings1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1750Applications1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1760Compliance with Local Zoning Requirements1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1770Compliance Determination and Verification by Performance Testing1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1780Stack Heights1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1790Review of Major Stationary Sources and Major Modifications—Source Applicability and Exemptions1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1800Control Technology Review1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1810Source Impact Analysis1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1820Air Quality Models1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1830Air Quality Analysis1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1840Source Information1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1850Additional Impact Analysis1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1860Sources Impacting Federal Class I Areas—Additional Requirements1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1870Public Participation1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1880Source Obligation1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1890Environmental Impact Statements1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1900Disputed Permits1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1910Interstate Pollution Abatement1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1920Innovative Control Technology1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1930Reactivation and Permanent Shutdown1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1940Transfer of Permits1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1950Permitt Invalidation, Revocation, and Enforcement1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
5-80-1960Circumvention1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
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5-80-1970Review and Confirmation of this Chapter by Board1/1/973/23/98 63 FR 13795
Article 9 Permits—Major Stationary Sources and Major Modifications Located in Nonattainment Areas 120-08-03.
5-80-2000Applicability1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite]03A. (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2010Definitions1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03B (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2020General1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03C (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2030Applications1/1/93 4/1/99.03D (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2040Information required1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03E (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2050Standards/conditions for granting permits1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publications date and Federal Register cite].03F (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2060Action on permit application1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03G (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2070Public Participation1/1/83 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03H (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2080Compliance determination and verification by performance testing1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03I. (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2090Application review and analysis1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03J (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2100Circumvention1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03K (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2110Interstate pollution abatement1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03L (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2120Offsets1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03M (9/21/99), 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2130De minimis increases and stationary source modification alternatives for ozone nonattainment areas classified as serious or severe in 9 VAC 5-20-2041/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03N (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2140Exception1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03O (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2150Compliance with local zoning requirements1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03P (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2160Reactivation and Permit Shutdown1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03Q (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2170Transfer of Permits1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03R (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2180Revocation of permit1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03S (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
5-80-2190Existence of permit no defense1/1/93 4/1/99[Insert publication date and Federal Register cite].03T (9/21/99, 64 FR 51047).
Chapter 91 Regulations for the Control of Motor Vehicle Emissions in the Northern Virginia Area
Part I Definitions
5-91-10General1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-20Terms Defined1/1/989/1/99 64 FR 47670Exception—“Northern Virginia program area” does not include Fauquier County.
Part II General Provisions
5-91-30Applicability and authority of the department1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
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5-91-50Documents Incorporated by Reference1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-60Hearings and Proceedings1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-70Appeal of Case Decisions1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-80Variances1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-90Right of entry1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-100Conditions on approvals1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-110Procedural information and guidance1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-120Export and import of motor vehicles1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-130Relationship of state regulations to federal regulations1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-140Delegation of authority1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-9-150Availability of information1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part III Emission Standards for Motor Vehicle Air Pollution
5-91-160Exhaust emission standards for two-speed idle testing in enhanced emissions inspection programs1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-170Exhaust emission standards for ASM testing in enhanced emissions inspection programs1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-180Exhaust emission standards for on-road testing through remote sensing1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-190Emissions control systems standards1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-200Evaporative emissions standards1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-210Visible emissions standards1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part IV Permitting and Operation of Emissions Inspection Stations
5-91-220General provisions1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-230Applications1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-240Standards and conditions for permits1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-250Action on permit application1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-260Emissions inspection station permits, categories1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-270Permit renewals1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-280Permit revocation, surrender of materials1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-290Emission inspection station operations1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-300Emissions inspection station records1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-310Sign and permit posting1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-320Equipment and facility requirements1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-330Analyzer system operation1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-340Motor vehicle inspection report; certificate of emission inspection1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670Start Printed Page 21344
5-91-350Data media1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-360Inspection number and access code usage1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-370Fleet emissions inspection stations; mobile fleet emissions inspection stations1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part V Emissions Inspector Testing and Licensing
5-91-380Emissions inspector licenses and renewals1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-390Qualification requirements for emissions inspector licenses1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-400Conduct of emissions inspectors1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part VI Inspection Procedures
5-91-410General1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-420Inspection procedure; rejection, pass, fail, waiver1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-430ASM test procedure1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-440Two-speed idle test procedure1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
4-91-450Fuel test evaporative pressure test and gas cap pressure test procedure1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
4-91-460Fuel system evaporative purge test procedure1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-470Short test standards for warranty eligibility1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-480Emissions related repairs1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-490Engine and fuel changes1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part VII Vehicle Emissions Repair Facility Certification
5-91-500Applicability and Authority1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-510Certification Qualifications1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-520Expiration, reinstatement, renewal, and requalification1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-530Emissions repair facility operations1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-540Sign Posting1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part VIII Emissions Repair Technician Certification and Responsibilities
5-91-550Applicability and authority1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-560Certification qualifications for emissions repair technicians1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-570Expiration, reinstatement, renewal and requalification1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-580Certified emissions repair technician responsibilities1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
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Part IX Enforcement Procedures
5-91-590Enforcement of regulations, permits, licenses, certifications and orders4/2/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-600General enforcement process4/2/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-600General enforcement process4/2/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-610Consent orders and penalties for violations4/2/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-620Major violations4/2/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-630Minor violations4/2/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part X Analyzer System Certification and Specifications for Enhanced Emissions Inspections Programs
5-91-640Applicability1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-650Design goals1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-660Warranty; service contract1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-670Owner provides services1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-680Certification of analyzer systems1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-690Span gases; gases for calibration purposes1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-700Calibration of exhaust gas analyzers1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-710Upgrade of analyzer system1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part XI Manufacturer Recall
5-91-720Vehicle manufacturer recall1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-730Exemptions; temporary extensions1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part XII On-Road Testing
5-91-740General Requirements1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-750Operating Procedures; violation of standards1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-760Schedule of civil charges1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part XIII Federal Facilities
5-91-770General requirements1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-780Proof of compliance1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
Part XIV ASM Exhaust Emission Standards
5-91-790ASM start-up standards1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670
5-91-800ASM final standards1/24/979/1/99 64 FR 47670 Start Printed Page 21346
Chapter 160 General Conformity Rules 1/24/97
Part I General Definitions
5-160-10General1/24/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-20Terms Defined1/24/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
Part II General Provisions
5-160-30Applicability.1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-40Authority of Board and department1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-50Establishment of regulations and orders1/2/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-60Enforcement of regulations and order1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-70Hearings and proceedings1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-80Relationship of state regulations to federal regulations1//9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-90Appeals1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-100Availability of information1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
Part III Criteria and Procedures for Making Conformity Determinations
5-160-110General1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585§ 52.2465(c)(118).
5-160-120Conformity analysis1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-130Reporting requirements1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-140Public participation1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-150Frequency of conformity determinations1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-160Criteria for determining conformity1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-170Procedures for conformity determinations1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-180Mitigation of air quality impacts1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-190Savings provision1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
5-160-200Review and confirmation of this chapter by board1/1/9710/21/97 62 FR 54585
Chapter 200 National Low Emission Vehicle Program
5-200-10Definitions4/14/9912/28/99 64 FR 72564SIP Effective Date: 2/28/00.
5-200-20Participation in national LEV4/14/9912/28/99 64 FR 72564SIP Effective Date: 2/28/00.
5-200-30Transition from national LEV requirements to a Virginia Sec. 177 program4/14/9912/28/99 64 FR 72564SIP Effective Date: 2/28/00.
2 VAC 5—Chapter 480 Regulation Governing the Oxygenation of Gasoline
5-480-20Applicability11/1/962/17/00 65 FRSIP Effetive Date: 4/3/00.
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(d) EPA approved State Source-Specific Requirements.

EPA-Approved Virginia Source-Specific Requirements

Source namePermit/order or registration numberState effective dateEPA approval date40 CFR part 52 citation
Norfolk Naval Base-Exchange Service Station[NONE]8/6/798/17/81 46 FR 4149952.2465(c)(41).
Reynolds Metal Co.—Rolling MillDSE-597-879/30/878/20/90 55 FR 3390452.2465(c)(92).
Aqualon (Hercules) Company503639/26/9011/1/91 56 FR 5615952.2465(c)(93).
Nabisco Brands, IncDTE-179-914/24/913/6/92 57 FR 808052.2465(c)(95).
Burlington Industries3040111/19/913/18/92 57 FR 938852.2465(c)(96).
Reynolds Metals Co.—BellwoodDSE-413A-8610/31/866/13/96 61 FR 2996352.2465(c)(110).
Reynolds Metals Co.—SouthDSE-412A-86
Philip Morris, Inc.—Bended Leaf Facility500802/27/8610/14/97 62 FR 5327752.2465(c)(120).
Philip Morris, Inc.—Park 500 Facility507223/26/97
Philip Morris, Inc.—Richmond Manufacturing Center500767/13/96
Virginia Electric and Power Co.—Innsbrook Technical Center503965/30/96
Hercules, Inc.—Aqualon DivisionV-0163-967/12/96
City of Hopewell—Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility507355/30/96
Allied Signal, Inc.—Hopewell Plant502323/26/9710/14/97 62 FR 5327752.2465(c)(121).
Allied Signal, Inc.—Chesterfield PlantV-0114-965/20/96
Bear Island Paper Co. L.PV-135-967/12/96
Stone Container Corp.—Hopewell Mill503705/30/96
E.I. duPont de Nemours and Co.—Spruance PlantV-0117-965/30/9610/14/97 62 FR 5327752.2465(c)(121).
ICI Americas Inc.—Films Division—Hopewell Site504185/30/96
Tuscarora, Inc718146/5/961/22/99 64 FR 342552.2465(c)(128).

(e) [Reserved]

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