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Approval and Promulgation of Air Quality Implementation Plans; Michigan; Revised Format of 40 CFR Part 52 for Materials Being Incorporated by Reference

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AGENCY:

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

ACTION:

Final rule; Notice of administrative change.

SUMMARY:

EPA is revising the format of materials submitted by the state of Michigan that are incorporated by reference (IBR) into its State Implementation Plan (SIP). The regulations affected by this format change have all been previously submitted by Michigan and approved by EPA.

This format revision will primarily affect the “Identification of plan” section, as well as the format of the SIP materials that will be available for public inspection at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA), the Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center located at EPA Headquarters in Washington, DC, and the EPA Region 5 Office. EPA is also adding a table in the “Identification of plan” section which summarizes the approval actions that EPA has taken on the non-regulatory and quasi-regulatory portions of the Michigan SIP. The sections pertaining to provisions promulgated by EPA or state-submitted materials not subject to IBR review remain unchanged.

DATES:

Effective Date: This final rule is effective on September 6, 2006.

ADDRESSES:

SIP materials which are incorporated by reference into 40 CFR part 52 are available for inspection at the following locations: Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5, 77 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois 60604; the Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, EPA Headquarters Library, Infoterra Room (Room Number 3334), EPA West Building, 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460, and the National Archives and Records Administration. If you wish to obtain materials from a docket in the EPA Headquarters Library, please call the Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) Docket/Telephone number: (202) 566-1742. For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/​federal_​register/​code_​of_​federal_​regulations/​ibr_​locations.html.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Kathleen D'Agostino, Environmental Engineer, Criteria Pollutant Section, Air Programs Branch (AR-18J), Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5, 77 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, Illinois 60604, (312) 886-1767, dagostino.kathleen@epa.gov.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Throughout this document whenever “we,” “us,” or “our” is used, we mean EPA. This supplementary information section is arranged as follows:

Table of Contents

I. Background

A. Description of a SIP

B. How EPA Enforces SIPs

C. How the State and EPA Update the SIP

D. How EPA Compiles the SIP

E. How EPA Organizes the SIP Compilation

F. Where You Can Find a Copy of the SIP Compilation

G. The Format of the New Identification of Plan Section

H. When a SIP Revision Becomes Federally Enforceable

I. The Historical Record of SIP Revision Approvals

II. What EPA Is Doing in This Action

III. Statutory and Executive Order Reviews

I. Background

A. Description of a SIP

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 elements covering a variety of subjects, such as air pollution control regulations, emission inventories, monitoring networks, attainment demonstrations, and enforcement mechanisms.

B. 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 rulemaking, they are incorporated into the federally approved SIP and are identified in Title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations part 52 (Approval and Promulgation of Implementation Plans), (40 CFR part 52). The actual state regulations approved by EPA are not reproduced in their entirety in 40 CFR part 52, but are “incorporated by reference,” which 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 ensures 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.

C. How the State and EPA Update the SIP

The SIP is a living document which can be revised as necessary to address the unique air pollution problems in the state. Therefore, EPA must, from time to time, 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 the Office of the Federal Register (OFR).

EPA began the process of developing: (1) A revised SIP document for each state that would be incorporated by reference under the provisions of title 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.

D. How EPA Compiles the SIP

The federally approved regulations, source-specific requirements, and nonregulatory provisions (entirely or portions of) submitted by each state agency have been organized by EPA into a “SIP compilation.” The SIP compilation contains the updated regulations, source-specific requirements, and nonregulatory provisions approved by EPA through previous rulemaking actions in the Federal Register. The compilation is contained in three-ring binders and will be updated, primarily on an annual basis. The nonregulatory provisions are available by contacting Kathleen D'Agostino at the Regional Office. Start Printed Page 52468

E. 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 approved by EPA. Each part consists of a table of identifying information for each SIP-approved regulation, each SIP-approved source-specific requirement, and each nonregulatory SIP provision. In this action, EPA is publishing the tables summarizing the applicable SIP requirements for Michigan. The effective dates in the tables indicate the date of the most recent revision of each regulation. The EPA Regional Offices have the primary responsibility for updating the compilation and ensuring its accuracy.

F. Where You Can Find a Copy of the SIP Compilation

EPA's Region 5 Office developed and will maintain the compilation for Michigan. A copy of the full text of Michigan's regulatory and source-specific compilation will also be maintained at NARA and EPA's Air Docket and Information Center.

G. 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: (a) Purpose and scope, (b) Incorporation by reference, (c) EPA approved regulations, (d) EPA approved source specific permits, and (e) EPA approved nonregulatory and quasi-regulatory provisions such as transportation control measures, statutory provisions, control strategies, monitoring networks, etc.

H. 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.

I. 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 or not to retain the Identification of plan appendices for some further period.

II. What EPA Is Doing in This Action

Today's rule constitutes a “house­keeping” exercise to ensure that all revisions to the state programs that have occurred are accurately reflected in 40 CFR part 52. State SIP revisions are controlled by EPA regulations at 40 CFR part 51. When EPA receives a formal SIP revision request, the Agency must publish the proposed revision in the Federal Register and provide for public comment before approval.

EPA has determined that today's rule falls under the “good cause” exemption in section 553(b)(3)(B) of the Administrative Procedures Act (APA) which, upon finding “good cause,” authorizes agencies to dispense with public participation and section 553(d)(3) which allows an agency to make a rule effective immediately (thereby avoiding the 30-day delayed effective date otherwise provided for in the APA). Today's rule simply codifies provisions which are already in effect as a matter of law in Federal and approved state programs.

Under section 553 of the APA, an agency may find good cause where procedures are “impractical, unnecessary, or contrary to the public interest.” Public comment is “unnecessary” and “contrary to the public interest” since the codification only reflects existing law. Immediate notice in the CFR benefits the public by removing outdated citations.

III. Statutory and Executive Order Reviews

A. General Requirements

Under Executive Order 12866 (58 FR 51735, October 4, 1993), this action is not a “significant regulatory action” and is therefore not subject to review by the Office of Management and Budget. This rule is not subject to Executive Order 13211, “Actions Concerning Regulations That Significantly Affect Energy Supply, Distribution, or Use” (66 FR 28355, May 22, 2001) because it is not a significant regulatory action under Executive Order 12866. Because the agency has made a “good cause” finding that this action is not subject to notice-and-comment requirements under the Administrative Procedure Act or any other statute as indicated in the Supplementary Information section above, it is not subject to the regulatory flexibility provisions of the Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C 601 et seq.), or to sections 202 and 205 of the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 (UMRA) (Pub. L. 104-4). In addition, this action does not significantly or uniquely affect small governments or impose a significant intergovernmental mandate, as described in sections 203 and 204 of UMRA. This rule also does not have a substantial direct effect on one or more Indian tribes, on the relationship between the Federal government and Indian tribes, or on the distribution of power and responsibilities between the Federal government and Indian tribes, as specified by Executive Order 13175 (65 FR 67249, November 9, 2000), nor will it have substantial direct effects on the States, on the relationship between the national government and the States, or on the distribution of power and responsibilities among the various levels of government, as specified in Executive Order 13132 (64 FR 43255, August 10, 1999). This rule also is not subject to Executive Order 13045 (62 FR 19885, April 23, 1997), because it is not economically significant. This rule does not involve technical standards; 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. The rule also does not involve special consideration of environmental justice related issues as required by Executive Order 12898 (59 FR 7629, February 16, 1994). 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, as required by section 3 of Executive Order 12988 (61 FR 4729, February 7, 1996). EPA has complied with Executive Order 12630 (53 FR 8859, March 15, 1998) 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 Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.). EPA's compliance with these statutes and Executive Orders for the underlying rules are discussed in previous actions taken on the State's rules.

B. Submission to Congress and the Comptroller General

The Congressional Review Act (5 U.S.C. 801 et seq.), as added by the Start Printed Page 52469Small 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. Section 808 allows the issuing agency to make a rule effective sooner than otherwise provided by the CRA if the agency makes a good cause finding that notice and public procedure is impracticable, unnecessary or contrary to the public interest. Today's action simply codifies provisions which are already in effect as a matter of law in Federal and approved State programs. 5 U.S.C. 808(2). As stated previously, EPA has made such a good cause finding, including the reasons therefore, and established an effective date of September 6, 2006. 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

EPA has also determined that the provisions of section 307(b)(1) of the Clean Air Act pertaining to petitions for judicial review are not applicable to this action. Prior EPA rulemaking actions for each individual component of the Michigan SIP compilation had previously afforded interested parties the opportunity to file a petition for judicial review in the United States Court of Appeals for the appropriate circuit within 60 days of such rulemaking action. Thus, EPA sees no need in this action to reopen the 60-day period for filing such petitions for judicial review for these “Identification of plan” reorganization actions for Michigan.

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List of Subjects in 40 CFR Part 52

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Dated: August 17, 2006.

Norman Niedergang,

Acting Regional Administrator, Region 5.

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Part 52 of chapter I, title 40, Code of Federal Regulations, is amended as follows:

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PART 52—[AMENDED]

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1. The authority for 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 X—Michigan

[Redesignated as § 52.1190]
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2. Section 52.1170 is redesignated as § 52.1190 and the section 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 Michigan” and all revisions submitted by Michigan that were federally approved prior to August 1, 2006.

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3. A new § 52.1170 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 (SIP) for Michigan under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7401, and 40 CFR part 51 to meet National Ambient Air Quality Standards.

(b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed in paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to August 1, 2006, 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), (d), and (e) of this section with the EPA approval dates after August 1, 2006, will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2) EPA Region 5 certifies that the rules/regulations provided by the 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 SIP as of August 1, 2006.

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5, Air Programs Branch, 77 West Jackson Boulevard, Chicago, IL 60604; the EPA, Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, EPA Headquarters Library, Infoterra Room (Room Number 3334), EPA West Building, 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, DC 20460, and the National Archives and Records Administration. If you wish to obtain materials from a docket in the EPA Headquarters Library, please call the Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) Docket/Telephone number: (202) 566-1742. For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/​federal_​register/​code_​of_​federal_​regulations/​ibr_​locations.html.

(c) EPA approved regulations.

EPA-Approved Michigan Regulations

Michigan citationTitleState effective dateEPA approval dateComments
Annual Reporting
R 336.202Annual reports11/11/863/8/94, 59 FR 10752
Part 1. General Provisions
R 336.1101Definitions; A4/27/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182Only: actual emissions, air-dried coating, air quality standard, allowable emissions, and alternate opacity.
2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
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R 336.1102Definitions; B5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 336.1103Definitions; C4/27/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182Only: coating category, calendar day, class II hardboard paneling finish, coating line, coating of automobiles and light duty trucks, coating of fabric, coating of large appliances, coating of paper, coating of vinyl, component, component in field gas service, component in gaseous volatile organic compound service, component in heavy liquid service, component in light liquid service, component in liquid volatile organic compound service, condenser, conveyorized vapor degreaser, and creditable.
2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1104Definitions; D5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 336.1105Definitions; E5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 336.1106Definitions; F2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1107Definitions; G5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 336.1108Definitions; H5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 336.1109Definitions; I8/21/817/26/82, 47 FR 32116
R 336.1112Definitions; L1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1113Definitions; M5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 336.1114Definitions; N8/21/817/26/82, 47 FR 32116
R 336.1115Definitions; O8/21/817/26/82, 47 FR 32116
R 336.1116Definitions; P4/27/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182Only: packaging rotogravure printing, printed interior panel, process unit turnaround, publication rotogravure printing, and pushside Removed: pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing.
2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752All except pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing, which was removed 9/7/94.
R 336.1118Definitions; R5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 336.1119Definitions; S2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1120Definitions; T5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 336.1121Definitions; U4/20/899/15/94, 59 FR 47254
R 336.1122Definitions; V3/13/032/9/04, 69 FR 5932
R 336.1123Definitions; W8/21/817/26/82, 47 FR 32116
R 336.1127Terms defined in the act1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
Part 2. Air Use Approval
R 336.1201Permits to install1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1202Waivers of approval1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
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R 336.1203Information required1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1204Authority of agents1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1206Processing of applications for other facilities1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1207Denial of permits to install1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1208Permits to operate1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1220Construction of sources of volatile organic compounds in ozone nonattainment areas; conditions for approval8/21/811/27/82, 47 FR 3764
R 336.1221Construction of sources of particulate matter, sulfur dioxide, or carbon monoxide in or near nonattainment areas; conditions for approval7/17/801/12/82, 47 FR 1292
R 336.1240Required air quality models1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1241Air quality modeling demonstration requirements1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1280Permit system exemptions; cooling and ventilation equipment1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1281Permit system exemptions; cleaning, washing and drying equipment1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1282Permit system exemptions; cooling and ventilation equipment1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1283Permit system exemptions; testing and inspection equipment7/17/808/28/81, 46 FR 43422
R 336.1284Permit system exemptions; containers1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1285Permit system exemptions; miscellaneous1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
Part 3. Emission Limitations and Prohibitions—Particulate Matter
R 336.1301Standards for density of emissions3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1303Grading visible emissions3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1310Open burning2/3/996/28/02, 67 FR 43548
R 336.1330Electrostatic precipitation control systems3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1331Emissions of particulate matter3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093All except Table 31, section C.8.
1/18/805/22/81, 46 FR 27923Only Table 31 Section C.7, preheater equipment.
R 336.1349Coke oven compliance date2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1350Emissions from larry-car charging of coke ovens2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1351Charging hole emissions from coke ovens2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1352Pushing operation fugitive emissions from coke ovens2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1353Standpipe assembly emissions during coke cycle from coke ovens2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1354Standpipe assembly emissions during decarbonization from coke ovens2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1355Coke oven gas collector main emissions from slot-type coke ovens1/18/805/55/81, 46 FR 27923
R 336.1356Coke oven door emissions from coke ovens; doors that are 5 meters or shorter2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
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R 336.1357Coke oven door emissions from coke oven doors; doors that are taller than 5 meters2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1358Roof monitor visible emissions at steel manufacturing facilities from electric arc furnaces and blast furnaces4/30/986/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1359Visible emissions from scarfer operation stacks at steel manufacturing facilities2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1360Visible emissions from coke oven push stacks2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1361Visible emissions from blast furnace casthouse operations at steel manufacturing facilities4/30/986/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1362Visible emissions from electric arc furnace operations at steel manufacturing facilities4/30/986/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1363Visible emissions from argon-oxygen decarburization operations at steel manufacturing facilities4/30/986/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1364Visible emissions from basic oxygen furnace operations2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1365Visible emissions from hot metal transfer operations at steel manufacturing facilities2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1366Visible emissions from hot metal desulphurization operations at steel manufacturing facilities2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1367Visible emissions from sintering operations2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.1370Collected air contaminants2/17/8111/15/82, 47 FR 51398
R 336.1371Fugitive dust control programs other than areas listed in Table 363/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1372Fugitive dust control program; required activities; typical control methods3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1374Particulate matter contingency measures: Areas listed in Table 373/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
Part 4. Emission Limitations and Prohibitions—Sulfur-Bearing Compounds
R 336.1401Emissions of sulfur dioxide from power plants3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1402Emission of sulfur dioxide from fuel-burning sources other than power plants1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 336.1403Oil- and natural gas-producing or transporting facilities and natural gas-processing facilities; emissions; operation3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1404Emissions of sulfuric acid mist from sulfuric acid plants1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
Part 6. Emission Limitations and Prohibitions—Existing Sources of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions
R 336.1601Definitions3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1602General provisions for existing sources of volatile organic compound emissions4/10/006/28/02, 67 FR 43548
R 336.1604Storage of organic compounds having a true vapor pressure of more than 1.5 psia, but less than 11 psia, in existing fixed roof stationary vessels of more than 40,000 gallon capacity3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
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R 336.1605Storage of organic compounds having a true vapor pressure of 11 or more psia in existing stationary vessels of more than 40,000 gallon capacity3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1606Loading gasoline into existing stationary vessels of more than 2,000 gallon capacity at dispensing facilities handling 250,000 gallons per year3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1607Loading gasoline into existing stationary vessels of more than 2,000 capacity at loading facilities3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1608Loading gasoline into existing delivery vessels at loading facilities handling less than 5,000,000 gallons per year3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1609Loading existing delivery vessels with organic compounds having a true vapor pressure of more than 1.5 psia at existing loading facilities handling 5,000,000 or more gallons of such compounds per year4/20/899/15/94, 59 FR 47254
R 336.1610Existing coating lines; emission of volatile organic compounds from existing automobile, light-duty truck, and other product and material coating lines4/27/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
R 336.1611Existing cold cleaners6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
R 336.1612Existing open top vapor degreasers6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
R 336.1613Existing conveyorized cold cleaners6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
R 336.1614Existing conveyorized vapor degreasers6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
R 336.1615Existing vacuum-producing system at petroleum refineries3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1616Process unit turnarounds at petroleum refineries3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1617Existing organic compound-water separators at petroleum refineries3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1618Use of cutback paving asphalt3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1619Perchloroethylene; emission from existing dry cleaning equipment; disposal3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1620Emission of volatile organic compounds from the coating of flat wood paneling from existing coating lines4/27/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
R 336.1621Emission of volatile organic compounds from the coating of metallic surfaces from existing coating lines4/27/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
R 336.1622Emission of volatile organic compound from existing component of a petroleum refinery; refinery monitoring program3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1623Storage of petroleum liquids having a true vapor pressure of more than 1.0 psia but less than 11.0 psia, in existing external floating roof stationary vessels of more than 40,000 gallon capacity3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
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R 336.1624Emission of volatile organic compound from an existing graphic arts line11/18/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
R 336.1625Emission of volatile organic compound from existing equipment utilized in the manufacturing of synthesized pharmaceutical products11/30/006/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1627Delivery vessels; vapor collection systems3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1628Emission of volatile organic compounds from components of existing process equipment used in manufacturing synthetic organic chemicals and polymers3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1629Emission of volatile organic compounds from components of existing process equipment used in processing natural gas; monitoring program3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1630Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing paint manufacturing processes3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1631Emission of volatile organic compounds from existing process equipment utilized in manufacture of polystyrene of other organic resins3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1632Emission of volatile organic compounds form existing automobile, truck, and business machine plastic part coating lines4/27/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
R 336.1651Standards for degreasers6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
Part 7. Emission Limitations and Prohibitions—New Sources of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions
R 336.1702General provisions for new sources of volatile organic compound emissions3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1705Loading gasoline into delivery vessels at new loading facilities handling less than 5,000,000 gallons per year3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.1706Loading delivery vessels with organic compounds having a true vapor pressure of more than 1.5 psia at new loading facilities handling 5,000,000 or more gallons of such compounds per year6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
R 336.1707New cold cleaners6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
R 336.1708New open top vapor degreasers6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
R 336.1709New conveyorized cold cleaners6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
R 336.1710New conveyorized vapor degreasers6/13/977/21/99, 64 FR 39034
Part 8. Emission Limitations and Prohibitions—Oxides of Nitrogen
R 336.1802Applicability under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program5/20/0412/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1803Definitions for oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1804Retired unit exemption from oxides of nitrogen budget trading program5/20/0412/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1805Standard requirements of oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
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R 336.1806Computation of time under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1807Authorized account representative under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1808Permit requirements under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1809Compliance certification under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1810Allowance allocations under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1811New source set-aside under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program5/20/0412/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1812Allowance tracking system and transfers under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1813Monitoring and reporting requirements under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1814Individual opt-ins under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1815Allowance banking under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1816Compliance supplement pool under oxides of nitrogen budget trading program12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
R 336.1817Emission limitations and restrictions for Portland cement kilns12/4/0212/23/04, 69 FR 76848
Part 9. Emission Limitations and Prohibitions—Miscellaneous
R 339.1901Air contaminant or water vapor, when prohibited1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 339.1906Diluting and concealing emissions3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 339.1910Air-cleaning devices1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 339.1911Malfunction abatement plans3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 339.1912Abnormal conditions and breakdown of equipment1/18/805/6/80, 45 FR 29790
R 339.1915Enforcement discretion in instances of excess emission resulting from malfunction, start-up, or shutdown5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 339.1916Affirmative defense for excess emissions during start-up or shutdown5/27/022/24/03, 68 FR 8550
R 339.1930Emission of carbon monoxide from ferrous cupola operations3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
Part 10. Intermittent Testing and Sampling
R 336.2001Performance tests by owner3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093, 6/1/06 71 FR 31093
R 336.2002Performance tests by commission3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2003Performance test criteria3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2004Appendix A; reference test methods; adoption of federal reference test methods3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2005Reference test methods for delivery vessels3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
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R 336.2006Reference test method serving as alternate version of federal reference test method 25 by incorporating Byron analysis4/27/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
R 336.2007Alternate version of procedure L, referenced in R 336.2040(10)3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2011Reference test method 5B4/29/056/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2012Reference test method 5C10/15/046/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2013Reference test method 5D3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2014Reference test method 5E10/15/046/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2021Figures3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2030Reference test method 9A2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.2031Reference test method 9B2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.2032Reference test method 9C2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.2033Test methods for coke oven quench towers2/22/856/11/92, 57 FR 24752
R 336.2040Method for determination of volatile organic compound emissions from coating lines and graphic arts lines3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093All except sections (9) and (10).
R 336.2041Recording requirements for coating lines and graphic arts lines4/27/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
Part 11. Continuous Emission Monitoring
R 336.2101Continuous emission monitoring, fossil fuel-fired steam generators3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2102Continuous emission monitoring, sulfuric acid-producing facilities1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2103Continuous emission monitoring, fluid bed catalytic cracking unit catalyst regenerators at petroleum refineries1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2150Performance specifications for continuous emission monitoring systems3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2151Calibration gases for continuous emission monitoring systems1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2152Cycling time for continuous emission monitoring systems1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2153Zero and drift for continuous emission monitoring systems1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2154Instrument span for continuous emission monitoring systems1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2155Monitor location for continuous emission monitoring systems3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2159Alternative continuous emission monitoring systems3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2170Monitoring data reporting and recordkeeping3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2175Data reduction procedures for fossil fuel-fired steam generators11/15/046/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2176Data reduction procedures for sulfuric acid plants1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2189Alternative data reporting or reduction procedures3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2190Monitoring System Malfunctions3/19/026/1/06, 71 FR 31093
R 336.2199Exemptions from continuous emission monitoring requirements1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189All except section (c).
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Part 16. Organization, Operation and Procedures
R 336.2606Declaratory rulings requests1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2607Consideration and disposition of declaratory rulings requests1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
Part 17. Hearings
R 336.2701Procedures from Administrative Procedures Act4/10/006/28/02, 67 FR 43548
R 336.2702Service of notices and orders; appearances4/10/006/28/02, 67 FR 43548
R 336.2704Hearing commissioner's hearings1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2705Agency files and records, use in connection with hearings1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
R 336.2706Commission hearings after hearing commissioner hearings1/18/8011/2/88, 53 FR 44189
Executive Orders
1991-31Commission of Natural Resources, Department of Natural Resources, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Executive Reorganization1/7/9211/6/97, 62 FR 59995Introductory and concluding words of issuance; Title I: General, Part A Sections 1, 2, 4 & 5 and Part B; Title III: Environmental Protection, Part A Sections 1 & 2 and Part D; Title IV: Miscellaneous, Parts A & B, Part C Sections 1, 2 & 4 and Part D.
1995-18Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Executive Reorganization9/30/9511/6/97, 62 FR 59995Introductory and concluding words of issuance; Paragraphs 1, 2, 3(a) & (g), 4, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 15, 16, 17, and 18.
State Statutes
Act 250 of 1965, as amendedTax Exemption Act19725/31/72, 37 FR 10841
Act 348 of 1965, as amendedAir Pollution Act19725/31/72, 37 FR 10841
Act 348 of 1965, as amendedAir Pollution Act19862/17/88, 53 FR 4622Only section 7a.
Act 348 of 1965, as amendedAir Pollution Act19903/8/94, 59 FR 10752Only sections 5 and 14a.
Act 127 of 1970Michigan Environmental Protection Act7/27/705/31/72, 37 FR 10841
Act 283 of 1964, as amendedWeights and Measures Act8/28/645/5/97, 62 FR 24341Only chapter 290, sections 613 and 615.
Act 44 of 1984, as amendedMichigan Motor Fuels Quality Act11/13/935/5/97, 62 FR 24341Only chapter 290, sections 642, 643, 645, 646, 647, and 649.
Act 12 of 1993Small Business Clean Air Assistance Act4/1/936/3/94, 59 FR 28785
Act 451 of 1994, as amendedNatural Resources and Environmental Protection Act3/30/952/10/98, 63 FR 6650Only sections 324.5524 and 324.5525.
House Bill 4165Motor Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Program Act11/13/932/21/96, 61 FR 31831
House Bill 4898An Act to amend section 3 of Act 44 of 198411/13/9310/11/94, 59 FR 51379
House Bill 5016Motor Vehicle Emissions Testing Program Act11/13/933/7/95, 60 FR 12459
Senate Bill 726An Act to amend sections 2, 5, 6, 7, and 8 of Act 44 of 198411/13/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
Local Regulations
City of Grand Rapids Ordinance 72-34City of Grand Rapids Air Pollution Control Regulations19725/31/72, 57 FR 10841Ordinance amends sections 9.35 and 9.36 of article 4, Chapter 151 Title IX of the Code of the City of Grand Rapids.
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Muskegon County Air Pollution Control RulesMuskegon County Air Pollution Control Rules and Regulations, as amended3/27/735/16/84, 49 FR 20650Only article 14, section J.
Wayne County Air Pollution Control RegulationsWayne County Air Pollution Control Regulations3/20/695/16/80, 45 FR 29790
Wayne County varianceMinutes from 1981 board meeting9/18/815/16/80, 45 FR 29790
Wayne County Air Pollution Control OrdinanceWayne County Air Pollution Control Ordinance11/18/855/13/93, 58 FR 28359Only: chapters 1, 2, 3, 5 (except for the portions of section 501 which incorporate by reference the following parts of the state rules: the quench tower limit in R 336.1331, Table 31, section C.8; the deletion of the limit in R 336.1331 for coke oven coal preheater equipment; and R 336.1355), 8 (except section 802), 9, 11, 12, 13, and appendices A and D.

(d) EPA approved state source-specific requirements.

EPA-Approved Michigan Source-Specific Provisions

Name of sourceOrder No.State effective dateEPA approval dateComments
Allied Signal, Inc., Detroit Tar Plant, Wayne County4-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
American Colloid PlantPermit 341-7912/18/799/15/83, 48 FR 41403
American Colloid PlantPermit 375-7911/23/799/15/83, 48 FR 41403
Asphalt Products Company, Plant 5A, Wayne County5-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Clark Oil and Refining Corporation, Calhoun County6-19816/24/8212/13/82, 47 FR 55678
Clawson Concrete Company, Plant #1, Wayne County6-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Conoco, Inc., Berrien County17-19819/28/812/17/82, 47 FR 6828
Consumers Power Company, B. C. Cobb Plant, Muskegon County6-197912/10/795/1/81, 46 FR 24560
Consumers Power Company, J.H. Campbell Plant, Units 1 and 2, Ottawa County12-198410/1/841/12/87, 52 FR 1183
Continental Fibre Drum, Inc., Midland County14-198712/9/876/11/92, 57 FR 24752
Cummings-Moore Graphite Company, Wayne County7-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
CWC Castings Division of Textron, Muskegon County12-19792/15/805/16/84, 49 FR 20650
Delray Connecting Railroad Company, Wayne County8-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Detroit Edison Company, Boulevard Heating Plant, Wayne County7-19814/28/815/4/82, 47 FR 19133
Detroit Edison Company, City of St. Clair, St. Clair County4-197811/14/788/25/80, 45 FR 56344
Detroit Edison Company, Monroe County9-19777/7/7712/21/79, 44 FR 75635 (correction: 3/20/80, 45 FR 17997)
Detroit Edison Company, River Rouge Power Plant, Wayne County9-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Detroit Edison Company, Sibley Quarry, Wayne County10-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
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Detroit Water and Sewerage Department, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Wayne County11-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Diamond Crystal Salt Company, St. Clair County13-19829/8/823/14/83, 48 FR 9256
Dow Chemical Company, Midland County12-19816/15/813/24/82, 47 FR 12625
Dow Chemical Company, West Side and South Side Power Plants, Midland County19-19817/21/813/24/82, 47 FR 12625Only sections A(3), B, C, D, and E.
Dundee Cement Company, Monroe County8-197910/17/798/11/80, 45 FR 53137
Dundee Cement Company, Monroe County16-198011/19/8012/3/81, 46 FR 58673
Eagle Ottawa Leather Company, Ottawa County7-19947/13/9410/23/95, 60 FR 54308
Edward C. Levy Company, Detroit Lime Company, Wayne County15-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Edward C. Levy Company, Plant #1, Wayne County16-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Edward C. Levy Company, Plant #3, Wayne County17-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Edward C. Levy Company, Plant #4 and 5, Wayne County19-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Edward C. Levy Company, Plant #6, Wayne County18-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Edward C. Levy Company, Scrap Up-Grade Facility, Wayne County20-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Enamalum Corporation, Oakland County6-19946/27/942/21/96, 61 FR 6545
Ferrous Processing and Trading Company, Wayne County12-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Ford Motor Company, Rouge Industrial Complex, Wayne County13-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Ford Motor Company, Utica Trim Plant, Macomb County39-199311/12/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
Ford Motor Company, Vulcan Forge, Wayne County14-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
General Motors Corporation, Warehousing and Distribution Division, Genesee County18-19817/28/835/16/84, 49 FR 20649Original order effective 12/1/81, as altered effective 7/28/83.
General Motors Corporation, Buick Motor Division Complex, Flint, Genesee County10-19795/5/802/10/82, 47 FR 6013
General Motors Corporation, Buick Motor Division, Genesee County8-19824/2/848/22/88, 53 FR 31861Original order effective 7/12/82, as altered effective 4/2/82.
General Motors Corporation, Cadillac Motor Car Division, Wayne County12-19827/22/827/5/83, 48 FR 31022
General Motors Corporation, Central Foundry Division, Saginaw Malleable Iron Plant, Saginaw County8-19836/9/8312/13/85, 50 FR 50907Supersedes paragraph 7.F of order 6-1980.
General Motors Corporation, Central Foundry Division, Saginaw Malleable Iron Plant, Saginaw County6-19807/30/828/15/83, 48 FR 36818Paragraph 7.F superseded by order 8-1983. Original order effective 6/3/80, as altered effective 7/30/82.
General Motors Corporation, Chevrolet Flint Truck Assembly, Genesee County10-19827/12/827/5/83, 48 FR 31022
General Motors Corporation, Chevrolet Motor Division, Saginaw Grey Iron Casting Plant and Nodular Iron Casting Plant, Saginaw County1-19804/16/802/10/82, 47 FR 6013
General Motors Corporation, Fisher Body Division, Fleetwood, Wayne County11-19827/22/827/5/83, 48 FR 31022
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General Motors Corporation, Fisher Body Division, Flint No. 1, Genesee County9-19827/12/827/5/83, 48 FR 31022
General Motors Corporation, GM Assembly Division, Washtenaw County5-19835/5/8312/13/84, 49 FR 5345
General Motors Corporation, Hydra-Matic Division, Washtenaw County3-19826/24/823/4/83, 48 FR 9256
General Motors Corporation, Oldsmobile Division, Ingham County4-19835/5/8312/13/84, 49 FR 5345
Hayes-Albion Corporation Foundry, Calhoun County2-19802/2/8248 FR 41403Original order effective 2/15/80, as altered effective 2/2/82.
J. H. Campbell Plant, Ottawa County5-19792/6/8012/24/80, 45 FR 85004 (correction: 3/16/81 46 FR 16895)Original order effective 6/25/79, as altered effective 2/6/80.
Keywell Corporation, Wayne County31-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Lansing Board of Water and Light4-19795/23/7912/17/80, 45 FR 82926All except sections 7 A, B, C1, D, E, F, and section 8.
Marathon Oil Company, Muskegon County16-19817/31/812/22/82, 47 FR 7661
Marblehead Lime Company, Brennan Avenue Plant, Wayne County21-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Marblehead Lime Company, River Rouge Plant, Wayne County22-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
McLouth Steel Company, Trenton Plant, Wayne County23-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Michigan Foundation Company, Cement Plant, Wayne County24-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Michigan Foundation Company, Sibley Quarry, Wayne County25-199310/12/941/17/95.60 FR 3346
Monitor Sugar Company, Bay County21-198110/29/815/19/82, 47 FR 21534
Morton International, Inc., Morton Salt Division, Wayne County26-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
National Steel Corporation, Great Lakes Division, Wayne County27-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
National Steel Corporation, Transportation and Materials Handling Division, Wayne County28-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
New Haven Foundry, Inc., Macomb County12-19808/14/802/10/82, 47 FR 6013
Northern Michigan Electric Cooperative Advance Steam Plant, Charlevoix County16-19791/10/8046 FR 34584
Packaging Corporation of America, Manistee County23-19847/8/855/4/87, 52 FR 16246
Peerless Metal Powders, Incorporated, Wayne County29-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Rouge Steel Company, Wayne County30-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
S. D. Warren Company, Muskegon9-197910/31/991/27/81, 46 FR 8476
St. Marys Cement Company, Wayne County32-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
Traverse City Board of Light and Power, Grand Traverse County23-19811/4/825/19/82, 47 FR 21534
Union Camp Corporation, Monroe County14-19791/3/805/14/81, 46 FR 26641
United States Gypsum Company, Wayne County33-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
VCF Films, Inc., Livingston County3-19936/21/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
Woodbridge Corporation, Washtenaw County40-199311/12/939/7/94, 59 FR 46182
Wyandotte Municipal Power Plant, Wayne County34-199310/12/941/17/95, 60 FR 3346
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(e) EPA approved nonregulatory and quasi-regulatory provisions.

EPA-Approved Michigan Nonregulatory and Quasi-Regulatory Provisions

Name of nonregulatory SIP provisionApplicable geographic or nonattainment areaState submittal dateEPA approval dateComments
Implementation plan for the control of suspended particulates, sulfur oxides, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons, nitrogen oxides, and photochemical oxidants in the state of MichiganStatewide2/3/725/31/72, 37 FR 10841Sections include: Air quality control regions, legal authority, air quality data, emission data, control strategy, control regulations, compliance plans and schedules, prevention of air pollution emergency episodes, air quality surveillance program, control of emission sources, organization and resources, and intergovernmental cooperation.
Reevaluation of control strategiesBerrien and Ingham Counties3/3/7210/28/72, 37 FR 23085
Reasons and justificationsStatewide7/12/7210/28/72, 37 FR 23085Concerning general requirements of control strategy for nitrogen dioxide, compliance schedules, and review of new sources and modifications.
Public availability of emissions dataStatewide7/24/7210/28/72, 37 FR 23085
Compliance schedulesAlpena, Baraga, Charlevoix, Huron, Ionia, Marquette, Midland, Muskegon, Oakland, Otsego, and St. Clair Counties5/4/73, 9/19/73, 10/23/73, and 12/13/738/5/74, 39 FR 28155
Compliance schedulesAllegan, Eaton, Emmet, Genesee, Huron, Ingham, Macomb, Monroe, Ottawa, Saginaw, and St. Clair Counties2/16/73 and 5/4/739/10/74, 39 FR 32606
Air quality maintenance area identifications for particulate matterMacomb, Oakland, Wayne and Monroe Counties6/27/74 and 10/18/746/2/75, 40 FR 23746
Carbon monoxide control strategySaginaw area4/25/795/6/80, 45 FR 29790
Ozone attainment demonstrations and transportation control plansFlint, Lansing and Grand Rapids urban areas4/25/79, 7/25/79, 10/12/79, 10/26/79, 11/8/79, 12/26/796/2/80, 45 FR 37188
Transportation control plansDetroit urban area4/25/79, 7/25/79, 10/12/79, 10/26/79, 11/8/79, 12/26/796/2/80, 45 FR 37188
Ozone control strategy for rural ozone nonattainment areasMarquette, Muskegon, Gratiot, Midland, Saginaw, Bay, Tuscola, Huron, Sanilac, Ottawa, Ionia, Shiawassee, Lapeer, Allegan, Barry, Van Buren, Kalamazoo, Calhoun, Jackson, Berrien, Cass, Branch, Hillsdale, and Lenawee Counties4/25/79, 7/25/79, 10/12/79, 10/26/79, 11/8/79, 12/26/796/2/80, 45 FR 37188
Carbon monoxide and ozone demonstrations of attainment and I/M programDetroit urban area4/25/79, 7/25/79, 10/12/79, 10/26/79, 11/8/79, 12/26/79, 3/20/80, 5/12/80, and 5/21/806/2/80, 45 FR 37192
Ambient air quality monitoring, data reporting, and surveillance provisionsStatewide12/19/793/4/81, 46 FR 15138
Transportation control planNiles4/25/79, 10/26/79, 11/8/79, 12/26/79, 8/4/80, and 8/8/804/17/81, 46 FR 22373
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Provisions addressing sections 110(a)(2)(K), 126(a)(2), 127, and 128 of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1977Statewide4/25/79 and 10/12/796/5/81, 46 FR 30082Concerns permit fees, interstate pollution, public notification, and state boards.
Section 121, intergovernmental consultationStatewide5/25/7911/27/81, 46 FR 57893
Total suspended particulate studiesDetroit area3/7/80 and 4/21/812/18/82, 47 FR 7227
Lead planStatewide12/27/79 and 2/9/814/13/82, 47 FR 15792
Reduction in size of Detroit ozone areaWayne, Oakland, Macomb, Livingston, Monroe, St. Clair, and Washtenaw Counties9/1/827/7/83, 48 FR 31199
Negative declarationsWayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties10/10/83, 5/17/85, and 6/12/8511/24/86, 51 FR 42221Includes large petroleum dry cleaners, high-density polyethylene, polypropylene, and polystyrene resin manufacturers, and synthetic organic chemical manufacturing industry—oxidation.
Information relating to order 8-1982: letter dated 9/6/84 from Michigan Department of Natural Resources to EPAGenesee County9/6/848/22/88, 53 FR 31861
Information relating to order 14-1987: letter dated 12/17/87 from Michigan Department of Natural Resources to EPAMidland County12/17/8710/3/89, 54 FR 40657
Appendices A and D of Wayne County Air Pollution Control OrdinanceWayne County10/10/865/13/93, 58 FR 28359Effective 11/18/85.
Information supporting emissions statement programStatewide11/16/92, 10/25/93, and 2/7/943/8/94, 59 FR 10752
1990 base year emissions inventoryGrand Rapids and Muskegon areas1/5/937/26/94, 59 FR 37944
Section 182(f) NOX exemptionDetroit-Ann Arbor area11/12/938/10/94, 59 FR 40826
Negative declarationsLivingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, Wayne, Kent, Ottawa, and Muskegon Counties3/30/949/7/94, 59 FR 46182Includes: Large petroleum dry cleaners, SOCMI air oxidation processes, high-density polyethylene and polypropylene resin manufacturing and pneumatic rubber tire manufacturing.
I/M programGrand Rapids and Muskegon areas11/12/93 and 7/19/9410/11/94, 59 FR 51379Includes: document entitled “Motor Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Program for Southeast Michigan, Grand Rapids MSA, and Muskegon MSA Moderate Nonattainment Areas,” RFP, and supplemental materials.
1990 base year emissions inventory and 1-hour ozone maintenance planDetroit-Ann Arbor area (Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties)11/12/933/7/95, 60 FR 12459
Section 182(f) NOX exemptionsClinton, Ingham, Eaton, and Genesee Counties7/1/94 and 7/8/944/27/95, 60 FR 20644
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Section 182(f) NOX exemptionsKent, Ottawa, Muskegon, Allegan, Barry, Bay, Berrien, Branch, Calhoun, Cass, Clinton, Eaton, Gratiot, Genesee, Hillsdale, Ingham, Ionia, Jackson, Kalamazoo, Lenawee, Midland, Montcalm, St. Joseph, Saginaw, Shiawassee, and Van Buren Counties7/13/941/26/96, 61 FR 2428
1-hour ozone maintenance planGrand Rapids area3/9/956/21/96, 61 FR 31831
PM-10 maintenance planWayne County7/24/958/5/96, 61 FR 40516
General conformityStatewide11/29/9412/18/96, 61 FR 66607
Transportation conformityStatewide11/24/9412/18/96, 61 FR 66609
7.8 psi Reid vapor pressure gasoline-supplemental materialsWayne, Oakland, Macomb, Washtenaw, Livingston, St. Clair, and Monroe Counties5/16/96, 1/5/96, and 5/14/965/5/97, 62 FR 24341Includes: letter from Michigan Governor John Engler to Regional Administrator Valdas Adamkus, dated 1/5/96, letter from Michigan Director of Environmental Quality Russell Harding to Regional Administrator Valdas Adamkus, dated 5/14/96, and state report entitled “Evaluation of Air Quality Contingency Measures for Implementation in Southeast Michigan”.
Section 182(f) NOX exemptionMuskegon County11/22/959/26/97, 62 FR 50512
Carbon monoxide maintenance planDetroit area (portions of Wayne, Oakland, and Macomb Counties)3/18/996/30/99, 64 FR 35017
1-hour ozone maintenance planMuskegon County3/9/958/30/00, 65 FR 52651
1-hour ozone maintenance planAllegan County9/1/00 and 10/13/0011/24/00, 65 FR 70490
1-hour ozone maintenance planGenesee, Bay Midland, and Saginaw Counties5/9/0011/13/00, 65 FR 67629
1-hour ozone maintenance plan revisionMuskegon County3/22/018/6/01, 66 FR 40895Revision to motor vehicle emission budgets.
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