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Amendment to Requirements for Providing Information on the Delegation of the Administrator's Authorities and Responsibilities for Certain States

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AGENCY:

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

ACTION:

Direct final rule.

SUMMARY:

Pursuant to section 112(l) of the Clean Air Act, States with approved Start Printed Page 22438programs may take delegation of the Administrator's authorities and responsibilities to implement and enforce the emission standards and other requirements for hazardous air pollutants subject to this section. The delegation status of each State is published in the rules implementing section 112(l). EPA is taking this action to accomplish the following: correct a sequential numbering error in regulations that failed to reserve space for the alphabetical listing of the State of Florida; reserve space for the State of Florida; and, add delegation information for the States of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, and South Carolina.

DATES:

This direct final rule is effective July 13, 2009 without further notice, unless EPA receives adverse comment by June 12, 2009. If adverse comment is received, EPA 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:

Submit your comments, identified by Docket ID No. EPA-RO4-OAR-2008-0904 by one of the following methods:

1. www.regulations.gov: Follow the on-line instructions for submitting comments.

2. E-mail: page.lee@epa.gov.

3. Fax: 404-562-9095

4. Mail: “EPA-R04-OAR-2008-0904”, Air Toxics Assessment and Implementation Section, Air Toxics and Monitoring Branch, Air Pesticides and Toxics Management Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 4, 61 Forsyth Street, SW., Atlanta, Georgia 30303-8960.

5. Hand Delivery or Courier: Lee Page, Air Toxics and Monitoring Branch, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 4, 61 Forsyth Street, SW., Atlanta, Georgia 30303-8960. Such deliveries are only accepted during the Regional Office's normal hours of operation. The Regional Office's official hours of business are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, excluding federal holidays.

Instructions: Direct your comments to Docket ID No. EPA-RO4-OAR-2008-0904. EPA's policy is that all comments received will be included in the public docket without change and may be made available online at www.regulations.gov, including any personal information provided, unless the comment includes information claimed to be Confidential Business Information (CBI) or other information whose disclosure is restricted by statute. Do not submit through www.regulations.gov or e-mail, information that you consider to be CBI or otherwise protected. The www.regulations.gov Web site is an “anonymous access” system, which means EPA will not know your identity or contact information unless you provide it in the body of your comment. If you send an e-mail comment directly to EPA without going through www.regulations.gov, your e-mail address will be automatically captured and included as part of the comment that is placed in the public docket and made available on the Internet. If you submit an electronic comment, EPA recommends that you include your name and other contact information in the body of your comment and with any disk or CD-ROM you submit. If EPA cannot read your comment due to technical difficulties and cannot contact you for clarification, EPA may not be able to consider your comment. Electronic files should avoid the use of special characters, any form of encryption, and be free of any defects or viruses. For additional information about EPA's public docket visit the EPA Docket Center homepage at http://www.epa.gov/​epahome/​dockets.htm.

Docket: All documents in the electronic docket are listed in the www.regulations.gov index. Although listed in the index, some information is not publicly available, i.e., CBI or other information whose disclosure is restricted by statute. Certain other material, such as copyrighted material, is not placed on the Internet and will be publicly available only in hard copy form. Publicly available docket materials are available either electronically in www.regulations.gov or in hard copy at the Air Toxics Assessment and Implementation Section, Air Toxics and Monitoring Branch, Air, Pesticides and Toxics Management Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 4, 61 Forsyth Street, SW., Atlanta, Georgia 30303-8960. EPA requests that if at all possible, you contact the person listed in the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT section to schedule your inspection. The Regional Office's official hours of business are Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm, excluding federal holidays.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Lee Page, Air Toxics Assessment and Implementation Section, Air Toxics and Monitoring Branch, Air, Pesticides and Toxics Management Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Region 4, 61 Forsyth Street, SW., Atlanta Georgia 30303-8960. The telephone number is (404) 562-9131. Mr. Page can also be reached via electronic mail at page.lee@epa.gov.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

I. Background

Section 112(l) of the Clean Air Act (CAA) provides that each State may develop and submit to EPA for approval a program for the implementation and enforcement of emission standards and other requirements for hazardous air pollutants. Consistent with Section 112(l), EPA has promulgated regulations, at 40 CFR 63.90-63.99, that establish procedures for the approval of such State programs, including procedures for any partial or complete delegation of EPA's authority. The delegation status of each State is listed in 40 CFR 63.99.

II. Discussion

All eight Region 4 States (Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Tennessee) have approved programs under section 112(l) of the CAA for taking delegation of Part 63 regulations. Section 112(l) program approvals were components of each State's Title V permitting program approval and can be found in the following Federal Registers: October 29, 2001 for Alabama; October 1, 2001, for Florida; June 8, 2000, for Georgia; October 31, 2001, for Kentucky; December 28, 1994, for Mississippi; August 31, 2001, for North Carolina; June 26, 1995, for South Carolina; and March 20, 2001, for Tennessee.

The approved Part 63 delegation mechanism for the States of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, and Mississippi is a process commonly described as “adopt by reference” in which formal delegation of federal rules occurs when the State rulemaking process to adopt a federal rule by reference is complete. The approved Part 63 delegation mechanism for the States of North Carolina, South Carolina and Tennessee is a process commonly described as “automatic delegation” in which formal delegation of federal rules occurs without the need for completing specific State rulemaking actions for taking delegation and is automatically completed on the promulgation date of each Part 63 regulation.

The purpose of today's action is to identify the specific Part 63 delegations that have been previously completed for seven States: Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina and South Carolina. In addition, corrections are being made to the sequential numbering in order to maintain the list of State delegation information in alphabetical order and to Start Printed Page 22439provide space for delegation information on the State of Florida.

III. Final Action

This rule amends 40 CFR 63.99 to add CAA Section 112(l) delegation information for the States of Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Mississippi, North Carolina, and South Carolina. This action also corrects sequential numbering in 40 CFR 63.99. EPA is publishing this rule without prior proposal because the Agency views this as a noncontroversial action and anticipates no adverse comments. However, in the proposed rules section of this Federal Register publication, EPA is publishing a separate document that will serve as the proposal for this rule should adverse comments be filed. This rule will be effective July 13, 2009 without further notice unless the Agency receives adverse comments by June 12, 2009.

If the EPA receives such comments, then EPA will publish a document withdrawing the direct final rule and informing the public that the rule will not take effect. All public comments received will then be addressed in a subsequent final rule based on the proposed rule. The EPA will not institute a second comment period. Parties interested in commenting should do so at this time. If no such comments are received, the public is advised that this rule will be effective on July 13, 2009 and no further action will be taken on the proposed rule. Please note that if we receive adverse comment on an amendment, paragraph, or section of this rule and if that provision may be severed from the remainder of the rule, we may adopt as final those provisions of the rule that are not the subject of an adverse comment.

Statutory and Executive Order Reviews

Under the CAA, the Administrator is required to approve a section 112(l) delegation request that complies with the provisions of the Act and applicable Federal regulations. Thus, in reviewing section 112(l) submissions, EPA's role is to approve state choices, provided that they meet the criteria of the CAA. Accordingly, this action merely identifies previous EPA approved State delegation requests under section 112(l) and makes a correction to sequential numbering in the regulations and does not impose additional requirements beyond those imposed by state law. For that reason, this action:

  • Is not a “significant regulatory action” subject to review by the Office of Management and Budget under Executive Order 12866 (58 FR 51735, October 4, 1993);
  • Does not impose an information collection burden under the provisions of the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.);
  • Is certified as not having a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities under the Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.);
  • Does not contain any unfunded mandate or significantly or uniquely affect small governments, as described in the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 (Pub. L. 104-4);
  • Does not have Federalism implications as specified in Executive Order 13132 (64 FR 43255, August 10, 1999);
  • Is not an economically significant regulatory action based on health or safety risks subject to Executive Order 13045 (62 FR 19885, April 23, 1997);
  • Is not a significant regulatory action subject to Executive Order 13211 (66 FR 28355, May 22, 2001);
  • Is not subject to requirements of Section 12(d) of the National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act of 1995 (15 U.S.C. 272 note) because application of those requirements would be inconsistent with the CAA; and
  • Does not provide EPA with the discretionary authority to address, as appropriate, disproportionate human health or environmental effects, using practicable and legally permissible methods, under Executive Order 12898 (59 FR 7629, February 16, 1994).

In addition, this rule does not have tribal implications as specified by Executive Order 13175 (65 FR 67249, November 9, 2000), because the action is not approved to apply in Indian country located in the state, and EPA notes that it will not impose substantial direct costs on tribal governments or preempt tribal law.

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 action 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. A major rule cannot take effect until 60 days after it is published in the Federal Register. This action is not a “major rule” as defined by 5 U.S.C. 804(2).

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 July 13, 2009. Filing a petition for reconsideration by the Administrator of this final rule does not affect the finality of this action 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. Parties with objections to this direct final rule are encouraged to file a comment in response to the parallel notice of proposed rulemaking for this action published in the proposed rules section of today's Federal Register, rather than file an immediate petition for judicial review of this direct final rule, so that EPA can withdraw this direct final rule and address the comment in the proposed rulemaking. This action 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 63

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Dated: April 3, 2009.

A. Stanley Meiburg,

Acting Regional Administrator, Region 4.

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Title 40, chapter I, part 63 of the

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PART 63—[AMENDED]

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

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

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

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2. Section 63.99 is amended as follows:

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a. By adding paragraph (a)(1)(i).

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b. By redesignating paragraphs (a)(10) through (a)(48) as paragraphs (a)(11) through (a)(49), respectively.

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c. By adding a new paragraph (a)(10).

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d. By adding a new paragraph (a)(11)(i) to newly designated paragraph (a)(11).

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e. By adding a new paragraph (a)(18).

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f. In newly designated paragraph (a)(20)(iii) introductory text by removing the reference “(a)(19)(iii)(A)” and adding in its place the reference “(a)(20)(iii)(A)”.

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g. In newly designated paragraph (a)(22)(ii) introductory text by removing

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h. By adding a new paragraph (a)(25).

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i. In newly designated paragraph (a)(30)(iv) introductory text by removing the reference “(a)(29)(iii)” and adding in it's place the reference “(a)(30)(iii)”.

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j. In newly designated paragraph (a)(30)(iv)(A) introductory text by removing the reference “(a)(29)(iii)” and adding in its place the reference “(a)(30)(iii)”.

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k. In newly designated paragraph (a)(31)(i) introductory text by removing the reference “(a)(30)(i)(A)” and adding in its place the reference “(a)(31)(i)(A)”.

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l. By adding a new paragraph (a)(34)(i) to newly designated paragraph (a)(34).

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m. By adding paragraph (a)(41)(i).

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n. In newly designated paragraph (a)(48)(i) table footnote number 7 text by removing the reference “(a)(47)(ii)” and adding in its place the reference “(a)(48)(ii)”.

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o. In the newly designated paragraph (a)(48) in “Note to paragraph (a)(47)” by removing the reference “(a)(47)” and adding in its place the reference “(a)(48)”.

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Delegated Federal authorities.

(a) * * *

(1) * * *

(i) The following table lists the specific part 63 standards that have been delegated unchanged to the Alabama Department of Environmental Management for all sources. The “X” symbol is used to indicate each subpart that has been delegated. The delegations are subject to all of the conditions and limitations set forth in Federal law, regulations, policy, guidance, and determinations. Some authorities cannot be delegated and are retained by EPA. These include certain General Provisions authorities and specific parts of some standards.

Part 63 Major & Area Source Rule Delegations—Alabama 1

Source categorySubpartADEM 2JCDH 3HDNR 4
1HONF, G, H, IXXX
2Polyvinyl Chloride & Co-polymers, VACATED on 5/11/05J
3Coke OvensLXXX
4Dry CleanersMXXX
5Chromium ElectroplatingNXXX
6EtO Commercial SterilizationOXXX
7Chromium Cooling TowersQXXX
8Gasoline Distribution (stage 1)RXXX
9Pulp & Paper ISXXX
10Halogenated Solvent CleaningTXXX
11Polymer & Resins 1UXXX
12Polymer & Resins 2WXXX
13Secondary Lead SmeltersXXXX
14Marine Tank Vessel LoadingYXX
15Phosphoric Acid MfgAAXXX
16Phosphate Fertilizers ProdBBXXX
17Petroleum RefineriesCCXXX
18Offsite Waste & RecoveryDDXXX
Tanks; Level 1OOXXX
ContainersPPXXX
Surface ImpoundmentsQQXXX
Drain SystemsRRXXX
Oil-Water SeparatorsVVXXX
19Magnetic TapeEEXXX
20Aerospace IndustryGGXXX
21Oil & Natural Gas ProdHHXXX
Area Source Requirements >>.
22Shipbuilding and RepairIIXXX
23Wood Furniture MfgJJXXX
24Printing & PublishingKKXXX
25Primary AluminumLL
26Pulp & Paper II (Combustion sources)MMXXX
27Generic MACT:
Control DevicesSSXXX
Eq. Leaks—Level 1TTXXX
Eq. Leaks—Level 2UUXXX
Tanks—Level 2WWXXX
28Generic MACT:
Ethylene MfgXX & YYXXX
Carbon BlackYYXXX
Spandex ProdYYXXX
Cyanide Chemical MfgYYXXX
Acetal ResinsYYXXX
Acrylic/Modacrylic FibersYYXXX
Hydrogen Fluoride ProdYYXXX
Polycarbonates ProdYYXXX
29Steel PickelingCCCXXX
30Mineral Wool ProdDDDXXX
31Hazardous Waste Combustion (Phase I)EEEXXX
32Boilers that burn Haz. Waste (Phase II)EEEXXX
33HCL Prod. Furnaces burning Haz. Waste (P II)EEEXXX
34Pharmaceutical ProdGGGXXX
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35Nat. Gas Transmission & StorageHHHXXX
36Flexible Polyurethane Foam ProdIIIXXX
37Polymer & Resins 4JJJXXX
38Portland CementLLLXXX
39Pesticide Active IngredientsMMMXXX
40Wool FiberglassNNNXXX
41Polymer & Resins 3 (Amino & Phenolic)OOOXXX
42Polyether Polyols ProdPPPXXX
43Primary CopperQQQX
44Secondary Aluminum ProdRRRXXX
45Primary Lead SmeltingTTT
46Petro Refineries (FCC units)UUUXXX
47POTWVVVXXX
48FerroalloysXXXXXX
49Municipal LandfillsAAAAXXX
50Nutritional YeastCCCCXXX
51Plywood and Composite Wood Prod. (Partial Vacatur Oct. 07)DDDDXXX
52Organic Liquids Distribution (non-gas)EEEEXXX
53Misc. Organic NESHAPFFFFXXX
54Vegetable OilGGGGXXX
55Wet Formed FiberglassHHHHXXX
56Auto & Light Duty Truck (coating)IIIIXXX
57Paper & Other WebsJJJJXXX
58Metal Can (coating)KKKKXXX
59Misc. Metal Parts (coating)MMMMXXX
60Large Appliances (coating)NNNNXXX
61Printing, Coating, & Dyeing FabricsOOOOXXX
62Plastic Parts & Products (coating)PPPPXXX
63Wood Building ProductsQQQQXXX
64Metal Furniture (coating)RRRRXXX
65Metal Coil (coating)SSSSXXX
66Leather Tanning & FinishingTTTTX
67Cellulose Ethers Prod. Misc. Viscose ProcessesUUUUX
68Boat ManufacturingVVVVXXX
69Reinforced Plastic CompositesWWWWXXX
70Rubber Tire MfgXXXXXXX
71Stationary Combustion TurbinesYYYYXXX
72Reciprocating Int. Combustion EnginesZZZZXXX
Area Source Requirements >>.
73Lime ManufacturingAAAAAXXX
74Semiconductor ProductionBBBBBXXX
75Coke Ovens: (Push/Quench/Battery/Stacks)CCCCCXXX
76Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Boilers & Process Heaters, VACATED on 7/30/07DDDDD
77Iron FoundriesEEEEEXXX
78Integrated Iron & SteelFFFFFXXX
79Site RemediationGGGGGXXX
80Misc. Coating ManufacturingHHHHHXXX
81Mercury Cell Chlor-AlkaliIIIIIXXX
82Brick & Structural Clay Products, VACATED on 6/18/07JJJJJ
83Clay Ceramics Manufacturing, VACATED on 6/18/07KKKKK
84Asphalt Roofing & ProcessingLLLLLXXX
85Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabricationMMMMMX
86Hydrochloric Acid Prod/Fumed SilicaNNNNNXXX
87Engine & Rocket Test FacilitiesPPPPPXXX
88Friction Materials ManufacturingQQQQQXXX
89Taconite Iron OreRRRRRXXX
90RefactoriesSSSSSX
91Primary MagnesiumTTTTTXXX
Area Source Rules
92Hospital SterilizersWWWWW
93Stainless and Nonstainless Steel Mfg. Electric Arc FurnacesYYYYY
94Iron & Steel foundriesZZZZZ
95Gasoline Distribution—BulkBBBBBB
96Gasoline Dispensing FacilitiesCCCCCC
97PVC & Copolymers ProdDDDDDDXX
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98Primary CopperEEEEEEXX
99Secondary Copper SmeltingFFFFFFXX
100Primary Nonferrous MetalsGGGGGGXX
101Paint StrippingHHHHHH
Auto-Body Refinishing
Plastic Parts & Prod. (coating)
102Acrylic/Modacrylic Fibers ProdLLLLLL
103Carbon Black ProdMMMMMM
104Chemical Mfg. ChromNNNNNN
105Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabOOOOOO
Flex. Polyurethane Foam Prod
106Lead Acid Battery MfgPPPPPP
107Wood PreservingQQQQQQ
108Clay Ceramics MfgRRRRRR
109Glass MfgSSSSSS
110Secondary Nonferrous MetalsTTTTTT
110Plating and PolishingWWWWWW
112Industrial Mach. & Eq. FinishingXXXXXX
Elect. & Electronics Eq. Finishing
Fabricated Metal Prod
Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shop)
Fabricated Structural Metal Mfg
Heating Eq. Mfg
Iron and Steel Forging
Primary Metals Prod. Mfg
Valves and Pipe Fittings Mfg
113Ferroalloys ProductionYYYYYY
Ferro/Silico Manganese
1 State program approved on October 29, 2001. Table last updated on October 5, 2008.
2 Alabama Department of Environmental Management.
3 Jefferson County Department of Health.
4 Huntsville Department of Natural Resources.
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(10) Florida.

(i) The following table lists the specific part 63 standards that have been delegated unchanged to the Florida Department of Environmental Protection (FDEP) for all sources. The “X” symbol is used to indicate each subpart that has been delegated. The delegations are subject to all of the conditions and limitations set forth in Federal law, regulations, policy, guidance, and determinations. Some authorities cannot be delegated and are retained by EPA. These include certain General Provisions authorities and specific parts of some standards.

Part 63 Major & Area Source Rule Delegations—Florida 1

Source categorySubpartFDEP
1HONF, G, H, IX
2Polyvinyl Chloride & Co-polymers VACATED on 5/11/05JX
3Coke OvensLX
4Dry CleanersMX
5Chromium ElectroplatingNX
6EtO Commercial SterilizationOX
7Chromium Cooling TowersQX
8Gasoline Distribution (stage 1)RX
9Pulp & Paper ISX
10Halogenated Solvent CleaningTX
11Polymer & Resins 1UX
12Polymer & Resins 2WX
13Secondary Lead SmeltersXX
14Marine Tank Vessel LoadingYX
15Phosphoric Acid MfgAAX
16Phosphate Fertilizers ProdBBX
17Petroleum RefineriesCCX
18Offsite Waste & RecoveryDDX
Tanks; Level 1OOX
ContainersPPX
Surface ImpoundmentsQQX
Drain SystemsRRX
Oil-Water SeparatorsVVX
19Magnetic TapeEEX
20Aerospace IndustryGGX
21Oil & Natural Gas ProdHHX
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22Shipbuilding and RepairIIX
23Wood Furniture MfgJJX
24Printing & PublishingKKX
25Primary AluminumLLX
26Pulp & Paper II (Combustion sources)MMX
27Generic MACT:
Control DevicesSSX
Eq. Leaks—Level 1TTX
Eq. Leaks—Level 2UUX
Tanks—Level 2WWX
28Generic MACT:
Ethylene MfgXX & YYX
Carbon BlackYYX
Spandex ProdYYX
Cyanide Chemical MfgYYX
Acetal ResinsYYX
Acrylic/Modacrylic FibersYYX
Hydrogen Fluoride ProdYYX
Polycarbonates ProdYYX
29Steel PickelingCCCX
30Mineral Wool ProdDDDX
31Hazardous Waste Combustion (Phase I)EEEX
32Boilers that burn Haz. Waste (Phase II)EEEX
33HCL Prod. Furnaces burning Haz. Waste (P II)EEEX
34Pharmaceutical ProdGGGX
35Nat. Gas Transmission & StorageHHHX
36Flexible Polyurethane Foam ProdIIIX
37Polymer & Resins 4JJJX
38Portland CementLLLX
39Pesticide Active IngredientsMMMX
40Wool FiberglassNNNX
41Polymer & Resins 3 (Amino & Phenolic)OOOX
42Polyether Polyols ProdPPPX
43Primary CopperQQQX
44Secondary Aluminum ProdRRRX
45Primary Lead SmeltingTTTX
46Petro Refineries (FCC units)UUUX
47POTWVVVX
48FerroalloysXXXX
49Municipal LandfillsAAAAX
50Nutritional YeastCCCCX
51Plywood and Composite Wood Prod. (Partial Vacatur Oct. 07)DDDDX
52Organic Liquids Distribution (non-gas)EEEEX
53Misc. Organic NESHAPFFFFX
54Vegetable OilGGGGX
55Wet Formed FiberglassHHHHX
56Auto & Light Duty Truck (coating)IIIIX
57Paper & Other WebsJJJJX
58Metal Can (coating)KKKKX
59Misc. Metal Parts (coating)MMMMX
60Large Appliances (coating)NNNNX
61Printing, Coating, & Dyeing FabricsOOOOX
62Plastic Parts & Products (coating)PPPPX
63Wood Building ProductsQQQQX
64Metal Furniture (coating)RRRRX
65Metal Coil (coating)SSSSX
66Leather Tanning & FinishingTTTTX
67Cellulose Ethers Prod. Misc. Viscose ProcessesUUUUX
68Boat ManufacturingVVVVX
69Reinforced Plastic CompositesWWWWX
70Rubber Tire MfgXXXXX
71Stationary Combustion TurbinesYYYYX
72Reciprocating Int. Combustion EnginesZZZZX
Area Source Requirements >>.
73Lime ManufacturingAAAAAX
74Semiconductor ProductionBBBBBX
75Coke Ovens: (Push/Quench/Battery/Stacks)CCCCCX
76Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Boilers & Process Heaters, VACATED on 7/30/07DDDDD
77Iron FoundriesEEEEEX
78Integrated Iron & SteelFFFFFX
79Site RemediationGGGGGX
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80Misc. Coating ManufacturingHHHHHX
81Mercury Cell Chlor-AlkaliIIIIIX
82Brick & Structural Clay Products, VACATED on 6/18/07JJJJJX
83Clay Ceramics Manufacturing, VACATED on 6/18/07KKKKKX
84Asphalt Roofing & ProcessingLLLLLX
85Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabricationMMMMMX
86Hydrochloric Acid Prod/Fumed SilicaNNNNNX
87Engine & Rocket Test FacilitiesPPPPPX
88Friction Materials ManufacturingQQQQQX
89Taconite Iron OreRRRRRX
90RefactoriesSSSSSX
91Primary MagnesiumTTTTTX
Area Source Rules
92Hospital SterilizersWWWWW
93Stainless and Nonstainless Steel Mfg. Electric Arc FurnacesYYYYYX
94Iron & Steel foundriesZZZZZX
95Gasoline Distribution—BulkBBBBBB
96Gasoline Dispensing FacilitiesCCCCCC
97PVC & Copolymers ProdDDDDDDX
98Primary CopperEEEEEEX
99Secondary Copper SmeltingFFFFFFX
100Primary Nonferrous MetalsGGGGGGX
101Paint StrippingHHHHHH
Auto-Body Refinishing
Plastic Parts & Prod. (coating)
102Acrylic/Modacrylic Fibers ProdLLLLLLX
103Carbon Black ProdMMMMMMX
104Chemical Mfg. ChromNNNNNNX
105Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabOOOOOOX
Flex. Polyurethane Foam Prod
106Lead Acid Battery MfgPPPPPPX
107Wood PreservingQQQQQQX
108Clay Ceramics MfgRRRRRRX
109Glass MfgSSSSSSX
110Secondary Nonferrous MetalsTTTTTTX
110Plating and PolishingWWWWWW
112Industrial Mach. & Eq. FinishingXXXXXX
Elect. & Electronics Eq. Finishing
Fabricated Metal Prod
Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shop)
Fabricated Structural Metal Mfg
Heating Eq. Mfg
Iron and Steel Forging
Primary Metals Prod. Mfg
Valves and Pipe Fittings Mfg
113Ferroalloys ProductionYYYYYY
Ferro/Silico Manganese
1 State program approved on October 1, 2001. Delegation table last updated on December 19, 2008.

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(i) The following table lists the specific part 63 standards that have been delegated unchanged to the Georgia Environmental Protection Division (GEPD) for all sources. The “X” symbol is used to indicate each subpart that has been delegated. The delegations are subject to all of the conditions and limitations set force in Federal law, regulations, policy, guidance, and determinations. Some authorities cannot be delegated and are retained by EPA. These include certain General Provisions authorities and specific parts of some standards.

Part 63 Major & Area Source Rule Delegations—Georgia 1

Source categorySubpartGEPD
1HONF, G, H, IX
2Polyvinyl Chloride & Co-polymers VACATED on 5/11/05JX
3Coke OvensLX
4Dry CleanersMX
5Chromium ElectroplatingNX
6EtO Commercial SterilizationOX
7Chromium Cooling TowersQX
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8Gasoline Distribution (stage 1)RX
9Pulp & Paper ISX
10Halogenated Solvent CleaningTX
11Polymer & Resins 1UX
12Polymer & Resins 2WX
13Secondary Lead SmeltersXX
14Marine Tank Vessel LoadingYX
15Phosphoric Acid MfgAAX
16Phosphate Fertilizers ProdBBX
17Petroleum RefineriesCCX
18Offsite Waste & RecoveryDDX
Tanks; Level 1OOX
ContainersPPX
Surface ImpoundmentsQQX
Drain SystemsRRX
Oil-Water SeparatorsVVX
19Magnetic TapeEEX
20Aerospace IndustryGGX
21Oil & Natural Gas ProdHHX
Area Source Requirements >>.
22Shipbuilding and RepairIIX
23Wood Furniture MfgJJX
24Printing & PublishingKKX
25Primary AluminumLL
26Pulp & Paper II (Combustion sources)MMX
27Generic MACT:
Control DevicesSSX
Eq. Leaks—Level 1TTX
Eq. Leaks—Level 2UUX
Tanks—Level 2WWX
28Generic MACT:
Ethylene MfgXX & YYX
Carbon BlackYYX
Spandex ProdYYX
Cyanide Chemical MfgYYX
Acetal ResinsYYX
Acrylic/Modacrylic FibersYYX
Hydrogen Fluoride ProdYYX
Polycarbonates ProdYYX
29Steel PickelingCCCX
30Mineral Wool ProdDDDX
31Hazardous Waste Combustion (Phase I)EEEX
32Boilers that burn Haz. Waste (Phase II)EEEX
33HCL Prod. Furnaces burning Haz. Waste (P II)EEEX
34Pharmaceutical ProdGGGX
35Nat. Gas Transmission & StorageHHHX
36Flexible Polyurethane Foam ProdI I IX
37Polymer & Resins 4JJJX
38Portland CementLLLX
39Pesticide Active IngredientsMMMX
40Wool FiberglassNNNX
41Polymer & Resins 3 (Amino & Phenolic)OOOX
42Polyether Polyols ProdPPPX
43Primary CopperQQQX
44Secondary Aluminum ProdRRRX
45Primary Lead SmeltingTTTX
46Petro Refineries (FCC units)UUUX
47POTWVVVX
48FerroalloysXXXX
49Municipal LandfillsAAAAX
50Nutritional YeastCCCCX
51Plywood and Composite Wood Prod. (Partial Vacatur Oct. 07)DDDDX
52Organic Liquids Distribution (non-gas)EEEEX
53Misc. Organic NESHAPFFFFX
54Vegetable OilGGGGX
55Wet Formed FiberglassHHHHX
56Auto & Light Duty Truck (coating)IIIIX
57Paper & Other WebsJJJJX
58Metal Can (coating)KKKKX
59Misc. Metal Parts (coating)MMMMX
60Large Appliances (coating)NNNNX
61Printing, Coating, & Dyeing FabricsOOOOX
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62Plastic Parts & Products (coating)PPPPX
63Wood Building ProductsQQQQX
64Metal Furniture (coating)RRRRX
65Metal Coil (coating)S S S SX
66Leather Tanning & FinishingTTTTX
67Cellulose Ethers Prod. Misc. Viscose ProcessesUUUUX
68Boat ManufacturingVVVVX
69Reinforced Plastic CompositesWWWWX
70Rubber Tire MfgXXXXX
71Stationary Combustion TurbinesYYYYX
72Reciprocating Int. Combustion EnginesZZZZX
Area Source Requirements >>.
73Lime ManufacturingAAAAAX
74Semiconductor ProductionBBBBBX
75Coke Ovens: (Push/Quench/Battery/Stacks)CCCCCX
76Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Boilers & Process Heaters, VACATED on 7/30/07DDDDD
77Iron FoundriesEEEEEX
78Integrated Iron & SteelFFFFFX
79Site RemediationGGGGGX
80Misc. Coating ManufacturingHHHHHX
81Mercury Cell Chlor-AlkaliIIIIIX
82Brick & Structural Clay Products, VACATED on 6/18/07JJJJJ
83Clay Ceramics Manufacturing, VACATED on 6/18/07KKKKK
84Asphalt Roofing & ProcessingLLLLLX
85Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabricationMMMMMX
86Hydrochloric Acid Prod/Fumed SilicaNNNNNX
87Engine & Rocket Test FacilitiesPPPPPX
88Friction Materials ManufacturingQQQQQX
89Taconite Iron OreRRRRRX
90RefactoriesSSSSSX
91Primary MagnesiumTTTTTX
Area Source Rules
92Hospital SterilizersWWWWW
93Stainless and Nonstainless Steel Mfg. Electric Arc FurnacesYYYYY
94Iron & Steel foundriesZZZZZ
95Gasoline Distribution—BulkBBBBBB
96Gasoline Dispensing FacilitiesCCCCCC
97PVC & Copolymers ProdDDDDDD
98Primary CopperEEEEEE
99Secondary Copper SmeltingFFFFFF
100Primary Nonferrous MetalsGGGGGG
Paint Stripping
101Auto-Body RefinishingHHHHHH
Plastic Parts & Prod. (coating)
102Acrylic/Modacrylic Fibers ProdLLLLLL
103Carbon Black ProdMMMMMM
104Chemical Mfg. ChromNNNNNN
Flex. Polyurethane Foam Fab
105Flex. Polyurethane Foam ProdOOOOOO
106Lead Acid Battery MfgPPPPPP
107Wood PreservingQQQQQQ
108Clay Ceramics MfgRRRRRR
109Glass MfgSSSSSS
110Secondary Nonferrous MetalsTTTTTT
110Plating and PolishingWWWWWW
112Industrial Mach. & Eq. FinishingXXXXXX
Elect. & Electronics Eq. Finishing
Fabricated Metal Prod
Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shop)
Fabricated Structural Metal Mfg
Heating Eq. Mfg
Iron and Steel Forging
Primary Metals Prod. Mfg
Valves and Pipe Fittings Mfg
113Ferroalloys ProductionYYYYYY
Ferro/Silico Manganese
1 State program approved on June 8, 2000. Delegation table last updated on September 15, 2008.
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(18) Kentucky.

(i) The following table lists the specific part 63 standards that have been delegated unchanged to the Kentucky Department of Environmental Protection for all sources. The “X” symbol is used to indicate each subpart that has been delegated. The delegations are subject to all of the conditions and limitations set forth in Federal law, regulations, policy, guidance, and determinations. Some authorities cannot be delegated and are retained by EPA. These include certain General Provisions authorities and specific parts of some standards.

Part 63 Major & Area Source Rule Delegations—Kentucky 1

Source categorySubpartKDEP 2LAPCD 3
1HONF, G, H, IXX
2Polyvinyl Chloride & Co-polymers VACATED on 5/11/05J
3Coke OvensLXX
4Dry CleanersMXX
5Chromium ElectroplatingNXX
6EtO Commercial SterilizationOXX
7Chromium Cooling TowersQXX
8Gasoline Distribution (stage 1)RXX
9Pulp & Paper ISXX
10Halogenated Solvent CleaningTXX
11Polymer & Resins 1UXX
12Polymer & Resins 2WXX
13Secondary Lead SmeltersXXX
14Marine Tank Vessel LoadingYXX
15Phosphoric Acid MfgAAXX
16Phosphate Fertilizers ProdBBXX
17Petroleum RefineriesCCXX
18Offsite Waste & RecoveryDDXX
Tanks; Level 1OOXX
ContainersPPXX
Surface ImpoundmentsQQXX
Drain SystemsRRXX
Oil-Water SeparatorsVVXX
19Magnetic TapeEEXX
20Aerospace IndustryGGXX
21Oil & Natural Gas ProdHHXX
Area Source Requirements >>.X
22Shipbuilding and RepairIIXX
23Wood Furniture MfgJJXX
24Printing & PublishingKKXX
25Primary AluminumLLX
26Pulp & Paper II (Combustion sources)MMXX
27Generic MACT:
Control DevicesSSXX
Eq. Leaks—Level 1TTXX
Eq. Leaks—Level 2UUXX
Tanks—Level 2WWXX
28Generic MACT:
Ethylene MfgXX & YYXX
Carbon BlackYYXX
Spandex ProdYYXX
Cyanide Chemical MfgYYXX
Acetal ResinsYYXX
Acrylic/Modacrylic FibersYYXX
Hydrogen Fluoride ProdYYXX
Polycarbonates ProdYYXX
29Steel PicklingCCCXX
30Mineral Wool ProdDDDXX
31Hazardous Waste Combustion (Phase I)EEEXX
32Boilers that burn Haz. Waste (Phase II)EEEXX
33HCL Prod. Furnaces burning Haz. Waste (P II)EEEXX
34Pharmaceutical ProdGGGXX
35Nat. Gas Transmission & StorageHHHXX
36Flexible Polyurethane Foam ProdIIIXX
37Polymer & Resins 4JJJXX
38Portland CementLLLXX
39Pesticide Active IngredientsMMMXX
40Wool FiberglassNNNXX
41Polymer & Resins 3 (Amino & Phenolic)OOOXX
42Polyether Polyols ProdPPPXX
43Primary CopperQQQXX
44Secondary Aluminum ProdRRRXX
45Primary Lead SmeltingTTTX
46Petro Refineries (FCC units)UUUXX
47POTWVVVXX
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48FerroalloysXXXXX
49Municipal LandfillsAAAAXX
50Nutritional YeastCCCCXX
51Plywood and Composite Wood Prod. (Partial Vacatur Oct. 07)DDDDXX
52Organic Liquids Distribution (non-gas)EEEEXX
53Misc. Organic NESHAPFFFFXX
54Vegetable OilGGGGXX
55Wet Formed FiberglassHHHHXX
56Auto & Light Duty Truck (coating)IIIIXX
57Paper & Other WebsJJJJXX
58Metal Can (coating)KKKKXX
59Misc. Metal Parts (coating)MMMMXX
60Large Appliances (coating)NNNNXX
61Printing, Coating, & Dyeing FabricsOOOOXX
62Plastic Parts & Products (coating)PPPPXX
63Wood Building ProductsQQQQXX
64Metal Furniture (coating)RRRRXX
65Metal Coil (coating)SSSSXX
66Leather Tanning & FinishingTTTTXX
67Cellulose Ethers Prod. Misc. Viscose ProcessesUUUUXX
68Boat ManufacturingVVVVXX
69Reinforced Plastic CompositesWWWWXX
70Rubber Tire MfgXXXXXX
71Stationary Combustion TurbinesYYYYXX
72Reciprocating Int. Combustion EnginesZZZZXX
Area Source Requirements >>.X
73Lime ManufacturingAAAAAXX
74Semiconductor ProductionBBBBBXX
75Coke Ovens: (Push/Quench/Battery/Stacks)CCCCCXX
76Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Boilers & Process Heaters, VACATED on 7/30/07DDDDD
77Iron FoundriesEEEEEXX
78Integrated Iron & SteelFFFFFXX
79Site RemediationGGGGGXX
80Misc. Coating ManufacturingHHHHHXX
81Mercury Cell Chlor-AlkaliIIIIIXX
82Brick & Structural Clay Products, VACATED on 6/18/07JJJJJ
83Clay Ceramics Manufacturing, VACATED on 6/18/07KKKKK
84Asphalt Roofing & ProcessingLLLLLXX
85Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabricationMMMMMXX
86Hydrochloric Acid Prod/Fumed SilicaNNNNNXX
87Engine & Rocket Test FacilitiesPPPPPXX
88Friction Materials ManufacturingQQQQQXX
89Taconite Iron OreRRRRRXX
90RefactoriesSSSSSXX
91Primary MagnesiumTTTTTXX
Area Source Rules
92Hospital SterilizersWWWWWX
93Electric Arc Furnaces Stainless and Nonstainless Steel MfgYYYYYX
94Iron & Steel foundriesZZZZZX
95Gasoline Distribution—BulkBBBBBBX
96Gasoline Dispensing FacilitiesCCCCCCX
97PVC & Copolymers ProdDDDDDDX
98Primary CopperEEEEEEX
99Secondary Copper SmeltingFFFFFFX
100Primary Nonferrous MetalsGGGGGGX
Paint Stripping
101Auto-Body RefinishingHHHHHHX
Plastic Parts & Prod. (coating)
102Acrylic/Modacrylic Fibers ProdLLLLLLX
103Carbon Black ProdMMMMMMX
104Chemical Mfg. ChromNNNNNNX
Flex. Polyurethane Foam Fab
105Flex. Polyurethane Foam ProdOOOOOOX
106Lead Acid Battery MfgPPPPPPX
107Wood PreservingQQQQQQX
108Clay Ceramics MfgRRRRRR
109Glass MfgSSSSSS
110Secondary Nonferrous MetalsTTTTTT
110Plating and PolishingWWWWWW
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112Heating Eq. MfgXXXXXX
Industrial Mach. & Eq. Finishing
Elect. & Electronics Eq. Finishing
Fabricated Metal Prod
Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shop)
Fabricated Structural Metal Mfg
Iron and Steel Forging
Primary Metals Prod. Mfg
Valves and Pipe Fittings Mfg
Ferroalloys Production
113Ferro/Silico ManganeseYYYYYY
1 State program approved on October 31, 2001. Delegation table last updated on April 1, 2009.
2 Kentucky Department for Environmental Protection.
3 Louisville Air Pollution Control District.

(ii) [Reserved]

* * * * *

(25) Mississippi.

(i) The following table lists the specific part 63 standards that have been delegated unchanged to the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) for all sources. The “X” symbol is used to indicate each subpart that has been delegated. The delegations are subject to all of the conditions and limitations set forth in Federal law, regulations, policy, guidance, and determinations. Some authorities cannot be delegated and are retained by EPA. These include certain General Provisions authorities and specific parts of some standards.

Part 63 Major & Area Source Rule Delegations—Mississippi 1

Source categorySubpartMDEQ
1HONF, G, H, IX
2Polyvinyl Chloride & Co-polymers VACATED on 5/11/05J
3Coke OvensLX
4Dry CleanersMX
5Chromium ElectroplatingNX
6EtO Commercial SterilizationOX
7Chromium Cooling TowersQX
8Gasoline Distribution (stage 1)RX
9Pulp & Paper ISX
10Halogenated Solvent CleaningTX
11Polymer & Resins 1UX
12Polymer & Resins 2WX
13Secondary Lead SmeltersXX
14Marine Tank Vessel LoadingYX
15Phosphoric Acid MfgAAX
16Phosphate Fertilizers ProdBBX
17Petroleum RefineriesCCX
18Offsite Waste & RecoveryDDX
Tanks; Level 1OOX
ContainersPPX
Surface ImpoundmentsQQX
Drain SystemsRRX
Oil-Water SeparatorsVVX
19Magnetic TapeEEX
20Aerospace IndustryGGX
21Oil & Natural Gas ProdHHX
Area Source Requirements >>.
22Shipbuilding and RepairIIX
23Wood Furniture MfgJJX
24Printing & PublishingKKX
25Primary AluminumLLX
26Pulp & Paper II (Combustion sources)MMX
27Generic MACT:
Control DevicesSSX
Eq. Leaks—Level 1TTX
Eq. Leaks—Level 2UUX
Tanks—Level 2WWX
28Generic MACT:
Ethylene MfgXX & YYX
Carbon BlackYYX
Spandex ProdYYX
Cyanide Chemical MfgYYX
Acetal ResinsYYX
Acrylic/Modacrylic FibersYYX
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Hydrogen Fluoride ProdYYX
Polycarbonates ProdYYX
29Steel PickelingCCCX
30Mineral Wool ProdDDDX
31Hazardous Waste Combustion (Phase I)EEEX
32Boilers that burn Haz. Waste (Phase II)EEEX
33HCL Prod. Furnaces burning Haz. Waste (P II)EEEX
34Pharmaceutical ProdGGGX
35Nat. Gas Transmission & StorageHHHX
36Flexible Polyurethane Foam ProdIIIX
37Polymer & Resins 4JJJX
38Portland CementLLLX
39Pesticide Active IngredientsMMMX
40Wool FiberglassNNNX
41Polymer & Resins 3 (Amino & Phenolic)OOOX
42Polyether Polyols ProdPPPX
43Primary CopperQQQX
44Secondary Aluminum ProdRRRX
45Primary Lead SmeltingTTTX
46Petro Refineries (FCC units)UUUX
47POTWVVVX
48FerroalloysXXXX
49Municipal LandfillsAAAAX
50Nutritional YeastCCCCX
51Plywood and Composite Wood Prod. (Partial Vacatur Oct. 07)DDDDX
52Organic Liquids Distribution (non-gas)EEEEX
53Misc. Organic NESHAPFFFFX
54Vegetable OilGGGGX
55Wet Formed FiberglassHHHHX
56Auto & Light Duty Truck (coating)IIIIX
57Paper & Other WebsJJJJX
58Metal Can (coating)KKKKX
59Misc. Metal Parts (coating)MMMMX
60Large Appliances (coating)NNNNX
61Printing, Coating, & Dyeing FabricsOOOOX
62Plastic Parts & Products (coating)PPPPX
63Wood Building ProductsQQQQX
64Metal Furniture (coating)RRRRX
65Metal Coil (coating)SSSSX
66Leather Tanning & FinishingTTTTX
67Cellulose Ethers Prod. Misc. Viscose ProcessesUUUUX
68Boat ManufacturingVVVVX
69Reinforced Plastic CompositesWWWWX
70Rubber Tire MfgXXXXX
71Stationary Combustion TurbinesYYYYX
72Reciprocating Int. Combustion EnginesZZZZX
Area Source Requirements >>.
73Lime ManufacturingAAAAAX
74Semiconductor ProductionBBBBBX
75Coke Ovens: (Push/Quench/Battery/Stacks)CCCCCX
76Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Boilers & Process Heaters, VACATED on 7/30/07DDDDD
77Iron FoundriesEEEEEX
78Integrated Iron & SteelFFFFFX
79Site RemediationGGGGGX
80Misc. Coating ManufacturingHHHHHX
81Mercury Cell Chlor-AlkaliIIIIIX
82Brick & Structural Clay Products, VACATED on 6/18/07JJJJJ
83Clay Ceramics Manufacturing, VACATED on 6/18/07KKKKK
84Asphalt Roofing & ProcessingLLLLLX
85Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabricationMMMMMX
86Hydrochloric Acid Prod/Fumed SilicaNNNNNX
87Engine & Rocket Test FacilitiesPPPPPX
88Friction Materials ManufacturingQQQQQX
89Taconite Iron OreRRRRRX
90RefactoriesSSSSSX
91Primary MagnesiumTTTTTX
Area Source Rules
92Hospital SterilizersWWWWWX
93Stainless and Nonstainless Steel Mfg. Electric Arc FurnacesYYYYYX
94Iron & Steel foundriesZZZZZX
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95Gasoline Distribution—BulkBBBBBBX
96Gasoline Dispensing FacilitiesCCCCCCX
97PVC & Copolymers Prod.DDDDDDX
98Primary CopperEEEEEEX
99Secondary Copper SmeltingFFFFFFX
100Primary Nonferrous MetalsGGGGGGX
Paint Stripping
101Auto-Body RefinishingHHHHHH
Plastic Parts & Prod. (coating)
102Acrylic/Modacrylic Fibers ProdLLLLLLX
103Carbon Black ProdMMMMMMX
104Chemical Mfg. ChromNNNNNNX
Flex. Polyurethane Foam Fab
105Flex. Polyurethane Foam ProdOOOOOOX
106Lead Acid Battery Mfg.PPPPPPX
107Wood PreservingQQQQQQX
108Clay Ceramics MfgRRRRRRX
109Glass MfgSSSSSSX
110Secondary Nonferrous MetalsTTTTTTX
110Plating and PolishingWWWWWWX
112Heating Eq. MfgXXXXXXX
Industrial Mach. & Eq. Finishing
Elect. & Electronics Eq. Finishing
Fabricated Metal Prod
Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shop)
Fabricated Structural Metal Mfg
Iron and Steel Forging
Primary Metals Prod. Mfg
Valves and Pipe Fittings Mfg
113Ferroalloys Production Ferro/Silico ManganeseYYYYYY
1 State program approved on December 28, 1994. Delegation table last updated on November 3, 2008.

(ii) [Reserved]

* * * * *

(34) * * *

(i) The following table lists the specific part 63 standards that have been delegated unchanged to the North Carolina Department of Environment and Natural Resources (NCDENR) for all sources. The “X” symbol is used to indicate each subpart that has been delegated. The delegations are subject to all of the conditions and limitations set forth in Federal law, regulations, policy, guidance, and determinations. Some authorities cannot be delegated and are retained by EPA. These include certain General Provisions authorities and specific parts of some standards.

Part 63 Major & Area Source Rule Delegations—North Carolina 1

Source categorySubpartNCDENRFCEAD 2MCDEP 3WNC 4
HONF, G, H, IXXXX
Polyvinyl Chloride & Co-polymers VACATED on 5/11/05J
Coke OvensLXXXX
Dry CleanersMXXXX
Chromium ElectroplatingNXXXX
EtO Commercial SterilizationOXXXX
Chromium Cooling TowersQXXXX
Gasoline Distribution (stage 1)RXXXX
Pulp & Paper ISXXXX
Halogenated Solvent CleaningTXXXX
Polymer & Resins 1UXXXX
Polymer & Resins 2WXXXX
Secondary Lead SmeltersXXXXX
Marine Tank Vessel LoadingYXXXX
Phosphoric Acid MfgAAXXXX
Phosphate Fertilizers ProdBBXXXX
Petroleum RefineriesCCXXXX
Offsite Waste & RecoveryDDXXXX
Tanks; Level 1OOXXXX
ContainersPPXXXX
Surface ImpoundmentsQQXXXX
Drain SystemsRRXXXX
Oil-Water SeparatorsVVXXXX
Magnetic TapeEEXXXX
Start Printed Page 22452
Aerospace IndustryGGXXXX
Oil & Natural Gas ProdHHXXXX
Area Source Requirements >>.
Shipbuilding and RepairIIXXXX
Wood Furniture MfgJJXXXX
Printing & PublishingKKXXXX
Primary AluminumLLXXXX
Pulp & Paper II (Combustion sources)MMXXXX
Generic MACT
Control DevicesSSXXXX
Eq. Leaks—Level 1TTXXXX
Eq. Leaks—Level 2UUXXXX
Tanks—Level 2WWXXXX
Generic MACT
Ethylene MfgXX & YYXXXX
Carbon BlackYYXXXX
Spandex ProdYYXXXX
Cyanide Chemical MfgYYXXXX
Acetal ResinsYYXXXX
Acrylic/Modacrylic FibersYYXXXX
Hydrogen Fluoride ProdYYXXXX
Polycarbonates ProdYYXXXX
Steel PickelingCCCXXXX
Mineral Wool ProdDDDXXXX
Hazardous Waste Combustion (Phase I)EEEXXXX
Boilers that burn Haz. Waste (Phase II)EEEXXXX
HCL Prod. Furnaces burning Haz. Waste (P II)EEEXXXX
Pharmaceutical ProdGGGXXXX
Nat. Gas Transmission & StorageHHHXXXX
Flexible Polyurethane Foam ProdIIIXXXX
Polymer & Resins 4JJJXXXX
Portland CementLLLXXXX
Pesticide Active IngredientsMMMXXXX
Wool FiberglassNNNXXXX
Polymer & Resins 3 (Amino & Phenolic)OOOXXXX
Polyether Polyols ProdPPPXXXX
Primary CopperQQQXXXX
Secondary Aluminum ProdRRRXXXX
Primary Lead SmeltingTTTXXXX
Petro Refineries (FCC units)UUUXXXX
POTWVVVXXXX
FerroalloysXXXXXXX
Municipal LandfillsAAAAXXXX
Nutritional YeastCCCCXXXX
Plywood and Composite Wood Prod. (Partial Vacatur Oct. 07)DDDDXXXX
Organic Liquids Distribution (non-gas)EEEEXXXX
Misc. Organic NESHAPFFFFXXXX
Vegetable OilGGGGXXXX
Wet Formed FiberglassHHHHXXXX
Auto & Light Duty Truck (coating)IIIIXXXX
Paper & Other WebsJJJJXXXX
Metal Can (coating)KKKKXXXX
Misc. Metal Parts (coating)MMMMXXXX
Large Appliances (coating)NNNNXXXX
Printing, Coating, & Dyeing FabricsOOOOXXXX
Plastic Parts & Products (coating)PPPPXXXX
Wood Building ProductsQQQQXXXX
Metal Furniture (coating)RRRRXXXX
Metal Coil (coating)SSSSXXXX
Leather Tanning & FinishingTTTTXXXX
Cellulose Ethers Prod. Misc. Viscose ProcessesUUUUXXXX
Boat ManufacturingVVVVXXXX
Reinforced Plastic CompositesWWWWXXXX
Rubber Tire MfgXXXXXXXX
Stationary Combustion TurbinesYYYYXXXX
Reciprocating Int. Combustion EnginesZZZZXXXX
Area Source Requirements >>.
Lime ManufacturingAAAAAXXXX
Semiconductor ProductionBBBBBXXXX
Coke Ovens: (Push/Quench/Battery/Stacks)CCCCCXXXX
Industrial/Commercial/InstitutionalDDDDD
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Boilers & Process Heaters, VACATED on 7/30/07
Iron FoundriesEEEEEXXXX
Integrated Iron & SteelFFFFFXXXX
Site RemediationGGGGGXXXX
Misc. Coating ManufacturingHHHHHXXXX
Mercury Cell Chlor-AlkaliIIIIIXXXX
Brick & Structural Clay Products, VACATED on 6/18/07JJJJJ
Clay Ceramics Manufacturing, VACATED on 6/18/07KKKKK
Asphalt Roofing & ProcessingLLLLLXXXX
Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabricationMMMMMXXXX
Hydrochloric Acid Prod/Fumed SilicaNNNNNXXXX
Engine & Rocket Test FacilitiesPPPPPXXXX
Friction Materials ManufacturingQQQQQXXXX
Taconite Iron OreRRRRRXXXX
RefactoriesSSSSSXXXX
Primary MagnesiumTTTTTXXXX
Area Source Rules
Hospital SterilizersWWWWWXXXX
Stainless and Nonstainless Steel Mfg Electric Arc FurnacesYYYYYXXXX
Iron & Steel foundriesZZZZZXXXX
Gasoline Distribution—BulkBBBBBBXXXX
Gasoline Dispensing FacilitiesCCCCCCXXXX
PVC & Copolymers ProdDDDDDDXXXX
Primary CopperEEEEEEXXXX
Secondary Copper SmeltingFFFFFFXXXX
Primary Nonferrous MetalsGGGGGGXXXX
Paint Stripping
Auto-Body RefinishingHHHHHHXXXX
Plastic Parts & Prod. (coating)
Acrylic/Modacrylic Fibers ProdLLLLLLXXXX
Carbon Black ProdMMMMMMXXXX
Chemical Mfg. ChromNNNNNNXXXX
Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabOOOOOOXXXX
Flex. Polyurethane Foam Prod
Lead Acid Battery MfgPPPPPPXXXX
Wood PreservingQQQQQQXXXX
Clay Ceramics MfgRRRRRRXXXX
Glass MfgSSSSSSXXXX
Secondary Nonferrous MetalsTTTTTTXXXX
Plating and PolishingWWWWWWXXXX
Industrial Mach. & Eq. FinishingXXXXXXXXXX
Elect. & Electronics Eq. Finishing
Fabricated Metal Prod
Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shop)
Fabricated Structural Metal Mfg
Heating Eq. Mfg
Iron and Steel Forging
Primary Metals Prod. Mfg
Valves and Pipe Fittings Mfg
Ferroalloys ProductionYYYYYYXXXX
Ferro/Silico Manganese
1 State program approved on August 31, 2001. Delegation table last updated on February 23, 2009.
2 Forsyth County Environmental Affairs Department.
3 Mecklenburg County Department of Environmental Protection.
4 Western North Carolina Regional Air Quality Agency.
* * * * *

(41) * * *

(i) The following table lists the specific part 63 standards that have been delegated unchanged to the South Carolina Department of Health and Environmental Control (SCDHEC) for all sources. The “X” symbol is used to indicate each subpart that has been delegated. The delegations are subject to all of the conditions and limitations set forth in Federal law, regulations, policy, guidance, and determinations. Some authorities cannot be delegated and are retained by EPA. These include certain General Provisions authorities and specific parts of some standards.Start Printed Page 22454

Part 63 Major & Area Source Rule Delegations—South Carolina 1

Source categorySubpartSCDHEC
1HONF, G, H, IX
2Polyvinyl Chloride & Co-polymers VACATED on 5/11/05J
3Coke OvensLX
4Dry CleanersMX
5Chromium ElectroplatingNX
6EtO Commercial SterilizationOX
7Chromium Cooling TowersQX
8Gasoline Distribution (stage 1)RX
9Pulp & Paper ISX
10Halogenated Solvent CleaningTX
11Polymer & Resins 1UX
12Polymer & Resins 2WX
13Secondary Lead SmeltersXX
14Marine Tank Vessel LoadingYX
15Phosphoric Acid MfgAAX
16Phosphate Fertilizers ProdBBX
17Petroleum RefineriesCCX
18Offsite Waste & RecoveryDDX
Tanks; Level 1OOX
ContainersPPX
Surface ImpoundmentsQQX
Drain SystemsRRX
Oil-Water SeparatorsVVX
19Magnetic TapeEEX
20Aerospace IndustryGGX
21Oil & Natural Gas ProdHHX
Area Source Requirements >>.X
22Shipbuilding and RepairI IX
23Wood Furniture MfgJ JX
24Printing & PublishingKKX
25Primary AluminumLLX
26Pulp & Paper II (Combustion sources)MMX
27Generic MACT:
Control DevicesSSX
Eq. Leaks—Level 1TTX
Eq. Leaks—Level 2UUX
Tanks—Level 2WWX
28Generic MACT:
Ethylene MfgXX & YYX
Carbon BlackYYX
Spandex ProdYYX
Cyanide Chemical MfgYYX
Acetal ResinsYYX
Acrylic/Modacrylic FibersYYX
Hydrogen Fluoride ProdYYX
Polycarbonates ProdYYX
29Steel PickelingCCCX
30Mineral Wool ProdDDDX
31Hazardous Waste Combustion (Phase I)EEEX
32Boilers that burn Haz. Waste (Phase II)EEEX
33HCL Prod. Furnaces burning Haz. Waste (P II)EEEX
34Pharmaceutical ProdGGGX
35Nat. Gas Transmission & StorageHHHX
36Flexible Polyurethane Foam ProdI I IX
37Polymer & Resins 4JJJX
38Portland CementLLLX
39Pesticide Active IngredientsMMMX
40Wool FiberglassNNNX
41Polymer & Resins 3 (Amino & Phenolic)OOOX
42Polyether Polyols ProdPPPX
43Primary CopperQQQX
44Secondary Aluminum ProdRRRX
45Primary Lead SmeltingTTTX
46Petro Refineries (FCC units)UUUX
47POTWV V VX
48FerroalloysX X XX
49Municipal LandfillsAAAAX
50Nutritional YeastCCCCX
51Plywood and Composite Wood Prod. (Partial Vacatur Oct. 07)DDDDX
52Organic Liquids Distribution (non-gas)EEEEX
53Misc. Organic NESHAPFFFFX
54Vegetable OilGGGGX
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55Wet Formed FiberglassHHHHX
56Auto & Light Duty Truck (coating)I I I IX
57Paper & Other WebsJJJJX
58Metal Can (coating)KKKKX
59Misc. Metal Parts (coating)MMMMX
60Large Appliances (coating)NNNNX
61Printing, Coating, & Dyeing FabricsOOOOX
62Plastic Parts & Products (coating)PPPPX
63Wood Building ProductsQQQQX
64Metal Furniture (coating)RRRRX
65Metal Coil (coating)SSSSX
66Leather Tanning & FinishingTTTTX
67Cellulose Ethers Prod Misc. Viscose ProcessesUUUUX
68Boat ManufacturingVVVVX
69Reinforced Plastic CompositesWWWWX
70Rubber Tire MfgXXXXX
71Stationary Combustion TurbinesYYYYX
72Reciprocating Int. Combustion EnginesZZZZX
Area Source Requirements >>.X
73Lime ManufacturingAAAAAX
74Semiconductor ProductionBBBBBX
75Coke Ovens: (Push/Quench/Battery/Stacks)CCCCCX
76Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Boilers & Process Heaters, VACATED on 7/30/07DDDDD
77Iron FoundriesEEEEEX
78Integrated Iron & SteelFFFFFX
79Site RemediationGGGGGX
80Misc. Coating ManufacturingHHHHHX
81Mercury Cell Chlor-AlkaliIIIIIX
82Brick & Structural Clay Products, VACATED on 6/18/07JJJJJ
83Clay Ceramics Manufacturing, VACATED on 6/18/07KKKKK
84Asphalt Roofing & ProcessingLLLLLX
85Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabricationMMMMMX
86Hydrochloric Acid Prod/Fumed SilicaNNNNNX
87Engine & Rocket Test FacilitiesPPPPPX
88Friction Materials ManufacturingQQQQQX
89Taconite Iron OreRRRRRX
90RefactoriesSSSSSX
91Primary MagnesiumTTTTTX
Area Source Rules
92Hospital SterilizersWWWWWX
93Stainless and Nonstainless Steel Mfg Electric Arc FurnacesYYYYYX
94Iron & Steel foundriesZZZZZX
95Gasoline Distribution—BulkBBBBBBX
96Gasoline Dispensing FacilitiesCCCCCCX
97PVC & Copolymers ProdDDDDDDX
98Primary CopperEEEEEEX
99Secondary Copper SmeltingFFFFFFX
100Primary Nonferrous MetalsGGGGGGX
101Paint StrippingHHHHHHX
Auto-Body Refinishing
Plastic Parts & Prod. (coating)
102Acrylic/Modacrylic Fibers ProdLLLLLLX
103Carbon Black ProdMMMMMMX
104Chemical Mfg. ChromNNNNNNX
105Flex. Polyurethane Foam FabOOOOOOX
Flex. Polyurethane Foam Prod
106Lead Acid Battery MfgPPPPPPX
107Wood PreservingQQQQQQX
108Clay Ceramics MfgRRRRRRX
109Glass MfgSSSSSSX
110Secondary Nonferrous MetalsTTTTTTX
110Plating and PolishingWWWWWWX
112Heating Eq. MfgXXXXXXX
Industrial Mach. & Eq. Finishing
Elect. & Electronics Eq. Finishing
Fabricated Metal Prod
Fabricated Plate Work (Boiler Shop)
Fabricated Structural Metal Mfg
113Ferro/Silico ManganeseYYYYYYX
Iron and Steel Forging
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Primary Metals Prod. Mfg
Valves and Pipe Fittings Mfg
Ferroalloys Production
1 State program approved on June 26, 1995. Delegation table last updated on February 23, 2009.
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[FR Doc. E9-10154 Filed 5-12-09; 8:45 am]

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