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Approval and Promulgation of Implementation Plans; State of Oregon; Revised Format for Materials Incorporated by Reference

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AGENCY:

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

ACTION:

Final rule; notice of administrative change.

SUMMARY:

The EPA is revising the format for materials submitted by the State of Oregon that are incorporated by reference (IBR) into the Oregon State Implementation Plan (SIP). The regulations affected by this format change have all been previously submitted by the State of Oregon and approved by the 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 the EPA Headquarters in Oregon, DC, and the EPA Regional Office. The EPA is also adding a table in the “Identification of plan” section which summarizes the approval actions that the EPA has taken on the non-regulatory and quasi-regulatory portions of the Oregon SIP.

DATES:

This action is effective January 9, 2014.

ADDRESSES:

SIP materials which are incorporated by reference into 40 CFR part 52 are available for inspection at the following locations:

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US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10, Office of Air, Waste, and Toxics (OAWT-107), 1200 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, Oregon 98101;

Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, EPA Headquarters Library, Infoterra Room (Room Number 3334), EPA West Building, 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Oregon, DC 20460; and

National Archives and Records Administration (NARA).

If you wish to obtain materials from a docket in the EPA Headquarters Library, please call the Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) Docket/Telephone number: 202-566-1742. For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call 202-741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/​federal-register/​cfr/​ibr-locations.html.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Justin A. Spenillo, EPA Region 10, (206) 553-6125, spenillo.justin@epa.gov.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

Throughout this document, wherever “we”, “us” or “our” are used, we mean the EPA. Information is organized as follows:

Table of Contents

I. Background

A. What a SIP Is

B. How the EPA Enforces SIPs

C. How the State and the EPA Updates the SIP

D. How the EPA Compiles the SIPs

E. How the 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 the EPA is Doing in This Action

III. Statutory and Executive Order Reviews

I. Background

A. What a SIP Is

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

B. How the 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 the EPA as SIP revisions upon which the EPA must formally act. Once these control measures and strategies are approved by the EPA, after notice and comment, they are incorporated into the Federally approved SIP and are identified in part 52 (Approval and Promulgation of Implementation Plans), title 40 of the Code of Federal Regulations (40 CFR part 52). The actual state regulations approved by the EPA are not reproduced in their entirety in 40 CFR part 52, but are “incorporated by reference” (IBR'd) which means that the EPA has approved a given state regulation with a specific effective date. This format allows both the 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 the EPA and the public to take enforcement action, should a state not enforce its SIP-approved regulations.

C. How the State and the EPA Updates the SIP

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

The EPA began the process of developing: (1) A revised SIP document for each state that would be IBR'd under the provisions of title 1 CFR part 51; (2) a revised mechanism for announcing the 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 the EPA Compiles the SIPs

The Federally-approved regulations, source-specific permits, and nonregulatory provisions (entirely or portions of) submitted by each state agency have been compiled by the EPA into a “SIP compilation.” The SIP compilation contains the updated regulations, source-specific permits, and nonregulatory provisions approved by the EPA through previous rulemaking actions in the Federal Register.

E. How the EPA Organizes the SIP Compilation

Each compilation contains three parts. Part one contains the regulations, part two contains the source-specific requirements that have been approved as part of the SIP, and part three contains nonregulatory provisions that have been EPA approved. Each part consists of a table of identifying information for each SIP-approved regulation, each SIP-approved source-specific permit, and each nonregulatory SIP provision. In this action, the EPA is publishing the tables summarizing the applicable SIP requirements for Oregon. The EPA Regional Offices have the primary responsibility for updating the compilations and ensuring their accuracy.

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

The EPA Region 10 developed and will maintain the compilation for Oregon. A copy of the full text of Oregon's regulatory and source-specific SIP compilation will also be maintained at NARA and the EPA's Air Docket and Information Center.

G. The Format of the New Identification of Plan Section

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

1. Purpose and scope.

2. Incorporation by reference.

3. EPA-approved regulations and statutes.

4. EPA-approved source-specific permits.

5. EPA-approved nonregulatory and quasi-regulatory provisions such as air quality attainment plans, rate of progress plans, maintenance plans, monitoring networks, and small business assistance programs.

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, the EPA retains the original Identification of Plan Start Printed Page 74014section, previously appearing in the CFR as the first or second section of part 52 for each state subpart. After an initial two-year period, the 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. Although the EPA is retaining the original Identification of Plan section, other sections of part 52 are either duplicative of the new Identification of Plan section or out of date. The EPA is therefore removing sections 52.2479 “Contents of the federally approved, State submitted implementation plan”, 52.2491 “Section 110(a)(2) infrastructure requirements”, and 52.2499 “Interstate Transport for the 1997 8-hour ozone and PM2.5 NAAQS” as part of the general “housekeeping” discussed below.

II. What the 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 the 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.

The 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 1985, 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, the 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). The EPA has complied with Executive Order 12630 (63 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.). The 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 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. 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. 802(2). As stated previously, the EPA has made such a good cause finding, including the reasons therefore, and established an effective date of January 9, 2014. The 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. The changes in format to the “Identification of plan” section for the State of Oregon are not a `major rule' as defined by 5 U.S.C. 804(2).

C. Petitions for Judicial Review

The 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 Oregon SIP compilations 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, the 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 Oregon.

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List of Subjects in 40 CFR Part 52

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Dated: August 26, 2013 .

Michelle L. Pirzadeh,

Acting Regional Administrator, Region 10.

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

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PART 52—APPROVAL AND PROMULGATION OF IMPLEMENTATION PLANS

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

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

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Subpart MM—Oregon

[Redesignated as § 52.1974]
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2. Section 52.1970 is redesignated as § 52.1974.

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3. Add a new § 52.1970 to read as follows:

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Identification of plan.

(a) Purpose and scope. This section sets forth the applicable State implementation plan for the State of Oregon under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7401-7671q and 40 CFR Part 51 to meet national ambient air quality standards.

(b) Incorporation by reference.

(1) Material listed in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to September 1, 2013, was approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR Part 51. Material is incorporated as it exists on the date of the approval, and notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal Register. Entries in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section with the EPA approval dates after September 1, 2013, will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2) EPA Region 10 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 State Implementation Plan as of September 1, 2013.

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the Region 10 EPA Office at 1200 Sixth Avenue, Seattle WA, 98101; the EPA, Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, EPA Headquarters Library, Infoterra Room (Room Number 3334), EPA West Building, 1301 Constitution Ave. NW., Oregon, DC; or the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). For information on the availability of this material at NARA, call (202) 741-6030, or go to: http://www.archives.gov/​federal-register/​cfr/​ibr-locations.html.

(c) EPA approved regulations and statutes.

Table 1—EPA Approved Oregon State Statutes

State CitationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanations
ORS 477.515Permits197111/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Permits required for fires on forestlands; waiver, permit conditions, smoke management plan; restricted areas, rules and excepted areas.

Table 2—EPA Approved Oregon Administrative Rules (OAR)

State citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanations
CHAPTER 340—DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
Division 21—General Emission Standards for Particulate Matter
Industrial Contingency Requirements for PM-10 Nonattainment Areas
021-200Purpose5/1/19959/21/1999, 64 FR 51051
021-205Relation to Other Rules3/10/19932/25/1997, 62 FR 8385
021-210Applicability3/10/19932/25/1997, 62 FR 8385
021-215Definitions3/10/19932/25/1997, 62 FR 8385
021-220Compliance Schedule for Existing Sources3/10/19932/25/1997, 62 FR 8385
021-225Wood-Waste Boilers3/10/19932/25/1997, 62 FR 8385
021-230Wood Particle Dryers at Particleboard Plants3/10/19932/25/1997, 62 FR 8385
021-235Hardboard Manufacturing Plants1/29/19962/25/1997, 62 FR 8385
021-240Air Conveying Systems3/10/19932/25/1997, 62 FR 8385
021-245Fugitive Emissions3/10/19932/25/1997, 62 FR 8385
Division 200 General Air Pollution Procedures and Definitions
200-0010Purpose and Application11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
200-0020General Air Quality Definitions5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124Including Table 1, 2, 3, 4, 5.
200-0025Abbreviations and Acronyms5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
200-0030Exceptions9/17/200812/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
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Division 202 Ambient Air Quality Standards and PSD Increments
202-0010Definitions5/1/201112/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
Ambient Air Quality Standards
202-0050Purpose and Scope of Ambient Air Quality Standards7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
202-0060Suspended Particulate Matter5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
202-0070Sulfur Dioxide7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
202-0080Carbon Monoxide7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
202-0090Ozone5/21/201012/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
202-0100Nitrogen Dioxide7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
202-0130Ambient Air Quality Standard for Lead5/21/201012/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
Prevention of Significant Deterioration Increments
202-0200General10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
202-0210Ambient Air Increments5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747Including Table 1.
202-0220Ambient Air Ceilings7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 204 Designation of Air Quality Areas
204-0010Definitions12/21/20114/11/2013, 78 FR 21547
204-0020Designation of Air Quality Control Regions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
204-0030Designation of Nonattainment Areas12/21/20114/11/2013, 78 FR 21547
204-0040Designation of Maintenance Areas12/21/20114/11/2013, 78 FR 21547
204-0050Designation of Prevention of Significant Deterioration Areas10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
204-0060Redesignation of Prevention of Significant Deterioration Areas10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
204-0070Special Control Areas10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
204-0080Motor Vehicle Inspection Boundary Designations10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
204-0090Oxygenated Gasoline Control Areas12/15/20041/24/2006, 71 FR 3768
Division 206 Air Pollution Emergencies
206-0010Introduction5/21/201012/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
206-0020Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
206-0030Episode Stage Criteria for Air Pollution Emergencies5/21/201012/27/2011, 76 FR 80747Including Table 2.
206-0040Special Conditions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
206-0050Source Emission Reduction Plans10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
206-0060Regional Air Pollution Authorities10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
206-0070Operations Manual10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 208 Visible Emissions and Nuisance Requirements
208-0010Definitions11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
Visible Emissions
208-0100Applicability2/5/200112/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
208-0110Visible Air Contaminant Limitations11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
Fugitive Emissions Requirements
208-0200Applicability2/5/200112/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
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208-0210Requirements2/5/200112/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
Division 209 Public Participation
209-0010Purpose7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
209-0020Applicability7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
209-0030Public Notice Categories and Timing7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
209-0040Public Notice Information11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
209-0050Public Notice Procedures7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
209-0060Persons Required to Be Notified7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
209-0070Hearing and Meeting Procedures11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
209-0080Issuance or Denial of a Permit11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
Division 210 Stationary Source Notification Requirements
210-0010Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
210-0020Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Registration
210-0100Registration in General5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
210-0110Registration Requirements5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
210-0120Re-Registration and Maintaining Registration5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
Notice of Construction and Approval of Plans
210-0205Applicability9/17/200812/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
210-0215Requirement7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
210-0225Types of Construction/Modification Changes7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
210-0230Notice to Construct7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
210-0240Construction Approval7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
210-0250Approval to Operate5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
Division 212 Stationary Source Testing and Monitoring
212-0010Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Sampling, Testing and Measurement
212-0110Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0120Program7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0130Stack Heights and Dispersion Techniques7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0140Methods7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0150Department Testing7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Compliance Assurance Monitoring
212-0200Purpose and Applicability7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0210Monitoring Design Criteria7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0220Submittal Requirements7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0230Deadlines for Submittals7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0240Approval of Monitoring Plans7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0250Operation of Approved Monitoring7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0260Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) Requirements7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0270Reporting and Recordkeeping Requirements7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
212-0280Savings Provisions7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 214 Stationary Source Reporting Requirements
214-0010Definitions11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
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Reporting
214-0100Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
214-0110Request for Information7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
214-0114Records; Maintaining and Reporting7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
214-0120Enforcement10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
214-0130Information Exempt from Disclosure7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Emission Statements for VOC and NOX Sources
214-0200Purpose and Applicability7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
214-0210Requirements7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
214-0220Submission of Emission Statement7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Excess Emissions and Emergency Provision
214-0300Purpose and Applicability11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
214-0310Planned Startup and Shutdown11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
214-0320Scheduled Maintenance11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
214-0330All Other Excess Emissions11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
214-0340Reporting Requirements11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
214-0350Enforcement Action Criteria11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
214-0360Emergency as an Affirmative Defense11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
Division 216 Air Contaminant Discharge Permits
216-0010Purpose7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0020Applicability5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747Including Table 1, 2.
216-0025Types of Permits7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0030Definitions7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0040Application Requirements5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
216-0052Construction ACDP7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0054Short Term Activity ACDPs7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0056Basic ACDPs7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0060General Air Contaminant Discharge Permits5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
216-0064Simple ACDP5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
216-0066Standard ACDPs7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0070Permitting Multiple Sources at a Single Adjacent or Contiguous Site7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0082Termination or Revocation of an ACDP11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
216-0084Department Initiated Modification7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0090Sources Subject to ACDPs and Fees7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
216-0094Temporary Closure7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 222—Stationary Source Plant Site Emission Limits
222-0010Policy7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
222-0020Applicability8/29/200812/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
222-0030Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Criteria for Establishing Plant Site Emission Limits
222-0040Generic Annual PSEL7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
222-0041Source Specific Annual PSEL10/8/20021/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
222-0042Short Term PSEL7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
222-0043General Requirements for All PSEL7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
222-0045Unassigned Emissions7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
222-0070Plant Site Emission Limits for Insignificant Activities7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
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222-0080Plant Site Emission Limit Compliance7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
222-0090Combining and Splitting Sources7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 223—Regional Haze
223-0010Purpose12/10/20107/5/2011, 76 FR 38997
223-0020Definitions12/10/20107/5/2011, 76 FR 38997
223-0030BART and Additional Regional Haze Requirements for the Foster-Wheeler Boiler at the Boardman Coal-Fired Power Plant (Federal Acid Rain Program Facility ORISPL Code 6106)12/10/20107/5/2011, 76 FR 38997
223-0040Federally Enforceable Permit Limits12/10/20107/5/2011, 76 FR 38997
223-0050Alternative Regional Haze Requirements for the Foster-Wheeler Boiler at the Boardman Coal-Fired Power Plant (Federal Acid Rain Program Facility ORISPL Code 6106)12/10/20107/5/2011, 76 FR 38997
223-0080Alternative Requirements for the Foster-Wheeler Boiler at the Boardman Coal-Fired Power Plant (Federal Acid Rain Program Facility ORISPL Code 6106) Based Upon Permanently Ceasing the Burning of Coal Within Five Years of EPA Approval of the Revision to the Oregon Clean Air Act State Implementation Plan Incorporating OAR Chapter 340, Division 22312/10/20107/5/2011, 76 FR 38997
Division 224—Major New Source Review
224-0010Applicability and General Prohibitions5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
224-0020Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
224-0030Procedural Requirements4/14/20046/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
224-0040Review of New Sources and Modifications for Compliance with Regulations7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
224-0050Requirements for Sources in Nonattainment Areas5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
224-0060Requirements for Sources in Maintenance Areas5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
224-0070Prevention of Significant Deterioration Requirements for Sources in Attainment or Unclassified Areas5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
224-0080Exemptions4/14/20046/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
224-0100Fugitive and Secondary Emissions7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 225—Air Quality Analysis Requirements
225-0010Purpose7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
225-0020Definitions5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
225-0030Procedural Requirements5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
225-0040Air Quality Models7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
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225-0045Requirements for Analysis in Maintenance Areas5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
225-0050Requirements for Analysis in PSD Class II and Class III Areas5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
225-0060Requirements for Demonstrating Compliance with Standards and Increments in PSD Class I Areas5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
225-0070Requirements for Demonstrating Compliance with AQRV Protection7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
225-0090Requirements for Demonstrating a Net Air Quality Benefit5/1/201112/27/2011, 76 FR 80747Except (2)(a)(C).
Division 226—General Emission Standards
226-0010Definitions7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Highest and Best Practicable Treatment and Control
226-0100Policy and Application7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
226-0110Pollution Prevention7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
226-0120Operating and Maintenance Requirements7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
226-0130Typically Achievable Control Technology7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
226-0140Additional Control Requirements for Stationary Sources of Air Contaminants7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Grain Loading Standards
226-0200Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
226-0210Particulate Emission Limitations for Sources Other Than Fuel Burning and Refuse Burning Equipment7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Particulate Emissions from Process Equipment
226-0300Applicability7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
226-0310Emission Standard7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
226-0320Determination of Process Weight7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Alternative Emission Controls
226-0400Alternative Emission Controls (Bubble)7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 228—Requirements for Fuel Burning Equipment and Fuel Sulfur Content
228-0010Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
228-0020Definitions5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
Sulfur Content of Fuels
228-0100Residual Fuel Oils10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
228-0110Distillate Fuel Oils10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
228-0120Coal10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
228-0130Exemptions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
General Emission Standards for Fuel Burning Equipment
228-0200Sulfur Dioxide Standards5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
228-0210Grain Loading Standards5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
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Division 232—Emission Standards for VOC Point Sources
232-0010Introduction11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
232-0020Applicability4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
232-0030Definitions12/26/20018/3/2005, 70 FR 44481
232-0040General Non-categorical Requirements10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0050Exemptions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0060Compliance Determination10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0070Gasoline Dispensing Facilities10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0080Bulk Gasoline Plants10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0085Gasoline Delivery Vessel(s)10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0090Bulk Gasoline Terminals10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0100Testing Vapor Transfer and Collection Systems10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0110Loading Gasoline onto Marine Tank Vessels6/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0120Cutback and Emulsified Asphalt10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0130Petroleum Refineries10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0140Petroleum Refinery Leaks10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0150Liquid Storage10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0160Surface Coating in Manufacturing10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0170Aerospace Component Coating Operations10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0180Degreasers10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0190Open Top Vapor Degreasers10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0200Conveyorized Degreasers10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0210Asphaltic and Coal Tar Pitch Used for Roofing Coating10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0220Flat Wood Coating10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
232-0230Rotogravure and Flexographic Printing10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 234—Emission Standards for Wood Products Industries
234-0010Definitions11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747Except (24), (26)(a), (44).
Wigwam Waste Burners
234-0100Wigwam Waste Burners11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
234-0140Existing Administrative Agency Orders11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
Kraft Pulp Mills
234-0200Statement of Policy and Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
234-0210Emission Limitations11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747Except (1).
234-0220More Restrictive Emission Limits10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
234-0240Monitoring11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747Except (1).
234-0250Reporting11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747Except (1), (2).
234-0270Chronic Upset Conditions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Neutral Sulfite Semi-Chemical (NSSC) Pulp Mills
234-0300Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
234-0310Emission Limitations10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891Except (1).
234-0320More Restrictive Emission Limits10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891Except (2).
234-0330Plans and Specifications10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
234-0340Monitoring10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891Except (2).
234-0350Reporting10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891Except (1).
234-0360Upset Conditions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891Except (3)(a)(A).
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Sulfite Pulp Mills
234-0400Statement of Policy and Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
234-0410Minimum Emission Standards10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
234-0420Monitoring and Reporting10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
234-0430Exceptions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Board Products Industries (Veneer, Plywood, Particleboard, Hardboard)
234-0500Applicability and General Provisions11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
234-0510Veneer and Plywood Manufacturing Operations11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
234-0520Particleboard Manufacturing Operations11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
234-0530Hardboard Manufacturing Operations11/8/200712/27/2011; 76 FR 80747
Division 236—Emission Standards for Specific Industries
236-0010Definitions11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
Primary Aluminum Standards
236-0100Statement of Purpose10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
236-0110Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
236-0120Emission Standards10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891Except (1)(a), (3)(a) & (3)(e).
236-0130Special Problem Areas10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
236-0140Monitoring10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891Except references to fluorides
236-0150Reporting10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891Except (1)(d) & (1)(e).
Laterite Ore Production of Ferronickel
236-0200Statement of Purpose10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
236-0210Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
236-0220Emission Standards10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
236-0230Monitoring and Reporting10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Hot Mix Asphalt Plants
236-0400Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
236-0410Control Facilities Required11/8/200712/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
236-0420Other Established Air Quality Limitations10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
236-0430Portable Hot Mix Asphalt Plants10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
236-0440Ancillary Sources of Emission—Housekeeping of Plant Facilities10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 240—Rules for Areas with Unique Air Quality Needs
240-0010Purpose10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0020Emission Limitations7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0030Definitions1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
The Medford-Ashland Air Quality Maintenance Area and the Grants Pass Urban Growth Area
240-0100Applicability1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0110Wood Waste Boilers1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0120Veneer Dryer Emission Limitations1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0130Air Conveying Systems (Medford-Ashland AQMA Only)1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0140Wood Particle Dryers at Particleboard Plants1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
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240-0150Hardboard Manufacturing Plants1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0160Wigwam Waste Burners7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0170Charcoal Producing Plants7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0180Control of Fugitive Emissions (Medford-Ashland AQMA Only)1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0190Requirement for Operation and Maintenance Plans (Medford-Ashland AQMA Only)1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0210Continuous Monitoring1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0220Source Testing1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0230New Sources1/4/20056/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
240-0250Open Burning7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
La Grande Urban Growth Area
240-0300Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0310Compliance Schedule for Existing Sources7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0320Wood-Waste Boilers7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0330Wood Particle Dryers at Particleboard Plants7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0340Hardboard Manufacturing Plants7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0350Air Conveying Systems7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0360Fugitive Emissions7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
The Lakeview Urban Growth Area
240-0400Applicability7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0410Control of Fugitive Emissions7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0420Requirement for Operation and Maintenance Plans7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0430Source Testing7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
240-0440Open Burning7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 242—Rules Applicable to the Portland Area
Employee Commute Options Program
242-0010What is the Employee Commute Options Program?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0020Who is Subject to ECO?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0030What Does ECO Require?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0040How Does the Department Enforce ECO?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0050Definitions of Terms Used in These Rules4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0060Should All Employees at a Work Site be Counted?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0070What are the Major Requirements of ECO?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0080What are the Registration Requirements?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0090What are the Requirements for an Employee Survey?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0100Special Requirements for Employers Intending to Comply Without an Approved Plan10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0110What if an Employer Does Not Meet the Target Auto Trip Rate?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0120How Will Employers Demonstrate Progress Toward the Target Auto Trip Rate?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
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242-0130What is the Schedule Employers Must Follow to Implement ECO?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0140How Should Employers Account for Changes in Work Force Size?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0150How Can an Employer Reduce Auto Commute Trips to a Work Site?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0160What Should be Included in an Auto Trip Reduction Plan?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0170When Will the Department Act on a Submitted Auto Trip Reduction Plan?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0180What is a Good Faith Effort?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0190How Does the ECO Program Affect New Employers, Expanding Employers and Employers Relocating Within the Portland AQMA?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0200Can a New or Relocating Employer Comply with ECO Through Restricted Parking Ratios?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0210Can an Existing Employer Comply with ECO Through Restricted Parking Ratios?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0220What if an Employer Has More Than One Work Site Within the Portland AQMA?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0230Can Employers Submit a Joint Plan?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0240Are There Alternatives to Trip Reduction?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0250What Alternatives Qualify as Equivalent Emission Reductions?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0260Can Employers Get Credit for Existing Trip Reduction Programs?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0270Are Exemptions Allowed if an Employer is Unable to Reduce Trips or Take Advantage of Alternate Compliance Options?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0280Participation in the Industrial Emission Management Program4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0290What Kind of Records Must be Kept and for How Long?4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
Voluntary Maximum Parking Ratio Program
242-0300What is the Voluntary Parking Ratio Program?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0310Who can Participate in the Voluntary Parking Ratio Program?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0320Definitions of Terms and Land Uses10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0330How Does a Property Owner Comply with the Voluntary Parking Ratio Program?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
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242-0340What are the Incentives for Complying with the Voluntary Parking Ratio Program?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0350Why Do I Need a Parking Ratio Permit?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0360What is Required to Obtain a Parking Ratio Permit?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0370How is the Parking Ratio Program Enforced?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0380When Will the Department Act on a Submitted Permit Application?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0390What are the Applicable Parking Ratios?10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Industrial Emission Management Program
242-0400Applicability4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0410Definition of Terms4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0420Unused PSEL Donation Program4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0430Industrial Growth Allowances4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
242-0440Industrial Growth Allowance Allocation4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
Gasoline Vapors From Gasoline Transfer and Dispensing Operations
242-0500Purpose and Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0510Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0520General Provisions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Motor Vehicle Refinishing
242-0600Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0610Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0620Requirements for Motor Vehicle Refinishing in Portland AQMA10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0630Inspecting and Testing Requirements10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Spray Paint
242-0700Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0710Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0720Spray Paint Standards and Exemptions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0730Requirements for Manufacture, Sale, and Use of Spray Paint10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0740Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0750Inspection and Testing Requirements10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Area Source Common Provisions
242-0760Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0770Compliance Extensions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0780Exemption from Disclosure to the Public10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
242-0790Future Review10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 250—General Conformity
250-0010Purpose10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
250-0020Applicability10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
250-0030Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
250-0040Conformity Analysis10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
250-0050Reporting Requirements10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
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250-0060Public Participation10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
250-0070Frequency of Conformity Determinations10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
250-0080Criteria for Determining Conformity of General Federal Actions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
250-0090Procedures for Conformity Determinations of General Federal Actions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
250-0100Mitigation of Air Quality Impacts10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 252—Transportation Conformity
252-0010Purpose10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
252-0030Definitions3/5/201010/4/2012, 77 FR 60627
252-0060Consultation3/5/201010/4/2012, 77 FR 60627
252-0070Timeframe of Conformity Determinations3/5/201010/4/2012, 77 FR 60627Except last two sentences.
252-0230Written Comments3/5/201010/4/2012, 77 FR 60627
Division 256—Motor Vehicles
256-0010Definitions7/12/200512/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
Visible Emissions
256-0100Visible Emissions—General Requirements, Exclusions7/12/200512/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
256-0130Motor Vehicle Fleet Operation7/12/200512/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
Certification of Pollution Control Systems
256-0200County Designations10/14/199911/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
Emission Control System Inspection
256-0300Scope7/12/200512/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
256-0310Government-Owned Vehicle, Permanent Fleet Vehicle and United States Government Vehicle Testing Requirements7/12/200512/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
256-0330Department of Defense Personnel Participating in the Privately Owned Vehicle Import Control Program10/14/199911/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0340Light Duty Motor Vehicle and Heavy Duty Gasoline Motor Vehicle Emission Control Test Method for Basic Program7/12/200512/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
256-0350Light Duty Motor Vehicle Emission Control Test Method for Enhanced Program7/12/200512/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
256-0355Emissions Control Test Method for OBD Test Program10/25/200011/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0356Emissions Control Test Method for On-Site Vehicle Testing for Automobile Dealerships10/4/200111/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0370Renewal of Registration for Light Duty Motor Vehicles and Heavy Duty Gasoline Motor Vehicles Temporarily Operating Outside of Oregon10/14/199911/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
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256-0380Light Duty Motor Vehicle Emission Control Test Criteria for Basic Program7/12/200512/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
256-0390Heavy Duty Gasoline Motor Vehicle Emission Control Test Criteria7/12/200512/19/2011, 76 FR 78571
256-0400Light Duty Motor Vehicle Emission Control Standards for Basic Program10/14/199911/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0410Light Duty Motor Vehicle Emission Control Standards for Enhanced Program10/14/199911/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0420Heavy-Duty Gasoline Motor Vehicle Emission Control Standards10/14/199911/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0440Criteria for Qualifications of Persons Eligible to Inspect Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Pollution Control Systems and Execute Certificates10/25/200011/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0450Gas Analytical System Licensing Criteria for Basic Program10/14/199911/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0460Gas Analytical System Licensing Criteria for Enhanced Program10/14/199911/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0465Test Equipment Licensing Criteria for OBD Test Program10/25/200011/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
256-0470Agreement with Independent Contractor; Qualifications of Contractor; Agreement Provisions10/14/199911/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
Division 258—Motor Vehicle Fuel Specifications
258-0010Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Oxygenated Gasoline
258-0100Policy10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0110Purpose and General Requirements10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0120Sampling and Testing for Oxygen Content10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0130Compliance Options10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0140Per Gallon Oxygen Content Standard10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0150Average Oxygen Content Standard10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0160Minimum Oxygen Content10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0170Oxygenated Gasoline Blending10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0180Registration10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0190CAR, Distributor and Retail Outlet Operating Permits10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0200Owners of Gasoline at Terminals, Distributors and Retail Outlets Required to Have Indirect Source Operating Permits10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0210Recordkeeping10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0220Reporting10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0230Prohibited Activities10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0240Inspection and Sampling10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0250Liability for Violation of a Prohibited Activity10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
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258-0260Defenses for Prohibited Activities10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0270Inability to Produce Conforming Gasoline Due to Extraordinary Circumstances10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0280Quality Assurance Program10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0290Attest Engagements Guidelines When Prohibited Activities Alleged10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0300Dispenser Labeling10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
258-0310Contingency Provision for Carbon Monoxide Nonattainment Areas10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Standard for Automotive Gasoline
258-0400Reid Vapor Pressure for Gasoline10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 262—Heat Smart Program for Residential Woodstoves and Other Solid Fuel Heating Devices
262-0400Purpose and Applicability of Rules3/15/20116/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
262-0450Definitions5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
262-0500Certification of Solid Fuel Burning Devices for Sale as New3/15/20116/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
262-0600New and Used Solid Fuel Burning Devices Sold in Oregon5/17/20126/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
262-0700Removal and Destruction of Used Solid Fuel Burning Devices3/15/20116/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
262-0800Wood Burning and Other Heating Devices Curtailment Program3/15/20116/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
262-0900Materials Prohibited from Burning3/15/20116/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
Division 264—Rules for Open Burning
264-0010How to Use These Open Burning Rules12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0020Policy12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0030Definitions12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0040Exemptions, Statewide9/17/200812/27/2011, 76 FR 80747
264-0050General Requirements Statewide12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0060General Prohibitions Statewide12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0070Open Burning Conditions12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0075Delegation of Authority12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0078Open Burning Control Areas12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0080County Listing of Specific Open Burning Rules12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
Open Burning Requirements
264-0100Baker, Clatsop, Crook, Curry, Deschutes, Gilliam, Grant, Harney, Hood River, Jefferson, Klamath, Lake, Lincoln, Malheur, Morrow, Sherman, Tillamook, Umatilla, Union, Wallowa, Wasco and Wheeler Counties12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0110Benton, Linn, Marion, Polk, and Yamhill Counties12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
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264-0120Clackamas County12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0130Multnomah County12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0140Washington County12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0150Columbia County12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0160Lane County12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0170Coos, Douglas, Jackson and Josephine Counties12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0180Letter Permits12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
264-0190Forced Air Pit Incinerators12/15/20004/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
Division 266—Field Burning Rules (Willamette Valley)
266-0010Introduction10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0020Policy10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0030Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0040General Requirements10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0050Registration, Permits, Fees, Records10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0060Acreage Limitations, Allocations10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0070Daily Burning Authorization Criteria10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0080Burning by Public Agencies (Training Fires)10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0090Preparatory Burning10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0100Experimental Burning10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0110Emergency Burning Cessation10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0120Propane Flaming10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
266-0130Stack Burning10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 268—Emission Reduction Credits
268-0010Applicability7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
268-0020Definitions10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
268-0030Emission Reduction Credits7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
OREGON DEPARTMENT OF FORESTRY—CHAPTER 629
629-24-301Maintenance of Productivity and Related Values8/1/198711/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
629-43-043Smoke Management Plan4/13/198711/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
DEPARTMENT OF OREGON STATE POLICE
OFFICE OF STATE FIRE MARSHALL—CHAPTER 837
Division 110—Field Burning and Propaning Rules
837-110-0010Field Preparation2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0020Firefighting Water Supplies2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0030Firefighting Equipment2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0040Ignition Criteria2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0050Prohibited Use2/7/198911/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0060Communication2/7/198911/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0070Fire Safety Watch2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0080Fire Safety Buffer Zones2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0090Ban on Burning2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
Propaning
837-110-0110Field Preparation2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0120Firefighting Water Supplies2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0130Firefighting Equipment2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0140Communication2/7/198911/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0150Fire Safety Watch2/7/199411/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
837-110-0160Ban on Burning8/11/199311/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
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Table 3—EPA Approved City and County Ordinances

Agency and ordinanceTitle or subjectDateEPA approval dateExplanation
City of Grants Pass Ordinance No. 4671Bans Open Burning7/18/199012/17/1993, 58 FR 65934Grants Pass PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Eugene Ordinance No. 19731An Ordinance Restricting the Use of Solid Fuel Space Heating Devices During Air Pollution Episodes11/5/19908/24/1994, 59 FR 43483Eugene-Springfield PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Lane County Ordinance No. 9-90Restricts Use of Solid Fuel Space Heating Devices During Air Pollution Episodes12/19/19908/24/1994, 59 FR 43483Eugene-Springfield PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Springfield Ordinance No. 5546Restricts Use of Solid Fuel Space Heating Devices During Air Pollution Episodes12/17/19908/24/1994, 59 FR 43483Eugene-Springfield PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Union County Ordinance 1991-6Field Burning Smoke Management Program6/5/19912/15/1995, 60 FR 8563La Grande PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Klamath County Clean Air Ordinance 63Adopts a Mandatory Air Quality Program and Establishes Boundaries and Enforcement Controls7/31/19914/14/1997, 62 FR 18047Klamath Falls PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Klamath Falls Ordinance 6630An Ordinance Consenting to the Application of the Klamath County Air Quality Program Ordinance Within City Limits9/16/19914/14/1997, 62 FR 18047Klamath Falls PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Oakridge Ordinance 815Restricts Use of Solid Fuel Space Heating Devices During Air Pollution Episodes8/15/963/15/1999, 64 FR 12751Oakridge PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Town of Lakeview Resolution No. 402Establishes a Lakeview Air Quality Improvement Program2/28/19949/21/1999, 64 FR 51051Lakeview PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Lake County Commissioners ResolutionEstablishment of a Lakeview Urban Growth Boundary Air Quality Improvement Program3/15/19959/21/1999, 64 FR 51051Lakeview PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Town of Lakeview Ordinance No. 748Prohibits Use of Solid Fuel Burning Devices, Provides Certain Exemptions and Establishes Enforcement Controls2/28/19959/21/1999, 64 FR 51051Lakeview PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Town of Lakeview Ordinance No. 749Prohibits Waste Burning; Restricts Open Burning, Repeals Ordinance No. 5812/28/19959/21/1999, 64 FR 51051Lakeview PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Lake County Ordinance No. 29Prohibits Use of Solid Fuel Burning Devices, Provides Certain Exemptions and Establishes Enforcement Controls3/15/19959/21/1999, 64 FR 51051Lakeview PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Lake County Ordinance No. 30Prohibits Waste Burning and Restricts Open Burning3/15/19959/21/1999, 64 FR 51051Lakeview PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Medford Ordinance No. 6484Woodstove Curtailment11/17/19897/24/2002, 67 FR 48388Medford Carbon Monoxide (CO) Maintenance Plan.
Union County Ordinance No. 1992-4Management and Control of Field Burning7/1/199211/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
Jefferson County Ordinance No. 0-58-89Management and Control of Field Burning5/31/198911/1/2001, 66 FR 55105Statewide Visibility Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County 1810.01Definitions5/2/19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County 1810.02Exceptions to chapter8/22/20016/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County 1810.03Requirements for solid fuel heating device installation12/20/19896/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County 1810.04Solid fuel burning device omission standard5/2/19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County 1810.05Restriction of woodburning and emissions on high pollution days5/2/19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County 1810.06Trackout12/4/19856/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County 1810.07Open burning8/22/20016/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County 1810.08Burning of material emitting dense smoke or noxious odors in solid fuel burning devices12/20/19896/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County Exhibit A[Map 1]5/2/19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
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Codified Ordinances of Jackson County Exhibit BProposed Curtailment Boundary Jackson County5/2/19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County Exhibit C[Map 2]5/2/19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County Exhibit DBoundary Description Medford-Ashland Air Quality Maintenance Area5/2/19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Code of the City of Medford, Oregon: 5.550Outside Burning3/16/20006/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Code of the City of Medford, Oregon: 7.220Definitions9/17/19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Code of the City of Medford, Oregon: 7.222Operation of Solid Fuel Burning Device Prohibition9/17/19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Code of the City of Medford, Oregon: 7.224Exemptions9/17/19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Code of the City of Medford, Oregon: 7.240Installation of Solid-Fuel Heating Devices8/2/19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
Code of the City of Medford, Oregon: 7.242Prohibited Materials9/17/19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Central Point Municipal Code: 8.01.010Definitions19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Central Point Municipal Code: 8.01.012Requirements for solid fuel burning device installation19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Central Point Municipal Code: 8.01.014Solid fuel burning device emission standard19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Central Point Municipal Code: 8.01.020Operation of solid fuel device prohibition19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Central Point Municipal Code: 8.01.030Exemptions19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Central Point Municipal Code: 8.01.032Prohibited materials19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Central Point Municipal Code: 8.04.040 H.Penalty and abatement19796/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Central Point Municipal Code: 8.04.095Trackout prohibited19946/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Ashland Municipal Code: 10.30.005Definitions19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Ashland Municipal Code: 10.30.010Outdoor and Indoor Burning Restricted19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Ashland Municipal Code: 10.30.020Period When Outdoor Burning is Authorized20006/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Ashland Municipal Code: 10.30.030Requirements for Permitted Fires19936/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Ashland Municipal Code: 10.30.040Permits Required19936/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Ashland Municipal Code: 9.24.010Definitions19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Ashland Municipal Code: 9.24.020Requirements for Solid Fuel Heating Device Installation19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Ashland Municipal Code: 9.24.030Solid Fuel Burning Device Emission Standard19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
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City of Ashland Municipal Code: 9.24.040Restriction of Woodburning an Emissions on High Pollution Days19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Ashland Municipal Code: 9.24.050Prohibited Materials19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Talent Ordinance #565An ordinance of the city of Talent adopting a uniform fire code8/20/19926/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Talent Ordinance #98-635-0An ordinance regulating the use of solid fuel burning devices within the city of Talent, Oregon3/4/19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Phoenix code: 8.16.050Burn days19826/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Phoenix code: 8.16.090Prohibited materials19826/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Phoenix code: 8.20.010Definitions19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Phoenix code: 8.20.020Requirements for solid fuel heating device installation19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Phoenix code: 8.20.030Solid fuel burning device emission standard19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Phoenix code: 8.20.040Restriction of woodburning and emissions on high pollution days19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Phoenix code: 8.20.050Prohibited materials19986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Jacksonville code: Ordinance 375An ordinance amending chapter 8.08.100 of the Jacksonville Municipal Code4/21/19926/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Jacksonville Code Chapter 8.10WoodheatingFebruary 19926/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Eagle Point Code: 8.08.160Outside burning of refuse or rubbish20006/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Eagle Point Code: 8.08.170Open burning restricted19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Eagle Point Code: 8.08.180Purposes for open burning permit19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Eagle Point Code: 8.08.190Times when open burning fire allowed19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.
City of Eagle Point Code: 8.08.200Public nuisance.19906/19/2006, 71 FR 35163Medford-Ashland PM-10 Attainment Plan.

Table 4—EPA Approved Lane Regional Air Protection Agency (LRAPA) Rules for Oregon

LRAPA citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanations
Title 11—Policy and General Provisions
11-005Policy10/9/19799/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
11-010Construction and Validity10/9/19799/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
Title 12—Definitions
12-001Definitions of Words and Terms Used in LRAPA Rules and Regulations3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Title 16—Home Wood Heating Curtailment Program Enforcement
16-001Purpose7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
16-010Definitions7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
16-100Civil Penalty Schedule7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
16-110Classification of Violations7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
16-120Notice of Violation7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
16-130Appeal of Civil Penalty7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
16-140Conducting Contested Case Evidentiary Hearings7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
16-150Evidentiary Rules7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
16-160Final Orders7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
16-170Default Orders7/13/19938/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
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Title 29—Incinerator Regulations
29-0010Definitions9/26/20114/11/2013, 78 FR 21547Except 1-5, and 7 through 14.
29-0030Designation of Nonattainment Areas9/26/20114/11/2013, 78 FR 21547.
29-0040Designation of Maintenance Areas9/26/20114/11/2013, 78 FR 21547.
Title 30—Incinerator Regulations
30-005Purpose and Applicability3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
30-010Definitions3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
30-015Best Available Control Technology for Solid and Infectious Waste Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
30-020Emission Limitations for Solid and Infectious Waste Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616Except (2) & (8).
30-025Design and Operation for Solid and Infectious Waste Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616Except (9).
30-030Continuous Emission Monitoring for Solid and Infectious Waste Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616Except (1)(I) & (2)(E).
30-035Reporting and Testing for Solid and Infectious Waste Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
30-040Compliance for Solid and Infectious Waste Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
30-045Emission Limitations of Crematory Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616Except for (3).
30-050Design and Operation of Crematory Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
30-055Monitoring and Reporting for Crematory Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
30-060Compliance of Crematory Incinerators3/8/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Title 32—Emission Standards
32-001Definitions11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-005Highest and Best Practicable Treatment and Control Required11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-006Pollution Prevention11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-007Operating and Maintenance Requirements11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-008Typically Achievable Control Technology (TACT)11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-009Additional Control Requirements for Stationary Sources of Air Contaminants11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-010Visible Air Contaminant Limitations11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-015Particulate Matter Weight Standards11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-020Particulate Matter Weight Standards—Existing Combustion Sources11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-030Particulate Matter Weight Standards—New Combustion Sources11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-045Process Weight Emission Limitations11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-055Particulate Matter Size Standard11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
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32-060Air Conveying Systems9/26/20114/11/2013, 78 FR 21547.
32-065Sulfur Content of Fuels9/26/20114/11/2013, 78 FR 21547Except paragraphs 1 and 2.
32-070Sulfur Dioxide Emission Limitations11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
32-090Other Emissions11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Table 1Table of Allowable Rate of Particulate Emissions—Based on Process Weight11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Title 33—Prohibited Practices and Control of Special Classes of Industry
33-030Concealment and Masking of Emissions11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
33-045Gasoline Tanks11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
33-060Board Products Industries (Hardwood, Particleboard, Plywood, Veneer)11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
33-065Charcoal Producing Plants11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
33-070Kraft Pulp Mills11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616Except for (1)Definitions for Non-Condensibles, Other Sources, and TRS; (3)(A), (6)(B), (7)(A), (7)(B), (8)(C)(1)(a), & (8)(C)(2)(a).
33-075Hot Mix Asphalt Plants11/10/19948/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Title 34—Stationary Source Rules and Permitting Procedures
34-001General Policy and Rule Organization6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-005Definitions6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Rules Applicable to All Stationary Sources
34-010Applicability6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-015Request for Information6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-020Information Exempt from Disclosure6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-030Source Registration6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-040Compliance Schedules for Existing Sources Affected by New Rules6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Rules Applicable to Sources Required to Have ACDP or Title V Operating Permits
34-050Applicability6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-060Plant Site Emission Limit Rules6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616except for (6) & (8).
34-070Sampling, Testing and Monitoring of Air Contaminant Emissions6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Rules Applicable to Sources Required to Have Air Contaminant Discharge Permits (ACDP)
34-090Purpose and Applicability6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-100Permit Categories6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-110Permit Required6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-120Synthetic Minor Sources6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-130General Procedures for Obtaining ACDP Permits6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-140Permit Duration6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
34-150ACDP Fees6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Table A Part I Part IIAir Contaminant Sources and Associated Fee Schedule6/13/20008/3/2001, 66 FR 40616.
Title 38—New Source Review
38-001General Applicability2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
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38-005Definitions2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
38-010General Requirements for Major Sources and Major Modifications2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
38-015Additional Requirements for Major Sources or Major Modifications Located in Nonattainment Areas2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
38-020Additional Requirements for Major Sources or Major Modifications in Attainment or Unclassified Areas (Prevention of Significant Deterioration)2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
38-025Exemptions for Major Sources and Major Modifications2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
38-030Baseline for Determining Credits for Offsets2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
38-035Requirements for Net Air Quality Benefit for Major Sources and Major Modifications2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
38-040Emission Reduction Credit Banking2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
38-045Requirements for Non-Major Sources and Non-Major Modifications2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
38-050Stack Height and Dispersion Techniques2/13/19909/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
Title 39—Contingency for PM10Sources in Eugene-Springfield Non-Attainment Area
39-001Purpose11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-005Relation to Other Rules11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-010Applicability11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-015Definitions11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-020Compliance Schedule for Existing Sources11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-025Wood-Waste Boilers11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-030Veneer Dryers11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-035Particleboard Plants and Wood Particle Dryers11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-040Kraft Pulp Mills11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-050Air Conveying Systems11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-055Fugitive Dust11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
39-060Open Burning11/13/19918/24/1994, 59 FR 43483.
Title 47—Rules for Open Outdoor Burning
47-001General Policy8/14/849/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
47-005Statutory Exemptions from These Rules8/14/849/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
47-010Definitions1/1/19931/11/1995, 60 FR 2690.
47-015Open Burning Requirements1/1/19931/11/1995, 60 FR 2690.
47-020Letter Permits1/1/19931/11/1995, 60 FR 2690.
47-030Summary of Seasons, Areas, and Permit Requirements for Open Burning1/1/19931/11/1995, 60 FR 2690.
Title 50—Ambient Air Standards
50-005General7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
50-015Suspended Particulate Matter7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
50-025Sulfur Dioxide7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
50-030Carbon Monoxide7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
50-035Ozone7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
50-040Nitrogen Dioxide7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
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50-045Lead7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
Title 51—Air Pollution Emergencies
51-005Introduction7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
51-010Episode Criteria7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
51-015Emission Reduction Plans7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
51-020Preplanned Abatement Strategies7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
51-025Implementation7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
Table IAir Pollution Episode, Alert Condition7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
Table IIAir Pollution Episode, Warning Conditions7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.
Table IIIAir Pollution Episode, Emergency Conditions7/12/19889/9/1993, 58 FR 47385.

(d) EPA approved State Source-specific requirements.

Name of sourcePermit No.State effective dateEPA approval dateExplanation
Industrial Laundry & Dry Cleaners26-302512/9/19808/27/1981, 46 FR 43142Air Contaminant Discharge Permit Expiration Date: 11/1/1987.
VANPLY, Inc.& Spalding Pulp & Paper CoStipulation and Consent Final Order12/30/19808/27/1981, 46 FR 43142Transfer by VANPLY, INC. of a VOC Offset to Spalding Pulp & Paper Co.
Weyerhaeuser Company18-00372/3/198111/6/1981, 46 FR 55101Conditions 5 and 6—Air Contaminant Discharge Permit Exp. Date: 5/1/1986.
Spaulding Pulp and Paper Co.36-604112/11/19808/27/1981, 46 FR 43142Air Contaminant Discharge Permit Expiration Date: 10/1/1984.
Dura Industries26-31129/14/19953/31/1998, 63 FR 15293Air Contaminant Discharge Permit Expiration Date 9/1/1997.
Cascade General (Port of Portland)26-322410/4/19953/7/1997, 62 FR 10455Air Contaminant Discharge Permit Expiration Date 5/1/1997.
White Consolidated Inc34-20608/1/19953/7/1997, 62 FR 10455Air Contaminant Discharge Permit Expiration Date 8/1/1997.
Intel Corporation34-26819/24/1993 (State effective date of Title V Program)7/18/1996, 61 FR 37393Oregon Title-V Operating Permit Expiration Date: 10/31/1999.
PCC Structurals, Inc26-18674/4/19976/20/1997, 62 FR 33548Conditions 19, 20 and 21 in Addendum No. 2 Air Contaminant Discharge Permit Expiration Date: 4/1/2000.
Ostrander Construction Company Fremont SawmillACDP No. 19-00024/29/19989/21/1999, 64 FR 51051Air Contaminant Discharge Permit Expiration Date 11/1/2002.

(e) EPA Approved Nonregulatory provisions and Quasi-Regulatory Measures.

EPA Approved Oregon State Statutes

State citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanations
ORS Chapter 468General Administration, Enforcement, Pollution Control Facilities Tax Credit11/4/19937/19/1995, 60 FR 37013
ORS Chapter 468AAir Pollution Control, Regional Air Quality Control Authorities, Motor Vehicle Pollution Control, Field Burning and Propane11/4/19937/19/1995, 60 FR 37013Except 468A.075.
ORS Chapter 468A.330Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance Assistance Program11/4/19939/5/1995, 60 FR 46025
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State of Oregon Air Quality Control Program

SIP citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA Approval DateExplanation
Section 1Introduction4/25/19867/30/1991, 56 FR 36006
Section 2General AdministrationSection 2, 4/25/1986Section 2, 7/30/1991, 56 FR 36006
2.1, 4/25/19862.1, 7/30/1991, 56 FR 360062.1 Agency Organization.
2.2, 7/29/19922.2, 7/19/1995, 60 FR 370132.2 Legal Authority.
2.3, 4/25/19862.3, 7/30/1991, 56 FR 360062.3 Resources.
2.4, 4/25/19862.4, 7/30/1991, 56 FR 360062.4 Intergovernmental cooperation.
2.5, 4/25/19862.5, 7/30/1991, 56 FR 360062.5 Miscellaneous Provisions.
2.6, 11/16/19922.6, 9/5/1995, 60 FR 460252.6 Small Business Assistance Program.
Section 3Statewide Regulatory Provisions4/25/19867/30/1991, 56 FR 36006Refer to table (c) for approved regulations.
Section 4Control Strategies for Nonattainment Areas4, 4/25/19864, 7/30/1991, 56 FR 36006
4.1, 12/19/19804.1, 4/12/1982, 47 FR 155874.1 Portland-Vancouver TSP Attainment Plan.
4.2, 7/16/19824.2, 10/7/1982, 47 FR 442614.2 Portland-Vancouver CO Attainment Plan.
4.3, 7/16/19824.3, 10/7/1982, 47 FR 442614.3 Portland-Vancouver Ozone Attainment Plan.
4.4, 6/20/19794.4, 6/24/1980, 45 FR 422654.4 Salem CO Attainment Plan.
4.5, 9/19/19804.5, 4/12/1982, 47 FR 155874.5 Salem Ozone Attainment Plan.
4.6, 1/30/19814.6, 4/12/1982, 47 FR 155874.6 Eugene-Springfield TSP Attainment Plan.
4.7, 6/20/19794.7, 6/24/1980, 45 FR 422654.7 Eugene-Springfield CO Attainment Plan.
12/9/198812/6/1993, 58 FR 64161Eugene-Springfield CO Maintenance Plan.
4.8, 1/25/854.8, 6/4/1986, 51 FR 202854.8  Medford-Ashland Ozone, Maintenance Plan.
4.9, 10/15/19824.9, 2/13/1987, 52 FR 46204.9  Medford-Ashland CO Attainment Plan.
4.10, 4/19834.10, 8/15/1984, 49 FR 325744.10  Medford-Ashland TSP, Attainment Plan.
4.11, 10/24/19864.11, 1/15/1988, 53 FR 10204.11  Grants Pass CO, Attainment Plan.
4.12, 8/18/19954.12, 4/14/1997, 62 FR 180474.12  Klamath Falls PM-10 Attainment Plan.
4.13, 11/13/19914.13, 12/17/1993, 58 FR 659344.13  Grants Pass PM-10 Attainment Plan.
4.14, 9/9/20054.14, 6/19/2006, 71 FR 351634.14  Medford PM-10 Attainment and Maintenance Plan.
4.15, 11/8/19914.15, 2/15/1995, 60 FR 85634.15  La Grande PM-10 Attainment Plan.
4.16, 1/31/19914.16, 8/24/1994, 59 FR 434834.16  Eugene-Springfield PM-10 Attainment Plan.
4.17, 11/20/2000, (submittal date)4.17, 9/20/2001, 66 FR 483404.17  Klamath Falls CO Maintenance Plan.
4.18, 11/4/19964.18, 3/15/1999, 64 FR 127514.18  Oakridge PM-10 Attainment Plan.
4.19, 6/1/1995, (submittal date)4.19, 9/21/1999, 64 FR 510514.19  Lakeview PM-10 Attainment Plan.
4.50, 8/14/19964.50, 5/19/1997, 62 FR 272044.50 Portland/Vancouver Ozone Maintenance Plan.
4/12/200712/19/2011, 76 FR 78571.Portland-Vancouver AQMA (Oregon portion) & Salem Kaizer Area 8-hour Ozone (110(a)(1) Maintenance Plan.
4.51, 7/12/19964.51, 9/2/1997, 62 FR 462084.51  Portland CO Maintenance Plan.
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4.52, 3/9/20014.52, 7/24/2002, 67 FR 483884.52  Medford CO Maintenance Plan.
4.53, 9/10/19994.53, 8/31/2000, 65 FR 529324.53  Grants Pass CO Maintenance Plan.
4.55, 10/4/20024.55, 10/27/2003, 68 FR 611114.55  Grants Pass PM-10 Maintenance Plan.
4.56, 10/4/20024.56, 10/21/2003, 68 FR 600364.56  Klamath Falls PM-10 Maintenance Plan.
4.57, 6/28/20074.57, 12/30/2008, 73 FR 796554.57  Salem-Keizer Area CO, Limited Maintenance Plan.
4.58, 12/15/20044.58, 1/24/2006, 71 FR 37684.58 Portland Area CO Maintenance Plan 2nd 10-year.
4.59, 9/9/20054.59, 6/19/2006, 71 FR 351614.59  La Grande PM10 Maintenance Plan.
4.60, 9/9/20054.60, 6/19/2006, 71 FR 351594.60 Lakeview PM10 Maintenance Plan.
4.61, 9/26/20114.61, 4/11/2013, 78 FR 215474.61 Eugene-Springfield PM10 Limited Maintenance Plan.
Section 5Control Strategies for Attainment and Nonattainment Areas5, 4/25/19865, 7/30/1991, 56 FR 36006
5.1, 1/14/19835.1, 5/18/1983, 48 FR 222985.1 Statewide Control Strategies for Lead.
5.2, 5/3/20025.2, 3/15/2005, 70 FR 125875.2 Visibility Protection Plan.
5.3, 4/25/19865.3, 7/30/1991, 56 FR 360065.3 Prevention of Significant Deterioration.
5.4, 10/24/20035.4, 11/27/2004, 69 FR 678195.4 Motor Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance.
12/9/20107/5/2011, 76 FR 38997Oregon Regional Haze Plan—Section 308.
Section 6Ambient Air Quality Monitoring Program1/19867/30/1991, 56 FR 360066.1 Air Monitoring Network. 6.2 Data Handling and Analysis Procedures. 6.3  Episode Monitoring.
Section 7Emergency Action Plan1/19867/30/1991, 56 FR 36006
Section 8Public Involvement1/19867/30/1991, 56 FR 36006
Section 9Plan Revisions and Reporting1/19867/30/1991, 56 FR 36006

Oregon Administrative Rules, Approved But Not Incorporated by Reference

State citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanations
Division 11—Rules of General Applicability and Organization
011-0005Definitions3/20/20084/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
011-0009Incorporation of Attorney General's Uniform and Model Rules3/20/20084/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
011-0510Agency Representation by Environmental Law Specialist3/20/20084/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
011-0515Authorized Representative of Respondent other than a Natural Person in a Contested Case Hearing3/20/20084/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
011-0573Proposed Orders in Contested Cases3/20/20084/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
011-0575Review of Proposed Orders in Contested Cases3/20/20084/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
Division 12—Enforcement Procedure and Civil Penalties
012-0026Policy5/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0027Rule Effective Date3/26/20064/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
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012-0028Scope of Applicability5/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0030Definitions11/10/20086/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
012-0038Warning Letters, Pre-Enforcement Notices and Notices of Permit Violation11/10/20086/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
012-0041Formal Enforcement Action5/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0042Determination of Base Penalty5/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0045Civil Penalty Determination Procedure5/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0145Determination of Aggravating or Mitigating Factors5/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0150Determination of Economic Benefit5/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0053Violations that Apply to all Programs3/26/20064/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0054Air Quality Classification of Violations3/15/20116/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
012-0073Environmental Cleanup Classification of Violation3/26/20064/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0082Contingency Planning Classification of Violations3/26/20064/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0130Determination of Violation Magnitude3/26/20064/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0135Selected Magnitude Categories3/26/20064/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0140Determination of Base Penalty3/15/20116/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
012-0155Additional or Alternate Civil Penalties11/10/20086/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
012-0160Department Discretion Regarding Penalty Assessment3/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0162Inability to Pay the Penalty3/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0165Stipulated Penalties3/13/20054/25/2013, 78 FR 24347
012-0170Compromise or Settlement of Civil Penalty by Department11/10/20086/20/2013, 78 FR 37124
Division 200—General Air Pollution Procedures and Definitions.
Conflicts of Interest
200-0100Conflicts of Interest7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
200-0110Conflicts of Interest7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
200-0120Conflicts of Interest7/1/20011/22/2003, 68 FR 2891
Division 262—Heat Smart Program for, Residential Woodstoves and Other Solid Fuel Heating Devices.
262-0050Residential Woodheating—Civil Penalties10/14/19991/22/2003, 68 FR 2891

City and County Ordinances

Agency and ordinanceTitle or subjectDateEPA approval dateExplanation
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County1810.0912/20/19896/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
Codified Ordinances of Jackson County1810.9910.29.20036/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
Code of the City of Medford, Oregon7.22611/20/19896/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
Code of the City of Medford, Oregon7.3004/6/20006/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
City of Central Point Municipal Code8.04.10019666/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
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City of Central Point Municipal Code8.04.11019666/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
City of Central Point Municipal Code8.04.12019666/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
City of Central Point Municipal Code8.04.13019666/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
City of Central Point Municipal Code8.04.14019666/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
City of Central Point Municipal Code8.04.15019956/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
City of Ashland Municipal Code10.30.05019936/19/2006, 71 FR 35163
City of Ashland Municipal Code9.24.06019986/19/2006, 71 FR 35163

Lane County Regional Air Pollution Authority Regulations, Approved But Not Incorporated by Reference

LRAPA citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanations
Title 15Enforcement Procedure and Civil Penalties6/13/19958/22/2001, 66 FR 40616

EPA Approved Oregon State Directive

State citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanations
Directive 1-4-1-601Operational Guidance for the Oregon Smoke Management Program10/23/199211/1/2001, 66 FR 55112

EPA Approved Manuals

NameAdoption dateState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanations
Sampling Manual1/23/19921/23/19926/4/1993, 58 FR 31654Volumes 1 and 2, Adopted by Oregon Environmental Quality Commission.
Continuous Monitoring Manual1/23/19922/4/19926/4/1993, 58 FR 31654Adopted by Oregon Environmental Quality Commission.

Supplementary Documents

State citationTitle/subjectState effective dateEPA approval dateExplanations
Oregon SIP Volume 2, Section 5.4Test Procedures and Standards10/24/200311/22/2004, 69 FR 67819
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4. Amend the newly designated § 52.1974 by revising the section heading and paragraph (a) to read as follows::

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Original identification of plan section.

(a) This section identified the original “State of Oregon Clean Air Act Implementation Plan” and all revisions submitted by Oregon that were federally approved prior to September 1, 2013.

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