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Approval and Promulgation of Air Quality Implementation Plans; Montana; Revised Format for Materials Being Incorporated by Reference for Montana

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AGENCY:

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

ACTION:

Final rule; administrative change.

SUMMARY:

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

DATES:

This action is effective April 24, 2015.

ADDRESSES:

EPA has established a docket for this action under Docket ID No. EPA-R08-OAR-2015-0158. SIP Materials which are incorporated by reference into 40 CFR part 52 are available for inspection Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., excluding federal holidays, at the Air Program, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 8, 1595 Wynkoop Street, Denver, Colorado 80202-1129. EPA requests that you contact the individual listed in the FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT section to view the hard copy of the docket. An electronic copy of the state's SIP compilation is also available at http://www.epa.gov/​region8/​air/​sip.html. A hard copy of the regulatory and source-specific portions of the compilation will also be maintained at the Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, EPA West Building, Room 3334, 1301 Constitution Ave. NW., Washington, DC 20460 and the 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 at (202) 566-1742. For information on the availability of this material at NARA call (202) 741-6030, or go to http://www.archives.gov/​federal_​register/​code_​of_​federal_​regulations/​ibr_​locations.html.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Kathy Ayala, Air Program, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Region 8, Mailcode 8P-AR, 1595 Wynkoop Street, Denver, Colorado 80202-1129, 303-312-6142, ayala.kathy@epa.gov.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

I. Change in IBR Format

This format revision will affect the “Identification of plan” section of 40 CFR part 52, as well as the format of the SIP materials that will be available for public inspection at the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA); the Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center located at EPA Headquarters in Washington, DC, and the EPA Region 8 Office.

A. Description of a SIP

Each state has a SIP containing the control measures and strategies used to attain and maintain the national ambient air quality standards (NAAQS) and achieve certain other Clean Air Act (Act) requirements (e.g., visibility requirements, prevention of significant deterioration). The SIP is extensive, containing such elements as air pollution control regulations, emission inventories, monitoring network descriptions, attainment demonstrations, and enforcement mechanisms.

B. How EPA Enforces the SIP

Each SIP revision submitted by Montana must be adopted at the state level after undergoing reasonable notice and public hearing. SIPs submitted to EPA to attain or maintain the NAAQS must include enforceable emission limitations and other control measures, schedules and timetables for compliance.

EPA evaluates submitted SIPs to determine if they meet the Act's requirements. If a SIP meets the Act's requirements, EPA will approve the SIP. EPA's notice of approval is published in the Federal Register and the approval is then codified at 40 CFR part 52. Once EPA approves a SIP, it is enforceable by EPA and citizens in federal district court.

We do not reproduce in 40 CFR part 52 the full text of the Montana regulations that we have approved. Instead, we incorporate them be reference or IBR. We approve a given state regulation with a specific effective date and then refer the public to the location(s) of the full text version of the state regulation(s) should they want to know which measures are contained in a given SIP (see I.F., Where You Can Find a Copy of the SIP Compilation).Start Printed Page 22910

C. How the State and EPA Update the SIP

The SIP is a dynamic document which the state can revise as necessary to address the unique air pollution problems in the state. Therefore, EPA from time to time must take action on SIP revisions containing new and/or revised regulations.

On May 22, 1997 (62 FR 27968), EPA announced revised procedures for IBR of federally approved SIPs. The procedures announced included: (1) A new process for IBR of material submitted by states into compilations and a process for updating those compilations on roughly an annual basis; (2) a revised mechanism for announcing EPA approval of revisions to an applicable SIP and updating both the compilations and the CFR; and, (3) a revised format for the “Identification of plan” sections for each applicable subpart to reflect these revised IBR procedures.

D. How EPA Compiles the SIP

We have organized into a compilation the federally-approved regulations, source-specific requirements and nonregulatory provisions we have approved into the SIP. These compilations may be found at http://www.epa.gov/​region8/​air/​sip.html. In addition, we maintain hard copies of the compilation which are updated periodically.

E. How EPA Organizes the SIP Compilation

Each compilation contains three parts. Part one contains the state regulations that have been approved, part two contains the source-specific requirements that have been approved as part of the SIP (if any), and part three contains non-regulatory provisions that have been approved. Each compilation contains a table of identifying information for each regulation, each source-specific requirement, and each nonregulatory provision. The state effective dates in the tables indicate the date of the most recent revision to a particular approved regulation. The table of identifying information in the compilation corresponds to the table of contents published in 40 CFR part 52 for the state. The EPA Regional Offices have the primary responsibility for ensuring accuracy and updating the compilations.

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

EPA Region 8 developed and will maintain the compilation for Montana. An electronic copy of the compilation is contained at http://www.epa.gov/​region8/​air/​sip.html. SIP Materials which are incorporated by reference into 40 CFR part 52 are also available for inspection at the following locations: Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, EPA West Building, Room 3334, 1301 Constitution Ave. NW., Washington, DC 20460 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.

G. The Format of the New Identification of Plan Section

In order to better serve the public, EPA has revised the organization of the “Identification of plan” section in 40 CFR part 52 and included additional information to clarify the elements of the SIP.

The revised Identification of plan section for Montana contains five subsections:

1. Purpose and scope (see 40 CFR 52.1370(a));

2. Incorporation by reference (see 40 CFR 52.1370(b));

3. EPA-approved regulations (see 40 CFR 52.1370(c));

4. EPA-approved source-specific requirements (see 40 CFR 52.1370(d)); and,

5. EPA-approved nonregulatory provisions such as transportation control measures, statutory provisions, control strategies, monitoring networks, etc. (see 40 CFR 42.1370(e)).

H. When a SIP Revision Becomes Federally Enforceable

All revisions to the applicable SIP are federally enforceable as of the effective date of EPA's approval of the respective revision. In general, SIP revisions become effective 30 to 60 days after publication of EPA's SIP approval action in the Federal Register. In specific cases, a SIP revision action may become effective less than 30 days or greater than 60 days after the Federal Register publication date. In order to determine the effective date of EPA's approval for a specific Montana SIP provision that is listed in 40 CFR 52.1370(c), (d), or (e), consult the volume and page of the Federal Register cited in 40 CFR 52.1370 for that particular provision.

I. The Historical Record of SIP Revision Approvals

To facilitate enforcement of previously approved SIP provisions and to provide a smooth transition to the new SIP processing system, we are retaining the original Identification of plan section (see 40 CFR 52.1397). This section previously appeared at 40 CFR 52.1370. After an initial two-year period, we will review our experience with the new table format and will decide whether to retain the original Identification of plan section (40 CFR 52.1397) for some further period.

II. What EPA is doing in this action?

This action constitutes a “housekeeping” exercise to reformat the codification of the EPA-approved Montana SIP.

III. Good Cause Exemption

EPA has determined that this action falls under the “good cause” exemption in section 553(b)(3)(B) of the Administrative Procedure Act (APA) which, upon a finding of “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). This action simply reformats the codification of provisions which are already in effect as a matter of law.

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. Likewise, there is no purpose served by delaying the effective date of this action.

IV. 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 this SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section, 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 Start Printed Page 22911addition, this action does not significantly or uniquely affect small governments or impose a significant intergovernmental mandate, as described in sections 203 and 204 of UMRA. This rule also does not have a substantial direct effect on one or more Indian tribes, on the relationship between the federal government and Indian tribes, or on the distribution of power and responsibilities between the Federal government and Indian tribes, as specified by Executive Order 13175 (65 FR 67249, November 9, 2000), nor will it have substantial direct effects on the states, on the relationship between the national government and the states, or on the distribution of power and responsibilities among the various levels of government, as specified in Executive Order 13132 (64 FR 43255, August 10, 1999). This rule also is not subject to Executive Order 13045 (62 FR 19885, April 23, 1997), because it is not economically significant. This rule does not involve technical standards; thus the requirements of section 12(d) of the National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act of 1995 (15 U.S.C. 272 note) do not apply. The rule also does not involve special consideration of environmental justice related issues as required by Executive Order 12898 (59 FR 7629, February 16, 1994). This rule does not impose an information collection burden under the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995 (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.). EPA's compliance with these statutes and Executive Orders for the underlying rules are discussed in previous actions taken on the state's rules.

B. Submission to Congress and the Comptroller General

The Congressional Review Act (5 U.S.C. 801 et seq.), as added by the 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. This action simply codifies provisions which are already in effect as a matter of law in federal and approved state programs. 5 U.S.C. 808(2). As stated previously, EPA has made such a good cause finding and established an effective date of April 24, 2015. EPA will submit a report containing this rule and other required information to the U.S. Senate, the U.S. House of Representatives, and the Comptroller General of the United States prior to publication of the rule in the Federal Register. This change to the Identification of plan for Montana is not a “major rule” as defined by 5 U.S.C. 804(2).

C. Petitions for Judicial Review

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

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List of Subjects in 40 CFR Part 52

  • Environmental protection
  • Air pollution control
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Incorporation by reference
  • Intergovernmental relations
  • Lead
  • Nitrogen dioxide
  • Ozone
  • Particulate matter
  • Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
  • Sulfur oxides
  • Volatile organic compounds
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Dated: March 14, 2015.

Shaun L. McGrath,

Regional Administrator, Region 8.

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40 CFR part 52 is amended to read as follows:

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PART 52 [AMENDED]

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

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

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Subpart BB—Montana

[Redesignated as § 52.1397]
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2. Section 52.1370 is redesignated as § 52.1397, and in newly redesignated § 52.1397, revise the section heading and paragraph (a) to read as follows:

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Original identification of plan.

(a) This section identifies the original “Air Implementation Plan for the State of Montana” and all revisions submitted by Montana that were federally approved prior to March 1, 2015.

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3. Add § 52.1370 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 Montana under section 110 of the Clean Air Act, 42 U.S.C. 7410 and 40 CFR part 51 to meet national ambient air quality standards or other requirements under the Clean Air Act.

(b) Incorporation by reference. (1) Material listed in paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) of this section with an EPA approval date prior to March 1, 2015, was approved for incorporation by reference by the Director of the Federal Register in accordance with 5 U.S.C. 552(a) and 1 CFR part 51. Material is incorporated as submitted by the state to EPA, and notice of any change in the material will be published in the Federal Register. Entries for paragraphs (c), (d), and (e) of this section with EPA approval dates after March 1, 2015, will be incorporated by reference in the next update to the SIP compilation.

(2) EPA Region 8 certifies that the rules/regulations provided by EPA in the SIP compilation at the addresses in paragraph (b)(3) of this section are an exact duplicate of the officially promulgated state rules/regulations which have been approved as part of the State Implementation Plan as of March 1, 2015.

(3) Copies of the materials incorporated by reference may be inspected at the Environmental Protection Agency, Region 8, 1595 Wynkoop Street, Denver, Colorado 80202-1129; Air and Radiation Docket and Information Center, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, West Building, 1301 Constitution Ave. NW., Washington, DC 20460; and, the National Archives and Records Administration (NARA). For information on the availability of materials from the docket in the EPA Headquarters Library, please call the Office of Air and Radiation (OAR) at (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. Copies of the Montana regulations we have approved are also available at http://www.epa.gov/​region8/​air/​sip.html.

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State citationRule titleState effective dateEPA final rule dateFinal rule citationComments
(1) Statewide
(i) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 01, General Provisions
17.8.101Definitions8/11/20061/26/201075 FR 3993
17.8.102Incorporation by Reference10/24/20081/29/201075 FR 4698
17.8.103Incorporation by Reference10/26/20071/26/201075 FR 3993
17.8.105Testing Requirements7/4/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.106Source Testing Protocol10/8/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.110Malfunctions4/11/20031/24/200671 FR 3776
17.8.111Circumvention9/13/19858/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.130Enforcement Procedures—Notice of Violation—Order to Take Corrective Action4/9/20041/24/200671 FR 3770
17.8.131Enforcement Procedures—Appeal to Board12/31/19728/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.132Credible Evidence12/8/200011/20/200267 FR 70009
17.8.140Rehearing Procedures—Form and Filing of Petition12/31/19728/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.141Rehearing Procedures—Filing Requirements12/31/19728/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.142Rehearing Procedures—Board Review12/31/19728/13/200166 FR 42427
(ii) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 03, Emission Standards
17.8.301Definitions10/24/20081/29/201075 FR 4698
17.8.302Incorporation by Reference10/26/20071/26/201075 FR 3993
17.8.304Visible Air Contaminants8/11/19958/13/200166 FR 42427Excluding (4)(f).
17.8.308Particulate Matter, Airborne2/13/20091/29/201075 FR 4698
17.8.309Particulate Matter, Fuel Burning Equipment11/10/19958/13/200166 FR 42427Excluding (5)(b).
17.8.310Particulate Matter, Industrial Processes11/10/19958/13/200166 FR 42427Excluding (3)(e).
17.8.316Incinerators4/9/20047/29/200873 FR 43871
17.8.320Wood-waste Burners4/9/20041/24/200671 FR 3770
17.8.321Sulfur Emissions—Kraft Pulp Mills (16.8.1413)12/31/19727/18/199560 FR 36715* 16.8.1413 is the SIP approved Kraft Pulp Mill Rule. 17.8.321 is not SIP approved.
17.8.322Sulfur Oxide Emissions—Sulfur in Fuel12/31/19728/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.324Hydrocarbon Emissions—Petroleum Products10/29/19938/13/200166 FR 42427Excluding (1)(c) and (2)(d).
17.8.325Motor Vehicles12/31/19728/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.326Prohibited Materials for Wood or Coal Residential Stoves10/29/19938/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.330Emission Standards for Existing Aluminum Plants—Definitions2/10/19898/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.331Emission Standards for Existing Aluminum Plants—Standards2/26/19828/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.332Emission Standards for Existing Aluminum Plants—Standard for Visible Emissions7/4/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.333Emission Standards for Existing Aluminum Plants—Monitoring and Reporting2/26/19828/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.334Emission Standards for Existing Aluminum Plants—Startup and Shutdown2/26/19828/13/200166 FR 42427
(iii) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 04, Stack Heights and Dispersion Techniques
17.8.401Definitions [16.8.1204]6/13/19867/18/199560 FR 36715* 16.8.1204 is the SIP approved Stack Height and Dispersion Techniques rule. 17.8.401 is not SIP approved.
17.8.402Requirements [16.8.1205]6/13/19867/18/199560 FR 36715* 16.8.1205 is the SIP approved Stack Height and Dispersion Techniques rule. 17.8.402 is not SIP approved.
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17.8.403Exemptions [16.8.1206]6/13/19867/18/199560 FR 36715* 16.8.1206 is the SIP approved Stack Height and Dispersion Techniques rule. 17.8.403 is not SIP approved.
(iv) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 06, Open Burning
17.8.601Definitions12/27/20028/24/200671 FR 49999
17.8.602Incorporation by Reference10/26/20071/26/201075 FR 3993
17.8.604Prohibited Open Burning—When Permit Required12/27/20028/24/200671 FR 49999Except (1)(a).
17.8.605Special Burning Periods12/27/20028/24/200671 FR 49999
17.8.606Minor Open Burning Source Requirements12/27/20028/24/200671 FR 49999
17.8.610Major Open Burning Source Restrictions12/27/20028/24/200671 FR 49999
17.8.611Emergency Open Burning Permits7/23/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.612Conditional Air Quality Open Burning Permits12/27/20028/24/200671 FR 49999
17.8.613Christmas Tree Waste Open Burning Permits7/23/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.614Commercial Film Production Open Burning Permits12/27/20028/24/200671 FR 49999
17.8.615Firefighter Training9/9/19948/13/200166 FR 42427
(v) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 07, Permit Construction and Operation of Air Contaminant Sources
17.8.740Definitions12/27/200211/21/201479 FR 69374
17.8.743Montana Air Quality Permits—When Required12/27/200211/21/201479 FR 69374Approved except the phrase in 17.8.743(1)(b) “asphalt concrete plants, mineral crushers, and”.
17.8.744Montana Air Quality Permits—General Exclusions12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.745Montana Air Quality Permits—Exclusion for De Minimis Changes5/28/20102/13/201277 FR 7531
17.8.748New or Modified Emitting Units—Permit Application Requirements12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.749Conditions For Issuance or Denial of Permit10/17/20037/8/201176 FR 40237(1), (3), (4), (5), (6), and (8) approved with state effective date of 12/27/02. (7) approved with state effective date of 10/17/03.
17.8.752Emission Control Requirements12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.755Inspection of Permit12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.756Compliance with Other Requirements12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.759Review of Permit Applications12/23/20057/8/201176 FR 40237(1) through (3) approved with state effective date of 10/17/13. (4) through (6) approved with state effective date of 12/23/05.
17.8.760Additional Review of Permit Applications12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.762Duration of Permit12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.763Revocation of Permit10/17/20037/8/201176 FR 40237(1) and (4) approved with state effective date of 12/27/02. (2) and (3) approved with state effective date of 10/17/03.
17.8.764Administrative Amendment to Permit12/27/200211/21/201479 FR 69374
17.8.765Transfer of Permit12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.767Incorporation by Reference6/17/20057/8/201176 FR 40237(1)(a) through (c) approved with state effective date of 12/27/02. (1)(d) through (g), (2), (3), and (4) approved with state effective date of 6/17/05.
(vi) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 08, Prevention of Significant Deterioration of Air Quality
17.8.801Definitions10/12/20121/29/201580 FR 4793
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17.8.802Incorporation by Reference6/17/20057/19/200671 FR 40922
17.8.804Ambient Air Increments8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.805Ambient Air Ceilings8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.806Restrictions on Area Classifications8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.807Exclusions from Increment Consumption8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.808Redesignation8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.809Stack Heights8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.818Review of Major Stationary Source and Major Modifications—Source Applicability and Exemptions10/12/20121/29/201580 FR 4793
17.8.819Control Technology Review4/9/20041/24/200671 FR 3770
17.8.820Source Impact Analysis8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.821Air Quality Models4/11/20031/24/200671 FR 3776
17.8.822Air Quality Analysis4/9/20041/24/200671 FR 3770
17.8.823Source Information8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.824Additional Impact Analyses8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.825Sources Impacting Federal Class I Areas—Additional Requirements12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.826Public Participation12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.827Source Obligation8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.828Innovative Control Technology8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
(vii) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 09, Permit Requirements for Major Stationary Sources or Major Modifications Locating Within Nonattainment Areas
17.8.901Definitions10/24/20081/29/201075 FR 4698
17.8.902Incorporation by Reference6/17/20057/19/200671 FR 40922
17.8.904When Air Quality Preconstruction Permit Required12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.905Additional Conditions of Air Quality Preconstruction Permit4/11/20031/24/200671 FR 3776
17.8.906Baseline for Determining Credit for Emissions and Air Quality Offsets12/27/20027/7/201176 FR 40237
(viii) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 10, Preconstruction Permit Requirements for Major Stationary Sources or Major Modifications Locating Within Attainment or Unclassified Areas
17.8.1001Definitions8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.1002Incorporation by Reference6/17/20057/19/200671 FR 40922
17.8.1004When Air Quality Preconstruction Permit Required12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.1005Additional Conditions of Air Quality Pre-construction Permit12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.1006Review of Specified Sources for Air Quality Impact8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.1007Baseline for Determining Credit for Emissions and Air Quality Offsets10/24/20081/29/201075 FR 4698
(ix) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 11, Visibility Impact Assessment
17.8.1101Definitions8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.1102Incorporation by Reference10/26/20071/26/201075 FR 3993
17.8.1103Applicability—Visibility Requirements8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.1106Visibility Impact Analysis12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.1107Visibility Models8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.1108Notification of Permit Application8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.1109Adverse Impact and Federal Land Manager12/27/20027/8/201176 FR 40237
17.8.1110Visibility Monitoring8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
17.8.1111Additional Impact Analysis8/23/19968/13/200166 FR 42427
(x) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 13, Conformity
17.8.1301Definitions6/4/19999/21/200166 FR 48561
17.8.1304Determining Conformity of Transportation Plans, Programs, and Projects to State or Federal Implementation Plans8/23/19969/21/200166 FR 48561
17.8.1305Consultation Requirements: Applicability6/4/19999/21/200166 FR 48561
17.8.1306Consultation Procedures6/4/19999/21/200166 FR 48561
17.8.1310Special Issues6/4/19999/21/200166 FR 48561
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17.8.1311Notice Requirements for Non-FHWA/FTA Projects6/4/19999/21/200166 FR 48561
17.8.1312Conflict Resolution6/4/19999/21/200166 FR 48561
17.8.1313Public Consultation Procedures6/4/19999/21/200166 FR 48561
(xi) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 14, Conformity of General Federal Actions
17.8.1401Definitions6/4/199910/7/200267 FR 62392
17.8.1402Incorporation By Reference6/4/199910/7/200267 FR 62392
(xii) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 16, Emission Control Requirements for Oil and Gas Well Facilities Operating Prior to Issuance of a Montana Air Quality Permit
17.8.1601Definitions1/1/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1602Applicability and Coordination with Montana Air Quality Permit Rules1/1/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1603Emission Control Requirements1/1/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1604Inspection and Repair Requirements1/1/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1605Recordkeeping Requirements1/1/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1606Delayed Effective Date12/23/200511/19/201378 FR 69296
(xiii) Administrative Rules of Montana, Subchapter 17, Registration of Air Contaminant Sources
17.8.1701Definitions4/7/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1702Applicability4/7/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1703Registration Process and Information4/7/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1704Registration Fee4/7/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1705Operating Requirements: Facility-wide4/7/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1710Oil or Gas Well Facilities General Requirements4/7/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1711Oil or Gas Well Facilities Emission Control Requirements4/7/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1712Oil or Gas Well Facilities Inspection and Repair Requirements4/7/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
17.8.1713Oil or Gas Well Facilities Recordkeeping and Reporting Requirements4/7/200611/19/201378 FR 69296
(2) County Specific
(i) Cascade County
7-01Definitions10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
7-02Prohibited Open Burning—When Permit Required10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
7-03Minor Open Burning Source Requirements10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
7-04Major Open Burning Source Restrictions10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
7-05Special Burning Periods10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
7-06Firefighting Training10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
7-07Conditional Air Quality Open Burning Permits10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
7-08Emergency Open Burning Permits10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
7-09Commercial Film Production Open Burning Permits10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
7-10Fees10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548
(ii) Flathead County
Table of Contents, Flathead County Air Pollution Control Program Regulations
Appendix AKalispell Air Pollution Control District Map5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Appendix BKalispell Air Pollution Control District Description5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 01Short Title5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 02Declaration of Policy and Purpose5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 03Authorities for Program5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 04Administration5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 05Control Board, Meetings-Duties-Policies5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
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Chapter 06Air Quality Staff5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 07Inspections5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Sub-Chapter 1General Definitions5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 201Definitions5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 202Materials Prohibited5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 203Minor Open Burning Source Requirements5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 204Major Open Burning Source Requirements5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 205Special Open Burning Periods5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 206Fire Fighter Training5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 207Open Burning Disposal of Christmas Tree Waste5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 208Conditional Air Quality Open Burning Permits5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 209Emergency Open Burning Permits5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 210Permit Fees5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Sub-Chapter 3Voluntary Solid Fuel Burning Device Curtailment Program5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 401Prohibited Materials for Wood or Coal residential (Solid Fuel Burning Device) Stoves5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Sub-Chapter 5Kalispell Air Pollution Control District, Intent5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 501Material To Be Used on Roads and Parking Lots-Standards5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 502Construction and Demolition Activity5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 503Pavement of Roads Required5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 504Pavement of Parking Lots Required5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 505Street Sweeping and Flushing5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 506Clearing of land greater than 1/4 acre in size5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 507Contingency Plan5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Sub-Chapter 6Columbia Falls Air Pollution Control District—Intent5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 601Material To Be Used on Roads and Parking Lots-Standards5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 602Construction and Demolition Activity5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08; Sub-Chapter 6, Rule 603Pavement of Roads Required5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 604Pavement of Parking Lots Required5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 605Street Sweeping and Flushing5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 606Clearing of land greater than 1/4 acre in size5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 08, Rule 607Contingency Plan5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 09Enforcement, Judicial Review, and Hearings5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 10Civil Penalties5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 11Severability Clause5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
Chapter 12Amendments and Revisions5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153
(iii) Lincoln County
75.1.101Intent2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.102Definitions2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.103Selection & Implementation of Contingency Measure Programs2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.201Intent2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.202Definitions2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.204Emission Limits2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.205Issuance of Air Pollution Alert2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.206Permits2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.207Prohibited Materials2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.209Enforceability2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.301Intent: Road Dust Control Regulations: Materials to Be used on Roads and Parking Lots2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.302Definitions2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.303Emission Limits2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.401Definitions, Street Sweeping and Flushing2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.402Emission Limits2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
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75.1.501Emission Limits, Dust Control for Log Yards2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.601Intent, Limiting the Application of Sanding Material2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.602Application Limits2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.603Resolution2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.701Intent, Open Burning Regulations: Management of Open Burning2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.702Definitions2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.703Open Burning Control Areas2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.704Materials Prohibited2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.705General Open Burning Regulations2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.706Minor Open Burning Source Requirements2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.707Major Open Burning Source Requirements2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.708Trade Waste Burning Requirements2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.709Licensed Landfill Requirements2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.710Firefighter Training2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.711Special Burning Periods2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.712Open Burning Permit Requirements & Local Restrictions2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.713Conditional Air Quality Open Burning Permits2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.714Emergency Open Burning Permits2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.715Christmas Tree Waste Open Burning Permits2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.716Commercial Film Production Open Burning Permits2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.717Prohibited Acts2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.718Penalties2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
75.1.719Conflict of Ordinances, Effect of Partial Invalidity2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014
Ordinances, 1470Ordinance3/19/19938/30/199459 FR 44627
Ordinances, 1507Ordinance2/1/969/30/9661 FR 51014
1660 ResolutionLincoln County Health and Environment Regulations3/23/20063/17/201176 FR 14584
(iv) Missoula County
1.101Program Authority and Administration11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
1.102Declaration of policy and purpose11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
1.103Authorities for program11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
1.104Area of jurisdiction11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
1.105Air pollution control board11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
1.106Air quality staff11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
1.107Air quality advisory council11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
2.101Definitions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
3.101Purpose11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
3.102Particulate matter contingency measures11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
3.103Carbon monoxide contingency measures11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
3.104Early implementation of contingency measures11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.101Purpose11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.102Applicability11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.103General provisions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.104Air pollution control stages11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.105Emergency operations11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.106Abatement plan for certain sources11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.107Enforcement procedure11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.108Stage I alert control activities11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.109Stage II warning control activities11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.110State III emergency control activities11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.111Stage IV crisis control activities11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
4.112Contingency measure11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
5.101Inspections11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
5.102Testing requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
5.103Malfunctions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
5.105Circumvention11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
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5.106Public nuisance11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
5.112Compliance with other statutes and rules11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.101Definitions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.102Air quality permits required11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.103General conditions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.105Air quality permit application requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.106Public review of air quality permit application11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.107Issuance or denial of an air quality permit11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.108Revocation of modification of an air quality permit11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.109Transfer of permit11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.501Emission control requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.502Particulate matter from fuel burning equipment11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.503Particulate matter from industrial processes11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.504Visible air pollutants11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.601Minimum standards11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.602Hours of operation11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.603Performance tests11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.604Hazardous waste incinerators11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.701Opacity limits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.702Operation11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
6.703Fuels11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.101Definitions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.102Outdoor burning permits required11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.103Materials prohibited11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.104Burning seasons11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.105Restricted areas11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.106Minor outdoor burning source requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.107Major outdoor burning source requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.108Bonfire permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.109Fire fighter training permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.110Conditional outdoor burning permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.111Christmas tree waste outdoor burning permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.112Emergency outdoor burning permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.113Commercial film production outdoor burning permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.114Public notice11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
7.115Outdoor burning permitting actions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.101Definitions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.102General requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.103Stationary source requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.104Construction sites11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.105Agricultural exemption11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.201Permits required11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.202New roads in the air stagnation zone11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.203New parking areas in the air stagnation zone11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.204New driveways in the air stagnation zone11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.205Unpaved access roads11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.206Maintenance of pavement required11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.207Paving existing facilities in the air stagnation zone11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.301Deicer required11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.302Durability requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.303Street sweeping requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
8.304Contingency measures11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.101Intent11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.102Definitions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.103Applicability11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.104Fuels11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.105Non-alert visible emission standards11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
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9.106Prohibition of visible emissions during air pollution alerts and warnings11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.107Emissions certification11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.108New solid fuel burning devices prohibited11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.109Sale of new solid fuel burning devices11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.110Installation permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.111Alert permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.112Sole source permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.113Special need permits11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.114Temporary sole source permit11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.115Permit application requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.116Revocation or modification of permit11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.117Transfer of permit11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.118Removal of solid fuel burning devices upon sale of the property11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
9.119Contingency measures11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.101Intent11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.102Definitions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.103Oxygenated fuel required11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.104Labeling gasoline pumps11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.105Oxygenate blending facility requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.106Distributor requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.107Fueling facility operator requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.108Inability to produce oxygenated fuel in extraordinary circumstances11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.109Registration fees11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.110Contingency measure11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.201Regulation of sulfur in fuel11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.202Regulation of sulfur in fuel burned within the air stagnation zone11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.203Labeling requirements11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.301Containers with more than 65,000 gallon capacity11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.302Oil-effluent water separators11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.303Loading gasoline11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
10.304Exemptions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
11.101Removal of control devices11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
11.102Operation of motor vehicles11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
11.103Four-cycle gasoline powered vehicles11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
14.101Notice of violation11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
14.102Order to take corrective action11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
14.103Appearance before the control board11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
14.104Other remedies11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
14.105Credible evidence11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
14.106Administrative review11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
14.107Control board hearings11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
14.108Judicial review11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
15.101General provisions11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
15.102Criminal penalties11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
15.103Civil penalties11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
15.104Solid fuel burning device penalties11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
15.105Non-compliance penalties11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
Appendix AMaps11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
Appendix BMissoula's Emergency Episode Avoidance Plan11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
Appendix DOxygenated fuels program sampling requirements for blending facilities11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
List of AcronymsList of Acronyms11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391
Missoula City County Air Pollution Control Program Regulations, Table of Contents, Acronyms and Appendices, Table of Contents
(v) Yellowstone
Regulation 002—Open Burning, ADefinitions9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
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Regulation 002—Open Burning, BIncorporation by Reference9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
Regulation 002—Open Burning, CProhibited Open Burning—When Permit Required9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
Regulation 002—Open Burning, DMinor Open Burning Source Restriction9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
Regulation 002—Open Burning, EMajor Open Burning Source Restriction9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
Regulation 002—Open Burning, FSpecial Burning Periods9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
Regulation 002—Open Burning, GFire Fighter Training9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
Regulation 002—Open Burning, HConditional Air Quality Open Burning Permits6/7/200211/5/200368 FR 62529
Regulation 002—Open Burning, IEmergency Open Burning Permits9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
Regulation 002—Open Burning, JCommercial Film Production Open Burning9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427
Regulation 002—Open Burning, KFees9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427

(d) EPA-approved source-specific requirements.

Title/subjectState effective dateNotice of final rule dateNFR citation
(1) Cascade County
1985 December 5 Stipulation and 1985 October 20 Permit for Montana Refining Company. In the matter of the Montana Refining Company, Cascade County; compliance with ARM 16.8.811, ambient air quality standard for carbon monoxide12/5/19859/7/199055 FR 36812
(2) Deer Lodge County
1978 November 16 Order for Anaconda Copper Smelter. In the Matter of the Petition of the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences for an Order adopting a Sulfur Oxides Control Strategy for the Anaconda Copper Smelter at Anaconda, Montana, and requiring the Anaconda Company to comply with the Control Strategy11/16/19781/10/198045 FR 2034
(3) Flathead County
Air Quality Permit #2667-M, Dated 1/24/92. Plum Creek Manufacturing, Inc1/24/19924/14/199459 FR 17700
Stipulation—A-1 Paving, In the Matter of Compliance of A-1 Paving, Kalispell, Montana9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153
Stipulation—Equity Supply Company, In the Matter of Compliance of Equity Supply Company9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153
Stipulation—Flathead Road Department #1, In the Matter of Compliance of Flathead Road Department, Kalispell, Montana9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153
Stipulation—Flathead Road Department #2, In the Matter of Compliance of Flathead Road Department, Kalispell, Montana9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153.
Stipulation—Klingler Lumber Company, In the Matter of Compliance of Klinger Lumber Company, Inc., Kalispell, Montana9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153
Stipulation—McElroy & Wilkens, In the Matter of Compliance of McElroy and Wilkens, Inc., Kalispell, Montana9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153
Stipulation—Montana Mokko, In the Matter of Compliance of Montana Mokko, Kalispell, Montana9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153
Stipulation—Pack and Company, In the Matter of Compliance of Pack and Company, Inc., Kalispell, Montana9/7/19933/19/199661 FR 11153
Stipulation—Pack Concrete, In the Matter of Compliance of Pack Concrete, Inc., Kalispell, Montana9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153
Stipulation—Plum Creek, In the Matter of Compliance of Plum Creek Manufacturing, L.P., Kalispell, Montana9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153
(4) Lewis and Clark County
Total Suspended Particulate NAAQS—East Helena, ASARCO Application for Revisions of Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation Plan—Only as it applies to Total Suspended Particulate4/24/19791/10/198045 FR 2034
Sulfur Dioxide NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Asarco Stipulation—1994 March 153/15/19941/27/199560 FR 5313
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Sulfur Dioxide NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Exhibit A—Asarco Emission Limitations and Conditions, Asarco Incorporated, East Helena, Montana3/15/19941/27/199560 FR 5313
Asarco Board Order—1994 March 18. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation Plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from the Lead Smelter Located at East Helena, Montana, owned and operated by Asarco Incorporated3/18/19941/27/199560 FR 5313
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, American Chemet Stipulation—1995 June 306/30/19956/18/200166 FR 32760
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, American Chemet Board Order—1995 August 48/4/19956/18/200166 FR 32760
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Exhibit A—American Chemet Emission Limitations and Conditions, American Chemet Corporation, East Helena, Montana8/4/19956/18/200166 FR 32760
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Asarco Stipulation—1996 June 116/11/19966/18/200166 FR 32760
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Asarco Board Order—1996 June 266/26/19966/18/200166 FR 32760
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Exhibit A—Asarco Emission Limitations and Conditions with attachments 1-7, Asarco Lead Smelter, East Helena, Montana6/26/19966/18/200166 FR 32760
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Asarco Stipulation—1998 August 138/28/19986/18/200166 FR 32760
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Asarco Board Order—1998 August 288/28/19986/18/200166 FR 32760
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Asarco Stipulation—2000 July 189/15/20006/18/200166 FR 32767
Lead NAAQS—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits, and Attachments, Asarco Board Order—2000 September 159/15/20006/18/200166 FR 32767
(5) Lincoln County
Board Order—1994 December 16 (Stimson Lumber). In the Matter of Compliance of Stimson Lumber Company, Libby, Montana12/16/19949/30/199661 FR 51014
Air Quality Permit #2627-M Dated 7/25/91. Stimson Lumber Company (formerly Champion International Corp)3/19/19938/30/199459 FR 44627
Stipulation—Stimson Lumber. In the Matter of Compliance of Stimson Lumber Company, Libby, Montana12/16/19949/30/199661 FR 51014
(6) Missoula County
Air Quality Permit #2303M, Dated 3/20/92. Louisiana-Pacific Corporation3/20/19921/18/199459 FR 2537
Air Quality Permit #2589M, Dated 1/23/92. Stone Container Corporation1/24/19921/18/199459 FR 2537
(7) Rosebud County
1980 October 22 Permit for Western Energy Company.10/22/19804/26/198550 FR 16475
(8) Silver Bow County
Air Quality Permit #1636-06 dated 8/22/96. Rhone-Poulenc Basic Chemicals Company8/22/199612/6/199964 FR 68034
Air Quality Permit #1749-05 dated 1/5/94. Montana Resources, Inc1/5/19943/22/199560 FR 15056
(9) Yellowstone County
Cenex June 12, 1998 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
Cenex June 12, 1998 Exhibit A (with 3/17/00 Revisions) Emission Limitations and Other Conditions3/17/20005/22/200368 FR 27908
Cenex March 17, 2000 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Environmental Quality for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation Plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area3/17/20005/22/200368 FR 27908
Conoco June 12, 1998 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
Conoco June 12, 1998 Exhibit A. Emission Limitations and Other Conditions6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
Exxon June 12, 1998 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation Plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
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Exxon June 12, 1998 Exhibit A (with 3/17/00 Revisions). Emission Limitations and Other Conditions3/17/20005/22/200368 FR 27908
Exxon March 17, 2000 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Environmental Quality for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation Plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area3/17/20005/22/200368 FR 27908
Montana Power June 12, 1998 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
Montana Power June 12, 1998 Exhibit A, Emission Limitations and Conditions6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
Montana Sulphur & Chemical Company June 12, 1998 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
Montana Sulphur & Chemical Company June 12, 1998 Exhibit A. Emission Limitations and Other Conditions6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
Western Sugar June 12, 1998 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168.
Western Sugar June 12, 1998 Exhibit A. Emission Limitations and Other Conditions6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
Yellowstone Energy Limited Partnership June 12, 1998 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Health and Environmental Sciences for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation Plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168
Yellowstone Energy Limited Partnership June 12, 1998 Exhibit A (with 3/17/00 revisions) Emission Limitations and Other Conditions3/17/20005/22/200368 FR 27908
Yellowstone Energy Limited Partnership March 17, 2000 Board Order and Stipulation. In the Matter of the Application of the Department of Environmental Quality for Revision of the Montana State Air Quality Control Implementation Plan Relating to Control of Sulfur Dioxide Emissions in the Billings/Laurel Area3/17/20005/22/200368 FR 27908

(e) EPA-approved nonregulatory provisions.

Title/SubjectState effective dateNotice of final rule dateNFR Citation
(1) Statewide
Emergency Episode Avoidance Plan6/23/20041/3/200671 FR 19.
Montana State Department of Health and Environmental Sciences, Air Quality Bureau, Sampling and Analytical Procedures,12/31/19711/16/198651 FR 2397.
Nonregulatory Provisions, 40 CFR 52.1394, 1997 Ozone Infrastructure Certification12/22/20097/22/201176 FR 43918.
Nonregulatory Provisions, Interstate Transport, Rule Declaration Satisfying the Requirements of 110(a)(D)(2)(i) of the CAA for 1997 8-hr Ozone and PM2.5 Standards2/12/20072/26/200873 FR 10150.
Infrastructure Requirements for the 1997 and 2006 PM2.5 National Ambient Air Quality StandardsN/A7/30/201378 FR 45864.
Interstate Transport of Pollution for the 2006 PM2.5 NAAQSN/A7/30/201378 FR 45869.
(2) Cascade County
Board Order—2000 October 16, Approval of Amendment for Cascade County's Air Pollution Control Program10/16/20006/12/200166 FR 31548.
Great Falls Carbon Monoxide (CO)—Maintenance Plan, State of Montana Air Quality Control Implementation Plan, Cascade County Carbon Monoxide Limited Maintenance Plan, Chapter 7, Great Falls Carbon Monoxide (CO) Limited Maintenance Plan12/19/20005/9/200267 FR 31143.
(3) Flathead County
Board Order—1991 November 15. In the Matter of the Application of the Cities of Columbia Falls and Kalispell and the County of Flathead for Approval of a Local Air Pollution Control Program11/15/19914/14/199459 FR 17700.
Board Order—1993 September 17. In the Matter of Compliance of Named Stationary Sources9/17/19933/19/199661 FR 11153.
Board Order—1994 May 20. In the Matter of the Application of the Cities of Columbia Falls and Kalispell and the County of Flathead for Approval of a Local Air Pollution Control Program5/20/19943/19/199661 FR 11153.
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Kalispell Particulate Matter (PM-10) Attainment Plan, PM-10 SIP Commitment, Commitment Letter3/19/199661 FR 11153.
Particulate Matter (PM-10)—Plan Summary, Columbia Falls Particulate Matter (PM-10) Attainment Plan
Particulate Matter (PM-10)—Plan Summary, Plan Summary, Kalispell Particulate Matter (PM-10) Attainment Plan
Resolution 867, Adopting Flathead County Air Pollution Control Program11/15/19914/14/199459 FR 17700.
Resolution 867B, Adopting Flathead County Air Pollution Control Program10/3/19913/19/199661 FR 11153.
Stipulation—1991 November 15, In the Matter of the Application of the Cities of Columbia Falls and Kalispell and the County of Flathead for Approval of Local Air Pollution Control Program11/15/19914/14/199459 FR 17700.
(4) Lewis and Clark County
Lead NAAQS—Plan Summary, Plan Summary, East Helena Lead Attainment Plan
Sulfur Dioxide NAAQS—Plan Summary, Plan Summary, East Helena Sulfur Dioxide (SO2) Attainment Plan
Total Suspended Particulate NAAQS—East Helena, East Helena Section of Chapter 5 of SIP, 4-6-791/10/198045 FR 2034.
(5) Lincoln County
Board Orders, Board Order—1991 November 15, In the Matter of the Application of the City of Libby and County of Lincoln for Approval of its Local Air Pollution Control Program11/15/19918/30/199459 FR 44627.
Board Orders, Board Order—1993 March 19, In the Matter of the Application of the City of Libby and County of Lincoln for Approval of Amendments to their Local Air Pollution Control Program3/19/19938/30/199459 FR 44627.
Board Orders, Board Order—1994 December 16, In the Matter of the Application of the City of Libby and County of Lincoln for Approval of Amendments to the Local Air Pollution Control Program12/16/19949/30/199661 FR 51014.
Board Orders, Board Order—1996 February 1, In the Matter of the Application of the City of Libby and County of Lincoln for Approval of Amendments to the Local Air Pollution Control Program2/1/19969/30/199661 FR 51014.
Board Orders, Board Order; March 23, 2006, In the Matter of the Application of Lincoln County for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program3/23/20063/17/201176 FR 14584.
Particulate Matter (PM-10)—Plan Summary, Plan Summary, Libby Particulate Matter (PM-10) Attainment Plan3/17/201176 FR 14584.
Resolution, 2763/19/19938/30/199459 FR 44627.
Resolution, 3779/27/19959/30/199661 FR 51014.
Resolution, 7253/23/20063/17/201176 FR 14584.
State of Montana Air Quality Control Implementation Plan, Lincoln County Air Quality Control Program, Chapter 27, Libby PM-10 SIP Commitments, 27.10.18,12/21/19928/30/199459 FR 44627.
Stipulation—1991 October 7, In the Matter of the Application of the City of Libby and County of Lincoln for Approval of its Local Air Pollution Control Program11/15/19918/30/199459 FR 44627.
Stipulation—1993 March 18, In the Matter of the Application of the City of Libby and County of Lincoln for Approval of Amendments to their Local Air Pollution Control Program3/19/19938/30/199459 FR 44627.
(6) Missoula County
Board Order—1991 June 28, In the matter of the Application of the City of Missoula and the County of Missoula for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program1/24/19921/18/199459 FR 2537.
Board Orders, Board Order—1992 March 20, In the matter of the Application of the City of Missoula and the County of Missoula for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program3/20/19921/18/199459 FR 2537.
Board Order—1992 September 25, In the matter of the Application of the City of Missoula and the County of Missoula for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program relating to the adoption of a Carbon Monoxide Control Plan9/25/199211/8/199459 FR 55585.
Board Order—1993 November 19, In the matter of the Application of the City of Missoula and the County of Missoula for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program11/19/199312/13/199459 FR 64139.
Board Order—1994 September 16, In the matter of the Application of the City of Missoula and the County of Missoula for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program9/16/19948/30/199560 FR 45051.
Board Order—1997 October 31, In the matter of the Application of the City of Missoula and the County of Missoula for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program10/31/19971/3/200065 FR 16.
Board Order—2000 November 30, In the matter of the Application of the City of Missoula and the County of Missoula for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program11/17/200011/15/200166 FR 57391.
Missoula Carbon Monoxide (CO) Maintenance Plan, State of Montana Air Quality Control Implementation Plan, Chapter 32, The Missoula County Carbon Monoxide Redesignation Request and Maintenance Plan3/7/20058/17/200772 FR 46158.
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Particulate Matter (PM-10)—Plan Summary, Plan Summary, Missoula Particulate Matter (PM-10)—Attainment Plan Summary
Stipulations, Stipulation—1991 April 29, In the matter of the Application of the City of Missoula and the County of Missoula for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program1/24/19921/18/199459 FR 2537.
(7) Sanders County
Board Order, Board Order—1997 June 20, In the Matter of the Application of The Department of Environmental Quality for Inclusion of a Control Plan for PM-10 Emissions in The Thompson Falls Area Into the Montana State Implementation Plan6/20/19971/22/200469 FR 3011.
Maintenance Agreement, Maintenance Agreement—1997 May, Maintenance Agreement Between The City of Thompson Falls, Department of Transportation, and Department of Environmental Quality for Street Sweeping Responsibilities6/20/19971/22/200469 FR 3011.
Particulate Matter (PM-10)—Plan Summary, Plan Summary, Thompson Falls Particulate Matter (PM-10) Control Plan
(8) Silver Bow County
Board Order—1991 November 15, In the Matter of the Application of Butte-Silver Bow Council of Commissioners for Approval of its Local Air Pollution Control Program11/15/19913/11/199459 FR 11550.
Board Order—1994 May 20, In the Matter of the Application of Butte-Silver Bow Council of Commissioners for Approval of Amendments to its Local Air Pollution Control Program5/20/19943/22/199560 FR 15056.
Ordinance 330, Establishing Residential Wood Burning and Idling Diesel Vehicle and Locomotive Requirements11/15/19913/11/199459 FR 11550.
Ordinance 468, Contingency Measure Requirements for Liquid De-icers5/20/19943/22/199560 FR 15056.
Particulate Matter (PM-10)—Plan Summary, Plan Summary, Butte Particulate Matter (PM-10) Attainment Plan
Resolutions, Resolution 1307, Establishing Sanding and Chip Seal Material Standards and Street Sweeping and Flushing Policies3/6/19913/11/199459 FR 11550.
State of Montana Air Quality Control Implementation Plan, Butte/Silver Bow Air Quality Control Program, Chapter 47, Butte PM-10 SIP Commitments, 47.10.187/9/19923/11/199459 FR 11550.
Stipulation—1991 October 7, In the matter of compliance of the City and County of Butte-Silver Bow and the Montana Department of Transportation11/15/19913/11/199459 FR 11550.
Stipulation—1991 October 8, In the matter of the Application of Butte-Silver Bow Council of Commissioners for Approval of its Local Air Pollution Control Program3/20/19923/11/199459 FR 11550.
(9) Yellowstone County
Billings Carbon Monoxide (CO)—Plan Summary, Plan Summary, Billings Carbon Monoxide (CO) Maintenance Plan
Billings Carbon Monoxide (CO)—Maintenance Plan, State of Montana Air Quality Control Implementation Plan, Yellowstone County Air Pollution Control Program, Chapter 56, Billings Carbon Monoxide (CO) Limited Maintenance Plan12/19/20002/21/200267 FR 7966.
Board Order, Board Order—1999 September 24, Approval of Amendments to Yellowstone County's Air Pollution Control Program9/24/19998/13/200166 FR 42427.
Sulfur Dioxide—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits and Attachments, 1977 December 1—Stipulation, In the matter of the Proposed Revision of the State Implementation Plan for the Billings Air Quality Maintenance Area1/25/19789/6/197944 FR 51977.
Sulfur Dioxide—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits and Attachments, 1978 January 25—Board Order, In the matter of the Proposed Revision of the Montana State Implementation Plan for the Billings Air Quality Maintenance Area1/25/19789/6/197944 FR 51977.
Sulfur Dioxide—Board Orders, Stipulations, Exhibits and Attachments, Montana Power June 12, 1998 Exhibit A, Emission Limitations and Other Conditions6/12/19985/2/200267 FR 22168.
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