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Approval of Air Quality Implementation Plans; New Jersey, 2011 Periodic Emission Inventory SIP for the Ozone Nonattainment and PM2.5

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AGENCY:

Environmental Protection Agency.

ACTION:

Proposed rule.

SUMMARY:

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) is proposing to approve a State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision submitted by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection. The SIP revision consists of the following: 2011 calendar year ozone precursor emission inventories for volatile organic compounds, oxides of nitrogen and carbon monoxide for the Northern New Jersey-New York-Connecticut area classified as Moderate ozone nonattainment for the 2008 8-hour ozone standard, and Southern New Jersey-Philadelphia ozone nonattainment area classified as Marginal ozone nonattainment for the 2008 8-hour ozone standard. In addition, the SIP revision also consists of the 2011 calendar year statewide periodic emissions inventory for particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to 2.5 microns (PM2.5) and the associated PM2.5 and/or Regional Haze precursors. The pollutants included in this inventory include volatile organic compounds, oxides of nitrogen, PM2.5, particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to 10 microns, ammonia and sulfur dioxide. Start Printed Page 17167Emission inventories are needed to develop and assess new control strategies that the states may use in attainment demonstration SIPs for the new National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ozone and PM2.5. The inventory may also serve as part of statewide inventories for purposes of regional modeling in ozone and Regional Haze transport areas. The inventory plays an important role in modeling demonstrations for areas classified as nonattainment for ozone, carbon monoxide and PM2.5.

DATES:

Comments must be received on or before May 10, 2017.

ADDRESSES:

Submit your comments, identified by Docket ID Number EPA-R02-OAR-2017-0044, at http://www.regulations.gov. Follow the on-line instructions for submitting comments. Once submitted, comments cannot be edited or removed from Regulations.gov. The EPA may publish any comment received to its public docket. Do not submit electronically any information you consider to be Confidential Business Information (CBI) or other information whose disclosure is restricted by statute. Multimedia submissions (audio, video, etc.) must be accompanied by a written comment. The written comment is considered the official comment and should include discussion of all points you wish to make. The EPA will generally not consider comments or comment contents located outside of the primary submission (i.e., on the web, cloud, or other file sharing system). For additional submission methods, the full EPA public comment policy, information about CBI or multimedia submissions, and general guidance on making effective comments, please visit http://www2.epa.gov/​dockets/​commenting-epa-dockets.

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FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

Raymond Forde forde.raymond@epa.gov for general, point and nonpoint or area source inventory questions, and Matthew Laurita laurita.matthew@epa.gov for mobile source inventory related questions at the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Air Programs Branch, 290 Broadway, 25th Floor, New York, NY 10007-1866, telephone number (212) 637-4249, fax number (212) 637-3901.

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SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

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

Table of Contents

I. Background—What is the Periodic Emissions Inventory?

II. What are the criteria for approving the Periodic Inventory?

III. What action is the EPA proposing to take?

IV. Statutory and Executive Order Reviews

I. Background—What is the Periodic Emissions Inventory?

Section 182(a)(3) and 172(c)(3) of the Clean Air Act requires the periodic submission of emissions inventories for the SIP planning process to address the pollutants for the ozone, particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to 2.5 microns (PM2.5) and carbon monoxide (CO) National Ambient Air Quality Standards. Identifying the calendar year gives certainty to states that require submission of the ozone, PM2.5 and CO emission inventories periodically. These requirements allow the EPA, based on the states' progress in reducing emissions, to periodically reassess its policies and air quality standards and revise them as necessary. Most important, the ozone, PM2.5 and CO inventories will be used to develop and assess new control strategies that the states may use in attainment demonstration SIPs for the new National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ozone and PM2.5. The inventory may also serve as part of statewide inventories for purposes of regional modeling in transport areas. The inventory plays an important role in modeling demonstrations for areas classified as nonattainment and outside transport regions. In addition, 40 CFR 51.308(d)(4)(v) of EPA's Regional Haze Rule (RHR) requires the establishment of a statewide emissions inventory of pollutants that are reasonably anticipated to cause or contribute to visibility impairment in any mandatory Class I area.

New Jersey has areas that are classified as nonattainment for the 2008 8-hour ozone standard. See 77 FR 30088 (May 21, 2012) for the Southern New Jersey-Philadelphia area classified as Marginal ozone nonattainment, and 81 FR 26697 (May 4, 2016) for the Northern New Jersey-New York-Connecticut area classified as Moderate ozone nonattainment. Therefore, an ozone emissions inventory is needed for these areas for air quality program planning purposes. For Regional Haze, New Jersey has a Class I area within its borders: Brigantine Wilderness Area (Brigantine). Emissions from New Jersey's sources were also found to impact visibility at several other Class I areas: Acadia National Park and the Moosehorn Wilderness Area in Maine, the Great Gulf Wilderness Area and Presidential Range/Dry River Wilderness Area in New Hampshire, and the Lye Brook Wilderness Area in Vermont. See 76 FR 49711 (August 11, 2011). Therefore, an emissions inventory is needed for the Regional Haze air quality planning program effort.

The pollutants inventoried by New Jersey include volatile organic compounds (VOC), oxides of nitrogen (NOX) and CO summertime daily and annual emissions for the ozone areas; and VOC, NOX, PM2.5, particulate matter with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to 10 microns (PM10), ammonia (NH3) and sulfur dioxide (SO2) annual emissions for the PM2.5 and/or Regional Haze areas. For the reasons stated above, ideally EPA would therefore emphasize the importance and benefits of developing a comprehensive, current, and accurate ozone and PM2.5/Regional Haze emissions inventory (similar to the 1990 base year inventory effort). In this case, the 2011 calendar year has been selected as the inventory that will be used for planning purposes for ozone and PM2.5/Regional Haze areas.

II. What are the criteria for approving the Periodic Inventory?

On June 11, 2015, New Jersey submitted the 2011 ozone emissions inventory for the Northern New Jersey-New York-Connecticut and Southern New Jersey-Philadelphia ozone nonattainment areas and the 2011 emissions inventory for the PM2.5/Regional Haze areas and requested that EPA approve the emissions inventory SIP revision. This section describes EPA's rationale for proposing to approve the emissions inventory SIP revision. A more detailed discussion of the EPA's review and proposed action is found in the technical support document (TSD) available in the Docket for this action, and by contacting the individuals in the For Further Information Contact section.

There are specific components of an acceptable emission inventory. The emission inventory must meet certain minimum requirements for reporting each source category. Specifically, the source requirements are detailed below.

The review process, which is described in the accompanying TSD, is used to determine that all components of the base year inventory are present. This review also evaluates the level of supporting documentation provided by the state, assesses whether the emissions were developed according to current EPA guidance, and evaluates the quality of the data.

The review process is outlined here and consists of eight elements that the inventory must include. For an emissions inventory to be acceptable, it Start Printed Page 17168must pass all of the following acceptance criteria:

1. Evidence that the inventory was quality assured by the state and its implementation documented;

2. The point source inventory was complete;

3. Point source emissions were prepared or calculated according to the current EPA guidance;

4. The area source inventory was complete;

5. The area source emissions were prepared or calculated according to the current EPA guidance;

6. Non-road mobile emissions were prepared according to the current EPA guidance for all of the source categories;

7. The method (e.g., Highway Performance Monitoring System or a network transportation planning model) used to develop vehicle miles travelled (VMT) estimates follows the EPA guidance; and,

8. On-road mobile emissions were prepared according to the current EPA guidance.

Based on the EPA's review, New Jersey satisfies all of the EPA's requirements for purposes of providing a comprehensive, accurate, and current inventory of actual emissions for the ozone nonattainment and PM2.5/Regional Haze areas. A summary of the EPA's review is given below:

1. The Quality Assurance (QA) plan was implemented for all portions of the inventory. The QA plan included a QA/Quality control (QC) program for assessing data completeness and standard range checking. Critical data elements relative to the inventory sources were assessed for completeness. QA checks were performed relative to data collection and analysis, and double counting of emissions from point, area and mobile sources. QA/QC checks were conducted to ensure accuracy of units, unit conversions, transposition of figures, and calculations. The inventory is well documented. New Jersey provided documentation detailing the methods used to develop emissions estimates for each category. In addition, New Jersey identified the sources of data used in developing the inventory;

2. The point source emissions are complete and in accordance with the EPA guidance;

3. The point source emissions were prepared/calculated in accordance with the EPA guidance;

4. The area source emissions are complete and in accordance with the EPA guidance;

5. Area source emissions were prepared/calculated in accordance with the EPA guidance;

6. Emission estimates for the non-road mobile source categories are correctly based on the latest non-road mobile model or other appropriate guidance and prepared in accordance with the EPA guidance;

7. The method used to develop VMT estimates is in accordance with the EPA guidance and was adequately described and documented in the inventory report; and,

8. The latest Motor Vehicle Emission Simulator (MOVES) model was used in accordance with the EPA's guidance.

New Jersey's 2011 ozone and PM2.5/Regional Haze emission inventories have been developed in accordance with EPA guidance. Therefore, EPA is proposing to approve the emission inventories. A more detailed discussion of how the emission inventory was reviewed and the results of the review are presented in the TSD. Detailed emission inventory development procedures can be found in the following document: Emission Inventory Guidance for Implementation of Ozone and Particulate Matter NAAQS and Regional Haze Regulation, dated August 2005; Using MOVES to Prepare Emission Inventories in State Implementation Plans and Transportation Conformity: Technical Guidance for MOVES2010, 2010a and 2010b, April 2012.

Tables A-H below show the 2011 VOC, NOX and CO summertime daily and annual emission inventories for the ozone nonattainment areas. Tables F, G and I-L, show the VOC, NOX, PM2.5, PM10, SO2, and NH3 annual emissions for the PM2.5/Regional Haze areas.

Table A—New Jersey Portion of the Northern New Jersey Ozone Nonattainment Area

CountyVOC tons per summer day
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Bergen1.4625.4511.1714.4152.49
Essex2.6521.956.486.4337.51
Hudson3.1115.873.823.9626.76
Hunterdon0.164.372.043.099.66
Middlesex16.8625.459.039.1960.53
Monmouth0.4319.337.799.637.15
Morris0.5815.946.229.0831.82
Passaic0.914.554.715.0725.23
Somerset0.9610.523.876.2121.56
Sussex0.144.521.934.0710.66
Union3.717.155.995.9632.8
Warren0.414.041.62.328.37
Total in Northern NAA Area31.36179.1464.6579.39354.54

Table B—New Jersey Portion of the Northern New Jersey Ozone Nonattainment Area

CountyNOX tons per summer day
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Bergen3.643.4827.4314.5449.09
Essex12.072.8115.7415.2845.9
Hudson16.982.078.414.2941.74
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Hunterdon6.230.4973.5217.24
Middlesex19.083.0323.9512.6558.71
Monmouth0.582.1514.6411.5428.91
Morris0.982.215.867.2726.31
Passaic0.271.629.554.8916.33
Somerset1.451.3610.85.8519.46
Sussex0.150.543.122.196
Union9.011.9116.0111.7738.7
Warren1.780.416.091.569.84
Total in Northern NAA Area72.2222.07158.59105.35358.23

Table C—New Jersey Portion of the Northern New Jersey Ozone Nonattainment Area

CountyVOC tons per summer day
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic0.169.123.738.0421.05
Burlington0.9214.326.527.4829.24
Camden0.7414.276.535.1226.66
Cape May0.263.711.510.415.87
Cumberland0.337.291.682.912.2
Gloucester4.2916.123.864.5428.81
Mercer0.5411.325.064.5421.46
Ocean0.3115.96.4614.2936.96
Salem0.783.091.131.846.84
Total in Southern NAA Area8.3395.1436.4759.15199.09

Table D—New Jersey Portion of the Northern New Jersey Ozone Nonattainment Area

CountyNOX tons per summer day
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic0.951.0514.25.9122.11
Burlington8.921.7917.788.7937.28
Camden1.531.7916.896.8427.05
Cape May13.770.375.665.8825.68
Cumberland4.570.575.074.414.61
Gloucester6.830.9310.577.2125.54
Mercer6.491.6414.25.6227.95
Ocean3.151.5911.418.6224.77
Salem10.360.255.891.6118.11
Total in Southern NAA Area56.579.98101.6754.88223.1

Table E—2011 New Jersey Statewide Emissions Inventory by County and Source Sector

CountyCO tons per year
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic0.921.9147.1647.8197.80
Bergen1.493.47128.03198.37331.36
Burlington2.676.8868.979.73158.18
Camden0.473.1764.6362.04130.31
Cape May1.140.6618.1545.1865.13
Cumberland2.251.4215.9720.1639.80
Essex12.052.9670.9984.87170.87
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Gloucester2.141.3441.1151.2695.85
Hudson6.642.2138.4641.1688.47
Hunterdon2.18122.0837.2762.53
Mercer1.222.252.9758.14114.53
Middlesex22.293.59108.77132.73267.38
Monmouth0.82.4583.9114.31201.46
Morris0.422.2872.86121.29196.85
Ocean2.483.9563.6888.62158.73
Passaic0.171.7452.3662.2116.47
Salem3.080.615.1611.7330.57
Somerset0.791.4642.2590.37134.87
Sussex0.40.8517.8528.747.80
Union2.852.0567.4381.39153.72
Warren0.741.0416.5519.4237.75
Total in State67.2047.231,109.261476.752,700.44

Table F—2011 New Jersey Statewide Emissions Inventory by County and Source Sector

CountyVOC tons per year
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic583,4371,2782,4727,245
Bergen3218,4084,5124,20917,450
Burlington2264,9952,3822,1749,777
Camden2185,1342,3491,4849,185
Cape May161,3975053,1425,060
Cumberland642,6276219284,240
Essex4837,3412,6861,98212,492
Gloucester1,0085,2611,4241,3089,001
Hudson7225,5041,5851,2449,055
Hunterdon311,4638548763,224
Mercer1264,3431,8771,2867,632
Middlesex1,8918,5393,7112,61716,758
Monmouth1176,4423,2412,79012,590
Morris1335,2572,5612,57010,521
Ocean685,5762,7084,50712,859
Passaic1134,7081,9521,4888,261
Salem1971,0364145652,212
Somerset2363,5331,5891,7017,059
Sussex481,5178351,1973,597
Union1,1435,6662,4501,72310,982
Warren1021,5416726732,988
Total in State7,32093,72640,20640,938182,190

Table G—2011 New Jersey Statewide Emissions Inventory by County and Source Sector

CountyNOX tons per year
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic1108073,9261,9096,752
Bergen7142,5709,8524,53917,675
Burlington2661,3095,9522,76510,292
Camden4331,4085,4632,2169,520
Cape May6002881,5001,9884,376
Cumberland7214371,4181,4604,036
Essex1,4702,1075,9345,13814,649
Gloucester1,7657323,6182,3648,479
Hudson1,0871,6053,1524,73110,575
Hunterdon1813662,6631,0264,236
Mercer6341,1944,6611,5938,082
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Middlesex1,6472,2179,0453,82616,735
Monmouth1511,6655,5703,58610,972
Morris1221,5566,0462,1609,884
Ocean2521,4134,4302,7788,873
Passaic481,2103,5661,5006,324
Salem1,5401821,9524764,150
Somerset1689694,1021,7216,960
Sussex393951,2036342,271
Union2,5321,4055,9843,97913,900
Warren3143222,3174433,396
Total in State14,79324,15792,35650,834182,140

Table H—2011 New Jersey Statewide Emissions Inventory by County and Source Sector

CountyCO tons per year
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic1794,49313,74013,55331,965
Bergen2784,86153,50053,631112,270
Burlington3566,73427,65321,63556,378
Camden1406,24323,92216,98147,286
Cape May611,6076,03913,25020,957
Cumberland2343,1986,7295,98916,150
Essex6304,61632,64725,00662,899
Gloucester5102,43616,48713,37732,810
Hudson3344,08318,60612,51335,536
Hunterdon501,2099,3679,52320,149
Mercer1835,37421,21115,09041,858
Middlesex1,7534,70745,77735,12087,357
Monmouth2394,35136,06530,21970,874
Morris843,19431,28931,67066,237
Ocean5347,50026,66726,04360,744
Passaic322,34321,62917,16941,173
Salem5547744,0013,3788,707
Somerset1041,97617,65022,59942,329
Sussex741,2167,7458,03817,073
Union5763,31827,59721,82753,318
Warren1502,1107,3625,36914,991
Total in State7,05576,341455,683401,977941,056

Table I—2011 New Jersey Statewide Emissions Inventory by County and Source Sector

CountyPM2.5 tons per year
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic13694144133984
Bergen1439924163621,913
Burlington391,1662301761,611
Camden419762111441,372
Cape May13930752154652
Cumberland2005425282876
Essex1858982312271,541
Gloucester3305421381421,152
Hudson1007651272391,231
Hunterdon163199887520
Mercer1028561891521,299
Middlesex4111,0103563052,082
Monmouth379721942711,474
Morris186412212091,089
Ocean451,2301552141,644
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Passaic2499143124768
Salem2191998036534
Somerset18428152160758
Sussex133004470427
Union6006882402361,764
Warren393988345565
Total in State2,71014,4203,5573,56724,254

Table J—2011 New Jersey Statewide Emissions Inventory by County and Source Sector

CountyPM10 tons per year
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic229291891401,280
Bergen1521,3286473812,508
Burlington781,5733521852,188
Camden5711,1113251522,159
Cape May15658669164975
Cumberland2261,05570861,437
Essex1911,1583392361,924
Gloucester3321,1092101491,801
Hudson1039651892501,507
Hunterdon16829137921,074
Mercer1131,0912911591,654
Middlesex4861,5855223212,913
Monmouth421,7633212862,412
Morris479353302211,533
Ocean502,0232602262,559
Passaic3633219130985
Salem2414369839814
Somerset407052261701,140
Sussex235997575772
Union6679263492482,191
Warren5373311147944
Total in State3,61122,0725,3283,75734,768

Table K—2011 New Jersey Statewide Emissions Inventory by County and Source Sector

CountySO2 tons per year
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic1072762961473
Bergen6750310350723
Burlington8731855143603
Camden4829950219616
Cape May1,2958910401,434
Cumberland348287931675
Essex248498573861,189
Gloucester742206333911,372
Hudson1,083300284351,846
Hunterdon3304216334
Mercer6242804310957
Middlesex2354068873802
Monmouth3133471264700
Morris45796277722
Ocean263745342495
Passaic13257375312
Salem1,2561061081,380
Somerset12189389248
Sussex11474143502
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Union123332545771,086
Warren52259163330
Total in State6,4156,6698792,83616,799

Table L—2011 New Jersey Statewide Emissions Inventory by County and Source Sector

CountyNH3 tons per year
Point sourcesArea sourcesOnroad sourcesNonroad sourcesTotal anthropogenic
Atlantic14194901.70299.70
Bergen3723802824.811,038.81
Burlington394711412.15653.15
Camden202461271.66394.66
Cape May375311.80110.80
Cumberland30404260.88460.88
Essex413221702.43535.43
Gloucester16324861.30427.30
Hudson26230802.10338.10
Hunterdon2417611.02481.02
Mercer102161081.92335.92
Middlesex1623702623.90797.90
Monmouth476162133.45879.45
Morris32301852.78420.78
Ocean412091553.29408.29
Passaic11821051.75289.75
Salem59644290.41732.41
Somerset22281111.99342.99
Sussex0321380.89359.89
Union1272261611.89515.89
Warren6694460.53746.53
Total in State1,0216,9972,50642.6610,569.65

III. What action is the EPA proposing to take?

The New Jersey emission inventory SIP revision will ensure that the requirements for emission inventory measures and reporting are adequately met. To comply with the emission inventory requirements, New Jersey submitted a complete inventory containing point, area, on-road, and non-road mobile source data, and accompanying documentation. EPA is proposing to approve the SIP revision submittal as meeting the essential reporting requirements for emissions inventories. EPA has also determined that the SIP revision meets the requirements for emission inventories in accordance with EPA guidance.

Therefore, EPA is proposing to approve a revision to the New Jersey SIP which pertains to the following: 2011 calendar year summer season daily and annual ozone precursor emissions emission inventories for VOC, NOX and CO for the Northern New Jersey-New York-Connecticut and the Southern New Jersey-Philadelphia ozone nonattainment areas. In addition, the EPA is proposing to approve the 2011 calendar year PM2.5/Regional Haze emissions inventory that was developed statewide for New Jersey. The pollutants included in the inventory are annual emissions for VOC, NOX, PM2.5, PM10, NH3 and SO2. Interested parties may participate in the Federal rulemaking procedure by submitting written comments to the EPA Region 2 Office by the method discussed in the ADDRESSES section of this action.

IV. Statutory and Executive Order Reviews

Under the Clean Air Act, the Administrator is required to approve a SIP submission that complies with the provisions of the Act and applicable Federal regulations. 42 U.S.C. 7410(k); 40 CFR 52.02(a). Thus, in reviewing SIP submissions, EPA's role is to approve state choices, provided that they meet the criteria of the Clean Air Act. Accordingly, this action merely approves state law as meeting Federal requirements and does not impose additional requirements beyond those imposed by state law. For that reason, this action:

  • Is not a “significant regulatory action” subject to review by the Office of Management and Budget under Executive Order 12866 (58 FR 51735, October 4, 1993);
  • Does not impose an information collection burden under the provisions of the Paperwork Reduction Act (44 U.S.C. 3501 et seq.);
  • Is certified as not having a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities under the Regulatory Flexibility Act (5 U.S.C. 601 et seq.);
  • Does not contain any unfunded mandate or significantly or uniquely affect small governments, as described in the Unfunded Mandates Reform Act of 1995 (Pub. L. 104-4);Start Printed Page 17174
  • Does not have Federalism implications as specified in Executive Order 13132 (64 FR 43255, August 10, 1999);
  • Is not an economically significant regulatory action based on health or safety risks subject to Executive Order 13045 (62 FR 19885, April 23, 1997);
  • Is not a significant regulatory action subject to Executive Order 13211 (66 FR 28355, May 22, 2001);
  • Is not subject to requirements of section 12(d) of the National Technology Transfer and Advancement Act of 1995 (15 U.S.C. 272 note) because application of those requirements would be inconsistent with the Clean Air Act; and
  • Does not provide the EPA with the discretionary authority to address, as appropriate, disproportionate human health or environmental effects, using practicable and legally permissible methods, under Executive Order 12898 (59 FR 7629, February 16, 1994).

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

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List of Subjects in 40 CFR Part 52

  • Environmental protection
  • Air pollution control
  • Carbon monoxide
  • Incorporation by reference
  • Intergovernmental relations
  • Nitrogen dioxide
  • Ozone
  • Particulate matter
  • Reporting and recordkeeping requirements
  • Sulfur oxides
  • Volatile organic compounds
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Authority: 42 U.S.C. 7401 et seq.

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Dated: March 16, 2017.

Catherine R. McCabe,

Acting Regional Administrator, Region 2.

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