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Pollutant Particulate Sulfur | Nitrogen Carbon T Photochemical matter oxides dioxide monoxidej oxidants
San Diego Intrastate
I $ 52.222 Extensions.
California's plan for the attainment and (a) The Administrator hereby extends mamtenance of the national standards. for 18 months the statutory timetable § 52.224 General requirements. for submittal of the plan for attain
(a) The requirements of $ 51.10(e) of ment and maintenance of the secondary
this chapter are not met except in the standards for particulate matter in the
Ventura County Air Pollution Control Metropolitan Los Angeles Intrastate
District portion of the Metropolitan Los Region.
Angeles Intrastate Region since the plan (b) (Reserved]
does not provide procedures by which [37 FR 10850, May 31, 1972, as amended at
emission data, as correlated with ap38 FR 7325, Mar. 20, 1973)
plicable emission limitations, will be $ 52.223 Approval status.
made available to the public. with the exceptions set forth in this (b) Regulation for public availability subpart, the Administrator approves of emission data.-(1) The owner or operator of any stationary source in the the national standards for particulate Mendocino County and Lake County Air matter in the San Joaquin Valley IntraPollution Control District portions of the state Region... North Coast Intrastate Region (81.161 (b) [Reserved] of this chapter) shall, upon notification [37 FR 10850, May 31, 1972, as amended at from the Administrator maintain records 37 FR 19813, Sept. 22, 1972] . of the nature and amounts of emissions are
$ 52.227 Control strategy and regulafrom such source and/or any other information as may be deemed necessary
tions: Particulate matter, Metropoli
tan Los Angeles Intrastate Region. by the Administrator to determine whether such source is in compliance . (a) The requirements of $ 51.13 of this with applicable emission limitations or chapter are not met since the plan does other control measures.
; not provide for attainment and mainte(2) The information recorded shall be • nance of the secondary standards for summarized and reported to the Admin particulate matter in the Metropolitan istrator, on forms furnished by the Los Angeles Intrastate Region. , Administrator, and shall be submitted . (b) The following regulations are diswithin 45 days after the end of the re- approved since they are not part of the porting period. Reporting periods are approved control strategy and do not January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to De- . provide for the degree of control needed cember 31, except that the initial report- for the attainment and maintenance of ing period shall commence on the date the primary standards for particulate the Administrator issues notification of matter in the Metropolitan Los Angeles recordkeeping requirements.
Intrastate Region. (3) Information recorded by the owner (1) Los Angeles County Air Pollution or operator and copies of the summariz- Control District: ing reports submitted to the Adminis (i) Regulation IV, Rule 68.1. trator shall be retained by the owner or (2) Riverside : County Air Pollution operator for 2 years after the date on Control District: which the pertinent report is submitted. (í) Regulation IV, Rule 54 for process
(4) Emission data obtained from own- sources with a process weight rate in ers or operators of stationary sources excess of 62,000 lbs. per hour. Rule 54 is pursuant to this paragraph and approved for process sources with a proc$ 52.234(d) will be correlated with ap ess weight of 62,000 lbs. per hour or less. plicable emission limitations and other (37 FR 10850, May 31, 1972, as amended at control measures. The Administrator will 37 FR 19813, Sept. 22, 1972) designate one or more places in Cali
$ 52.228 Regulations: Particulate mat. fornia where such emission data and cor
ter, Southeast Desert Intrastate relations will be available for public
Region. inspection. (37 FR. 19812, Sept. 22, 1972, as amended
(a) The following regulations are disat 38 FR 12706, May 14, 1973)
approved since they are not part of the
approved control strategy and do not $ 52.225 Legal authority.
provide for the degree of control needed (a) The requirements of $ 51.11(a) (3) for the attainment and maintenance of of this chapter are not met since the the national standards for particulate State Emergency Services Act does not matter in the Southeast Desert Intraapply to air pollution emergencies in a state Region. manner comparable to section 303 of the (1) Imperial County Air Pollution Clean Air Act, as amended.
Control District: (b) The requirements of $ 51.11(a) (6)
(i) Rule 114A. of this chapter are not met since au
(ii) Rule 116B. thority to make emission data available
(2) Los Angeles County Air Pollution to the public inadequate. Such release is
Control District: precluded under certain circumstances.
(i) Regulation IV, Rule 68.1. $ 52.226 Control strategy and regula (3) Riverside County Air Pollution
tions: Particulate matter, San Joa- Control District:
(i) Regulation IV, Rule 54 for process (a) The requirements of $ 51.13 are sources with a process weight rate in not met since the plan does not provide excess of 160,000 lbs. per hour. Rule 54 for the attainment and maintenance of is approved for process sources with a
process weight of 160,000 lbs. per hour or Pollution Control Districts (APCD) do less.
not provide the means to prevent con(37 FR 10850, May 31, 1972, as amended at struction of sources which would violate 37 FR 19813, Sept. 22, 1972)
applicable portions of the control strat8 52.229 Control strategy and regula
egy or would interfere with attainment
or maintenance of a national standard. tions: Photochemical oxidants (hy.
(1) Metropolitan Los Angeles Intradrocarbons), Metropolitan Los Angeles Intrastate Region.
(i) Santa Barbara County APCD. (a) The requirements of $ 51.14 of this
(2) South Central Coast Intrastate: chapter are not met since the plan does
(i) Santa Barbara County APCD. not provide for the attainment and
(3) San Joaquin Valley Intrastate: maintenance of the national standard
(i) Mariposa County APCD. for photochemical oxidants (hydrocar
(d) The requirements of $ 51.18(c) of bons) in the Metropolitan Los Angeles this chapter are not met in the indicated Intrastate Region.
portions of the following Regions since (b) [Reserved)
the regulations of the Air Pollution Con[37 FR 10850, May 31, 1972, as amended at
trol Districts (APCD) do not include a 37 FR 19813, Sept. 22, 1972)
means to prevent construction or modi$ 52.230 Control strategy: Nitrogen di. fication if such construction or modifica
oxide, Metropolitan Los Angeles In tion would interfere with the attainment tastate Region.
and maintenance of a national standard. (a) The requirements of $ 51.14(c) (3)
(1) Great Basin Valley Intrastate: of this chapter are not met since the
(i) Mono County APCD. plan does not provide for the degree of
(ii) Invo County APCD. nitrogen oxides emission reduction at
(iii) Alpine County APCD. tainable through application of reason
(2) Metropolitan Los Angeles Intraably available control technology in the
state: Metropolitan Los Angeles Intrastate Re
(i) Los Angeles County APCD. gion. Therefore, Rule 68.b of the Orange
(ii) Orange County APCD. County Air Pollution Control District is
(iii) Riverside County APCD. disapproved.
(iv) San Bernardino County APCD. (37 FR 10850, May 31, 1972, as amended at
(3) North Centra: Coast Intrastate: 37 FR 19813, Sept. 22, 1972)
(i) Monterey-Santa Cruz Unified
APCD $ 52.231 Prevention of air pollution (ii) San Benito County APCD. emergency épisodes.
(4) North Coast Intrastate: (a) The requirements of $ 51.16 of this (i) Humbolt County APCD. chapter are not met since the plan pro
(ii) Mendocino County APCD. vides no means of taking necessary emis
(iii) Siskiyou County APCD. sion control actions, specifies no episode
(iv) Lake County APCD. criteria, nor delineates any of the pro
(5) Northeast Plateau Intrastate: cedures to be implemented during an
(i) Lassen County APCD. emergency episode.
(ii) Siskiyou County APCD.
(iii) Modoc County APCD. $ 52.232 (Removed]
(iv) Shasta County APCD. 3 52.233 Review of new sources and (6) Sacramento Valley Intrastate: modifications..
(i) El Dorado County APCD. (a) [Reserved)
(ii) Nevada County APCD. (b) The requirements of $ 51.18 of this (iii) Placer County APCD. chapter are not met since the regula (iv) Plumas County APCD. tions of the Sacramento County Air Pol (v) Sierra County APCD. lution Control District in the Sacra (vi) Yolo-Solano Unified APCD. mento Valley Intrastate Region do not (vii) Shasta County APCD. provide procedures for the review of new (viii) Glenn County APCD. sources and modifications.
(ix) Sutter County APCD. (c) The requirements of $ 51.18 (a) (7) San Diego Intrastate: and (c) of this chapter are not met in (i) San Diego County APCD. the indicated portions of the following (8) Southeast Desert Intrastate: regions since the regulations of the Air (i) Los Angeles County APCD.
(ii) Riverside County APCD.
(2) No owner or operator shall com(iii) San Bernardino County APCD. mence construction or modification of a (iv) San Diego County APCD.
stationary source after the effective date (v) Kern County APCD.
of this regulation without first obtaining (9) San Francisco Bay Area Intra approval from the Administrator of the state:
location and design of such source. (i) Yolo-Solano Unified APCD.
(i) Application for approval to con(ii) Sonoma County APCD.
struct or modify shall be made on forms (10) San Joaquin Valley Intrastate: furnished by the Administrator, or by (i) San Joaquin County APCD.
other means prescribed by the Adminis(ii) Stanislaus County APCD.
trator. (lii) Merced County APCD.
(ii) A separate application is required (iv) Tulare County APCD.
for each source. (v) Tuolumme County APCD.
(iii) Each application shall be signed (vi) Kings County APCD.
by the applicant. (vii) Fresno County APCD.
(iv) Each application shall be accom(viii) Madera County APCD.
panied by site information, plans, de(ix) Kern County APCD.
scriptions, specifications, and drawings (x) Calaveras County APCD.
showing the design of the source, the (xi) Amador County APCD.
nature and amount of emissions, and (e) The requirements of $$ 51.18 and the manner in which it will be operated 51.22 of this chapter are not met since and controlled. the regulations for review of new sources (v) Any additional information, plans, and modifications submitted in the plan specifications, evidence, or documentafor the Ventura County Air Pollution tion that the Administrator may require Control District in the Metropolitan Los shall be furnished upon request. Angeles Intrastate Region are proposed (3) No approval to construct or modify and are not legally enforceable.
will be granted unless the applicant (f) Regulation for review of new shows to the satisfaction of the Adsources and modifications.-(1) The re ministrator that: quirements of this paragraph are appli (i) The source will be operated withcable to:
out causing a violation of any local, State, (i) Any stationary source in the speci or Federal regulations which are part of fied portions of the regions listed below, the applicable plan. the construction or modification of which (ii) The source will not prevent or inis commenced after the effective date of terfere with attainment or maintenance this regulation:
of any national standard. (a) Metropolitan Los Angeles Intra (4) The Administrator will act within state ($ 81.17 of this chapter):
60 days on an application and will notify (1) Ventura County Air Pollution Con
the applicant in writing of his approval, trol District.
conditional approval, or denial of the ap(ii) Santa Barbara County Air Pol
plication. The Administrator will set lution Control District. (6) Sacramento
forth his reasons for any denial. Valley Intrastate (8 81.163 of this chapter):
(5) The Administrator may impose (i) Sacramento County Air Pollution
any reasonable conditions upon an apControl District.
proval, including conditions requiring (c) San Joaquin Valley Intrastate
the source to be provided with: ($ 81.167 of this chapter):
(1) Sampling ports of a size, number, (i) Mariposa County Air Pollution and location as the Administrator may Control District.
require, (d) South Central Coast Intrastate
(ii) Safe access to each port, ($ 81.166 of this chapter):
(iii) Instrumentation to monitor and (i) Santa Barbara County Air Pollu- record emission data, and tion Control District.
(iv) Any other sampling and testing (ii) Any stationary source subject to facilities. the requirements of $$ 52.226(c), 52.227
(6) The Administrator may cancel an (c), 52.228(b), or 52.230(b), the construc- approval if the construction is not begun tion or modification of which is com- within 2 years from the date of issuance, menced after the effective date of this or if during the construction, work is susregulation.
pended for 1 year.
(7) Any owner or operator subject to the provisions of this regulation shall furnish the Administrator written notifcation as follows:
(1) A notification of the anticipated date or initial startup of the source not more than 60 days or less than 30 days prior to such date.
(ii) A notification of the actual date of initial startup of the source within 15 days after such date.
(8) Within 60 days after achieving the maximum production rate at which the source will be operated but not later than 180 days after initial startup of such source the owner or operator of such source shall conduct a performance test(s) in accordance with methods and under operating conditions approved by the Administrator and furnish the Administrator a written report of the results of such performance test.
(1) Such test shall be at the expense of the owner or operator.
(i) The Administrator may monitor such test and may also conduct performance tests.
(iii) The owner or operator of a source shall provide the Administrator 15 days prior notice of the performance test to afford the Administrator the opportunity to have an observer present.
(iv) The Administrator may waive the requirement for performance tests if the owner or operator of a source has demonstrated by other means to the Administrator's satisfaction that the source is being operated in compliance with all local, State and Federal regulations which are part of the applicable plan.
(9) Approval to construct or modify shall not be required for:
(i) The installation or alteration of an air pollutant detector, air pollutants recorder, combustion controller, or combustion shutoff.
(ii) Air-conditioning or ventilating systems not designed to remove air pollutants generated by or released from equipment.
(iii) Fuel burning equipment, other than smokehouse generators which has a heat input of not more than 250 MBtu/h (62.5 billion g-cal/h) and burns only gaseous fuel containing not more than 0.5 grain HS per 100 stdfts (5.7 g/100 stdm); has a heat input of not more than 1 MBtu/h (250 Mg-cal/h) and burns only distillate oil; or has a heat input of not more than 350,000 Btu/h (88.2 Mg-cal/h) and burns any other fuel.
(iv) Mobile internal combustion engines.
(V) Laboratory equipment used exclusively for chemical or physical analyses.
(vi) Other sources of minor significance specified by the Administrator.
(10) Approval to construct or modify shall not relieve any person of the responsibility to comply with any local, State, or Federal regulation which is part of the applicable plan.
(g) Regulation for review of new sources and modifications.—(1) The requirements of this paragraph are applicable to any stationary source in the specified portions of the regions listed below, the construction or modification of which is commenced after the effective date of this regulation.
(i) Great Basin Valley Intrastate (§ 81.159 of this chapter):
(a) Alpine County Air Pollution Control District.
(6) Inyo County Air Pollution Control District.
(c) Mono County Air Pollution Control District.
(ii) Metropolitan Los Angeles Intrastate (8 81.17 of this chapter):
(a) Los Angeles County Air Pollution Control District.
(b) Orange County Air Pollution Control District.
(c) Riverside County Air Pollution Control District.
(d) San Bernardino County Air Pollution Control District.
(iii) North Central Coast Intrastate (8 81.160 of this chapter):
(a) Monterey-Santa Cruz Unified Air Pollution Control District.
(6) San Benito County Air Pollution Control District.
(iv) North Coast Intrastate ($ 81.161 of this chapter) :
(a) Humboldt County Air Pollution Control District.
(b) Mendocino County Air Pollution Control District.
(c) Siskiyou County Air Pollution Control District.
(v) Northeast Plateau Intrastate ($ 81.162 of this chapter):
(a) Lassen County Air Pollution Control District.
(6) Siskiyou County Air Pollution Control District.
(c) Modoc County Air Pollution Control District.
(d) Shasta County Air Pollution Control District.