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$ 52.2280 Transportation and land use the necessary adopted regulations and controls.

administrative policies needed to imple(a) To complete the requirements of

ment such strategies. $ $ 51.11(b) and 51.14 of this chapter, the

(38 FR 7329, Mar. 20, 1973, as amended at Governor of Texas must submit to the

38 FR 12921, May 17, 1973] Administrator:

8.52.2281 [Reserved] (1) No later than April 15, 1973, transportation and/or land use control strate

$ 52.2282 Public hearings. gies and a demonstration that said (a). The requirements of $ 51.4 of this strategies, along with Texas' presently chapter are not met because principal adopted stationary source emission limi portions of the revised plan were not tations for hydrocarbons and the Federal made available to the public for inspecMotor Vehicle Control Program, will at- tion and comment prior to the hearing. tain and maintain the national standard (38 FR 16568, June 22, 1973] for photochemical oxidants (hydrocar

Subpart TT-Utah bons) in the EI Paso-Las CrucesAlamogordo Interstate and Austin

SOURCE: 37 FR 10898, May 31, 1972, unless Waco, Corpus Christi-Victoria, Metro

otherwise noted. politan Houston-Galveston, Metropolitan $ 52.2320 identification of plan. Dallas-Fort Worth, and Metropolitan

(a) Title of plan: "Utah ImplementaSan Antonio Intrastate Regions by

tion Plan.” May 31, 1975. By such date (April 15, 1973), the State also must submit a de

(b) The plan was officially submitted tailed timetable for implementing the

on January 25, 1972.

(c) Supplementary information was legislative authority, regulations, and

submitted on May 8, 1972, and April 13, administrative policies required for

1973. carrying out the transportation and/or land use control strategies by May 31,

(37 FR 10898, May 31, 1972, as amended at

38 FR 12709, May 14, 1973; 38 FR 16568, 1975.

June 22, 1973) (2) No later than July 30, 1973, the legislative authority that is needed for

$ 52.2321 Classification of regions. carrying out such strategies.

The Utah plan was evaluated on the (3) No later than December 30, 1973, basis of the following classifications:

Pollutant Air quality

Particulate / Sulfur Nitrogen Carbon TPhotochemical control region I matter oxides dioxide monoxide oxidants

(hydrocarbons)

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ment and maintenance of the secondary standards for sulfur oxides in the Wasatch Front Intrastate Region.

(d) The Administrator hereby extends to March 15, 1976, the attainment date for the primary standards for sulfur oxides in the Utah portion of the Four Corners Interstate Region. 137 FR 15089, July 27, 1972, as amended at 38 FR 7329, Mar. 20, 1973; 38 FR 7567, Mar. 23, 1973; 38 FR 16568, June 22, 1973] $ 52.2323 Approval status.

With the exceptions set forth in this subpart, the Administrator approves Utah's plan for the attainment and maintenance of the national standards. $ 52.2324 General requirements.

(a) The requirements of g 51.10(e) of this chapter are not met since the plan does not provide procedures to make emission data, as correlated with applicable emission limitations, available to the public.

(b) Regulation for public availability of emission data.-(1) The owner or operator of any stationary source in the State of Utah shall, upon notification from the Administrator, maintain records of the nature and amounts of emissions from such source and/or any other information as may be deemed necessary by the Administrator to determine whether such source is in compliance with applicable emission limitations or other control measures.

(2) The information recorded shall be summarized and reported to the Administrator, on forms furnished by the Administrator, and shall be submitted within 45 days after the end of the reporting period. Reporting periods are January 1 to June 30 and July 1 to December 31, except that the initial reporting period shall commence on the date the Administrator issues notification of the recordkeeping requirements.

(3) Information recorded by the owner or operator and copies of the summarizing reports submitted to the Administrator shall be retained by the owner or operator for 2 years after the date on which the pertinent report is submitted.

(4) Emission data obtained from owners or operators of stationary sources will be correlated with applicable emission limitations and other control measures and will be available to the public during normal business hours at the regional office (region VIII), The Administrator

will designate one or more places in Utah where such emission data and correlations will be available for public inspection. (37 FR 10898, May 31, 1972, as amended at 38 FR 12709, May 14, 1973) $ 52.2325 Control strategy: Sulfur ox.

ides. (a) The requirements of $ 51.13 of this chapter are not met since the plan does not provide an adequate control strategy to assure the attainment and maintenance of the national standards for sulfur oxides in the Wasatch Front Intrastate Region,

(b) The requirements of $ 51.13 of this chapter are not met since the plan does not contain an adequate control strategy to provide for the maintenance of the national standards for sulfur oxides in the Utah portion of the Four Corners Interstate Region.

(c) Regulation for control of sulfur oxides emissions (fossil fuel-fired steam generators in the Four Corners Interstate Region). (1) This paragraph is applicable to the fossil fuel-fired steam generating equipment designated as Unit 2 at the Huntington Canyon powerplant in the Utah portion of the Four Corners Interstate Region (8 81.121 of this chapter).

(2) No owner or operator of the fossil fuel-fired steam generating equipment to which this paragraph is applicable shall discharge or cause the discharge of sulfur oxides into the atmosphere in excess of the amount prescribed by the following equations:

5.7 X 10'8 5.7X10S E- H or

o

n where: E=Allowable sulfur oxides emissions

(1b./106 B.t.u.). e=Allowable sulfur oxides emissions

(gm./10 gm.-cal.).
S=Sulfur content, in percent by weight,

of fuel being burned.
H=Heat content of fuel (B.t.u./lb.).
h=Heat content of fuel (gm.-cal./gm.).

(3) For the purposes of this paragraph:

(i) E shall not exceed 0.90 lb. SO2/10° B.t.u. (1.6 gm. SO/10o gm.-cal.).

(ii) If emissions are less than 0.16 lb. SO2/10' B.t.u. (0.29 gm. SO2/10o gm.-cal.), the requirements of paragraph (c) (2) of this section shall not apply.

(4) Compliance with this paragraph shall be in accordance with the provisions of $ 52.2327(b).

(5) The test methods and procedures used to determine compliance with this paragraph shall be those prescribed in $ 60.46 (c), (d), and (e) of this chapter. 137 FR 10898, May 31, 1972; 37 FR 16090, July 27, 1972, as amended at 38 FR 7567, Mar. 23, 1973) $ 52.2326 Control strategy: Nitrogen di.

oxide. (a) The requirements of $ 51.14(c) (3) of this chapter are not met since the plan does not provide for the degree of nitrogen oxides emission reduction attainable through the application of reasonably available control technology on stationary sources in the Wasatch Front Intrastate Region. $ 52.2327 Compliance schedules.

(a) The requirements of $ 51.15(a) (1) of this chapter are not met since the control strategy for sulfur oxides in the Wasatch Front Intrastate Region does not have a legally enforceable compliance schedule.

(b) Federal compliance schedule.(1) Except as provided in paragraph (b) (2) of this section, the owner or operator of any stationary source subject to & 52.2330(c) shall comply with such regulation on or before January 31, 1974. The owner or operator of the source subject to &$ 52.2325(c) or 52.2330 (b) of this chapter shall comply with such regulation at initial startup of such source unless a compliance schedule has been submitted pursuant to paragraph (b) (2) of this section.

(i) Any owner or operator in compliance with $ 52.2330(c) on the effective date of this regulation shall certify such compliance to the Administrator no later than 120 days following the effective date of this paragraph.

(ii) Any owner or operator who achieves compliance with $ 52.2325(c) or $ 52.2330 (b) or (c) after the effective date of this regulation shall certify such compliance to the Administrator within 5 days of the date compliance is achieved.

(2) Any owner or operator of a stationary source subject to paragraph (b) (1) of this section may, no later than 120 days following the effective date of this paragraph, submit to the Administrator for approval a proposed compliance schedule that demonstrates compliance with $ 52.2330 (b) or (c) as expeditiously as practicable but no later than July 31, 1975, or with 8 52.2325(c)

as expeditiously as practicable but no later than March 15, 1976.

(1) The compliance schedule shall provide for periodic increments of progress toward compliance. The dates for achievement of such increments shall be specified. Increments of progress shall include, but not be limited to: Submittal of the final control plan to the Administrator; letting of necessary contracts for construction or process change, or issuance of orders for the purchase of component parts to accomplish emission control or process modification; initiation of onsite construction or installation of emission control equipment or process modification, completion of onsite construction or installation of emission control equipment or process modification; and final compliance.

(ii) Any compliance schedule for any stationary source subject to $ 52.2325(c) which extends beyond July 31, 1975, shall apply any available interim measures of control designed to reduce the impact of emissions from such source on public health.

(3) Any owner or operator who submits a compliance schedule pursuant to this paragraph shall, within 5 days after the deadline for each increment of progress, certify to the Administrator whether or not the required increment of the approved compliance schedule has been met. 137 FR 10898, May 31, 1972, as amended at 38 FR 7557, Mar. 23, 1973; 38 FR 12710, May 14, 1973) $ 52.2328 [Reserved] $ 52.2329 Resources.

(a) The requirements of $ 51.20 of this chapter are not met because the transportation control plan does not contain à sufficient description of resources available to the State and local agencies and of additional resources needed to carry out the plan during the 5-year period following submittal. (38 FR 16568, June 22, 1973) 8 52.2330 Rules and regulations; Par

ticulate matter. (a) The requirements of : 51.22 of this chapter are not met since section 3.5 of the Utah Code of Air Conservation Regulations, pertaining to particulate emissions from stationary sources, is not legally enforceable and is therefore disapproved.

(b) Replacement for section 3.5 (Four Corners Interstate Region). (1) The owner or operator of the fossil fuel-fired steam generating equipment designated as Unit 2 at the Huntington Canyon powerplant in the Utah portion of the Four Corners Interstate Region ($ 81.121 of this chapter) shall not discharge or cause the discharge of particulate matter into the atmosphere in excess of 0.075 lbs. per 10% B.t.u. (0.135 g. per million cal.) heat input.

(2) Compliance with this paragraph (b) shall be in accordance with provision of $ 52.2327(b).

(3) The test methods and procedures used to determine compliance with this

agraph (b) shall be those prescribed for particulate matter in $ 60.46 of this chapter.

(c) Replacement for section 3.5 (Wasatch Front Instrastate Region), (1) Process sources-No owner or operator of any process source, except byproduct coke oyuns, in the Wasatch Front Intrastate Region ($ 81.52 of this chapter) shall discharge or cause the discharge of particulate matter into the atmosphere in excess of the hourly rate shown in the following table for the process weight rate identified for each source:

duced into any specific process. Liquid and gaseous fuels and combustion air will not be considered as part of the process weight. For a cyclical or batch operation, the process weight per hour will be derived by dividing the total process weight by the number of hours in one complete operation from the beginning of any given process to the completion thereof, excluding any time during which the equipment is idle. For a continuous operation, the process weight per hour will be derived by dividing the process weight for a given period of time by the number of hours in that period.

(2) Fuel burning sources: No owner or operator of any stationary source in the Wasatch Front Intrastate Region ($ 81.52 of this chapter) shall discharge or cause the discharge of particulate matter into the atmosphere from fuelburning equipment, with the exception of carbon monoxide waste heat bollers, in excess of the rate set forth in the following table:

Maximum allowable

emissions of particTotal rated capacity

ulate matter (100 Btu/h)

(Ib/10* Btu) 10 or less.----

0.60 100 ---1,000 -

-- 0.29 10,000 or more.

0. 20 The allowable emission rate for equipment having an intermediate total rated capacity between 10 MBtu and 10,000 MBtu/h may be determined by the formula:

A=0.87C-0,16 Where: A=The allowable emission rate in

1b/1066 Btu C=The total rated capacity in 10%

Btu/h (3) Incinerators: No person in the Wasatch Front Intrastate Region (3 81.52 of this chapter) shall discharge or cause the discharge of particulate matter into the atmosphere in excess of 0.16 lb (72.6 g) per 100 pounds (45.4 kg) of refuse charged, from any incinerator with a waste burning capacity equal to or in excess of 10,000 lb (4,500 kg) per hour.

(i) Emission tests shall be conducted at the maximum burning capacity of the incinerator.

(4) Byproduct coke ovens: No owner or operator of byproduct coke ovens in the Wasatch Front Intrastate Region (8 81.52 of this chapter) shall operate a

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(i) Interpolation of the data in the table for process weight rates up to 60,000 lb/h shall be accomplished by use of the equation:

E=4.10P0.67, for PS30 tons/h and interpolation and extrapolation of the data for process weight rates in excess of 60,000 lb/h shall be accomplished by use of the equation:

E=55.0P0.1140, for P>30 tons/h Where: E=Emissions in pounds per hour.

P=Process weight in tons per hour. (ii) Process weight is the total weight of all materials and solid fuels intro

battery of coke ovens during the pushing below. The methods referenced are conand charging operations in such a man tained in the appendix to part 60 of this ner as to cause, permit or allow the chapter. Equivalent methods and proceemissions of particulate matter of a shade dures may be used if approved by the or density equal to or darker than that Administrator. designated as No. 1 on the Ringlemann (i) For each sampling repetition, the Chart or 20-percent opacity, except that average concentration of particulate emisions of particulate matter of a shade matter shall be determined by using or density darker than that designated as method 5. Traversing during sampling by No. 1 on the Ringlemann Chart or 20 method 5 shall be according to method 1. percent opacity shall be allowed for a The minimum sampling time shall be 2 period or periods aggregating no more hours and the minimum sampling volthan 3 minutes in any consecutive 60 ume shall be 60 fts (1.70 m') corrected to minute period.

standard conditions on a dry basis. (i) No owner or operator of a coke (ii) The volumetric flow rate of the oven identified in paragraph (c) (4) of total effluent shall be determined by using this section shall discharge or cause the method 2. Gas analysis shall be perdischarge into the atmosphere of any formed using the integrated sample visible emissions from any opening on the technique of method 3, and moisture top side of a battery of coke ovens, except content shall be determined by the confor periods when a battery of coke ovens denser technique of method 4. is being charged, except that emissions of (iii) All tests shall be conducted while particulate matter of a shade or density the source is operating at the maximum not darker than that designated as No. 2 production or combustion rate at which on the Ringelmann Chart or 40-percent such source will be operated. During the opacity shall be allowed for a period or tests, the source shall burn fuels or comperiods aggregating no more than 3

binations of fuels, use raw materials, and minutes in any consecutive 60-minute maintain process conditions representaperiod.

tive of normal operation, and shall op(ii) No owner or operator of a coke erate under such other relevant condioven identified in paragraph (c) (4) of

tions as the Administrator shall spethis section shall discharge or cause the

cify. discharge into the atmosphere of any (6) The test methods and procedures visible emissions, except nonsmoking used to determine compliance with parafiame, from more than 10 percent of the

graph (c) (2) of this section shall be coke ovens in any battery at any time

those prescribed for particulate matter except as provided in paragraph in $ 60.46 of this chapter. (c) (4) (i) of this section.

(7) The test methods and procedures (iii) The owner or operator of coke

used to determine compliance with paraOvens identified in paragraph (c)(4) of

graph (c)(3) of this section shall be those this section shall maintain equipment in

in $ 60.54 of this chapter. good condition. Self-sealing coke oven

(8) The procedures used to determine doors found to be discharging visible

compliance with this paragraph are preemission into the atmosphere 30 minutes

scribed in method 9 in the appendix to or more after an oven is charged shall be

part 60 of this chapter. adjusted, repaired, or replaced prior to

(9) Compliance with this paragraph the next coking cycle. Luted doors found

shall be in accordance with $ 52.2327(b). to be discharging visible emissions into

187 FR 10898, May 31, 1972, as amended at the atmosphere shall be reluted imme

38 FR 7558, Mar. 23, 1973; 38 FR 12710, diately.

May 14, 1973] (iv) No owner or operator of coke

$ 52.2331 Attainment dates for national Ovens identified in paragraph (c) (4) of 8

standards. this section shall operate a coke quenching tower unless such quenching tower The following table presents the latest is equipped with interior baffles.

dates by which the national standards (5) The test methods and procedures are to be attained. These dates reflect the used to determine compliance with para information presented in Utah's plan, graph (c) (1) of this section are set forth except where noted.

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