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$ 52.2673 Attainment dates for national standards.

The following table presents the latest dates by which the national standards are to be attained. These dates reflect the information presented in Guam's plan.

Pollutant Air quality Particulate Sulfur

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a. Air quality levels presently below secondary standards.

Subpart BBB-Puerto Rico SOURCE: 37 FR 10905, May 31, 19372, unless otherwise noted. 8 52.2720 Identification of plan.

(a) Title of plan: "Clean Air for Puerto Rico." (b) The plan was submitted on January 31, 1972. 52.2721 Classification of regions. The Puerto Rico plan was evaluated on the basis of the following classifications:

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$ 52.2722 Approval status.

The Administrator approves Puerto Rico's plan for the attainment and maintenance of the national standards. $ 52.2723 Attainment dates for national standards.

The following table presents the latest dates by which the national standards are to be attained. These dates reflect the information presented in Puerto Rico's implementation plan.

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a. Air quality levels presently below secondary standards. Subpart CCC-Virgin Islands

(c) Supplemental information was SOURCE: 37 FR 10905, May 31, 1972, unless submitted on: otherwise noted.

(1) April 26, 1972, by the Division of $ 52.2770 Identification of plan.

Environmental Health, United States (a) Title of plan: "Air Quality Imple- Virgin Islands Department of Health, mentation Plan for the U.S. Virgin and Islands."

(2) August 17, 1972. (b) The plan was officially submitted 137 FR 10905, May 31, 1972, as amended at on January 31, 1972.

37 FR 23092, Oct. 28, 1972)

8 52.2771 Classification of regions.

The U.S. Virgin Islands plan was evaluated on the basis of the following classifications:

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$ 52.2772 Approval status.

(v) Any additional information, plans, With the exceptions set forth in this

specifications, evidence, or documentasubpart, the Administartor approves the

tion that the Administrator may require U.S. Virgin Islands plan for attainment

shall be furnished upon request. and maintenance of the national

(3) No approval to construct or modify standards.

will be granted unless the applicant

shows to the satisfaction of the Adminis$ 52.2773 [Reserved]

trator that the source will not prevent or $ 52.2774 [Reserved]

interfere with attainment or mainte

nance of any national standard. $ 52.2775 Review of new sources and (4) The Administrator will act within modifications.

60 days on an application and will notify (a) The requirements of $ 51.18(c) of the applicant in writing of his approval this chapter are not met since the plan or denial of the application. The Admindoes not provide a means of disapproving

istrator will set forth his reasons for any construction or modification of station- denial. ary sources if said construction or modi- (5) The Administrator may cancel an fication will interfere with attainment or approval if the construction is not bemaintenance of a national standard. gun within 2 years from the date of issu

(b) Regulation for review of new ance, or if during the construction, work sources and modifications. (1) This re- is suspended for 1 year. quirement is applicable to any stationary

(6) Approval to construct or modify source subject to review under section shall not be required for: 206–20, chapter 9, title 12, Virgin Islands (1) The installation or alteration of an Code, the construction or modification of

air pollutant detector, air pollutants rewhich is commenced after the effective

corder, combustion controller, or comdate of this paragraph.

bustion shutoff. (2) No owner or operator shall com

(ii) Air conditioning or ventilating mence construction or modification of

systems not designed to remove air polany stationary source after the effective lutants generated by or released from date of this regulation without first ob

equipment. taining approval from the Administrator (it) Fuel burning equipment, other of the location of such source.

than smokehouse generators, which has (1) Application for approval to con

a heat input of not more than 250 MBtu/ struct or modify shall be made on forms

ph (62.5 billion g-cal/h) and burns only furnished by the Administrator, or by

gaseous fuel containing not more than other means prescribed by the Adminis

0.5 gr H2S per 100 stdfts (5.7 g/100 trator.

stdm); has a heat input of not more (11) A separate application is required

than 1 MBtu/h (250 Mg-cal/h) and for each source.

burns only distillate oil; or has a heat (111) Each application shall be signed

input of not more than 350,000 Btu/h by the applicant.

(88.2 Mg-cal/h) and burns any other (iv) Each application shall be accom

fuel.

(iv) Mobile internal combustion enpanied by site information, stack data, and the nature and amount of emissions.

gines.

(v) Laboratory equipment used exSuch information shall be sufficient to

clusively for chemical or physical enable the Administrator to make any analyses. determination pursuant to subparagraph (vi) Other sources of minor signif(3) of this paragraph.

cance specified by the Administrator.

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a. Air quality levels presently below secondary standards. Subpart DDD American Samoa

(c) Supplemental information was SOURCE: 37 FR 10906, May 31, 1972, unless submitted on March 9 and March 23, otherwise noted.

1972, by the American Samoa Environ$ 52.2820 Identification of plan.

mental Quality Commission. (a) Title of plan: "The Territory of

$ 52.2821 Classification of regions. American Samoa Air Pollution Control Implementation Plan.”

The American Samoa plan was evalu(b) The plan was officially submitted ated on the basis of the following classion January 27, 1972.

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$ 52.2822 Approval status.

The Administrator approves American Samoa's plan for the attainment and maintenance of the national standards. $ 52.2823 Attainment dates for national standards.

The following table presents the latest dates by which the national standards are to be attained. These dates reflect the information presented in American Samoa's plan.

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Subpart EEE-Approval and Promulgation

of Plans $ 52.2850 Approval and promulgation

of implementation plans. State plans consisting of control strategies, rules, and regulations, and, in certain instances, compliance schedules, which the Administrator has determined meet the requirements of section 16 of the "Clean Air Amendments of 1970" have been approved, as follows:

DELAWARE An implementation plan for the State's portion of the Philadelphia Interstate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on June 30, 1970. Supplemental Information was received October 20, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for sulfur oxides, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategy, together with specified rules and regulations and the compliance schedule pertaining thereto.

NEW JERSEY An implementation plan for the State's portion of the Philadelphia Interstate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on May 26, 1970. Supplemental information was submitted September 23, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for sulfur oxides, es set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategy, together with specified rules and regulations and the compliance schedule pertaining thereto.

PENNSYLVANIA An implementation plan for the State's portion of the Philadelphia Interstate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on May 4, 1970. Supplemental information was received August 4, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for sulfur oxides, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides. Therefore, the Administrator has approved

such control strategy, together with specified rules and regulations pertaining thereto.

KANSAS An implementation plan for the State's portion of the Kansas City Interstate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on November 19, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for particulate matter, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary and secondary ambient air quality standards for particulate matter. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategy, together with specified rules and regulations and the compliance schedule pertaining thereto.

VIRGINIA An implementation plan for the State's portion of the National Capital Interstate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on April 29, 1970. Supplemental information was received August 10 and 14, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for sulfur oxides and particulate matter, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary and secondary ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides and particulate matter. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategy, together with specified rules and regulations and the compliance schedules pertaining thereto.

MARYLAND An implementation plan for the State's portion of the National Capital Interstate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on May 28, 1970. Supplemental information was submitted August 7 and 21, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for sulfur oxides and particulate matter, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary and secondary ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides and particulate matter. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategy, together with specified rules and regulations, as well as the compliance schedule pertaining to the sulfur oxides standards.

MARYLAND An implementation plan for the Baltimore Intrastate Air Quality Control Rogion was submitted to the Environmental Protection ment of the national primary and secondary ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides and particulate matter. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategy, together with specified rules and regulations pertaining thereto.

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MASSACHUSETTS An implementation plan for the Boston Intrastate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on September 16, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for sulfur oxides, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategy, together with specified rules and regulations and the compliance schedules pertaining thereto. (37 FR 2581, Feb. 2, 1972. Redesignated at 37 FR 10846, May 31, 1972]

Agency on December 23, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for sulfur oxides, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides. The Administrator has also determined that the State's control strategy for particulate matter, as set forth in this Implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary and secondary ambient air quality standards for particulate matter. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategies, together with specified rules and regulations, as well as the compliance schedule pertaining to the sulfur oxides standards.

COLORADO An implementation plan for the Denver Intrastate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on May 12, 1970, and was amended by letter dated November 10, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for particulate matter, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary ambient air quality standards for particulate matter. The Administrator has also determined that the State's control strategy for sulfur oxides, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for maintaining the national secondary ambient air quality standards for sulfur oxides. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategies, together with specified rules and regulations and the compliance schedules pertaining thereto.

MISSOURI An implementation plan for the State's portion of the Kansas City Intrastate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on October 14, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the State's control strategy for particulate matter, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attainment of the national primary and secondary ambient air quality standards for particulate matter. Therefore, the Administrator has approved such control strategy, together with specified rules and regulations and the compliance schedules pertaining thereto.

DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA An implementation plan for the District's portion of the National Capital Interstate Air Quality Control Region was received by the Department of Health, Education, and Welfare on May 6, 1970. Supplemental information was received August 24, 1970. The Administrator has determined that the District's control strategy for sulfur oxides and particulate matter, as set forth in this implementation plan, is adequate for attain

PART 54-PRIOR NOTICE OF

CITIZEN SUITS Sec. 54.1 Purpose. 54.2 Service of notices. 54.3 Contents of notice.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 54 issued under section 304 of the Clean Air Act, as amended (sec. 12, Public Law 91-804, 84 Stat. 1706).

Source: The provisions of this Part 54 appear at 36 F.R. 23886, Dec. 9, 1971, unless otherwise noted. $ 54.1 Purpose.

Section 304 of the Clean Air Act, as amended, authorizes the commencement of civil actions to enforce the Act or to enforce certain requirements promulgated pursuant to the Act. The purpose of this part is to prescribe procedures governing the giving of notices required by subsection 304(b) of the Act (sec. 12, Public Law 91-604; 84 Stat. 1706) as a prerequisite to the commencement of such actions. $ 54.2

Service of notice. (a) Notice to Administrator: Service of notice given to the Administrator under this part shall be accomplished by certified mail addressed to the Administrator, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C. 20460. Where notice relates to violation of an emission standard or limitation or to violation of an order issued with respect to an

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