§ 52.1166 Original identification of plan.  


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  • (a) This section identifies the original “Air Implementation Plan for the State of Massachusetts” and all revisions submitted by Massachusetts that were federally approved prior to January 20, 2017.

    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 27, 1972.

    (c) The plan revisions listed below were submitted on the dates specified.

    (1) Emergency episode regulations submitted on February 22, 1972, by the Bureau of Air Quality Control, Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

    (2) Miscellaneous non-regulatory changes to the plan, wording changes in regulations 2.5 and 2.1 and clarification of Regulations 2.5.1 through 2.5.4 submitted on April 27, 1972, by the Division of Environmental Health, Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

    (3) Miscellaneous non-regulatory additions to the plan submitted on May 5, 1972, by the Bureau of Air Quality Control, Massachusetts Department of Public Health.

    (4) Miscellaneous changes affecting regulations 2.1, 2.5, 4.2, 4.5.1, 5.6.1, 6.1.2, 6.3.1, 8.1.6, 9.1, 15.1, 51.2, 52.1 and 52.2 of the regulations for all six Air Pollution Control Districts submitted on August 28, 1972 by the Governor.

    (5) Letter of concurrence on AQMA identifications submitted on July 23, 1974, by the Governor.

    (6) Revision to Regulation No. 5, increasing allowable sulfur content of fuels in the Boston Air Pollution Control District submitted on July 11, 1975, by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs, and on April 1, 1977 and April 20, 1978 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (7) Revision to Regulation 50—Variances, Regulations for Control of Air Pollution in the six Massachusetts Air Pollution Control Districts, submitted by letter dated November 14, 1974, by the Governor.

    (8) Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for the Merrimack Valley Air Pollution Control District submitted on January 28, 1976 by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs and on August 22, 1977 by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, and additional technical information pertinent to the Haverhill Paperboard Corp., Haverhill, Mass., submitted on December 30, 1976 by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs.

    (9) Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control District submitted on July 22, 1976 by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs and on August 22, 1977 by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, and additional technical information pertinent to Deerfield Specialty Papers, Inc., Monroe, Mass., submitted on December 27, 1977 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (10) Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for the Central Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District submitted on June 25, 1976 by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs and on August 22, 1977 by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (11) Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for the Central Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District (revised and adopted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on March 29, 1976, with specificprovisions for the City of Fitchburg) submitted on June 25, 1976, by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs.

    (12) A revision to Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for the Southeastern Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District, submitted on December 30, 1976 by the Secretary of Environmental Affairs and on January 31, 1978 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (13) A revision to Regulation 5.1, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for the Berkshire Air Pollution Control District, submitted by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on April 14, 1977, and additional technical information submitted on August 11, 1978, pertaining to the Schweitzer Division, Kimberly-Clark Corporation, Columbia Mill, Lee, and on August 31, 1978, pertaining to Crane and Company, Inc., Dalton.

    (14) Revisions to “Regulations for the Prevention and/or Abatement of Air Pollution Episode and Air Pollution Incident Emergencies,” submitted on September 15, 1976 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (15) A revision to Regulation 2.5, Compliance with Emission Limitations, and to Regulation 16, Reduction of Single Passenger Commuter Vehicle Use, for the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control District, submitted on May 20, 1977, by the Acting Commissioner of the Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (16) Revision to regulation 7 and regulation 9, submitted on December 9, 1977, by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality and Engineering.

    (17) Revision to Regulations 310 CMR 7.05, Sulfur-in-Fuel, and 310 CMR 7.06, Visible Emissions, allowing burning of a coal-oil slurry at New England Power Company, Salem Harbor Station, Massachusetts, submitted on July 5, 1978 by the Commissioner, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering and an extension to 310 CMR 7.06, Visible Emissions, submitted on December 28, 1979.

    (18) Revision to Regulation 7.02(11) (formerly Regulation 2.5.3)—Emission Limitation to Incinerators, submitted February 1, 1978 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (19) The addition of Regulation 7.17, for the Southeastern Massachusetts Air Pollution Control District, Coal Conversion—Brayton Point Station, New England Power Company, submitted by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on September 7, 1978. Compliance with this revision shall be determined by methods consistent with New Source Performance Standards, proposed Test Method 19, as stated in a letter dated February 8, 1979 from Kenneth Hagg of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering to Frank Ciavattieri of the Environmental Protection Agency.

    (20) A revision permanently extending Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 5.1) “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof” and a revision for the Metropolitan Boston APCD, and Merrimack Valley APCD submitted on December 28, 1978, by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (21) A revision permanently extending Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 5.1), “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof” and a revision to Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(4) “Ash Content of Fuels” for the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control District, submitted on January 3, 1979 by the Acting Com0missioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (22) A revision permanently extending Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 5.1), “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof” for the Southeastern Massachusetts APCD, submitted on January 31, 1979 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (23) A revision to Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(4) “Ash Content of Fuels” for the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control District, submitted on July 20, 1978 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (24) A revision permanently extending Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 5.1) “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof” for the Central Massachusetts APCD, submitted on March 2, 1979 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, and a revision removing the seasonal restriction in Fitchburg for Fitchburg Paper Company (55 meter stacks only) and James River-Massachusetts submitted on September 28, 1979 by the Commissioner.

    (25) On March 30, 1979 and on April 23, 1979 the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering submitted the non-attainment area plan for Total Suspended Particulates (TSP) in Worcester, miscellaneous statewide regulation changes, and an extension request for the attainment of TSP secondary standards for areas designated non-attainment as of March 3, 1978.

    (26) On May 3, 1979, August 7, 1979, and April 17, 1980, the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering submitted a revision entitled “Massachusetts Implementation Plan, Amended Regulation—All Districts, New Source Review Element,” relating to construction and operation of major new or modified sources in non-attainment areas.

    (27) Revisions to Regulation 310 CMR 7.07, Open Burning, submitted on September 28, 1979 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (28) Revision to the state ozone standard and adoption of an ambient lead standard was submitted by Thomas F. McLoughlin, Acting Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on August 21, 1979.

    (29) A revision varying the provisions of Regulation 310 CMR 7.04(5), Fuel Oil Viscosity, for Cambridge Electric Light Company's Kendall Station, First Street, Cambridge, and Blackstone Station, Blackstone Street, Cambridge, submitted on December 28, 1978 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (30) Attainment plans to meet the requirements of Part D for carbon monoxide and ozone and other miscellaneous provisions were submitted by the Governor of Massachusetts on December 31, 1978 and on May 16, 1979 by the Acting Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering. Supplemental information was submitted on September 19, November 13 and December 7, 1979; and March 20 and April 7, 1980 by DEQE.

    (31) A temporary variance to the Provisions of Regulation 310 CMR 7.05, Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof, for Seaman Paper Company, Otter River. Submitted on March 20, 1980 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (32) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1) “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof” for the Metropolitan Boston APCD submitted on November 27, 1979 by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (33) A revision to Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) (formerly Regulation 5.1) “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof” for the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control District submitted by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on March 2, 1979 and May 5, 1981.

    (34) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1) “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof” for the Metropolitan Boston APCD submitted on April 25, 1980 by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (35) On January 5, 1981, the Acting Director of the Division of Air Quality Control, Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering submitted a revision entitled “Appendix J Transportation Project Level Guidelines” relating to policy guidance on the preparation of air quality analysis for transportation projects.

    (36) A comprehensive air quality monitoring plan, intended to meet requirements of 40 CFR part 58, was submitted by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on January 28, 1980.

    (37) A revision submitted by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on September 12, 1980 adding a new regulation 310 CMR 7.19 “Interim Sulfur-in-Fuel Limitations for Fossil Fuel Utilization Facilities Pending Conversion to an Alternate Fuel or Implementation of Permanent Energy Conservation Measures.”

    (38) A variance of Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1)(d)(2) “Sulfur Control of Fuels and Control Thereof” for the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control District, submitted on November 25, 1980, by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (39) Revisions to meet the requirements of Part D and certain other sections of the Clean Air Act, as amended, for making a commitment to public transportation in the Boston urban region which were submitted on July 9, 1981 and on July 30, 1981.

    (40) Regulations 310 CMR (14), (15), and (16), for paper, fabric, and vinyl surface coaters to meet the requirements of Part D for ozone were submitted by the Governor of Massachusetts on March 6, 1981.

    (41) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1)(c) “Sulfur Content of Fuels Control Thereof for the Merrimack Valley Air Pollution Control District” allowing the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at Haverhill Paperboard Corporation, Haverhill.

    (42) Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b), to allow existing surface coating lines regulated under 310 CMR 7.18 (4), (5), (6), (7), (10), (11), (12), (14), (15) and (16) to bubble emissions to meet the requirements of Part D for ozone was submitted by the Governor on March 6, 1981, and a letter clarifying state procedures was submitted on November 12, 1981. The emission limitations required by the federally-approved portion of 310 CMR 7.18 are the applicable requirements of the Massachusetts SIP for the purpose of section 113 of the Clean Air Act and shall be enforceable by EPA and by citizens in the same manner as other requirements of the SIP; except that emission limitations adopted by the state under and which comply with 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b) and the procedures set out in the letter of November 12, 1981 shall be the applicable requirements of the Massachusetts SIP in lieu of those contained elsewhere in 310 CMR 7.18 and shall be enforceable by EPA and by citizens.

    (43) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1)(d) “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof for the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control District” allowing the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at Eastman Gelatine Corporation, Peabody, submitted on September 24, 1981 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (44) The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering submitted an updated VOC emissions inventory on September 3, 1981, and the procedures to annually update this inventory on November 4, 1981.

    (45) A revision to Regulation 7.05(1)(e) “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof for the Pioneer Valley Air Pollution Control District” allowing the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at the Holyoke Gas and Electric Department, Holyoke.

    (46) A revision submitted on December 29, 1981 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering allowing the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at the ATF Davidson Company, Northbridge, until December 1, 1983.

    (47) Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(10) for metal coil coating was submitted on June 24, 1980 by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, in order to meet Part D requirements for ozone.

    (48) Regulations 310 CMR 7.18(11), Surface Coating of Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products and (12), Graphic Arts—Rotogravure and Flexography with test methods; and (13) Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Systems without test methods, were submitted on July 21, 1981 and March 10, 1982 by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering to meet Part D requirements for ozone attainment.

    (49) A revision to Regulation 7.17 “Conversions to Coal” submitted by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on January 22, 1982 specifying the conditions under which coal may be burned at the Holyoke Water Power Company, Mount Tom Plant, Holyoke, Massachusetts.

    (50) [Reserved]

    (51) A revision submitted on September 29, 1982 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering allowing the burning of fuel oil having a sulfur content of 0.55 pounds per million Btu heat release potential at the Northeast Petroleum Corporation, Chelsea, Massachusetts.

    (52) A revision submitted on September 28, 1982 by the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering allowing the burning of higher sulfur content fuel oil at the Polaroid Corporation for a period of up to 30 months commencing on December 1, 1982.

    (53)(i) Attainment plans for carbon monoxide and ozone submitted by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on September 9, November 2 and November 17, 1982; February 2, March 21, April 7, April 26 and May 16, 1983. These revisions amend Regulations 310 CMR 7.18 (3)-(7), (9)-(16); and add Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(17), 7.20 (1)-(14), and 540 CMR 4.00.

    (ii) Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(3) for the surface coating of metal furniture submitted on September 9, 1982 as part of the attainment plan identified in §52.1120(c)(53)(i), is added to the VOC surface coating bubble Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b) identified in §52.1120(c)(42).

    (iii) Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(13) for Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning systems submitted on September 9, 1982 as part of the attainment plan identified in section 52.1120(53)(i), is amended by adding EPA test methods to the no action identified in 52.1120(48).

    (54) On February 8, 1983, the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering submitted a source specific emission limit in the letter of approval to the Esleeck Manufacturing Company, Inc., Montague, allowing the Company to burn fuel oil having a maximum sulfur content of 1.21 pounds per million Btu heat release potential provided the fuel firing rate does not exceed 137.5 gallons per hour.

    (55) A revision to exempt the Berkshire Air Pollution Control District from Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(b)2 was submitted on March 25, 1983 by Kenneth A. Hagg, Director of the Division of Air Quality Control of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (56) A revision to Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(a)1(e) for petroleum liquid storage in external floating roof tanks submitted on December 2, 1983.

    (57) Revisions to the State's narrative, entitled New Source Regulations on page 117 and 118, the regulatory definitions of BACT, NSPS and NESHAPS and Regulation 310 CMR 7.02 (2)(a)(6) and 7.02 (13), submitted by Anthony D. Cortese, Commissioner, in August, 1982 and received on September 9, 1982.

    (58) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 7, 1991, November 13, 1992 and February 17, 1993.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated June 7, 1991, November 13, 1992 and February 17, 1993 submitting revisions to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Amendments and additions to 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on June 7, 1991 and effective on April 12, 1991.

    (C) Amendments and additions to 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on June 7, 1991 and effective on June 21, 1991.

    (D) Addition of 310 CMR 7.24(4)(j) submitted on November 13, 1992 and February 17, 1993 and effective on February 12, 1993.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.

    (59) A revision submitted on May 3, 1983, allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Stanley Woolen Company, a facility in Uxbridge, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on March 23, 1984.

    (60) On May 27, 1982 and September 9, 1982 the Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering submitted a revised plan for new source review in nonattainment areas. The submittal included 310 CMR Appendix A, “Emission Offsets and Nonattainment Review,” additions to 310 CMR 7.00, “General Definitions,” and revisions to 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b)(4) and 7.02(2)(b)(5), “Plan Approval and Emission Limitations.”

    (61) A revision submitted on October 31, 1983, allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Reed and Barton Silversmiths facility in Taunton, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on March 23, 1984.

    (62) A revision submitted on November 16, 1983 allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the ATF Davidson Company in Northbridge, Massachusetts.

    (63) A revision submitted on February 2, 1984, allowing the burning of 1.0% sulfur content fuel oil at The Biltrite Corporation facility in Chelsea, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on June 15, 1984.

    (64) A revision to the Ozone Attainment Plan was submitted by S. Russell Sylva, Commissioner of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on February 14, and May 22, 1985 to control emissions from gasoline tank trucks and bulk terminal vapor recovery systems.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Amendments to Regulations 310 CMR 7.00 and 7.02(12) (c) and (d), “Motor Vehicle Fuel Tank Trucks”, adopted December 1984.

    (B) The May 22, 1985 letter from Massachusetts DEQE, and the enforcement manual submitted and adopted on May 22, 1985, including Method 27, record form, potential leak points, major tank truck leak sources, test procedure for gasoline vapor leak detection procedure by combustible gas detector, instruction manual for Sentox 2 and Notice of Violation.

    (65) A temporary variance to 310 CMR 7.05(1)(d)2 of “Sulfur Content of Fuels and Control Thereof for Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control District” submitted on January 6, 1984 to allow for the use of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil in boiler unit 7 of the Boston Edison Company Mystic Station facility in Everett for thirty months commencing on September 25, 1984.

    (66) Attainment and maintenance plans for lead, submitted on July 13 and August 17, 1984 by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (67) A revision submitted on July 11, 1984 allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the James River Corporation Hyde Park Mill facility in Boston, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on September 25, 1984.

    (68) A revision submitted on February 8 and October 23, 1985 allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Phillips Academy facility in Andover, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on April 1, 1986.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from Richard J. Chalpin, Acting Regional Engineer, to Phillips Academy, dated December 27, 1984 allowing the temporary use of less expensive 2.2% sulfur fuel oil (for 30 months from the date of publication), the savings from which will be used to implement permanent energy conservation measures to reduce on-site consumption of petroleum products by at least 50,000 gallons per year (estimated 82,000 gallons per year). At the end of the temporary use period, Phillips Academy will return to the use of 1.0% sulfur fuel oil. The particulate emission rate for the facility will not exceed 0.15 lbs. per million Btu.

    (B) These specific requirements of Regulation 310 CMR 7.19 were agreed to in a Statement of Agreement, signed February 19, 1985.

    (C) Memorandum to Donald C. Squires from Bruce K. Maillet dated October 4, 1985; subject: Response to EPA questions regarding Phillips Academy, outlines the permanent energy conservation measures to be used.

    (69) Revisions to federally approved regulations 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b) and 310 CMR 7.05(4) were submitted on December 3, 1985, January 31, 1986 and February 11, 1986 by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b), Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, Air Pollution Control, is corrected to include the word “major” before the word “modification”.

    (B) Regulation 310 CMR 7.05(4), Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, Air Pollution Control, Ash Content of Fuels.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) The nonregulatory portions of the state submittals.

    (70) A revision submitted on February 19, 1986 allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Boston Housing Authority, Mary Ellen McCormick and Maverick Family Development facilities in Boston, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on August 12, 1986.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters dated August 30, 1985 and July 11, 1985 for the Mary Ellen McCormick and Maverick Family Development Facilities, respectively, from Richard J. Chalpin, Acting Regional Engineer, allowing the temporary use of less expensive 2.2% sulfur fuel oil for 30 months from August 12, 1986, the savings from which will be used to implement permanent energy conservation measures to reduce the on-site consumption of the petroleum products. At the end of the temporary use period, the Boston Housing Authority, Mary Ellen McCormick and Maverick Family Development facilities will return to the use of 0.5% sulfur fuel oil. The particulate emission rate for these facilities will not exceed 0.12 lbs per million BTU.

    (B) Statements of Agreement both signed October 28, 1985 by Doris Bunte, Administrator of Boston Housing Authority.

    (C) Memorandum from Bruce K. Maillet to S. Russell Sylva dated January 9, 1986, subject: Decision Memo.

    (71) A revision submitted on May 12, 1986 allowing the burning of 2.2% sulfur content fuel oil at the Boston Housing Authority, Mission Hill Extension Family Development facility in Boston, Massachusetts for a period of up to 30 months, commencing on November 25, 1986.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter dated March 5, 1986 for the Mission Hill Extension Family Development facility, from Richard J. Chalpin, Acting Regional Engineer, allowing the temporary use of less expensive 2.2% sulfur fuel oil (for 30 months from the date of publication), the savings from which will be used to implement permanent energy conservation measures to reduce the on-site consumption of petroleum products. At the end of the temporary use period, the Boston Housing Authority, Mission Hill Extension Family Development facility will return to the use of 0.5% sulfur fuel oil. The particulate emission rate for this facility will not exceed 0.12 lbs per million Btu.

    (B) Statements of Agreement signed April 4, 1986 by Doris Bunte, Administrator of Boston Housing Authority.

    (C) Memorandum from Bruce K. Maillet to S. Russell Sylva dated April 18, 1986, subject: Decision Memo.

    (72) Revisions involving regulations 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b) 4, 5, and 6; 7.02(12)(b)3; 7.02(12)(d); and 7.14 were submitted on November 21, 1986 and January 15, 1987, by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering (DEQE).

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(2)(b) 4, 5, and 6 are amended and became effective on February 6, 1987.

    (B) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(b)3 is deleted and became effective on February 6, 1987.

    (C) Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(d) is amended and became effective on February 6, 1987.

    (D) Regulations 310 CMR 7.14 (2) and (3) are added and became effective on February 6, 1987.

    (E) The Commonwealth of Massachusetts Regulation Filing document dated January 15, 1987 is provided and states that these regulatory changes became effective on February 6, 1987.

    (ii) Additional materials. The nonregulatory portions of the state submittals.

    (73) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on February 21, February 25, and June 23, 1986.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) A letter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering dated February 21, 1986 and amendments to 310 CMR 7.00 and 310 CMR 7.18 of the Regulations for the control of Air Pollution in the Berkshire, Central Massachusetts, Merrimack Valley, Metropolitan Boston, Pioneer Valley and Southeastern Massachusetts Air Pollution Control Districts.

    (B) A letter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering (DEQE), dated June 23, 1986 and the Implementation Guidance, 310 CMR 7.18(18), Polystyrene Resin Manufacturing, dated February 1986.

    (C) A Regulation Filing and Publication document from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, dated February 25, 1986.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittals.

    (74) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan were submitted by the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on November 5, 1986 and December 10, 1986.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter dated November 5, 1986 from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering (DEQE) submitting revisions to the State Implementation Plan for EPA approval.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts DEQE dated December 10, 1986, which states that the effective date of Regulations 310 CMR 7.00, “Definitions” and 310 CMR 7.18(19), “Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacture,” is November 28, 1986.

    (C) Massachusetts' Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(19) entitled, “Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacture,” and amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, “Definitions,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on November 28, 1986.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.

    (75) [Reserved]

    (76) Revisions involving regulations 310 CMR 7.18(2)(e) and 7.18(17) submitted by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on September 20, 1988.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Amendment to Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(2)(e)—effective July 22, 1988.

    (B) Amendments to Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(17)(d)—effective July 22, 1988.

    (C) A Regulation Filing and Publication document from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering dated July 5, 1988 which states that the effective date of the regulatory amendments to 310 CMR 7.18(2)(e) and 310 CMR 7.18(17)(d), incorporated above, is July 22, 1988.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.

    (77) Revisions to federally approved regulation 310 CMR 7.05(1) submitted on July 18, 1984, April 17, 1985, March 16, 1987, and November 25, 1987 by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering approving sulfur-in-fuel limitations for the following sources: American Fiber and finishing Company (formerly known as Kendall Company), Colrain; Erving Paper company, Erving; and Westfield River Paper Company, Russell.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters dated October 14, 1987 for the American Fiber and Finishing Company, Erving Paper Company, and Westfield River Paper Company facilities from Stephen F. Joyce, Deputy Regional Environmental Engineer, Department of Environmental Quality Engineering.

    (B) Statements of agreement signed November 6, 1987 by Schuyler D. Bush, Vice President of Erving Paper Company; 1987 by Francis J. Fitzpatrick, President of Westfield River Paper Company; and November 16, 1987 by Robert Young, Vice President of American Fiber and Finishing Company.

    (78) Revisions to federally approved regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12) submitted on July 13, 1988, September 15, 1988, and April 12, 1989, by the Department of Environmental Quality Engineering, limiting the volatility of gasoline from May 1 through September 15, beginning 1989 and continuing every year thereafter, including any waivers to such limitations that Massachusetts may grant. In 1989, the control period will begin on June 30.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.02(12)(e), entitled, “gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP),” and amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, “Definitions,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on May 11, 1988.

    (B) Massachusetts Emergency Regulation Amendment to 310 CMR 7.02(12)(e) 2.b entitled “gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on April 11, 1989, with excerpt from the Manual for Promulgating Regulations, Office of the Secretary of State.

    (79) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on February 4, 1988 and July 16, 1989 which define and impose reasonably available control technology to control volatile organic compound emissions from Monsanto Chemical Company in Indian Orchard, Massachusetts.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated July 18, 1989 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) A final RACT Compliance Plan Conditional Approval issued to Monsanto Chemical Company by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated and effective June 20, 1989.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the state submittal.

    (80) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 18, 1989.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated July 18, 1989 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Amendments to the Conditional Plan Approval dated and effective July 12, 1989 and the Conditional Plan Approval dated and effective October 7, 1985 imposing reasonably available control technology on Spalding Sports Worldwide in Chicopee, Massachusetts.

    (81) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering on July 18, 1989.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering dated July 18, 1989 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) RACT Approval Addendum for Cranston Print Works Company, Webster Division Facility in Webster, Massachusetts dated and effective June 20, 1989.

    (ii) Additional materials. Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.

    (82) Revision to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection August 8, 1989.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated August 8, 1989 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Amended Conditional Plan Approval (SM-85-168-IF) dated and effective August 1, 1989 and an Amendment to the Amended Conditional Plan Approval (SM-85-168-IF Revision) dated and effective August 8, 1989 imposing reasonably available control technology on Duro Textile Printers, Incorporated in Fall River, Massachusetts.

    (83) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 24, 1989 and October 16, 1989 regulating gasoline volatility.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated October 16, 1989 and a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan containing revised Massachusetts gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure regulation 310 CMR 7.24(5)(b)2, effective September 15, 1989.

    (84) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 27, 1982, June 22, 1987, and December 27, 1989.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated August 27, 1982, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, “Definitions” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on June 18, 1982 which add the definitions of the terms “stationary source” and “building, structure, facility, or installation.”

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated June 22, 1987 certifying that it did not rely on a dual definition in its attainment demonstration.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated December 27, 1989 submitting additional assurances that it is making reasonable efforts to develop a complete and approve SIP.

    (C) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

    (85) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 28, 1989.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated November 28, 1989 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) A Plan Approval 4P89005 Correction dated and effective November 17, 1989 and the Amended Plan Approval, 4P89005 dated and effective October 19, 1989 imposing reasonably available control technology on Boston Whaler Inc., in Norwell, Massachusetts.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.

    (86) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 28, 1989.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated November 28, 1989 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) A Plan Approval 4P89006 Correction dated and effective November 17, 1989 and the Amended Plan Approval (4P89006) dated and effective October 19, 1989 imposing reasonably available control technology on Boston Whaler Inc. in Rockland, Massachusetts.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.

    (87) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 20, 1989.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated November 20, 1989 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) 2nd Amendment to the Final Approval/RACT Approval for the Philips Lighting Company dated November 2, 1989.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.

    (88) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 13, 1990.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated June 13, 1990 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) An Amended Plan Approval dated and effective June 1, 1990 imposing reasonably available control technology on Acushnet Company, Titleist Golf Division, Plant A in New Bedford, Massachusetts.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.

    (89) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 9, 1990.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated July 9, 1990 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) An Amended Plan Approval dated and effective June 8, 1990 imposing reasonably available control technology on General Motors Corporation in Framingham, Massachusetts.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the State submittal.

    (90) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on October 25, 1990 which define and impose RACT to control volatile organic compound emissions from Erving Paper Mills in Erving, Massachusetts.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated October 25, 1990 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) A conditional final plan approval issued by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to Erving Paper Mills dated and effective October 16, 1990.

    (91) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on April 22, 1991 which clarify the requirements of RACT to control volatile organic compound emissions from Erving Paper Mills in Erving, Massachusetts.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated April 22, 1991 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) A conditional final plan approval amendment issued by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to Erving Paper Mills dated and effective April 16, 1991. This amended conditional plan approval amends the October 16, 1990 conditional plan approval incorporated at paragraph (c)(90) of this section.

    (92) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 17, 1989, June 7, 1991 and December 17, 1991.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated August 17, 1989 and June 7, 1991 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Portions of regulation 310 CMR 7.18(7) for automobile surface coating as submitted on August 17, 1989 effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on September 15, 1989.

    (C) Portions of regulation 310 CMR 7.18(7) for automobile surface coating as submitted on June 7, 1991 effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on June 21, 1991.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) A letter dated December 17, 1991 from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection withdrawing the emission limit for the Primer-surfacer application from the June 7, 1991 submittal.

    (B) Nonregulatory portions of state submittal.

    (93) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 27, 1982, June 27, 1984, March 6, 1985, April 12, 1985, August 17, 1989, June 7, 1991 and December 17, 1991.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated August 27, 1982, April 12, 1985, August 17, 1989, and June 7, 1991, submitting revisions to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Amendment to 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b) submitted on August 27, 1982 and effective on September 16, 1982.

    (C) Addition of 310 CMR 7.00: Appendix B submitted on April 12, 1985 and effective on September 30, 1984.

    (D) Amendments to portions of 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on August 17, 1989 and effective September 15, 1989.

    (E) Amendments to portions of 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on June 7, 1991 and effective on April 12, 1991.

    (F) Amendments to portions of 310 CMR 7.00 submitted on June 7, 1991 and effective on June 21, 1991.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) A letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering dated June 27, 1984 submitting 310 CMR 7.00: Appendix B.

    (B) A letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Quality Engineering dated March 6, 1985 submitting additional information on 310 CMR 7.00: Appendix B and referencing 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b).

    (C) A letter dated December 17, 1991 from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection withdrawing the emission limit for the Primer-surfacer application in 310 CMR 7.18(7)(b) from the June 7, 1991 submittal.

    (D) Nonregulatory portions of state submittal.

    (94) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 4, 1989, December 6, 1989 and March 23, 1990.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated August 4, 1989, December 6, 1989 and March 23, 1990 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Massachusetts' Air Pollution Control Regulations 310 CMR 7.30 (excluding 310 CMR 7.30(8)(a)), and 310 CMR 7.31 entitled, “MB Massport/Logan Airport Parking Freeze” and “MB City of Boston/East Boston Parking Freeze” respectively, effective in the State of Massachusetts on 11/24/89, and technical amendments to that regulation submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on March 23, 1990, effective 3/30/90.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Appendix 5D, Baseline and Future Case CO Compliance Modeling, dated June 1986.

    (B) Policy Statement Regarding the Proposed Amendment to the Logan Airport Parking Freeze, dated November 14, 1988.

    (95) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection of May 15, 1991.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated May 15, 1992 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Final Plan Approval No. 4P89051, dated and effective May 13, 1991 imposing reasonably available control technology on Dartmouth Finishing Corporation, New Bedford, Massachusetts.

    (96) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on January 30, 1991.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated January 30, 1991 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.38, entitled “Certification of Tunnel Ventilation Systems in the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control District,” and amendment to 310 CMR 7.00, entitled “Definitions,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on January 18, 1991.

    (97) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on May 17, 1990, July 5, 1990, June 7, 1991, and April 21, 1992.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated May 17, 1990 and June 7, 1991, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Definition of “motor vehicle fuel,” “motor vehicle fuel dispensing facility,” “substantial modification,” and “vapor collection and control system,” added to 310 CMR 7.00 and effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on October 27, 1989.

    (C) 310 CMR 7.24(6) “Dispensing of Motor Vehicle Fuel,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on October 27, 1989.

    (D) Amendments to 310 CMR 7.24(6)(b) “Dispensing of Motor Vehicle Fuel” and to the definition of “substantial modification” in 310 CMR 7.00, effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on June 21, 1991.

    (E) Amendment to the definition of “motor vehicle fuel dispensing facility” in 310 CMR 7.00, effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on April 12, 1991.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated July 5, 1990, requesting the withdrawal of amendments to subsection 310 CMR 7.24(2)(c) which require Stage I vapor recovery in Berkshire County from the SIP revision package submitted on May 17, 1990.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated April 21, 1992, submitting an implementation policy statement regarding its Stage II program. This policy statement addresses the installation of California Air Resources Board (CARB) certified systems, Stage II testing procedures, and defects in State II equipment.

    (C) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

    (98) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 13, 1992, January 15, 1993, and February 17, 1993.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated November 13, 1992, January 15, 1993, and February 17, 1993, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) 310 CMR 7.24(6) “Dispensing of Motor Vehicle Fuel,” effective in the State of Massachusetts on February 12, 1993.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

    (99) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 3, 1990 and August 26, 1992 which define and impose reasonably available control technology to control volatile organic compound emissions from S. Bent & Brothers in Gardner, Massachusetts.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated August 26, 1992 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Final Air Quality Approval RACT issued to S. Bent by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated and effective May 22, 1992.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated November 3, 1990 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Final Air Quality Approval RACT issued to S. Bent by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated and effective October 17, 1990.

    (C) Nonregulatory portions of the November 3, 1990 and August 26, 1992 state submittals.

    (100) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 19, 1993.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated July 19, 1993 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Plan approval no. C-P-93-011, effective June 30, 1993, which contains emissions standards, operating conditions, and recordkeeping requirements applicable to Nichols & Stone Company in Gardner, Massachusetts.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter dated October 27, 1993 from Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection submitting certification of a public hearing.

    (101) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on December 9, 1991.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated December 9, 1991 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.36, entitled “Transit System Improvements”, Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.37, entitled “High Occupancy Vehicle Facilities”, and amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, entitled “Definitions,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on December 6, 1991.

    (102) [Reserved]

    (103) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 15, 1993 and May 11, 1994, substituting the California Low Emission Vehicle program for the Clean Fuel Fleet program.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated November 15, 1993 and May 11, 1994, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan which substitutes the California Low Emission Vehicle program for the Clean Fuel Fleet program.

    (B) A regulation dated and effective January 31, 1992, entitled “U Low Emission Vehicle Program”, 310 CMR 7.40.

    (C) Additional definitions to 310 CMR 7.00 “Definitions” (dated and effective 1/31/92) to carry out the requirements set forth in 310 CMR 7.40.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Additional nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

    (104) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on March 31, 1994.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated March 31, 1994 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Final Plan Approval No. 4P92012, dated and effective March 16, 1994 imposing reasonably available control technology on Brittany Dyeing and Finishing of New Bedford, Massachusetts.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

    (105) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 6, 1994.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated June 6, 1994 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) 310 CMR 7.02(12) “U Restricted Emission Status” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on February 25, 1994.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

    (106) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 28, 1990, September 30, 1992, and July 15, 1994.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated June 28, 1990, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated September 30, 1992, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (C) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated July 15, 1994, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (D) Regulation 310 CMR 7.12 entitled “Inspection Certification Record Keeping and Reporting” which became effective on July 1, 1994.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of submittal.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated December 30, 1994, assuring EPA that the data elements noted in EPA's December 13, 1994 letter were being incorporated into the source registration forms used by Massachusetts emission statement program.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of submittal.

    (107) Massachusetts submitted the Oxygenated Gasoline Program on October 29, 1993. This submittal satisfies the requirements of section 211(m) of the Clean Air Act, as amended.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter dated October 29, 1993 which included the oxygenated gasoline program, amendments to the Massachusetts Air Pollution Control Regulations, 310 CMR 7.00, with an effective date of March 1, 1994, requesting that the submittal be approved and adopted as part of Massachusetts' SIP.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) The Technical Support Document for the Redesignation of the Boston Area as Attainment for Carbon Monoxide submitted on December 12, 1994.

    (108) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on January 9, 1995.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated January 9, 1995 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air Pollution for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts effective on November 18, 1994: 310 Code of Massachusetts Regulations Section 7.25 U Best Available Controls for Consumer and Commercial Products.

    (109) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on January 9, 1995.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated January 9, 1995, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air Pollution for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts effective on December 16, 1994: 310 Code of Massachusetts Regulations Section 7.18(28) Automotive Refinishing.

    (110) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on March 29, 1995.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated March 29, 1995 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) The following portions of the Rules Governing the Control of Air Pollution for the Commonwealth of Massachusetts effective on January 27, 1995: 310 Code of Massachusetts Regulations Section 7.18(29), Bakeries.

    (111) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 30, 1993.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated July 30, 1993 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Massachusetts Air Pollution Control Regulation 310 CMR 7.33, entitled “City of Boston/South Boston Parking Freeze,” and the following amendments to 310 CMR 7.00, entitled “Definitions,” which consist of adding or amending four definitions; motor vehicle parking space; off-peak parking spaces; remote parking spaces; and restricted use parking, effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on April 9, 1993.

    (112) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on February 9, 1994, and April 14, 1995, concerning emissions banking, trading, and averaging.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated February 9, 1994, and March 29, 1995, submitting revisions to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Regulations 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(1); 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(2); 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(3), except 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(3)(e)5.h; and, 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(5); effective on January 1, 1994. Also, regulations 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(4); 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix B(6); 310 CMR 7.18(2)(b); 310 CMR 7.19(2)(d); 310 CMR 7.19(2)(g); and, 310 CMR 7.19(14); effective on January 27, 1995.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter and attachments from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated February 8, 1996, submitting supplemental information concerning the demonstration of balance between credit creation and credit use.

    (113) A revision to the Massachusetts SIP regarding ozone monitoring. The Commonwealth of Massachusetts will modify its SLAMS and its NAMS monitoring systems to include a PAMS network design and establish monitoring sites. The Commonwealth's SIP revision satisfies 40 CFR 58.20(f) PAMS requirements.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts PAMS Network Plan, which incorporates PAMS into the ambient air quality monitoring network of State or Local Air Monitoring Stations (SLAMS) and National Air Monitoring Stations (NAMS).

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated December 30, 1993 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (114) The Commonwealth of Massachusetts' March 27, 1996 submittal for an enhanced motor vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) program, as amended on June 27, 1996 and July 29, 1996, and November 1, 1996, is conditionally approved based on certain contingencies, for an interim period to last eighteen months. If the Commonwealth fails to start its program according to schedule, or by November 15, 1997 at the latest, this conditional approval will convert to a disapproval after EPA sends a letter to the state. If the Commonwealth fails to satisfy the following conditions within 12 months of this rulemaking, this conditional approval will automatically convert to a disapproval as explained under section 110(k) of the Clean Air Act.

    (i) The conditions for approvability are as follows:

    (A) The time extension program as described and committed to in the March 3, 1997 letter from Massachusetts must be further defined and submitted to EPA as a SIP revision by no later than one year after the effective date of this interim approval. Another program which meets the requirements of 40 CFR 51.360 (Waivers and Compliance via Diagnostic Inspection) and provides for no more than a 1% waiver rate would also be approvable.

    (B) Other major deficiencies as described in the proposal must also be corrected in 40 CFR 51.351 (Enhanced I/M Performance Standard), §51.354 (Adequate Tools and Resources), §51.357 (Test Procedures and Standards), §51.359 (Quality Control), and §51.363 (Quality Assurance). The Commonwealth, committed in a letter dated March 3, 1997 to correct these deficiencies within one year of conditional interim approval by EPA.

    (ii) In addition to the above conditions for approval, the Commonwealth must correct several minor, or de minimis deficiencies related to CAA requirements for enhanced I/M. Although satisfaction of these deficiencies does not affect the conditional approval status of the Commonwealth's rulemaking granted under the authority of section 110 of the Clean Air Act, these deficiencies must be corrected in the final I/M SIP revision prior to the end of the 18-month interim period granted under the National Highway Safety Designation Act of 1995:

    (A) The SIP lacks a detailed description of the program evaluation element as required under 40 CFR 51.353;

    (B) The SIP lacks a detailed description of the test frequency and convenience element required under 40 CFR 51.355;

    (C) The SIP lacks a detailed description of the number and types of vehicles included in the program as required under 40 CFR 51.356;

    (D) The SIP lacks a detailed information concerning the enforcement process, and a commitment to a compliance rate to be maintained in practice required under 40 CFR 51.361.

    (E) The SIP lacks the details of the enforcement oversight program including quality control and quality assurance procedures to be used to insure the effective overall performance of the enforcement system as required under 40 CFR 51.362;

    (F) The SIP lacks a detailed description of procedures for enforcement against contractors, stations and inspectors as required under 40 CFR 51.364;

    (G) The SIP lacks a detailed description of data analysis and reporting provisions as required under 40 CFR 51.366;

    (H) The SIP lacks a public awareness plan as required by 40 CFR 51.368; and

    (I) The SIP lacks provisions for notifying motorists of required recalls prior to inspection of the vehicle as required by 40 CFR 51.370.

    (iii) EPA is also approving this SIP revision under section 110(k), for its strengthening effect on the plan.

    (115) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on October 17, 1997 and July 30, 1996.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) 310 CMR 7.24(8) “Marine Volatile Organic Liquid Transfer” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on October 5, 1997.

    (B) Definition of “volatile organic compound” in 310 CMR 7.00 “Definitions” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on June 28, 1996.

    (C) Definition of “waterproofing sealer” in 310 CMR 7.25 “Best Available Controls for Consumer and Commercial Products” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on June 28, 1996.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

    (116) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 9, 2000, September 11, 2000 and July 25, 1995.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) 310 CMR 7.24(6) “Dispensing of Motor Vehicle Fuel,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on September 29, 2000.

    (B) 310 CMR 7.00 definitions of the following terms associated with 310 CMR 7.24(6) and effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on September 29, 2000: “commence operation”; “emergency situation”; “executive order”; “Stage II system”; “substantial modification”; “vacuum assist system”; and “vapor balance system.”

    (C) 310 CMR 7.00 definitions of the following terms associated with 310 CMR 7.24(6) and effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on June 30, 1995: “emergency motor vehicle;” and “tank truck.”

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

    (117) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on February 17, 1993.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated February 17, 1993 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Regulations 310 CMR 7.00, Definitions; 310 CMR 7.03(13), Paint spray booths; 310 CMR 7.18(2), Compliance with emission limitations; 310 CMR 7.18(7), Automobile surface coating; 310 CMR 7.18(8), Solvent Metal Degreasing; 310 CMR 7.18(11), Surface coating of miscellaneous metal parts and products; 310 CMR 7.18(12), Graphic arts; 310 CMR 7.18(17), Reasonable available control technology (as it applies to the Springfield ozone nonattainment area only); 310 CMR 7.18(20), Emission control plans for implementation of reasonably available control technology; 310 CMR 7.18(21), Surface coating of plastic parts; 310 CMR 7.18(22), Leather surface coating; 310 CMR 7.18(23), Wood products surface coating; 310 CMR 7.18(24), Flat wood paneling surface coating; 310 CMR 7.18(25), Offset lithographic printing; 310 CMR 7.18(26), Textile finishing; 310 CMR 7.18(27), Coating mixing tanks; and 310 CMR 7.24(3), Distribution of motor vehicle fuel all effective on February 12, 1993.

    (118) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on December 19, 1997.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated December 19, 1997 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Regulation 310 CMR 7.27, NOX Allowance Program, effective on June 27, 1997.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated March 9, 1998 clarifying the program implementation process.

    (119) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 15, 1994, October 4, 1996, December 2, 1996, January 11, 1999, and April 16, 1999.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated July 15, 1994, October 4, 1996, December 2, 1996, January 11, 1999, and April 16, 1999 submitting revisions to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Regulation, 310 CMR 7.19, “Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for Sources of Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX)” as adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on June 29, 1994 and effective on July 1, 1994.

    (C) Emission Control Plan for Specialty Minerals, Incorporated, in Adams, issued by Massachusetts and effective on June 16, 1995.

    (D) Emission Control Plan for Monsanto Company's Indian Orchard facility in Springfield, issued by Massachusetts and effective on October 28, 1996.

    (E) Emission Control Plan for Turners Falls Limited Partnership/Indeck Energy Services Turners Falls, Inc., in Montague, issued by Massachusetts and effective on March 10, 1998.

    (F) Emission Control Plan for Medusa Minerals Company in Lee, issued by Massachusetts and effective on April 17, 1998.

    (G) Regulation 310 CMR 7.08(2), “Municipal Waste Combustors, adopted on July 24, 1998 and effective on August 21, 1998, excluding the following sections which were not submitted as part of the SIP revision: (a); the definition of “Material Separation Plan” in (c); (d)1; (d)2; (d)3; (d)4; (d)5; (d)6; (d)8; (f)1; (f)2; (f)5; (f)6; (f)7; (g)1; (g)2; (g)3; (g)4; (h)2.a; (h)2.b; (h)2.d; (h)2.e; (h)2.g; (h)2.h; (h)4; (h)5.a; (h)5.c; (h)5.d; (h)9; (h)10; (h)13; (i)1.b; (i)1.g; (i)2.c; (i)2.d; (i)2.e; and (k)3.

    (H) Amendments to regulation 310 CMR 7.19, “Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for Sources of Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX)” as adopted by the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on January 5, 1999 and effective on January 22, 1999.

    (120) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 25, 1990.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) 310 CMR 6.04, 7.00, and 8.02 and 8.03 (August 17, 1990).

    (121) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on January 11, 1995 and March 29, 1995.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Definitions of “combustion device,” “leak,” “leaking component,” “lightering or lightering operation,” “loading event,” “marine tank vessel,” “marine terminal,” “marine vessel,” “organic liquid,” and “recovery device” in 310 CMR 7.00 “Definitions” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on January 27, 1995.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Nonregulatory portions of the submittal.

    (122) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on May 14, 1999, February 1, 2000 and March 15, 2000.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Regulation 310 CMR 60.02 entitled “Regulations for the Enhanced Motor Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance Program” which became effective on October 1, 1999, and a September 17, 1999, Notice of Correction submitted by the Secretary of State indicating the effective date of the regulations.

    (B) Sections 4.01, 4.02, 4.03, 4.04(1), (2), (3), (5), (15) 4.05(1), (2), (12)(d), (12)(e), (12)(o) 4.07, 4.08, and 4.09 of Regulation 540 CMR 4.00 entitled “Periodic Annual Staggered Safety and Combined Safety and Emissions Inspection of All Motor Vehicles, Trailers, Semi-trailers and Converter Dollies' which became effective on May 28, 1999.”

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated May 14, 1999, February 1, 2000, and March 15, 2000, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Test Procedures and Equipment Specifications submitted on February 1, 2000.

    (C) Acceptance Test Protocol submitted on March 15, 2000.

    (123) [Reserved]

    (124) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 19, 1999.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Amendments revising regulatory language in 310 CMR 7.19(13)(b), Continuous Emission Monitoring Systems, which became effective on December 10, 1999.

    (B) Amendments to 310 CMR 7.27, NOX Allowance Program, adding paragraphs 7.27(6)(m), 7.27(9)(b), 7.27(11)(o), 7.27(11)(p) and 7.27(15)(e), which became effective December 10, 1999.

    (C) Regulations 310 CMR 7.28, NOX Allowance Trading Program, which became effective on December 10, 1999.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Department of Environmental Protection dated November 19, 1999, submitting amendment to SIP.

    (B) Background Document and Technical Support for Public Hearings on the Proposed Revisions to the State Implementation Plan for Ozone, July, 1999.

    (C) Supplemental Background Document and Technical Support for Public Hearings on Modifications to the July 1999 Proposal to Revise the State Implementation Plan for Ozone, September, 1999.

    (D) Table of Unit Allocations.

    (E) Letter from the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, Executive Office of Environmental Affairs, Department of Environmental Protection dated April 10, 2002.

    (F) The SIP narrative “Technical Support Document for Public Hearings on Revisions to the State Implementation Plan for Ozone for Massachusetts, Amendments to Statewide Projected Inventory for Nitrogen Oxides,” dated March 2002.

    (125)-(126) [Reserved]

    (127) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 15, 1994 and April 14, 1995.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts Amendments to 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix A entitled, “Emission Offsets and Nonattainment Review,” effective July 1, 1994.

    (B) Massachusetts Amendments to 310 CMR 7.00 Appendix A entitled, “Emission Offsets and Nonattainment Review” paragraph (3)(g) effective July 1, 1994.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letters from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated July 15, 1994 and March 29, 1995 submitting revisions to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (128) [Reserved]

    (129) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on February 17, 1993, April 16, 1999, and October 7, 1999.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) 310 CMR 7.18(17) “Reasonable Available Control Technology,” as it applies to the eastern Massachusetts ozone nonattainment area, effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on February 12, 1993.

    (B) Plan Approval issued by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to the Gillette Company Andover Manufacturing Plant on June 17, 1999.

    (C) Plan Approval issued by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to Norton Company on August 5, 1999 and letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated October 7, 1999, identifying the effective date of this plan approval.

    (D) Plan Approval issued by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to Rex Finishing Incorporated on May 10, 1991 and letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated April 16, 1999, identifying the effective date of this plan approval.

    (E) Plan Approval issued by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to Barnet Corporation on May 14, 1991.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated April 16, 1999, submitting negative declarations for certain VOC source categories.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated July 24, 2002, discussing wood furniture manufacturing and aerospace coating requirements in Massachusetts.

    (C) 310 CMR 7.02 BACT plan approvals issued by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection to Solutia, Saloom Furniture, Eureka Manufacturing, Moduform, Polaroid, and Globe.

    (130) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on December 8, 2000 and December 26, 2000.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts State Regulation 310 CMR 7.30 “Massport/Logan Airport Parking Freeze,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on December 22, 2000.

    (B) Massachusetts State Regulation 310 CMR 7.31 “City of Boston/East Boston Parking Freeze,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on December 22, 2000.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated December 8, 2000 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated December 26, 2000 submitting the final state certified copies of State regulations 310 CMR 7.30 “Massport/Logan Airport Parking Freeze” and 310 CMR 7.31 “City of Boston/East Boston Parking Freeze.”

    (131) [Reserved]

    (132) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan regarding the Low Emission Vehicle Program submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on August 9 and August 26, 2002.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated August 9, 2002, in which it submitted the Low Emission Vehicle Program adopted on December 24, 1999.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated August 26, 2002 which clarified the August 9, 2002 submittal to exclude certain sections of the Low Emission Vehicle Program from consideration.

    (C) December 24, 1999 version of 310 CMR 7.40, the “Low Emission Vehicle Program” except for 310 CMR 7.40(2)(a)5, 310 CMR 7.40(2)(a)6, 310 CMR 7.40(2)(c)3, 310 CMR 7.40(10), and 310 CMR 7.40(12).

    (133) [Reserved]

    (134) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on July 12, 2006.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.38, entitled “Certification of Tunnel Ventilation Systems in the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control District,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on December 30, 2005.

    (B) Massachusetts Regulation Filing, dated December 13, 2005, amending 310 CMR 7.38 entitled “Certification of Tunnel Ventilation Systems in the Metropolitan Boston Air Pollution Control District.”

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated July 12, 2006, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (135) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on March 30, 2007.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) 310 CMR 7.32 entitled “Massachusetts Clean Air Interstate Rule (Mass CAIR),” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on May 4, 2007.

    (B) Amendments to 310 CMR 7.28 entitled “NOX Allowance Trading Program,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on May 4, 2007.

    (C) Massachusetts Regulation Filing, dated April 19, 2007, amending 310 CMR 7.28 entitled “NOX Allowance Trading Program,” and adopting 310 CMR 7.32 entitled “Massachusetts Clean Air Interstate Rule (Mass CAIR).”

    (136) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on December 13, 2006 and June 1, 2007.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.00 entitled “Definitions,” adding the definition for the term “Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on December 1, 2006.

    (B) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.36 entitled “Transit System Improvements,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on December 1, 2006.

    (C) Massachusetts Regulation Filing, dated November 16, 2006, substantiating December 1, 2006, State effective date for amended 310 CMR 7.00 entitled “Definition,” (addition of term “Boston Metropolitan Planning Organization,” which appears on the replaced page 173 of the State's Code of Massachusetts Regulations,) and 310 CMR 7.36 entitled “Transit System Improvements.”

    (ii) Additional Materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated December 13, 2006 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated June 1, 2007 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (C) Letter from the Massachusetts Executive Office of Transportation dated September 4, 2007 identifying its commitment to the Green Line extension and to make every effort to accelerate the planning, design and environmental review and permitting of the project in order to work towards the 2014 completion date.

    (D) Letter from the Chair of the Boston Region Metropolitan Planning Organization dated May 1, 2008 concurring in the finding that the transit system improvements projects will achieve emission benefits equivalent to or greater than the benefits from the original transit system improvements projects being replaced.

    (E) Letter from EPA New England Regional Administrator dated July 5, 2008 concurring in the finding that the transit system improvements projects will achieve emission benefits equivalent to or greater than the benefits from the original transit system improvements projects being replaced.

    (137) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 1, 2009 and November 30, 2009.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Regulation 310 CMR 60.02 entitled “Massachusetts Motor Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Program,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on September 5, 2008, with the exception of subsection 310 CMR 60.02(24)(f).

    (B) Regulation 540 CMR 4.00 entitled “Annual Safety and Combined Safety and Emissions Inspection of All Motor Vehicles, Trailers, Semi-trailers and Converter Dollies,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on September 5, 2008.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated June 1, 2009, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (B) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated November 30, 2009, amending the June 1, 2009 State Implementation Plan submittal.

    (C) Massachusetts June 1, 2009 SIP Revision Table of Contents Item 7, “Documentation of IM SIP Revision consistent with 42 USC Section 7511a and Section 182(c)(3)(A) of the Clean Air Act.”

    (138) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 1, 2010.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.18(8), “U Solvent Metal Degreasing,” effective on March 6, 2009.

    (B) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.24(6), “U Dispensing of Motor Vehicle Fuel,” effective on March 1, 2009.

    (C) The definitions of the following terms contained in Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.00, “Statutory Authority; Legend; Preamble; Definitions,” effective on March 1, 2009: isolate; minor modification; routine maintenance; solvent metal degreasing; special and extreme solvent metal cleaning; substantial modification.

    (139) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan regarding Regional Haze submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on December 30, 2011, August 9, 2012, and August 28, 2012.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.00, “Definitions,” amended definition of SULFUR IN FUEL, effective August 3, 2012.

    (B) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.05, “U Fuels All Districts,” effective August 3, 2012, with the following exceptions which are not applicable to the Massachusetts Alternative to BART:

    (1) 310 CMR 7.05(1)(a)(3);

    (2) 310 CMR 7.05(2) through (4); and

    (3) 310 CMR 7.05(7) through (9).

    (C) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.29, “Emissions Standards for Power Plants,” effective on January 25, 2008 (which includes previous sections effective on June 29, 2007), with the following exceptions which are not applicable to the Massachusetts Alternative to BART:

    (1) In 310 CMR 7.29(1), the reference to mercury (Hg), carbon monoxide (CO), carbon dioxide (CO2), and fine particulate matter (PM2.5) in the first sentence and the phrase “.  .  . and CO2 and establishing a cap on CO2 and Hg emissions from affected facilities. CO2 emissions standards set forth in 310 CMR 7.29(5)(a)5.a. and b. shall not apply to emissions that occur after December 31, 2008” in the second sentence;

    (2) In 310 CMR 7.29(2), the definitions of Alternate Hg Designated Representative, Automated Acquisition and Handling System or DAHS, Mercury (Hg) Designated Representative, Mercury Continuous Emission Monitoring System or Mercury CEMS, Mercury Monitoring System, Sorbent Trap Monitoring System, and Total Mercury;

    (3) 310 CMR 7.29(5)(a)(3) through (5)(a)(6);

    (4) In 310 CMR 7.29(5)(b)(1), reference to compliance with the mercury emissions standard in the second sentence;

    (5) 310 CMR 7.29(6)(a)(3) through (6)(a)(4);

    (6) 310 CMR 7.29(6)(b)(10);

    (7) 310 CMR 7.29(6)(h)(2);

    (8) The third and fourth sentences in 310 CMR 7.29(7)(a);

    (9) In 310 CMR 7.29(7)(b)(1), the reference to CO2 and mercury;

    (10) In 310 CMR 7.29(7)(b)(1)(a), the reference to CO2 and mercury;

    (11) 310 CMR 7.29(7)(b)(1)(b) through 7.29(7)(b)(1)(d);

    (12) In 310 CMR 7.29(7)(b)(3), the reference to CO2 and mercury;

    (13) In 310 CMR 7.29(7)(b)(4)(b), the reference to CO2 and mercury; and

    (14) 310 CMR 7.29(7)(e) through 7.29(7)(i).

    (D) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.26, “Industry Performance Standards, Outdoor Hydronic Heaters” paragraphs (50) through (54) and related footnotes effective December 26, 2008.

    (1) 310 CMR 7.26(50) Outdoor Hydronic Heaters—Applicability;

    (2) 310 CMR 7.26(51) Definitions;

    (3) 310 CMR 7.26(52) Requirements for Operators;

    (4) 310 CMR 7.26(53) Requirements for Sellers; and

    (5) 310 CMR 7.26(54) Requirements for Manufacturers.

    (E) The sulfur dioxide (SO2), oxides of nitrogen (NOX), and PM2.5 provisions of the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Emission Control Plan “Saugus—Metropolitan, Boston/Northeast Region, 310 CMR 7.08(2)—Municipal Waste Combustors, Application No. MBR-98-ECP-006, Transmittal No. W003302, Emission Control Plan Modified Final Approval” dated March 14, 2012 to Mr. Jairaj Gosine, Wheelabrator Saugus, Inc. and signed by Cosmo Buttaro and James E. Belsky, with the following exceptions which are not applicable to the Massachusetts Alternative to BART.

    (1) In Table 2, the EU1 and EU2 Unit Load Restriction/Operating Practices;

    (2) In Table 2, the EU1 and EU2 Emission Limit/Standard for Opacity, HCl, Dioxin/Furon, Cd, Pb, CO, Hg, NH3, and associated footnotes;

    (3) In Table 2, EU3 Fugitive Ash requirement and associated footnote.

    (4) In Table 2, Footnote 1 which is a State Only Requirement.

    (F) The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Emission Control Plan “Lynn—Metropolitan, Boston/Northeast Region, 310 CMR 7.19, Application No. MBR-94-COM-008, Transmittal No. X235617, Modified Emission Control Plan Final Approval” dated March 24, 2011 to Ms. Jolanta Wojas, General Electric Aviation and signed by Marc Altobelli and James E. Belsky. Note, this document contains two section V; V. RECORD KEEPING AND REPORTING REQUIREMENTS and V. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS/PROVISIONS.

    (G) The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Emission Control Plan, “Holyoke Western Region 310 CMR 7.29 Power Plant Emission Standards, Application No. 1-E-01-072, Transmittal No. W025214, Amended Emission Control Plan” dated May 15, 2009 to Mr. John S. Murry, Mt. Tom Generating Company, LLC and signed by Marc Simpson, with the following exceptions which are not applicable to the Massachusetts Alternative to BART:

    (1) In Table 2, the EU 1 Emission Limit/Standard for Hg, CO, CO2, and PM2.5 and related footnotes;

    (2) In Table 3, the EU1 Monitoring/Testing Requirements for CO2, CO, PM2.5, and Hg;

    (3) In Table 4, the EU 1 Record Keeping Requirements for CO2, CO, PM2.5, and Hg;

    (4) In Table 5, the EU1 Reporting Requirements for Hg;

    (5) In Table 5, the Facility Reporting requirements

    (6) In Table 6, the Compliance Paths for Hg and CO2 and related footnote;

    (7) In Section 4, Special Conditions for ECP, Item 4, applicable to CO2;

    (8) Section 6, Modification to the ECP;

    (9) Section 7, Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act; and

    (10) Section 8, Appeal of Approval.

    (H) The Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Emission Control Plan “Salem—Metropolitan Boston/Northeast Region, 310 CMR 7.29 Power Plant Emission Standards, Application No. NE-12-003, Transmittal No. X241756, Final Amended Emission Control Plan Approval” dated March 27, 2012 to Mr. Lamont W. Beaudette, Dominion Energy Salem Harbor, LLC and signed by Edward J. Braczyk, Cosmo Buttaro, and James E. Belsky with the following exceptions which are not applicable to the Massachusetts Alternative to BART:

    (1) In Table 2, the EU 1, EU 2, and EU 3 Emission Limit/Standard for Hg and related footnotes;

    (2) In Table 2, the EU 1, EU 2, EU 3, and EU 4 Emission Limit/Standard for CO, CO2, PM2.5 and related footnotes;

    (3) In Table 3, the EU 1, EU 2, EU 3, and EU 4 Monitoring/Testing Requirements for CO2, CO, and PM2.5;

    (4) In Table 3, the EU 1, EU 2, and EU 3 Monitoring/Testing Requirements for Hg;

    (5) In Table 4, the EU 1, EU 2, EU 3, and EU 4 Record Keeping Requirements for CO2, CO, and PM2.5;

    (6) In Table 4, the EU 1, EU 2, and EU 3 Record Keeping Requirements for Hg;

    (7) In Table 5, the EU 1, EU 2, EU 3, and EU 4 Reporting Requirements for CO2;

    (8) In Table 5, the EU 1, EU 2, and EU 3 Reporting Requirements for Hg;

    (9) In Section 3, Compliance Schedule, the 3rd paragraph text which reads “In order to meet the regulatory Hg limits which are effective on October 1, 2012, the facility owner/operator has proposed using a combination strategy involving fuel mix optimization (for SO2 compliance but this action will benefit Hg compliance as well) and installation of a Calcium Bromide injection system. In order to meet the 310 CMR 7.29 CO2 emission targets, the Dominion Energy Salem Harbor, LLC facility owner/operator procured offset credits from both its Dominion Energy Brayton Point facility and third party contacts and paid into the Greenhouse Gas Expendable Trust;”

    (10) Section 6, Modification to the ECP;

    (11) Section 7, Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act; and

    (12) Section 8, Appeal of Approval.

    (I) Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection Emission Control Plan “Amended Emission Control Plan Final Approval Application for: BWP AQ 25, 310 CMR 7.29 Power Plant Emission Standards, Transmittal Number X241755, Application Number SE-12-003, Source Number: 1200061” dated April 12, 2012 to Peter Balkus, Dominion Energy Brayton Point, LLC and signed by John K. Winkler, with the following exceptions which are not applicable to the Massachusetts Alternative to BART:

    (1) In Table 2, the EU 1, EU 2, and EU 3 Emission Limit/Standard for Hg;

    (2) In Table 2, the EU 1, EU 2, EU 3, EU 4 Emission Limit/Standard for CO, CO2, PM2.5 and related footnotes;

    (3) In Table 3, the EU 1, EU 2, EU 3, and EU 4 Monitoring/Testing Requirements for CO2, Hg, CO, and PM2.5;

    (4) In Table 3, the EU 1, EU 2, and EU 3 Monitoring/Testing Requirements for Hg;

    (5) In Table 4, the EU 1, EU 2, EU 3, and EU 4 Record Keeping Requirements for CO2, Hg, CO, and PM2.5;

    (6) In Table 4, the EU 1, EU 2, and EU 3 Record Keeping Requirements for Hg;

    (7) In Table 5, the EU 1, EU 2, and EU 3 Reporting Requirements for Hg and CEMS monitoring and certification;

    (8) In Table 5, the Facility Reporting Requirements;

    (9) In Table 6, the Compliance Path for CO2, and Hg;

    (10) In Section 4, Special Conditions for ECP, the CO2 requirement in Item 2;

    (11) Section 6, Modification to the ECP;

    (12) Section 7, Massachusetts Environmental Policy Act; and

    (13) Section 8, Appeal of Approval.

    (J) Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection letter “Facility Shutdown, FMF Facility No. 316744” dated June 22, 2011 to Jeff Araujo, Somerset Power LLC and signed by John K. Winkler.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) “Massachusetts Regional Haze State Implementation Plan” dated August 9, 2012.

    (140) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on Protection on August 9, 2001, September 14, 2006, and February 18, 2008.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Provision 310 CMR 7.12(1)(a)1 of 310 CMR 7.12, “U Source Registration” effective on August 3, 2001.

    (B) Provisions 310 CMR 7.12(2)(c), 7.12(3), and 7.12(4) of 310 CMR 7.12, “U Source Registration” effective on September 23, 2005.

    (C) Provision 310 CMR 7.00, Table entitled, “Massachusetts Cities & Towns with Corresponding DEP Regional Offices and Air Pollution Districts” effective on December 28, 2007.

    (D) Provisions 310 CMR 7.04(2) and 7.04(4)(a) of 310 CMR 7.04, “U Fossil Fuel Utilization Facilities” effective on December 28, 2007.

    (E) Provisions 310 CMR 7.12(1)(a)2 through 9, (1)(b), (1)(c), (2)(a) and (b) of 310 CMR 7.12, “U Source Registration” effective on December 28, 2007.

    (F) Provisions 310 CMR 7.26(30) through (37) of 310 CMR 7.26 “Industry Performance Standards” effective on December 28, 2007.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) A letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated August 9, 2001 submitting a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

    (B) A letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated September 14, 2006 submitting a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

    (C) A letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated February 13, 2008 submitting a revision to the State Implementation Plan.

    (D) A letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated January 18, 2013 withdrawing certain outdated and obsolete regulation submittals and replacing them with currently effective versions of the regulation for approval and inclusion into the SIP.

    (141) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted to EPA by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.00, “Statutory Authority; Legend; Preamble; Definitions,” effective on August 3, 2001, the definition for compliance certification.

    (B) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.00, “Statutory Authority; Legend; Preamble; Definitions,” effective on September 23, 2005, the definitions for adhesion promoter, Administrator, anti-glare safety coating, aqueous cleaner, automotive refinishing facility, bakery, capture efficiency, CEMS, CFR, combined cycle combustion turbine, dry bottom, duct burner, elastomeric coating, emergency or standby engine, emission statement, energy input capacity, EPA, existing facility, face firing, facility, federally enforceable, federal potential to emit or federal potential emissions, ferrous cupola foundry, four-stage coating system, fuel cell, fugitive emissions, glass, glass melting furnace, halogenated organic compound, hardener, hazardous air pollutant (HAP), heat release rate, impact-resistant coating, lean burn engine, lowest achievable emission rate (LAER), malfunction, maximum achievable control technology, maximum design capacity, mobile equipment, MW, natural draft opening, nonattainment area, nonattainment review, non-criteria pollutant, potential emissions or potential to emit, pretreatment wash primer, primer sealer, primer surfacer, reducer, simple cycle combustion turbine, single-stage topcoat, soap, specialty coating, stationary combustion turbine, stationary reciprocating internal combustion engine, stencil coating, stoker, surface preparation product, tangential firing, three-stage coating system, touch-up coating, two-stage topcoat, underbody coating, uniform finish blender.

    (C) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.00, “Statutory Authority; Legend; Preamble; Definitions,” effective on June 2, 2006, the definitions for water hold-out coating, weld-through primer, VOC composite partial pressure.

    (D) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.05, “U Fuels All Districts,” paragraph (2), “U Use of Residual Fuel Oil or Hazardous Waste Fuel,” effective on September 23, 2005.

    (E) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.18, “U Volatile and Halogenated Organic Compounds,” effective on September 23, 2005, paragraph (1), “U Applicability and Handling Requirements,” subparagraphs (a) and (c) through (f); paragraph (2), “U Compliance with Emission Limitations” (as corrected in Massachusetts Register 1037, October 21, 2005); paragraph (3), U Metal Furniture Coating, subparagraph (a); paragraph (4), U Metal Can Surface Coating, subparagraph (a); paragraph (11), “U Surface Coating of Miscellaneous Metal Parts and Products,” subparagraphs (a) through (d)(4.); paragraph (19), “Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacture,” subparagraphs (h) and (i); paragraph (20), “Emission Control Plans for Implementation of Reasonably Available Control Technology;” paragraph (21), “Surface Coating of Plastic Parts,” subparagraphs (a) through (d) and (f) through (i); paragraph (22), “Leather Surface Coating,” subparagraphs (a) through (c); paragraph (23), “Wood Products Surface Coating,” subparagraphs (b) through (i); paragraph (24), “Flat Wood Paneling Surface Coating,” subparagraphs (a) through (c) and subparagraphs (h) and (i); paragraph (25), “Offset Lithographic Printing,” subparagraphs (a) through (c); paragraph (26), “Textile Finishing,” subparagraphs (c) through (i); paragraph (27), “Coating Mixing Tanks;” paragraph (28), “Automotive Refinishing,” and paragraph (29), “Bakeries,” subparagraph (c) 2.

    (F) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.19, “U Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for Sources of Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX),” effective on August 3, 2001; paragraph (1), “Applicability,” subparagraph (c) 9. (as corrected in Massachusetts Register 938, January 4, 2002); paragraph (4), “Large Boilers,” subparagraphs (b)3.d. (as corrected in Massachusetts Register 938, January 4, 2002), (c) 2., and (f); paragraph (5), “Medium-size Boilers,” subparagraph (d).

    (G) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.19, “U Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for Sources of Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX),” paragraph (13), “Testing, Monitoring, Recordkeeping, and Reporting Requirements,” subparagraphs (a), “Applicability,” and (c), “Stack Testing”, effective September 23, 2005.

    (H) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.24, “U Organic Material Storage and Distribution,” subparagraph (1), “Organic Material Storage Tanks,” effective September 23, 2005.

    (I) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.24, “U Organic Material Storage and Distribution,” subparagraph (4), “Motor Vehicle Fuel Tank Trucks,” effective June 2, 2006.

    (142) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.00, “Statutory Authority; Legend; Preamble; Definitions,” the definition for volatile organic compound, effective on March 6, 2009.

    (B) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.00, Appendix B, “U Emissions Banking, Trading, and Averaging,” section (4), “Emissions Averaging (Bubble),” paragraph (b)7, effective August 30, 2013.

    (C) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.18, “U Volatile and Halogenated Organic Compounds,” section (1), “U Applicability and Handling Requirements,” paragraphs (d) and (f); section (2), “U Compliance with Emission Limitations,” paragraphs (b), (e), and (f); section (20), “Emission Control Plans for Implementation of Reasonably Available Control Technology,” paragraph (a); and section (30), “Adhesives and Sealants;” effective August 30, 2013.

    (D) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.19, “U Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for Sources of Oxides of Nitrogen (NOX),” section (1), “Applicability,” paragraph (c)9, effective August 30, 2013.

    (E) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.25, “U Best Available Controls for Consumer and Commercial Products,” effective October 19, 2007.

    (143) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on November 6, 2013.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Massachusetts Regulation 310 CMR 7.36 entitled “U Transit System Improvements,” effective in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts on October 25, 2013.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection dated November 6, 2013 submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (144) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on May 5, 2015.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Regulation 310 CMR 7.00 entitled “Air Pollution Control: Definitions,” the definitions listed below, effective January 2, 2015, as published in the Massachusetts Register, Issue S1277, January 2, 2015:

    (1) Aboveground Storage Tank or AST;

    (2) Business Day;

    (3) California Air Resources Board (or California ARB or CARB);

    (4) Commence Operations;

    (5) Emergency Motor Vehicle;

    (6) Emergency Situation;

    (7) Executive Order;

    (8) Minor Modification;

    (9) Monthly Throughput;

    (10) Motor Vehicle;

    (11) Motor Vehicle Fuel;

    (12) Motor Vehicle Fuel Dispensing Facility;

    (13) Responsible Official;

    (14) Routine Maintenance;

    (15) Stage I CARB Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) Component or EVR;

    (16) Stage I CARB Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) System;

    (17) Stage I Component Enhanced Vapor Recovery (EVR) System;

    (18) Stage I Minor Modification;

    (19) Stage I Non-Enhanced Vapor Recovery System;

    (20) Stage I Routine Maintenance;

    (21) Stage I Substantial Modification;

    (22) Stage I System;

    (23) Stage II Minor Modification;

    (24) Stage II Routine Maintenance;

    (25) Stage II Substantial Modification;

    (26) Stage II System;

    (27) Submerged Filling;

    (28) Tank Truck;

    (29) Vacuum Assist System;

    (30) Vapor;

    (31) Vapor Balance System;

    (32) Vapor-Mounted Seal; and

    (33) Vapor-Tight.

    (B) Regulation 310 CMR 7.24, “Organic Material Storage and Distribution,” the sections listed below, effective January 2, 2015, as published in the Massachusetts Register, Issue S1277, January 2, 2015:

    (1) 7.24(3) “Distribution of Motor Vehicle Fuel”;

    (2) 7.24(4) “Motor Vehicle Fuel Tank Trucks”; and

    (3) 7.24(6) “Dispensing of Motor Vehicle Fuel”.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, dated May 5, 2015, submitting a revision to the Massachusetts State Implementation Plan.

    (145) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on December 14, 2007. The submittal consists of an Infrastructure SIP for the 1997 ozone national ambient air quality standard.

    (146) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on December 4, 2012. The submittal consists of an Infrastructure SIP for the 2008 lead national ambient air quality standard.

    (147) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan submitted by the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection on June 6, 2014. The submittal consists of Infrastructure SIPs for the 2008 ozone, 2010 NO2, and 2010 SO2 national ambient air quality standards.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Section 6, “Financial interest of state employee, relative, or associates; disclosure,” of the Massachusetts General Laws Annotated, chapter 268A, “Conduct of Public Officials and Employees,” as amended by Statute 1978, chapter 210, §9.

    (B) Section 6A, “Conflict of interest of public officials; reporting requirement,” of the Massachusetts General Laws Annotated, chapter 268A, “Conduct of Public Officials and Employees,” as amended by Statute 1984, chapter 189, §163.

    [37 FR 10871, May 31, 1972. Redesignated at 83 FR 3967, Jan. 29, 2018]

[37 FR 10871, May 31, 1972. Redesignated at 83 FR 3967, Jan. 29, 2018