§ 52.1894 Original Identification of plan section.  


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  • (a) This section identifies the original “Air Implementation Plan for the State of Ohio” and all revisions submitted by Ohio that were federally approved prior to September 1, 2015.

    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 31, 1972.

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

    (1) Request for extensions and a revision of monitoring network was submitted on March 20, 1972, by the Ohio Air Pollution Control Board.

    (2) State provisions for making emissions data available to the public was outlined in a letter of May 8, 1972, by the Ohio Department of Health.

    (3) On May 9, 1972, the State provided assurance that action is being taken in the Assembly to secure authority for controlling auto emissions.

    (4) Amendments to air pollution regulations AP-3-11, 12, 13, 14, and AP-9-04 were forwarded on July 7, 1972, by the Governor.

    (5) Revisions to AP-2-01, 02, 04, 05; AP-3-01, 08, 09, 13; AP-9-01, 02, 03 were submitted on August 4, 1972 by the Governor.

    (6) New regulations AP-13-01 and 13-02 were submitted on October 12, 1972 by the Governor.

    (7) Letter from the Director of the Ohio EPA was submitted on June 6, 1973, indicating that portions of AP-3-11, and AP-3-12 are for informational purposes only.

    (8) The Governor of Ohio submitted on July 2, 1973, the “Implementation Plan to Achieve Ambient Air Quality Standard for Photochemical Oxidant in the Cincinnati Air Quality Control Region” and the “Implementation Plan to Achieve Ambient Air Quality Standard for Photochemical Oxidant in the Toledo Air Quality Control Region.”

    (9) The Governor of Ohio submitted on July 24, 1973, the “Implementation Plan to Achieve Ambient Air Quality Standards for Photochemical Oxidants—Dayton Air Quality Control Region.”

    (10) On January 25, 1974, Ohio submitted a secondary particulate plan for three AQCR's in Ohio.

    (11) On July 16, 1975, Ohio submitted regulations revising the attainment dates for particulate matter, nitrogen oxides, carbon monoxide, hydrocarbons and photochemical oxidants.

    (12) The Governor of Ohio submitted on May 30, 1974 and August 10, 1976, revisions to the Ohio Implementation for the control of open burning.

    (13) Consent and Abatement Order regarding Columbus and Southern Ohio Electric Company's Picway Units 3 and 4, submitted by Governor on October 17, 1975, supplemented on November 17, 1976 and June 1, 1977.

    (14) On July 27, 1979 the State submitted its nonattainment area plan for specific areas designated as nonattainment for ozone and carbon monoxide in the March 3, 1978 and October 5, 1978 Federal Registers (43 FR 8962 and 43 FR 45993). The submittal contained Ohio's Part D nonattainment plans for the following ozone and carbon monoxide urban nonattainment areas: Akron, Canton, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Dayton, Steubenville and Toledo. The submittal contained transportation control plans and demonstrations of attainment (for carbon monoxide and/or ozone) for each of the above mentioned urban nonattainment areas. Regulations for the control of volatile organic compound emissions were not included with this submittal but were submitted separately on September 13, 1979.

    (15) On September 13, 1979, the State submitted regulations for the control of volatile organic compound and carbon monoxide emissions from stationary sources.

    (16) On December 28, 1979, the State amended the attainment demonstration submitted on July 27, 1979 for the Cleveland Urban area. On November 24, 1980 and July 21, 1981, the State submitted additional information on the transportation control plans for the Cleveland Urban area.

    (17) On January 8, 1980, the State amended the carbon monoxide attainment demonstration submitted on July 27, 1979 for the Steubenville urban area.

    (18) On January 15, 1980, the State amended the attainment demonstrations submitted on July 27, 1979 for the urban areas of Cincinnati, Toledo and Dayton.

    (19) On April 7, 1980 the State of Ohio committed to correct the deficiencies presented in the March 10, 1980 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.

    (20) On April 15, 24, 28, May 27, July 23 and August 6, 1980 the State submitted comments on, technical support for, and commitments to correct the deficiencies cited in the March 10, 1980 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. In addition to this the May 27, 1980 letter also contained a commitment by the State to adopt and submit to USEPA by each subsequent January, reasonable available control technology requirements for sources covered by the control techniques guidelines published by USEPA the preceding January.

    (21) On December 28, 1979 the State of Ohio submitted its Part D carbon monoxide and ozone nonattainment area plan for the Youngstown urban area. The submittal contained transportation control plans and demonstrations of attainment (for carbon monoxide and/or ozone). On February 12, 1980 the State amended the ozone attainment demonstration submitted on December 28, 1979.

    (22) On June 12, 1980 and August 6, 1980, the State submitted technical support and commitments to correct the deficiencies cited in the May 16, 1980 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking. On November 20, 1980 and July 21, 1981, the State submitted additional information on implementor commitments for the Youngstown Urban area.

    (23) On May 8, 1979, Ohio submitted revisions to regulations 3745-25-01 through 3745-25-04 (previously codified as AP-11-01 through AP-11-04) containing emergency episode procedures.

    (24) On July 25, 1980 the State of Ohio submitted its Part D revision to the New Source Review portion of the State Implementation Plan. On September 25, 1980 the State submitted a response to the August 26, 1980 Federal Register notice of proposed rulemaking. The response contained information which corrects certain deficiencies and commits to correct by a specified date other deficiencies.

    (25) The following information was submitted to USEPA regarding the Ohio Sulfur Dioxide Standards

    (i) On February 12, 1980 the Director of the Ohio EPA submitted the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rules 3745-18-01 to 3745-18-94, Sulfur Dioxide Standards adopted on November 14, 1979 effective December 28, 1979.

    (ii) Ohio EPA sent technical support for the Ohio Sulfur Dioxide Standards on September 12, 1979, October 23, 1979, May 16, 1980, March 27, 1981, May 5, 1981, July 15, 1981 and September 24, 1981.

    (iii) The following regulations were withdrawn by the Governor of Ohio on May 16, 1980; OAC Rules 3745-18-08(H), 3745-18-15(B), 3745-18-53(E), 3745-18-63(K), 3745-18-77(B) and 3745-18-90(C). These rules are applicable to the following plants:

    (iv) The following regulations were withdrawn by the Governor of Ohio on December 19, 1980 only as it applies to the B.F. Goodrich Company, Avon Lake Chemical Plant in Lorain County; OAC 3745-18-53(A). These regulations are still applicable to other facilities in Lorain County.

    (v) The following regulations were withdrawn by the Governor of Ohio on February 13, 1981; OAC Rules 3745-18-49(J) which is applicable to the Ohio Rubber Company in Lake County and 3745-18-80(D) which is applicable to the Union Carbide Corporation in Seneca County.

    (vi) The Governor of Ohio submitted a revised OAC Rule 3745-18-80(D) which is applicable to the Union Carbide Corporation in Seneca County on April 30, 1981.

    (26) On February 8, 1980, the State of Ohio submitted a revision to provide for modification of the existing air quality surveillance network.

    (27) On February 18, and March 13, 1981, the Governor of Ohio submitted Rule 08 of Chapter 3745-17 of the Ohio Administrative Code for Middletown and the operating permits for the fugitive sources located at ARMCO's Middletown Works Plant.

    (28) On October 21 and November 21, 1980 the State submitted comments on, technical support for, and commitments to correct the deficiencies cited in the March 10, 1980 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.

    (29) On September 17, 1980 the State of Ohio submitted a vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) program developed for the urbanized area of Cleveland and the Ohio portion of the Cincinnati metropolitan area. On December 5, 1980 the State submitted comments on, and commitments for correcting, the deficiencies cited in the November 7, 1980 Supplemental Notice of Proposed Rulemaking.

    (30) On February 18, 1981, the State of Ohio committed itself to submit by December 31, 1981, the corrective materials for the Middletown, Ohio total suspended particulate plan.

    (31) On March 27, 1981 and March 10, 1982 the State of Ohio submitted revisions to the total suspended particulate (TSP) portion of its State Implementation Plan (SIP). These revisions are in the form of an alternative emissions reduction plan (bubble) for the General Motors (GM) Central Foundry located in Defiance County, Ohio. Incorporated into Ohio's SIP are the emission limitations, interim and final compliance milestones, control equipment requirements and testing procedures specified in the variances and permits submitted for the GM bubble.

    (32) On July 27, 1979, the State of Ohio submitted materials to satisfy the general requirements of the Clean Air Act under sections 110(a)(2)(K); 126, 127, and 128. On January 30, 1981, the State of Ohio also submitted an amended substitute Senate Bill 258, which was enacted into law on December 19, 1980, amending Ohio Revised Code 3704.

    (33) Revision to plan allowing Standard Oil Company of Ohio Toledo refinery variances from State Regulations 3745-21-09(M) (1) and (2) submitted April 10, 1981 by the State.

    (34) Revision to plan allowing Standard Oil Company of Ohio Lima refinery variance from State Regulation 3745-21-09(M)(2) submitted April 10, 1981 by the State.

    (35) On August 27, 1981, the State of Ohio submitted a variance for the Pipeline Working Tank at the ARCO Pipeline Refinery in Summit County, Ohio.

    (36)-(37) [Reserved]

    (38) The Governor of Ohio on June 15, 1981 submitted a revision to the ozone portion of the Ohio State Implementation Plan. This revision is for six coating lines located at the Speciality Materials Division of Fasson-Avery located in Lake County, Ohio.

    (39) On August 27, 1981, the State of Ohio submitted a variance for the Pipeline Working Tank at the ARCO Pipeline Refinery in Lucas County, Ohio.

    (40) On February 12, 1981, the State of Ohio submitted its Lead SIP Plan which contains a discussion of ambient monitoring results, an attainment demonstration and stationary and mobile source controls for lead.

    (41) On April 10, 1981, the Governor of Ohio submitted revised requirements for Republic Steel Corporation's Youngstown Sinter Plant.

    (42) On February 25, 1980, the State of Ohio submitted the revised Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rules 3745-35-01 through 3745-35-04 which set forth requirements for air permits to operate and variances. These rules were adopted on September 28, 1979 and became effective in Ohio on November 7, 1979. Rescinded in 2008; see paragraph (c)(156) of this section.

    (43) On February 12, 1981, the State of Ohio submitted adopted amended Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rules 3745-21-01, 04, 09 and 10, Emission Standards and Technology Requirements for Certain Sources of Volatile Organic Compounds Emissions. The following portions of these rules were withdrawn by the State of Ohio on March 27, 1981; OAC Rules 3745-21-04(C)(19)(a) and 3745-21-09(R)(3)(a). On January 8, 1982, the State of Ohio submitted additional materials pertaining to OAC Rules 3745-21-09 (H), (U) and (X).

    (44) On April 16, 1981, the Ohio EPA submitted a variance which would extend for Presto Adhesive Paper Company in Montgomery County, Ohio the deadline for complying with applicable Ohio VOC emission limitations from April 1, 1982 to April 1, 1983 for water-based adhesive paper coatings and to April 1, 1984 for water-based silicone paper coatings.

    (45) On Feburary 25, 1980, the State submitted revisions to rules 01 through 06, 08 and 09 of Chapter 15 of the Ohio Administrative Code. These rules establish general provisions for the control of air pollution and were previously codified and approved as AP-2-01 through 06, 08 and 09. Rules 01 through 04, 06, 08 and 09 are approved as revisions to the Ohio SIP and rule 05 is deleted from the Ohio SIP.

    (46) On August 26, 1982, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a variance which would establish an alternative emission control program (weighted averaging bubble) for eight vinyl coating lines at Uniroyal Plastic Products in Ottawa County, Ohio, and an alternative compliance schedule which will allow Uniroyal Plastic Products additional time to convert to waterborne coatings and inks. The final compliance date is October 1, 1987.

    (47) On June 29, 1982, the State submitted an amendment to the definition of air contaminant as contained in section 3704.01(B) of the Ohio Revised Code.

    (48) On August 31, 1982, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a variance which would establish an alternative emission control program (weighted averaging bubble) for five rotogravure printing lines at Packaging Corporation of America (PCA) in Wayne County, Ohio and an alternative compliance schedule which will allow PCA additional time to convert to waterborne coatings and inks. The final compliance date is July 1, 1987.

    (49) On September 10, 1982 the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision to its ozone SIP for the Mead Paper Corporation, Chilpaco Mill in Ross County, Ohio. This revision is in the form of three variances for the three flexographic printing lines at Mead Paper and contains revised emission limits and compliance schedules for each of the lines. Technical Support for this revision was also submitted on April 27, 1982.

    (50) On October 22, 1982, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision to its Ozone SIP for the Standard Register Company. The revision request is in the form of a variance for an extended compliance time schedule for a surface coating line and spray boot for painting miscellaneous metal parts. Final compliance is changed from December 31, 1982 to December 31, 1983.

    (51) On October 1, 1982, and February 28, 1983 the State of Ohio submitted revisions to Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rules 3745-35-03 which set forth requirements for obtaining variances. Rescinded in 2008; see paragraph (c)(156) of this section.

    (52)-(55) [Reserved]

    (56) On January 5, 1983 the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision to its ozone SIP for the U.S. Steel Supply Division, Sharon Plant in Trumbull County, Ohio. Technical support for this revision was also submitted on November 12, 1982.

    (57) On January 4, 1982, amended December 23, 1982, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted a revision to its ozone SIP for the Chrysler Plastic Products Corporation, Sandusky Vinyl Product Division, in Erie County, Ohio. This revision amends the emission limitations and extends the compliance dates for five vinyl coating lines at this facility. Technical support for this revision was also submitted on June 28, 1982.

    (58) On July 14, 1982, the State submitted revisions to its State Implementation Plan for TSP and SO2 for Toledo Edison Company's Bay Shore Station in Lucas County, Ohio, except that the equivalent visible emission limitations in this submittal are no longer in effect.

    (59) On March 9, 1983, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a variance which would establish an alternative emission control program (bubble) for eight vinyl coating lines at B.F. Goodrich in Washington County, Ohio, and an alternative compliance schedule which will allow B.F. Goodrich additional time to achieve final compliance through conversion to waterborne coatings and inks by December 31, 1985. If the company is unable to achieve compliance by December 1, 1985, through reformulation, the company must install add-on controls no later than December 1, 1987.

    (60) The State of Ohio submitted a revised demonstration that showed attainment by December 31, 1982, of the Carbon Monixide (CO) National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS) for the Cincinnati area (Hamilton County) on May 24, 1982. Supplemental information was submitted on September 23, 1982, November 4, 1982, and March 16, 1983. The May 24, 1982, submittal also requested that the five year extension for meeting the NAAQS requested on July 29, 1979, and granted on October 31, 1980, be rescinded for this area. EPA has rescinded this extension only for the Cincinnati demonstration area for CO.

    (61) On January 11, 1983, the Ohio EPA submitted justification and supportive documentation for the two categories of gasoline dispensing facilities and cutback asphalt. On March 2, 1983, Ohio EPA submitted demonstrations of reasonable further progress in the Canton and Youngstown areas. This information was submitted to satisfy the conditions on the approval of the 1979 ozone SIP.

    (62) [Reserved]

    (63) On January 3, 1984, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision to the Ohio Administrative Code 3745-15-07, Air Pollution Nuisance Prohibited.

    (64) On September 2, 1982, the State of Ohio submitted a revision to the total suspended particulate State Implementation Plan for the B.F. Goodrich Chemical Plant in Avon Lake, Lorain County, Ohio. This revision is being disapproved. (See §52.1880(g))

    (65) [Reserved]

    (66) On March 16, 1984, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted commitments for satisfying the conditions of approval to the ozone [52.1885 (b)(2)] and particulate matter [52.1880 (d)(1)] State Implementation Plans.

    (67) [Reserved]

    (68) On May 6, 1983, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted materials constituting a proposed revision to Ohio's ozone SIP for Harrison Radiator. Harrison Radiator has two metal coating facilities; one is the North facility located in downtown Dayton and the other is the South facility located in the City of Moraine.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) The Ohio Environmental Protection Director's final Findings and Orders, May 6, 1983.

    (B) Letters of September 10, 1984, and September 4, 1984, to USEPA from OEPA.

    (C) The Ohio Environmental Protection Director's final Findings and Orders, September 4, 1984.

    (69) On September 13, 1983, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a variance which would establish an alternative emission control program (bubble) for Volatile Organic Compound emissions from a gasoline and aviation fuel loading rack located at Standard Oil Company in Trumbull County, Ohio.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) An August 26, 1983, Permit and Variance to Operate an Air Contaminant Source Terms and Conditions, Application No. 02 78 06 0355 J001 and 02 78 06 0355 J002, for Niles Terminal Station N. 234, Niles Aviation Gasoline Bulk Terminal.

    (70) On April 8, 1982, June 22, 1982, November 8, 1982, May 24, 1985, and November 12, 1986, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision to the sulfur dioxide SIP for the Ohio Power Muskingum River Power Plant located in Morgan and Washington Counties. USEPA approves an emission limit of 8.6 lbs/MMBTU to protect the primary NAAQS with a compliance date of June 17, 1980. In addition, USEPA approves an emission limit of 7.6 lbs/MMBTU to protect the secondary NAAQS with a compliance date of July 1, 1989.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) rule 3745-18-03(C)(3)(gg)(vi) effective in Ohio December 28, 1979; rule 3745-18-64(B) and rule 3745-18-90(B) effective in Ohio on October 1, 1982.

    (B) Director's Final Findings and Orders dated October 18, 1982, before the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (C) Director's Findings and Order dated November 18, 1986, before the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (ii) Additional information.

    (A) Technical Support Document for emission limitations including dispersion modeling for the Muskingum River Plant submitted by the State on April 8, 1982.

    (B) Muskingum River Plant Supplementary Technical Support Document submitted by the State on June 22, 1982.

    (C) Air Monitoring Data submitted by the State on June 22, 1982.

    (71) On July 1, 1980, the State of Ohio submitted a revision to its State Implementation Plan amending §3704.11 of the Ohio Revised Code. This revision expands the authority given to a political subdivision in relation to certain open burning activities. Additional information for the revision was also submitted on September 30, 1980 and January 16, 1981.

    (72) On March 16, 1982, the State of Ohio submitted a revision to its State Implementation Plan for TSP for the Southerly Wastewater Treatment Plant in Columbus, Ohio.

    (73) On March 28, 1983, the State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted amendments to the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-21 and supporting data to USEPA as a proposed revision to the ozone portion of its SIP. OAC Chapter 3745-21, entitled “Carbon Monoxide, Photochemically Reactive Materials, Hydrocarbons, and Related Material Standards”, contains Ohio's VOC RACT I and II regulations. The amendments to these regulations are embodied in the OAC as follows: Definitions, Rule 3745-21-01; Attainment dates and compliance time schedules, Rule 3745-21-04; Control of emissions of organic compounds from stationary sources, Rule 3745-21-09; and Compliance test methods and procedures, Rule 3745-21-10. See (c)(15). USEPA is not taking action on the applicability of Rule 3745-21-09 to new sources of VOC, to the gasoline throughout exemption level for gasoline dispensing facilities, and to the compliance date extension for Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc. auto and motorcycle assembly plant in Marysville. USEPA is not taking action on OAC Rule 3745-21-09(AA))(2)(a) which exempts any dry cleaning facility in which less than 60,000 pounds of fabrics are cleaned per year. USEPA is not taking action on OAC Rule 3745-21-09(U)(2)(f) (i) and (ii) which apply to new sources (surface coating lines). USEPA is identifying deficiencies in the existing Rule 3745-21-09(D)(3) which contains an alternative daily emission limitation for can coating facilities. USEPA identified the following deficiencies within this rule: This rule presents equations for determining an alternative daily emission limitation. USEPA finds that the equations are incorrect in that they are based on volume of coating used (in gallons, excluding water), which in many cases can lead to erroneous results. Equivalency calculations for coatings should be performed on a basis of volume of coating solids used rather than volume of coating used. (45 FR 80824 gives an example calculation for can coating done on a volume solids basis.)

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Amendments to OAC Chapter 3745-21, dated June 21, 1982 and January 24, 1983.

    (1) Rule 3745-21-01; Definitions.

    (i) Section (D)(16), (36), and (50), paper and vinyl coating.

    (ii) Section (F)(1-8), asphalts in road construction and maintenance.

    (iii) Sections (E)(8), and (J)(5), corrections to Sections (E)(8) and (J)(5).

    (2) Rule 3745-21-04; Attainment dates and compliance time schedules.

    (i) Section (C)(3), can coating lines.

    (ii) Section (C)(15), cutback and emulsified asphalts.

    (iii) Section (C)(29), gasoline tank trucks.

    (iv) Section (C)(33), External floating roof tanks.

    (3) Rule 3745-21-09, Control of emission of organic compounds from stationary sources.

    (i) Section (B), Emission limitations.

    (ii) Sections, (C) (1) and (3), Surface coating of automobiles and light duty trucks.

    (iii) Sections (I) (1) and (2), Surface coating of metal furniture.

    (iv) Sections (K) (1) and (3) and (K)(4) (a), (b) and (c), Surface coating of large appliances.

    (v) Sections (N) (1), (2), and (3) (b) and (c), Use of cutback and emulsified asphalts.

    (vi) Section (O)(2), Solvent metal cleaning.

    (vii) Sections (P) (1), (4), and (5), Bulk gasoline plants.

    (viii) Section (Q)(3), Bulk gasoline terminals.

    (ix) Section (R)(3), Gasoline dispensing facilities.

    (x) Sections (U)(1) and the exemptions contained in (2)(h), Surface coating miscellaneous metal parts and products.

    (xi) Sections (X)(1) (a)(i), (b)(i), and the exemption contained in (2)(d), Rubber tire manufacturing.

    (xii) Sections (Z)(1)(b) through (h), (2), and (3), Storage of petroleum liquid in external floating roof tanks. NOTE: USEPA is not approving (Z)(1)(a).

    (xiii) Section (AA) (1) and (2) (b) and (c), Dry cleaning facility. NOTE: USEPA is not proposing to approve (AA)(2)(a).

    (xiv) Sections (K)(4) (a), (b), and (c), for the Whirlpool Corporation plants located in Marion, Sandusky, and Hancock Counties.

    (xv) Section (X)(2)(d), Cooper Tire and Rubber tire manufacturing facility located in Hancock County.

    (4) Rule 3745-21-10; Compliance test methods and procedures.

    (i) Sections (A) (3) and (4), General provisions.

    (ii) Section (B) (3), (4) and (5), Methods for determining VOC content of surface coating and inks.

    (iii) Section (E) (4) and (7), Method for determining VOC emissions from bulk gasoline terminals.

    (iv) Section (K), Methods for detecting leaks of gasoline vapors.

    (74)-(75) [Reserved]

    (76) On April 9, 1986, the State of Ohio submitted a negative declaration for natural gas/gasoline processing plants and manufacturers of high-density polyethylene and polypropylene resins.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter dated April 9, 1986, from Warren W. Tyler, Director, State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (77) On November 20, 1985, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision to the State Implementation Plan for Total Suspended Particulates. This revision request is for operating permits for the following two shiploading facilities: The Andersons Grain Division, Toledo Plant and Mid-States Terminals, Incorporated.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Permit to Operate an Air Contaminant Source for the Andersons Grain Division, Toledo Plant. Date of Issuance: November 18, 1985.

    (B) Permit to Operate an Air Contaminant Source for Mid-States Terminals, Incorporated. Date of Issuance: November 18, 1985.

    (78) On April 30, 1986, (draft) and on May 5, 1987, (final) the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted a revision request to Ohio's sulfur dioxide SIP. The revision was in the form of Permits to Operate for the Coulton Chemical Plant in Toledo, Ohio, and the E.I. duPont de Nemours and Company facility in Miami, Ohio. The permits require the installation and operation of continuous emission monitors for sulfur dioxide at these facilities, and the reporting of monitoring data.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Special Term and Condition No. 3 of Permit to Operation No. 0448020014P001 for Coulton Chemical Corporation, effective January 3, 1986, Permit to Operate No. 0448020014P002 for Coulton Chemical Corporation, effective March 25, 1986.

    (B) Special Term and Condition No. 3 of Permit to Operate No. 1431350817P001 for E.I. duPont de Nemours and Company (Fort Hill Plant), effective March 2, 1984.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) September 5, 1985, letter from Charles M. Taylor, Chief, Division of Air Pollution Control, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency; to Steve Rothblatt, Chief, Air and Radiation Branch, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

    (79) On April 9, 1986, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted a request for a revision to the Ozone State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the Huffy Corporation in Celina Ohio (Mercer County). This revision was in the form of a rule which is applicable to the Huffy Corporation in Mercer County.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-21-09(U)(2)(j), effective May 9, 1986.

    (80) On April 9, 1986, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision to the State Implementation Plan for ozone. The revision consists of the reasonably available control technology (RACT) III volatile organic compound regulations.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. Ohio EPA OAC

    (A) Rule 3745-21-01, Definitions. Paragraphs (K), (L), (M), and (N), effective May 9, 1986. Ohio EPA OAC

    (B) Rule 3745-21-04, Attainment Dates and Compliance Time Schedules. Paragraphs (B)(1), and (C)(36) through (C)(39), effective May 9, 1986. Ohio EPA OAC

    (C) Rule 3745-21-09, Control of Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Stationary Sources. Paragraphs (A)(1), (A)(2), (A)(4), (BB), (CC), (DD), (EE), and Appendix A, effective May 9, 1986. Ohio EPA OAC

    (D) Rule 3745-21-10, Compliance Test Method and Procedures. Paragraphs (C), (F), (L), (M), (N), (O), and (P), effective May 9, 1986.

    (81) On March 3, 1986, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted Good Engineering Stack Height Regulations as a revision to the Ohio State Implementation Plan (SIP).

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-16-01 and 02, entitled “Definitions” and “Good Engineering Practice Stack Height Regulations”. These rules were adopted by the State on February 12, 1986 and were effective on March 5, 1986.

    (B) September 2, 1987 letter from Richard L. Shank, Ph.D., Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency; to Valdas Adamkus, Regional Administrator, USEPA.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) March 3, 1986, letter from Warren W. Tyler, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency; to Valdas Adamkus, Regional Administrator, U.S. EPA.

    (82) On November 7, 1985, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision to the ozone portion of the Ohio State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the Reynolds Metal Company in Pickaway County, Ohio. This variance shall expire on May 6, 1992.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Variance to Operate an Air Contaminant Source (except for Conditions No. 2, No. 3, and No. 6); Date of Issuance: October 29, 1985, Issued to: Reynolds Metal Company; Constitutes a Variance to Operate: miscellaneous metal parts coating line—Ransburg Disc spray booths No. 1 and No. 2; and signed by Warren W. Tyler, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (83) On October 4, 1982, and January 24, 1983, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted revisions to the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-31-01 through 3745-31-08 to satisfy the New Source Review conditional approval of October 31, 1980 (45 FR 72119). U.S. EPA is granting limited approval of the revision to Ohio's New Source Review State Implementation Plan (SIP) because the revised regulations strengthen the SIP.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) OAC Rule 3745-31 through 3745-31-03—Permits to Install New Sources of Pollution (Adopted June 30, 1982, effective August 15, 1982), as found in the State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Laws and Regulations.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) A June 30, 1987, letter from OEPA certified that the State did not rely upon additional reductions through the offset policy to attain or maintain the National Ambient Air Quality Standards.

    (84) On June 1, 1987, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted a revision request to Ohio's ozone SIP for the Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company in St. Marys (Auglaize County) Ohio. The revision was in the form of variances for adhesive application lines K001 to K019 and exempts them from the requirements contained in Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-21-09(U). These variances expire on (3 years and 30 days from date of publication). The accommodative SIP for Auglaize County is removed for the period these variances are in effect.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Condition Number 8 (which references Special Terms and Conditions Numbers 1 through 5) within each of 19 “State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Variances to Operate An Air Contaminant Source”, Application Numbers 0306010138K001-0306010138K019, for Goodyear Tire and Rubber Company. The Date of Issuance is May 22, 1987.

    (85) On February 17, 1988, and January 4, 1989, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision to the total suspended particulate SIP for Youngstown Thermal Corporation located in Youngstown, Ohio. This revision establishes a 0.02 lb/MMBTU emission limit for the one gas and Number 2 oil-fired boiler (B001) and a 0.14 lb/MMBTU limit for the three coal-fired boilers (B002, B003, and B004).

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-17-01, effective in Ohio on October 1, 1983; Rule 3745-17-03, effective in Ohio on October 15, 1983; and Rule 3745-17-10, effective in Ohio on October 1, 1983, as they apply to Youngstown Thermal Energy Corporation in Youngstown, Ohio only.

    (86) [Reserved]

    (87) On July 11, 1988, Ohio submitted its vehicle inspection and maintenance regulation for Cuyahoga, Lake, Lorain, Hamilton, and Butler Counties.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code rules 3745-26-01, 3745-26-02, 3745-26-03, 3745-26-04, 3745-26-05, 3745-26-06, 3745-26-07, 3745-26-08, and 3745-26-09, effective July 17, 1987.

    (88) [Reserved]

    (89) On February 28, 1989, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted a revision request to Ohio's ozone SIP for the Navistar International Transportation Corporation in Springfield, Ohio. It modified this request on March 30, 1990. The revision is in the form of variances for miscellaneous metal parts and products coating lines and exempts them from the requirements contained in Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-21-09(U). These variances expire on January 4, 1994.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Condition Number 8 (which references Special Terms and Conditions Number 1 through 11) within both of the “State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Variances to Operate An Air Contaminant Source”, Application Numbers 0812760220K009 and 0812760220K013 for Navistar International Transportation Corporation. The Date of Issuance is February 28, 1989.

    (90) On April 9, 1986, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted amendments to the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-21. The amendments are embodied in the following OAC regulations: Definitions, Rule 3745-21-01; Attainment dates and compliance time schedules, Rule 3745-21-04; Control of emissions of volatile organic compounds from stationary sources, Rule 3745-21-09; and Compliance test methods and procedures, Rule 3745-21-10. USEPA is approving these amendments with the following exceptions: The proposed relaxation for food can end sealing compounds in 3745-21-09(D)(1)(e) and (D)(2)(e) (from 3.7 to 4.4 lbs VOC/gallon); the proposed revision to the exemption in 3745-21-09(N)(3)(e) for the application by hand of any cutback asphalt or emulsified asphalt for patching or crack sealing; the recordkeeping requirements in 3745-21-09(N)(4); the relaxation from 3.5 to 6.2 lbs VOC/gallon for high performance architectural aluminum coatings in 3745-21-09(U)(1)(a)(viii); the exemption for new sources in 3745-21-09(U)(2)(f); and the relaxation for miscellaneous metals coatings in 3745-21-09(U)(1)(a)(vii).

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Amendments to Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-01, effective on May 9, 1986.

    (B) Amendments to Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-04, effective on May 9, 1986.

    (C) Amendments to Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-09, effective on May 9, 1986, except for:

    (1) 3745-21-09(D)(1)(e) and (D)(2)(e) (proposed relaxation for food can end sealing);

    (2) 3745-21-09(N)(3)(e) (proposed revision to the exemption for the application by hand of any cutback or emulsified asphalt for patching crack sealing);

    (3) 3745-21-09(N)(4) (recordkeeping requirements);

    (4) 3745-21-09(U)(1)(a)(viii) (relaxation from 3.5 to 6.2 lbs VOC. gal for high performance architectural aluminum coatings);

    (5) 3745-21-09(U)(2)(f) (the exemption for new sources); and

    (6) 3745-21-09(U)(1)(a)(vii) (relaxation for miscellaneous metal coatings).

    (D) Amendments to Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-10, effective May 9, 1996.

    (91) On September 30, 1983, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted a revision request to the ozone SIP for Ludlow Flexible Packaging, Inc. (Ludlow), located in Mt. Vernon (Knox County), Ohio. This revision was in the form of variances and permits that established a bubble with monthly averaging between 22 paper coating and printing lines (sources K001-K022) and a compliance date extension to June 30, 1987. On January 13, 1987, the OEPA submitted additional information concerning this revision stating that several of the printing lines have been or will be permanently shut down and the remaining lines will be controlled by thermal incineration in accordance with OAC Rule 3745-21-09(Y). In addition, four of the paper coating lines (K017-K019, K022) have been removed from the plant. Therefore, only eight paper coating lines (K011-K016, K020 and K021) remain under the bubble. This revision exempts these lines from the control requirements contained in Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rules 3745-21-09(F) and 3745-21-09(Y). These variances and permits expire on April 22, 1996.

    The accommodative SIP for Knox County will be canceled upon approval of this SIP revision.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Condition Number 8 (which references Special Terms and Conditions Numbers 1-7 within each of the 5 “State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Variance to Operate an Air Contaminant Source,” Application Numbers 0342010111K011-0342010111K015, as they apply to Ludlow Flexible Packaging, Inc., located in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. The Date of Issuance is September 23, 1983.

    (B) Condition Number 8 (which references Special Terms and Conditions Numbers 1-7) within each of the 3 “State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Permit to Operate an Air Contaminant Source,” Application Numbers 0342010111K016, 0342010111K020, and 0342010111K021, as they apply to Ludlow Flexible Packaging, Inc., located in Mt. Vernon, Ohio. The Date of Issuance is September 23, 1983.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) January 13, 1987, letter from Patricia P. Walling, Chief, Division of Air Pollution Control, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency; to Steve Rothblatt, Chief, Air and Radiation Branch, U.S. Environmental Protection agency.

    (92) On October 16, 1991, and March 17, 1993, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted revisions to the State Implementation Plan for sulfur dioxide for sources in Hamilton County, Ohio.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-18-03 Attainment dates and compliance time schedules, Sections (A)(2)(c); (B)(7)(a); (B)(7)(b); (C)(8)(a); (C)(8)(b); (C)(9)(a); (C)(9)(b); (D)(1); (D)(2); dated October 11, 1991, and effective on October 31, 1991.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-18-04 Measurement methods and procedures, Sections (D)(7); (D)(8)(a) to (D)(8)(e); (E)(5); (E)(6)(a); (E)(6)(b); (F); (G)(1) to (G)(4); (I); dated October 11, 1991, and effective on October 31, 1991.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-18-37, Hamilton county emission limits, dated February 22, 1993, and effective on March 10, 1993.

    (D) Director's Final Findings and Order for Cincinnati Gas and Electric Company, Miami Fort Station, dated February 22, 1993.

    (93) In a letter dated October 16, 1992, the OEPA submitted a revision to the Carbon Monoxide State Implementation Plan for Cuyahoga County. This revision contains a maintenance plan that the area will use to maintain the CO NAAQS. The maintenance plan contains an oxygenated fuels program as a contingency measure to be implemented if the area violates the CO NAAQS.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter dated October 16, 1992, from Donald R. Schregardus, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to Valdas Adamkus, Regional Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5 and its enclosures entitled “Table 1 Cuyahoga County Carbon Monoxide Emission Inventory”, Enclosure B “Cuyahoga County carbon monoxide SIP submittal”, and section 6.0 of Enclosure C “Cuyahoga County Carbon Monoxide Modeling Study Final Report.”

    (ii) Additional information.

    (A) Letter dated January 14, 1993, from Donald R. Schregardus, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to Valdas Adamkus, Regional Administrator, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5.

    (B) Letter dated February 10, 1993, from Robert F. Hodanbosi, Chief, Division of Air Pollution Control, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to David Kee, Director, Air and Radiation Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5.

    (C) Letter dated July 29, 1993, from Robert F. Hodanbosi, Chief, Division of Air Pollution Control, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to David Kee, Director, Air and Radiation Division, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, Region 5.

    (94) On June 24, 1985, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted revisions to its ozone control State Implementation Plan which would establish a volatile organic compounds (VOC) bubble and alternative VOC reasonably available control technology for vinyl and U-frame vinyl coating lines at Columbus Coated Fabrics in Franklin County, Ohio.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Condition Number 8 (which references special Terms and Conditions Numbers 1 through 7) within each of 15 State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Permits and Variances to Operate an Air Contaminant Source, Application Numbers 0125040031 K001 through 0125040031 K015 for Columbus Coated Fabrics. The date of issuance is November 2, 1983. These permits and variances are approved for the period 12/12/85 to 1/6/92.

    (B) Condition Number 8 (which references special Terms and Conditions Numbers 1 through 4) within each of 11 State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Variances to Operate an Air Contaminant Source, Application Numbers 0125040031 K016 through 0125040031 K026 for Columbus Coated Fabrics. The date of issuance is November 2, 1983. These variances are approved for the period 4/1/82 to 1/6/92.

    (C) State of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Orders to Modify Variances to Operate modifying Special Condition Number 1 of Ohio Environmental Protection Agency Variances to Operate an Air Contaminant Source, Application Numbers 0125040031 K016 through 0125040031 K026 for Columbus Coated Fabrics. The date of issuance is May 21, 1985. These orders are approved for the period 4/1/82 to 1/6/92.

    (95) On October 16, 1992, the State of Ohio submitted the tailpipe test inspection and maintenance program revisions to its carbon monoxide implementation plan for Cuyahoga County.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code: amended rules, 3745-26-01 through 3745-26-09, effective May 15, 1990, and new rules, 3745-26-10 and 3745-26-11, effective May 15, 1990.

    (ii) Additional materials—Remainder of the State submittal.

    (A) Letter from the Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, dated November 18, 1992, and additional materials.

    (96) On June 9, 1988, and August 24, 1990, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted revisions to the State Implementation Plan for ozone. The revisions consist of new non-Control Technique Guideline volatile organic compound (VOC) rules and corrections to existing VOC rules.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) OEPA Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-21-01, Definitions, Paragraphs (A), (B), (C), (D)(1) through (5), (D)(7), (D)(9) through (62), (E) through (S); effective August 22, 1990.

    (B) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-04, Attainment Dates and Compliance Time Schedules, Paragraphs (A), (B), (C); effective August 22, 1990.

    (C) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-09, Control of Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Stationary Sources, Paragraphs (A), (B), (C) through (H), (J), (K), (M), (P), (S), (T), (V), (X), (Y), (BB), (CC), (FF) through (NN), (PP), effective August 22, 1990.

    (D) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-10, Compliance Test Methods and Procedures, Paragraphs (B), (D), (F), (G), (I) through (N), (P); effective August 22, 1990.

    (97) On November 14, 1991, December 4, 1991, and January 8, 1992, OEPA submitted revisions to its particulate matter plan, including Statewide rule revisions, rule revisions for specific facilities in Cuyahoga and Jefferson Counties, and supplemental materials to address the requirements of part D of title I of the Clean Air Act for the Cuyahoga and Jefferson County nonattainment areas. Rules 3745-17-03(B)(10)(c) and 3745-17-12(P)(6)(a) (concerning quench water limits) are not approved.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Rule 3745-17-01—Definitions, effective December 6, 1991.

    (B) Rule 3745-17-02—Ambient air quality standards, effective June 14, 1991.

    (C) Rule 3745-17-03—Measurement methods and procedures, effective December 6, 1991, except for paragraph (B)(10)(c) which is disapproved.

    (D) Rule 3745-17-04—Compliance time schedules, effective December 6, 1991.

    (E) Rule 3745-17-07—Control of visible particulate emissions from stationary sources, effective June 14, 1991.

    (F) Rule 3745-17-08—Restriction of emission of fugitive dust, effective June 14, 1991.

    (G) Rule 3745-17-09—Restrictions on particulate emissions and odors from incinerators, effective July 9, 1991.

    (H) Rule 3745-17-10—Restrictions on particulate emissions from fuel burning equipment, effective June 14, 1991.

    (I) Rule 3745-17-11—Restrictions on particulate emissions from industrial processes, effective June 14, 1991.

    (J) Rule 3745-17-12—Additional restrictions on particulate emissions from specific air contaminant sources in Cuyahoga County, effective December 6, 1991, except for paragraph (P)(6)(a) which is disapproved.

    (K) Rule 3745-17-13—Additional restrictions on particulate emissions from specific air contaminant sources in Jefferson County, effective December 6, 1991.

    (L) Rule 3745-17-14—Contingency plan requirements for Cuyahoga and Jefferson Counties, effective December 6, 1991.

    (M) Rule 3745-75-01—Applicability and definitions, effective July 9, 1991.

    (N) Rule 3745-75-02—Emission limits, effective July 9, 1991.

    (O) Rule 3745-75-03—Design parameters and operating restrictions, effective July 9, 1991.

    (P) Rule 3745-75-04—Monitoring requirements, effective July 9, 1991.

    (Q) Rule 3745-75-05—Recordkeeping, effective July 9, 1991.

    (R) Rule 3745-75-06—Certification and compliance time schedules, effective July 9, 1991.

    (ii) Additional information.

    (A) Appendices A through P to a letter from Donald Schregardus to Valdas Adamkus dated November 14, 1991, providing emissions inventories and modeling demonstrations of attainment for the Cleveland and Steubenville areas and providing other related information.

    (B) A letter from Donald Schregardus to Valdas Adamkus dated December 4, 1991, and attachments, supplementing the November 14, 1991, submittal.

    (C) A letter from Donald Schregardus to Valdas Adamkus dated January 8, 1992, and attachments, supplementing the November 14, 1991, submittal.

    (98) On April 20, 1994, and March 7, 1995, Ohio submitted Rule 3745-35-07, entitled “Federally Enforceable Limitations on Potential to Emit,” and requested authority to issue such limitations as conditions in State operating permits.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. Rule 3745-35-07, adopted November 3, 1994, effective November 18, 1994. Rescinded in 2008; see paragraph (c)(156) of this section.

    (99) [Reserved]

    (100) On March 22, 1994, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a revision request to Ohio's ozone SIP for approval of the State's emissions statement program. The emissions statement program requirements apply to sources in the following counties: Ashtabula, Butler, Clark, Clermont, Cuyahoga, Delaware, Franklin, Geauga, Greene, Hamilton, Lake, Licking, Lorain, Lucas, Mahoning, Medina, Miami, Montgomery, Portage, Stark, Summit, Trumbull, Warren, and Wood.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code rules 3745-24-01, 3745-24-02, 3745-24-03, and 3745-24-04, effective April 1, 1994.

    (101) On November 12, 1993 the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a vehicle inspection and maintenance program in accordance with section 110 of the Clean Air Act as amended in 1990. The new program replaces I/M programs in operation in the Cleveland and Cincinnati areas and establishes new programs in Dayton and any area designated moderate nonattainment or any area where local planning authorities have requested the State to implement a program.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Amended Rules 3745-26-01, 3754-26-02, 3745-26-10, and rules 3745-26-12, 3745-26-13, and 3745-26-14, all made effective on June 13, 1994.

    (ii) Other material.

    (A) Certification letter from the Director of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency regarding the State process in developing the I/M rules and the I/M program.

    (B) Letter dated June 22, 1994, from the Director of OEPA regarding implementation of an I/M program in the Toledo area in the event the State's request for redesignation to attainment for that area is not approved by USEPA.

    (102) On June 7, 1993, and February 17, 1995, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for ozone. The revisions include 19 new non-Control Technique Guideline volatile organic compound (VOC) rules, Findings and Orders for 5 companies, and two permits to install.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-01, Definitions, Paragraphs (Q); (T); effective January 17, 1995.

    (B) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-04, Attainment Dates and Compliance Time Schedules, Paragraphs (C)(40); (C)(41); (C)(46); (C)(48); (C)(49); (C)(50); (C)(51); (C)(53); (C)(54); (C)(59); (C)(60); (C)(61); (C)(62); effective January 17, 1995.

    (C) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-09, Control of Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Stationary Sources, Paragraphs (FF), (GG), (HH), (II), (JJ), (KK), (LL), (MM), (NN), (OO), (PP), (QQ), (SS), (TT), (YY), (ZZ), (AAA); (BBB); effective January 17, 1995.

    (1) Previously approved on October 31, 1995 in paragraph (c)(102)(i)(C) of this section and now deleted without replacement: OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-09, Control of Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Stationary Sources, Paragraph (AAA), as adopted by Ohio on October 25, 2002, effective on November 5, 2002.

    (D) Director's Final Findings and Orders for AK Steel Corporation (Middletown), International Paper Company (Cincinnati), Midwest Mica & Insulation Company (Cleveland), Reilly Industries, Inc. (Cleveland), and Sprayon Products, Inc. (Bedford Heights), Issued by Ohio Environmental Protection Agency on August 18, 1995.

    (E) Permit to Install, Application Number 13-2396, for Excello Specialty Company, APS Premise Number 1318607686. The date of issuance is December 11, 1991.

    (F) Permit to Install, Application Number 14-2096, for Hilton Davis Company, APS Premise Number 1431070039. The date of issuance is June 12, 1991.

    (103) On June 7, 1993, and February 17, 1995, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for ozone. The revisions include one new non-Control Technique Guideline volatile organic compound (VOC) rule, corrections to existing VOC rules, and two permits-to-install.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) OEPA Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-21-01, Definitions, Paragraphs (B)(1), (B)(2), (B)(6), (D)(6), (D)(8), (D)(22), (D)(45), (D)(48), (D)(58), (M)(8); effective January 17, 1995.

    (B) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-04, Attainment Dates and Compliance Time Schedules, Paragraphs (B), (C)(3)(c), (C)(4)(b), (C)(5)(b), (C)(6)(b), (C)(8) (b) and (c), (C)(9)(b), (C)(10)(b), (C)(19) (b), (c), and (d), (C)(28)(b), (C)(38), (C)(39), (C)(42), (C)(43), (C)(44), (C)(45), (C)(47), (C)(55), (C)(65); effective January 17, 1995.

    (C) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-09, Control of Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Stationary Sources, Paragraphs (A), (C) through (L), (N) through (T), (X), (Y), (Z), (BB), (CC), (DD), (UU), Appendix A; effective January 17, 1995.

    (D) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-09, Control of Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Stationary Sources, Paragraph (B) except (B)(3)(d) and (e) for the Ohio Counties of Ashtabula, Butler, Clermont, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Hamilton, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, Summit, and Warren; effective January 17, 1995.

    (E) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-09, Control of Emissions of Volatile Organic Compounds from Stationary Sources, Paragraph (U) except (U)(1)(h) statewide and (U)(2)(e)(ii) for the Ohio Counties of Ashtabula, Butler, Clermont, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Hamilton, Lake, Lorain, Medina, Portage, Summit, and Warren; effective January 17, 1995.

    (F) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-10, Compliance Test Methods and Procedures, Paragraphs (A), (B), (C), (E), (O); effective January 17, 1995.

    (G) Permit to Install, Application Number 04-204, for Abitibi-Price Corporation, APS Premise Number 0448011192. The date of issuance is July 7, 1983.

    (H) Permit to Install, Application Number 08-3273, for General Motors Corporation Delco Chassis Division, APS Premise Number 0857040935. The date of issuance is February 13, 1995.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) On June 7, 1993, the OEPA submitted negative declarations for the source categories of polypropylene or high density polyethylene resin manufacturing, natural gas/gasoline processing plants, and surface coating of flat wood paneling. These negative declarations are approved into the Ohio ozone SIP.

    (B) On February 21, 1995, the OEPA submitted a list of facilities subject to the post-enactment source categories listed in Appendix E to the General Preamble. 57 FR 18070, 18077 (April 28, 1992). This list is approved into the Ohio ozone SIP.

    (104) On June 7, 1993, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (OEPA) submitted a revision request to Ohio's ozone SIP for approval of the State's Stage II vapor recovery program. The Stage II program requirements apply to sources in the following areas: Cincinnati-Hamilton; Cleveland-Akron-Lorain; and Dayton-Springfield.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) OEPA Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-21-04, Attainment Dates and Compliance Time Schedules, Paragraph (C)(64); effective date March 31, 1993.

    (B) OEPA OAC Rule 3745-21-10, Compliance Test Methods and Procedures, Paragraphs (Q), (R), (S), Appendices A, B, C; effective date March 31, 1993.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code rules 3745-21-09(DDD)(1)-(4), effective date March 31, 1993.

    (105) On September 17, 1993, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency requested the redesignation of Lucas and Wood Counties to attainment of the National Ambient Air Quality Standard for ozone. To meet the redesignation criteria set forth by section 107(d)(3)(E) (iii) and (iv), Ohio credited emissions reductions from the enclosure of the “oily ditch” at the British Petroleum Refinery in Oregon, Ohio. The USEPA is approving the Director's Finding and Order which requires the enclosure of the “oily ditch” into the SIP for Lucas and Wood Counties.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Letter dated June 2, 1994, from Donald R. Schregardus, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, to Valdas Adamkus, Regional Administrator, USEPA, Region 5, and one enclosure which is the revised Director's Final Findings and Orders in the matter of BP Oil company, Toledo Refinery, 4001 Cedar Point Road, Oregon, Ohio, Fugitive Emissions from the Refinery Waste Water System “Oily Ditch”, effective June 2, 1994.

    (106) On October 7, 1994, Ohio submitted four rules in Chapter 3745-71 of the Ohio Administrative Code, entitled “Lead Emissions,” and submitted a modeling demonstration that the limitations in these rules assure attainment of the lead standard in central Cleveland.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. Rules 3745-71-01, 3745-71-03, 3745-71-05, and 3745-71-06, all adopted September 22, 1994, and effective October 4, 1994.

    (ii) Additional material. A submittal letter from the Director of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, with attachments documenting a modeling analysis of lead concentrations near the Master Metals secondary lead smelter.

    (107)-(108) [Reserved]

    (109) On July 17, 1995, Ohio submitted a Particulate Matter (PM) contingency measures State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision request. The submittal includes Final Findings and Orders for 5 companies. The Findings and Orders provide PM emission reductions which will take effect if an area fails to attain the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for PM.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. Director's Final Findings and Orders for Ford Motor Company (Cleveland Casting Plant), T&B Foundry Company, International Mill Service, Luria Brothers, and United Ready Mix, issued by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency on July 10, 1995.

    (110) On November 3, 1995, December 21, 1995, and March 21, 1996, OEPA submitted revisions to its particulate matter plan, addressing prior deficiencies in its plans for Cuyahoga and Jefferson Counties.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Rule 3745-17-03—Rule 3745-17-03—Measurement methods and procedures, effective November 15, 1995.

    (B) Rule 3745-17-04—Compliance time schedules, effective November 15, 1995.

    (C) Rule 3745-17-12—Additional restrictions on particulate emissions from specific air contaminant sources in Cuyahoga County, effective November 15, 1995.

    (D) Findings and Orders issued to the Wheeling-Pittsburgh Steel Corporation, signed by Donald Schregardus and effective on October 31, 1995.

    (ii) Additional material—Dispersion modeling analyses for the Steubenville area and for Cuyahoga County near Ford's Cleveland Casting Plant.

    (111) On July 18, 1996, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a site specific State Implementation Plan revision for Ohio Edison's Sammis and Toronto plants for Sulfur Dioxide. The revisions for the Sammis plant provide “as an alternative” to the existing boiler specific regulations a limit of “2.91 lbs./MMBTU actual heat input from each boiler”. The regulation for the Toronto plant reduces allowable emissions to 2.0 lbs./MMBTU.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-18-47, effective July 25, 1996.

    (112) On August 29, 1996, the United States Environmental Protection Agency received from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, changes to the approved vehicle inspection and maintenance (I/M) program which control the release of volatile organic compounds from vehicles. These changes provide a repair spending cap of $300 and a temporary hardship extension of time up to 6 months for owners to perform needed repairs on vehicles which fail the I/M program test.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Rule 3745-26-01—Definitions effective May 15, 1996.

    (B) Rule 3745-26-12—Requirements for motor vehicle owners in the enhanced or opt-in enhanced automobile inspection and maintenance program, effective May 15, 1996.

    (113) On August 30, 1996, Ohio submitted a request to extend the exemption from opacity limits for the boilers at Ford's Cleveland Engine Plant 1 to six hours after start-up.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Findings and Orders for boilers number 1 through number 5 at Ford's Cleveland Engine Plant 1, signed by Donald Schregardus on May 31, 1996.

    (114) On November 12, 1996, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a request to incorporate section(G)(9)(g) of Rule 3745-21-07 of the Ohio Administrative Code into the Ohio State Implementation Plan (SIP). Section (G)(9)(g) provides an additional exemption from organic compound emission controls for qualifying new sources. Because, in the process of adopting section(G)(9)(g), minor editorial changes were made to other parts of Rule 3745-21-07, the United States Environmental Protection Agency is incorporating all of Rule 3745-21-07 into the Ohio SIP. This will avoid confusion by making the SIP approved rule identical to the current State rule.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Rule 3745-21-07 of the Ohio Administrative Code, adopted October 7, 1996, effective October 31, 1996, as certified by Donald R. Schregardus, Director of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency. Rescinded in 2008; see paragraph 154 of this section.

    (115) On January 3, 1997, the Ohio EPA submitted a revision to the Hamilton County sulfur dioxide implementation plan for the Procter and Gamble Company, Ohio Administrative Code 3745-18-37(GG)(2), which limits combined average operating rate of all boilers (B001, B008, B021, and B022) to a maximum of 922 million BTU per hour for any calendar day. Boilers B001 and B008 are each allowed to emit 1.1 pounds of sulfur dioxide per million BTU actual heat input. Boiler B021 is limited to 1.50 pounds of sulfur dioxide per million BTU; and boiler B022 is limited to 2.0 pounds of sulfur dioxide per million BTU average heat input.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-18-37(GG)(2), Hamilton County emission limits, dated December 17, 1996, for Procter and Gamble Company.

    (B) Director's Findings and Orders in the matter of the adoption of amended Rule 3745-18-37 of the Ohio Administrative Code, dated December 17, 1996.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from Ohio EPA Director Donald R. Schregardus to Regional Administrator Valdas Adamkus, dated January 3, 1997.

    (B) Letter from Ohio EPA Air Pollution Control Division Chief, Robert Hodanbosi to EPA dated August 11, 1997.

    (116) On December 9, 1996, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted two revisions to its sulfur dioxide rules. The first revision provides adjusted, State adopted limits for a Sun Oil Company facility. The second revision, applicable Statewide, exempts sources from operating hour limits on days when only natural gas is burned. Further, by letter of December 15, 1997, the State requested that U.S. Environmental Protection Agency address the addition of emission limits for stationary gas turbines and stationary internal combustion engines in rule 3745-18-06 that have been adopted previously.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) rule 3745-18-54 (O) and OAC rule 3745-18-06, adopted October 7, 1996, effective October 31, 1996.

    (117) On August 1, 1997 the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a requested revision to the Ohio State Implementation Plan. This revision constituted amendments to the emissions statement reporting regulations approved on October 13, 1994 and codified in paragraph (c)(100) of this section. The revision is intended to limit the applicability of these rules to stationary sources located within the State's marginal and above ozone nonattainment areas.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-24-02 Applicability. Effective July 31, 1997.

    (118) On August 20, 1998, Ohio submitted material including State adopted limits for Lake County, and requested approval of limits for the Ohio First Energy Eastlake Plant and the Ohio Rubber Company Plant.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Rule 3745-18-49 (G) and (H) of the Ohio Administrative Code, effective May 11, 1987.

    (119) On September 21, 1998, Ohio submitted revisions to its Permit to Operate rules as a revision to the State implementation plan.

    (i) Incorporation by reference

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code 3745-35-02, adopted April 4, 1994, effective April 20, 1994. Rescinded in 2008; see paragraph (c)(156) of this section.

    (120) On January 3, 1999, Ohio submitted, as a State implementation plan revision, de minimis exemption provisions for its permitting rules.

    (i) Incorporation by reference

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code 3745-15-05, adopted April 4, 1994, effective April 20, 1994.

    (121) On March 20, 2000, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted rules to control sulfur dioxide emissions in Coshocton, Gallia and Lorain Counties.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. Rules OAC 3745-18-22; OAC 3745-18-33; and OAC 3745-18-53. Adopted March 1, 2000; effective March 21, 2000.

    (122) On October 6, 1999, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted revised Transportation Conformity rules for the State of Ohio. The submittal made revisions to the current State plan for the implementation of the federal transportation conformity requirements at the State and local level in accordance with 40 CFR part 51, subpart T—Conformity to State or Federal Implementation Plans of Transportation Plans, Programs, and Projects Developed, Funded or Approved Under Title 23 U.S.C. or the Federal Transit Act. Only certain sections of the submittal are approved.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code: amended rules, OAC 3745-101-02, OAC 3745-101-03 (A), (B), (C), (D), (G), (H), (I), (J), (K), (L), except (E) and (F), OAC 3745-101-05, OAC 3745-101-06, OAC 3745-101-07 (A), (B), (C) except for (C)(1)(a) and (C)(2)(a), (D), (E), (F), (G), (H), (I), (J), OAC 3745-101-08, OAC 3745-101-09, OAC 3745-101-10, OAC 3745-101-11, OAC 3745-101-12 except for (A)(2), OAC 3745-101-13 except (A)(1), OAC 3745-101-14, OAC 3745-101-15, OAC 3745-101-17, OAC 3745-101-18, OAC 3745-101-19, effective on February 16, 1999.

    (B) No action is being taken on: OAC 3745-101-04.

    (123) On July 6, 2000, the State of Ohio submitted a site-specific State Implementation Plan (SIP) revision affecting Volatile Organic Compound control requirements at Morgan Adhesives Company in Stow, Ohio. The SIP revision establishes an alternative control strategy for limiting volatile organic compound emissions from coating lines at its pressure sensitive tape and manufacturing plant in Stow.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. July 5, 2000, Director's Final Findings and Orders of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency in the matter of: Morgan Adhesives Company, effective on July 5, 2000.

    (124) On November 9, 2000, Ohio submitted Director's Final Findings and Orders revising sulfur dioxide emissions regulations for the Lubrizol Corporation facility in Lake County, Ohio. The revisions include the adjustment of six short-term emissions limits, the addition of an annual emissions limit, and the addition of a continuous emissions monitoring system (CEMS). These state implementation plan revisions do not increase allowable sulfur dioxide emissions.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. Emissions limits for the Lubrizol Corporation facility in Lake County contained in Director's Final Findings and Orders. The orders were effective on November 2, 2000 and entered in the Director's Journal on November 9, 2000.

    (125) On March 20, 2000, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted revised rules to control sulfur dioxide emissions in Butler and Pickaway Counties, and a revision to compliance time schedules as well as measurement methods and procedures for SO2 sources for the State of Ohio. Ohio has rescinded OAC 3745-18-04 (G), which had special emission calculation procedures for Hamilton County.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Rules OAC 3745-18-03(A)(2)(d); OAC 3745-18-03(B)(4); OAC 3745-18-03(B)(8); OAC 3745-18-03(C)(6); OAC 3745-18-03(C)(10); 3745-18-04(D)(8); 3745-18-04(D)(9); OAC 3745-18-04(E)(7); OAC 3745-18-04(F); OAC 3745-18-15; OAC 3745-18-71. Adopted March 1, 2000, effective March 21, 2000.

    (B) Rule OAC 3745-18-49(F), effective May 11, 1987.

    (126) On March 1, 1996, and several subsequent dates, Ohio submitted revisions to its Permit to Install rules as a revision to the State implementation plan.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Rule 3745-31-21, effective April 27, 1998; OAC Rules 3745-31-22 through 3745-31-27, effective April 12, 1996; OAC Rules 3745-47-01, 3745-47-2, and 3745-47-03, effective June 30, 1981; OAC Rule 3745-47-05, effective June 30, 1981; OAC Rule 3745-47-07, effective June 30, 1981; and OAC Rule 3745-47-08(D), effective August 10, 1999.

    (127) On July 18, 2002, Ohio submitted revisions to its Permit to Install rules as a revision to the State implementation plan.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rules 3745-31-01, 3745-31-02, 3745-31-03, 3745-31-05, and 3745-31-07 effective November 30, 2001.

    (128) On July 11, 2002, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted revisions to Chapter 3745-14-(1 through 11) of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC), an oxides of nitrogen (NOX) budget trading program in Ohio, with a request that the Ohio State Implementation Plan be revised to include these NOX rules.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio NOX rules: 3745-14-01, 3745-14-02, 3745-14-03, 3745-14-04, 3745-14-05, 3745-14-06, 3745-14-07, 3745-14-08, 3745-14-09, 3745-14-10, 3745-14-11 in the OAC all with an effective date of July 18, 2002.

    (ii) On June 25, 2003, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted a letter committing to change the flow control date, in rule 3745-14-06(E)(6) from 2006 to 2005, within approximately 6 months of the effective date of the submittal date.

    (129) On September 27, 2003, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted revised rules for sulfur dioxide. The submittal includes revised provisions in Rules 3745-18-01, 3745-18-04, and 3745-18-06, relating to natural gas use, as well as special provisions in Rule 3745-18-04 for compliance testing for Lubrizol in Lake County. The submittal includes recently revised Ohio limits in Cuyahoga, Lake, Mahoning, Monroe, and Washington Counties, as well as previously adopted source-specific limits in Adams, Allen, Clermont, Lawrence, Montgomery, Muskingum, Pike, Ross, and Wood Counties that had not previously been subject to EPA rulemaking.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Rules OAC 3745-18-01; OAC 3745-18-04(F); OAC 3745-18-04(J); OAC 3745-18-06; OAC 3745-18-24; OAC 3745-18-49; OAC 3745-18-56; OAC 3745-18-62; and OAC 3745-18-90. Adopted August 19, 2003, effective September 1, 2003.

    (B) Rules OAC 3745-18-07(B); OAC 3745-18-08(H); OAC 3745-18-19(B); OAC 3745-18-66(C); OAC 3745-18-72(B);, effective May 11, 1987.

    (C) OAC 3745-18-50(C); OAC 3745-18-77(B); effective December 28, 1979.

    (D) OAC 3745-18-63(K) and (L); and OAC 3745-18-93(B) and (C); effective December 1, 1984.

    (ii) Additional material—Letter from Robert Hodanbosi, Chief of the Division of Air Pollution Control of the Ohio EPA, to Thomas Skinner, Regional Administrator for Region 5 of USEPA, dated September 27, 2003.

    (130) On November 26, 2003, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted revisions to OAC rule 3745-14-06 (NOX Allowance Tracking System) that changes the flow control date to 2005.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Amended OAC rule 3745-14-06. Adopted by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency on November 12, 2003. Effective November 24, 2003.

    (B) [Reserved]

    (131) [Reserved]

    (132) On June 28, 2004, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted revisions to OAC rule 3745-14-01. These revisions change the definition of “boiler” by excluding from the trading program carbon monoxide (CO) boilers associated with combusting CO from fluidized catalytic cracking units at petroleum refineries. The submittal also includes revisions to OAC rule 3745-14-03 (A housekeeping correction to reference OAC Chapter 3745-77 concerning Title V operating permit) and 3745-14-05 (Revising the number of trading program budget allowances and source identification for the ozone seasons 2004 through 2007).

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code rules 3745-14-01, 3745-14-03, and 3745-14-05, effective May 25, 2004.

    (133) On May 20, 2005, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted volatile organic compound (VOC) regulations for five source categories in the Cincinnati ozone nonattainment area. These regulations complete the requirement that all VOC reasonably available control technology (RACT) regulations, for which there are eligible sources, have been approved by EPA into the SIP for the Cincinnati ozone nonattainment area.

    (i) Incorporation by Reference. The following sections of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) are incorporated by reference.

    (A) OAC rule 3745-21-01(U), (definitions for commercial bakery oven facilities), effective May 27, 2005.

    (B) OAC rule 3745-21-01(V), (definitions for reactors and distillation units employed in SOCMI chemical production), effective May 27, 2005.

    (C) OAC rule 3745-21-01(W), (definitions for batch operations), effective May 27, 2005.

    (D) OAC rule 3745-21-01(X), (definitions for wood furniture manufacturing operations), effective May 27, 2005.

    (E) OAC rule 3745-21-01(Y), (definitions for industrial wastewater), effective May 27, 2005.

    (F) OAC rule 3745-21-12: “Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Commercial Bakery Oven Facilities”, effective May 27, 2005.

    (G) OAC rule 3745-21-13: “Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Reactors and Distillation Units Employed in SOCMI Chemical Production”, effective May 27, 2005.

    (H) OAC rule 3745-21-14: “Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Process Vents in Batch Operations”, effective May 27, 2005.

    (I) OAC rule 3745-21-15: “Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Wood Furniture Manufacturing Operations”, effective May 27, 2005.

    (J) OAC rule 3745-21-16: “Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Industrial Wastewater”, effective May 27, 2005.

    (134) On July 18, 2000, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted revised rules for particulate matter. Ohio adopted these revisions to address State-level appeals by various industry groups of rules that the State adopted in 1995 that EPA approved in 1996. The revisions provide reformulated limitations on fugitive emissions from storage piles and plant roadways, selected revisions to emission limits in the Cleveland area, provisions for Ohio to follow specified criteria to issue replicable equivalent visible emission limits, the correction of limits for stationary combustion engines, and requirements for continuous emissions monitoring as mandated by 40 CFR part 51, Appendix P. The State's submittal also included modeling to demonstrate that the revised Cleveland area emission limits continue to provide for attainment of the PM10 standards. EPA is disapproving two paragraphs that would allow revision of limits applicable to Ford Motor Company's Cleveland Casting Plant through permit revisions without the full EPA review provided in the Clean Air Act.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) The following rules in Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-17 as effective January 31, 1998: Rule OAC 3745-17-01, entitled Definitions, Rule OAC 3745-17-03, entitled Measurement methods and procedures, Rule OAC 3745-17-04, entitled Compliance time schedules, Rule OAC 3745-17-07, entitled Control of visible particulate emissions from stationary sources, Rule OAC 3745-17-08, entitled Restriction of emission of fugitive dust, Rule OAC 3745-17-11, entitled Restrictions on particulate emissions from industrial processes, Rule OAC 3745-17-13, entitled Additional restrictions on particulate emissions from specific air contaminant sources in Jefferson county, and OAC 3745-17-14, entitled Contingency plan requirements for Cuyahoga and Jefferson counties.

    (B) Rule OAC 3745-17-12, entitled Additional restrictions on particulate emissions from specific air contaminant sources in Cuyahoga county, as effective on January 31, 1998, except for paragraphs (I)(50) and (I)(51).

    (C) Engineering Guide #13, as revised by Ohio EPA, Division of Air Pollution Control, on June 20, 1997.

    (D) Engineering Guide #15, as revised by Ohio EPA, Division of Air Pollution Control, on June 20, 1997.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) Letter from Robert Hodanbosi, Chief of Ohio EPA's Division of Air Pollution Control, to EPA, dated February 12, 2003.

    (B) Telefax from Tom Kalman, Ohio EPA, to EPA, dated January 7, 2004, providing supplemental documentation of emissions estimates for Ford's Cleveland Casting Plant.

    (C) Memorandum from Tom Kalman, Ohio EPA to EPA, dated February 1, 2005, providing further supplemental documentation of emission estimates.

    (D) E-mail from Bill Spires, Ohio EPA to EPA, dated April 21, 2005, providing further modeling analyses.

    (135) On May 9, 2006, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted several volatile organic compound rules for approval into the Ohio State Implementation Plan.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-21-01 Definitions: Paragraphs (D) and (Z), adopted 1/31/2006, effective 2/10/2006.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-21-04 Attainment dates and compliance time schedules: Paragraph (C)(16)(c), adopted 1/31/2006, effective 2/10/2006.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-21-09 Control of emissions of volatile organic compounds from stationary sources and perchloroethylene from dry cleaning facilities: Paragraphs (O)(2)(e),(O)(6)(b),(T)(4),(Y), (HH), (RR), and (VV), adopted 3/2/2006, effective 3/12/2006.

    (D) Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-21-17: Portable Fuel Containers, adopted 1/31/2006, effective 2/10/2006.

    (E) Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-21-18: Commercial Motor Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Refinishing Operations, adopted 1/31/2006, effective 2/10/2006.

    (136) On May 16, 2006, Ohio submitted numerous regulations for sulfur dioxide. These regulations were submitted to replace the remaining federally promulgated regulations, to make selected revisions to applicable limits, and to update company names and make other similar administrative changes. On December 10, 2007, Ohio submitted a corrected rule for Stark County.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rules 3745-18-01 “Definitions and incorporation by reference.”, 3745-18-02 “Ambient air quality standards; sulfur dioxide.”, 3745-18-03 “Attainment dates and compliance time schedules.”, 3745-18-06 “General emission limit provisions.”, 3745-18-10 “Ashtabula County emission limits.”, 3745-18-11 “Athens County emission limits.”, 3745-18-12 “Auglaize County emission limits.”, 3745-18-17 “Champaign County emission limits.”, 3745-18-18 “Clark County emission limits.”, 3745-18-28 “Erie County emission limits.”, 3745-18-29 “Fairfield County emission limits.”, 3745-18-31 “Franklin County emission limits.”, 3745-18-34 “Geauga County emission limits.”, 3745-18-35 “Greene County emission limits.”, 3745-18-37 “Hamilton County emission limits.”, 3745-18-38 “Hancock County emission limits.”, 3745-18-49 “Lake County emission limits.”, 3745-18-50 “Lawrence County emission limits.”, 3745-18-53 “Lorain County emission limits.”, 3745-18-57 “Marion County emission limits.”, 3745-18-61 “Miami County emission limits.”, 3745-18-63 “Montgomery County emission limits.”, 3745-18-66 “Muskingum County emission limits.”, 3745-18-68 “Ottawa County emission limits.”, 3745-18-69 “Paulding County emission limits.”, 3745-18-72 “Pike County emission limits.”, 3745-18-76 “Richland County emission limits.”, 3745-18-77 “Ross County emission limits.”, 3745-18-78 “Sandusky County emission limits.”, 3745-18-79 “Scioto County emission limits.”, 3745-18-80 “Seneca County emission limits.”, 3745-18-81 “Shelby County emission limits.”, 3745-18-83 “Summit County emission limits.”, 3745-18-84 “Trumbull County emission limits.”, 3745-18-85 “Tuscarawas County emission limits.”, 3745-18-87 “Van Wert County emission limits.”, 3745-18-90 “Washington County emission limits.”, 3745-18-91 “Wayne County emission limits.”, and 3745-18-93 “Wood County emission limits.”, adopted on January 13, 2006, effective January 23, 2006.

    (B) January 13, 2006, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Joseph P. Koncelik, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, adopting the rules identified in paragraph (A) above.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Rules 3745-18-08 “Allen County emission limits.”, 3745-18-15 “Butler County emission limits.”, 3745-18-24 “Cuyahoga County emission limits.”, and 3745-18-54 “Lucas County emission limits.”, adopted on March 16, 2006, effective March 27, 2006.

    (D) March 16, 2006, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Joseph P. Koncelik, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, adopting rules 3745-18-08, 3745-18-15, 3745-18-24, and 3745-18-54.

    (E) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-18-82 “Stark County emission limits.”, adopted on November 28, 2007, effective December 8, 2007.

    (F) November 28, 2007, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, adopting rule 3745-18-82.

    (137) On January 31, 2007, Ohio requested to rescind certain transportation conformity rules from the Ohio State Implementation Plan, which were previously approved in paragraph (c)(122) of this section. The rules that are being rescinded at Ohio's request are 3745-101-05, 3745-101-06, 3745-101-07, 3745-101-08, 3745-101-09, 3745-101-10, 3745-101-11, 3745-101-12, 3745-101-13, 3745-101-15, 3745-101-16, 3745-101-18, 3745-101-19, and 3745-101-20.

    (138) On February 14, 2006, and October 6, 2006, the State of Ohio submitted a revision to the Ohio State Implementation Plan. This revision is for the purpose of establishing a gasoline Reid Vapor Pressure (RVP) limit of 7.8 pounds per square inch (psi) for gasoline sold in the Cincinnati and Dayton areas which include Hamilton, Butler, Warren, Clermont, Clark, Greene, Miami, and Montgomery Counties.

    (139) On May 1, 2006, and supplemented on May 22, 2007, Ohio submitted final adopted state implementation plan revisions which concurrently rescinds and revises portions of the Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-24 to be consistent with the Clean Air Act emission statement program reporting requirements for stationary sources. This revision includes amendments to the emission reporting regulation approved on October 13, 1994, and March 23, 1998, codified in paragraphs (c)(100) and (c)(117) of this section. The revision makes the rule more general to apply to all counties designated nonattainment for ozone, and not to a specific list of counties.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) are incorporated by reference.

    (A) OAC Rule Chapter 3745-24-01: “Definitions”, effective on December 16, 2005.

    (B) OAC Rule Chapter 3745-24-02: “Applicability”, effective on December 16, 2005.

    (C) OAC Rule Chapter 3745-24-03: “Deadlines for the submission of the emission statements”, effective on December 16, 2005.

    (140) On July 15, 2009, and August 13, 2009, Ohio submitted rules addressing the requirements of the Clean Air Interstate Rule.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-109-01 “CAIR NOX annual, CAIR SO2 and CAIR NOX ozone season trading programs definitions and general provisions.”, Rule 3745-109-04 “CAIR NOX allowance allocations.”, Rule 3745-109-07 “Monitoring and Reporting.”, Rule 3745-109-08 “CAIR NOX opt-in units.”, Rule 3745-109-11 “CAIR SO2 allowance tracking system.”, Rule 3745-109-12 “CAIR SO2 allowance transfers.”, Rule 3745-109-13 “Monitoring and reporting.”, Rule 3745-109-14 “CAIR SO2 opt-in units.”, Rule 3745-109-17 “CAIR NOX ozone season allowance allocations.”, Rule 3745-109-18 “CAIR NOX ozone season allowance tracking system.”, Rule 3745-109-19 “CAIR NOX ozone season allowance transfers.”, Rule 3745-109-20 “Monitoring and reporting.”, and Rule 3745-109-21 “CAIR NOX ozone season opt-in units.”, adopted on July 6, 2009, effective on July 16, 2009.

    (B) July 6, 2009, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-109-02 “CAIR designated representative for CAIR NOX sources.”, Rule 3745-109-03 “Permits.”, Rule 3745-109-05 “CAIR NOX allowance tracking system.”, Rule 3745-109-06 “CAIR NOX allowance transfers.”, Rule 3745-109-09 “CAIR designated representative for CAIR SO2 sources.”, Rule 3745-109-10 “Permits.”, Rule 3745-109-15 “CAIR designated representative for CAIR NOX ozone season sources.”, and Rule 3745-109-16 “Permits.”, adopted on September 17, 2007, effective on September 27, 2007.

    (D) September 17, 2007, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (141) Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, on June 16, 2005, submitted amendments to the State Implementation Plan to control nitrogen oxide emissions from internal combustion engines in new rule Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) 3745-14-12. This rule adds stationary internal combustion engines to the list of sources in the Ohio NOX SIP Call emission reduction program. Also, OAC 3745-14-01, General Provisions, is amended. This rule contains definitions used for the nitrogen oxides rules, expands the definition of NOX budget unit, adds definitions for the internal combustion engine rule, amends definition associated with continuous emissions monitoring, and makes corrections to typographical errors. OAC 3745-14-05 Portions of this rule are amended to correctly line up with the changes made in the definitions section of the NOX plan. Typographical errors are also corrected.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. The following sections of the Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) are incorporated by reference.

    (A) OAC 3745-14-01, General Provisions, effective on May 07, 2005.

    (B) OAC 3745-14-05, NOX Allowance Allocations, effective on May 07, 2005.

    (C) OAC 3745-14-12, Stationary Internal Combustion Engines, effective on May 7, 2005.

    (142) [Reserved]

    (143) On September 7, 2006, Ohio submitted revisions to Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-19, Rules 3745-19-01 through 3745-19-05 including the 3754-19-03 Appendix. The revisions update Ohio's open burning regulations. Ohio added requirements for specific types of burning: emergency burning, recreational fires, hazardous material disposal, and firefighting training. The State also added or refined some of the definitions.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745: Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, Chapter 19: Open Burning Standards, Rule 3745-19-01: Definitions, Rule 3745-19-02: Relations to Other Prohibitions, Rule 3745-19-03: Open Burning in Restricted Areas with Appendix “Open Burning of Storm Debris Conditions”, Rule 3745-19-04: Open Burning in Unrestricted Areas, and Rule 3745-19-05: Permission to Individuals and Notification to the Ohio EPA. The rules were effective on July 7, 2006.

    (B) June 27, 2006, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Joseph P. Koncelik, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, adopting rules 3745-19-01, 3745-19-02, 3745-19-03, 3745-19-04, and 3745-19-05.

    (144) The Ohio Environmental Protection Agency formally submitted revisions to Ohio's Administrative Code on August 7, 2007. These revisions consists of Rule 3745-21-17 which impacts sale, use, and manufacture of Portable Fuel Containers in the State of Ohio.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-17 “Portable fuel containers”, adopted on June 11, 2007, effective on June 21, 2007.

    (B) June 11, 2007, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (145) On September 14, 2004, Ohio submitted modifications to its Prevention of Significant Deterioration and nonattainment New Source Review rules as a revision to the State implementation plan.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-01, Definitions: (C), (D), (E), (J), (M), (N), (O), (P), (Q), (S), (T), (U), (V), (W), (X), (DD), (EE), (FF), (GG), (JJ), (MM), (NN), (QQ), (DDD), (EEE), (FFF), (JJJ), (KKK), (NNN), (UUU), (VVV), (WWW), (XXX), (YYY), (ZZZ), (CCCC), (DDDD), (EEEE), (FFFF), (GGGG), (HHHH), (IIII), (JJJJ), (KKKK), (LLLL), (MMMM), (OOOO), (PPPP), (QQQQ), (SSSS), (VVVV), (WWWW), (XXXX), (ZZZZ), (DDDDD), (EEEEE), (HHHHH), (KKKKK), (LLLLL), (PPPPP), (QQQQQ), (UUUUU), and (XXXXX), adopted on October 18, 2004, effective October 28, 2004.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code Rules 3745-31-01, Definitions: (III) and (SSS), 3745-31-10 “Air Stationary Source Obligations.”, and 3745-31-22 “Nonattainment Provisions—Conditions for Approval”, adopted on October 18, 2004, effective October 28, 2004 and revised by the November 15, 2005 letter from Joseph P. Koncelik to Thomas Skinner. This letter, included as Additional material in paragraph (145)(ii)(B) below, removes references to the Pollution Control Project (PCP) and Clean Unit provisions vacated by a June 24, 2005 DC Circuit Court of Appeals decision.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Rules 3745-31-09 “Air permit to install completeness determinations, public participation and public notice.”, 3745-31-13 “Attainment provisions—review of major stationary sources and major modifications, stationary source applicability and exemptions.”, 3745-31-15 “Attainment provisions—Control Technology Review.”, 3745-31-21 “Nonattainment provisions—review of major stationary sources and major modifications—stationary source applicability and exemptions.”, 3745-31-24 “Non-attainment Provisions—Baseline for Determining Credit for Emission and Air Quality Offsets.”, 3745-31-26 “Nonattainment Provisions—Offset Ratio Requirements.”, and 3745-31-32 “Plantwide applicability limit (PAL).”, adopted on October 18, 2004, effective October 28, 2004.

    (D) October 18, 2004, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Christopher Jones, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, adopting rules 3745-31-01, 3745-31-09, 3745-31-10, 3745-31-13, 3745-31-15, 3745-31-21, 3745-31-22, 3745-31-24, 3745-31-26, 3745-31-30, 3745-31-31, and 3745-31-32.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-01, Definitions: (ZZZZZ) adopted on October 18, 2004, effective October 28, 2004.

    (B) Letter dated November 15, 2005, from Ohio EPA Director Joseph P. Koncelik to Regional Administrator Thomas Skinner, titled Request for Approval of Ohio Administrative Code (“OAC”) Chapter 3745-31 NSR Reform Rule Changes into the State Implementation Plan (“SIP”).

    (146) On September 4, 2008, and March 23, 2009, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted several volatile organic compound rules for approval into the Ohio State Implementation Plan. Only those paragraphs in 3745-21-09 that were revised in the September 4, 2008, and/or March 23, 2009, submittals have been incorporated into the SIP.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-01 “Definitions.”, adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-02 “Ambient air quality standards and guidelines.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-03 “Methods of ambient air quality measurement.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (D) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-04 “Attainment dates and compliance time schedules.”, adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (E) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-06 “Classification of Regions.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (F) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-08 “Control of carbon monoxide emissions from stationary sources.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (G) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-09 “Control of emissions of volatile organic compounds from stationary sources and perchloroethylene from dry cleaning facilities”: (A), (B), (C), (D), (E), (F), (G), (H), (I), (J), (K), (O), (P), (R), (S), (T), (U)(1)(a), (U)(1)(b), (U(1)(c), (U)(1)(d), (U)(1)(e), (U)(1)(f), (U)(1)(g), (U)(1)(i), (U)(2)(f), (U)(2)(j), (U)(2)(k), (U)(2)(l), (W), (X), (Y), (Z), (DD), (HH), (NN), (RR), (SS), (TT), (VV), (YY), (DDD), adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (H) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-10 “Compliance test methods and procedures.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (I) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-12 “Control of volatile organic compound emissions from commercial bakery oven facilities.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (J) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-13 “Control of volatile organic compounds from reactors and distillation units employed in SOCMI chemical production.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (K) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-14 “Control of Volatile organic compound emissions from process vents in batch operations.”, adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (L) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-15 “Control of volatile organic compound emissions from wood furniture manufacturing operations.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (M) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-16 “Control of volatile organic compound emissions from industrial wastewater.”, adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (N) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-18 “Commercial Motor Vehicle and Mobile Equipment Refinishing Operations.”, adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (O) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-19 “Control of volatile organic compound emissions from aerospace manufacturing and rework facilities.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (P) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-20 “Control of volatile organic compound emissions from shipbuilding and ship repair operations.”, adopted August 15, 2008, effective August 25, 2008.

    (Q) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-21 “Storage of volatile organic liquids in fixed roof tanks and external floating roof tanks.”, adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (R) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-22 “Lithographic and letterpress printing.”, adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (S) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-23 “Industrial cleaning solvents.”, adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (T) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-24 “Flat wood paneling coatings.”, adopted March 23, 2009, effective April 2, 2009.

    (U) August 15, 2008, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (V) March 23, 2009, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (147) On October 5, 2007, Ohio submitted revisions to Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-112, Rules 3745-112-01 through 3745-112-08. The revisions regulate the volatile organic compounds content of consumer products.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-112-01 “Definitions.”, Rule 3745-112-02 “Applicability.”, Rule 3745-112-03 “Standards.”, Rule 3745-112-04 “Exemptions.”, Rule 3745-112-05 “Administrative requirements.”, Rule 3745-112-06 “Reporting requirements.”, Rule 3745-112-07 “Variances.”, and Rule 3745-112-08 “Test methods.”, adopted September 5, 2007, effective on September 15, 2007.

    (B) September 5, 2007, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (148) On March 17, 2009, Ohio submitted revisions to Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-15, Rules 3745-15-01 and 3745-15-05. The revisions pertain to general provisions of OAC Chapter 3745.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-15-01 “Definitions.” and Rule 3745-15-05 “‘De minimis’ air contaminant source exemption.” The rules were adopted on January 12, 2009, and became effective on January 22, 2009.

    (B) January 12, 2009, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (149) On October 9, 2000, February 6, 2001, August 3, 2001, and June 24, 2003, Ohio submitted revisions to Ohio Administrative Code (OAC) Chapter 3745-21 to address a variety of changes to its Carbon Monoxide and Volatile Organic Compounds regulations. The pertinent provisions are in OAC 3745-21-09; for other rules in these submittals, later versions have been addressed in separate rulemaking (see paragraph 146 of this section).

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) The following paragraphs of OAC 3745-21-09, entitled “Control of emissions of volatile organic compounds from stationary sources and perchloroethylene from dry cleaning facilities,” as adopted by Ohio on October 25, 2002, effective on November 5, 2002:

    (1) Paragraphs (A)(4), (B)(3)(a), (B)(3)(d), (B)(3)(e), (B)(3)(f), (B)(3)(h), (B)(3)(j), (B)(3)(l), (B)(4)(a), (B)(4)(b), (C)(4), (H)(1), (H)(3), (O)(5)(b), (O)(6), (R)(4), (U)(2)(h), (Y)(1)(a)(i), (AA)(1)(b), (AA)(1)(c), (FF)(1), (II)(2), (II)(3), (II)(4), (KK)(1), (NN), (OO), (PP)(2), (UU)(3), (DDD), and Appendix A.

    (2) Within paragraph (U), the undesignated paragraph following (U)(2)(e).

    (B) October 25, 2002, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Christopher Jones, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (ii) Additional Information. The following permits to install authorizing exemptions under OAC Rule 3745-21-09(U)(2)(f) were issued by Ohio during the time period when the State had unilateral authority to issue them.

    (A) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Chase Industries, Inc, Cincinnati, OH, on June 24, 1998, for emissions unit K002, pursuant to application number 14-4578.

    (B) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to CAE Ransohoff, Inc., Union, OH, on March 5, 1997, for emissions units K001 and K002, pursuant to application number 14-4268.

    (C) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Phoenix Presentations, Inc., Butler County, OH, on January 21, 1999, for emissions units R001, R002, and R003, pursuant to application number 14-4612.

    (D) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to CTL Aerospace, Inc., Cincinnati, OH, on August 19, 1998, for emissions unit R005, pursuant to application number 14-4572.

    (E) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Hamilton Fixture, Hamilton, OH, on April 24, 1996, for emissions unit R006, pursuant to application number 14-4014.

    (F) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Lt. Moses Willard, Inc., Milford, OH, on December 23, 1997, for emissions units K001 and K002, pursuant to application number 14-4220.

    (G) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to WHM Equipment Co., Cincinnati, OH, on May 28, 1997, for emissions unit K001, pursuant to application number 14-4348.

    (H) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Panel-Fab, Inc., Cincinnati, OH, on June 12, 1996, for emissions unit K001, pursuant to application number 14-4027.

    (I) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Cincinnati Fan & Ventilator, Mason, OH, on June 15, 1995, for emissions unit K003, pursuant to application number 14-3774.

    (J) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc., Marysville, OH, on December 24, 1997, for emissions units R003, and R103, pursuant to application number 01-6743.

    (K) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Durr Ecoclean, Inc. (formerly Henry Filters, Inc.), Bowling Green, OH, on June 26, 1996, for emissions unit K001 pursuant to application number 03-9510.

    (L) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Honda of America Manufacturing, Inc., East Liberty, OH, on April 17, 1996, for emissions units K009 and K013, pursuant to application number 05-7923.

    (M) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to American Trim, LLC (formerly Stolle Corporation, Stolle Products Division), Sidney, OH, on September 13, 1995, K045, pursuant to application number 05-7329.

    (N) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to American Trim, LLC (formerly Stolle Products), Sidney, OH, on December 3, 1998, for emissions unit K048, pursuant to application number 05-9516.

    (O) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to Hawkline Nevada, LLC (formerly Trinity Industries, Inc.), Plant 101, Mt. Orab, OH, on February 28, 1996, for emissions unit K001, pursuant to application number 07-407.

    (P) Permit To Install issued by the State Of Ohio to American Trim, LLC (formerly Superior Metal Products), Lima, OH, on July 23, 1997, for emissions unit K002, pursuant to application number 03-0397.

    (150) On August 22, 2008, Ohio submitted revisions to

    Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-17, Rules 3745-17-01 through 3745-112-14. The revisions contain particulate matter standards in the State of Ohio necessary to attain and maintain the 2006 24-hour PM2.5, annual PM2.5 and 24-hour PM10 NAAQS.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-17-01 Definitions: (A) and (B), Rule 3745-17-02 Ambient air quality standards, Rule 3745-17-04 Compliance time schedules, Rule 3745-17-07 Control of visible particulate emissions from stationary sources, Rule 3745-17-08 Restriction of emission of fugitive dust, Rule 3745-17-09 Restrictions on particulate emissions and odors from incinerators, Rule 3745-17-10 Restrictions on particulate emissions from fuel burning equipment, Rule 3745-17-12 Additional restrictions on particulate emissions from specific air contaminant sources in Cuyahoga county, Rule 3745-17-13 Additional restrictions on particulate emissions from specific air contaminant sources in Jefferson county, and Rule 3745-17-14 Contingency plan requirements for Cuyahoga and Jefferson counties. The rules became effective on February 1, 2008.

    (B) January 22, 2008, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (ii) Additional Information.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-17-01 Definitions: (C), effective on February 1, 2008.

    (151) On September 10, 2009, Ohio EPA submitted amendments to the OAC with the intent to consolidate Ohio's Ambient Air Quality Standards into a single rule to provide greater accessibility for the regulated community and to the citizens of Ohio. EPA is approving the request because the revisions clarify the state's rules and thus better serve the purpose of providing for meeting these standards.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Paragraph (A) of Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-17-03, “Measurement methods and procedures.”, effective April 18, 2009.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-17-14 “Contingency plan requirements for Cuyahoga and Jefferson counties.”, effective April 18, 2009.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-18-03 “Attainment dates and compliance time schedules.”, effective April 18, 2009.

    (D) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-23-01 “Definitions.”, effective April 18, 2009.

    (E) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-23-02 “Methods of measurement.”, effective April 18, 2009.

    (F) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-25-01 “Definitions.”, effective April 18, 2009.

    (G) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-25-02 “Ambient air quality standards.”, effective April 18, 2009.

    (H) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-25-03 “Air pollution emergencies and episode criteria.”, effective August 21, 2009.

    (I) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-25-04 “Air pollution emergency emission control action programs.”, effective April 18, 2009.

    (J) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-25-05 “Air pollution emergency orders.”, effective April 18, 2009.

    (K) April 8, 2009, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (L) August 11, 2009, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (152) On March 9, 2010, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) submitted revisions to its previously approved offset lithographic and letterpress printing volatile organic compound (VOC) rule for approval into its state implementation plan (SIP). This submittal revises certain compliance dates and recordkeeping requirements.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-22 “Control of volatile organic compound emissions from offset lithographic printing and letterpress printing facilities.”, effective February 10, 2010.

    (B) January 29, 2010, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio EPA.

    (153) On November 10, 2010, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) submitted new rule OAC 3745-21-25 “Control of VOC Emissions from Reinforced Plastic Composites Production Operations” for approval into its state implementation plan.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-25 “Control of VOC Emissions from Reinforced Plastic Composites Production Operations,” effective November 11, 2010.

    (B) November 1, 2010, “Director's Final Findings and Orders,” signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (ii) Additional material. (A) An October 25, 2010, letter from Robert F. Hodanbosi, Chief Division of Air Pollution Control of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to Susan Hedman, Regional Administrator, containing documentation of noninterference, under section 110(l) of the Clean Air Act, of the less stringent applicability cutoff for sheet mold compound machines.

    (154) On April 7, 2008, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) submitted revised rule “Control of emissions of organic materials from stationary sources (i.e., emissions that are not regulated by rule 3745-21-09, 3745-21-12, 3745-21-13, 3745-21-14, 3745-21-15, 3745-21-16, or 3745-21-18 of the Administrative Code).” On February 8, 2008, the previously existing rule 3745-21-07 was rescinded by Ohio EPA.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-07 “Control of emissions of organic materials from stationary sources (i.e., emissions that are not regulated by rule 3745-21-09, 3745-21-12, 3745-21-13, 3745-21-14, 3745-21-15, 3745-21-16, or 3745-21-18 of the Administrative Code),” effective February 18, 2008.

    (B) February 18, 2008, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) An October 25, 2010, letter from Robert F. Hodanbosi, Chief Division of Air Pollution Control of the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency to Susan Hedman, Regional Administrator, containing documentation of noninterference, under section 110(l) of the Clean Air Act, of the less stringent applicability cutoff for sheet mold compound machines.

    (155) On March 11, 2011, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted Ohio's regional haze plan addressing the first implementation period of the regional haze rule requirements. This plan includes a long-term strategy with emission limits for mandating emission reductions equivalent to the reductions from implement best available retrofit technology and with emission reductions to provide Ohio's contribution toward achievement of reasonable progress goals at Class I areas affected by Ohio. The plan specifically satisfies BART requirements for non-EGUs, most notably by providing new, tighter emission limits for the P.H. Glatfelter facility in Ross County, Ohio. The plan establishes a combined daily sulfur dioxide emission limit of 24,930 pounds per day for boiler #7 and #8. The plan also includes permit number P0103673 that will impose these emission limitations on P.H. Glatfelter Company.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Permit-to-Install Number P0103673, issued to P.H. Glatfelter Company—Chillicothe Facility by the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, signed by Scott J. Nally and effective on March 7, 2011.

    (156) On April 24, 2006, Ohio EPA submitted two permanent exemptions from the Permit to Install program and six Permit-by-Rule provisions for approval into its SIP. On July 18, 2008, Ohio EPA submitted provisions for a Permit to Install and Operate (PTIO) program and a general permit program for approval into its SIP. The changes to Ohio's SIP involve the modification of various parts of OAC 3745-31, the removal of OAC 3745-35, and the addition of OAC 3745-31-29 to enable the issuance of federally enforceable general PTIs and general PTIOs. On June 30, 2008, the state regulations to implement the PTIO program became effective and OAC 3745-35 was rescinded.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Paragraph (A) of Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-15-03, “Submission of emission information.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-01, “Definitions.”, effective December 14, 2007, except for paragraphs (I), (LLL)(2)(a)(ix), (LLL)(2)(a)(xxi), (LLL)(4)(t), and (QQQ)(1)(b).

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-02, “Applicability, requirements, and obligations.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (D) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-03, “Exemptions.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (E) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-04, “Applications.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (F) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-05, “Criteria for decision by the director.”, effective June 30, 2008, except for paragraph (A)(3)(a)(ii).

    (G) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-06, “Completeness determinations, processing requirements, public participation, public notice, and issuance.”, effective June 30, 2008, except for paragraph (H)(2)(d).

    (H) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-07, “Termination, revocation, expiration, renewal, revision and transfer.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (I) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-08, “Registration status permit-to-operate.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (J) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-09, “Variances on operation.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (K) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-10, “NSR projects at existing emissions units at a major stationary source.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (L) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-20, “Attainment provisions—innovative control technology.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (M) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-22, “Nonattainment provisions—conditions for approval.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (N) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-29, “General permit-to-install and general PTIO.”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (O) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-32, “Plantwide applicability limit (PAL).”, effective June 30, 2008.

    (P) June 2, 2008, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio EPA.

    (157) On February 23, 2012, Ohio submitted revisions to Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-17, Rule 3745-17-11. The revisions contain particulate matter restriction for industrial sources in the State of Ohio necessary to attain and maintain the 2006 24-hour PM2.5, annual PM2.5, and 24-hour PM10 NAAQS.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-17-11 “Restrictions on particulate emissions from industrial processes”, effective December 23, 2011.

    (B) December 13, 2011, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Scott J. Nally, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (158) On June 1, 2011, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (Ohio EPA) submitted several volatile organic compound (VOC) rules for approval into the Ohio State Implementation Plan. These rules include the source categories covered by the Control Technique Guideline (CTG) documents issued in 2008, as well as several other miscellaneous rule revisions.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-01 “Definitions.”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-09 “Control of emissions of volatile organic compounds from stationary sources and perchloroethylene from dry cleaning facilities.”, effective May 12, 2011, except for paragraph (U)(1)(h).

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-21 “Storage of volatile organic liquids in fixed roof tanks and external floating roof tanks.”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (D) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-23 “Control of volatile organic compound emissions from industrial solvent cleaning operations.”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (E) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-24 “Flat wood paneling coatings.”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (F) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-27 “Boat manufacturing.”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (G) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-28 “Miscellaneous industrial adhesives and sealants”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (H) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-21-29 “Control of volatile organic compound emissions from automobile and light-duty truck assembly coating operations, heavier vehicle assembly coating operations, and cleaning operations associated with these coating operations.”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (I) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-72-02 “Definitions.”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (J) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-72-05 “Liability.”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (K) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-72-06 “Defenses.”, effective May 12, 2011.

    (L) May 2, 2011, “Director's Final Findings and Orders,” signed by Scott J. Nally, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (159) On August November 15, 2010, Ohio submitted revisions to Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-14, Rules 3745-14-01 and 3745-14-06. The revisions sunset NOX Budget Trading Program rules for units subject to CAIR NOX Ozone Season Trading Program rules.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-14-01 “Definitions and general provisions.”, effective October 18, 2010.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-14-06 “The NOx allowance tracking system.”, effective October 18, 2010.

    (C) October 8, 2010, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Chris Korleski, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (160) On June 24, 2011, Ohio submitted numerous revisions to their SO2 rules in Ohio Administrative Code Chapter 3745-18. These revisions mainly update facility information and remove shutdown facilities from the rule.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rules 3745-18-03 “Attainment dates and compliance time schedules.”, 3745-18-04 “Measurement methods and procedures.” except (D)(2), (D)(3), (D)(5), (D)(6), (D)(9), (E)(2), (E)(3), and (E)(4), 3745-18-05 “Ambient and meteorological monitoring requirements.”, 3745-18-06 “General emission limit provisions.”, 3745-18-07 “Adams County emission limits.”, 3745-18-08 “Allen County emissions limits.”, 3745-18-09 “Ashland County emission limits.”, 3745-18-10 “Ashtabula County emissions limits.”, 3745-18-11 “Athens County emission limits.”, 3745-18-12 “Auglaize County emission limits.”, 3745-18-13 “Belmont County emission limits.”, 3745-18-14 “Brown County emission limits.”, 3745-18-15 “Butler County emission limits.”, 3745-18-16 “Carroll County emission limits.”, 3745-18-17 “Champaign County emission limits.”, 3745-18-18 “Clark County emission limits.”, 3745-18-19 “Clermont County emission limits.”, 3745-18-20 “Clinton County emission limits.”, 3745-18-21 “Columbiana County emission limits.”, 3745-18-22 “Coshocton County emission limits.”, 3745-18-23 “Crawford County emission limits.”, 3745-18-24 “Cuyahoga County emission limits.”, 3745-18-25 “Darke County emission limits.”, 3745-18-26 “Defiance County emission limits.”, 3745-18-27 “Delaware County emission limits.”, 3745-18-28 “Erie County emission limits.”, 3745-18-29 “Fairfield County emission limits.”, 3745-18-30 “Fayette County emission limits.”, 3745-18-31 “Franklin County emission limits.”, 3745-18-32 “Fulton County emission limits.”, 3745-18-33 “Gallia County emission limits.”, 3745-18-34 “Geauga County emission limits.”, 3745-18-35 “Greene County emission limits.”, 3745-18-36 “Guernsey County emission limits.”, 3745-18-37 “Hamilton County emission limits.”, 3745-18-38 “Hancock County emission limits.”, 3745-18-39 “Hardin County emission limits.”, 3745-18-40 “Harrison County emission limits.”, 3745-18-41 “Henry County emission limits.”, 3745-18-42 “Highland County emission limits.”, 3745-18-43 “Hocking County emission limits.”, 3745-18-44 “Holmes County emission limits.”, 3745-18-45 “Huron County emission limits.”, 3745-18-46 “Jackson County emission limits.”, 3745-18-47 “Jefferson County emission limits.”, 3745-18-48 “Knox County emission limits.”, 3745-18-49 “Lake County emission limits.”, 3745-18-50 “Lawrence County emission limits.”, 3745-18-51 “Licking County emission limits.”, 3745-18-52 “Logan County emission limits.”, 3745-18-55 “Madison County emission limits.”, 3745-18-56 “Mahoning County emission limits.”, 3745-18-57 “Marion County emission limits.”, 3745-18-58 “Medina County emission limits.”, 3745-18-59 “Meigs County emission limits.”, 3745-18-60 “Mercer County emission limits.”, 3745-18-61 “Miami County emission limits.”, 3745-18-62 “Monroe County emission limits.”, 3745-18-63 “Montgomery County emission limits.”, 3745-18-64 “Morgan County emission limits.”, 3745-18-65 “Morrow County emission limits.”, 3745-18-66 “Muskingum County emission limits.”, 3745-18-67 “Noble County emission limits.”, 3745-18-68 “Ottawa County emission limits.”, 3745-18-69 “Paulding County emission limits.”, 3745-18-70 “Perry County emission limits.”, 3745-18-71 “Pickaway County emission limits.”, 3745-18-72 “Pike County emission limits.”, 3745-18-73 “Portage County emission limits.”, 3745-18-74 “Preble County emission limits.”, 3745-18-75 “Putnam County emission limits.”, 3745-18-76 “Richland County emission limits.”, 3745-18-77 “Ross County emission limits.”, 3745-18-79 “Scioto County emission limits.”, 3745-18-81 “Shelby County emission limits.”, 3745-18-83 “Summit County emission limits.”, 3745-18-84 “Trumbull County emission limits.”, 3745-18-85 “Tuscarawas County emission limits.”, 3745-18-86 “Union County emission limits.”, 3745-18-87 “Van Wert County emission limits.”, 3745-18-88 “Vinton County emission limits.”, 3745-18-89 “Warren County emission limits.”, 3745-18-91 “Wayne County emission limits.”, 3745-18-92 “Williams County emission limits.”, 3745-18-93 “Wood County emission limits.”, 3745-18-94 “Wyandot County emission limits.”, adopted on February 7, 2011, effective February 17, 2011.

    (B) February 7, 2011, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Scott J. Nally, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, adopting the rules identified in paragraph (160)(i)(A) of this section.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Rules 3745-18-01 “Definitions and incorporation by reference.”, 3745-18-54 “Lucas County emission limits.”, 3745-18-82 “Stark County emission limits.”, adopted on March 24, 2011, effective April 3, 2011.

    (D) March 24, 2011, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Scott J. Nally, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency, adopting the rules identified in paragraph (160)(i)(C) of this section.

    (161) On June 19, 2014, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted several PM2.5 rules for approval into the Ohio State Implementation Plan (SIP). The changes to the SIP include establishing definitions related to particulate matter smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5), defining PM2.5 increment levels, and setting PM2.5 class 1 variances. The revisions also incorporate changes made to definitions and regulations that recognize nitrogen oxides (NOX) as an ozone precursor, and incorporating minor organizational or typographical changes.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-01, “Definitions”, paragraphs (P), (LLL), (MMM), (NNN), (QQQ), (TTTT), (UUUU), (VVVV), (WWWW), (NNNNN), and (VVVVV), effective May 29, 2014.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code 3745-31-11, “Attainment provisions—ambient air increments, ceilings and classifications”, paragraph (B) “Allowable increments”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code 3745-31-13, “Attainment provisions—review of major stationary sources and major modifications, stationary source applicability and exemptions”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (D) Ohio Administrative Code 3745-31-16, “Attainment provisions—major stationary source impact analysis”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (E) May 19, 2014, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Craig W. Butler, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    (162) On June 19, 2014, the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency submitted several PM2.5 rules for approval into the Ohio State Implementation Plan (SIP). The changes to the SIP include revisions related to particulate matter smaller than 2.5 micrometers (PM2.5) defining a significance level for PM2.5 for nonattainment areas, baseline for determining credit for emission offsets, location of offsetting emissions in nonattainment areas, and offset requirements. The revisions also include establishing definitions for emergency, emergency engine, publicly owned treatment works, and semi-public disposal system and incorporating minor organizational or typographical changes.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-01, “Definitions”, paragraphs (L) through (N), (Q), (U), (II), (MM) through (KKK), (OOO), (PPP), (RRR), (TTT) through (PPPP), (RRRR), (SSSS), (XXXX) through (IIIII), (KKKKK) through (MMMMM), (OOOOO) through (UUUUU), (WWWWW) through (AAAAAA), (CCCCCC) through (LLLLLL), effective May 29, 2014.

    (B) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-02, “Applicability, requirements and obligations”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (C) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-04, “Applications”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (D) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-06, “Completeness determinations, processing requirements, public participation, public notice, and issuance”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (E) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-07, “Termination, revocation, expiration, renewal, revision and transfer”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (F) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-08, “Registration status permit-to-operate”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (G) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-09, “Variances on operation”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (H) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-10, “NSR projects at existing emission units at a major stationary source”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (I) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-11, “Attainment provisions—ambient air increments, ceilings and classifications”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (J) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-12, “Attainment provisions—data submission requirements”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (K) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-14, “Attainment provisions—preapplication analysis”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (L) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-15, “Attainment provisions—control technology review”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (M) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-17, “Attainment provisions—additional impact analysis”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (N) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-18, “Attainment provisions—air quality models”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (O) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-19, “Attainment provisions—notice to the United States environmental protection agency”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (P) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-20, “Attainment provisions—innovative control technology”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (Q) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-21, “Nonattainment provisions—review of major stationary sources and major modifications—stationary source applicability and exemptions”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (R) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-22, “Nonattainment provisions—conditions for approval”, except for paragraph (A)(3)(b), effective May 29, 2014.

    (S) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-23, “Nonattainment provisions—stationary sources locating in designated clean or unclassifiable areas which would cause or contribute to a violation of a national ambient air quality standard” with exclusion of the 1-hour NO2 Significant Impact Level described in table in paragraph (A), effective May 29, 2014.

    (T) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-24, “Nonattainment provisions—baseline for determining credit for emission and air quality offsets”, except for paragraph (F), effective May 29, 2014.

    (U) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-25, “Nonattainment provisions—location of offsetting emissions”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (V) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-26, “Nonattainment provisions—offset ratio requirements”, except for paragraph (D), effective May 29, 2014.

    (W) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-27, “Nonattainment provisions—administrative procedures for emission offsets”, except for paragraph (A)(1)(b), effective May 29, 2014.

    (X) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-29, “General permit-to-install and general PTIO”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (Y) Ohio Administrative Code Rule 3745-31-32, “Plantwide applicability limit (PAL)”, effective May 29, 2014.

    (Z) May 19, 2014, “Director's Final Findings and Orders”, signed by Craig W. Butler, Director, Ohio Environmental Protection Agency.

    [37 FR 10886, May 31, 1972. Redesignated at 80 FR 69606, Nov. 10, 2015]

[37 FR 10886, May 31, 1972. Redesignated at 80 FR 69606, Nov. 10, 2015