§ 52.2299 Original identification of plan section.  


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  • (a) This section identifies the original “Texas Air Pollution Control Implementation Plan” and all revisions submitted by Texas that were federally approved prior to December 31, 1998.

    (b) The plan was officially submitted on January 28, 1972.

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

    (1) Certification that statewide public hearings had been held on the plan was submitted by the Texas Air Control Board (TACB) on February 8, 1972. (Nonregulatory)

    (2) A discussion of its policy concerning the confidentiality of certain hydrocarbon emission data was submitted by the TACB on May 2, 1972. (Nonregulatory)

    (3) A discussion of the source surveillance and extension sections of the plan was submitted by the TACB on May 3, 1972. (Nonregulatory)

    (4) A discussion of minor revisions to the plan was submitted by the Governor on July 31, 1972. (Nonregulatory)

    (5) Revisions of section XI, paragraph C.3: Rule 9: Regulation V and control strategy for photochemical oxidants/hydrocarbons in Texas designated regions 7 and 10; regulation VII; and control strategy for nitrogen oxides in regions 5, 7, and 8 were submitted by the TACB on August 8, 1972.

    (6) A request that inconsistencies in the plan concerning the attainment dates of primary air standards be corrected was submitted by the Governor on November 10, 1972. (Nonregulatory)

    (7) Revisions to regulation IV, regulation V, the general rules and control strategy for photochemical oxidants/hydrocarbons, and a request for a two year extension to meet Federal standards for photochemical oxidants was submitted by the Governor on April 13, 1973.

    (8) Revisions to regulation IV (Control of Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles) were adopted on October 30, 1973, and were submitted by the Governor on December 11, 1973.

    (9) A revision of priority classifications for particulate matter, sulfur oxides, and carbon monoxide was submitted by the Governor on March 21, 1975. (Nonregulatory)

    (10) Revisions to rule 23, concerning compliance with new source performance standards, and rule 24, concerning compliance with national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants were submitted by the Governor on May 9, 1975.

    (11) Administrative revisions were submitted by the TACB with the semi-annual report in 1974 for sections I, II, III, IV, XI and XIII, and with the semi-annual report in 1975 for sections I, II, XI, and XII. (Nonregulatory)

    (12) A revision of section IX, Air Quality Surveillance, was submitted by the Governor on August 2, 1976. (Nonregulatory)

    (13) Revisions to section IX, Air Quality Surveillance Plan, which include changes of several air quality monitoring sites, were submitted by the TACB on August 12, 1977. (Nonregulatory)

    (14) Administrative revisions to section X, the Permit System, were submitted by the TACB in 1973, 1974, 1975, and 1977. (Nonregulatory)

    (15) Revisions to regulation V for control of volatile carbon compound emissions, as amended on December 10, 1976, were submitted by the Governor on July 20, 1977.

    (16) An administrative revision to section IX, Air Quality Surveillance System, was submitted by the Texas Air Control Board on August 14, 1978. (Nonregulatory)

    (17) Board Order No. 78-6, creditable as emission offsets for the Corpus Christi Petrochemical Company project in Corpus Christi, was submitted by the Governor on July 24, 1978, as amendments to the Texas State Implementation Plan (see §52.2275).

    (18) Draft inspection/maintenance legislation and a schedule for conducting a pilot inspection/maintenance study were submitted by the Governor on April 13, 1979.

    (19) Adopted inspection/maintenance legislation and administrative revisions concerning inspection/maintenance were submitted by the Governor on August 9, 1979.

    (20) Revision to the plan for attainment of standards for particulate matter, carbon monoxide, and ozone (Part D requirements) were submitted by the Governor on April 13, 1979.

    (21) Administrative revisions to the transportation control portion of the plan were submitted by the Governor on August 9, 1979 (non-regulatory).

    (22) No action is being taken on Subchapters 131.07.52, .53, and .54 of Regulation V, submitted by the Governor April 13, 1979 for the ozone nonattainment counties of Harris, Galveston, Brazoria, Bexar, Dallas, and Tarrant.

    (23) No action is being taken on the control strategy for the TSP nonattainment area of Houston 1, submitted by the Governor on April 13, 1979.

    (24) A revision identifying and committing to implement currently planned Transportation Control Measures (TCMs) for Harris County was submitted by the Governor on December 28, 1979.

    (25) Revisions to Regulation VI (i.e., Subchapter 116.3(a)(13-15)), and the definition of “de minimis impact,” were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on July 11, 1980, and submitted by the Governor on July 25, 1980.

    (26) Board Order No. 78-8 creditable as emission offsets for the General Portland, Inc., project in New Braunfels, Comal County, Texas, was submitted by the Governor on September 13, 1978, as an amendment to the Texas State Implementation Plan (see §52.2276).

    (27) Revisions to Regulation V (i.e., Subchapters 115.171-176) and particulate matter (TSP) control strategies for the nonattainment areas of San Benito, Brownsville, Corpus Christi 1, Corpus Christi 2, Dallas 1, and El Paso 4 were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on July 11, 1980, and submitted by the Governor on July 25, 1980.

    (28) An administrative revision to section I, Introduction, was submitted by the TACB on July 23, 1981. (Nonregulatory)

    (29) An administrative revision to section V, Legal Authority, was submitted by the TACB on July 23, 1981. (Nonregulatory).

    (30) Revisions to the Texas SIP for the Union Carbide Corporation Bubble in Texas City, Texas were submitted by the Governor on December 15, 1981.

    (31) Revisions to the ozone, total suspended particulate, and carbon monoxide control strategies, General Rules (i.e., definition for vapor mounted seal and section 101.22), Regulation IV (i.e., addition of section 114.2(b)), and Regulation V (i.e., deletion of sections 115.46 and 115.71, 115.101-106, sections 115.144, 115.153, title of sections 115.161-163 and 115.162, 115.171-176, 115.191-194, sections 115.252, 115.262, 115.401, 115.411, and title of sections 115.421-424) were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on March 20, 1981, and submitted by the Governor on July 20, 1981.

    (32) Revisions to the plan for intergovernmental consultation and composition of the Texas Air Control Board were submitted by the Governor on April 13, 1979.

    (33) A revision to General Rule 9—Sampling, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on October 30, 1973, was submitted by the Governor on December 11, 1973.

    (34) Revisions to the General Rules (i.e., the addition of definitions for liquid-mounted seal, miscellaneous metal parts and products, factory surface coating of flat wood paneling, vapor tight, and waxy high pour point crude oil) and Regulation V (i.e., sections 115.101-106, section 115.191 (9) and (10), sections 115.193, 115.194, 115.201-203, 115.221-223, 115.231-233, 115.251-255, 115.261-264, and 115.421-424) were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on July 11, 1980 and submitted by the Governor on July 25, 1980.

    (35) [Reserved]

    (36) Revisions to Regulation VI (i.e., section 116.1, section 116.2, section 116.3(a), section 116.3(a)(2), the addition of sections 116.3(a)(3), 116.3(a)(4), and 116.3(a)(5), section 116.3(a)(6), section 116.3(b)(2), the addition of sections 116.3(b)(3), 116.3(b)(4), 116.4, and 116.5, section 116.6, section 116.7, and section 116.8) were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on March 27, 1975 and submitted by the Governor on May 9, 1975.

    (37) Revisions to Regulation VI (i.e., the deletion of 131.08.00.009) were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on March 30, 1979 and submitted by the Governor on April 13, 1979.

    (38) Revisions to Regulation VI (i.e., the deletion of 131.08.00.003(a)(3) and 131.08.00.003(a)(5), section 116.3(a)(4), section 116.3(a)(5), section 116.3(a)(9), section 116.3(a)(10), section 116.3(a)(12), and section 116.10) were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on March 20, 1981 and submitted by the Governor on July 20, 1981.

    (39) [Reserved]

    (40) Revisions to Subchapter 115.135 (formerly 131.07.54.105) of Regulation V were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on September 7, 1979 and submitted by the Governor to EPA on November 2, 1979 (i.e., removal of Jefferson, Orange, El Paso, Nueces, and Travis Counties).

    (41) The Texas Lead SIP was submitted to EPA on June 12, 1980, by the Governor of Texas, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on March 21, 1980. Additional information was submitted in letters dated January 29, 1982, March 15, 1982, June 3, 1982, June 15, 1982, August 23, 1982, and October 14, 1982. Also additional information and Board Order 82-11 were submitted in a letter dated December 3, 1982. No action is taken regarding the Dallas and El Paso areas.

    (42) An administrative revision for Section VIII (Texas Air Pollution Emergency Episode Contingency Plan) and a revision to Regulation VIII (Control of Air Pollution Episodes) was submitted by the TACB on May 18, 1982 and December 29, 1981, respectively.

    (43) A revision to Regulation V deleting Ector County from the provisions of subsections 115.111 and .113 was adopted on March 20, 1981 and submitted by the Governor on July 20, 1981.

    (44) Revisions to Regulation I, sections 111.2(7), 111.3, 111.11, 111.12, 111.26, 111.61-111.65, and 111.71-111.76, for control of particulate matter and visible emissions as submitted by the Governor on January 22, 1974.

    (45) Revisions to Regulation I, section 111.2 for control of particulate matter and visible emissions as submitted by the Governor on December 29, 1975.

    (46) Revisions to Regulation I, Sections 111.2(8), 111.2(9), 111.22, 111.91 and 111.92 for control of particulate matter and visible emissions as submitted by the Governor on April 13, 1979.

    (47) Revisions to section XII (Resources) as submitted by the Executive Director on July 6, 1982.

    (48) Revisions to Subchapters 115.111-115.113 (formerly 131.07.52.101-131.07.52.104) regarding gasoline bulk terminals, 115.123-115.124 (formerly 131.07.53.101-131.07.53.103) regarding gasoline bulk plants, and 115.131-115.135 (formerly 131.07.54.101-131.07.54.105) regarding the filling of gasoline storage vessels at motor vehicle fuel dispensing facilities (Stage I vapor recovery at service stations) of Regulation V for the counties of Harris, Galveston, Brazoria, Bexar, Dallas, and Tarrant were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on March 30, 1979 and submitted by the Governor to EPA on April 13, 1979.

    (49) Revisions to Subchapters 115.111 and 115.113 (formerly 131.07.52.101 and 131.07.52.103) regarding gasoline bulk terminals, 115.121 and 115.123 (formerly 131.07.53.101 and 131.07.53.103) regarding gasoline bulk plants, and 115.131, 115.132, and 115.135 (formerly 131.07.54.101, 131.07.54.102, and 131.07.54.105) regarding the filling of gasoline storage vessels at motor vehicle fuel dispensing facilities (Stage I vapor recovery at service stations) of Regulation V were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on July 11, 1980 and submitted by the Governor to EPA on July 25, 1980.

    (50) Revisions to the General Rules (i.e., deletion of the definitions for chemical process plant, exhaust emission, gas processing plant, and non-methane hydrocarbons, and revisions to the definitions for gasoline bulk plant, gasoline terminal, lowest achievable emission rate, standard conditions, submerged fill pipe, paper coating, and light-duty truck coating), Regulation I (i.e., the deletion of sections 111.61-111.65, revisions to title of sections 111.71-111.76 and section 111.71, addition of sections 111.81-111.83, deletion of section 111.91, and revisions to section 111.92), and Regulation V (i.e., section 115.1, sections 115.11-115.13, sections 115.31-115.32, sections 115.41-115.45, section 115.81, and section 115.91, all for Bexar County only: and, sections 115.101-115.106; title of sections 115.141-115.144 and section 115.141, section 115.142, and section 115.144; title of sections 115.151-115.153 and section 115.152, and section 115.153; sections 115.161-115.163 and title; title of sections 115.171-115.176 and section 115.173, section 115.175, and section 115.176; title of sections 115.191-115.194 and section 115.191, section 115.192, and section 115.193; title of sections 115.201-115.203 and section 115.203; title of sections 115.221-115.223 and sections 115.222-115.223; sections 115.231-115.233 and title; title of sections 115.251-115.255 and section 115.253, and section 115.255; section 115.401; title of sections 115.411-115.413 and sections 115.411 and 115.412; title only of sections 115.421-115.424) were adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on January 8, 1982, and submitted by the Governor on August 9, 1982, with an addendum from the State on January 13, 1983.

    (51) A revision to Section III (Public Participation/Intergovernmental Coordination) was submitted by the Texas Air Control Board on August 17, 1982 and a letter of clarification was submitted on January 28, 1983. The revision also supercedes and deletes Section XIII which was approved on May 31, 1972.

    (52) An administrative revision to Section IX, Air Quality Surveillance, was submitted by the TACB on June 22, 1983. (Nonregulatory)

    (53) A revision to Regulation VI (i.e., the addition of section 116.11) was adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 3, 1982, and submitted by the Governor on May 13, 1983.

    (54) Revisions to the Texas State Implementation Plan for lead for Dallas County (concerning a lead control plan for the area around the secondary lead smelter in West Dallas), were submitted to EPA on April 6, 1984, by the Governor of Texas, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on February 17, 1984.

    (55) Revisions to the Texas State Implementation Plan for lead for Dallas County (concerning a lead control plan for the area around the secondary lead smelter in South Dallas), and revisions to Regulation III, chapter 113, Subchapter B, Lead Smelters in Dallas County, were submitted to EPA on July 16, 1984, by the Governor of Texas, as adopted by Texas Air Control Board on May 18, 1984. No action is taken on Regulation III, Sections 113.113 and 113.114.

    (56) Revisions to the Texas State Implementation Plan for lead for El Paso County, with revisions to Regulation III, Chapter 113, Subchapter B, Nonferrous Smelters in El Paso County, were submitted to EPA on June 20, 1984, by the Governor of Texas, as adopted by Texas Air Control Board on February 17, 1984. Also, letters providing additional information were submitted by Texas on June 11 and June 28, 1984. No action is taken on Regulation III, Sections 113.111 113.112. The date of compliance listed in §113.122 of February 28, 1989 (for section 113.53) is disapproved. EPA is taking no action on the attainment date for El Paso County.

    (57)-(58) [Reserved]

    (59) Revisions to TACB Regulation VI and definitions in the General Rules as adopted on June 10, 1983 and submitted by the Governor on December 22, 1983, including a letter of clarification on their definitions submitted by the Texas Air Control Board on March 27, 1984.

    (60) The Alternative Emission Control Plan for the Exxon Baytown Refinery in Baytown, Texas was adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on March 18, 1983, in Board Order No. 83-2.

    (61) Revisions to the plan for attainment of the standard for Ozone in Harris County were submitted by the Governor on December 9, 1982, January 3, 1984, and March 18, 1985.

    (i) Revisions adopted on December 3, 1982, include the following changes to Regulation V and the general rules. New sections or subsections 115.105(7), 115.111(2)(b), 115.111(2)(c), 115.111(2)(d), 115.163, 115.164, 115.193(c)(5), 115.193(c)(6), 115.271, 115.272, 115.273, 115.274, 115.275, and 115.421 are added. Revisions to 115.106(b), 115.106(c), 115.113, 115.141, 115.142, 115.161, 115.162, 115.191(9)(a)(i), 115.251(a)(1), 115.252(a)(4), 115.252(b), 115.252(c), 115.253(a), 115.254, 115.255(c), and 115.401(b) were made. Section 101.1 of the general rules was revised to include definitions of new terms. The revisions also included the following commitments: emissions tracking, pages 87-88; projections of reasonable further progress, pages 91 and 93; and emission reduction commitments for transportation control measures, Appendix V.

    (ii) Revisions adopted on September 9, 1983, include revisions to Regulation IV. New sections or subsections 114.1(e), 114.1(f), 114.3, and 114.5 are added.

    (iii) Revisions adopted on November 9, 1984 include the following:

    (A) Recordkeeping and record submittal requirements, pages 12-13,

    (B) Mechanics training program commitments, pages 17-18,

    (C) Public Awareness Plan commitments, pages 19-20,

    (D) Implementation Schedule, page 25(1-3),

    (E) Reasonable Further Progress Chart, Table 13, and

    (F) Department of Public Safety and Texas Air Control Board Rules and Regulations, Texas Vehicle Inspection Act Article XV, and Documentation to Authorize and Support the Implementation and Enforcement of the Texas Vehicle Parameter Inspection and Maintenance Program, Appendix X, containing the following documents:

    (62) Revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan for Good Engineering Practice—Stack Height regulations, Texas Air Control Board Regulation VI, §116.3(a)(14), as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on July 17, 1987, were submitted by the Governor of Texas on October 26, 1987. This revision included definitions for owner or operator, emission limitation and emission standards, stack, a stack in existence, dispersion technique, good engineering practice, nearby, excessive concentration, and regulations related to stack height provisions and stack height procedures for new source review.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Air Control Board Regulation VI, §116.3(a)(14), adopted by the Board on July 17, 1987.

    (ii) Other material—one.

    (63) Revisions to TACB Regulation VI and definitions in the General Rules were submitted by the Governor on December 13, 1985.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. December 13, 1985 letter from the Governor to EPA, and Revisions adopted on September 20, 1985, include the following changes to Regulation VI and the General Rules. Revisions to §116.11 were made, and §101.1 of the General Rules was revised to include an amendment to the term major facility/stationary source.

    (64) Board Order No. 85-2, an alternate emission reduction plan for the Continental Can Company, U.S.A. can coating plant in Longview, Texas was submitted by the Governor on July 25, 1985, as amendments to the Texas State Implementation Plan. The source is now subject to the legally enforceable requirements stated in Board Order No. 85-2 and in TACB Permit Number C-16765.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 85-2 adopted on May 10, 1985, and TACB Permit Number C-16765 as revised November 21, 1986.

    (65) In a October 26, 1987, letter, the Governor of Texas submitted a revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan for Lead in El Paso County. These revisions to the control strategy are adequate to demonstrate attainment by August 14, 1987, of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for lead in El Paso County by modeling. Enclosed in this letter were Texas Air Control Board (TACB) Board Order No. 87-14 as passed and approved on August 14, 1987; the revisions to Regulation III, Subchapter B as appended to the Board Order; and a certification of Public Hearing.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) TACB Board Order No. 87-14, as adopted on August 14, 1987.

    (B) The March 23, 1988, letter and enclosures from TACB to EPA.

    (66) Revisions to the plan for attainment of the standard for ozone in Dallas and Tarrant Counties were submitted by the Governor on September 30, 1985 and December 21, 1987.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to the Texas Air Control Board Regulation IV, Section 114.1 (c), (e), (f), 114.3, 114.5 (a), (b), (d), (e), (f), and (g) adopted July 26, 1985.

    (B) Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance and Transportation Control Measures (VIMTCM), Appendix AG, Emission Reduction Commitments for Transportation Control Measures in Post-1982 SIP Areas adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on August 28, 1985.

    (C) VIMTCM, Appendix AJ, Excerpted Senate Bill 725, section 35 (d) and (g) effective September 1, 1985; and House Bill 1593 sections 21 and 22 effective June 18, 1987.

    (D) The following portions of VIMTCM, Appendix AK, Texas Vehicle Parameter Inspection and Maintenance Program adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 18, 1987.

    (E) VIMTCM, Appendix AM, Department of Public Safety Rules and Regulations Concerning Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance Programs, Sections 1, 2, and 3 adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 18, 1987.

    (F) VIMTCM, Appendix AN, Local Government Letters of Commitment to Enforce Vehicle Inspection and Maintenance Programs adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 18, 1987.

    (67) Part II of the Visibility Protection Plan was submitted by the Governor on November 18, 1987. This submittal includes a visibility long-term strategy and general plan provisions as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on September 18, 1987.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revision entitled, “State Implementation Plan Revisions for Visibility Protection in Class I Areas: Phase I, September 18, 1987” (including Appendices A and B).

    (B) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 87-15, adopted September 18, 1987.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) None.

    (68) [Reserved]

    (69) Revisions to the plan for attainment of the standard for ozone in Dallas and Tarrant Counties were submitted by the Governor on October 11, 1985, December 21, 1987, and December 13, 1988. EPA is approving these stationary source VOC regulations and commitments under part A, section 110 of the Clean Air Act. However, these regulations do not represent RACT under part D, section 172 of the Clean Air Act for numerous reasons, including cross-line averaging and director's equivalency determinations without first being submitted to and approved by EPA as a SIP revision.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC chapter 115), Control of Air Pollution from Volatile Organic Compounds: Rules 115.111 introductory paragraph; 115.111(2)(E); 115.111(2)(F); 115.113 introductory paragraph, 115.113 last entry in table; except El Paso County for Rules 115.131 introductory paragraph, 115.132(6), 115.132(7), 115.135 introductory paragraph, and 115.135 second to last entry in table; 115.162 introductory paragraph only; 115.163(b)(2); 115.163(b)(3); 115.164(b) first paragraph only; 115.164(b)(3); 115.164(b)(4); 115.171(a); except El Paso County for Rule 115.171(b); 115.175(f); 115.176(a); 115.176(c); 115.191(9)(A)(iii); 115.191(9)(A)(iv); 115.191(9)(A)(v); 115.193(c)(3); 115.223; except El Paso County for Rules 115.261 undesignated heading, 115.261 introductory paragraph, 115.262(a), and 115.264; as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on July 26, 1985. Rules 115.171(c); 115.171(d); 115.176(d); 115.193(c) first paragraph only; 115.193(c)(1); 115.193(c)(2);115.193(c)(6); 115.193(d) first paragraph only; 115.193(e); 115.194; 115.201(b)(1); 115.202; 115.203(a); and 115.291 through 115.294 and the corresponding undesignated heading; as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 18, 1987. Rules 115.111(4)(C); except El Paso County for Rule 115.111(5); 115.111(6); 115.111(7); 115.113 last entry in table; 115.131(2); except El Paso County for Rule 115.131(3); 115.131(4); 115.131(5); 115.132 introductory paragraph only; 115.132(2); 115.134(3); 115.135 last entry in table; 115.141(a); 115.141(b); 115.142(a) first paragraph; 115.142(b); 115.143(a); 115.143(b); 115.143(c); 115.144; 115.162(3)(B); 115.163(a); 115.163(c); 115.163(d); 115.164(b)(7); 115.171(e); 115.172(a) first paragraph only; 115.172(a)(1); 115.172(a)(3); 115.172(a)(4); 115.172(a)(5)(A); 115.172(a)(6); 115.172(a)(7); 115.172(b) first paragraph only; 115.172(b)(1); 115.173(a) first paragraph only; 115.173(a)(2); 115.173(a)(4)(A); 115.173(a)(4)(B); 115.173(a)(4)(E); 115.173(a)(6); 115.173(b) first paragraph only; 115.173(b)(2); 115.173(b)(4); 115.173(b)(5); 115.173(b)(10); 115.173(b)(11); 115.173(c); 115.174(a) first paragraph only; 115.174(a)(1)(A); 115.174(a)(1)(B); 115.174(a)(1)(C); 115.174(a)(7); 115.174(a)(8); 115.174(a)(9); 115.174(b) first paragraph only; 115.174(b)(2); 115.174(b)(4); 115.174(b)(5); 115.174(c); 115.175(e); 115.175(g); 115.176(e); 115.191(a) first paragraph only; 115.191(a)(8)(A); 115.191(a)(8)(B); 115.191(a)(8)(C); 115.191(a)(9)(C); 115.191(a)(11); 115.191(b); 115.191(c); 115.192(a); 115.192(b); 115.192(c); 115.193(f); 115.201(a); 115.201(b) first paragraph only; 115.201(b)(2) through 115.201(b)(6); 115.201(c); 115.203(b); 115.221(a) first paragraph only; 115.221(a)(4); and 115.221(b); as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on October 14, 1988.

    (B) Revisions to the Texas Air Control Board General Rules (31 TAC chapter 101), rule 101.1, Definitions for: automobile refinishing; consumer-solvent products; as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 18, 1987. Rule 101.1, Definitions for: architectural coating; automotive primer or primer surfacers (used in automobile refinishing); automotive wipe-down solutions; coating application system; delivery vessel/tank-truck tank; exempt solvent; flexographic printing process; non-flat architectural coating; packaging rotogravure printing; publication rotogravure printing; rotogravure printing; surface coating processes; transfer efficiency; and vapor balance system; as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on October 14, 1988.

    (C) The following portions of the Post-1982 Ozone Control Strategies Dallas and Tarrant Counties Texas State Implementation Plan Revisions (TX82SIP), as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 18, 1987.

    (1)(d) Emissions Tracking, page 56 (last paragraph), 57, and 58.

    (2)(e) Regulation Review, pages 58-60.

    (3)(a) Emissions Reductions and Growth Unaffected by This Plan, page 63 (first two full paragraphs).

    (4)(e) Transportation Control Measures, pages 67-68.

    (5)(4) Projection of Reasonable Further Progress (RFP), pages 71-72.

    (6)(5) Contengency Plan, page 72.

    (7)(a) Emissions Reductions and Growth Unaffected by This Plan, page 75.

    (8)(e) Transportation Control Measures, pages 79-80.

    (9)(4) Projection of Reasonable Further Progress (RFP), pages 83-84.

    (10)(5) Contingency Plan, page 84.

    (D) TX82SIP, appendix AG, Emission Reduction Commitments for Transportation Control Measures in Post-1982 SIP Areas, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 18, 1987.

    (E) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 85-06, as adopted July 26, 1985.

    (F) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 87-18, as adopted December 18, 1987.

    (G) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 88-10, as adopted October 14, 1988.

    (ii) Additional Material.

    (A) A letter dated September 25, 1989, from Allen Eli Bell, Executive Director, Texas Air Control Board to Robert E. Layton Jr., P.E., Regional Administrator, EPA Region 6.

    (B) TX82SIP, (c) Additional Control Technique Guidelines (CTGs), pages 48-49.

    (C) TX82SIP, appendix AL, Transportation Control Measure Evaluation and Documentation of Highway Vehicle Data adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 18, 1987.

    (70) On March 12, 1982, the Governor of Texas submitted a request to revise the Texas SIP to include an Alternative Emission Reduction Plan for the E.I. Du Pont de Nemours & Company's Sabine River Works at Orange, Orange County, Texas. This Bubble uses credits obtained from the shutdown of sixteen methanol storage tanks and a methanol truck and railcar loading terminal in lieu of controls on one cyclohexane storage tank and two methanol storage tanks.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 82-1, entitled “E.I. Du Pont de Nemours and Company Incorporated” passed and approved by the Board on January 8, 1982.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) Letter dated October 23, 1989, from the Director of the Texas Air Control Board (TACB) Technical Support and Regulation Development Program, giving assurances that the State has resources and plans necessary to strive toward attainment and maintenance of the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for ozone taking into account the influence of this Bubble on air quality.

    (B) Letter dated May 31, 1988, from the Director of the TACB Technical Services Division, giving quantification of emissions and developmental information relative to volatile organic compound emissions from the storage and terminal facilities at the Du Pont plant.

    (C) Letter dated June 21, 1988, from the Director of the TACB Technical Services Division, giving the throughput basis for emission calculations for the tanks and discussing status of the equipment in the trade.

    (D) Record of Communication of a phone call from Bill Riddle, EPA Region 6 Emissions Trading Coordinator, to Clayton Smith and Wayne Burnop, Environmental Engineers for the TACB, dated November 7, 1989. TACB confirms that there has been no shifting demand for the bubble.

    (E) Record of Communication of a phone call from Mr. Bertie Fernando, TACB Environmental Engineer, to Bill Riddle, EPA Region 6 Emissions Trading Coordinator, dated December 15, 1989. TACB gives the status of the equipment in the bubble as a follow up to the June 21, 1988, letter mentioned in paragraph (c) of this section.

    (71) Revisions to section VIII of the Texas SIP entitled “Texas Air Pollution Episode Contingency Plan” as submitted by the Texas Air Control Board (TACB) in a letter dated October 2, 1987. Revisions to TACB Regulation VIII, 31 TAC Chapter 118, “Emergency Episode Planning,” as approved by TACB on July 16, 1987, and on April 14, 1989, and submitted by the Governor in letters dated October 26, 1987, and October 13, 1989, respectively.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Amended TACB Regulation VIII, 31 TAC chapter 118, Rules 118.1(a), 118.1(b)(2), 118.1(c), 118.2, 118.3, 118.4, 118.5(d), 118.5(e), 118.5(f) and 118.6 as approved on July 17, 1987, and the repeal of Rule 118.7 as approved by TACB on July 17, 1987.

    (B) Amended TACB Regulation VIII, 31 TAC chapter 118, Rules 118.1(b), 118.1(b)(1), Table 1 of Rule 118.1, first paragraph of Rule 118.5, and 118.5(1), 118.5(2), 118.5(3), as approved by TACB on April 14, 1989.

    (C) TACB Order 87-10, approved July 17, 1987.

    (D) TACB Order 89-01, approved April 14, 1989.

    (E) Texas SIP section VIII “Texas Air Pollution Episode Contingency Plan” pages VIII-3 through VIII-14, VIII-A-2 through VIII-A-4, and VIII-B-2 through VIII-B-3.

    (ii) Additional material

    (A) Revisions to section VIII as submitted on October 2, 1987, from Eli Bell, superceding and deleting section VIII as approved by EPA on October 7, 1982, at 47 FR 44260 (Texas Air Pollution Emergency Episode Contingency Plan).

    (B) A letter dated February 10, 1989, from Steven Spaw, TACB, to William B. Hathaway, U.S. EPA.

    (72) Revisions to the plan for attainment of the standard for ozone in Dallas and Tarrant counties were submitted by the Governor on March 5, 1990 limiting the volatility of gasoline.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to the Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC chapter 115), Control of Air Pollution from Volatile Organic Compounds, Rule 115.242-249 as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 8, 1989.

    (B) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 89-13, as adopted December 8, 1988.

    (73) Revisions for Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) are: Regulation VI—Section 116.3(a)(13) as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board (TACB) on July 26, 1985 and as revised by the TACB on July 17, 1987 and July 15, 1988 and submitted by the Governor on December 11, 1985, October 26, 1987, and September 29, 1988, respectively; the PSD Supplement as adopted by the TACB on July 17, 1987 and submitted by the Governor on October 26, 1987; General Rules—Section 101.20(3) as adopted by the TACB on July 26, 1985 and submitted by the Governor on December 11, 1985; and the TACB commitment letters submitted by the Executive Director on September 5, 1989 and April 17, 1992. Approval of the PSD SIP is partially based on previously approved TACB regulations and State statutes.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to the TACB Regulation VI (31 TAC chapter 116)—Control of Air Pollution by Permits for New Construction or Modification: Rule 116.3(a)(13) as adopted by the TACB on July 26, 1985 and as revised by the TACB on July 17, 1987 and July 15, 1988.

    (B) Revision to TACB General Rules (31 TAC Chapter 101)—Rule 101.20(3) as adopted by the TACB on July 26, 1985.

    (C) TACB Board Order No. 85-07, as adopted on July 26, 1985.

    (D) TACB Board Order No. 87-09, as adopted on July 17, 1987.

    (E) TACB Board Order No. 88-08, as adopted on July 15, 1988.

    (F) The following portions of the PSD Supplement, as adopted by the TACB on July 17, 1987: 1. (2) Initial Classification of areas in Texas, pages 1-2; 2. (3) Re-designation procedures, page 2; 3. (4) plan assessment, pages 2-3; 4. (6) Innovative Control Technology, page 3; and 5. (7) Notification, (a) through (d), page 4.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) The PSD Supplement as adopted by the TACB on July 17, 1987.

    (B) A letter dated September 5, 1989, from the Executive Director of the TACB to the Regional Administrator of EPA Region 6.

    (C) A letter dated April 17, 1992, from the Executive Director of the TACB to the Division Director of Air, Pesticides and Toxics Division, EPA Region 6.

    (74) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board's volatile organic compound regulations were submitted by the Governor of Texas on July 16, 1990.

    (i) Incorporation by reference

    (A) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC Chapter 115) Control of Air Pollution from Volatile Organic Compounds, Subchapter E: Solvent-Using Processes, Surface Coating Processes, §115.421 introductory paragraph, §115.421(8)(A), §115.425 introductory paragraph, §115.425(3), §115.429 introductory paragraph, and §115.429(2)(E), as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on June 22, 1990.

    (B) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 90-07 as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on June 22, 1990.

    (ii) Additional material

    (A) Texas Air Control Board July 10, 1990, certification signed by Steve Spaw, P.E., Executive Director, Texas Air Control Board.

    (75) Revisions to the State Implementation Plan for particulate matter (PM10 Group III) General Rules (31 TAC Chapter 101), §101.1 Definitions for “De minimis impact”, “Particulate matter”, “Particulate matter emissions”, “PM10”, “PM10 emissions”, and “Total suspended particulate”, as adopted on June 16, 1989, by the Texas Air Control Board (TACB), were submitted by the Governor on August 21, 1989.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) General Rules (31 TAC Chapter 101), Section 101.1 Definitions for “De minimis impact”, “Particulate matter”, “Particulate matter emissions”, “PM10”, “PM10 emissions”, and “Total suspended particulate”, as adopted on June 16, 1989, by the TACB.

    (ii) Additional material—None.

    (76) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan (SIP) to include revisions to Texas Air Control Board (TACB) Regulation II, 31 TAC Chapter 112. Control of Air Pollution from Sulfur Compounds, submitted by the Governor by cover letter dated October 15, 1992.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board (TACB), Regulation II, 31 TAC Chapter 112, Section 112.1, “Definitions;” Section 112.2, “Compliance, Reporting, and Recordkeeping;” Section 112.3, “Net Ground Level Concentrations;” Section 112.4, “Net Ground Level Concentration—Exemption Conditions;” Section 112.5, “Allowable Emission Rates—Sulfuric Acid Plant Burning Elemental Sulfur;” Section 112.6, “Allowable Emission Rates—Sulfuric Acid Plant;” Section 112.7, “Allowable Emission Rates—Sulfur Recovery Plant;” Section 112.8, “Allowable Emission Rates From Solid Fossil Fuel-Fired Steam Generators,” Subsections 112.8(a), except for the phrase “Except as provided in subsection (b) of this section,” 112.8(c), 112.8(d), 112.8(e); Section 112.9, “Allowable Emission Rates—Combustion of Liquid Fuel;” Section 112.14, “Allowable Emission Rates—Nonferrous Smelter Processes;” Section 112.15, “Temporary Fuel Shortage Plan Filing Requirements;” Section 112.16, “Temporary Fuel Shortage Plan Operating Requirements;” Section 112.17, “Temporary Fuel Shortage Plan Notification Procedures;” Section 112.18, “Temporary Fuel Shortage Plan Reporting Requirements;” Section 112.19, “Application for Area Control Plan;” Section 112.20, “Exemption Procedure;” and Section 112.21, “Allowable Emission Rates Under Area Control Plan,” as adopted by the TACB on September 18, 1992.

    (B) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 92-19, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on September 18, 1992.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) Texas Air Control Board certification letter dated October 1, 1992, and signed by William R. Campbell, Executive Director, Texas Air Control Board.

    (B) Texas Air Control Board clarification letter dated July 5, 1993, from William R. Campbell, Executive Director, Texas Air Control Board, to A. Stanley Meiburg, Director, Air, Pesticides, and Toxics Division, EPA Region 6.

    (77) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC Chapter 115), Control of Air Pollution from Volatile Organic Compounds, were submitted by the Governor on March 5, 1990, July 16, 1990, May 10, 1991, and September 30, 1991.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC Chapter 115), Control of Air Pollution from Volatile Organic Compounds, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on December 8, 1989.

    (B) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC Chapter 115), Control of Air Pollution from Volatile Organic Compounds, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on June 22, 1990: 115.425(1)(D) and 115.425(1)(E).

    (C) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC Chapter 115), Control of Air Pollution from Volatile Organic Compounds, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on May 10, 1991: 115.010—Definitions for coating, coating line, leak, pounds of volatile organic compounds (VOC) per gallon of coating (minus water and exempt solvents), pounds of volatile organic compounds (VOC) per gallon of solids, printing line, volatile organic compound (VOC), 115.112(c), 115.114 introductory paragraph, 115.114(3), 115.116(1), 115.116(3)(B) through 115.116(3)(D), 115.119(a)(1), 115.119(a)(2), 115.122(a)(3), 115.126(1)(B) through 115.126(1)(E), 115.129(a)(1), 115.129(a)(2), 115.132(a)(4), 115.136, 115.139(a)(1), 115.139(a)(2), 115.212(a)(4), 115.212(a)(5), 115.212(a)(6), 115.215(5), 115.216(2)(B) through 115.216(2)(D), 115.219(a)(1) through 115.219(a)(3), 115.222(7) through 115.222(9), 115.229(1), 115.229(2), 115.239, 115.315(2), 115.316(1)(A) through 115.316(1)(D), the repeal of 115.317, 115.319(1), 115.319(2), 115.322(4), 115.324(1)(A), 115.324(1)(B), 115.324(2)(A) through 115.324(2)(E), 115.325(2), 115.327(1) through 115.327(5), 115.329 introductory paragraph, 115.329(1), 115.329(2) 115.332 introductory paragraph, 115.332(4), 115.334(1)(D), 115.334(1)(E), 115.334(2), 115.335 introductory paragraph, 115.335(2), 115.336 introductory paragraph, 115.337(1) through 115.337(5), 115.339, 115.342(4), 115.344(1)(D), 115.344(1)(E), 115.344(2), 115.345(2), 115.347(1) through 115.347(6), 115.349, 115.417(3) through 115.417(6), 115.419(1) through 115.419(3), 115.421 introductory paragraph, 115.421(1) through 115.421(8)(B) introductory paragraph, 115.421(8)(C) through 115.421(9)(A)(v), 115.421(9)(C), 115.422 introductory paragraph, 115.422(1), 115.422(1)(A) through 115.422(1)(C), 115.422(2), 115.423(2) through 115.423(4), 115.424 introductory paragraph, 115.424(1) through 115.424(3), 115.425(2), 115.425(3)(B)(i), 115.425(3)(B)(iii), 115.426 introductory paragraph, 115.426(2), 115.426(2)(A)(ii) through 115.426(2)(A)(iv), 115.426(3), 115.427(6), 115.427(6)(A), 115.427(6)(B), 115.427(7), 115.429(1), 115.429(2)(A), 115.429(2)(B), 115.432 introductory paragraph, 115.432(1), 115.432(1)(A) through 115.432(1)(C)(iii), 115.432(2), 115.432(3), 115.435(5) through 115.435(7), 115.436(3)(B) through 115.436(3)(D), 115.437(1), 115.437(2), 115.439(1), 115.439(2), 115.512(3), 115.519, 115.532(5), 115.536(2)(A)(ii) through 115.536(2)(A)(iv), 115.537(5), 115.537(6), 115.539(1), 115.539(2).

    (D) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board Regulation V (31 TAC Chapter 115), Control of Air Pollution from Volatile Organic Compounds, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on September 20, 1991: 115.010—Definitions for capture efficiency, capture system, carbon adsorber, carbon adsorption system, control device and control system, 115.126(1), 115.129(a)(3), 115.136, 115.139(a)(2), 115.224(2), 115.229(2), 115.422(2), 115.423(3), 115.425(4) through 115.425(4)(C)(iii), 115.426(3), 115.426(4), 115.429(2)(C), 115.435 introductory paragraph, 115.435(7) through 115.435(7)(C)(iii), 115.435(8), 115.436(6), 115.439(2).

    (78) Revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan for Prevention of Significant Deterioration adopted by the Texas Air Control Board (TACB) on December 14, 1990, and submitted by the Governor on February 18, 1991.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revision to TACB Regulation VI (31 TAC Chapter 116)—Control of Air Pollution by Permits for New Construction or Modification: Section 116.3(a)(13) as adopted by the TACB on December 14, 1990, and effective January 7, 1991.

    (B) TACB Board Order No. 90-13, as adopted on December 14, 1990.

    (79) A revision to the Texas SIP addressing moderate PM-10 nonattainment area requirements for El Paso was submitted by the Governor of Texas by letter dated November 5, 1991. The SIP revision included, as per section 179B of the Clean Air Act, a modeling demonstration providing for timely attainment of thePM-10 National Ambient Air Quality Standards for El Paso but for emissions emanating from Mexico.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board (TACB), Regulation I, Section 111.101, “General Prohibition;” Section 111.103, “Exceptions to Prohibition of Outdoor Burning;” Section 111.105, “General Requirements for Allowable Outdoor Burning;” Section 111.107, “Responsibility for Consequences of Outdoor Burning;” Section 111.143, “Materials Handling;” Section 111.145, ”Construction and Demolition,” Subsections 111.145(1), 111.145(2); Section 111.147, “Roads, Streets, and Alleys,” Subsections 111.147(1)(B), 111.147(1)(C), 111.147(1)(D); and Section 111.149, “Parking Lots,” as adopted by the TACB on June 16, 1989.

    (B) TACB Order No. 89-03, as adopted by the TACB on June 16, 1989.

    (C) Revisions to TACB, Regulation I, Section 111.111, “Requirements for Specified Sources,” Subsection 111.111(c); Section 111.141, “Geographic Areas of Application and Date of Compliance;” Section 111.145, “Construction and Demolition,” Subsections 111.145(first paragraph), 111.145(3); and Section 111.147, “Roads, Streets, and Alleys,” Subsections 111.147(first paragraph), 111.147(1)(first paragraph), 111.147(1)(A), 111.147(1)(E), 111.147(1)(F), and 111.147(2), as adopted by the TACB on October 25, 1991.

    (D) TACB Order No. 91-15, as adopted by the TACB on October 25, 1991.

    (E) City of El Paso, Texas, ordinance, Title 9 (Health and Safety), Chapter 9.38 (Woodburning), Section 9.38.010, “Definitions;” Section 9.38.020, “No-Burn Periods;” Section 9.38.030, “Notice Required;” Section 9.38.040, “Exemptions;” Section 9.38.050, “Rebuttable Presumption;” and Section 9.38.060, “Violation Penalty,” as adopted by the City Council of the City of El Paso on December 11, 1990.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) November 5, 1991, narrative plan addressing the El Paso moderate PM-10 nonattainment area, including emission inventory, modeling analyses, and control measures.

    (B) A Memorandum of Understanding between the TACB and the City of El Paso defining the actions required and the responsibilities of each party pursuant to the revisions to the Texas PM-10 SIP for El Paso, passed and approved on November 5, 1991.

    (C) TACB certification letter dated July 27, 1989, and signed by Allen Eli Bell, Executive Director, TACB.

    (D) TACB certification letter dated October 28, 1991, and signed by Steve Spaw, Executive Director, TACB.

    (E) El Paso PM-10 SIP narrative from pages 91-92 that reads as follows: “* * * provided that adequate information becomes available, a contingency plan will be developed in conjunction with future El Paso PM-10 SIP revisions. It is anticipated that EPA, TACB, the City of El Paso, and SEDUE will continue a cooperative effort to study the PM-10 air quality in the El Paso/Juarez air basin. Based on the availability of enhanced emissions and monitoring data, as well as more sophisticated modeling techniques (e.g., Urban Airshed Model), future studies will attempt to better define the relative contributions of El Paso and Juarez to the PM-10 problem in the basin. At that time, a contingency plan can more appropriately be developed in a cooperative effort with Mexico.”

    (80) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan to adopt an alternate control strategy for the surface coating processes at Lockheed Corporation of Fort Worth.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Air Control Board Order Number 93-13 issued and effective June 18, 1993, for Lockheed Corporation, Fort Worth approving an Alternate Reasonably Available Control Technology (ARACT). A letter from the Governor of Texas dated August 19, 1993, submitting to the EPA the ARACT demonstration.

    (ii) Additional material-the document prepared by GD titled “The Proposed Alternate Reasonably Available Control Technology Determination for U.S. Air Force Plant Number Four and Ancillary Facilities of General Dynamics” dated September 16, 1991.

    (81) A revision to the Texas SIP to include revisions to Texas Regulation V, 31 TAC §§115.241-115.249-Control of Vehicle Refueling Emissions (Stage II) at Motor Vehicle Fuel Dispensing Facilities adopted by the State on October 16, 1992, effective November 16, 1992, and submitted by the Governor by cover letter dated November 13, 1992.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to Texas Regulation V, 31 TAC §§115.241-115.249-Control of Vehicle Refueling Emissions (Stage II) at Motor Vehicle Fuel Dispensing Facilities, effective November 16, 1992.

    (B) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 92-16, as adopted October 16, 1992.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) September 30, 1992, narrative plan addressing: general requirements, definitions, determination of regulated universe, certification of approved vapor recovery systems, training, public information, recordkeeping, requirements for equipment installation and testing, annual in-use above ground inspections, program penalties, resources, and benefits.

    (82) A revision to the Texas SIP to include a new Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission, Part III, Chapter 101, General Rules, section 101.10, Emission Inventory Requirements. In a concurrent action, the TNRCC repealed the existing section 101.10 concerning filing of emissions data. The new rule and the repealing of the old rule was submitted to the EPA on October 15, 1992, by the Governor, as a proposed revision to the SIP.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) TNRCC, Part III, Chapter 101, General Rules, section 101.10, Emission Inventory Requirements, as adopted by the TNRCC on August 20, 1992.

    (B) TNRCC Order No. 92-20, as adopted by the TNRCC on August 20, 1992.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) TNRCC certification letter dated October 8, 1992, and signed by William R. Campbell, Executive Director, TNRCC.

    (83) A revision to the Texas SIP to include an alternate particulate control plan for certain unpaved industrial roadways at the ASARCO copper smelter in El Paso, submitted by the Governor by cover letter dated March 30, 1994.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission Order No. 94-01, as adopted by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission on March 9, 1994.

    (B) TNRCC Attachment 3 containing the Texas Air Control Board permit number 20345 for the ASARCO primary copper smelter in El Paso, Texas, issued May 11, 1992.

    (C) TNRCC Attachment 4 containing the June 8, 1993, letter from Mr. Troy W. Dalton, Texas Air Control Board (TACB), to Mr. Thomas Diggs, U.S. EPA Region 6, addressing the ASARCO Inc. (El Paso) waiver request from TACB Regulation I, Section 111.147(1)(A), including the enclosure entitled “Waiver Provisions to Texas Air Control Board Regulation 111.147(1)(A) for ASARCO, Incorporated, El Paso Account No. EE-0007-G.”

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) March 9, 1994, SIP narrative addressing the alternate particulate control plan (in lieu of paving) for certain unpaved industrial roadways at the ASARCO copper smelter in El Paso.

    (84) A revision to the Texas SIP for the El Paso moderate carbon monoxide nonattainment area which has a design value less than 12.7 parts per million was submitted by the Governor of Texas to meet the November 15, 1992, CAA deadline. The elements in this incorporation include the general SIP revision and the oxygenated fuels regulations submitted to the EPA on October 23, 1992, and the completed emissions inventory submitted to the EPA on November 17, 1992.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Addition of a new Section 114.13, “Oxygenated Fuels” to the Texas Air Control Board (TACB), Regulation IV.

    (B) TACB Board Order Number 92-15, as adopted by the TACB on September 18, 1992.

    (C) SIP narrative plan entitled “Revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for Carbon Monoxide (CO), 1992 CO SIP for Moderate Area—El Paso,” adopted by the Texas Air Control Board September 18, 1992, addressing: 3. 1992 CO SIP Revisions for Moderate Area El Paso (new.) e. Attainment Demonstration, pages 9-10; f. Oxygenated Fuels 3) Administrative Requirements, page 13, b) Clerical Reviews, page 15, c) Field Inspections, page 15; and e) enforcement (i)-(iv), pages 17-19.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) SIP narrative plan entitled “Revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for Carbon Monoxide (CO), 1992 CO SIP for Moderate Area—El Paso,” adopted by the Texas Air Control Board September 18, 1992.

    (B) Governor of Texas submittal of November 13, 1992, regarding the El Paso CO emissions inventory.

    (C) The TACB certification letter dated October 1, 1992, and signed by William R. Campbell, Executive Director, TACB.

    (85) The State is required to implement a Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance Assistance Program (PROGRAM) as specified in the plan revision submitted by the Governor on November 13, 1992. This plan submittal, as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board (TACB) on November 6, 1992, was developed in accordance with section 507 of the Clean Air Act (CAA).

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Clean Air Act (TCAA), TEXAS HEALTH AND SAFETY CODE ANN. (Vernon 1992), §382.0365, “Small Business Stationary Source Assistance Program”, enacted by the Texas 1991 legislative session and effective September 1, 1991. Included in TCAA, §382.0365, are provisions establishing a small business assistance program (SBAP), an Ombudsman, and a Compliance Advisory Panel (CAP); establishing membership of the CAP; and addressing the responsibilities and duties of the SBAP, Ombudsman, and the CAP.

    (B) TACB Order No. 92-22, as adopted by the TACB on November 6, 1992.

    (C) Appendix C, “Schedule of Implementation”, appended to the narrative SIP Revision entitled, “Revisions to the State Implementation Plan for the Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance Assistance Program, Texas Air Control Board; November 1992”.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) Narrative SIP Revision entitled, “Revisions to the State Implementation Plan for the Small Business Stationary Source Technical and Environmental Compliance Assistance Program, Texas Air Control Board; November 1992”.

    (B) TACB certification letter dated November 10, 1992, and signed by William R. Campbell, Executive Director, TACB.

    (C) Legal opinion letter dated October 15, 1992 from Kirk P. Watson, Chairman, TACB, to Mr. B.J. Wynne, III, Regional Administrator, EPA Region 6, regarding the composition of the Small Business Compliance Advisory Panel for Texas.

    (86) [Reserved]

    (87) A revision to the Texas SIP to include revisions to Texas Regulation IV, 31 TAC §114.3—Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Program, adopted by the State on November 10, 1993, and February 16, 1994, regulations effective December 8, 1993, and revisions to Texas Department of Transportation, Chapter 17. Vehicle Titles and Registration—Vehicle Emissions Verification System, 43 TAC §17.80, adopted by the State on October 28, 1993, effective November 22, 1993, and submitted by the Governor by cover letters dated November 12, 1993 and March 9, 1994.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) House Bill 1969 an act relating to motor vehicle registration, inspections and providing penalties amending:

    (1) Sections 382.037 and 382.038 of the Texas Health and Safety Code;

    (2) Section 2 Chapter 88, General Laws, Acts of the 41st Legislature, 2nd Called Session, 1929 (Article 6675a-2, Vernon's Texas Civil Statutes);

    (3) Title 116, Articles 6675b-4, 6675b-4A, and 6675b-4B;

    (4) Section 141(d), and section 142(h), Uniform Act Regulating Traffic on Highways (Article 6701d, Vernon's Civil Statutes);

    (5) Section 4.202, County Road and Bridge Act (Article 6702-1, Vernon's Texas Civil Statutes) signed by the Governor on June 8, 1993, and effective August 30, 1993.

    (B) Texas Health and Safety Code (Vernon 1990), the Texas Clean Air Act, sections 382.017, 382.037, 382.038, and 382.039 effective September 1, 1991.

    (C) Revisions to Texas Regulation IV, 31 TAC §114.3—Vehicle Emissions Inspection and Maintenance Program, effective December 8, 1993.

    (D) Order No. 93-23, as adopted November 10, 1993, and Order No. 94-02 as adopted February 16, 1994.

    (E) Texas Civil Statutes, Articles 6675a-1 to 6675b-2 and 6687-1. (Vernon 1993).

    (F) Revisions to Texas Department of Transportation, Chapter 17. Vehicle Titles and Registration—Vehicle Emissions Verification System, 43 TAC §17.80, effective November 22, 1993.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) SIP narrative plan entitled “Revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the Control of Ozone Air Pollution—Inspection/Maintenance SIP for Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso, Beaumont/Port Arthur, and Houston/Galveston Ozone Nonattainment Areas,” submitted to the EPA on November 12, 1993, and on March 9, 1994 addressing by section: 8(a)(1) Applicability, 8(a)(2) Adequate Tools and Resources, 8(a)(3)

    (B) Letter dated May 4, 1994, from John Hall, Chairman of the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission to the EPA, clarifying the State's intent regarding its Executive Director's exemption policy and repair effectiveness program.

    (88) Revisions to the Texas State Implementation Plan, submitted to EPA on June 8 and November 13, 1992, respectively. These revisions adopt expansion of applicability for Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) rules for volatile organic compounds (VOCs) to ensure that all major VOC sources are covered by RACT, to revise the major source definition, and to revise certain monitoring, recordkeeping, and reporting requirements for Victoria County, Texas.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 92-04, as adopted on May 8, 1992.

    (B) Revisions to the General Rules, as adopted by the Board on May 8, 1992, section 101.1—New definitions for capture efficiency, capture system, carbon adsorber, carbon adsorption system, coating, coating line, control device, control system, pounds of volatile organic compounds (VOC) per gallon of coating (minus water and exempt solvents), pounds of volatile organic compounds (VOC) per gallon of solids, printing line; revised definitions for component, exempt solvent, leak, vapor recovery system, volatile organic compound (VOC).

    (C) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Board on May 8, 1992, sections 115.010 (Definitions)—Beaumont/Port Arthur area, Dallas/Fort Worth area, El Paso area, Houston/Galveston area; revised definition for delivery vessel/tank truck tank; 115.112(a), 115.112(a)(3), 115.112(b)(1), 115.112(b)(2), 115.112(b)(2)(A) through 115.112(b)(2)(D), 115.112(b)(2)(E), 115.112(b)(2)(F), 115.112(c), 115.112(c)(3)(A), 115.112(c)(3)(B), 115.113(a) through 115.113(c), 115.114(a), 115.114(b), 115.114(b)(1), 115.114(b)(2), 115.115(a), 115.115(b), 115.115(b)(1) through 115.115(b)(8), 115.116(a), 115.116(a)(4), 115.116(b), 115.116(b)(1) through 115.116(b)(4), 115.117(a), 115.117(b), 115.117(b)(1) through 115.117(b)(6), 115.117(b)(6)(A) through 115.117(b)(6)(C), 115.117(b)(7), 115.117(b)(7)(A) through 115.117(b)(7)(C), 115.117(c), 115.117(c)(1) through 115.117(c)(4), 115.119 introductory paragraph, 115.121(a), 115.121(a)(1), 115.121(a)(1)(C), 115.121(a)(2), 115.121(a)(3), 115.121(b), 115.121(b)(1) through 115.121(b)(3), 115.121(c), 115.121(c)(1), 115.121(c)(2) through 115.121(c)(4), 115.122(a), 115.122(b), 115.122(c), 115.122(c)(1) through 115.122(c)(4), 115.123(a) through 115.123(c), 115.125(a), 115.125(a)(2), 115.125(b), 115.125(b)(1) through 115.125(b)(7), 115.126 introductory paragraph, 115.127(a), 115.127(a)(2), 115.127(a)(3), 115.127(a)(3)(B), 115.127(a)(3)(C), 115.127(a)(4), 115.127(a)(4)(C), 115.127(b), 115.127(b)(1), 115.127(b)(2), 115.127(b)(2)(A) through 115.127(b)(2)(B), 115.127(c), 115.127(c)(1), 115.127(c)(2), 115.127(c)(2)(A) through 115.127(c)(2)(C), 115.129 introductory paragraph, 115.129(1) through 115.129(3), 115.131(a), 115.131(a)(2) through 115.131(a)(4), 115.131(b) through 115.131(c), 115.132(a), 115.132(b), 115.132(b)(1) through 115.132(b)(3), 115.132(c), 115.132(c)(3), 115.133(a) through 115.133(c), 115.135(a), 115.135(b), 115.135(b)(1) through 115.135(b)(6), 115.136(a), 115.136(a)(1), 115.136(a)(2), 115.136(a)(2)(A) through 115.136(a)(2)(D), 115.136(a)(3), 115.136(a)(4), 115.136(b), 115.137(a), 115.137(a)(1) through 115.137(a)(4), 115.137(b), 115.137(b)(1) through 115.137(b)(4), 115.137(c), 115.137(c)(1) through 115.137(c)(3), 115.139 introductory paragraph, 115.139(1), 115.139(2), 115.211 introductory paragraph, 115.211(1)(A), 115.211(1)(B), 115.211(2), 115.212(a), 115.212(a)(4), 115.212(a)(5), 115.212(b), 115.212(b)(1), 115.212(b)(2), 115.212(b)(2)(A), 115.212(b)(2)(B), 115.212(b)(3), 115.212(b)(3)(A) through 115.212(b)(3)(C), 115.212(c), 115.212(c)(1), 115.213(a) through 115.213(c), 115.214(a), 115.214(a)(3), 115.214(a)(4), 115.214(b), 115.214(b)(1), 115.214(b)(2), 115.215(a), 115.215(b), 115.215(b)(1) through 115.215(b)(8), 115.216 introductory paragraph, 115.216(4), 115.217(a), 115.217(a)(2) through 115.217(a)(4), 115.217(b), 115.217(b)(1) through 115.217(b)(3), 115.217(c), 115.217(c)(3), 115.219 introductory paragraph, 115.219(1) through 115.219(6), 115.221 introductory paragraph, 115.222 introductory paragraph, 115.222(6), 115.223 introductory paragraph, 115.224 introductory paragraph, 115.224(2), 115.225 introductory paragraph, 115.226 introductory paragraph, 115.227 introductory paragraph, 115.229 introductory paragraph, 115.234 introductory paragraph, 115.235 introductory paragraph, 115.236 introductory paragraph, 115.239 introductory paragraph, 115.311(a), 115.311(a)(1), 115.311(a)(2), 115.311(b), 115.311(b)(1), 115.311(b)(2), 115.312(a), 115.312(a)(2), 115.312(b), 115.312(b)(1), 115.312(b)(1)(A), 115.312(b)(1)(B), 115.312(b)(2), 115.313(a) through 115.313(b), 115.315(a), 115.315(b), 115.315(b)(1) through 115.315(b)(7), 115.316 introductory paragraph, 115.316(1), 115.316(2), 115.316(3), 115.317 introductory paragraph, 115.319 introductory paragraph, 115.319(1), 115.319(2), 115.322(a), 115.322(b), 115.322(b)(1) through 115.322(b)(5), 115.323(a), 115.323(a)(2), 115.323(b), 115.323(b)(1), 115.323(b)(2), 115.324(a), 115.324(a)(4), 115.324(b), 115.324(b)(1), 115.324(b)(1)(A) through 115.324(b)(1)(D), 115.324(b)(2), 115.324(b)(2)(A) through 115.324(b)(2)(C), 115.324(b)(3) through 115.324(b)(8), 115.324(b)(8)(A), 115.324(b)(8)(A)(i), 115.324(b)(8)(A)(ii), 115.324(b)(8)(B), 115.325(a), 115.325(b), 115.325(b)(1) through 115.325(b)(3), 115.326(a), 115.326(a)(2), 115.326(b), 115.326(b)(1), 115.326(b)(2), 115.326(b)(2)(A) through 115.326(b)(2)(I), 115.326(b)(3), 115.326(b)(4), 115.327(a), 115.327(a)(2), 115.327(a)(4), 115.327(a)(5), 115.327(b), 115.327(b)(1), 115.327(b)(1)(A) through 115.327(b)(1)(C), 115.327(b)(2) through 115.327(b)(6), 115.329 introductory paragraph, 115.332 introductory paragraph, 115.333 introductory paragraph, 115.334 introductory paragraph, 115.334(3), 115.334(3)(A), 115.335 introductory paragraph, 115.336 introductory paragraph, 115.337 introductory paragraph, 115.337(2) through 115.337(4), 115.337(4)(E), 115.339 introductory paragraph, 115.342 introductory paragraph, 115.343 introductory paragraph, 115.344 introductory paragraph, 115.345 introductory paragraph, 115.346 introductory paragraph, 115.347 introductory paragraph, 115.347(3), 115.349 introductory paragraph, 115.412(a), 115.412(a)(1)(F)(iv), 115.412(a)(3)(I), 115.412(a)(3)(I)(viii), 115.412(b), 115.412(b)(1), 115.412(b)(1)(A), 115.412(b)(1)(A)(i) through 115.412(b)(1)(A)(iii), 115.412(b)(1)(B) through 115.412(b)(1)(F), 115.412(b)(1)(F)(i) through 115.412(b)(1)(F)(iv), 115.412(b)(2), 115.412(b)(2)(A), 115.412(b)(2)(B), 115.412(b)(2)(B)(i) through 115.412(b)(2)(B)(iii), 115.412(b)(2)(C), 115.412(b)(2)(D), 115.412(b)(2)(D)(i) through 115.412(b)(2)(D)(iv), 115.412(b)(2)(E), 115.412(b)(2)(F), 115.412(b)(2)(F)(i) through 115.412(b)(2)(F)(xiii), 115.412(b)(3), 115.412(b)(3)(A), 115.412(b)(3)(A)(i), 115.412(b)(3)(A)(ii), 115.412(b)(3)(B) through 115.412(b)(3)(I), 115.412(b)(3)(I)(i) through 115.412(b)(3)(I)(viii), 115.413(a), 115.413(a)(1), 115.413(a)(2), 115.413(b), 115.413(b)(1), 115.413(b)(2), 115.415(a), 115.415(a)(1), 115.415(a)(2), 115.415(b), 115.415(b)(1), 115.415(b)(1)(A), 115.415(b)(1)(B), 115.415(b)(2), 115.415(b)(2)(A) through 115.415(b)(2)(E), 115.416(a), 115.416(b), 115.416(b)(1), 115.416(b)(2), 115.417(a), 115.417(a)(1) through 115.417(a)(6), 115.417(b), 115.417(b)(1) through 115.417(b)(6), 115.419(a) through 115.419(b), 115.421(a), 115.421(a)(8), 115.421(a)(8)(A), 115.421(a)(8)(B), 115.421(a)(8)(C), 115.421(a)(9), 115.421(a)(9)(v), 115.421(a)(11), 115.421(b), 115.421(b)(1) through 115.421(b)(9), 115.421(b)(9)(A), 115.421(b)(9)(A)(i) through 115.421(b)(9)(A)(iv), 115.421(b)(9)(B), 115.421(b)(9)(C), 115.421(b)(10), 115.422(a), 115.422(a)(1), 115.422(a)(2), 115.423(a), 115.423(a)(3), 115.423(a)(4), 115.423(b), 115.423(b)(1) through 115.423(b)(4), 115.424(a), 115.424(a)(1) through 115.424(a)(3), 115.424(a)(2), 115.424(b), 115.424(b)(1), 115.424(b)(2), 115.425(a), 115.425(a)(1), 115.425(a)(2), 115.425(a)(3), 115.425(a)(3)(B), 115.425(a)(4)(C)(ii), 115.425(b), 115.424(b)(1), 115.424(b)(1)(A) through 115.425(b)(1)(E), 115.425(b)(2), 115.424(b)(2)(A) through 115.425(b)(2)(E), 115.426(a), 115.426(a)(1), 115.426(a)(1)(C), 115.426(a)(2), 115.426(a)(2)(B), 115.426(a)(3), 115.426(a)(4), 115.426(b), 115.426(b)(1), 115.426(b)(1)(A) through 115.426(b)(1)(D), 115.426(b)(2), 115.426(b)(2)(A), 115.426(b)(2)(A)(i) through 115.426(b)(2)(A)(iv), 115.426(b)(2)(B), 115.426(b)(2)(C), 115.426(b)(3), 115.427(a), 115.427(a)(1), 115.427(a)(2), 115.427(a)(2)(A), 115.427(a)(2)(B), 115.427(a)(3), 115.427(a)(4), 115.427(a)(5), 115.427(a)(5)(A), 115.427(a)(5)(B), 115.426(a)(6), 115.427(b), 115.427(b)(1), 115.427(b)(2), 115.427(b)(2)(A) through 115.427(b)(2)(E), 115.427(b)(3), 115.427(b)(3)(A) through 115.427(b)(3)(C), 115.429(a) through 115.429(c), 115.432(a), 115.432(a)(2), 115.432(a)(3), 115.432(b), 115.432(b)(1) through 115.432(b)(3), 115.432(b)(3)(A) through 115.432(b)(3)(C), 115.433(a), 115.433(b), 115.435(a), 115.435(a)(6), 115.435(a)(7), 115.435(a)(7)(C)(ii), 115.435(a)(8), 115.435(b), 115.435(b)(1) through 115.435(b)(7), 115.436(a), 115.436(a)(1), 115.436(a)(2), 114.436(a)(4) through 115.436(a)(6), 115.436(b), 115.436(b)(1) through 115.436(b)(3), 115.436(b)(3)(A) through 115.436(b)(3)(C), 115.436(b)(4), 115.436(b)(5), 115.437(a), 115.437(a)(1) through 115.437(a)(4), 115.437(b), 115.439(a) through 115.439(c), 115.512 introductory paragraph, 115.512 (1) through 115.512(3), 115.513 introductory paragraph, 115.515 introductory paragraph, 115.516 introductory paragraph, 115.517 introductory paragraph, 115.519(a) through 115.519(b), 115.531(a), 115.531(a)(2), 115.531(a)(3), 115.531(b), 115.531(b)(1) through 115.531(b)(3), 115.532(a), 115.532(a)(4), 115.532(a)(5), 115.532(b), 115.532(b)(1)(A), 115.532(b)(1)(B), 115.532(b)(2), 115.532(b)(3), 115.532(b)(3)(A), 115.532(b)(3)(B), 115.532(b)(4), 115.533(a), 115.533(b), 115.534(a), 115.534(b), 115.534(b)(1), 115.534(b)(2), 115.535(a), 115.535(b), 115.535(b)(1) through 115.535(b)(6), 115.536(a), 115.536(a)(1), 115.536(a)(2), 115.536(a)(3), 115.536(a)(4), 115.536(b), 115.536(b)(1), 115.536(b)(2), 115.536(b)(2)(A), 115.536(b)(2)(A)(i) through 115.536(b)(2)(A)(iii), 115.536(b)(2)(B), 115.536(b)(3), 115.536(b)(3)(A), 115.536(b)(3)(B), 115.536(b)(4), 115.536(b)(5), 115.537(a), 115.537(a)(1) through 115.537(a)(7), 115.537(b), 115.537(b)(1) through 115.537(b)(5), 115.539(a), 115.539(b), 115.612 introductory paragraph, 115.613 introductory paragraph, 115.614 introductory paragraph, 115.615 introductory paragraph, 115.615(1), 115.617 introductory paragraph, 115.617(1), 115.619 introductory paragraph.

    (D) Texas Air Control Board Order No. 92-16, as adopted on October 16, 1992.

    (E) Revisions to the General Rules, as adopted by the Board on October 16, section 101.1: Introductory paragraph, new definition for extreme performance coating; revised definitions for gasoline bulk plant, paragraph vii of miscellaneous metal parts and products coating, mirror backing coating, volatile organic compound.

    (F) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Board on October 16, 1992, sections 115.010—new definition for extreme performance coating; revised definitions for gasoline bulk plant, paragraph vii of miscellaneous metal parts and products coating, mirror backing coating, and volatile organic compound; 115.116 title (Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements), 115.116(a)(2), 115.116(a)(3), 115.116(a)(3)(A) through 115.116(a)(3)(C), 115.116(a)(5), 115.116(b)(2), 115.116(b)(3), 115.116(b)(3)(A) through 115.116(b)(3)(D), 115.116(b)(4), 115.116(b)(5), 115.119(a), 115.119(b), 115.126 title (Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements), 115.126(a), 115.126(a)(1)(A), 115.126(a)(1)(C), 115.126(a)(1)(E), 115.126(b), 115.126(b)(1), 115.126(b)(1)(A) through 115.126(b)(1)(E), 115.126(b)(2), 115.126(b)(2)(A) through 115.126(b)(2)(D), 115.126(b)(3), 115.126(b)(3)(A), 115.126(b)(3)(B), 115.127(a)(4)(A) through 115.127(a)(4)(C), 115.129(a), 115.129(a)(1), 115.129(b), 115.136 title (Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements), 115.136(a)(4), 115.136(b), 115.136(b)(1), 115.136(b)(2), 115.136(b)(2)(A) through 115.136(b)(2)(D), 115.136(b)(3), 115.136(b)(4), 115.139(a), 115.139(b), 115.211(a), 115.211(b), 115.215(a), 115.215(b), 115.216 title (Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements), 115.216(a), 115.216(a)(2)(A) through 115.216(a)(2)(C), 115.216(a)(5), 115.216(b), 115.216(b)(1), 115.216(b)(2), 115.216(b)(2)(A) through 115.216(b)(2)(D), 115.216(b)(3), 115.216(b)(3)(A), 115.216(b)(3)(B), 115.216(b)(4), 115.217(a)(6), 115.219(a)(1) through 115.219(a)(4), 115.219(b), 115.316 title (Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements), 115.316(a), 115.316(a)(1)(A), 115.316(a)(1)(C), 115.316(a)(4), 115.316(b), 115.316(b)(1), 115.316(b)(1)(A) through 115.316(b)(1)(D), 115.316(b)(2), 115.316(b)(2)(A) through 115.316(b)(2)(C), 115.316(b)(3), 115.316(b)(4), 115.319(a)(1), 115.319(a)(2), 115.319(b), 115.421(a), 115.421(a)(12), 115.421(a)(12)(A), 115.421(a)(12)(A)(i), 115.421(a)(12)(A)(ii), 115.421(a)(12)(B), 115.425(a)(4)(C)(ii), 115.426 title (Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements), 115.426(a)(2), 115.426(a)(2)(A)(i), 115.426(b)(2), 115.426(b)(2)(i), 115.427(a)(5)(C), 115.427(a)(6), 115.427(a)(6)(A) through 115.427(a)(6)(C), 115.427(a)(7), 115.429(d), 115.436 title (Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements), 115.436(a)(3), 115.436(a)(3)(C), 115.436(b), 115.436(b)(3), 115.436(b)(3)(B) through 115.436(b)(3)(D), 115.439(d), 115.536 title (Monitoring and Recordkeeping Requirements), 115.536(a)(1), 115.536(a)(2), 115.536(a)(2)(A), 115.536(a)(2)(A)(ii), 115.536(a)(5), 115.536(b)(1), 115.536(b)(2), 115.536(b)(2)(A), 115.536(b)(2)(A)(ii) through 115.536(b)(2)(A)(iv), 115.539(c).

    (89) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan to adopt an attainment demonstration control strategy for lead which addresses that portion of Collin County owned by GNB.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Air Control Board Order Number 92-09 issued and effective October 16, 1992, for settlement of the enforcement action against the GNB facility at Frisco, Texas.

    (B) Texas Air Control Board Order Number 93-10 issued and effective June 18, 1993, for control of lead emissions from the GNB facility at Frisco, Texas.

    (C) Texas Air Control Board Order Number 93-12 issued and effective June 18, 1993, establishing contingency measures relating to the GNB facility at Frisco, Texas.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) The lead attainment demonstration prepared by the State, dated July 1993.

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

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) TNRCC Order Number 93-24 as adopted by the TNRCC November 10, 1993.

    (B) SIP narrative plan entitled “Revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the Control of Ozone Air Pollution” adopted by the TNRCC on November 10, 1993, addressing: 1993 Rate-of-Progress SIP for Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso, Beaumont/Port Arthur and Houston/Galveston Ozone Nonattainment Areas, Section VI: Control Strategy, B. Ozone Control Strategy, 7. SIP Revisions for 1993 Rate-of-Progress (new.), a. Ozone Control Plan, 1) General, f) Photochemical Assessment Monitoring Stations, page 87, second paragraph, first sentence; third paragraph; fourth paragraph; and, the fifth paragraph which ends on page 88; page 88, first complete paragraph, including numbers (1), (2) and (3).

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) The Texas SIP revision narrative regarding PAMS.

    (B) TNRCC certification letter dated November 10, 1993, and signed by Gloria A. Vasquez, Chief Clerk, TNRCC.

    (91)-(92) [Reserved]

    (93) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan (SIP) to include agreed orders limiting sulfur dioxide (SO2) allowable emissions at certain nonpermitted facilities in Harris County, and to include a modeling demonstration showing attainment of the SO2 National Ambient Air Quality Standards, was submitted by the Governor by cover letter dated August 3, 1994.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) Order No. 94-09, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (B) TNRCC Order No. 94-10 for Anchor Glass Container, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (C) TNRCC Order No. 94-11 for Crown Central Petroleum Corporation, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (D) TNRCC Order No. 94-12 for Elf Atochem North America, Inc., as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (E) TNRCC Order No. 94-13 for Exxon Company USA, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (F) TNRCC Order No. 94-14 for ISK Biosciences Corporation, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (G) TNRCC Order No. 94-15 for Lyondell Citgo Refining Company, LTD., as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (H) TNRCC Order No. 94-16 for Lyondell Petrochemical Company, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (I) TNRCC Order No. 94-17 for Merichem Company, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (J) TNRCC Order No. 94-18 for Mobil Mining and Minerals Company, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (K) TNRCC Order No. 94-19 for Phibro Energy USA, Inc., as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (L) TNRCC Order No. 94-20 for Shell Chemical and Shell Oil, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (M) TNRCC Order No. 94-21 for Shell Oil Company, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (N) TNRCC Order No. 94-22 for Simpson Pasadena Paper Company, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) May 27, 1994, letter from Mr. Norman D. Radford, Jr. to the TNRCC and the EPA Region 6 requesting approval of an equivalent method of monitoring sulfur in fuel and an equivalent method of determining compliance.

    (B) June 28, 1994, letter from Anthony C. Grigsby, Executive Director, TNRCC, to Crown Central Petroleum Corporation, approving an alternate monitoring and compliance demonstration method.

    (C) June 28, 1994, letter from Anthony C. Grigsby, Executive Director, TNRCC, to Exxon Company USA, approving an alternate monitoring and compliance demonstration method.

    (D) June 28, 1994, letter from Anthony C. Grigsby, Executive Director, TNRCC, to Lyondell Citgo Refining Co., LTD., approving an alternate monitoring and compliance demonstration method.

    (E) June 28, 1994, letter from Anthony C. Grigsby, Executive Director, TNRCC, to Phibro Energy, USA, Inc., approving an alternate monitoring and compliance demonstration method.

    (F) June 28, 1994, letter from Anthony C. Grigsby, Executive Director, TNRCC, to Shell Oil Company, approving an alternate monitoring and compliance demonstration method.

    (G) June 8, 1994, letter from Mr. S. E. Pierce, Mobil Mining and Minerals Company, to the TNRCC requesting approval of an alternative quality assurance program.

    (H) June 28, 1994, letter from Anthony C. Grigsby, Executive Director, TNRCC, to Mobil Mining and Minerals Company, approving an alternative quality assurance program.

    (I) August 3, 1994, narrative plan addressing the Harris County Agreed Orders for SO2, including emission inventories and modeling analyses (i.e. the April 16, 1993, report entitled “Evaluation of Potential 24-hour SO2 Nonattainment Area in Harris County, Texas-Phase II” and the June, 1994, addendum).

    (J) TNRCC certification letter dated June 29, 1994, and signed by Gloria Vasquez, Chief Clerk, TNRCC.

    (94) Revisions to the Texas SIP addressing visible emissions requirements were submitted by the Governor of Texas by letters dated August 21, 1989, January 29, 1991, October 15, 1992 and August 4, 1993.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board (TACB), Regulation I, Section 111.111, “Requirements for Specified Sources;” Subsection 111.111(a) (first paragraph) under “Visible Emissions;” Subsections 111.111(a)(1) (first paragraph), 111.111(a)(1)(A), 111.111(a)(1)(B) and 111.111(a)(1)(E) under “Stationary Vents;” Subsection 111.111(b) (first paragraph) under “Compliance Determination Exclusions;” and Subsections 111.113 (first paragraph), 111.113(1), 111.113(2), and 111.113(3) under “Alternate Opacity Limitations,” as adopted by the TACB on June 16, 1989.

    (B) TACB Board Order No. 89-03, as adopted by the TACB on June 16, 1989.

    (C) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board (TACB), Regulation I, Section 111.111, “Requirements for Specified Sources;” Subsections 111.111(a)(4)(A) and 111.111(a)(4)(B)(i) under “Railroad Locomotives or Ships;” Subsections 111.111(a)(5)(A) and 111.111(a)(5)(B)(i) under “Structures;” and Subsections 111.111(a)(6)(A) and 111.111(a)(6)(B)(i) under “Other Sources,” as adopted by the TACB on October 12, 1990.

    (D) TACB Board Order No. 90-12, as adopted by the TACB on October 12, 1990.

    (E) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board (TACB), Regulation I, Section 111.111, “Requirements for Specified Sources;” Subsections 111.111(a)(1)(C), 111.111(a)(1)(D), 111.111(a)(1)(F) (first paragraph), 111.111(a)(1)(F)(i), 111.111(a)(1)(F)(ii), 111.111(a)(1)(F)(iii), 111.111(a)(1)(F)(iv), and 111.111(a)(1)(G) under “Stationary Vents;” Subsections 111.111(a)(2) (first paragraph), 111.111(a)(2)(A), 111.111(a)(2)(B), and 111.111(a)(2)(C) under “Sources Requiring Continuous Emissions Monitoring;” Subsection 111.111(a)(3) (first paragraph) under “Exemptions from Continuous Emissions Monitoring Requirements;” Subsection 111.111(a)(4), “Gas Flares,” title only; Subsection 111.111(a)(5) (first paragraph) under “Motor Vehicles;” Subsections 111.111(a)(6)(A), 111.111(a)(6)(B) (first paragraph), 111.111(a)(6)(B)(i) and 111.111(a)(6)(B)(ii) under “Railroad Locomotives or Ships” (Important note, the language for 111.111(a)(6)(A) and 111.111(a)(6)(B)(i) was formerly adopted as 111.111(a)(4)(A) and 111.111(a)(4)(B)(i) on October 12, 1990); Subsections 111.111(a)(7)(A), 111.111(a)(7)(B) (first paragraph), 111.111(a)(7)(B)(i) and 111.111(a)(7)(B)(ii) under “Structures” (Important note, the language for 111.111(a)(7)(A) and 111.111(a)(7)(B)(i) was formerly adopted as 111.111(a)(5)(A) and 111.111(a)(5)(B)(i) on October 12, 1990); and Subsections 111.111(a)(8)(A), 111.111(a)(8)(B) (first paragraph), 111.111(a)(8)(B)(i) and 111.111(a)(8)(B)(ii) under “Other Sources” (Important note, the language for 111.111(a)(8)(A) and 111.111(a)(8)(B)(i) was formerly adopted as 111.111(a)(6)(A) and 111.111(a)(6)(B)(i) on October 12, 1990), as adopted by the TACB on September 18, 1992.

    (F) TACB Board Order No. 92-19, as adopted by the TACB on September 18, 1992.

    (G) Revisions to Texas Air Control Board (TACB), Regulation I, Section 111.111, “Requirements for Specified Sources;” Subsections 111.111(a)(4)(A) (first paragraph), 111.111(a)(4)(A)(i), 111.111(a)(4)(A)(ii), and 111.111(a)(4)(B) under “Gas Flares,” as adopted by the TACB on June 18, 1993.

    (H) TACB Board Order No. 93-06, as adopted by the TACB on June 18, 1993.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) TACB certification letter dated July 27, 1989, and signed by Allen Eli Bell, Executive Director, TACB.

    (B) TACB certification letter dated January 9, 1991, and signed by Steve Spaw, Executive Director, TACB.

    (C) TACB certification letter dated October 1, 1992, and signed by William Campbell, Executive Director, TACB.

    (D) TACB certification letter dated July 13, 1993, and signed by William Campbell, Executive Director, TACB.

    (95) Alternative emission reduction (bubble) plan for the Shell Oil Company's Deer Park manufacturing complex submitted to the EPA by the Governor of Texas in a letter dated July 26, 1993.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) TACB Order 93-11, as adopted by the TACB on June 18, 1993.

    (B) SIP narrative entitled, “Site-Specific State Implementation Plan,” section IV.H.1.b., attachment (4), entitled, “Alternate Emission Reduction (“Bubble”) Plan Provisions for Uncontrolled Vacuum-Producing Vents, Shell Oil Company, Deer Park Manufacturing Complex, HG-0659-W,” adopted by the TACB on June 18, 1993.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) SIP narrative entitled, “Site-Specific State Implementation Plan,” section IV.H.1.b., adopted by the TACB on June 18, 1993.

    (B) TACB certification letter dated July 5, 1993, and signed by William R. Campbell, Executive Director, TACB.

    (96) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan for Transportation Conformity: Regulation 30 TAC Chapter 114 “Control of Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles”, Section 114.27 “Transportation Conformity” as adopted by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) on October 19, 1994, was submitted by the Governor on November 6, 1994. No action is taken on a portion of 30 TAC 114.27(c) that contains provisions of 40 CFR 51.448.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) The TNRRC 30 TAC Chapter 114 “Control of Air Pollution from Motor Vehicles”, 114.27 “Transportation Conformity” as adopted by the TNRCC on October 19, 1994. No action is taken on a portion of 30 TAC 114.27(c) that contains provisions of 40 CFR 51.448.

    (B) TNRCC order No. 94-40 as passed and approved on October 12, 1994.

    (ii) Additional material. None.

    (97) Revisions to the Texas SIP addressing revisions to the Texas Air Control Board (TACB) General Rules, 31 Texas Administrative Code (TAC) Chapter 101, “General Rules”, section 101.1, “Definitions”, and revisions to TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, “Control of Air Pollution by Permits for New Construction or Modification,” were submitted by the Governor of Texas by letters dated December 11, 1985, October 26, 1987, February 18, 1988, September 29, 1988, December 1, 1989, September 18, 1990, November 5, 1991, May 13, 1992, November 13, 1992, and August 31, 1993.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, sections 116.2 and 116.10(a)(4), as adopted by the TACB on July 26, 1985.

    (B) TACB Board Order No. 85-07, as adopted by the TACB on July 26, 1985.

    (C) Amended TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, section 116.10(a)(3) as adopted by the TACB on July 17, 1987.

    (D) TACB Board Order No. 87-09, as adopted by the TACB on July 17, 1987.

    (E) Amended TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, sections 116.10(a)(1), 116.10(c)(1), 116.10(c)(1)(A), 116.10(c)(1)(B), 116.10(c)(1)(C) and 116.10(f), as adopted by the TACB on December 18, 1987.

    (F) TACB Board Order No. 87-17, as adopted by the TACB on December 18, 1987.

    (G) Amended TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, redesignation of section 116.1 to 116.1(a), revision to section 116.1(b), and redesignation of 116.10(a)(6) to 116.10(a)(7), as adopted by the TACB on July 15, 1988.

    (H) TACB Board Order No. 88-08, as adopted by the TACB on July 15, 1988.

    (I) Amended TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, sections 116.1(a), 116.3(f), 116.5, 116.10(a)(7), 116.10(b)(1), 116.10(d), 116.10(e), 116.11(b)(3), 116.11(e), and 116.11(f), as adopted by the TACB on August 11, 1989.

    (J) TACB Board Order No. 89-06, as adopted by the TACB on August 11, 1989.

    (K) Amended TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, sections 116.1(c), 116.3(a)(1), 116.3(a)(1)(A), and 116.3(a)(1)(B), as adopted by the TACB on May 18, 1990.

    (L) TACB Board Order No. 90-05, as adopted by the TACB on May 18, 1990.

    (M) Amended TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, section 116.1(a)(15), as adopted by the TACB on September 20, 1991.

    (N) TACB Board Order No. 91-10, as adopted by the TACB on September 20, 1991.

    (O) Revisions to TACB General Rules, 31 TAC Chapter 101 to add definitions of “actual emissions”; “allowable emissions”; “begin actual construction”; “building, structure, facility, or installation”; “commence”; “construction”; “de minimis threshold”; “emissions unit”; “federally enforceable”; “necessary preconstruction approvals or permits”; “net emissions increase”; “nonattainment area”; “reconstruction”; “secondary emissions”; and “synthetic organic chemical manufacturing process” and to modify definitions of “fugitive emission”; “major facility/stationary source”; and “major modification” (except for Table I), as adopted by the TACB on May 8, 1992.

    (P) Amended TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, sections 116.3(a)(1), (3), (4), (5), (7), (8), (9), (10), (11), (12), and (13); 116.3(c)(1); and 116.11(b)(4), as adopted by the TACB on May 8, 1992.

    (Q) TACB Board Order No. 92-06, as adopted by the TACB on May 8, 1992.

    (R) Amended TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, sections 116.3(a); 116.3(a)(7) and (10); 116.3(c); and 116.14 as, adopted by the TACB on October 16, 1992.

    (S) TACB Board Order No. 92-18, adopted by the TACB on October 16, 1992.

    (T) Amended TACB Regulation VI, 31 TAC Chapter 116, Table I, as adopted in section 116.012 by the TACB on August 16, 1993, is approved and incorporated into section 101.1 in lieu of Table I adopted May 8, 1992.

    (U) TACB Board Order No. 93-17, as adopted by the TACB on August 16, 1993

    (ii) Additional materials—None.

    (98)-(99) [Reserved]

    (100) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan (SIP) to adopt an alternate control strategy for the surface coating processes at the Bell Helicopter Textron, Incorporated (Bell) Plant 1 Facility.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (a) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission Agreed Order for Docket No. 95-1642-SIP, issued and effective April 2, 1996, for Bell's Plant 1 facility.

    (b) A letter from the Governor of Texas dated April 18, 1996, submitting to the EPA the Agreed Order and the site-specific SIP revision for Bell.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (a) The site-specific revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan for Bell, dated January 16, 1996.

    (b) The alternate reasonably available control technology demonstration prepared by Bell, dated December 1995.

    (101) Revisions to Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission Regulation II and the Texas State Implementation Plan concerning the Control of Air Pollution from Sulfur Compounds, submitted by the Governor by cover letters dated October 15, 1992 and September 20, 1995. These revisions relax the SO2 limit from 3.0 lb/MMBtu to 4.0 lb/MMBtu, and include Agreed Order No. 95-0583-SIP, which stipulates specific SO2 emission limit compliance methodologies for the Aluminum Company of America, located in Rockdale, Texas.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission Agreed Order No. 95-0583-SIP, approved and effective on August 23, 1995.

    (B) Revisions to 30 TAC Chapter 112, Section 112.8 ‘Allowable Emission Rates from Solid Fossil Fuel-Fired Steam Generators,’ Subsections 112.8(a) and 112.8(b) as adopted by the Texas Air Control Board on September 18, 1992, and effective on October 23, 1992.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) The State submittal entitled, “Revisions to the State Implementation Plan Concerning Sulfur Dioxide in Milam County,” dated July 26, 1995, including Appendices G-2-1 through G-2-6.

    (B) The document entitled Dispersion Modeling Analysis of ALCOA Rockdale Operations, Rockdale, Texas, dated April 28, 1995 (document No. 1345-05).

    (102) The Governor of Texas submitted on August 31, 1993, and July 12, 1995, revisions to the Texas State Implementation Plan for Prevention of Significant Deterioration adopted by TACB on August 16, 1993, and by Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) on March 1, 1995. The revisions adopted on August 16, 1993, were a comprehensive recodification of and revisions to the existing requirements. The revision adopted on March 1, 1995, amended the recodified Section 116.160(a) to incorporate the PM-10 PSD increments.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) TACB Board Order Number 93-17, as adopted by TACB on August 16, 1993.

    (B) Recodified and revised Regulation VI—Control of Air Pollution by Permits for New Construction or Modification, as adopted by TACB on August 16, 1993, Repeal of 31 TAC Sections 116.3(a)(9), 116.3(a)(11), 116.3(a)(12), 116.3(14), and 116.11(b) (1)-(4); New Sections 116.160 introductory paragraph, 116.160 (a)-(d), 116.161, 116.162 introductory paragraph, 116.162 (1)-(4), 116.163 (a)-(e) and 116.141 (a),(c)-(e).

    (C) Revisions to Regulation VI—Control of Air Pollution by Permits for New Construction or Modification: as adopted by Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) on August 16, 1993. New Section 116.010, definition of de minimis impact.

    (D) Revision to General Rules, as adopted by Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) on August 16, 1993, Repeal Section 101.1 definition of de minimis impact.

    (E) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) Commission Order Docket Number 95-0276-RUL, as adopted by Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) on March 1, 1995.

    (F) Revision to Regulation VI—Control of Air Pollution by Permits for New Construction or Modification, revised 30 TAC Section 116.160(a), as adopted by Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) on March 1, 1995.

    (103) Revisions to the Texas SIP addressing VOC RACT Negative Declarations. A revision to the Texas SIP was submitted on January 10, 1996, which included negative declarations for various categories. Section 172(c)(1) of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 requires nonattainment areas to adopt, at a minimum, the reasonably available control technology (RACT) to reduce emissions from existing sources. Pursuant to section 182(b)(2) of the Act, for moderate and above ozone nonattainment areas, the EPA has identified 13 categories for such sources and developed the Control Technique Guidelines (CTGs) or Alternate Control Techniques (ACTs) documents to implement RACT at those sources. When no major volatile organic compound (VOC) sources for a source category exist in a nonattainment area, a State may submit a negative declaration for that category. Texas submitted negative declarations for the areas and source categories listed in this paragraph (c)(103). For the Beaumont/Port Arthur region, negative declarations were submitted for the following eight categories: clean-up solvents, aerospace coatings, shipbuilding and repair, wood furniture, plastic part coatings-business machines, plastic part coatings-others, autobody refinishing, and offset lithography. For Dallas/Fort Worth, negative declarations were submitted for six categories: industrial wastewater, clean-up solvents, shipbuilding and repair, autobody refinishing, plastic part coatings-business machines, and offset lithography. For the Houston/Galveston area, negative declarations were submitted for seven categories: clean-up solvents, aerospace coatings, wood furniture, plastic part coatings-business machines, plastic part coatings-others, autobody refinishing, and offset lithography. For El Paso, negative declarations were submitted for nine categories: industrial wastewater, clean-up solvents, aerospace coatings, shipbuilding and repair, wood furniture, plastic part coatings-business machines, plastic part coatings-others, autobody refinishing, and offset lithography. This submittal satisfies section 182(b)(2) of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990 for these particular CTG/ACT source categories for the Texas ozone nonattainment areas stated in this paragraph (c)(103).

    (i) Incorporation by reference. The letter dated January 10, 1996, from the Governor of Texas to the Regional Administrator, submitting the Post-1996 Rate of Progress Plan as a revision to the SIP, which included VOC RACT negative declarations.

    (ii) Additional material. Pages 53, 55 through 59, 61, 63, and 64 of the Post-1996 Rate of Progress Plan, adopted by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission on December 13, 1995.

    (104) Revisions to the Texas State Implementation Plan, submitted to the EPA in letters dated November 13, 1993, May 9, 1994, August 3, 1994, and November 14, 1994. These control measures can be found in the 15 Percent Plans for the Beaumont/Port Arthur, Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso and Houston/Galveston ozone nonattainment areas. These control measures are being approved for the purpose of strengthening of the SIP.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Revisions to the General Rules as adopted by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission on November 10, 1993; Section 101.1—New Definitions for Alcohol Substitutes (used in offset lithographic printing), Automotive basecoat/clearcoat system (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive precoat (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive pretreatment (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive sealers (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive specialty coatings (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive three-stage system (used in automobile refinishing), Batch (used in offset lithographic printing), Cleaning solution (used in offset lithographic printing), Fountain Solution (used in offset lithographic printing), Hand-held lawn and garden and utility equipment, Heatset (used in Offset lithographic Printing), HVLP spray guns, Industrial Solid Waste introductory paragraph and (A)-(C), Lithography (used in offset lithographic printing), Marine terminal, Marine vessel, Municipal solid waste facility, Municipal solid waste landfill, Municipal solid waste landfill emissions, Non-heatset (used in offset lithographic printing), Offset lithography, Sludge, Solid waste introductory paragraph and (A)-(C), Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry batch distillation operation, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry batch process, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry distillation operation, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry distillation unit, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry reactor process, Transport vessel, Utility engines, Vapor recovery system, VOC introductory paragraph and (A)-(D).

    (B) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Commission on November 10, 1993; Section 115.010. new definitions for Alcohol substitutes (used in offset lithographic printing), Automotive basecoat/clearcoat system (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive precoat (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive pretreatment (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive sealers (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive specialty coatings (used in automobile refinishing), Automotive three-stage system (used in automobile refinishing), Batch (used in offset lithographic printing), Cleaning solution (used in offset lithographic printing), Fountain Solution (used in offset lithographic printing), Hand-held lawn and garden and utility equipment, Heatset (used in Offset lithographic Printing), High-volume low-pressure spray guns, Industrial solid waste introductory paragraph and (A)-(C), Leakless Valve, Lithography (used in offset lithographic printing) Marine terminal, Marine vessel, Municipal solid waste facility, Municipal solid waste landfill, Municipal solid waste landfill emissions, Non-heatset (used in offset lithographic printing), Offset lithography, Owner or operator of a motor vehicle dispensing facility (as used in §§115.241-115.249 of this title, relating to Control of Vehicle Refueling Emissions (Stage II) at Motor Fuel Dispensing Facilities), Sludge, Solid waste introductory paragraph and (A)-(C), Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry batch distillation operation, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry batch process, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry distillation operation, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry distillation unit, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry reactor process, Transport vessel, Utility Engines, Vapor recovery system, Volatile Organic Compound introductory and (A)-(D). Revised sections 115.121(a)(1), 115.121(a)(2), 115.121(a)(3), 115.121(a)(4), 115.122(a)(2), 115.122(a)(3), 115.122(a)(3)(A), 115.122(a)(3)(B), 115.123(a), 115.123(a)(1), 115.123(a)(2), 115.126(a)(1), 115.126(a)(1)(C), 115.126(b)(1)(C), 115.127(a)(1), 115.127(a)(2), 115.127(a)(3), 115.127(a)(4), 115.127(a)(5), 115.127(a)(5)(A), 115.127(a)(5)(B), 115.127(a)(5)(C), 115.129(a)(1), 115.129(a)(2), 115.129(a)(3), 115.129(a)(4), 115.152(a)(2), 115.152(a)(2)(A)-115.152(a)(2)(C), 115.152(a)(3), 115.152(b), 115.152(b)(1), 115.152(b)(2), 115.152(b)(3), 115.155 introductory paragraph, 115.155(1), 115.155(4), 115.155(5), 115.155(6), 115.155(7), 115.155(9), 115.156(1), 115.156(3), 115.156(3)(B), 115.156(3)(C), 115.156(3)(D),115.156(3)(D)(i)-115.156(3)(D)(iii), 115.156(3)(E), 115.156(3)(E)(i), 115.156(3)(E)(ii), 115.211(a)(1), 115.211(b), 115.212(a)(1), 115.212(a)(2), 115.212(a)(3), 115.212(a)(4), 115.212(a)(5)(A), 115.212(a)(5)(A)(i), 115.212(a)(5)(A)(ii), 115.212(a)(5)(B), 115.212(a)(6), 115.212(a)(7), previously approved 115.212(a)(4)(A) now redesignated 115.212(a)(8)(A), 115.212(a)(8)(B), 115.212(a)(8)(C), 115.212(a)(9)(A)-115.212(a)(9)(D), 115.212(a)(10)(A), 115.212(a)(10)(B), 115.212(b), 115.212(b)(1), 115.212(b)(2), 115.212(b)(3),115.212(b)(3)(A), 115.212(b)(3)(A)(i), 115.212(b)(3), 115.217(a)(11)(B) (note that 115.217(a)(11)(A) and 115.217(a)(11)(B) were moved to 115.217(a)(9)(A) and 115.217(a)(9)(B) in the May 9, 1994 adoption without revisions, 115.217(b)(1), 115.217(b)(2)(A)-115.217(b)(2)(C), 115.217(b)(3), 115.217(b)(4), 115.217(b)(4)(A)-115.217(b)(4)(C), 115.217(b)(5), 115.217(b)(5)(A), 115.217(b)(5)(B), 115.217(c)(1), 115.217(c)(2)(A)-115.217(c)(2)(C), 115.217(c)(3), 115.217(c)(4), 115.217(c)(4)(A)-115.217(c)(4)(C), 115.217(c)(5), 115.217(c)(5)(A), 115.217(c)(5)(B), 115.219(b), 115.222(1), 115.222(5), 115.222(6), 115.222(7), 115.222(8), 115.222(9), 115.222(10), 115.222(11), 115.226 introductory paragraph, 115.226(1), 115.226(2), 115.226(2)(A), 115.226(2)(B), 115.227(1), 115.227(2), 115.227(3), 115.227(3)(A), 115.227(3)(B), 115.229(a), 115.229(b), 115.229(c), 115.229(c)(1), 115.229(c)(2), 115.234 introductory paragraph, 115.234(1), 115.234(2), 115.235(1), 115.235(4), 115.236 introductory paragraph, 115.236(1), 115.237(1), 115.237(2), 115.237(3), 115.239(a), 115.239(b), 115.242(1), 115.242(1)(A), 115.242(1)(B), 115.242(2), 115.242(2)(A)-115.242(2)(F), 115.242(3), 115.242(3)(A), 115.242(3)(B), 115.242(3)(C), 115.242(3)(C)(i)-115.242(3)(C)(iii), 115.242(3)(D)-115.242(3)(K), 115.242(4), 115.242(5), 115.242(6), 115.242(7), 115.242(8), 115.242(9), 115.242(9)(A)-115.242(9)(C), 115.242(10), 115.242(10)(A), 115.242(10)(B), 115.242(11), 115.242(12), 115.242(12)(A)-115.242(12)(C), 115.243 introductory paragraph, 115.243(1), 115.243(2), 115.244 introductory paragraph, 115.244(1), 115.244(2), 115.244(3), 115.244(4), 115.245 introductory paragraph, 115.245(1), 115.245(1)(A), 115.245(1)(A)(i)-115.245(1)(A)(iv), 115.245(1)(B), 115.245(1)(C), 115.245(1)(D), 115.245(2), 115.245(3),115.245(3)(A)-115.245(3)(C), 115.245(4), 115.245(5), 115.245(5)(A), 115.245(5)(B), 115.245(6), 115.246(1), 115.246(2), 115.246(3), 115.246(4), 115.246(5), 115.246(6), 115.246(7), 115.246(7)(A), 115.246(7)(B), 115.247(2), 115.248(1), 115.248(1)(A), 115.248(1)(B), 115.248(3), 115.248(3)(A)-115.248(3)(E), 115.248(4), 115.248(4)(A), 115.248(4)(B), 115.248(4)(B)(i), 115.248(4)(B)(ii), 115.249(1), 115.249(2),115.249(3), 115.249(4), 115.324(a)(8)(A)(iii), 115.334(3)(A)(iii). New sections 115.352, 115.353, 115.354, 115.355, 115.356, 115.357, and 115.359. Revised sections 115.421(a)(8)(B), 115.421(a)(8)(B)(i), 115.421(a)(8)(C), 115.421(a)(8)(C)(i)-115.421(a)(8)(C)(ix), 115.421(a)(8)(D), 115.421(a)(11), 115.422 introductory paragraph, 115.422(1), 115.422(2), 115.426(a)(1)(B), 115.426(a)(2)(A)(iii), 115.426(b)(1)(B), 115.426(b)(2)(A)(iii), 115.427(a)(1)(B), 115.427(a)(2), 115.427(a)(3), 115.427(a)(4), 115.427(a)(4)(A)-115.427(a)(4)(E), 115.427(a)(5), 115.427(a)(6), deletion of 115.427(a)(7), 115.429(a), 115.429(b), 115.429(c). New Subchapter E: Offset Lithography, sections 115.442, 115.443, 115.445, 115.446, 115.449, and new Subchapter F: Miscellaneous Industrial Sources, Degassing or Cleaning of Stationary and Transport Vessels, sections 115.541, 115.542, 115.543, 115.544, 115.545, 115.546, 115.547, 115.549. Revised sections 115.910(b), 115.930, 115.932, 115.940. New Subchapter J: Administrative Provisions, Standard Permits, section 115.950.

    (C) Texas Natural Resources Conservation Commission Order No. 93-20 as adopted November 10, 1993.

    (D) Revisions to the General Rules as adopted by the Commission on May 4, 1994; 101.1 new definitions for Alcohol (used in offset lithographic printing), Bakery oven, Clear coat (used in wood parts and products coating), Clear sealers (used in wood parts and products coating), Final repair coat (used in wood parts and products coating), Opaque ground coats and enamels (used in wood parts and products coating), Semitransparent spray stains and toners (used in wood parts and products coating), Semitransparent wiping and glazing stains (used in wood parts and products coating), Shellacs (used in wood parts and products coating), Surface coating processes (M) Wood parts and Products Coating, Topcoat (used in wood parts and products coatings), Varnishes (used in wood parts and products coatings, Wash coat (used in wood parts and products coating).

    (E) Revisions to Regulation V as adopted by the Commission on May 4, 1994; 115.10 new Definitions for Alcohol (used in offset lithographic printing), Bakery oven, Clear coat (used in wood parts and products coating), Clear sealers (used in wood parts and products coating), Continuous monitoring, Final repair coat (used in wood parts and products coating), Leak-free marine vessel, Marine loading facility, Marine terminal, Opaque ground coats and enamels (used in wood par 115.541(b)(2), 115.541(b)(3), 115.541(b)(4), 115.541(b)(5), 115.542(a), 115.543, 115.544 introductory paragraph, 115.545 introductory paragraph, 115.546 introductory paragraph, 115.547 introductory paragraph, 115.549(a), 115.549(b), 115.549(c), new sections 115.552, 115.553, 115.555, 115.556, 115.557, 115.559, repeal of sections 115.612, 115.613, 115.614, 115.615, 115.617, 115.619, new sections 115.600, 115.610, 115.612, 115.613, 115.614, 115.615, 115.616, 115.617, and 115.619.

    (F) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission Order No. 94-06 as adopted May 4, 1994.

    (G) Revision to Regulation V as adopted by the Commission on July 13, 1994; new sections 115.901, 115.910, 115.911, 115.912, 115.913, 115.914, 115.915, 115.916, 115.920, 115.923.

    (H) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission Order No. 94-26 as adopted July 13, 1994.

    (I) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission Order No. 94-0676-SIP as adopted November 9, 1994.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) Appendix A of the Revision to the Texas SIP adopted by the Commission on November 9, 1994 concerning alternate means of control.

    (105) Revisions to the Texas State Implementation Plan, submitted to EPA in letters dated January 11, 1995; July 12, 1995; November 10, 1995; January 10, 1996; March 13, 1996; August 9, 1996 and May 21, 1997. Sections 115.122(a)(3), 126(a)(4), 126(a)(5), 127(a)(5) and 129(2)-129(5) pertaining to bakeries, 115.140-115.149 pertaining to Industrial Wastewater, 115.421(a)(13) pertaining to wood coating, and 115.152-115.159 pertaining to municipal waste landfills retain their limited approval as revised in these SIP revisions because they strengthen the SIP. All other sections of these SIP revisions receive full approval.

    (i) Incorporation by Reference.

    (A) Revisions to the General Rules as adopted by the Texas Natural Resources Conservation Commission (Commission) on January 4, 1995, effective January 27, 1995, Section 101.10(a)(1).

    (B) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Commission on January 4, 1995, effective on January 27, 1995, Sections 115.112(c), 115.112(c)(2)(A), 115.112(c)(3), 115.113(a), 115.113(b), 115.113(c), 115.115(a)(7), 115.115(b)(7), 115.116(a)(2), 115.116(a)(2)(A)-115.116(a)(2)(J), 115.117(c), 115.119 introductory paragraph, 115.121(b), 115.122(a)(4)(B), 115.123(a)(1), 115.127(a)(5)(C), 115.127(b)(2)(A), 115.127(b)(2)(B), 115.143 introductory paragraph, 115.147(6), 115.149(a), 115.149(b), 115.159(a), 115.219(c).

    (C) Certification dated January 4, 1995 that copies of revisions to General Rules and Regulation V adopted by the Commission on January 4, 1995, and submitted to EPA on January 11, 1995, are true and correct copies of documents on file in the permanent records of the Commission.

    (D) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Commission on May 24, 1995, effective June 16, 1995, Sections 115.212(a)(1), 115.212(a)(2), 115.212(a)(5)(A)(i), 115.212(a)(5)(A)(ii), 115.212(a)(5)(C), 115.212(a)(5)(C)(i), 115.212(a)(5)(C)(ii), 115.212(a)(5)(D), 115.212(a)(10)(C), 115.212(a)(10)(C)(i), 115.212(a)(10)(C)(ii), 115.212(a)(12)(B), 115.212(b)(1), 115.212(b)(3)(A), 115.212(b)(3)(A)(i), 115.212(b)(3)(A)(ii), 115.212(b)(3)(C), 115.212(c)(1), 115.212(c)(2), 115.212(c)(3)(A), 115.212(c)(3)(A)(i), 115.212(c)(3)(A)(ii), 115.212(c)(3)(C), 115.213(a), 115.213(b), 115.213(c), 115.214(a)(3), 115.214(a)(4), 115.214(a)(4)(A)-115.214(a)(4)(E), 115.214(a)(5), 115.215(a)(7), 115.215(b)(7), 115.216(a)(3)(A), 115.215(a)(3)(B), 115.216(a)(4)(A), 115.216(a)(4)(B), 115.216(a)(5)(A), 115.216(a)(6)(C), 115.217(a)(3), 115.217(a)(4), 115.217(a)(6)(A)-115.217(a)(6)(D), 115.217(b)(2), 115.217(b)(4), 115.217(b)(4)(D), 115.217(b)(5)(C), 115.217(c)(2), 115.217(c)(4)(D), 115.217(c)(5)(C), 115.219 introductory paragraph, 115.219(1), 115.219(2), 115.219(3), 115.219(4), 115.219(5).

    (E) Certification dated May 24, 1995, that the copy of revisions to Regulation V adopted by the Commission on May 24, 1995, and submitted to EPA on July 12, 1995, is a true and correct copy of the document on file in the permanent records of the Commission.

    (F) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Commission on October 25, 1995, effective November 20, 1995, Sections 115.131(a), 115.131(c), 115.132(c), 115.133(a), 115.133(b), 115.133(c), 115.135(a), 115.135(a)(5), 115.135(b), 115.135(b)(5), 115.137(a)(1), 115.137(a)(2), 115.137(a)(3), 115.137(c), 115.137(c)(4), 115.139 introductory paragraph.

    (G) Certification dated October 25, 1995, that the copy of revisions to Regulation V adopted by the Commission on October 25, 1995, and submitted to EPA on November 10, 1995, is a true and correct copy of the document on file in the permanent records of the Commission.

    (H) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Commission on December 6, 1995, effective December 28, 1995, Section 115.612(a)(1) (Table III).

    (I) Certification dated December 6, 1995, that the copy of revisions to Regulation V adopted by the Commission on December 6, 1995, and submitted to EPA on March 13, 1996, is a true and correct copy of the document on file in the permanent records of the Commission.

    (J) Revisions to the General Rules as adopted by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission on February 14, 1996, effective March 7, 1996, Section 101.1, definitions of Automotive basecoat/clearcoat system (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive precoat (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive pretreatment (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive primer or primer surfacers (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive sealers (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive specialty coatings (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive three-stage system (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive wipe-down solutions (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Cold solvent cleaning, Conveyorized degreasing, Gasoline bulk plant, Gasoline terminal, High-bake coatings, Low-bake coatings, Mechanical shoe seal, Open-top vapor degreasing, Remote reservoir cold solvent cleaning, Vehicle refinishing (body shops), Volatile organic compound.

    (K) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Commission on February 14, 1996, effective March 7, 1996, Section 115.1, definitions of Automotive basecoat/clearcoat system (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive precoat (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive pretreatment (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive primer or primer surfacers (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive sealers (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive specialty coatings (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive three-stage system (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Automotive wipe-down solutions (used in vehicle refinishing (body shops)), Cold solvent cleaning, Conveyorized degreasing, External floating roof, Gasoline bulk plant, Gasoline terminal, High-bake coatings, Internal floating cover, Low-bake coatings, Mechanical shoe seal, Open-top vapor degreasing, Remote reservoir cold solvent cleaning, Vehicle refinishing (body shops), Volatile organic compound, sections 115.112(a)(2), 115.112(a)(2)(A), 115.112(a)(2)(B), 115.112(a)(2)(D), 115.112(b)(2), 115.112(b)(2)(A), 115.112(b)(2)(B), 115.112(b)(2)(D), new 115.114, 115.116(a)(1), 115.116(b)(1), 115.117(a)(1), 115.117(a)(4), 115.117(a)(6), 115.116(a)(6)(A), 115.117(a)(7), 115.117(a)(7)(A), 115.117(b)(1), 115.117(b)(4), 115.117(b)(6)(A), 115.117(b)(7)(A), 115.117(c), 115.117(c)(1), 115.121(a)(1)-115.121(a)(4), 115.121(c), 115.122(a)(1)-115.122(a)(3), 115.122(a)(3)(C), 115.122(a)(3)(D), 115.122(c), 115.123(c), 115.126(a)(1), 115.126(a)(5), 115.126(a)(5)(A), 115.127(a)(1), 115.127(a)(2), 115.127(a)(2)(A)-115.127(a)(2)(E), 115.127(a)(3), 115.127(a)(3)(A)-115.127(a)(3)(C), 115.127(a)(4), 115.127(a)(4)(A)-115.127(a)(5)(E), 115.127(a)(5), 115.127(a)(6), 115.127(a)(7), 115.127(b)(2), 115.127(b)(3), 115.127(b)(4), 115.127(c), 115.127(c)(2)(B), 115.127(c)(3), 115.127(c)(4), 115.129(1)-115.129(5), 115.212(a)(11), 115.219 introductory paragraph, 115.219(5), 115.219(5)(A)-115.219(5)(C), 115.412(a), 115.413(a), 115.413(b), 115.416(a), 115.417(a)(3), 115.417(a)(4), 115.417(b)(5), 115.419 introductory paragraph, 115.421(a), 115.421(a)(1)-115.421(a)(8), 115.421(a)(8)(B), 115.421(a)(8)(B)(i)-115.421(a)(8)(B)(ix), 115.421(a)(8)(C), 115.421(a)(9)(A)(i)-115.421(a)(9)(A)(v), 115.421(a)(12)(A), 115.421(a)(12)(A)(i), 115.421(a)(12)(A)(ii), 115.421(b), 115.421(b)(1)-115.421(b)(8), 115.421(b)(8)(A), 115.421(b)(8)(A)(i)-115.421(b)(8)(A)(iv), 115.422(1), 115.422(2), 115.423(a)(1), 115.423(a)(2), 115.423(b), 115.423(b)(1), 115.423(b)(2), 115.423(b)(4), 115.425(a)(1)(C), 115.425(b)(1)(C), 115.426(a)(1)(B), 115.427(a)(1)(A)-115.427(a)(1)(D), 115.427(a)(3), 115.427(a)(5), 115.427(b)(2), 115.427(b)(2)(B)-115.427(b)(2)(D), 115.427(b)(3), 115.429(a), 115.429(b), 115.433(a), 115.433(b), 115.435(a)(5), 115.435(b)(5), 115.436(a), 115.436(b), 115.437(a)(1), 115.437(a)(2), 115.439(b), 115.439(c), 115.442(1)(F)(i), 115.422(1)(F)(ii), 115.443 introductory paragraph, 115.445(5), 115.446(7), 115.512(1), 115.512(2), 115.513 introductory paragraph, 115.517(1), 115.541(a)(2)(C), 115.541(2)(E), 115.541(b), 115.541(b)(5), 115.542(a)(1), 115.542(a)(2), 115.542(a)(5), 115.542(b), 115.542(b)(1), 115.542(b)(2), 115.542(b)(4), 115.543 introductory paragraph, 115.546(1)(A), 115.547 introductory paragraph, 115.547(2), 115.547(4), 115.547(5), 115.549(a)-115.549(c), 115.600 introductory paragraph and definitions of Consumer product, Pesticide, Sections 115.614(a), 115.614(c), 115.614(c)(1), 115.614(c)(1)(A)-115.614(c)(1)(F), 115.614(c)(2), 115.614(c)(2)(A)-115.614(c)(2)(F), 115.614(d), 115.614(e), 115.614(f), 115.617(h).

    (L) Certification dated February 14, 1996, that copies of revisions to General Rules and Regulation V adopted by The Commission on February 14, 1996, and submitted to EPA on March 13, 1996, are true and correct copies of documents on file in the permanent records of the Commission.

    (M) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Commission on July 24, 1996, effective August 16, 1996, Sections 115.214(a)(4), 115.214(a)(4)(E), 115.214(a)(5), 115.216(a), 115.216(a)(7), 115.216(a)(7)(A)-115.216(a)(7)(G), 115.616(a), 115.616(a)(1)-115.616(a)(3).

    (N) Certifications dated July 24, 1996, that the copy of revisions to Regulation V adopted by the Commission on July 24, 1996, and submitted to EPA on August 9, 1996, is a true and correct copy of the document on file in the permanent records of the Commission.

    (O) Revisions to the General Rules as adopted by the Commission on April 30, 1997, effective May 22, 1997, Section 101.1, introductory paragraph and definitions of Component, Leak, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) batch distillation operation, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) batch process, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) distillation operation, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) distillation unit, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) reactor process, Tank-truck tank, Vehicle refinishing (body shops), Volatile organic compound (introduction paragraph).

    (P) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Commission on April 30, 1997, effective May 22, 1997, Section 115.10, introductory paragraph and definitions of Fugitive emission, Leak, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) batch distillation operation, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) batch process, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) distillation operation, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) distillation unit, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) reactor process, Tank-truck tank, Vehicle refinishing (body shops), Volatile organic compound (introduction paragraph), and Sections 115.112(a)(2), 115.112(a)(2)(F), 115.112(b)(2), 115.112(b)(2)(F), 115.114(a), 115.114(a)(1), 115.114(a)(2), 115.114(a)(4), 115.114(b), 115.114(b)(1), 115.114(b)(2), 115.114(a)(4), 115.114(c), 115.114(c)(1), 115.114(c)(2), 115.115(a)(6), 115.115(b)(6), 115.116(a)(5), 115.116(b)(5), 115.119(a), 115.119(b), 115.121(a)(1), 115.121(a)(2), 115.121(a)(2)(A)-115.121(a)(2)(E), 115.121(a)(3), 115.121(b), 115.121(c), 115.121(c)(1), 115.121(c)(2), 115.121(c)(3), 115.121(c)(4), 115.122(a)(1), 115.122(a)(1)(A), 115.122(a)(1)(B), 115.122(a)(1)(C), 115.122(a)(2), 115.122(a)(2)(A), 115.122(a)(2)(B), 115.122(a)(3), 115.122(a)(4), 115.122(a)(4)(A), 155.122(a)(4)(B), 115.122(b), 115.122(b)(1), 115.122(b)(2), 115.122(b)(3), 115.122(c), 115.122(c)(1), 115.122(c)(1)(A)-115.122(c)(1)(C), 115.122(c)(2), 115.122(c)(2)(A), 115.122(c)(2)(B), 115.122(c)(3), 115.122(c)(3)(A), 115.122(c)(3)(B), 115.122(c)(4), 115.122(c)(4)(A), 115.122(c)(4)(B), 115.123(a)(1), 115.123(b), 115.123(c), 115.126(a), 115.126(a)(3), 115.126(a)(4)(A), 115.126(a)(4)(B), 115.126(a)(4)(C), 115.126(a)(5)(A)-115.126(a)(5)(C), 115.126(b), 115.126(b)(3), 115.127(a)(2), 115.127(a)(2)(C), 115.127(a)(2)(D), 115.127(a)(2)(E), 115.127(a)(3), 115.127(a)(4), 115.127(a)(4)(A)-115.127(a)(4)(E), 115.127(a)(5), 115.127(c), 115.127(c)(1), 115.127(c)(1)(A)-115.127(c)(1)(C), 115.127(c)(2), 115.129(1)-115.129(5), 115.132(a)(1), 115.132(a)(4)(A), 115.132(a)(4)(B), 115.132(b)(1), 115.132(c), 115.132(c)(1), 115.136(a)(4), 115.136(b)(4), 115.137(a)(3), 115.137(b)(5), 115.137(c), 115.137(c)(4), 115.146(5), 115.147(5)(A), 115.147(5)(B), 115.147(5)(C), 115.149(b), 115.153 introductory paragraph, 115.156(3)(E)(i), 115.159(a), 115.159(b), 115.159(c), 115.211(a)(1), 115.211(a)(3), 115.212(a)(1), 115.212(a)(2), 115.212(a)(3), 115.212(a)(3)(A), 115.212(a)(3)(A)(i), 115.212(a)(3)(A)(ii), 115.212(a)(3)(B), 115.212(a)(3)(C), 115.212(a)(3)(C)(i), 115.212(a)(3)(C)(ii), 115.212(a)(3)(D), 115.212(a)(4), 115.212(a)(5), 115.212(a)(6), 115.212(a)(6)(A), 115.212(a)(6)(B), 115.212(a)(6)(C), 115.212(a)(7), 115.212(a)(7)(A)-115.212(a)(7)(D), 115.212(a)(8), 115.212(a)(8)(A), 115.212(a)(8)(B), 115.212(a)(8)(B)(i), 115.212(a)(8)(B)(ii), 115.212(a)(8)(B)(iii), 115.212(a)(8)(C), 115.212(a)(8)(C)(i), 115.212(a)(8)(C)(ii), 115.212(a)(9), 115.212(a)(10), 115.212(a)(10)(A), 115.212(a)(10)(B), 115.214(a)(4), 115.214(a)(4)(E), 115.214(a)(5), 115.215(a)(8), 115.216(a), 115.216(a)(1), 115.216(a)(6), 115.216(b), 115.216(b)(1), 115.217(a)(1), 115.217(a)(2), 115.217(a)(3), 115.217(a)(4), 115.217(a)(4)(A), 115.217(a)(4)(B), 115.217(a)(5), 115.217(a)(6), 115.217(a)(6)(A)-115.217(a)(6)(D), 115.217(a)(7), 115.217(a)(7)(A)-115.217(a)(7)(E), 115.217(a)(8), 115.217(a)(8)(A)-115.217(a)(8)(C), 115.217(a)(9), 115.217(b)(2), 115.217(b)(4)(A)-115.217(b)(4)(D), 115.217(b)(5), 115.217(c)(2), 115.217(c)(4), 115.217(c)(4)(A)-115.217(c)(4)(D), 115.217(c)(5), 115.219(1), 115.219(4), 115.221 introductory paragraph, 115.222(7), 115.223 introductory paragraph, 115.226 introductory paragraph, 115.226(1), 115.253 introductory paragraph, 115.256 introductory paragraph, 115.311(a)(1), 115.311(a)(2), 115.311(b)(1)-115.311(b)(2), 115.312(a)(2), 115.312(a)(2)(A)-115.312(a)(2)(C), 115.312(b)(2) 115.312(b)(2)(A)-115.312(b)(2)(C), 115.313(a), 115.313(b), 115.319 introductory paragraph, 115.322 introductory paragraph, 115.322(1)-15.322(5), 115.323 introductory paragraph, 115.323(1), 115.323(2), new 115.324, 115.325 introductory paragraph, 115.325(1)-115.325(3), 115.326 introductory paragraph, 115.326(1), 115.326(2), 115.326(2)(A)-115.326(2)(I), 115.326(3), 115.324(4), 115.327 introductory paragraph, 115.327(1), 115.327(1)(A)-115.327(1)(C), 115.327(2)-115.327(6), 115.329 introductory paragraph, 115.352(1), 115.352(2), 115.352(9), 115.353 introductory paragraph, 115.354(1)(C), 115.354(4)-115.354(7), 115.354(7)(A), 115.354(7)(B), 115.354(8), 115.356(1)(I), 115.356(3), 115.357(2), 115.357(8), 115.421(a), 115.421(a)(13)(A), 115.422(3)(A), 115.422(3)(B), 155.424(a)(1), 115.424(a)(2), 115.424(b)(1), 115.426(a)(1)(D), 115.426(a)(2)(C), 115.426(b)(1)(D), 115.426(b)(2)(C), 115.427(a)(5), 115.427(a)(6), 115.442(1)(B)-115.422(1)(D), 155.446(8), 115.449(a), 115.449(b), 115.449(c), 115.532(a)(5), 115.532(a)(5)(A), 115.532(a)(5)(B), 115.533(a), 115.533(b), 115.536(a)(5), 115.536(b)(5), 115.537(a)(5), 115.539 introductory paragraph, 115.552(b)(1), 115.522(b)(2), 115.533 introductory paragraph, 115.559(a)-115.559(d), and repeal of Sections 115.332, 115.333, 115.334, 115.335, 115.336, 115.337, 115.339, 115.342, 115.343, 115.344, 115.345, 115.346, 115.347, 115.349.

    (Q) Certification dated April 30, 1997, that copies of revisions to General Rules and Regulation V adopted by the Commission on April 30, 1997, and submitted to EPA on May 21, 1997, are true and correct copies of documents on file in the permanent records of the Commission.

    (R) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission order adopting amendments to the SIP; Docket Number 95-1198-RUL, issued December 19, 1995.

    (ii) Additional Material.

    (A) TNRCC certification letter dated December 13, 1995, and signed by the Chief Clerk, TNRCC that the attached are true and correct copies of the SIP revision adopted by the Commission on December 13, 1995.

    (B) The following portions of the SIP narrative entitled Post-1996 Rate of Progress Plan for the Beaumont/Port Arthur and Houston/Galveston Ozone Nonattainment Areas Dated December 13, 1995: The section pertaining to Storage Tanks (pp. 17-37), the section pertaining to SOCMI Reactor and Distillation (p. 40), the Section pertaining to Plastic Parts Coating (pp. 54-55).

    (106) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan: Regulation 30 TAC Chapter 101 “General Rules”, Section 101.30 “Conformity of General and State Actions to State Implementation Plans” as adopted by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) on November 16, 1994, and July 9, 1997, was submitted by the Governor on November 22, 1994, and August 21, 1997, respectively.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) Regulation 30, TAC Chapter 101 “General Rules”, Section 101.30 “Conformity of General and State Actions to State Implementation Plans” as adopted by TNRCC on November 16, 1994, and July 9, 1997.

    (B) TNRCC orders Docket No. 94-0709-SIP and 97-0143-RUL as passed and approved on November 16, 1994, and July 9, 1997, respectively.

    (107) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan addressing the 15% Rate-of-Progress Plan requirements for the Beaumont/Port Arthur ozone nonattainment area was submitted by a cover letter from Governor George Bush dated August 9, 1996. This revision will aid in ensuring that reasonable further progress is made towards attaining the National Ambient Air Quality Standard (NAAQS) for ozone in the Beaumont/Port Arthur area. This submittal also contained revisions to the 1990 base year emissions inventory, Motor Vehicle Emission Budget, and contingency plan for the Beaumont/Port Arthur area.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) order adopting amendments to the State Implementation Plan; Docket Number 96-0465-SIP, issued July 31, 1996.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) TNRCC certification letter dated July 24, 1996, and signed by Gloria Vasquez, Chief Clerk, TNRCC.

    (B) The SIP narrative plan and tables entitled, “Revisions to the State Implementation Plan for the Control of Ozone Air Pollution,” as it applies to the Beaumont/Port Arthur area dated July 24, 1996.

    (108) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan to adopt an alternate control strategy for the surface coating processes at Raytheon TI Systems, Inc., Lemmon Avenue Facility.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Commission Order Number 96-1180-SIP issued and effective December 4, 1996, for Texas Instruments, Inc., prior owner of the Lemmon Avenue facility, approving an alternate Reasonably Available Control Technology (ARACT) demonstration for its Lemmon Avenue facility. Raytheon TI Systems assumed operating responsibility for this facility on July 3, 1997.

    (B) A letter from the Governor of Texas dated January 9, 1997, submitting the TI ARACT to the Regional Administrator.

    (ii) Additional material. The document prepared by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission titled “A Site-Specific Revision to the SIP Concerning the Texas Instruments Lemmon Avenue Facility.”

    (109) [Reserved]

    (110) Revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan adopted by the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) on October 15, 1997, and submitted by the Governor on November 12, 1997, repealing the Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Systems regulations from the Texas SIP.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. TNRCC Order Docket No. 97-0534-RUL issued October 21, 1997, repealing Perchloroethylene Dry Cleaning Systems regulations (Sections 115.521 to 115.529) from 30 TAC Chapter 115.

    (ii) Additional materials.

    (A) Letter from the Governor of Texas dated November 12, 1997, submitting amendments to 30 TAC Chapter 115 for approval as a revision to the SIP.

    (111) Recodified and revised Regulation IV, 30 TAC Chapter 114 “Control of Air Pollution From Motor Vehicles” regulations of Texas submitted by the Governor on November 20, 1997, to reformat original Chapter 114 sections into seven new subchapters (A through G) and to remove original section 114.1(e), concerning leaded gasoline dispensing labeling requirements.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Commission Order 97-0713-RUL, adopted by the commission on November 5, 1997.

    (B) SIP narrative entitled “Revisions to 30 TAC Chapter 114 and to the State Implementation Plan (Reformatting of the Chapter)” adopted by the commission on November 5, 1997, addressing: adoption of new Sections 114.1-114.5, 114.20, 114.21, 114.50-114.53, 114.100, 114.150-114.157, 114.200-114.202, 114.250, 114.260, 114.270, and repeal of original sections 114.1, 114.3-114.7, 114.13, 114.23, 114.25, 114.27, 114.29-114.40.

    (112) Revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan submitted by the Governor on January 10, 1996.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) General Rules (30 TAC Chapter 101), Section 101.2(b), adopted by TNRCC on December 13, 1995, effective January 8, 1996.

    (B) TNRCC Docket No. 95-0849-RUL issued December 13, 1995, for adoption of amendments to 30 TAC Chapter 101, Section 101.2(b), regarding Multiple Air Contaminant Sources or Properties and revision to the SIP.

    (ii) Additional materials. A letter from the Governor of Texas dated January 10, 1996, submitting revisions to 30 TAC Chapter 101, Section 101.2(b), for approval as a revision to the SIP.

    (113) The Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission submitted a revision to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) on August 9, 1996. This revision contained, among other things, 15% Rate-of-Progress plans for the Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso and Houston/Galveston ozone nonattainment areas which will aid in ensuring the attainment of the National Ambient Air Quality Standards for ozone. This submittal also contained revisions to the 1990 base year emissions inventories, the associated Motor Vehicle Emission Budgets and contingency plans.

    (i) Incorporation by reference. Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) order adopting amendments to the SIP; Docket Number 96-0465-SIP, issued July 31, 1996.

    (ii) Additional material.

    (A) TNRCC certification letter dated July 24, 1996, and signed by Gloria Vasquez, Chief Clerk, TNRCC.

    (B) The SIP narrative plan and tables dated July 24, 1996 entitled, “Revisions to the State Implementation Plan (SIP) for the Control of Ozone Air Pollution,” as it applies to the Dallas/Fort Worth, El Paso and Houston areas' 15% Rate-of-Progress plans, emissions inventories, motor vehicle emissions budgets and contingency plans.

    (114) Recodified regulations of Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Chapter 113, Subchapter B, controlling lead emissions from stationary sources, and submitted by the Governor in a letter dated August 21, 1997.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission (TNRCC) order adopting amendments to the State Implementation Plan; Docket Number 97-0143-RUL, issued July 9, 1997.

    (B) Texas Administrative Code, Title 30, Chapter 113, Subchapter B, entitled “Lead from Stationary Sources,” adopted by the TNRCC on July 9, 1997. Newly recodified sections 113.31, 113.32, 113.33, 113.34, 113.35, 113.36, 113.37, 113.41, 113.42, 113.43, 113.44, 113.45, 113.46, 113.47, 113.48, 113.52, 113.61, 113.62, 113.63, 113.64, 113.65, 113.66, 113.67, and 113.68.

    (ii) Additional material. TNRCC certification letter dated June 25, 1997, and signed by Gloria Vasquez, Chief Clerk, TNRCC.

    (115) [Reserved]

    (116) A revision to the Texas State Implementation Plan (SIP) to include two modified Agreed Orders limiting sulfur dioxide (SO2) allowable emissions at two facilities in Harris County, submitted by the Governor by cover letter dated May 29, 1997.

    (i) Incorporation by reference.

    (A) TNRCC Docket No. 96-1188-AIR Order Modifying Commission Order No. 94-15 for Lyondel-Citgo Refining Company, LTD., as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994, and modified on July 31, 1996;

    (B) TNRCC Docket No. 96-1187-AIR, Order Modifying Commission Order No. 94-22 for Simpson Pasadena Paper Company, as adopted by the TNRCC on June 29, 1994, and modified on July 31, 1996.

    (ii) Additional material. TNRCC submittal to the EPA dated May 29, 1997, entitled, “Revisions to the SIP Concerning Sulfur Dioxide in Harris County.”

    (117) Revisions to the Texas State Implementation Plan submitted to the EPA in a letter dated April 13, 1998. These revisions address Reasonably Available Control Technology for Wood Furniture coating operations and Ship Building and Repair. The revisions also address coating of oil and gas platforms at ship building and repair facilities.

    (i) Incorporation by Reference.

    (A) Revisions to Regulation V, as adopted by the Commission on March 18, 1998, effective April 7, 1998, sections 115.10. Definitions—Introductory Paragraph, 115.420 Surface Coating Definitions, 115.420(a) General Surface Coating Definitions, 114.420(a)(1)-115.420(a)(10), 115.420(b) Specific surface coating definitions—Introductory Paragraph, 115.420(b)(1), 115.420(b)(2), 115.420(b)(2)(A), 115.420(b)(2)(B), 115.420(b)(3)-115.420(b)(9), 115.420(b)(10), 115.420(b)(10)(A)-115.420(b)(10)(E), 115.420(b)(10)(F), 115.420(b)(10)(F)(i)-115.420(b)(10)(F)(vii), 115.420(b)(10)(G), 115.420(b)(11), 115.420(b)(12), 115.420(b)(12)(A)-115.420(b)(12)(FF), 115.420(b)(13), 115.420(b)(13)(A), 115.420(b)(13)(A)(i), 115.420(b)(13)(A)(ii), 115.420(b)(13)(B), 115.420(b)(13)(B)(i)-115.420(b)(13)(B)(ix), 115.420(b)(14), 115.420(b)(15), 115.420(15)(A), 115.420(15)(A)(i)-115.420(15)(A)(xi), 115.420(15)(B), 115.420(15)(B)(i)-115.420(15)(B)(xix), 115.421(a), 115.421(a)(8), 115.421(a)(8)(B), 115.421(a)(8)(B)(i)-115.421(a)(8)(B)(ix), 115.421(a)(13), 115.421(a)(13)(A), 115.421(a)(13)(A)(i)-115.421(a)(13)(A)(vii), 115.421(a)(13)(A)(viii), 115.421(a)(13)(A)(ix), 115.421(a)(14), 115.421(a)(14)(A), 115.421(a)(14)(A)(i), 115.421(a)(14)(A)(ii), 115.421(a)(14)(A)(iii), 115.421(a)(14)(A)(iii)(I)- 115.421(a)(14)(A)(iii)(III), 115.421(a)(14)(A)(iv)-115.421(a)(14)(A)(vi), 115.421(a)(14)(B), 115.421(a)(15), 115.421(a)(15)(A),115.421(a)(15)(B), 115.421(a)(15)(B)(i), 115.421(a)(15)(B)(ii), 115.421(b), 115.422. Control Requirements—Introductory Paragraph, 115.422(2), 115.422(3), 115.422(3)(A), 115.422(3)(B), 115.422(3)(C), 115.422(3)(C)(i), 115.422(3)(C)(ii), 115.422(3)(C)(ii)(I), 115.422(3)(C)(ii)(II), 115.422(3)(C)(iii)-115.422(3)(C)(v), 115.422(3)(C)(vi), 115.422(3)(C)(vi)(I), 115.422(3)(vi)(II), 115.422(3)(D), 115.422(3)(E), 115.422(3)(E)(i), 115.422(3)(E)(ii), 115.422(4), 115.422(4)(A)-115.422(4)(C), 115.422(5), 115.422(5)(A), 115.422(5)(B), 115.423(a), 115.423(a)(1), 115.423(a)(2), 115.423(b), 115.423(b)(1), 115.423(b)(2), 115.426(a), 115.426(a)(1), 115.426(a)(1)(B), 115.426(a)(1)(B)(i), 115.426(a)(1)(B)(ii), 115.426(a)(2), 115.426(a)(2)(A), 115.426(a)(2)(A)(i), 115.426(b), 115.426(b)(1), 115.426(b)(1)(B), 115.426(b)(2), 115.426(b)(2)(A), 115.426(b)(2)(A)(i), 115.427(a), 115.427(a)(1), 115.427(a)(1)(B), 115.427(a)(1)(C), 115.427(a)(3), 115.427(a)(3)(A), 115.427(a)(3)(B), 115.427(a)(3)(D)-115.427(a)(3)(I), 115.427(b), 115.427(b)(4), 115.429(a), and 115.429(b).

    (B) Certification Dated March 18, 1998 that these are true and correct copies of revisions to 30 TAC Chapter 115 and the SIP.

    (118)-(119) [Reserved]

    (120) Revisions submitted by the Governor on May 29, 1997, June 23, 1998, and December 22, 1998, that change the definition of “primarily operated,” commit to on-board diagnostic testing, remove the test-on-resale of vehicles subject to the inspection and maintenance program, and provide the legal authority for denial of re-registration of vehicles that have not complied with the I/M program requirements, and the establishment of a class C misdemeanor penalty for operating a grossly polluting vehicle in a nonattainment area.

    (i) Incorporation by reference:

    (A) Narrative of State Implementation Plan revision submitted May 29, 1997, by the Governor.

    (B) Narrative of State Implementation Plan revision submitted June 23, 1998, by the Governor.

    (C) Letter from the Governor dated December 22, 1998, submitting Senate Bill 1856.

    (ii) Additional material:

    (A) Senate Bill 1856.

    (B) Memorandum of Agreement between the Texas Natural Resource Conservation Commission and the Texas Department of Public Safety adopted November 20, 1996, and signed February 5, 1997.

    (121) Revisions submitted by the Governor on July 13, 2000, that remove approval of the Alternate Reasonably Available Control Technology (ARACT) for Lockheed Corporation, Bell Helicopter Textron, Incorporated; Bell Plant 1, and Raytheon TI Systems, Inc., (RTIS).

    [37 FR 10895, May 31, 1972. Redesignated and amended at 64 FR 36589, July 7, 1999; 66 FR 54691, Oct. 30, 2001]

[37 FR 10895, May 31, 1972. Redesignated and amended at 64 FR 36589, July 7, 1999; 66 FR 54691, Oct. 30, 2001