2018-11757. Delegation of Authority to the States of Iowa; Kansas; Missouri; Nebraska; Lincoln-Lancaster County, NE; and City of Omaha, NE, for New Source Performance Standards (NSPS), National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP)...  

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    AGENCY:

    Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

    ACTION:

    Delegation of authority.

    SUMMARY:

    The States of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska and the local agencies of Lincoln-Lancaster County, Nebraska, and the city of Omaha, Nebraska, have submitted updated regulations for delegation of EPA authority for implementation and enforcement of NSPS, NESHAP, and MACT standards. The submissions cover new EPA standards and, in some instances, revisions to standards previously delegated. EPA's review of the pertinent regulations shows that they contain adequate and effective procedures for the implementation and enforcement of these Federal standards. This action informs the public of delegations to the above-mentioned agencies. All sources subject to the requirements of EPA regulations are also subject to the equivalent requirements of the above-mentioned state or local agencies. For the current, most up-to-date, status of delegations to the above-mentioned agencies, please refer to the web pages in the “What does this action do?” section of this document.

    DATES:

    This document is effective on June 1, 2018. The dates of delegation can be found in the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section of this document.

    ADDRESSES:

    Copies of documents relative to this action are available for public inspection during normal business hours at the Environmental Protection Agency, Air Planning and Development Branch, 11201 Renner Road, Lenexa, Kansas 66219. The interested persons wanting to examine these documents should make an appointment with the office at least 24 hours in advance.

    Effective immediately, all notifications, applications, reports, and other correspondence required pursuant to the newly delegated standards and revisions identified in this document must be submitted with respect to sources located in the jurisdictions identified in this document, to the following addresses:

    Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Air Quality Bureau, Wallace State Office Building, 502 E 9th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50319.

    Kansas Department of Health and the Environment, Bureau of Air, 1000 SW Jackson Street, Suite 310, Topeka, Kansas 66612-1367.

    Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Air Pollution Control Program, PO Box 176, Jefferson City, Missouri 65102-0176.

    Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality, Air Quality Division, 1200 “N” Street, Suite 400, P.O. Box 98922, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509.

    Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department, Division of Environmental Public Health, Air Quality Section, 3140 “N” Street, Lincoln, Nebraska 68510

    City of Omaha, Public Works Department, Air Quality Control Division, 5600 South 10th Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68107.

    Duplicates of required documents must also continue to be submitted to the EPA Regional Office at the above address.

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    FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:

    Ms. Paula Higbee at (913) 551-7028, or by email at higbee.paula@epa.gov.

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    SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION:

    The supplementary information is organized in the following order:

    I. What does this action do?

    II. What is the authority for delegation?

    III. What does delegation accomplish?

    IV. What has been delegated?

    V. What has not been delegated?

    List of Delegation Tables

    Table I—NSPS, 40 CFR part 60

    Table II—NESHAP, 40 CFR part 61

    Table III—NESHAP, 40 CFR part 63

    I. What does this action do?

    EPA is providing notice of an update to its delegable authority for implementation and enforcement of the Federal standards shown in the tables below to the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. This action updates the delegation tables previously published at 80 FR 10596 (February 27, 2015). EPA has established procedures by which these agencies are automatically delegated the authority to implement the standards when they adopt regulations which are identical to the Federal standards. We then periodically provide notice of the new and revised standards for which delegation has been given. This document does not affect or alter the status of the listed standards under state or Federal law.

    For the current, most up-to-date, status of delegations to the above-mentioned agencies, please refer to the following web pages:

    Iowa https://go.usa.gov/​xQ8yQ

    Kansas https://go.usa.gov/​xQ8yE

    Missouri https://go.usa.gov/​xQ8ym

    Nebraska https://go.usa.gov/​xQ8yy Start Printed Page 25383

    II. What is the authority for delegation?

    1. Section 111(c)(1) of the Clean Air Act (CAA) authorizes EPA to delegate authority to any state agency which submits adequate regulatory procedures for implementation and enforcement of the NSPS program. The NSPS are codified at 40 CFR part 60.

    2. Section 112(l) of the CAA and 40 CFR part 63, subpart E, authorizes EPA to delegate authority to any state or local agency which submits adequate regulatory procedures for implementation and enforcement of emission standards for hazardous air pollutants. The hazardous air pollutant standards are codified at 40 CFR parts 61 and 63, respectively.

    III. What does delegation accomplish?

    Delegation confers primary responsibility for implementation and enforcement of the listed standards to the respective state and local air agencies. However, EPA also retains the concurrent authority to enforce the standards.

    IV. What has been delegated?

    Tables I, II, and III below list the delegated standards. Each item listed in the Subpart column has two relevant dates listed in each column for each state. The first date in each block is the reference date to the CFR contained in the state rule. In general, the state or local agency has adopted the applicable standard through the date as noted in the table. The second date is the most recent effective date of the state agency rule for which the EPA has granted the delegation. This document specifically addresses revisions to the columns for Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska and the local agencies of Lincoln-Lancaster County, Nebraska, and the city of Omaha, Nebraska. If there are no dates listed in the delegation table, the state has not accepted delegation of the standard and implementation of those standards reside with EPA.

    V. What has not been delegated?

    1. The EPA regulations effective after the first date specified in each block have not been delegated, and authority for implementation of these regulations is retained solely by EPA.

    2. In some cases, the standards themselves specify that specific provisions cannot be delegated. In such cases, a specific section of the standard details what authorities can and cannot be delegated. You should review the applicable standard in the CFR for this information.

    3. In some cases, the state rules do not adopt the Federal standard in its entirety. Each state rule (available from the respective agency) should be consulted for specific information.

    4. In some cases, existing delegation agreements between the EPA and the agencies limit the scope of the delegated standards. Copies of delegation agreements are available from the state agencies, or from this office.

    5. With respect to 40 CFR part 63, subpart A, General Provisions (see Table III), EPA has determined that sections 63.6(g), 63.6(h)(9), 63.7(e)(2)(ii) and (f), 63.8(f), and 63.10(f) cannot be delegated. Additional information is contained in 40 CFR 63.91(g)(2).

    List of Delegation Tables

    Table I—Delegation of Authority—Part 60 NSPS—Region 7

    SubpartSource categoryState of IowaState of KansasState of MissouriState of Nebraska
    AGeneral Provisions6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12; 12/30/13; Except 60.4; 60.9; and 60.107/1/13 5/13/14
    DFossil-Fuel Fired Steam Generators for Which Construction is Commenced After August 17, 19711/20/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    DaElectric Utility Steam Generating Units for Which Construction is Commenced After September 18, 19781/20/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    DbIndustrial-Commercial-Institutional Steam Generating Units1/20/11 10/24/1207/01/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    DcSmall Industrial-Commercial-Institutional Steam Generating Units1/20/11 10/24/1207/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    EIncinerators9/11/15 4/22/1707/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    EaMunicipal Waste Combustors for Which Construction is Commenced After December 20, 1989, and on or before September 20, 19946/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    EbLarge Municipal Waste Combustors for Which Construction is Commenced after September 20, 1994, or for Which Modification or Reconstruction is Commenced After June 19, 19966/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    EcHospital/Medical/Infectious Waste Incinerators for Which Construction Commenced after June 20, 19967/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    FPortland Cement Plants9/11/15 7/25/167/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    GNitric Acid Plants9/11/15 3/22/177/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    GaNitric Acid Plants for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After October 14, 20118/14/12 3/22/176/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    HSulfuric Acid Plants9/11/157/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    IHot Mix Asphalt Facilities6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    JPetroleum Refineries7/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    JaStandards of Performance for Petroleum Refineries for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After May 14, 20076/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    KStorage Vessels for Petroleum Liquids for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After June 11, 1973, and Prior to May 19, 19786/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    KaStorage Vessels for Petroleum Liquids for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After May 18, 1978, and Prior to July 23, 19846/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    KbVolatile Organic Liquid Storage Vessels (including Petroleum Liquid Storage Vessels) for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After July 23, 19846/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
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    LSecondary Lead Smelters7/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    MSecondary Brass and Bronze Production Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    NBasic Oxygen Process Furnaces for Which Construction is Commenced After June 11, 19736/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 05/13/14
    NaBasic Oxygen Process Steelmaking Facilities for Which Construction is Commenced After January 20, 19836/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    OSewage Treatment Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/01/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    PPrimary Copper Smelters7/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    QPrimary Zinc Smelters7/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    RPrimary Lead Smelters7/01/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    SPrimary Aluminum Reduction Plants7/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/01/13 5/13/14
    TPhosphate Fertilizer Industry: Wet Process Phosphoric Acid Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    UPhosphate Fertilizer Industry: Superphosphoric Acid Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    VPhosphate Fertilizer Industry: Diammonium Phosphate Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    WPhosphate Fertilizer Industry: Triple Superphosphate Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    XPhosphate Fertilizer Industry: Granular Triple Superphosphate Storage Facilities6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/01/13 5/13/14
    YCoal Preparation Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    ZFerroalloy Production Facilities6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    AASteel Plants: Electric Arc Furnaces Constructed After October 21, 1974, and on or Before August 17, 19836/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    AAaSteel Plants: Electric Arc Furnaces and Argon-Oxygen Decarburization Vessels Constructed After August 17, 19836/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    BBKraft Pulp Mills6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 05/13/14
    BBaKraft Pulp Mill Affected Sources for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After May 23, 2013
    CCGlass Manufacturing Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    DDGrain Elevators6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    EESurface Coating of Metal Furniture6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    GGStationary Gas Turbines6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    HHLime Manufacturing Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    KKLead-Acid Battery Manufacturing Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    LLMetallic Mineral Processing Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    MMAutomobile and Light Duty Truck Surface Coating Operations6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    NNPhosphate Rock Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/01/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    PPAmmonium Sulfate Manufacture6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    QQGraphic Arts Industry: Publication Rotogravure Printing6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    RRPressure Sensitive Tape and Label Surface Coating Operations6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    SSIndustrial Surface Coating: Large Appliances6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    TTMetal Coil Surface Coating6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    UUAsphalt Processing and Asphalt Roofing Manufacture6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    VVEquipment Leaks of VOC in the Synthetic Organic Chemicals Manufacturing Industry6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    V VaEquipment Leaks of VOC in the Synthetic Organic Chemicals Manufacturing Industry for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After November 7, 20066/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    WWBeverage Can Surface Coating Industry6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    XXBulk Gasoline Terminals6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
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    AAANew Residential Wood Heaters7/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    BBBRubber Tire Manufacturing Industry6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    DDDVolatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emissions from the Polymer Manufacturing Industry6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    FFFFlexible Vinyl and Urethane Coating and Printing6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    GGGEquipment Leaks of VOC in Petroleum Refineries6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    GGGaEquipment Leaks of VOC in Petroleum Refineries for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After November 7, 20066/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    HHHSynthetic Fiber Production Facilities6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    IIIVolatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emissions From the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) AIR Oxidation Unit Processes6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    JJJPetroleum Dry Cleaners6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    KKKEquipment Leaks of VOC from Onshore Natural Gas Processing Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    LLLOnshore Natural Gas Processing: SO2 Emissions6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    NNNVolatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emissions from Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) Distillation Operations6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    OOONonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    PPPWool Fiberglass Insulation Manufacturing Plants6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    QQQVOC Emissions from Petroleum Refinery Wastewater Systems6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    RRRVolatile Organic Compound Emissions from Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) Reactor Processes6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    SSSMagnetic Tape Coating Facilities6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    TTTIndustrial Surface Coating: Surface Coating of Plastic Parts for Business Machines6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    UUUCalciners and Dryers in Mineral Industries6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    VVVPolymeric Coating of Supporting Substrates Facilities6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    WWWMunicipal Solid Waste Landfills6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    AAAASmall Municipal Waste Combustion Units for Which Construction is Commenced After August 30, 1999 or for Which Modification or Reconstruction is Commenced After June 6, 20016/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    CCCCCommercial and Industrial Solid Waste Incineration Units for Which Construction is Commenced After November 30, 1999 or for Which Modification or Reconstruction is Commenced on or After June 1, 20016/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    DDDDCommercial and Industrial Solid Waste Incineration Units that Commenced Construction On or Before November 30, 19997/1/10 11/14/147/1/13 5/13/14
    EEEEOther Solid Waste Incineration Units for Which Construction Commenced After December 9, 2004 or Modification or Reconstruction Commenced On or After June 16, 20066/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    FFFFOther Solid Waste Incineration Units that Commenced Construction On or Before December 9, 20047/1/10 11/14/147/1/13 5/13/14
    IIIIStationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    JJJJStationary Spark Ignition Internal Combustion Engines6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    KKKKStationary Combustion Turbines6/28/11 10/24/127/1/10 11/14/146/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    LLLLNew Sewage Sludge Incinerator Units6/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    OOOOCrude Oil and Natural Gas Production, Transmission and Distribution6/30/12 12/30/137/1/13 5/13/14
    OOOOaCrude Oil and Natural Gas Production, Transmission and Distribution for which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After September 18, 2015
    QQQQNew Residential Hydronic Heaters and Forced Air Furnaces
    TTTTGreenhouse Gas Emissions for Electric Generating Units
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    Table II—Delegation of Authority Part 61—NESHAP—Region 7

    SubpartSource categoryState of IowaState of KansasState of MissouriState of NebraskaLincoln-Lancaster CountyCity of Omaha
    AGeneral Provisions9/19/11 10/24/12701/10; 12/28/12; Except 61.04; 61.16; and 61.176/30/12; 12/30/13; Except 61.04; 61.16; and 61.177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    BRadon Emissions from Underground Uranium MinesNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegable.
    CBeryllium7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    DBeryllium Rocket Motor Firing7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    EMercury9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    FVinyl Chloride9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    JEquipment Leaks (Fugitive Emission Sources) of Benzene9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    LBenzene Emissions from Coke By-Product Recovery Plants9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    MAsbestos9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    NInorganic Arsenic Emissions from Glass Manufacturing Plants9/19/12 3/22/177/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/1007/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    OInorganic Arsenic Emissions From Primary Copper Smelters7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    PInorganic Arsenic Emissions From Arsenic Trioxide and Metallic Arsenic Production Facilities7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/1007/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    QRadon Emissions From Department of Energy FacilitiesNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegable.
    RRadon Emissions From Phosphogypsum StacksNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegable.
    TRadon Emissions From the Disposal of Uranium Mill TailingsNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegable.
    VEquipment Leaks (Fugitive Emission Sources)7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    WRadon Emissions From Operating Mill TailingsNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegableNot delegable.
    YBenzene Emissions From Benzene Storage Vessels9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    BBBenzene Emissions From Benzene Transfer Operations9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12
    FFBenzene Waste Operations9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/01 7/21/107/1/13 12/10/137/1/09 12/22/12

    Table III—Delegation of Authority—Part 63 NESHAP—Region 7

    SubpartSource categoryState of IowaState of KansasState of MissouriState of NebraskaLincoln- Lancaster CountyCity of Omaha
    AGeneral Provisions9/19/11 7/25/167/1/10; 12/28/12; Except 63.6(f)(1), (g), (h)(1) and (h)(9); 63.7(e)(2)(ii) and (f); 63.8(f); 63.10(f); 63.12; 63.13; 63.14(b)(27) and phrase “and table 5 to subpart DDDDD of this part”; 63.14(b)(35); (39) through (53); and (55) through (62); in 63.14(i)(1), the phrase “table 5 to subpart DDDDD of this part”; and 63.156/30/12; 12/30/13; Except 63.13 & 63.15(a)(2)7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    FOrganic Hazardous Air Pollutants From the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
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    GOrganic Hazardous Air Pollutants From the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry for Process Vents, Storage Vessels, Transfer Operations, and Wastewater9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    HOrganic Hazardous Air Pollutants for Equipment Leaks9/19/11 10/24/120/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    IOrganic Hazardous Air Pollutants for Certain Processes Subject to the Negotiated Regulation for Equipment Leaks9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    JPolyvinyl Chloride and Copolymers Production7/1/10; 11/14/14; Except 63.15
    LCoke Oven Batteries9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    MNational Perchloroethylene Air Emission Standards for Dry Cleaning Facilities9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    NChromium Emissions From Hard and Decorative Chromium Electroplating and Chromium Anodizing Tanks9/19/12 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    OEthylene Oxide Emissions Standards for Sterilization Facilities9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    QIndustrial Process Cooling Towers9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    RGasoline Distribution Facilities (Bulk Gasoline Terminals and Pipeline Breakout Stations)9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    SPulp and Paper Industry7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    THalogenated Solvent Cleaning9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 0/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    UPolymers and Resins Group I9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    WEpoxy Resins Production and Non-Nylon Polyamides Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    XSecondary Lead Smelting7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    YMarine Tank Vessel Loading Operations9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    AA/BBPhosphoric Acid Manufacturing Plants/Phosphate Fertilizers Production Plants9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/1212/9/16 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    CCPetroleum Refineries7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    DDOff-Site Waste and Recovery Operations3/18/15 7/25/167/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    EEMagnetic Tape Manufacturing Operations9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    GGAerospace Industry Surface Coating Manufacturing and Rework Facilities9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/1212/7/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    HHOil and Natural Gas Production Facilities9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    IIShipbuilding and Ship Repair (Surface Coating)7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    JJWood Furniture Manufacturing Operations11/21/11 7/25/167/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    KKPrinting and Publishing Industry9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    LLPrimary Aluminum Reduction Plants7/1/10 12/28/1210/15/15 7/30/177/1/13 05/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    MMChemical Recovery Combustion Sources at Kraft, Soda, Sulfite, and Stand-Along Semichemical Pulp Mills9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    NNWool Fiberglass Mfg (area sources)
    OOTanks—Level 19/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    PPContainers9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/1707/1/13 05/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    QQSurface Impoundments9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    RRIndividual Drain Systems9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    SSClosed Vent Systems, Control Devices, Recovery Devices and Routing to a Fuel Gas System or a Process9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 05/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    TTEquipment Leaks—Control Level 1 Standards9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    UUEquipment Leaks—Control Level 2 Standards9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    VVOil-Water Separators and Organic-Water Separators9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    WWStorage Vessel (Tanks)—Control Level 29/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
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    XXEthylene Manufacturing Process Units: Heat Exchange Systems and Waste Operations9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    YYGeneric Maximum Achievable Control Technology Standards10/8/14 7/25/167/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    CCCSteel Pickling-HCL Process Facilities and Hydrochloric Acid Regeneration Plants7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    DDDMineral Wool Production7/29/15 7/25/167/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    EEEHazardous Waste Combustors9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    GGGPharmaceutical Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    HHHNatural Gas Transmission and Storage Facilities8/16/12 7/25/167/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    IIIFlexible Polyurethane Foam Production8/15/14 7/25/167/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    JJJPolymers and Resins Group IV9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    LLLPortland Cement Manufacturing Industry7/25/16 3/22/177/1/10 12/28/129/11/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    MMMPesticide Active Ingredient Production3/27/14 7/25/167/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    NNNWool Fiberglass Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    OOOManufacture of Amino/Phenolic Resins10/8/14 7/25/1607/01/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    PPPPolyether Polyols Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    QQQPrimary Copper Smelting7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    RRRSecondary Aluminum Production7/1/10 12/28/126/13/16 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    TTTPrimary Lead Smelting7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    UUUPetroleum Refineries7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    VVVPublicly Owned Treatment Works9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    XXXFerroalloys Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    AAAAMunicipal Solid Waste Landfills9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    CCCCManufacturing of Nutritional Yeast7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    DDDDPlywood and Composite Wood Products9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    EEEEOrganic Liquids Distribution (Non-Gasoline)9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    FFFFMisc. Organic Chemical Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    GGGGSolvent Extraction for Vegetable Oil Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    HHHHWet Formed Fiberglass Mat Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    IIIISurface Coating of Automobiles and Light-Duty Trucks9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    JJJJPaper and Other Web Coating9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    KKKKSurface Coating of Metal Cans9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    MMMMSurface Coating of Misc. Metal Parts and Products9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    NNNNSurface Coating of Large Appliances9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    OOOOPrinting, Coating and Dyeing of Fabrics and Other Textiles9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    PPPPSurface Coating of Plastic Parts and Products9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    QQQQSurface Coating of Wood Building Products9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    RRRRSurface Coating of Metal Furniture9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    SSSSSurface Coating of Metal Coil9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    TTTTLeather Finishing Operations9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    UUUUCellulose Products Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    VVVVBoat Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
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    WWWWReinforced Plastic Composites Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 05/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    XXXXRubber Tire Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    YYYYStationary Combustion Turbines9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    ZZZZStationary Reciprocating Internal Combustion Engines3/6/13 10/23/133/6/13 11/14/147/1/15 7/30/17 *only major sources7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    AAAAALime Manufacturing Plants9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    BBBBBSemiconductor Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    CCCCCCoke Ovens: Pushing, Quenching, and Battery Stacks9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    DDDDDIndustrial, Commercial and Institutional Boilers and Process Heaters11/20/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    EEEEEIron and Steel Foundries9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    FFFFFIntegrated Iron and Steel Manufacturing Facilities9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    GGGGGSite Remediation9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    HHHHHMisc. Coating Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    IIIIIMercury Cell Chlor-Alkali Plants9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    JJJJJBrick and Structural Clay Products Manufacturing12/4/15 7/30/17
    KKKKKClay Ceramics Manufacturing7/1/15 7/30/17
    LLLLLAsphalt Processing and Asphalt Roofing Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/1307/1/11 12/22/12
    MMMMMFlexible Poly-urethane Foam Fabrication Operation9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    NNNNNHydrochloric Acid Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    PPPPPEngine Test Cells/Stands9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    QQQQQFriction Materials Manufacturing Facilities9/19/11 10/24/1207/01/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    RRRRRTaconite Iron Ore Processing7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    SSSSSRefractory Products Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    TTTTTPrimary Magnesium Refining071/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17
    UUUUUCoal and Oil-fired Electric Utility Steam Generating Units7/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    WWWWWHospital Ethylene Oxide Sterilizer9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    YYYYYElectric Arc Furnace Steelmaking Facilities or Stainless and Non-stainless Steel Manufacturing (EAFs)9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    ZZZZZIron and Steel Foundries Area Sources9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    BBBBBBGasoline Distribution Bulk Terminal, Bulk Plant and Pipeline Facilities9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 05/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    CCCCCCGasoline Distribution, Gasoline Dispensing Facilities1/24/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    DDDDDDPVC & Copolymer Production7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    EEEEEEPrimary Copper Smelting7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    FFFFFFSecondary Copper Smelting7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    GGGGGGPrimary Nonferrous Metal7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 05/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    HHHHHHPaint Stripping Operations, Misc. Surface Coating, Autobody Refinishing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    JJJJJJIndustrial, Commercial, and Institutional Boilers7/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    LLLLLLAcrylic/Modacrylic Fibers Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    MMMMMMCarbon Black Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 05/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    NNNNNNChromium Compounds9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    OOOOOOFlexible Polyurethane Foam Fabrication and Production9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
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    PPPPPPLead Acid Battery Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    QQQQQQWood Preserving9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    RRRRRRClay Ceramics Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    SSSSSSPressed & Blown Glass Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    TTTTTTSecondary Non-Ferrous Metals9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/137/1/11 12/22/12
    VVVVVVChemical Manufacturing Area Sources12/21/12 9/10/147/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    WWWWWWPlating and Polishing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    XXXXXXMetal Fabrication and Finishing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    YYYYYYFerroalloys Production7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/17 *7/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    ZZZZZZArea Source Standards for Aluminum, Copper and Other Nonferrous Foundries071/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    AAAAAAAAsphalt Processing and Asphalt Roofing Manufacturing7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    BBBBBBBChemical Preparations Industry7/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    CCCCCCCPaints and Allied Products Manufacturing9/19/11 10/24/127/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    DDDDDDDPrepared Foods Manufacturing12/23/11 9/10/147/1/10 12/28/127/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    EEEEEEEGold Mine Ore Processing and Production Area Source Category7/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    HHHHHHHPolyvinyl Chloride and Copolymers Production7/1/15 7/30/177/1/13 5/13/147/1/13 12/10/13
    * At this time, Missouri is temporarily not accepting delegation for area source NESHAP requirements (40 CFR part 63, subparts WWWWW-YYYYYY) within the State of Missouri as described in an August 24, 2010 letter from MDNR to the U.S. EPA, Region 7.

    Summary of This Action

    All sources subject to the requirements of 40 CFR parts 60, 61, and 63 are also subject to the equivalent requirements of the above-mentioned state or local agencies.

    This document informs the public of delegations to the above-mentioned agencies of the above-referenced Federal regulations.

    Authority

    This document is issued under the authority of sections 101, 110, 112, and 301 of the CAA, as amended (42 U.S.C. 7401, 7410, 7412, and 7601).

    Start Signature

    Dated: May 21, 2018.

    Karen A. Flournoy,

    Acting Regional Administrator, Region 7.

    End Signature End Supplemental Information

    [FR Doc. 2018-11757 Filed 5-31-18; 8:45 am]

    BILLING CODE 6560-50-P

Document Information

Effective Date:
6/1/2018
Published:
06/01/2018
Department:
Environmental Protection Agency
EntryType:
Rule
Action:
Delegation of authority.
Document Number:
2018-11757
Dates:
This document is effective on June 1, 2018. The dates of delegation can be found in the SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION section of this document.
Pages:
25382-25390 (9 pages)
Docket Numbers:
EPA-R07-OAR-2018-0021, FRL-9978-80-Region 7
SectionNoes:
PDF File:
2018-11757.pdf
Supporting Documents:
» IA submission received May 09 2017; also MO and KS submissions as attachments
CFR: (3)
40 CFR 60
40 CFR 61
40 CFR 63