Delegation of Authority to the States of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska for New Source Performance Standards (NSPS); National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP); and Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Standards, 60561-60570 [E7-21065]

Download as PDF Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations procedures; and related management systems practices) that are developed or adopted by voluntary consensus standards bodies. This rule does not use technical standards. Therefore, we did not consider the use of voluntary consensus standards. Environment We have analyzed this rule under Commandant Instruction M16475.lD, which guides the Coast Guard in complying with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) (42 U.S.C. 4321–4370f), and have made a preliminary determination that there are no factors in this case that would limit the use of a categorical exclusion under section 2.B.2 of the Instruction. Therefore, we believe that this rule should be categorically excluded, under figure 2–1, paragraph (34)(g) of the Instruction, from further environmental documentation because this rule establishes a safety zone. A final ‘‘Environmental Analysis Check List’’ and a final ‘‘Categorical Exclusion Determination’’ will be available in the docket where indicated under ADDRESSES. List of Subjects in 33 CFR Part 165 Harbors, Marine safety, Navigation (water), Reporting and recordkeeping requirements, Security measures, Waterways. I For the reasons set out in the preamble, the Coast Guard amends 33 CFR part 165 as follows: the point located at 57°29.8′ North, 152°17.0′ West. All coordinates reference Datum: NAD 1983. (b) Enforcement periods. The safety zones in this section will be enforced from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. during each day of a five-day launch window period from September 28, 2007 to October 31, 2007. (c) Regulations. (1) The Duty Officer at Marine Safety Detachment, Kodiak, Alaska can be contacted at telephone number (907) 486–5918 or (907) 539– 5841. (2) The Captain of the Port may authorize and designate any Coast Guard commissioned, warrant, or petty officer to act on his behalf in enforcing the safety zone. (3) The general regulations governing safety zones contained in § 165.23 apply. No person or vessel may enter or remain in this safety zone without first obtaining permission from the Captain of the Port or his on-scene representative. The Captain of the Port, Western Alaska, on-scene representative may be contacted at Marine Safety Detachment Kodiak. Dated: September 28, 2007. M.R. Devries, Captain, U.S. Coast Guard, Captain of the Port, Western Alaska. [FR Doc. E7–20978 Filed 10–24–07; 8:45 am] BILLING CODE 4910–15–P ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY PART 165—[AMENDED] 40 CFR Parts 60, 61, and 63 1. The authority citation for part 165 continues to read as follows: [FRL–8487–5] I Authority: 33 U.S.C. 1226, 1231; 46 U.S.C. Chapter 701; 50 U.S.C. 191, 195; 33 CFR 1.05–1, 6.04–1, 6.04–6, and 160.5; Pub. L. 107–295, 116 Stat. 2064; Department of Homeland Security Delegation No. 0170.1. 2. From September 28, 2007 to October 31, 2007 add temporary § 165.T17–072 to read as follows: I rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES (a) Description. The established safety zone includes the navigable waters in the vicinity of Narrow Cape and Ugak Island, within the boundaries defined by a line drawn from a point located at 57°29.8′ North, 152°17.0′ West, then southeast to a point located at 57°21.1′ North, 152°11.2′ West, then southwest to a point located at 57°19.9′ North, 152°14.2′ West, and then northwest to a point located at 57°25.4′ North, 152°28.2′ West, and then northeast to 18:00 Oct 24, 2007 Jkt 214001 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). ACTION: Notice of delegation of authority. AGENCY: § 165.T17–072 Alaska Aerospace Development Corporation, Safety Zone; Gulf of Alaska, Narrow Cape, Kodiak Island, AK. VerDate Aug<31>2005 Delegation of Authority to the States of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska for New Source Performance Standards (NSPS); National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP); and Maximum Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Standards The states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and 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 SUMMARY: PO 00000 Frm 00029 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 60561 enforcement of these Federal standards. This action informs the public of delegations to the above-mentioned agencies. This notice is effective on October 25, 2007. 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, 901 North 5th Street, Kansas City, Kansas 66101. 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, 7900 Hickman Road, Urbandale, Iowa 50322. Kansas Department of Health and the Environment, Bureau of Air and Radiation, 1000 SW Jackson St., Ste. 310, Topeka, Kansas 66612–1367. Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Air Pollution Control Program, PO Box 176, Jefferson City, MO 65102–0176. Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality, Air Quality Division, 1200 ‘‘N’’ Street, Suite 400, PO Box 98922, Lincoln, NE 68509. Duplicates of required documents must also continue to be submitted to the EPA Regional Office at the above address. DATES: FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Heather Hamilton at (913) 551–7039, or by e-mail at hamilton.heather@epa.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The supplementary information is organized in the following order: What does this action do? What is the authority for delegation? What does delegation accomplish? What has been delegated? 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 What does this action do? The EPA is providing notice of an update to its delegable authority for E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 25OCR1 60562 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations 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 72 FR 1937 (January 17, 2007). The 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 notice does not affect or alter the status of the listed standards under state or Federal law. 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 the 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. 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. 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 notice specifically addresses revisions to the columns for Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska. 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), the 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 an EPA memorandum titled ‘‘Delegation of 40 CFR Part 63 General Provisions Authorities to State and Local Air Pollution Control Agencies’’ from John Seitz, Director, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, dated July 10, 1998. List of Delegation Tables TABLE I.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY (PART 60 NSPS—REGION 7 State of Iowa Subpart Source category A .................. General Provisions ................................................................................. B .................. Adoption and Submittal of State Plans for Designated Facilities .......... D .................. Db ................ Fossil-Fuel Fired Steam Generators for Which Construction is Commenced After August 17, 1971. Electric Utility Steam Generating Units for Which Construction is Commenced After September 18, 1978. Industrial-Commercial-Institutional Steam Generating Units ................. Dc ................ Small Industrial-Commercial-Institutional Steam Generating Units ....... E .................. Incinerators ............................................................................................. Ea ................ F .................. Municipal Waste Combustors for Which Construction is Commenced After December 20, 1989, and on or before September 20 1994. Large Municipal Waste Combustors for Which Construction is Commenced after September 20, 1994, or for Which Modification or Reconstruction is Commenced After June 19, 1996. Hospital/Medical/Infectious Waste Incinerators for Which Construction Commenced after June 20, 1996. Portland Cement Plants ......................................................................... G ................. Nitric Acid Plants .................................................................................... H .................. Sulfuric Acid Plants ................................................................................ I ................... Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities ....................................................................... J .................. Petroleum Refineries .............................................................................. Da ................ Eb ................ rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES Ec ................ VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:10 Oct 24, 2007 Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00030 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 State of Kansas State of Missouri State of Nebraska 09/21/06 04/04/07 09/21/06 04/04/07 02/27/06 08/23/06 09/21/06 04/04/07 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 09/21/06 04/04/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/03 11/30/05 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 02/27/06 12/13/06 02/27/06 12/13/06 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 09/21/06 04/04/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 25OCR1 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations 60563 TABLE I.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY (PART 60 NSPS—REGION 7—Continued State of Iowa Subpart Source category K .................. L .................. Storage Vessels for Petroleum Liquids for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After June 11, 1973, and Prior to May 19, 1978. Storage Vessels for Petroleum Liquids for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After May 18, 1978, and Prior to July 23, 1984. Volatile Organic Liquid Storage Vessels (including Petroleum Liquid Storage Vessels) for Which Construction, Reconstruction, or Modification Commenced After July 23, 1984. Secondary Lead Smelters ...................................................................... M ................. Secondary Brass and Bronze Production Plants .................................. N .................. O ................. Basic Oxygen Process Furnaces for Which Construction is Commenced After June 11, 1973. Basic Oxygen Process Steelmaking Facilities for Which Construction is Commenced After January 20, 1983. Sewage Treatment Plants ...................................................................... P .................. Primary Copper Smelters ....................................................................... Q ................. Primary Zinc Smelters ............................................................................ R .................. Primary Lead Smelters .......................................................................... S .................. Primary Aluminum Reduction Plants ..................................................... T .................. Phosphate Fertilizer Industry: Wet Process Phosphoric Acid Plants .... U .................. Phosphate Fertilizer Industry: Superphosphoric Acid Plants ................ V .................. Phosphate Fertilizer Industry: Diammonium Phosphate Plants ............ W ................. Phosphate Fertilizer Industry: Triple Superphosphate Plants ............... X .................. Y .................. Phosphate Fertilizer Industry: Granular Triple Superphosphate Storage Facilities. Coal Preparation Plants ......................................................................... Z .................. Ferroalloy Production Facilities .............................................................. AA ............... BB ............... Steel Plants: Electric Arc Furnaces Constructed After October 21, 1974, and on or Before August 17, 1983. Steel Plants: Electric Arc Furnaces and Argon-Oxygen Decarburization Vessels Constructed After August 17, 1983. Kraft Pulp Mills ....................................................................................... CC ............... Glass Manufacturing Plants ................................................................... DD ............... Grain Elevators ...................................................................................... EE ............... Surface Coating of Metal Furniture ........................................................ GG ............... Stationary Gas Turbines ........................................................................ HH ............... Lime Manufacturing Plants .................................................................... KK ............... Lead-Acid Battery Manufacturing Plants ............................................... LL ................ Metallic Mineral Processing Plants ........................................................ MM .............. Automobile and Light Duty Truck Surface Coating Operations ............ NN ............... Phosphate Rock Plants .......................................................................... PP ............... Ammonium Sulfate Manufacture ............................................................ QQ ............... Graphic Arts Industry: Publication Rotogravure Printing ....................... RR ............... Pressure Sensitive Tape and Label Surface Coating Operations ......... Ka ................ Kb ................ Na ................ rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES AAa ............. VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:00 Oct 24, 2007 Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00031 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 State of Kansas State of Missouri State of Nebraska 02/27/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 02/27/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 02/27/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 10/15/03 12/14/04 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/22/05 08/23/06 02/22/05 08/23/06 09/21/06 04/04/07 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 25OCR1 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/08/04 05/07/05 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 60564 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations TABLE I.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY (PART 60 NSPS—REGION 7—Continued State of Iowa Subpart Source category SS ............... Industrial Surface Coating: Large Appliances ....................................... TT ................ Metal Coil Surface Coating .................................................................... UU ............... Asphalt Processing and Asphalt Roofing Manufacture ......................... VV ............... WW ............. Equipment Leaks of VOC in the Synthetic Organic Chemicals Manufacturing Industry. Beverage Can Surface Coating Industry ............................................... XX ............... Bulk Gasoline Terminals ........................................................................ AAA ............. New Residential Wood Heaters ............................................................. BBB ............. Rubber Tire Manufacturing Industry ...................................................... DDD ............ FFF .............. Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emissions from the Polymer Manufacturing Industry. Flexible Vinyl and Urethane Coating and Printing ................................. GGG ............ Equipment Leaks of VOC in Petroleum Refineries ............................... HHH ............ Synthetic Fiber Production Facilities ...................................................... III ................. Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emissions From the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) AIR Oxidation Unit Processes. Petroleum Dry Cleaners ......................................................................... JJJ ............... KKK ............. LLL .............. NNN ............ Equipment Leaks of VOC from Onshore Natural Gas Processing Plants. Onshore Natural Gas Processing: SO2 Emissions ................................ OOO ............ Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Emissions from Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) Distillation Operations. Nonmetallic Mineral Processing Plants ................................................. PPP ............. Wool Fiberglass Insulation Manufacturing Plants .................................. QQQ ............ VOC Emissions from Petroleum Refinery Wastewater Systems .......... RRR ............ Volatile Organic Compound Emissions from Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry (SOCMI) Reactor Processes. Magnetic Tape Coating Facilities ........................................................... SSS ............. TTT .............. UUU ............ Industrial Surface Coating: Surface Coating of Plastic Parts for Business Machines. Calciners and Dryers in Mineral Industries ............................................ VVV ............. Polymeric Coating of Supporting Substrates Facilities .......................... WWW .......... Municipal Solid Waste Landfills ............................................................. AAAA ........... Small Municipal Waste Combustion Units for Which Construction is Commenced After August 30, 1999 or for Which Modification or Reconstruction is Commenced After June 6, 2001. Commercial 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, 2001. Commercial and Industrial Solid Waste Incineration Units that Commenced Construction On or Before November 30, 1999. Other Solid Waste Incineration Units for Which Construction Commenced After December 9, 2004 or Modification or Reconstruction Commenced On or After June 16, 2006. Other Solid Waste Incineration Units that Commenced Construction On or Before December 9, 2004. Stationary Compression Ignition Internal Combustion Engines ............ CCCC .......... DDDD .......... rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES EEEE ........... FFFF ........... IIII ................ VerDate Aug<31>2005 18:00 Oct 24, 2007 Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00032 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 State of Kansas State of Missouri State of Nebraska 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 12/19/03 12/15/04 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 02/27/06 08/23/06 09/21/06 04/04/07 09/21/06 04/04/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 02/27/06 08/23/06 07/01/03 12/03/04 06/30/03 11/30/05 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 12/16/05 08/23/06 09/21/06 04/04/07 E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 25OCR1 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations 60565 TABLE I.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY (PART 60 NSPS—REGION 7—Continued State of Iowa Subpart Source category KKKK ........... Stationary Combustion Turbines ............................................................ State of Kansas State of Missouri State of Nebraska LincolnLancaster County City of Omaha 09/21/06 04/04/07 TABLE II.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY—PART 61 NESHAP—REGION 7 Subpart Source category State of Iowa A .................. General Provisions ................................. B .................. C .................. Radon Emissions from Underground Uranium Mines. Beryllium ................................................ D .................. Beryllium Rocket Motor Firing ............... E .................. Mercury .................................................. F .................. Vinyl Chloride ......................................... J ................... Equipment Leaks (Fugitive Emission Sources) of Benzene. Benzene Emissions from Coke ByProduct Recovery Plants. 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V .................. W ................. Y .................. BB ................ FF ................ Inorganic Arsenic Emissions from Glass Manufacturing Plants. Inorganic Arsenic Emissions From Primary Copper Smelters. Inorganic Arsenic Emissions From Arsenic Trioxide and Metallic Arsenic Production Facilities. Radon Emissions From Department of Energy Facilities. Radon Emissions From Phosphogypsum Stacks. Radon Emissions From the Disposal of Uranium Mill Tailings. Equipment Leaks (Fugitive Emission Sources). Radon Emissions From Operating Mill Tailings. Benzene Emissions From Benzene Storage Vessels. Benzene Emissions From Benzene Transfer Operations. Benzene Waste Operations ................... 12/11/03 12/15/04 12/11/03 12/15/04 12/11/03 12/15/04 State of Kansas State of Missouri State of Nebraska 06/30/03 11/30/05 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/01 07/10/02 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/92 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 TABLE III.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY—PART 63 NESHAP—REGION 7 State of Iowa Source category A ............. General Provisions .. B ............. rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES Subpart Requirements for Control Technology Determinations for Major Sources in Accordance with Clean Air Act Sections, Section 112(g) and (j). VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:10 Oct 24, 2007 Jkt 214001 State of Kansas 10/25/06 04/04/07 02/16/06 08/23/06 PO 00000 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 Frm 00033 Fmt 4700 State of Missouri 06/30/03 11/30/05 12/31/00 11/20/02 Sfmt 4700 LincolnLancaster County State of Nebraska 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 07/01/00 07/31/01 .......................... .......................... 25OCR1 City of Omaha 07/01/01 04/18/03 04/05/02 04/18/03 (112 (g) only) 60566 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations TABLE III.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY—PART 63 NESHAP—REGION 7—Continued State of Iowa Subpart Source category D ............ Compliance Extensions for Early Reductions of Hazardous Air Pollutants. Organic Hazardous Air Pollutants From the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry. Organic Hazardous Air Pollutants From the Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry for Process Vents, Storage Vessels, Transfer Operations, and Wastewater. Organic Hazardous Air Pollutants for Equipment Leaks. Organic Hazardous Air Pollutants for Certain Processes Subject to the Negotiated Regulation for Equipment Leaks. Polyvinyl Chloride and Copolymers Production. Coke Oven Batteries F ............. G ............ H ............ I .............. J ............. L ............. M ............ N ............ O ............ Q ............ R ............ S ............. rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES T ............. U ............ W ............ National Perchloroethylene Air Emission Standards for Dry Cleaning Facilities. Chromium Emissions From Hard and Decorative Chromium Electroplating and Chromium Anodizing Tanks. Ethylene Oxide Emissions Standards for Sterilization Facilities. Industrial Process Cooling Towers. Gasoline Distribution Facilities (Bulk Gasoline Terminals and Pipeline Breakout Stations). Pulp and Paper Industry. Halogenated Solvent Cleaning. Polymers and Resins Group I. Epoxy Resins Production and NonNylon Polyamides Production. VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:10 Oct 24, 2007 Jkt 214001 State of Kansas State of Missouri LincolnLancaster County State of Nebraska City of Omaha 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 12/31/00 09/30/02 07/01/03 12/14/04 11/21/94 07/31/01 12/29/92 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 02/16/06 08/23/06 10/25/06 04/04/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/19/04 09/25/05 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 10/25/06 04/04/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 10/25/06 04/04/07 10/25/06 04/04/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/98 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 PO 00000 Frm 00034 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 25OCR1 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations 60567 TABLE III.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY—PART 63 NESHAP—REGION 7—Continued State of Iowa Subpart Source category X ............. Secondary Lead Smelting. Marine Tank Vessel Loading Operations. Phosphoric Acid/ Phosphate Fertilizers. Petroleum Refineries Y ............. AA/BB .... CC .......... DD .......... OO ......... Off-Site Waste and Recovery Operations. Magnetic Tape Manufacturing Operations. Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework Facilities. Oil and Natural Gas Production Facilities. Shipbuilding and Ship Repair (Surface Coating). Wood Furniture Manufacturing Operations. Printing and Publishing Industry. Primary Aluminum Reduction Plants. Chemical Recovery Combustion Sources at Kraft, Soda, Sulfite, and Stand-Along Semichemical Pulp Mills. Tanks—Level 1 ....... PP .......... Containers ............... QQ ......... Surface Impoundments. Individual Drain Systems. Closed Vent Systems, Control Devices, Recovery Devices and Routing to a Fuel Gas System or a Process. Equipment Leaks— Control Level 1 Standards. Equipment Leaks— Control Level 2 Standards. Oil-Water Separators and Organic-Water Separators. Storage Vessel (Tanks)—Control Level 2. EE .......... GG ......... HH .......... II ............. JJ ........... KK .......... LL ........... MM ......... RR .......... SS .......... TT ........... UU .......... rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES VV .......... WW ........ VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:16 Oct 24, 2007 Jkt 214001 State of Kansas State of Missouri LincolnLancaster County State of Nebraska City of Omaha 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/81/97 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 10/25/06 04/04/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 10/25/06 04/04/07 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 .......................... .......................... 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 PO 00000 Frm 00035 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 25OCR1 60568 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations TABLE III.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY—PART 63 NESHAP—REGION 7—Continued State of Iowa Subpart Source category XX .......... Ethylene Manufacturing Process Units: Heat Exchange Systems and Waste Operations. Generic Maximum Achievable Control Technology Standards. Steel Pickling—HCL Process Facilities and Hydrochloric Acid Regeneration Plants. Mineral Wool Production. Hazardous Waste Combustors. Pharmaceutical Production. Natural Gas Transmission and Storage Facilities. Flexible Polyurethane Foam Production. Polymers and Resins Group IV. Portland Cement Manufacturing Industry. Pesticide Active Ingredient Production. Wool Fiberglass Manufacturing. Manufacture of Amino/Phenolic Resins. Polyether Polyols Production. Primary Copper Smelting. Secondary Aluminum Production. Primary Lead Smelting. Petroleum Refineries YY .......... CCC ....... DDD ....... EEE ........ GGG ....... HHH ....... III ............ JJJ .......... LLL ......... MMM ...... NNN ....... OOO ....... PPP ........ QQQ ....... RRR ....... TTT ........ UUU ....... VVV ........ XXX ........ AAAA ..... CCCC ..... DDDD ..... rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES EEEE ..... FFFF ...... GGGG .... Publicly Owned Treatment Works. Ferroalloys Production. Municipal Solid Waste Landfills. Manufacturing of Nutritional Yeast. Plywood and Composite Wood Products. Organic Liquids Distribution (Non-Gasoline). Misc. Organic Chemical Manufacturing. Solvent Extraction for Vegetable Oil Production. VerDate Aug<31>2005 19:16 Oct 24, 2007 Jkt 214001 State of Kansas State of Missouri LincolnLancaster County State of Nebraska City of Omaha 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 03/01/06 12/13/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 10/25/06 04/04/07 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 09/03/04 09/25/05 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 09/25/05 .......................... .......................... 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 07/31/01 07/01/00 07/31/01 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 .......................... .......................... 07/01/01 04/18/03 10/25/06 04/04/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 09/25/05 10/25/06 04/04/07 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 02/27/06 12/13/06 09/01/04 09/25/05 .......................... .......................... 07/01/01 04/18/03 PO 00000 Frm 00036 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 25OCR1 07/01/01 04/18/03 07/01/01 04/18/03 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations 60569 TABLE III.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY—PART 63 NESHAP—REGION 7—Continued State of Iowa Subpart Source category HHHH ..... Wet Formed Fiberglass Mat Production. Surface Coating of Automobiles and Light-Duty Trucks. Paper and Other Web Coating. Surface Coating of Metal Cans. Surface Coating of Misc. Metal Parts and Products. Surface Coating of Large Appliances. Printing, Coating and Dyeing of Fabrics and Other Textiles. Surface Coating of Plastic Parts and Products. Surface Coating of Wood Building Products. Surface Coating of Metal Furniture. Surface Coating of Metal Coil. Leather Finishing Operations. Cellulose Products Manufacturing. Boat Manufacturing IIII ........... JJJJ ........ KKKK ..... MMMM ... NNNN ..... OOOO .... PPPP ..... QQQQ .... RRRR ..... SSSS ..... TTTT ...... UUUU ..... VVVV ..... WWWW XXXX ..... YYYY ..... ZZZZ ...... AAAAA ... BBBBB ... CCCCC .. DDDDD .. EEEEE ... FFFFF .... GGGGG rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES HHHHH .. IIIII .......... JJJJJ ...... State of Kansas 19:10 Oct 24, 2007 LincolnLancaster County State of Nebraska 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 09/25/05 10/25/06 04/04/07 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 09/25/05 07/01/03 09/25/05 02/16/06 08/23/06 10/25/06 04/04/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 .......................... 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 09/25/05 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 09/25/05 07/01/03 09/25/05 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 09/25/05 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 09/25/05 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 09/25/05 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 09/25/05 07/01/03 09/25/05 Reinforced Plastic Composites Production. Rubber Tire Manu02/16/06 facturing. 08/23/06 Stationary Combus02/16/06 tion Turbines. 08/23/06 Stationary Recipro.......................... cating Internal Combustion Engines. Lime Manufacturing .......................... Plants. Semiconductor Man02/16/06 ufacturing. 08/23/06 Coke Ovens: Push02/16/06 ing, Quenching, 08/23/06 and Battery Stacks. Industrial, Commer02/16/06 cial and Institu08/23/06 tional Boilers and Process Heaters. Iron and Steel 02/16/06 Foundries. 08/23/06 Integrated Iron and 10/25/06 Steel Manufac04/04/07 turing Facilities. Site Remediation ..... 02/16/06 08/23/06 Misc. Coating Manu10/25/06 facturing. 04/04/07 Mercury Cell Chlor02/16/06 Alkali Plants. 08/23/06 Brick and Structural 02/16/06 Clay Products 08/23/06 Manufacturing. VerDate Aug<31>2005 State of Missouri Jkt 214001 PO 00000 Frm 00037 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 07/01/03 12/14/04 E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 25OCR1 City of Omaha 60570 Federal Register / Vol. 72, No. 206 / Thursday, October 25, 2007 / Rules and Regulations TABLE III.—DELEGATION OF AUTHORITY—PART 63 NESHAP—REGION 7—Continued State of owa Subpart Source category KKKKK ... Clay Ceramics Manufacturing. Asphalt Processing and Asphalt Roofing Manufacturing. Flexible Poly-urethane Foam Fabrication Operation. Hydrochloric Acid Production. Engine Test Cells/ Stands. Friction Materials Manufacturing Facilities. Taconite Iron Ore Processing. Refractory Products Manufacturing. Primary Magnesium Refining. LLLLL ..... MMMMM NNNNN .. PPPPP ... QQQQQ RRRRR .. SSSSS ... TTTTT .... 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 10/25/06 04/04/07 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 06/30/05 08/30/07 BILLING CODE 6560–50–P ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 40 CFR Part 80 [EPA–HQ–OAR–2003–0010 FRL–8487–2] RIN 2060–AK02 Regulation of Fuels and Fuel Additives: Modification of Baselines for Gasoline Produced or Imported for Use in Hawaii, Alaska and U.S. Territories Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). ACTION: Final rule. AGENCY: rwilkins on PROD1PC63 with RULES City of Omaha 07/01/03 12/14/04 07/01/03 12/14/04 Dated: October 16, 2007. Cecilia Tapia, Acting Regional Administrator, Region 7. [FR Doc. E7–21065 Filed 10–24–07; 8:45 am] SUMMARY: This final rule allows refiners and importers who produce or import conventional gasoline for use in Alaska, Jkt 214001 LincolnLancaster ounty State of ebraska 07/01/05 06/15/07 07/01/05 06/15/07 Authority: This notice 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). 18:00 Oct 24, 2007 State of Missouri 02/16/06 08/23/06 02/16/06 08/23/06 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 notice informs the public of delegations to the above-mentioned agencies of the above-referenced Federal regulations. VerDate Aug<31>2005 State of Kansas Hawaii, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands the option to change the way in which they calculate emissions from such gasoline for purposes of establishing their conventional gasoline anti-dumping and toxics performance baselines and determining compliance with their baselines. Specifically, this final rule allows refiners and importers of gasoline sold for use in these areas to petition EPA to modify their baselines to replace the anti-dumping statutory baseline with the single seasonal statutory baseline that is most appropriate to the regional climate, and to use the seasonal component of the Complex Model that is most appropriate to the regional climate to calculate individual baselines and annual average emissions. The rule allows refiners and importers to petition EPA to use the summer statutory baseline and the summer Complex Model for all baseline and compliance calculations for conventional gasoline produced or imported for use in Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, and allows refiners and importers to petition EPA to use the winter statutory baseline and the winter Complex Model for all baseline and compliance calculations for conventional gasoline produced or imported for use in Alaska. EPA is taking this action to address certain inconsistencies in the fuels regulations which may have significant unintended negative impacts on refiners and importers who produce or import gasoline for these areas. PO 00000 Frm 00038 Fmt 4700 Sfmt 4700 07/01/03 12/14/04 This final rule is effective on November 26, 2007. DATES: EPA has established a docket for this action under Docket ID No. EPA-HQ-OAR–2003–0010. All documents in the docket are listed on the http://www.regulations.gov web site. Although listed in the index, some information is not publicly available, e.g., CBI or other information whose disclosure is restricted by statute. Certain other material, such as copyrighted material, is not placed on the Internet and will be publicly available only in hard copy form. Publicly available docket materials are available either electronically through http://www.regulations.gov or in hard copy at the Air and Radiation Docket, EPA/DC, EPA West, Room 3334, 1301 Constitution Ave., NW., Washington, DC. The Public Reading Room is open from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, excluding legal holidays. The telephone number for the Public Reading Room is (202) 566–1744, and the telephone number for the Air and Radiation Docket is (202) 566–1742. ADDRESSES: FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Marilyn Bennett, Transportation and Regional Programs Division, Office of Transportation and Air Quality (6406J), Environmental Protection Agency, 1200 Pennsylvania Avenue, NW., Washington, DC 20460; telephone number: (202) 343–9624; fax number: (202) 343–2803; e-mail address: bennett.marilyn@epa.gov. SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: E:\FR\FM\25OCR1.SGM 25OCR1

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[Federal Register Volume 72, Number 206 (Thursday, October 25, 2007)]
[Rules and Regulations]
[Pages 60561-60570]
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[FR Doc No: E7-21065]


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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

40 CFR Parts 60, 61, and 63

[FRL-8487-5]


Delegation of Authority to the States of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, 
and Nebraska for New Source Performance Standards (NSPS); National 
Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP); and Maximum 
Achievable Control Technology (MACT) Standards

AGENCY: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

ACTION: Notice of delegation of authority.

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SUMMARY: The states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and 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.

DATES: This notice is effective on October 25, 2007. 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, 901 North 5th 
Street, Kansas City, Kansas 66101. 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, 7900 Hickman 
Road, Urbandale, Iowa 50322.
Kansas Department of Health and the Environment, Bureau of Air and 
Radiation, 1000 SW Jackson St., Ste. 310, Topeka, Kansas 66612-1367.
Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Air Pollution Control 
Program, PO Box 176, Jefferson City, MO 65102-0176.
Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality, Air Quality Division, 
1200 ``N'' Street, Suite 400, PO Box 98922, Lincoln, NE 68509.
    Duplicates of required documents must also continue to be submitted 
to the EPA Regional Office at the above address.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT: Heather Hamilton at (913) 551-7039, or 
by e-mail at hamilton.heather@epa.gov.

SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION: The supplementary information is organized 
in the following order:

What does this action do?
What is the authority for delegation?
What does delegation accomplish?
What has been delegated?
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

What does this action do?

    The EPA is providing notice of an update to its delegable authority 
for

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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 72 FR 
1937 (January 17, 2007). The 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 notice does 
not affect or alter the status of the listed standards under state or 
Federal law.

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 the 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.

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.

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 notice specifically addresses revisions to the columns for Iowa, 
Kansas, Missouri, and Nebraska.

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), the 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 an EPA memorandum 
titled ``Delegation of 40 CFR Part 63 General Provisions Authorities to 
State and Local Air Pollution Control Agencies'' from John Seitz, 
Director, Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards, dated July 10, 
1998.

List of Delegation Tables

                            Table I.--Delegation of Authority (Part 60 NSPS--Region 7
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                                                                State of     State of     State of     State of
            Subpart                    Source category            Iowa        Kansas      Missouri     Nebraska
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A.............................  General Provisions..........     09/21/06     07/01/05     06/30/03     07/01/03
                                                                 04/04/07     06/15/07     11/30/05     12/14/04
B.............................  Adoption and Submittal of        09/21/06
                                 State Plans for Designated      04/04/07
                                 Facilities.
D.............................  Fossil-Fuel Fired Steam          02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Generators for Which            08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Construction is Commenced
                                 After August 17, 1971.
Da............................  Electric Utility Steam           09/21/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Generating Units for Which      04/04/07     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Construction is Commenced
                                 After September 18, 1978.
Db............................  Industrial-Commercial-           02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     02/27/06
                                 Institutional Steam             08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/13/06
                                 Generating Units.
Dc............................  Small Industrial-Commercial-     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     02/27/06
                                 Institutional Steam             08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/13/06
                                 Generating Units.
E.............................  Incinerators................     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
Ea............................  Municipal Waste Combustors       02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 for Which Construction is       08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Commenced After December
                                 20, 1989, and on or before
                                 September 20 1994.
Eb............................  Large Municipal Waste            09/21/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Combustors for Which            04/04/07     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Construction is Commenced
                                 after September 20, 1994,
                                 or for Which Modification
                                 or Reconstruction is
                                 Commenced After June 19,
                                 1996.
Ec............................  Hospital/Medical/Infectious      02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Waste Incinerators for          08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Which Construction
                                 Commenced after June 20,
                                 1996.
F.............................  Portland Cement Plants......     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
G.............................  Nitric Acid Plants..........     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
H.............................  Sulfuric Acid Plants........     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
I.............................  Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities..     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
J.............................  Petroleum Refineries........     09/21/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 04/04/07     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04

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K.............................  Storage Vessels for              02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Petroleum Liquids for Which     08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Construction,
                                 Reconstruction, or
                                 Modification Commenced
                                 After June 11, 1973, and
                                 Prior to May 19, 1978.
Ka............................  Storage Vessels for              02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Petroleum Liquids for Which     08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Construction,
                                 Reconstruction, or
                                 Modification Commenced
                                 After May 18, 1978, and
                                 Prior to July 23, 1984.
Kb............................  Volatile Organic Liquid          02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     10/15/03
                                 Storage Vessels (including      08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Petroleum Liquid Storage
                                 Vessels) for Which
                                 Construction,
                                 Reconstruction, or
                                 Modification Commenced
                                 After July 23, 1984.
L.............................  Secondary Lead Smelters.....     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
M.............................  Secondary Brass and Bronze       02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Production Plants.              08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
N.............................  Basic Oxygen Process             02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Furnaces for Which              08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Construction is Commenced
                                 After June 11, 1973.
Na............................  Basic Oxygen Process             02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Steelmaking Facilities for      08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Which Construction is
                                 Commenced After January 20,
                                 1983.
O.............................  Sewage Treatment Plants.....     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
P.............................  Primary Copper Smelters.....     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
Q.............................  Primary Zinc Smelters.......     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
R.............................  Primary Lead Smelters.......     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
S.............................  Primary Aluminum Reduction       02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Plants.                         08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
T.............................  Phosphate Fertilizer             02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Industry: Wet Process           08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Phosphoric Acid Plants.
U.............................  Phosphate Fertilizer             02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Industry: Superphosphoric       08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Acid Plants.
V.............................  Phosphate Fertilizer             02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Industry: Diammonium            08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Phosphate Plants.
W.............................  Phosphate Fertilizer             02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Industry: Triple                08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Superphosphate Plants.
X.............................  Phosphate Fertilizer             02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Industry: Granular Triple       08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Superphosphate Storage
                                 Facilities.
Y.............................  Coal Preparation Plants.....     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
Z.............................  Ferroalloy Production            02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Facilities.                     08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
AA............................  Steel Plants: Electric Arc       02/22/05     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Furnaces Constructed After      08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 October 21, 1974, and on or
                                 Before August 17, 1983.
AAa...........................  Steel Plants: Electric Arc       02/22/05     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Furnaces and Argon-Oxygen       08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Decarburization Vessels
                                 Constructed After August
                                 17, 1983.
BB............................  Kraft Pulp Mills............     09/21/06     07/01/05     06/30/05  ...........
                                                                 04/04/07     06/15/07     08/30/07  ...........
CC............................  Glass Manufacturing Plants..     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
DD............................  Grain Elevators.............     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
EE............................  Surface Coating of Metal         02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Furniture.                      08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
GG............................  Stationary Gas Turbines.....     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/08/04
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     05/07/05
HH............................  Lime Manufacturing Plants...     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
KK............................  Lead-Acid Battery                02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Manufacturing Plants.           08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
LL............................  Metallic Mineral Processing      02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Plants.                         08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
MM............................  Automobile and Light Duty        02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Truck Surface Coating           08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Operations.
NN............................  Phosphate Rock Plants.......     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
PP............................  Ammonium Sulfate Manufacture     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
QQ............................  Graphic Arts Industry:           02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Publication Rotogravure         08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Printing.
RR............................  Pressure Sensitive Tape and      02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Label Surface Coating           08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Operations.

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SS............................  Industrial Surface Coating:      02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Large Appliances.               08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
TT............................  Metal Coil Surface Coating..     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
UU............................  Asphalt Processing and           02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Asphalt Roofing Manufacture.    08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
VV............................  Equipment Leaks of VOC in        02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 the Synthetic Organic           08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Chemicals Manufacturing
                                 Industry.
WW............................  Beverage Can Surface Coating     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Industry.                       08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
XX............................  Bulk Gasoline Terminals.....     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
AAA...........................  New Residential Wood Heaters     12/19/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
BBB...........................  Rubber Tire Manufacturing        02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Industry.                       08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
DDD...........................  Volatile Organic Compound        02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 (VOC) Emissions from the        08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Polymer Manufacturing
                                 Industry.
FFF...........................  Flexible Vinyl and Urethane      02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Coating and Printing.           08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
GGG...........................  Equipment Leaks of VOC in        02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Petroleum Refineries.           08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
HHH...........................  Synthetic Fiber Production       02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Facilities.                     08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
III...........................  Volatile Organic Compound        02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 (VOC) Emissions From the        08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Synthetic Organic Chemical
                                 Manufacturing Industry
                                 (SOCMI) AIR Oxidation Unit
                                 Processes.
JJJ...........................  Petroleum Dry Cleaners......     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                                                 08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
KKK...........................  Equipment Leaks of VOC from      02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Onshore Natural Gas             08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Processing Plants.
LLL...........................  Onshore Natural Gas              02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Processing: SO2 Emissions.      08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
NNN...........................  Volatile Organic Compound        02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 (VOC) Emissions from            08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Synthetic Organic Chemical
                                 Manufacturing Industry
                                 (SOCMI) Distillation
                                 Operations.
OOO...........................  Nonmetallic Mineral              02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Processing Plants.              08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
PPP...........................  Wool Fiberglass Insulation       02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Manufacturing Plants.           08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
QQQ...........................  VOC Emissions from Petroleum     02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Refinery Wastewater Systems.    08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
RRR...........................  Volatile Organic Compound        02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Emissions from Synthetic        08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Organic Chemical
                                 Manufacturing Industry
                                 (SOCMI) Reactor Processes.
SSS...........................  Magnetic Tape Coating            02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Facilities.                     08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
TTT...........................  Industrial Surface Coating:      02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Surface Coating of Plastic      08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Parts for Business Machines.
UUU...........................  Calciners and Dryers in          02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Mineral Industries.             08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
VVV...........................  Polymeric Coating of             02/27/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Supporting Substrates           08/23/06     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Facilities.
WWW...........................  Municipal Solid Waste            09/21/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Landfills.                      04/04/07     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
AAAA..........................  Small Municipal Waste            09/21/06     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/03
                                 Combustion Units for Which      04/04/07     06/15/07     08/30/07     12/14/04
                                 Construction is Commenced
                                 After August 30, 1999 or
                                 for Which Modification or
                                 Reconstruction is Commenced
                                 After June 6, 2001.
CCCC..........................  Commercial and Industrial        02/27/06     07/01/03     06/30/03     07/01/03
                                 Solid Waste Incineration        08/23/06     12/03/04     11/30/05     12/14/04
                                 Units for Which
                                 Construction is Commenced
                                 After November 30, 1999 or
                                 for Which Modification or
                                 Reconstruction is Commenced
                                 on or After June 1, 2001.
DDDD..........................  Commercial and Industrial     ...........  ...........     07/01/03     07/01/03
                                 Solid Waste Incineration     ...........  ...........     12/14/04     12/14/04
                                 Units that Commenced
                                 Construction On or Before
                                 November 30, 1999.
EEEE..........................  Other Solid Waste                12/16/05  ...........  ...........  ...........
                                 Incineration Units for          08/23/06  ...........  ...........  ...........
                                 Which Construction
                                 Commenced After December 9,
                                 2004 or Modification or
                                 Reconstruction Commenced On
                                 or After June 16, 2006.
FFFF..........................  Other Solid Waste             ...........  ...........  ...........  ...........
                                 Incineration Units that      ...........  ...........  ...........  ...........
                                 Commenced Construction On
                                 or Before December 9, 2004.
IIII..........................  Stationary Compression           09/21/06  ...........  ...........  ...........
                                 Ignition Internal               04/04/07  ...........  ...........  ...........
                                 Combustion Engines.

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KKKK..........................  Stationary Combustion            09/21/06  ...........  ...........  ...........
                                 Turbines.                       04/04/07  ...........  ...........  ...........
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                                                                                          Lincoln-
     Subpart       Source category    State of     State of     State of     State of    Lancaster     City of
                                        Iowa        Kansas      Missouri     Nebraska      County       Omaha
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A................  General             12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/03     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    Provisions.        12/15/04     06/15/07     11/30/05     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
B................  Radon Emissions  ...........     07/01/05
                    from            ...........     06/15/07
                    Underground
                    Uranium Mines.
C................  Beryllium......     12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                                       12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
D................  Beryllium           12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    Rocket Motor       12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
                    Firing.
E................  Mercury........     12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                                       12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
F................  Vinyl Chloride.     12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                                       12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
J................  Equipment Leaks     12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    (Fugitive          12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
                    Emission
                    Sources) of
                    Benzene.
L................  Benzene             12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    Emissions from     12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
                    Coke By-
                    Product
                    Recovery
                    Plants.
M................  Asbestos.......     12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                                       12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
N................  Inorganic           12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    Arsenic            12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
                    Emissions from
                    Glass
                    Manufacturing
                    Plants.
O................  Inorganic           12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    Arsenic            12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
                    Emissions From
                    Primary Copper
                    Smelters.
P................  Inorganic           12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    Arsenic            12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
                    Emissions From
                    Arsenic
                    Trioxide and
                    Metallic
                    Arsenic
                    Production
                    Facilities.
Q................  Radon Emissions  ...........     07/01/05
                    From            ...........     06/15/07
                    Department of
                    Energy
                    Facilities.
R................  Radon Emissions  ...........     07/01/05
                    From            ...........     06/15/07
                    Phosphogypsum
                    Stacks.
T................  Radon Emissions  ...........     07/01/05
                    From the        ...........     06/15/07
                    Disposal of
                    Uranium Mill
                    Tailings.
V................  Equipment Leaks     12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    (Fugitive          12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
                    Emission
                    Sources).
W................  Radon Emissions  ...........     07/01/05
                    From Operating                  06/15/07
                    Mill Tailings.
Y................  Benzene             12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    Emissions From     12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
                    Benzene
                    Storage
                    Vessels.
BB...............  Benzene             12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    Emissions From     12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
                    Benzene
                    Transfer
                    Operations.
FF...............  Benzene Waste       12/11/03     07/01/05     06/30/05     07/01/01     07/01/92     07/01/01
                    Operations.        12/15/04     06/15/07     08/30/07     07/10/02     07/31/01     04/18/03
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                                              Table III.--Delegation of Authority--Part 63 NESHAP--Region 7
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                                                                                                                            Lincoln-
        Subpart               Source category        State of Iowa       State of         State of         State of        Lancaster      City of  Omaha
                                                                          Kansas          Missouri         Nebraska          County
--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
A......................  General Provisions.......         10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/03         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           04/04/07         06/15/07         11/30/05         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
B......................  Requirements for Control          02/16/06         07/01/05         12/31/00         07/01/03  ...............         04/05/02
                          Technology                       08/23/06         06/15/07         11/20/02         12/14/04  ...............         04/18/03
                          Determinations for Major                                                                                        (112 (g) only)
                          Sources in Accordance
                          with Clean Air Act
                          Sections, Section 112(g)
                          and (j).

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D......................  Compliance Extensions for         02/16/06         07/01/05         12/31/00         07/01/03         11/21/94         12/29/92
                          Early Reductions of              08/23/06         06/15/07         09/30/02         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Hazardous Air Pollutants.
F......................  Organic Hazardous Air             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Pollutants From the              08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Synthetic Organic
                          Chemical Manufacturing
                          Industry.
G......................  Organic Hazardous Air             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Pollutants From the              08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Synthetic Organic
                          Chemical Manufacturing
                          Industry for Process
                          Vents, Storage Vessels,
                          Transfer Operations, and
                          Wastewater.
H......................  Organic Hazardous Air             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Pollutants for Equipment         08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Leaks.
I......................  Organic Hazardous Air             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Pollutants for Certain           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Processes Subject to the
                          Negotiated Regulation
                          for Equipment Leaks.
J......................  Polyvinyl Chloride and            02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05
                          Copolymers Production.           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07
L......................  Coke Oven Batteries......         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07
M......................  National                          10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Perchloroethylene Air            04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Emission Standards for
                          Dry Cleaning Facilities.
N......................  Chromium Emissions From           02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/19/04         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Hard and Decorative              08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Chromium Electroplating
                          and Chromium Anodizing
                          Tanks.
O......................  Ethylene Oxide Emissions          10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Standards for                    04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Sterilization Facilities.
Q......................  Industrial Process                10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Cooling Towers.                  04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
R......................  Gasoline Distribution             10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/98
                          Facilities (Bulk                 04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Gasoline Terminals and
                          Pipeline Breakout
                          Stations).
S......................  Pulp and Paper Industry..         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
T......................  Halogenated Solvent               02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Cleaning.                        08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
U......................  Polymers and Resins Group         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          I.                               08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
W......................  Epoxy Resins Production           02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          and Non-Nylon Polyamides         08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Production.

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X......................  Secondary Lead Smelting..         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
Y......................  Marine Tank Vessel                02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05
                          Loading Operations.              08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07
AA/BB..................  Phosphoric Acid/Phosphate         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Fertilizers.                     08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
CC.....................  Petroleum Refineries.....         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/81/97         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
DD.....................  Off-Site Waste and                02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Recovery Operations.             08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
EE.....................  Magnetic Tape                     10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Manufacturing Operations.        04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
GG.....................  Aerospace Manufacturing           02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          and Rework Facilities.           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
HH.....................  Oil and Natural Gas               02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Production Facilities.           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
II.....................  Shipbuilding and Ship             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05
                          Repair (Surface Coating).        08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07
JJ.....................  Wood Furniture                    02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Manufacturing Operations.        08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
KK.....................  Printing and Publishing           10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Industry.                        04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
LL.....................  Primary Aluminum                  02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Reduction Plants.                08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
MM.....................  Chemical Recovery                 02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03  ...............         07/01/01
                          Combustion Sources at            08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04  ...............         04/18/03
                          Kraft, Soda, Sulfite,
                          and Stand-Along
                          Semichemical Pulp Mills.
OO.....................  Tanks--Level 1...........         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
PP.....................  Containers...............         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
QQ.....................  Surface Impoundments.....         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
RR.....................  Individual Drain Systems.         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
SS.....................  Closed Vent Systems,              02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Control Devices,                 08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Recovery Devices and
                          Routing to a Fuel Gas
                          System or a Process.
TT.....................  Equipment Leaks--Control          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Level 1 Standards.               08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
UU.....................  Equipment Leaks--Control          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Level 2 Standards.               08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
VV.....................  Oil-Water Separators and          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Organic-Water Separators.        08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
WW.....................  Storage Vessel (Tanks)--          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Control Level 2.                 08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03

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XX.....................  Ethylene Manufacturing            02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         03/01/06
                          Process Units: Heat              08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/13/06
                          Exchange Systems and
                          Waste Operations.
YY.....................  Generic Maximum                   02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Achievable Control               08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Technology Standards.
CCC....................  Steel Pickling--HCL               02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Process Facilities and           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
                          Hydrochloric Acid
                          Regeneration Plants.
DDD....................  Mineral Wool Production..         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
EEE....................  Hazardous Waste                   10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00
                          Combustors.                      04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01
GGG....................  Pharmaceutical Production         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
HHH....................  Natural Gas Transmission          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          and Storage Facilities.          08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
III....................  Flexible Polyurethane             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Foam Production.                 08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
JJJ....................  Polymers and Resins Group         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          IV.                              08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
LLL....................  Portland Cement                   02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Manufacturing Industry.          08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
MMM....................  Pesticide Active                  02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Ingredient Production.           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
NNN....................  Wool Fiberglass                   02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Manufacturing.                   08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
OOO....................  Manufacture of Amino/             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Phenolic Resins.                 08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
PPP....................  Polyether Polyols                 02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                          Production.                      08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
QQQ....................  Primary Copper Smelting..         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07
RRR....................  Secondary Aluminum                02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         09/03/04  ...............         07/01/01
                          Production.                      08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05  ...............         04/18/03
TTT....................  Primary Lead Smelting....         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
UUU....................  Petroleum Refineries.....         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
VVV....................  Publicly Owned Treatment          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/01         07/01/01
                          Works.                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
XXX....................  Ferroalloys Production...         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03         07/01/00         07/01/01
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04         07/31/01         04/18/03
AAAA...................  Municipal Solid Waste             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Landfills.                       08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
CCCC...................  Manufacturing of                  02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03  ...............         07/01/01
                          Nutritional Yeast.               08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04  ...............         04/18/03
DDDD...................  Plywood and Composite             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Wood Products.                   08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
EEEE...................  Organic Liquids                   10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Distribution (Non-               04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
                          Gasoline).
FFFF...................  Misc. Organic Chemical            10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         02/27/06
                          Manufacturing.                   04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/13/06
GGGG...................  Solvent Extraction for            02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         09/01/04  ...............         07/01/01
                          Vegetable Oil Production.        08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05  ...............         04/18/03

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HHHH...................  Wet Formed Fiberglass Mat         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Production.                      08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
IIII...................  Surface Coating of                02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Automobiles and Light-           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
                          Duty Trucks.
JJJJ...................  Paper and Other Web               10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Coating.                         04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
KKKK...................  Surface Coating of Metal          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Cans.                            08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
MMMM...................  Surface Coating of Misc.          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Metal Parts and Products.        08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
NNNN...................  Surface Coating of Large          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Appliances.                      08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
OOOO...................  Printing, Coating and             10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Dyeing of Fabrics and            04/04/07         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
                          Other Textiles.
PPPP...................  Surface Coating of         ...............         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Plastic Parts and                                 06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
                          Products.
QQQQ...................  Surface Coating of Wood           02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Building Products.               08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
RRRR...................  Surface Coating of Metal          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Furniture.                       08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
SSSS...................  Surface Coating of Metal          02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Coil.                            08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
TTTT...................  Leather Finishing                 02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Operations.                      08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
UUUU...................  Cellulose Products                02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Manufacturing.                   08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
VVVV...................  Boat Manufacturing.......         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
WWWW...................  Reinforced Plastic                02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Composites Production.           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
XXXX...................  Rubber Tire Manufacturing         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         12/14/04
YYYY...................  Stationary Combustion             02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Turbines.                        08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
ZZZZ...................  Stationary Reciprocating   ...............         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          Internal Combustion                               06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
                          Engines.
AAAAA..................  Lime Manufacturing Plants  ...............         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                                                                            06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
BBBBB..................  Semiconductor                     02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05
                          Manufacturing.                   08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07
CCCCC..................  Coke Ovens: Pushing,              02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05
                          Quenching, and Battery           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07
                          Stacks.
DDDDD..................  Industrial, Commercial            02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                          and Institutional                08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
                          Boilers and Process
                          Heaters.
EEEEE..................  Iron and Steel Foundries.         02/16/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03
                                                           08/23/06         06/15/07         08/30/07         09/25/05
FFFFF..................  Integrated Iron and Steel         10/25/06         07/01/05         06/30/05         07/01/03