[Federal Register Volume 83, Number 106 (Friday, June 1, 2018)]
[Rules and Regulations]
[Pages 25382-25390]
From the Federal Register Online via the Government Publishing Office [www.gpo.gov]
[FR Doc No: 2018-11757]


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ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY

40 CFR Parts 60, 61, and 63

[EPA-R07-OAR-2018-0021; FRL-9978-80--Region 7]


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

AGENCY: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

ACTION: Delegation of authority.

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

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

ADDRESSES: Copies of documents relative to this action are available 
for public inspection during normal business hours at the Environmental 
Protection Agency, Air Planning and Development Branch, 11201 Renner 
Road, Lenexa, Kansas 66219. The interested persons wanting to examine 
these documents should make an appointment with the office at least 24 
hours in advance.
    Effective immediately, all notifications, applications, reports, 
and other correspondence required pursuant to the newly delegated 
standards and revisions identified in this document must be submitted 
with respect to sources located in the jurisdictions identified in this 
document, to the following addresses:
    Iowa Department of Natural Resources, Air Quality Bureau, Wallace 
State Office Building, 502 E 9th Street, Des Moines, Iowa 50319.
    Kansas Department of Health and the Environment, Bureau of Air, 
1000 SW Jackson Street, Suite 310, Topeka, Kansas 66612-1367.
    Missouri Department of Natural Resources, Air Pollution Control 
Program, PO Box 176, Jefferson City, Missouri 65102-0176.
    Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality, Air Quality Division, 
1200 ``N'' Street, Suite 400, P.O. Box 98922, Lincoln, Nebraska 68509.
    Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department, Division of 
Environmental Public Health, Air Quality Section, 3140 ``N'' Street, 
Lincoln, Nebraska 68510
    City of Omaha, Public Works Department, Air Quality Control 
Division, 5600 South 10th Street, Omaha, Nebraska 68107.
    Duplicates of required documents must also continue to be submitted 
to the EPA Regional Office at the above address.

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

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

I. What does this action do?
II. What is the authority for delegation?
III. What does delegation accomplish?
IV. What has been delegated?
V. What has not been delegated?

List of Delegation Tables

Table I--NSPS, 40 CFR part 60
Table II--NESHAP, 40 CFR part 61
Table III--NESHAP, 40 CFR part 63

I. What does this action do?

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

Iowa https://go.usa.gov/xQ8yQ
Kansas https://go.usa.gov/xQ8yE
Missouri https://go.usa.gov/xQ8ym
Nebraska https://go.usa.gov/xQ8yy

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II. What is the authority for delegation?

    1. Section 111(c)(1) of the Clean Air Act (CAA) authorizes EPA to 
delegate authority to any state agency which submits adequate 
regulatory procedures for implementation and enforcement of the NSPS 
program. The NSPS are codified at 40 CFR part 60.
    2. Section 112(l) of the CAA and 40 CFR part 63, subpart E, 
authorizes EPA to delegate authority to any state or local agency which 
submits adequate regulatory procedures for implementation and 
enforcement of emission standards for hazardous air pollutants. The 
hazardous air pollutant standards are codified at 40 CFR parts 61 and 
63, respectively.

III. What does delegation accomplish?

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

IV. What has been delegated?

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

V. What has not been delegated?

    1. The EPA regulations effective after the first date specified in 
each block have not been delegated, and authority for implementation of 
these regulations is retained solely by EPA.
    2. In some cases, the standards themselves specify that specific 
provisions cannot be delegated. In such cases, a specific section of 
the standard details what authorities can and cannot be delegated. You 
should review the applicable standard in the CFR for this information.
    3. In some cases, the state rules do not adopt the Federal standard 
in its entirety. Each state rule (available from the respective agency) 
should be consulted for specific information.
    4. In some cases, existing delegation agreements between the EPA 
and the agencies limit the scope of the delegated standards. Copies of 
delegation agreements are available from the state agencies, or from 
this office.
    5. With respect to 40 CFR part 63, subpart A, General Provisions 
(see Table III), EPA has determined that sections 63.6(g), 63.6(h)(9), 
63.7(e)(2)(ii) and (f), 63.8(f), and 63.10(f) cannot be delegated. 
Additional information is contained in 40 CFR 63.91(g)(2).

List of Delegation Tables

                            Table I--Delegation of Authority--Part 60 NSPS--Region 7
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                                                       State of   State of                              State of
        Subpart                Source category           Iowa      Kansas       State of Missouri       Nebraska
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A......................  General Provisions.........    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12; 12/30/13; Except     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14   60.4; 60.9; and 60.10.      5/13/14
D......................  Fossil-Fuel Fired Steam        1/20/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Generators for Which         10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Construction is Commenced
                          After August 17, 1971.
Da.....................  Electric Utility Steam         1/20/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Generating Units for Which   10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Construction is Commenced
                          After September 18, 1978.
Db.....................  Industrial-Commercial-         1/20/11   07/01/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Institutional Steam          10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Generating Units.
Dc.....................  Small Industrial-Commercial-   1/20/11    07/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Institutional Steam          10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Generating Units.
E......................  Incinerators...............    9/11/15    07/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                        4/22/17   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
Ea.....................  Municipal Waste Combustors     6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          for Which Construction is    10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Commenced After December
                          20, 1989, and on or before
                          September 20, 1994.
Eb.....................  Large Municipal Waste          6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Combustors for Which         10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Construction is Commenced
                          after September 20, 1994,
                          or for Which Modification
                          or Reconstruction is
                          Commenced After June 19,
                          1996.
Ec.....................  Hospital/Medical/Infectious  .........     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Waste Incinerators for                  11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Which Construction
                          Commenced after June 20,
                          1996.
F......................  Portland Cement Plants.....    9/11/15     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                        7/25/16   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
G......................  Nitric Acid Plants.........    9/11/15     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                        3/22/17   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
Ga.....................  Nitric Acid Plants for         8/14/12  .........  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Which Construction,           3/22/17             12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Reconstruction, or
                          Modification Commenced
                          After October 14, 2011.
H......................  Sulfuric Acid Plants.......    9/11/15     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                                  11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
I......................  Hot Mix Asphalt Facilities.    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
J......................  Petroleum Refineries.......  .........     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                                  11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
Ja.....................  Standards of Performance     .........  .........  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          for Petroleum Refineries                          12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          for Which Construction,
                          Reconstruction, or
                          Modification Commenced
                          After May 14, 2007.
K......................  Storage Vessels for            6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Petroleum Liquids for        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Which Construction,
                          Reconstruction, or
                          Modification Commenced
                          After June 11, 1973, and
                          Prior to May 19, 1978.
Ka.....................  Storage Vessels for            6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Petroleum Liquids for        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Which Construction,
                          Reconstruction, or
                          Modification Commenced
                          After May 18, 1978, and
                          Prior to July 23, 1984.
Kb.....................  Volatile Organic Liquid        6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Storage Vessels (including   10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Petroleum Liquid Storage
                          Vessels) for Which
                          Construction,
                          Reconstruction, or
                          Modification Commenced
                          After July 23, 1984.

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L......................  Secondary Lead Smelters....  .........     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                                  11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
M......................  Secondary Brass and Bronze     6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Production Plants.           10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
N......................  Basic Oxygen Process           6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Furnaces for Which           10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................   05/13/14
                          Construction is Commenced
                          After June 11, 1973.
Na.....................  Basic Oxygen Process           6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Steelmaking Facilities for   10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Which Construction is
                          Commenced After January
                          20, 1983.
O......................  Sewage Treatment Plants....    6/28/11    7/01/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
P......................  Primary Copper Smelters....  .........     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                                  11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
Q......................  Primary Zinc Smelters......  .........     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                                  11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
R......................  Primary Lead Smelters......  .........    7/01/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                                  11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
S......................  Primary Aluminum Reduction   .........     7/1/10  6/30/12..................    7/01/13
                          Plants.                                 11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
T......................  Phosphate Fertilizer           6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Industry: Wet Process        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Phosphoric Acid Plants.
U......................  Phosphate Fertilizer           6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Industry: Superphosphoric    10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Acid Plants.
V......................  Phosphate Fertilizer           6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Industry: Diammonium         10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Phosphate Plants.
W......................  Phosphate Fertilizer           6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Industry: Triple             10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Superphosphate Plants.
X......................  Phosphate Fertilizer           6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................    7/01/13
                          Industry: Granular Triple    10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Superphosphate Storage
                          Facilities.
Y......................  Coal Preparation Plants....    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
Z......................  Ferroalloy Production          6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Facilities.                  10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
AA.....................  Steel Plants: Electric Arc     6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Furnaces Constructed After   10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          October 21, 1974, and on
                          or Before August 17, 1983.
AAa....................  Steel Plants: Electric Arc     6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Furnaces and Argon-Oxygen    10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Decarburization Vessels
                          Constructed After August
                          17, 1983.
BB.....................  Kraft Pulp Mills...........    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................   05/13/14
BBa....................  Kraft Pulp Mill Affected     .........  .........  .........................  .........
                          Sources for Which
                          Construction,
                          Reconstruction, or
                          Modification Commenced
                          After May 23, 2013.
CC.....................  Glass Manufacturing Plants.    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
DD.....................  Grain Elevators............    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
EE.....................  Surface Coating of Metal       6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Furniture.                   10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
GG.....................  Stationary Gas Turbines....    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
HH.....................  Lime Manufacturing Plants..    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
KK.....................  Lead-Acid Battery              6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Manufacturing Plants.        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
LL.....................  Metallic Mineral Processing    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Plants.                      10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
MM.....................  Automobile and Light Duty      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Truck Surface Coating        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Operations.
NN.....................  Phosphate Rock Plants......    6/28/11    7/01/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
PP.....................  Ammonium Sulfate               6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Manufacture.                 10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
QQ.....................  Graphic Arts Industry:         6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Publication Rotogravure      10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Printing.
RR.....................  Pressure Sensitive Tape and    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Label Surface Coating        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Operations.
SS.....................  Industrial Surface Coating:    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Large Appliances.            10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
TT.....................  Metal Coil Surface Coating.    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
UU.....................  Asphalt Processing and         6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Asphalt Roofing              10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Manufacture.
VV.....................  Equipment Leaks of VOC in      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          the Synthetic Organic        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Chemicals Manufacturing
                          Industry.
V Va...................  Equipment Leaks of VOC in      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          the Synthetic Organic        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Chemicals Manufacturing
                          Industry for Which
                          Construction,
                          Reconstruction, or
                          Modification Commenced
                          After November 7, 2006.
WW.....................  Beverage Can Surface           6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Coating Industry.            10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
XX.....................  Bulk Gasoline Terminals....    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14

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AAA....................  New Residential Wood         .........     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Heaters.                                11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
BBB....................  Rubber Tire Manufacturing      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Industry.                    10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
DDD....................  Volatile Organic Compound      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          (VOC) Emissions from the     10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Polymer Manufacturing
                          Industry.
FFF....................  Flexible Vinyl and Urethane    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Coating and Printing.        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
GGG....................  Equipment Leaks of VOC in      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Petroleum Refineries.        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
GGGa...................  Equipment Leaks of VOC in    .........  .........  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Petroleum Refineries for                          12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Which Construction,
                          Reconstruction, or
                          Modification Commenced
                          After November 7, 2006.
HHH....................  Synthetic Fiber Production     6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Facilities.                  10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
III....................  Volatile Organic Compound      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          (VOC) Emissions From the     10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Synthetic Organic Chemical
                          Manufacturing Industry
                          (SOCMI) AIR Oxidation Unit
                          Processes.
JJJ....................  Petroleum Dry Cleaners.....    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                                                       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
KKK....................  Equipment Leaks of VOC from    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Onshore Natural Gas          10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Processing Plants.
LLL....................  Onshore Natural Gas            6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Processing: SO2 Emissions.   10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
NNN....................  Volatile Organic Compound      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          (VOC) Emissions from         10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Synthetic Organic Chemical
                          Manufacturing Industry
                          (SOCMI) Distillation
                          Operations.
OOO....................  Nonmetallic Mineral            6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Processing Plants.           10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
PPP....................  Wool Fiberglass Insulation     6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Manufacturing Plants.        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
QQQ....................  VOC Emissions from             6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Petroleum Refinery           10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Wastewater Systems.
RRR....................  Volatile Organic Compound      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Emissions from Synthetic     10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Organic Chemical
                          Manufacturing Industry
                          (SOCMI) Reactor Processes.
SSS....................  Magnetic Tape Coating          6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Facilities.                  10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
TTT....................  Industrial Surface Coating:    6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Surface Coating of Plastic   10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Parts for Business
                          Machines.
UUU....................  Calciners and Dryers in        6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Mineral Industries.          10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
VVV....................  Polymeric Coating of           6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Supporting Substrates        10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Facilities.
WWW....................  Municipal Solid Waste          6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Landfills.                   10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
AAAA...................  Small Municipal Waste          6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Combustion Units for Which   10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Construction is Commenced
                          After August 30, 1999 or
                          for Which Modification or
                          Reconstruction is
                          Commenced After June 6,
                          2001.
CCCC...................  Commercial and Industrial    .........  .........  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Solid Waste Incineration                          12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          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    .........     7/1/10  .........................     7/1/13
                          Solid Waste Incineration                11/14/14                               5/13/14
                          Units that Commenced
                          Construction On or Before
                          November 30, 1999.
EEEE...................  Other Solid Waste              6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Incineration Units for       10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Which Construction
                          Commenced After December
                          9, 2004 or Modification or
                          Reconstruction Commenced
                          On or After June 16, 2006.
FFFF...................  Other Solid Waste            .........     7/1/10  .........................     7/1/13
                          Incineration Units that                 11/14/14                               5/13/14
                          Commenced Construction On
                          or Before December 9, 2004.
IIII...................  Stationary Compression         6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Ignition Internal            10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Combustion Engines.
JJJJ...................  Stationary Spark Ignition      6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Internal Combustion          10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          Engines.
KKKK...................  Stationary Combustion          6/28/11     7/1/10  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Turbines.                    10/24/12   11/14/14  12/30/13.................    5/13/14
LLLL...................  New Sewage Sludge            .........  .........  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Incinerator Units.                                12/30/13.................    5/13/14
OOOO...................  Crude Oil and Natural Gas    .........  .........  6/30/12..................     7/1/13
                          Production, Transmission                          12/30/13.................    5/13/14
                          and Distribution.
OOOOa..................  Crude Oil and Natural Gas    .........  .........  .........................  .........
                          Production, Transmission
                          and Distribution for which
                          Construction,
                          Reconstruction, or
                          Modification Commenced
                          After September 18, 2015.
QQQQ...................  New Residential Hydronic     .........  .........  .........................  .........
                          Heaters and Forced Air
                          Furnaces.
TTTT...................  Greenhouse Gas Emissions     .........  .........  .........................  .........
                          for Electric Generating
                          Units.
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                                                                                                                                                Lincoln[dash]Lancaster
      Subpart          Source category         State of Iowa            State of Kansas         State of Missouri        State of Nebraska              County                 City of Omaha
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A.................  General Provisions..  9/19/11................  701/10; 12/28/12; Except  6/30/12; 12/30/13;       7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                                          10/24/12...............   61.04; 61.16; and 61.17.  Except 61.04; 61.16;    7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
                                                                                              and 61.17.
B.................  Radon Emissions from  Not delegable..........  Not delegable...........  Not delegable..........  Not delegable.........  Not delegable.............  Not delegable.
                     Underground Uranium
                     Mines.
C.................  Beryllium...........  .......................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                                                                   12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
D.................  Beryllium Rocket      .......................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                     Motor Firing.                                 12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
E.................  Mercury.............  9/19/11................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                                          10/24/12...............  12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
F.................  Vinyl Chloride......  9/19/11................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                                          10/24/12...............  12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
J.................  Equipment Leaks       9/19/11................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                     (Fugitive Emission   10/24/12...............  12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
                     Sources) of Benzene.
L.................  Benzene Emissions     9/19/11................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                     from Coke By-        10/24/12...............  12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
                     Product Recovery
                     Plants.
M.................  Asbestos............  9/19/11................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                                          10/24/12...............  12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
N.................  Inorganic Arsenic     9/19/12................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  07/1/13...................  7/1/09
                     Emissions from       3/22/17................  12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
                     Glass Manufacturing
                     Plants.
O.................  Inorganic Arsenic     .......................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                     Emissions From                                12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
                     Primary Copper
                     Smelters.
P.................  Inorganic Arsenic     .......................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  07/1/13...................  7/1/09
                     Emissions From                                12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
                     Arsenic Trioxide
                     and Metallic
                     Arsenic Production
                     Facilities.
Q.................  Radon Emissions From  Not delegable..........  Not delegable...........  Not delegable..........  Not delegable.........  Not delegable.............  Not delegable.
                     Department of
                     Energy Facilities.
R.................  Radon Emissions From  Not delegable..........  Not delegable...........  Not delegable..........  Not delegable.........  Not delegable.............  Not delegable.
                     Phosphogypsum
                     Stacks.
T.................  Radon Emissions From  Not delegable..........  Not delegable...........  Not delegable..........  Not delegable.........  Not delegable.............  Not delegable.
                     the Disposal of
                     Uranium Mill
                     Tailings.
V.................  Equipment Leaks       .......................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                     (Fugitive Emission                            12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
                     Sources).
W.................  Radon Emissions From  Not delegable..........  Not delegable...........  Not delegable..........  Not delegable.........  Not delegable.............  Not delegable.
                     Operating Mill
                     Tailings.
Y.................  Benzene Emissions     9/19/11................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                     From Benzene         10/24/12...............  12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
                     Storage Vessels.
BB................  Benzene Emissions     9/19/11................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                     From Benzene         10/24/12...............  12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
                     Transfer Operations.
FF................  Benzene Waste         9/19/11................  7/1/10..................  7/1/15.................  7/1/01................  7/1/13....................  7/1/09
                     Operations.          10/24/12...............  12/28/12................  7/30/17................  7/21/10...............  12/10/13..................  12/22/12
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                                                                                                                                Lincoln[dash]
         Subpart                 Source category         State of      State of Kansas         State of Missouri      State of    Lancaster     City of
                                                           Iowa                                                       Nebraska      County       Omaha
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A.......................  General Provisions..........    9/19/11  7/1/10; 12/28/12;        6/30/12; 12/30/13;          7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                          7/25/16   Except 63.6(f)(1),       Except 63.13 &            5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                                                                    (g), (h)(1) and          63.15(a)(2).
                                                                    (h)(9); 63.7(e)(2)(ii)
                                                                    and (f); 63.8(f);
                                                                    63.10(f); 63.12;
                                                                    63.13; 63.14(b)(27)
                                                                    and phrase ``and table
                                                                    5 to subpart DDDDD of
                                                                    this part'';
                                                                    63.14(b)(35); (39)
                                                                    through (53); and (55)
                                                                    through (62); in
                                                                    63.14(i)(1), the
                                                                    phrase ``table 5 to
                                                                    subpart DDDDD of this
                                                                    part''; and 63.15.
F.......................  Organic Hazardous Air           9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Pollutants From the           10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Synthetic Organic Chemical
                           Manufacturing Industry.

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G.......................  Organic Hazardous Air           9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Pollutants From the           10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Synthetic Organic Chemical
                           Manufacturing Industry for
                           Process Vents, Storage
                           Vessels, Transfer
                           Operations, and Wastewater.
H.......................  Organic Hazardous Air           9/19/11  0/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Pollutants for Equipment      10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Leaks.
I.......................  Organic Hazardous Air           9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Pollutants for Certain        10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Processes Subject to the
                           Negotiated Regulation for
                           Equipment Leaks.
J.......................  Polyvinyl Chloride and        .........  7/1/10; 11/14/14;        .......................  .........  .............  .........
                           Copolymers Production.                   Except 63.15.
L.......................  Coke Oven Batteries.........    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................  .........  .............  .........
M.......................  National Perchloroethylene      9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Air Emission Standards for    10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Dry Cleaning Facilities.
N.......................  Chromium Emissions From Hard    9/19/12  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           and Decorative Chromium       10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Electroplating and Chromium
                           Anodizing Tanks.
O.......................  Ethylene Oxide Emissions        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Standards for Sterilization   10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Facilities.
Q.......................  Industrial Process Cooling      9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Towers.                       10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
R.......................  Gasoline Distribution           9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Facilities (Bulk Gasoline     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Terminals and Pipeline
                           Breakout Stations).
S.......................  Pulp and Paper Industry.....  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
T.......................  Halogenated Solvent Cleaning    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    0/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
U.......................  Polymers and Resins Group I.    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
W.......................  Epoxy Resins Production and     9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Non-Nylon Polyamides          10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Production.
X.......................  Secondary Lead Smelting.....  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
Y.......................  Marine Tank Vessel Loading      9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                           Operations.                   10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
AA/BB...................  Phosphoric Acid                 9/19/11  7/1/10.................  12/9/16................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Manufacturing Plants/         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Phosphate Fertilizers
                           Production Plants.
CC......................  Petroleum Refineries........  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
DD......................  Off-Site Waste and Recovery     3/18/15  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Operations.                    7/25/16  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
EE......................  Magnetic Tape Manufacturing     9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Operations.                   10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
GG......................  Aerospace Industry Surface      9/19/11  7/1/10.................  12/7/15................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Coating Manufacturing and     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Rework Facilities.
HH......................  Oil and Natural Gas             9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Production Facilities.        10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
II......................  Shipbuilding and Ship Repair  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                           (Surface Coating).                      12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
JJ......................  Wood Furniture Manufacturing   11/21/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Operations.                    7/25/16  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
KK......................  Printing and Publishing         9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Industry.                     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
LL......................  Primary Aluminum Reduction    .........  7/1/10.................  10/15/15...............     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Plants.                                 12/28/12...............  7/30/17................   05/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
MM......................  Chemical Recovery Combustion    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Sources at Kraft, Soda,       10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Sulfite, and Stand-Along
                           Semichemical Pulp Mills.
NN......................  Wool Fiberglass Mfg (area     .........  .......................  .......................  .........  .............  .........
                           sources).
OO......................  Tanks--Level 1..............    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
PP......................  Containers..................    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................    07/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................   05/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
QQ......................  Surface Impoundments........    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
RR......................  Individual Drain Systems....    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
SS......................  Closed Vent Systems, Control    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Devices, Recovery Devices     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................   05/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           and Routing to a Fuel Gas
                           System or a Process.
TT......................  Equipment Leaks--Control        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Level 1 Standards.            10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
UU......................  Equipment Leaks--Control        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Level 2 Standards.            10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
VV......................  Oil-Water Separators and        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Organic-Water Separators.     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
WW......................  Storage Vessel (Tanks)--        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Control Level 2.              10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12

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XX......................  Ethylene Manufacturing          9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Process Units: Heat           10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Exchange Systems and Waste
                           Operations.
YY......................  Generic Maximum Achievable      10/8/14  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Control Technology             7/25/16  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Standards.
CCC.....................  Steel Pickling-HCL Process    .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Facilities and Hydrochloric             12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Acid Regeneration Plants.
DDD.....................  Mineral Wool Production.....    7/29/15  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                          7/25/16  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
EEE.....................  Hazardous Waste Combustors..    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
GGG.....................  Pharmaceutical Production...    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
HHH.....................  Natural Gas Transmission and    8/16/12  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Storage Facilities.            7/25/16  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
III.....................  Flexible Polyurethane Foam      8/15/14  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Production.                    7/25/16  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
JJJ.....................  Polymers and Resins Group IV    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
LLL.....................  Portland Cement                 7/25/16  7/1/10.................  9/11/15................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Manufacturing Industry.        3/22/17  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
MMM.....................  Pesticide Active Ingredient     3/27/14  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Production.                    7/25/16  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
NNN.....................  Wool Fiberglass                 9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Manufacturing.                10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
OOO.....................  Manufacture of Amino/           10/8/14  07/01/10...............  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Phenolic Resins.               7/25/16  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
PPP.....................  Polyether Polyols Production    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
QQQ.....................  Primary Copper Smelting.....  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
RRR.....................  Secondary Aluminum            .........  7/1/10.................  6/13/16................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Production.                             12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
TTT.....................  Primary Lead Smelting.......  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
UUU.....................  Petroleum Refineries........  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
VVV.....................  Publicly Owned Treatment        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Works.                        10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
XXX.....................  Ferroalloys Production......    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
AAAA....................  Municipal Solid Waste           9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Landfills.                    10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
CCCC....................  Manufacturing of Nutritional  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Yeast.                                  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
DDDD....................  Plywood and Composite Wood      9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                           Products.                     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
EEEE....................  Organic Liquids Distribution    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           (Non-Gasoline).               10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
FFFF....................  Misc. Organic Chemical          9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Manufacturing.                10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
GGGG....................  Solvent Extraction for          9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Vegetable Oil Production.     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
HHHH....................  Wet Formed Fiberglass Mat       9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Production.                   10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
IIII....................  Surface Coating of              9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Automobiles and Light-Duty    10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Trucks.
JJJJ....................  Paper and Other Web Coating.    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
KKKK....................  Surface Coating of Metal        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Cans.                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
MMMM....................  Surface Coating of Misc.        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Metal Parts and Products.     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
NNNN....................  Surface Coating of Large        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Appliances.                   10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
OOOO....................  Printing, Coating and Dyeing    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           of Fabrics and Other          10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Textiles.
PPPP....................  Surface Coating of Plastic      9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Parts and Products.           10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
QQQQ....................  Surface Coating of Wood         9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Building Products.            10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
RRRR....................  Surface Coating of Metal        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Furniture.                    10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
SSSS....................  Surface Coating of Metal        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Coil.                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
TTTT....................  Leather Finishing Operations    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
UUUU....................  Cellulose Products              9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Manufacturing.                10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
VVVV....................  Boat Manufacturing..........    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12

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WWWW....................  Reinforced Plastic              9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Composites Production.        10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................   05/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
XXXX....................  Rubber Tire Manufacturing...    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
YYYY....................  Stationary Combustion           9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Turbines.                     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
ZZZZ....................  Stationary Reciprocating         3/6/13  3/6/13.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Internal Combustion Engines.  10/23/13  11/14/14...............  7/30/17 *only major        5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                                                                                             sources.
AAAAA...................  Lime Manufacturing Plants...    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
BBBBB...................  Semiconductor Manufacturing.    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
CCCCC...................  Coke Ovens: Pushing,            9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                           Quenching, and Battery        10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
                           Stacks.
DDDDD...................  Industrial, Commercial and    .........  .......................  11/20/15...............     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Institutional Boilers and                                        7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13
                           Process Heaters.
EEEEE...................  Iron and Steel Foundries....    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
FFFFF...................  Integrated Iron and Steel       9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Manufacturing Facilities.     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
GGGGG...................  Site Remediation............    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
HHHHH...................  Misc. Coating Manufacturing.    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
IIIII...................  Mercury Cell Chlor-Alkali       9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                           Plants.                       10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
JJJJJ...................  Brick and Structural Clay     .........  .......................  12/4/15................  .........  .............  .........
                           Products Manufacturing.                                          7/30/17................
KKKKK...................  Clay Ceramics Manufacturing.  .........  .......................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                                                                                            7/30/17................
LLLLL...................  Asphalt Processing and          9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13      07/1/11
                           Asphalt Roofing               10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Manufacturing.
MMMMM...................  Flexible Poly-urethane Foam     9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Fabrication Operation.        10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
NNNNN...................  Hydrochloric Acid Production    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
PPPPP...................  Engine Test Cells/Stands....    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
QQQQQ...................  Friction Materials              9/19/11  07/01/10...............  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                           Manufacturing Facilities.     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
RRRRR...................  Taconite Iron Ore Processing  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
SSSSS...................  Refractory Products             9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Manufacturing.                10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
TTTTT...................  Primary Magnesium Refining..  .........  071/10.................  7/1/15.................  .........  .............  .........
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17................
UUUUU...................  Coal and Oil-fired Electric   .........  .......................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Utility Steam Generating                                         7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13
                           Units.
WWWWW...................  Hospital Ethylene Oxide         9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Sterilizer.                   10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
YYYYY...................  Electric Arc Furnace            9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Steelmaking Facilities or     10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Stainless and Non-stainless
                           Steel Manufacturing (EAFs).
ZZZZZ...................  Iron and Steel Foundries        9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Area Sources.                 10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
BBBBBB..................  Gasoline Distribution Bulk      9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Terminal, Bulk Plant and      10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............   05/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Pipeline Facilities.
CCCCCC..................  Gasoline Distribution,          1/24/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Gasoline Dispensing           10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Facilities.
DDDDDD..................  PVC & Copolymer Production..  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
EEEEEE..................  Primary Copper Smelting.....  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
FFFFFF..................  Secondary Copper Smelting...  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
GGGGGG..................  Primary Nonferrous Metal....  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............   05/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
HHHHHH..................  Paint Stripping Operations,     9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Misc. Surface Coating,        10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
                           Autobody Refinishing.
JJJJJJ..................  Industrial, Commercial, and   .........  .......................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Institutional Boilers.                                           7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13
LLLLLL..................  Acrylic/Modacrylic Fibers       9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Production.                   10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13
MMMMMM..................  Carbon Black Production.....    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............   05/13/14     12/10/13
NNNNNN..................  Chromium Compounds..........    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13
OOOOOO..................  Flexible Polyurethane Foam      9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Fabrication and Production.   10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13

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PPPPPP..................  Lead Acid Battery               9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Manufacturing.                10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13
QQQQQQ..................  Wood Preserving.............    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13
RRRRRR..................  Clay Ceramics Manufacturing.    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
SSSSSS..................  Pressed & Blown Glass           9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                           Manufacturing.                10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
TTTTTT..................  Secondary Non-Ferrous Metals    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13       7/1/11
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13     12/22/12
VVVVVV..................  Chemical Manufacturing Area    12/21/12  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Sources.                       9/10/14  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13
WWWWWW..................  Plating and Polishing.......    9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                                                         10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13
XXXXXX..................  Metal Fabrication and           9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Finishing.                    10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13
YYYYYY..................  Ferroalloys Production......  .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                                                                   12/28/12...............  7/30/17 *..............    5/13/14     12/10/13
ZZZZZZ..................  Area Source Standards for     .........  071/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Aluminum, Copper and Other              12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13
                           Nonferrous Foundries.
AAAAAAA.................  Asphalt Processing and        .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Asphalt Roofing                         12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13
                           Manufacturing.
BBBBBBB.................  Chemical Preparations         .........  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Industry.                               12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13
CCCCCCC.................  Paints and Allied Products      9/19/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Manufacturing.                10/24/12  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13
DDDDDDD.................  Prepared Foods Manufacturing   12/23/11  7/1/10.................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                                                          9/10/14  12/28/12...............  7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13
EEEEEEE.................  Gold Mine Ore Processing and  .........  .......................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Production Area Source                                           7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13
                           Category.
HHHHHHH.................  Polyvinyl Chloride and        .........  .......................  7/1/15.................     7/1/13       7/1/13    .........
                           Copolymers Production.                                           7/30/17................    5/13/14     12/10/13
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* At this time, Missouri is temporarily not accepting delegation for area source NESHAP requirements (40 CFR part 63, subparts WWWWW-YYYYYY) within the
  State of Missouri as described in an August 24, 2010 letter from MDNR to the U.S. EPA, Region 7.

Summary of This Action

    All sources subject to the requirements of 40 CFR parts 60, 61, and 
63 are also subject to the equivalent requirements of the above-
mentioned state or local agencies.
    This document informs the public of delegations to the above-
mentioned agencies of the above-referenced Federal regulations.

Authority

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

    Dated: May 21, 2018.
Karen A. Flournoy,
Acting Regional Administrator, Region 7.
[FR Doc. 2018-11757 Filed 5-31-18; 8:45 am]
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