WSR 04-11-122

PROPOSED RULES

PUGET SOUND

CLEAN AIR AGENCY

[ Filed May 19, 2004, 12:26 p.m. ]

Original Notice.

Exempt from preproposal statement of inquiry under RCW 70.94.141(1).

Title of Rule: Repeal Regulation I, Sections 5.02, Amend Regulation I, Sections 5.03, 5.05, and 5.07.

Purpose: To improve the classification of air contaminant sources and to clarify reporting requirements.

Other Identifying Information: 5.02 is the Applicability and Purpose of the Registration Program. 5.03 is Registration Required. 5.05 is the General Reporting Requirements for Registration. 5.07 is the Annual Registration Fees.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: Chapter 70.94 RCW.

Statute Being Implemented: RCW 70.94.141 and 70.94.151.

Summary: Section 5.02 will be repealed since the applicability provisions are moving to Section 5.03; the reporting requirements are moving to Section 5.05, and the fee provisions are moving to Section 5.07. These changes will improve the classification of air contaminant sources and clarify the reporting requirements.

Reasons Supporting Proposal: The applicability provisions in Section 5.02 belong in Section 5.03, the reporting provisions belong in Section 5.05, and the fee provisions belong in Section 5.07. This includes the statutory applicability provision presently in Section 5.02(a), the statutory reporting provision presently in Section 5.02(c), and the statutory fee provision presently in Section 5.02(d).

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency implements the source classification provisions of RCW 70.94.151(1) through Section 5.03. The proposed amendments are an effort to better classify air contaminant sources as authorized by RCW 70.94.151.

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency implements the reporting provisions of RCW 70.94.151(2) through Section 5.05. The proposed amendments are an effort to clarify these requirements. The existing regulations include reporting provisions in various portions of Article 5.

Puget Sound Clean Air Agency implements the fee provisions of RCW 70.94.151(2) through Section 5.07. The proposed amendments are an effort to establish a fee structure based on the revised classification system. The proposed fee structure should more closely resemble the level of effort required to administer the registration program for each class of sources.

Name of Agency Personnel Responsible for Drafting: Gerry Pade, 110 Union Street, #500, Seattle, WA 98101, (206) 689-4065; Implementation: Dave Kircher, 110 Union Street, #500, Seattle, WA 98101, (206) 689-4050; and Enforcement: Jim Nolan, 110 Union Street, #500, Seattle, WA 98101, (206) 689-4053.

Name of Proponent: Puget Sound Clean Air Agency, governmental.

Agency Comments or Recommendations, if any, as to Statutory Language, Implementation, Enforcement, and Fiscal Matters: The state implementation plan will be updated to reflect these amendments.

Rule is not necessitated by federal law, federal or state court decision.

Explanation of Rule, its Purpose, and Anticipated Effects: Section 5.02 will be repealed since the applicability provisions are moving to Section 5.03; the reporting requirements are moving to Section 5.05, and the fee provisions are moving to Section 5.07.

These changes will improve the classification of air contaminant sources and clarify the reporting requirements.

A small number of sources that are currently registered will no longer require registration, however as is stated in Section 5.03(d), exemption from registration is not an exemption from any other provisions of the Agency's regulations.

Proposal Changes the Following Existing Rules: Section 5.02 will be repealed; the applicability provisions in Section 5.02 will move to Section 5.03; the reporting requirements will move to Section 5.05; and the fee provisions will move to Section 5.07.

No small business economic impact statement has been prepared under chapter 19.85 RCW. This agency is not subject to the small business economic impact provision of the Administrative Procedure Act.

RCW 34.05.328 does not apply to this rule adoption. Pursuant to RCW 70.94.141(1), RCW 34.05.328 does not apply to this rule adoption.

Hearing Location: Puget Sound Clean Air Agency, 110 Union Street, Suite 500, Seattle, WA 98101, on June 24, 2004, at 9:15 a.m.

Assistance for Persons with Disabilities: Contact Agency Receptionist, (206) 689-4010, by June 17, 2004, TDD (800) 833-6388 or (800) 833-6385 (Braille).

Submit Written Comments to: Dennis McLerran, Puget Sound Clean Air Agency, 110 Union Street, Suite 500, Seattle, WA 98101, fax (206) 343-7522, by June 24, 2004.

Date of Intended Adoption: June 24, 2004.

May 17, 2004

Gerald S. Pade

Engineer

REPEALER


REGULATION I SECTION 5.02 APPLICABILITY AND PURPOSE OF THE REGISTRATION PROGRAM


AMENDATORY SECTION


REGULATION I SECTION 5.03 APPLICABILITY OF REGISTRATION PROGRAM ((REQUIRED))


(a) The requirements of this article shall apply only to:

(1) Sources subject to a federal emission standard under:

(A) 40 CFR Part 60 (except Subparts B, S, BB, and AAA);

(B) 40 CFR Part 61 (except Subparts B, H, I, K, Q, R, T, W, and the provisions of Subpart M pertaining to asbestos on roadways, asbestos demolition and renovation activities, and asbestos spraying);

(C) 40 CFR Part 62; or

(D) 40 CFR Part 63 (except Subpart LL and the provisions of Subparts S and MM pertaining to kraft and sulfite pulp mills);

(2) Sources with a federally enforceable emission limitation established in order to avoid operating permit program applicability under Article 7 of this regulation;

(3) Sources with annual emissions:

(A) Greater than or equal to 2.50 tons of any single hazardous air pollutant (HAP);

(B) Greater than or equal to 6.25 tons of total hazardous air pollutants (HAP); or

(C) Greater than or equal to 25.0 tons of carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx), particulate matter (PM2.5 or PM10), sulfur oxides (SOx), or volatile organic compounds (VOC);

(4) Sources subject to the following sections of Regulation I, II, or III:

(A) Refuse burning equipment subject to Section 9.05 of Regulation I (including crematories);

(B) Fuel burning equipment or refuse burning equipment burning oil that exceeds any limit in Section 9.08 of Regulation I and sources marketing oil to such sources;

(C) Fuel burning equipment subject to Section 9.09 of Regulation I with a rated heat input greater than or equal to 1 MMBtu/hr of any fuel other than natural gas, propane, butane, or distillate oil, or greater than or equal to 10 MMBtu/hr of any fuel;

(D) Sources with spray-coating operations subject to Section 9.16 of Regulation I;

(E) Petroleum refineries subject to Section 2.03 of Regulation II;

(F) Gasoline loading terminals subject to Section 2.05 of Regulation II;

(G) Gasoline dispensing facilities subject to Section 2.07 of Regulation II;

(H) Volatile organic compound storage tanks subject to Section 3.02 of Regulation II;

(I) Can and paper coating facilities subject to Section 3.03 of Regulation II;

(J) Motor vehicle and mobile equipment coating operations subject to Section 3.04 of Regulation II;

(K) Flexographic and rotogravure printing facilities subject to Section 3.05 of Regulation II;

(L) Polyester, vinylester, gelcoat, and resin operations subject to Section 3.08 of Regulation II;

(M) Aerospace component coating operations subject to Section 3.09 of Regulation II;

(N) Coatings and ink manufacturing subject to Section 3.11 of Regulation II;

(O) Dry cleaners subject to Section 3.03 of Regulation III;

(P) Solvent metal cleaners subject to Section 3.05 of Regulation III; or

(Q) Ethylene oxide sterilizers subject to Section 3.07 of Regulation III;

(5) Sources with any of the following gas or odor control equipment having a rated capacity of greater than or equal to 200 cfm (≥4" diameter inlet):

(A) Activated carbon adsorption;

(B) Afterburner;

(C) Barometric condenser;

(D) Biofilter;

(E) Catalytic afterburner;

(F) Catalytic oxidizer;

(G) Chemical oxidation;

(H) Condenser;

(I) Dry sorbent injection;

(J) Flaring;

(K) Non-selective catalytic reduction;

(L) Refrigerated condenser;

(M) Selective catalytic reduction; or

(N) Wet scrubber;

(6) Sources with any of the following particulate control equipment having a rated capacity of greater than or equal to 2,000 cfm (≥10" diameter inlet):

(A) Baghouse;

(B) Demister;

(C) Electrostatic precipitator;

(D) HEPA (high efficiency particulate air) filter;

(E) HVAF (high velocity air filter);

(F) Mat or panel filter;

(G) Mist eliminator;

(H) Multiple cyclones;

(I) Rotoclone;

(J) Screen;

(K) Venturi scrubber;

(L) Water curtain; or

(M) Wet electrostatic precipitator;

(7) Sources with a single cyclone having a rated capacity of greater than or equal to 20,000 cfm (≥27" diameter inlet);

(8) Sources with any of the following equipment:

(A) Asphalt batch plants;

(B) Burn-off ovens;

(C) Coffee roasters;

(D) Commercial composting with raw materials from off-site;

(E) Commercial smokehouses with odor control equipment;

(F) Concrete batch plants (ready-mix concrete);

(G) Galvanizing;

(H) Iron or steel foundries;

(I) Microchip or printed circuit board manufacturing;

(J) Rendering plants;

(K) Rock crushers or concrete crushers;

(L) Sewage treatment plants with odor control equipment;

(M) Shipyards;

(N) Steel mills; or

(O) Wood preserving lines or retorts; and

(9) Sources with equipment (or control equipment) that has been determined by the Control Officer to warrant registration through review of a Notice of Construction application under Section 6.03(a) or a Notification under Section 6.03(b) of this regulation, due to the amount and nature of air contaminants produced, or the potential to contribute to air pollution, and with special reference to effects on health, economic and social factors, and physical effects on property.

(b) (((a))) The ((registration)) requirements of this article ((do)) shall not apply to:

(1) ((m))Motor vehicles;

(2) ((n))Nonroad engines or nonroad vehicles as defined in Section 216 of the federal Clean Air Act;

(3) ((s))Sources that require an operating permit under Article 7 of this regulation;

(4) ((spray-coating operations exempt under Section 9.16(b) of this regulation)) Solid fuel burning devices subject to Article 13 of this regulation; or

(5) ((a))Any source, including any listed in Sections 5.03(((b) below)) (a)(4) through 5.03 (a)(9) of this regulation, that has been determined through review by the Control Officer not to warrant registration, due to the amount and nature of air contaminants produced or the potential to contribute to air pollution, and with special reference to effects on health, economic and social factors, and physical effects on property.

(c) (((b))) It shall be unlawful for any person to cause or allow the operation of any source ((required to register under Section 5.03)) subject to registration under this section, unless it ((conforms to)) meets all the requirements of Article 5 of this regulation. ((Except as provided in Section 5.03(a), the owner or operator of each of the following stationary air contaminant sources shall register the source with the Agency by paying the annual fee required by Section 5.07 and submitting any reports required by Section 5.05.

(1) Any category of stationary sources to which a federal standard of performance (NSPS) under 40 CFR Part 60, other than Subpart S (Primary Aluminum Reduction Plants), BB (Kraft Pulp Mills), or AAA (New Residential Wood Heaters), applies;

(2) Any source category subject to the National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP) under 40 CFR Part 61, other than Subpart M (asbestos on roadways, asbestos demolition or renovation activities, or asbestos spraying), or 40 CFR Part 63;

(3) Any source that emits any of the following pollutants at a rate of emission equal to or greater than any one of the following rates (tons/year):


carbon monoxide . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
nitrogen oxides . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
sulfur dioxide . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
particulate matter (PM10) . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
particulate matter (PM2.5) . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
volatile organic compounds (VOC) . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
facility-combined total of all toxic air contaminants (TAC) . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
any single toxic air contaminant (TAC) . . . . . . . . . . . . 2

(4) Any source that has equipment or control equipment, with an approved Notice of Construction under Article 6 of Regulation I;

(5) Any source that has been determined through review by the Control Officer to warrant registration, due to the amount and nature of air contaminants produced, or the potential to contribute to air pollution, with special reference to effects on health, economic and social factors, and physical effects on property;

(6) Any source that has elected to opt out of the operating permit program by limiting its potential-to-emit (synthetic minor) or is required to report periodically to demonstrate nonapplicability to EPA require-ments under Sections 111 or 112 of the federal Clean Air Act;

(7) Other sources, such as:

aerosol can-filling facilities;

agricultural chemical facilities engaging in the manufacturing of liquid or dry fertilizers or pesticides;

agricultural drying and dehydrating operations;

alumina processing;

ammonium sulfate manufacturing plants;

asphalt and asphalt products production facilities;

automobile or light-duty truck surface coating operations;

baker's yeast manufacturing;

brick and clay manufacturing plants, including tiles and ceramics;

cattle feedlots with operational facilities that have an inventory of 1,000 or more cattle in operation between June 1 and October 1, where vegetation forage growth is not sustained over the majority of the lot during the normal growing season;

chemical manufacturing plants;

coal preparation plants;

coffee roasting facilities;

composting operations, including commercial, industrial and municipal, but exempting agricultural and residential composting activities;

concrete product manufacturers and ready-mix and premix concrete plants;

crematoria or animal carcass incinerators;

dry cleaning plants;

ethylene dichloride, polyvinyl chloride, or vinyl chloride plants;

explosives production;

flexible polyurethane foam production;

flexible vinyl and urethane coating and printing operations;

gasoline stations, bulk gasoline plants, and gasoline loading terminals;

gelcoat, polyester, resin, or vinylester coating manufacturing operations at commercial or industrial facilities;

glass manufacturing plants;

grain, seed, animal feed, legume, and flour processing operations and handling facilities;

hazardous waste treatment and disposal facilities;

ink manufacturers;

insulation fiber manufacturers;

landfills, active and inactive, including covers, gas collection systems, or flares;

lead-acid battery manufacturing plants;

lime manufacturing plants;

metal casting facilities and foundries, ferrous and nonferrous;

metal plating and anodizing operations;

metallic and nonmetallic mineral processing plants, including rock crushing plants and sand and gravel operations;

metallurgical processing plants;

mills such as lumber, plywood, shake, shingle, woodchip, veneer operations, dry kilns, pulpwood insulating board, or any combination thereof;

mineral wool production;

mineralogical processing plants;

municipal waste combustors;

nitric acid plants;

paper manufacturers, except Kraft and sulfite pulp mills;

petroleum refineries;

pharmaceuticals production;

plastics and fiberglass product fabrication facilities;

pneumatic materials conveying operations and industrial house-keeping vacuuming systems that exhaust more than 1,000 acfm to the atmosphere;

portland cement plants;

primary copper smelters, lead smelters, magnesium refining and zinc smelters, but excluding primary aluminum plants;

rendering plants;

semiconductor manufacturing;

shipbuilding and ship repair (surface coating);

soil vapor extraction (active), thermal soil contaminant desorption, or groundwater air stripping remediation projects;

sulfuric acid plants;

surface-coating manufacturers;

surface spray-coating operations, including automotive, metal, cans, pressure-sensitive tape, labels, coils, wood, plastic, rubber, glass, paper, and other substrates;

synthetic fiber production facilities;

synthetic organic chemical manufacturing industries;

tire recapping facilities;

vegetable oil production;

wastewater treatment plants; or

wood treatment.))

(d) An exemption from new source review under Article 6 of this regulation shall not be construed as an exemption from registration under this article. In addition, an exemption from registration under this article shall not be construed as an exemption from any other provision of Regulation I, II, or III.


AMENDATORY SECTION


REGULATION I SECTION 5.05 ((GENERAL REPORTING REQUIREMENTS FOR)) REGISTRATION REQUIREMENTS


(a) ((General.)) The owner or operator of ((an air contaminant)) a source ((for which)) requiring registration ((is required by)) under Section 5.03 of this regulation((,)) shall make reports containing information as required by the Agency concerning location, size, and height of contaminant outlets, processes employed, nature and quantity of the air contaminant emission, and such other information as is relevant to air pollution and available or reasonably capable of being assembled.

(((b) Registration Form. Registration information shall be provided on forms supplied by the Agency and shall be completed and returned within the time specified on the form.

(c) Reporting Responsibility. The owner, operator, or a designated representative shall sign Agency registration and reporting forms for each source.)) The owner or operator ((of the source)) shall be responsible for obtaining the proper forms from the Agency, notifying the Agency of ((the)) its existence ((of the source)) (including changes in its ownership or name), and for the accuracy, completeness, and timely submittal of all registration reports((ing information and any accompanying)) and fees.

(((d) Emission Reporting. An emission report shall be required from the owner or operator of a source requiring registration, listing those air contaminants emitted during the previous calendar year that equal or exceed the following (tons/year):


carbon monoxide (CO) emissions . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.0
facility combined total of all hazardous air pollutant (HAP) emissions . . . . . . . . . . . . 6.0
any single hazardous air pollutant (HAP) emission . . . . . . . . . . . . 2.0
nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.0
particulate matter (PM10) emissions . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.0
particulate matter (PM2.5) emissions . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.0
sulfur oxide (SOx) emissions . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.0
volatile organic compounds (VOC) emissions . . . . . . . . . . . . 25.0

Annual emission rates shall be reported to the nearest whole tons per year for only those air contaminants that equal or exceed the thresholds above.
))

(b) The owner or operator of a source requiring registration under Section 5.03 of this regulation shall submit a report by June 30th of each year, listing the emissions of those air contaminants emitted during the previous calendar year that equaled or exceeded:

(1) 2.50 tons of any single hazardous air pollutant (HAP);

(2) 6.25 tons of total hazardous air pollutants (HAP); or

(3) 25.0 tons of carbon monoxide (CO), nitrogen oxides (NOx), particulate matter (PM2.5 or PM10), sulfur oxides (SOx), or volatile organic compounds (VOC).

(c) (((e) Operation and Maintenance Plan. Owners or operators of air contaminant sources subject to Section 5.03 above)) The owner or operator of a registered source shall develop and implement an operation and maintenance plan to ((assure)) ensure continuous compliance with Regulations I, II, and III. A copy of the plan shall be filed with the Control Officer upon request. The plan shall reflect good industrial practice and shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(1) Periodic inspection of all equipment and control equipment;

(2) Monitoring and recording of equipment and control equipment performance;

(3) Prompt repair of any defective equipment or control equipment;

(4) Procedures for start up, shut down, and normal operation;

(5) The control measures to be employed to ((assure)) ensure compliance with Section 9.15 of ((Regulation I)) this regulation; and

(6) A record of all actions required by the plan.

The plan shall be reviewed by the source owner or operator at least annually and updated to reflect any changes in good industrial practice.

(((f) Removal from Registration Program. Continued payment of the annual registration fee to the Agency maintains the registration of the source with the Agency, as well as the status of the source as an operating facility. The Agency shall remove a source from the registration program if a registration fee has not been paid within 90 days of the date of the original fee invoice, or upon written request from the owner or operator of the source. It shall be unlawful for any person to operate a source that has been removed from the registration program, unless the owner or operator has submitted and received an approval for a "Notice of Construction and Application for Approval", in compliance with Article 6.

(g) Report of Change of Ownership and Fee.

(1) A new owner of a registered source shall report in writing any change of ownership to the Agency within 45 days of such a change, and

(2) Pay a fee of $100.))


AMENDATORY SECTION


REGULATION I SECTION 5.07 ANNUAL REGISTRATION FEES


(a) The Agency shall assess annual fees as set forth in Section 5.07(c) ((below)) of this regulation for services provided in administering the registration program. Fees received under the registration program shall not exceed the cost of administering the program, which shall be defined as initial registration and annual or other periodic reports from the source owner providing information directly related to air pollution registration, on-site inspections necessary to verify compliance with registration requirements, data storage and retrieval systems necessary for support of the registration program, emission inventory reports and emission reduction credits computed from information provided by sources pursuant to registration program requirements, staff review, including engineering analysis for accuracy and currentness, of information provided by sources pursuant to registration program requirements, clerical and other office support provided in direct furtherance of the registration program, and administrative support provided in directly carrying out the registration program. Payment of these fees by the owner or operator of a source shall maintain its active registration status (even if it is not actively operating). ((Registration fees do not apply to sources subject to Article 7 of Regulation I.))

(b) Upon assessment by the Agency, registration fees are due and payable within 45 days of the date of the invoice. They shall be deemed delinquent if not fully paid within 45 days of the date of the invoice and shall be subject to an additional delinquent fee equal to 25% of the original fee, not to exceed $1,000. Persons knowingly under-reporting emissions or other information used to set fees, or persons required to pay emission or permit fees who are more than 90 days late with such payments may be subject to a penalty equal to 3 times the amount of the original fee owed (in addition to other penalties provided by chapter 70.94 RCW). ((In accordance with Section 5.05(f), sources that have not paid their fee within 90 days of the date of the invoice shall be removed from the registration program.

(c) Annual registration fees are assessed either by the emission reporting thresholds or, if below emission thresholds, by the primary North American Industry Classification System (NAICS) codes (North American Industry Classification System Manual, U.S. Executive Office of the President, Office of Management and Budget, 1997):

(1) Emission reporting sources under Section 5.05(d) that equal or exceed any of the emission thresholds in that paragraph shall be charged an annual registration fee of $1,802.50 plus an additional emission rate fee of:

$23 for each ton of CO reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of NOx reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of PM10 reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of SOx reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of VOC reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of HAP reported in the previous calendar year.

(2) Emission reporting sources under Section 5.05(d) that equal or exceed twice any of the emission thresholds in that paragraph shall be charged the annual registration fee of $3,605 plus an additional emission rate fee of:

$23 for each ton of CO reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of NOx reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of PM10 reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of SOx reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of VOC reported in the previous calendar year, and

$46 for each ton of HAP reported in the previous calendar year.

(3) Automobile body repair and painting (NAICS = 811121) . . . . . . . . . . . . $309

facilities that qualified for the EnviroStar rebate in 2002 . . . . . . . . . . . . $51.50

(4) Perchloroethylene dry-cleaning plants, except rug cleaning (NAICS = 812322) vented . . . . . . . . . . . . $515

unvented . . . . . . . . . . . . $51.50

(5) Gasoline service stations with gasoline annual throughput during the last calendar year (as certified at the time of annual fee payment) of:

(i) more than 6,000,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . subject to

Section 5.07(c)(1) above

(ii) 3,600,001 to 6,000,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,030

(iii) 1,200,001 to 3,600,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $618

(iv) 840,001 to 1,200,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $309

(v) 200,000 to 840,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $206

(vi) less than 200,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $103

(6) Except as provided in Section 5.07 (c)(8), sources requiring registration under Section 5.03 in the following NAICS codes, or as subsequently assigned to Section 5.07 (c)(6) by the Control Officer, shall be charged an annual registration fee of $1,648:

NAICS NAICS Description

212312 Crushed and Broken Limestone Mining and Quarrying

212319 Other Crushed and Broken Stone Mining and Quarrying

212321 Construction Sand and Gravel Mining

212322 Industrial Sand Mining

221122 Electric Power Distribution

221320 Sewage Treatment Facilities

234110 Highway and Street Construction

311111 Dog and Cat Food Manufacturing

311119 Other Animal Food Manufacturing

311612 Meat Processed from Carcasses

311613 Rendering and Meat Byproduct Processing

311999 All Other Miscellaneous Food Manufacturing

321114 Wood Preservation

324121 Asphalt Paving Mixture and Block Manufacturing

324122 Asphalt Shingle and Coating Materials Manufacturing

325311 Nitrogenous Fertilizer Manufacturing

325314 Fertilizer (Mixing Only) Manufacturing

325412 Pharmaceutical Preparation Manufacturing

325612 Polish and Other Sanitation Good Manufacturing

325910 Printing Ink Manufacturing

326199 All Other Plastics Product Manufacturing

326291 Rubber Product Manufacturing for Mechanical Use

327211 Flat Glass Manufacturing

327310 Cement Manufacturing

327320 Ready-Mix Concrete Manufacturing

327390 Other Concrete Product Manufacturing

327420 Gypsum Product Manufacturing

327910 Abrasive Product Manufacturing

327992 Ground or Treated Mineral and Earth Manufacturing

327999 All Other Miscellaneous Nonmetallic Mineral Product Manufacturing

331111 Iron and Steel Mills

331222 Steel Wire Drawing

331312 Primary Aluminum Production

331492 Secondary Smelting, Refining, and Alloying of Nonferrous Metal (except Copper and Aluminum)

331511 Iron Foundries

331512 Steel Investment Foundries

331513 Steel Foundries (except Investment)

331524 Aluminum Foundries (except Die-Casting)

331525 Copper Foundries (except Die-Casting)

331528 Other Nonferrous Foundries (except Die-Casting)

332811 Metal Heat Treating

332812 Metal Coating, Engraving (except Jewelry and Silverware), and Allied Services to Manufacturers

332813 Electroplating, Plating, Polishing, Anodizing, and Coloring

333414 Heating Equipment (except Warm Air Furnaces) Manufacturing

333999 All Other Miscellaneous General Purpose Machinery Manufacturing

334412 Bare Printed Circuit Board Manufacturing

334413 Semiconductor and Related Device Manufacturing

334418 Printed Circuit Assembly (Electronic Assembly) Manufacturing

335129 Other Lighting Equipment Manufacturing

335312 Motor and Generator Manufacturing

335911 Storage Battery Manufacturing

336411 Aircraft Manufacturing

336413 Other Aircraft Parts and Auxiliary Equipment Manufacturing

336611 Ship Building and Repairing

422510 Grain and Field Bean Wholesalers

422710 Petroleum Bulk Stations and Terminals

422720 Petroleum and Petroleum Products Wholesalers (except Bulk Stations and Terminals)

481111 Scheduled Passenger Air Transportation

486910 Pipeline Transportation of Refined Petroleum Products

488190 Other Support Activities for Air Transportation

488210 Support Activities for Rail Transportation

488490 Other Support Activities for Road Transportation

562111 Solid Waste Collection

622110 General Medical and Surgical Hospitals

622210 Psychiatric and Substance Abuse Hospitals

622310 Specialty (except Psychiatric and Substance Abuse) Hospitals

812210 Funeral Homes and Funeral Services

812220 Cemeteries and Crematories

813910 Business Associations

922140 Correctional Institutions

(7) Except as provided in Section 5.07 (c)(8), all other sources requiring registration under Section 5.03 and not listed in Sections 5.07 (c)(1) through 5.07 (c)(6) shall be charged an annual registration fee of $824.

(8) All sources required to be registered by Sections 5.07 (c)(6) and 5.07 (c)(7), except sources with equipment subject to Section 6.11 of Regulation I or Section 2.02 of Regulation III, that certify (using the procedures in WAC 296-27-00103: Partial Exemption for Employers With 10 or Fewer Employees) they did not employ more than 10 persons at any time during the previous calendar year, shall be charged an annual registration fee of $412.))

(c) Except as specified in Section 5.07 (d) and (e) of this regulation, registered sources shall be assessed a fee of $850, plus the following surcharges:

(1) Sources subject to a federal emission standard as specified in Section 5.03 (a)(1) of this regulation shall be assessed $1,750 per subpart of 40 CFR Parts 60-63;

(2) Sources subject to a federally enforceable emission limitation as specified in Section 5.03 (a)(2) or meeting the emission thresholds specified in Section 5.03 (a)(3) of this regulation shall be assessed $2,000; and

(3) Sources subject to the emission reporting requirements under Section 5.05(b) of this regulation shall be assessed $23 for each ton of CO and $46 for each ton of NOx, PM10, SOx, HAP, and VOC, based on the emissions reported during the previous calendar year.

(d) Gasoline dispensing facilities shall be assessed the following fees based on their gasoline throughput during the previous calendar year (as certified at the time of payment):

(1) More than 6,000,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $2,000;

(2) 3,600,001 to 6,000,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $1,000;

(3) 1,200,001 to 3,600,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $750;

(4) 840,001 to 1,200,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $500;

(5) 200,001 to 840,000 gallons . . . . . . . . . . . . $250.

(e) The following registered sources shall be assessed an annual registration fee of $100, provided that they meet no other criteria listed in Section 5.03(a) of this regulation:

(1) Sources with spray-coating operations subject to Section 9.16 of this regulation that use no more than 4,000 gallons per year of total coatings and solvents;

(2) Gasoline dispensing facilities subject to Section 2.07 of Regulation II with gasoline annual throughput during the previous calendar year (as certified at the time of payment) of no more than 200,000 gallons;

(3) Motor vehicle and mobile equipment coating operations subject to Section 3.04 of Regulation II; and

(4) Unvented dry cleaners subject to Section 3.03 of Regulation III.

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