WSR 07-20-067

PERMANENT RULES

PUGET SOUND

CLEAN AIR AGENCY

[ Filed September 28, 2007, 2:12 p.m. , effective November 1, 2007 ]


Effective Date of Rule: November 1, 2007.

Purpose: To update the new WAC reference dates for certain sections that ecology has changed, to keep them consistent with the current ecology regulations.

Citation of Existing Rules Affected by this Order: Amending Section 6.01 of Regulation I.

Statutory Authority for Adoption: Chapter 70.94 RCW.

Adopted under notice filed as WSR 07-17-105 on August 17, 2007.

Date Adopted: September 27, 2007.

Steve M. Van Slyke

Supervisory Engineer

AMENDATORY SECTION

REGULATION I SECTION 6.01 COMPONENTS OF NEW SOURCE REVIEW PROGRAM


(a) In addition to the provisions of this regulation, the Agency adopts by reference and enforces the following provisions of the new source review program established by the Washington State Department of Ecology:

WAC 173-400-030 Definitions. (effective ((2/10/05)) 6/08/07)

WAC 173-400-081 Startup and shutdown. (effective 9/20/93)

WAC 173-400-110 (3) and (6)-(10) New source review (NSR). (effective ((2/10/05)) 6/08/07)

WAC 173-400-112 Requirements for new sources in nonattainment areas. (effective 2/10/05)

WAC 173-400-113 Requirements for new sources in attainment or unclassifiable areas. (effective 2/10/05)

WAC 173-400-114 Requirements for replacement or substantial alteration of emission control technology at an existing stationary source. (effective 9/15/01)

WAC 173-400-117 Special protection requirements for federal Class I areas. (effective 2/10/05)

WAC 173-400-171 Public involvement. - excluding references to chapter 173-460 WAC (effective ((2/10/05)) 6/08/07)

WAC 173-400-200 Creditable stack height and dispersion techniques. (effective 2/10/05)

WAC 173-400-560 General order of approval. (effective 2/10/05)

WAC 173-400-700 Review of major stationary sources of air pollution. (effective 2/10/05)

WAC 173-400-710 Definitions. (effective ((2/10/05)) 6/08/07)

WAC 173-400-720 Prevention of significant deterioration (PSD). (effective ((2/10/05)) 6/08/07)

WAC 173-400-730 Prevention of significant deterioration application processing procedures. (effective 2/10/05)

WAC 173-400-740 PSD permitting public involvement requirements. (effective 2/10/05)

WAC 173-400-750 Revisions to PSD permits. (effective 2/10/05)

WAC 173-460-020 Definitions. (effective 2/14/94)

WAC 173-460-040 (3)-(10) New source review. (effective 2/14/94)

WAC 173-460-050 Requirement to quantify emissions. (effective 2/14/94)

WAC 173-460-060 Control technology requirements. (effective 8/21/98)

WAC 173-460-070 Ambient impact requirement. (effective 9/18/91)

WAC 173-460-080 Demonstrating ambient impact compliance. (effective 2/14/94)

WAC 173-460-090 Second tier analysis. (effective 2/14/94)

(b) The Washington State Department of Ecology is the permitting agency for the Prevention of Significant Deterioration (PSD) program under WAC 173-400-700 through WAC 173-400-750 (as delegated by agreement with the US Environmental Protection Agency, Region 10), and for primary aluminum smelters, kraft pulp mills, and sulfite pulp mills.

(c) The Washington State Department of Health is the permitting agency for radionuclides under chapter 246-247 WAC.

(d) The Energy Facility Site Evaluation Council (EFSEC) is the permitting agency for large natural gas and oil pipelines, electric power plants above 350 megawatts, new oil refineries or large expansions of existing facilities, and underground natural gas storage fields under chapter 463-78 WAC.

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