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EPA Approved New York State Regulations

Updated March 2014

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New York State Regulation
State Effective date
EPA approved date
Comments
Part 200, General Provisions
Part 200, General Provisions,
Section 200.1
[682K, 17 pp]
1/1/11 7/17/13
78 FR 41846
The word odor is removed from the Subpart 200.1(d) definition of “air contaminant or air pollutant”. Redesignation of non-attainment areas to attainment areas (200.1(av)) does not relieve a source from compliance with previously applicable requirements as per letter of Nov. 13, 1981 from H. Hovey, NYSDEC. Changes in definitions are acceptable to EPA unless a previously approved definition is necessary for implementation of an existing SIP regulation. EPA is including the definition of “federally enforceable” with the understanding that (1) the definition applies to provisions of a Title V permit that are correctly identified as federally enforceable, and (2) a source accepts operating limits and conditions to lower its potential to emit to become a minor source, not to “avoid” applicable requirements.
Sections 200.6 and 200.7 [677K, 17 pp] 2/25/00 4/22/08
 73 FR 21548
 
Section 200.9,
Table 1 (Part 231 references)
[235K, 3 pp]
1/11/11 7/12/13
78 FR 41846
EPA is approving reference documents that are not already Federally enforceable.
Part 201, Permits and Certificates  [383K, 6 pp] 4/4/93 10/03/05
70 FR 57511
This action removes subpart 201.5(e) from the State’s federally approved SIP.
3/5/09 11/17/10
75 FR 70142
EPA is including the definition of “Major stationary source or major source or major facility” with the understanding that the definition applies only to provisions of Part 231.
7/7/96 10/3/05
70 FR 57511
 
7/7/96 10/3/05
70 FR 57511
 
Part 202, Emissions Verification:
Subpart 202–1, “Emissions Testing, Sampling and Analytical Determinations”. 3/24/79 11/12/81 46 FR 55690  
Subpart 202–2, “Emission Statements” [445K, 6 pp] 5/29/05 10/31/07
 72 FR 61530
Section 202–2.3(c)(9) requires facilities to report individual HAPs that may not be classified as criteria pollutants or precursors to assist the State in air quality planning needs. EPA will not take SIP-related enforcement action on these pollutants.
Part 204, NOx Budget Trading Program
2/25/00
5/22/01
66 FR 28063
Incorporates NOx SIP Call and NOx Budget Trading Program for 2003 and thereafter
Part 205, Architectural and Industrial Maintenance Coatings [823K, 13 pp] 1/1/11 3/8/12
 77 FR 13974
 
Part 207, Control Measures for an Air Pollution Episode [PDF 51 KB, 2 pages]
2/22/79
11/12/81
46 FR 55690
NA
Part 211, General Prohibitions [PDF 52 KB, 2 pages]
1/1/11
3/8/12
77 FR 13974
Section 211.1 (previously numbered 211.2) is not part of the approved plan. (see 11/27/98, 63 FR 65559
Part 212, General Process Emission Sources [PDF 524 KB, 12 pages]
9/30/10
7/12/13
78 FR 41846
SIP revisions submitted in accordance with § 212.10(c)(3) and 212.12(c) are effective only if approved by EPA.
Part 213, Contaminant Emissions from Ferrous Jobbing Foundries [PDF 44 KB, 2 pages]
5/1/72
9/22/72
37 FR 19814
NA
Part 214, By-Product Coke Oven Batteries [PDF 500 KB, 11 pages]
9/22/94
7/20/06
71 FR 41163
NA
Part 215, Open Fires [PDF 215 KB, 4 pages] 6/16/72 9/22/72
37 FR 19814
NA
Part 216, Iron and/or Steel Processes [372K, 8 pp] 9/22/94 7/20/06
71 FR 41163
 
Part 217, Motor Vehicle Emissions:
Subpart 217–1, Motor Vehicle Enhanced Inspection and Maintenance Program Requirements Until December 31, 2010 [448K, 7 pp] 12/5/10 2/28/12
77 FR 11742
 
Subpart 217–4, Inspection and Maintenance Program Audits Until December 31, 2010 [110K, 2 pp] 12/5/10 2/28/12
77 FR 11742
 
Subpart 217-6, Motor Vehicle Enhanced Inspection and Maintenance Program Requirements Beginning January 1, 2011 [42K, 3 pp] 12/5/10 2/28/12
77 FR 11742
 
Part 218, Emission Standards for Motor Vehicles and Motor Vehicle Engines     EPA’s approval of Part 218 only applies to light-duty vehicles
12/28/00 1/31/05
70 FR 4773
 
12/28/00 1/31/05
70 FR 4773
 
12/28/00 1/31/05
70 FR 4773
 
5/28/92 1/6/95
60 FR 2025
 
12/28/00 1/31/05
70 FR 4773
 
12/28/00 1/31/05
70 FR 4773
 
12/28/00 1/31/05
70 FR 4773
 
12/28/00 1/31/05
70 FR 4773
 
Part 219, Incinerators [PDF 143 KB, 5 pages]
5/1/72
09/22/72
37 FR 19814
NA
Part 220, Portland Cement Plant and Glass Plants [PDF 97 KB, 3 pages]
7/11/10
7/12/13
78 FR 41846
SIP revisions submitted in accordance with §220-1.6(b)(4) and 220-2.3(a)(4) are effective only if approved by EPA.
Part 222, Incinerators--New York City, Nassau and Westchester Counties [PDF 86 KB, 3 pages]
 6/17/72
9/22/72
37 FR 19814
NA
Part 223, Petroleum Refineries [PDF 296 KB, 8 pages]
8/9/84
7/19/85
50 FR 29382
NA
Part 224, Sulfuric and Nitric Acid Plants [PDF 133 KB, 4 pages]
5/10/84
7/19/85
50 FR 29382
Variances adopted by the State pursuant to Part 224.6(b) become applicable only if approved by EPA as SIP revisions 7/19/85, 50 FR 29382
Subpart 225-1, Fuel Composition and Use-Sulfur Limitations [PDF 306 KB, 7 pages]
3/24/79
11/12/81
46 FR 55690
Variances adopted by the State pursuant to Secs. 225.2(b) and (c), 225.3, and 225.5(c) become applicable only if approved by EPA as SIP revisions (40 CFR 52.1675(e)).J
Subpart 225-2, Fuel Composition and Use-Waste Fuel [PDF 483 KB, 13 pages]
7/28/83
8/2/84
49 FR 30939
NA
Subpart 225-3, Fuel Composition and Use Gasoline [PDF 803 KB, 11 pages] 11/4/01 9/8/05
70 FR 53304
The Variance adopted by the State pursuant to section 225-3.5 becomes applicable only if approved by EPA as a SIP revision.
Part 226, Solvent Cleaning Processes [PDF 350 KB, 4 pages]
5/7/03
1/23/04
69 FR 3237
NA
Part 227, Stationary Combustion Installations (1972 version) section 227.2(b)(1) [PDF 196 KB, 6 pages]
5/1/72
9/22/72
37 FR 19814
NA
Part 227, Stationary Combustion Installations
Existing Part 227 is renumbered to Subpart 227-1
Subpart 227-1, Stationary Combustion Installations [PDF 214 KB, 5 pages]
2/25/00
5/22/01
66 FR 28063
Renumbered sections 227-1.2(a)(2), 227-1.4(a), and 227-1.4(d) continue to be disapproved according to 40 CFR 52.1678(d) and 52.1680(a). (New York repealed existing Part 227.5.)
Subpart 227-2, Reasonably Available Control Technology (RACT) for Major Facilities of Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) [PDF 686 KB, 13 pages] 7/8/10 7/12/13
78 FR 41846
SIP revisions submitted in accordance with § 227-2.3(c) are effective only if approved by EPA.
Subpart 227-3, Pre-2003 Nitrogen Oxides Emissions Budget and Allowance Program [PDF 1.1 MB, 23 pages]
3/5/99
5/22/01
66 FR 28063
Approval of NOx Budget Trading Program for 1999, 2000, 2001 and 2002. NOx caps in the State during 2003 and thereafter established in Part 204
Part 228, Surface Coating Processe Commercial and Industrial Adhesives, Sealants and Primers [PDF 1.1 MB, 16 pages] 06/05/13 3/4/12
79 FR 12082
NA
Part 229, Petroleum and Volatile Organic Liquid Storage and Transfer [PDF 680 KB, 13 pages]
4/4/93
12/23/97
62 FR 67006
Sip revisions submitted in accordance with Section 229.3(g)(1) are effective only if approved by EPA.
Part 230, Gasoline Dispensing Sites and Transport Vehicles [PDF 550 KB, 9 pages]
9/22/94
4/30/98
63 FR 23668
NA
Part 231,  New Source Review for New and Modified Facilities [3.5 MB, 88 pp] 3/5/09 11/17/10,
75 FR 70142
Partial approval; no action taken on provisions that may require PSD permits for sources of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions with emissions below the thresholds identified in EPA’s final PSD and Title V GHG Tailoring Rule at 75 FR 31514, 31606 (June 3, 2010).
Part 232, Dry Cleaning [PDF 88 KB, 3 pages]
8/11/83
6/17/85
50 FR 25079
EPA has not determined that Sec. 232.3(a) provides for reasonably available control technology.
Part 233, Pharmaceutical and Cosmetic Manufacturing Processes [PDF 447 KB, 9 pages]
4/4/93
12/23/97
62 FR 67006
SIP revisions submitted in accordance with Section 223.3(h)(1) are effective only if approved by EPA.
Part 234, Graphic Arts [PDF 542 KB, 11 pages] 7/8/10
03/08/12
77 FR 13974
SIP revisions submitted in accordance with § 234.3(f) are effective only if approved by EPA.
Part 235, Consumer Products [36K, 9 pp] 10/15/09 5/28/10,
 75 FR 29897
 
Part 236, Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Facility Component Leaks [PDF 409, 13 pages]
1/12/92
7/27/93
58 FR 40059
Variances adopted by the State pursuant to Part 236.6(e)(3) become applicable only if approved by EPA as a SIP revision.
Part 239, Portable Fuel Container Spillage Control [57K, 4 pp] 7/30/09 5/28/10
75 FR 29897
The specific application of provisions associated with alternate test methods, variances, and innovative products, must be submitted to EPA as SIP revisions.
Part 241, Asphalt Pavement and Asphalt Based Surface Coating [383K, 6 pp] 1/1/11 3/8/12
77 FR 13974
 
Part 243, CAIR NOX Ozone Season Trading Program 10/19/07 1/24/08
73 FR 4112
 
Part 244, CAIR NOX Annual Trading Program 10/19/
7
1/24/08,
73 FR 4112
 
Part 245, CAIR SO2Trading Program 10/19/07 1/24/08
73 FR 4112
 
Part 249, Best Available Retrofit Technology (BART) [668K, 8 pp] 5/6/10 8/28/12
77 FR 51915
 
Title 15:
Part 79, “Motor Vehicle Inspection Regulations” Sections 79.1–79.15,
9.17, 79.20, 79.21, 79.24, 79.25
[5.9MB, 62 pp]
12/29/10 2/28/12
77 FR 11742
 
Title 19:
Part 937, Access To Publicly Available Records [62 KB, 1 pp] 8/27/12 6/20/13
78 FR 37124
Only subpart 937.1(a) is approved into the SIP and is for the limited purpose of satisfying Clean Air Act Section 128(a)(2).
Environmental Conservation Law
Section 19-0325 [59 KB, 1 pp] 7/15/10 8/28/12
77 FR 51915
 
Public Officers Law
Section 73-a, Financial disclosure [29 KB, 1 pp] 8/15/11 6/20/13
78 FR 37124
Only subsections 73-a (2)(a)(i) and (ii) are approved into the SIP and are for the limited purpose of satisfying Clean Air Act Section 128(a)(2).

 


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