Implementation Information for the Surface Coating MACTs - Common files
NOTICE: This page provides information that may be useful across all surface coating rules.
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Links to Other RulesImportant: This is an experimental page that continues to be updated and improved. The page attempts to identify multi-media Federal regulations that may be applicable to surface coating facilities. We have tried to make this webpage as inclusive as possible but not all applicable regulations may be listed here.
Rules listed below link to EPA webpages or other references that contain information about the topic area. If you know of a common regulation that is missing from here but may apply to surface coating operations, please contact Ingrid Ward, email@example.com.
Compliance AssuranceOECA Compliance Assurance Page
Compliance Assurance Monitoring
Compliance Certification Rules
Periodic Monitoring Rule
Delisting UpdatesHAP and VOC Delisting Rules
Other MACT Program RegulationsGeneral Provisions
Halogenated Solvent Degreasing
Industrial/Commercial/Institutional Boilers and Process Heaters
Miscellaneous Organic Chemical NESHAP
Miscellaneous Coating Manufacturing
Printing & Publishing
Technical Support Document for Printers and Publishers - Pending
NAAQSNAAQS Ozone Non-Attainment Redesignations
National VOC Emission Standards for Consumer & Commercial Products
Other Air Toxics112j MACT Hammer
Consumer and Commercial Products - Architectural Coatings, Automobile Refinish Coatings, Consumer Products-183(e) Rules
New Source Review (NSR)
Ozone/Chloroflorocarbon (CFC) Program
Potential To Emit (PTE)
RCRAToxic Release Inventory (Lead Compound Reporting)
Solvent Contaminated Wipes
Water IssuesSpill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure Plans (SPCC)
Miscellaneous8/31/01 Establishment of Electronic Reporting; Electronic Records
2/12/99 Recordkeeping and Reporting Burden Reduction
Safety and HealthWall Paint Exposure Assessment Model (WPEM) - estimates the potential exposure of consumers and workers to the chemicals emitted from wall paint which is applied using a roller or a brush.
NIOSH - Recommendations for Control of Occupational Safety and Health Hazards for Manufacture of Paint and Allied Coating Products (NIOSH 84-115, 9/84)
OSHA - Safety and Health Topics: Spray Operations
eLCOSH - Electronic Library of Construction Occupational Safety and Health.
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