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Appendix 1 Final MACT Standards

Source Category
Affected
40 CFR Part 63 Subpart(s) Final Federal
Register Date
Compliance Date
2 Year Schedule
Dry Cleaning M September 22, 1993
58 Fed. Reg. 49,354
September 23, 1996
Hazardous Organic
NESHAP
F, G, H, I April 22, 1994
59 Fed. Reg. 19,402
New Sources—May 12, 1998
H—May 12, 1999
F/G—May 14, 2001
4 Year Schedule
Aerospace Industry GG September 1, 1995
60 Fed. Reg. 45,948
September 1, 1998
Asbestos delisted November 30, 1995
60 Fed. Reg. 61,550
Chromium Electroplating N January 25, 1995
60 Fed. Reg. 4948
January 25, 1996 (deco)
January 25, 1997 (others)
Coke Ovens L October 27, 1993
58 Fed. Reg. 57,898
Commercial Sterilizers O December 6, 1994
59 Fed. Reg. 62,585
December 6, 1998
Halogenated Solvent Cleaners T December 2, 1994
59 Fed. Reg. 61,801
December 2, 1997
Gasoline Distribution R December 14, 1994
59 Fed. Reg. 64,303
December 15, 1997
Hazardous Waste Combustion Parts 60, 63, 260, 261, 264–6, 270, 271 September 30, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 52,828
September 30, 2002
Industrial Cooling Towers Q September 8, 1994
59 Fed. Reg. 46,339
March 8, 1995
Magnetic Tape EE December 15, 1994
59 Fed. Reg. 64,580
December 15, 1997 (w/new control devices)

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Marine Vessel Loading Operation Y September 19, 1995
60 Fed. Reg. 48,388
September 19, 1998 (RACT)
September 19, 1999 (MACT)
Off-Site Waste Recovery Operations DD July 1, 1996
61 Fed. Reg. 34,140
July 1, 2000
Petroleum Refineries CC August 18, 1995
60 Fed. Reg. 43,244
August 18, 1998
Polymers & Resins Ia U September 5, 1996
61 Fed. Reg. 46,906
July 31, 1997
Polymers & Resine II W March 8, 1995
60 Fed. Reg. 12,670
March 3, 1998
Polymers & Resins IVb JJJ September 12, 1996
61 Fed. Reg. 48,208
July 31, 1997
Printing/Publishing KK May 30, 1996
61 Fed. Reg. 27,132
May 30, 1999
Secondary Lead Smelters X June 23, 1995
60 Fed. Reg. 32,587
June 23, 1997
Shipbuilding & Ship Repair II December 15, 1995
60 Fed. Reg. 64,330
December 16, 1996
Wood Furniture JJ December 7, 1995
60 Fed. Reg. 62,930
November 21, 1997
7 Year Schedule
Chromium Chemical Manufacturing delisted June 4, 1996
61 Fed. Reg. 28,197
Electric Arc Furnace delisted June 4, 1996
61 Fed. Reg. 28,197
Ferroalloys Production XXX May 20, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 27,450
May 20, 2001
Flexible Polyurethane Foam Production III October 7, 1998
63 Fed. Reg. 53,980
October 8, 2001
Generic MACT YY June 29, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 34,854
June 29, 2002
Mineral Wool Production DDD June 1, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 29,490
June 1, 2002
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Nylon 6 Production delisted February 12, 1998
63 Fed. Reg. 7155
Oil & Natural Gas Production HH June 17, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 32,610
June 17, 2002
Pesticide Active Ingredient Production MMM June 23, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 33,550
June 30, 2002
Phosphoric Acid Plants AA June 10, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 31,376
June 10, 2002
Phosphate Fertilizers
Production Plants
BB June 10, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 31,382
June 10, 2002
Polyether Polyols Production PPP June 1, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 29,420
June 1, 2002
Polymers & Resins III OOO January 20, 2000
64 Fed. Reg. 3275
January 20, 2003
Portland Cement Manufacturing LLL June 14, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 31,898
June 10, 2002
Primary Aluminum Production LL October 7, 1997
62 Fed. Reg. 52,384
October 7, 1999
Primary Lead Smelters TTT June 4, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 30,194
June 4, 2002
POTWs VVV October 26, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 57,572
October 26, 2002
Pulp & Paper (non-combust) S April 15, 1998
63 Fed. Reg. 18,504
April 15, 2001
Pulp & Paper (non-chem) S March 8, 1996
61 Fed. Reg. 9383
April 16, 2001
Secondary Aluminum RRR March 23, 2000
65 Fed. Reg. 15,689
March 23, 2003
Steel-Picking-HCL Process CCC June 22, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 33,202
June 22, 2001
Tetrahydrobenzaldehyde Manufacture (THBA) F May 12, 1998
63 Fed. Reg. 26,078
May 12, 2001
Wood Treatment MACT delisted June 4, 1996
61 Fed. Reg. 28,197
Wool Fiberglass Manufacturing NNN June 14, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 31,695
June 14, 2001
10 Year Schedule
Aerosol Can-Filling Facilities delisted November 18, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 63,025
Antimony Oxides Manufacturing delisted November 18, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 63,025
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Cyanuric Chloride Production delisted February 12, 1998
63 Fed. Reg. 7155
Lead Acid Battery Manufacturing delisted June 4, 1996
61 Fed. Reg. 28,197
Natural Gas Transmission & Storage
HHH June 17, 1999
64 Fed. Reg. 32,610
June 17, 2002

[*PG355]Appendix 2 Proposed MACT Standards

Source Category
Affected
40 CFR Part 63 Subpart(s) Proposed Publication
Date and Citation
Tentative
Final Date
Selected Combustion Sources MM April 15, 1998
63 Fed. Reg. 18,754
December 15, 2000
Manufacturing Nutritional Yeast CCCC October 19, 1998
63 Fed. Reg. 55,812
December, 2000
Petroleum Refineries UUU September 11, 1998
63 Fed. Reg. 48,890
September, 2000
Primary Copper QQQ April 20, 1998
63 Fed. Reg. 19,582
November, 2000
Solvent Extraction for Vegetable Oil GGGG May 26, 2000
65 Fed. Reg. 34,252
April, 2001
Wet Formed Fiberglass Mat Production HHHH May 26, 2000
65 Fed. Reg. 34,278
April, 2001
[*PG356]Appendix 3 Approaches to Establishing MACT Floor Standards

HAP or HAP Surrogate Existing Sources
Emissions Standard
New Sources
Emissions Standard
Standards for Existing and New Hazardous Waste Incineratorsc
Dioxin/Furan 0.20 ng TEQ/dscm; or 0.40 ng TEQ/dscm and temperature at inlet to the initial particulate matter control device < 400 degrees F 0.20 ng TEQ/dscm
Mercury 130 ug/dscm 45ug/dscm
Particulate Matter 34 mg/dscm (0.015 gr/dscf) 34 mg/dscm (0.015 gr/dscf)
Semivolatile Metals 240 ug/dscm 24 ug/dscm
Low Volatile Metals 97 ug/dscm 97 ug/dscm
Hydrochloric Acid/
Chlorine Gas
77 ppmv 21 ppmv
Hydrocarbons 10 ppmv (or 100 ppmv carbon monoxide) 10 ppmv (or 100 ppmv carbon monoxide)
Destruction and
Removal Efficiency
99.99% for each specific principal organic hazardous constituent, except 99.9999% for specified dioxin-listed wastes 99.99% for each specific principal organic hazardous constituent, except 99.9999% for specified dioxin-listed wastes
Standards for Existing and New Cement Kilnsd
Dioxin/Furan 0.20 ng TEQ/dscm; or 0.40 ng TEQ/dscm and control of flue gas temperature not to exceed 400 degrees F at the inlet to the particulate matter control device 0.20 ng TEQ/dscm; or 0.40 ng TEQ/dscm and control of flue gas temperature not to exceed 400 degrees F at the inlet to the particulate matter control device
Mercury7 120 ug/dscm 56 ug/dscm
Particulate Matter 0.15 kg/mg dry feed and 20% opacity 0.15 kg/mg dry feed and 20% opacity
Semivolatile Metals 240 ug/dscm 180 ug/dscm
Low Volatile Metals 56 ug/dscm 54 ug/dscm
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Hydrochloric Acid/ Chlorine Gas 130 ppmv 86 ppmv
Hydrocarbons: Kilns w/o bypass 20 ppmv (or 100 ppmv carbon monoxide) Greenfield kilns: 20 ppmv (or 100 ppmv carbon monoxide and 50 ppmv hydrocarbons);
All others: 20 ppmv (or 100 ppmv carbon monoxide)
Hydrocarbons: Kilns w/bypass—main stack No main stack standard 50 ppmv
Hydrocarbons: Kilns w/bypass—bypass duct and stack 10 ppmv (or 100 ppmv carbon monoxide) 10 ppmv (or 100 ppmv carbon monoxide)
Destruction and Removal Efficiency 99.99% for each principal organic hazardous constituent (POHC) designated; if burning hazardous wastes F020, F021, F022, F023, F026, or F027, 99.9999% for each POHC designated 99.99% for each principal organic hazardous constituent (POHC) designated; if burning hazardous wastes F020, F021, F022, F023, F026, or F027, 99.9999% for each POHC designated
Standards for Existing and New Lightweight Aggregate Kilnse
Dioxin/Furan 0.20 ng TEQ/dscm; or 0.40 ng TEQ/dscm and rapid quench of the flue gas at the exit of the kiln to less than 400 degrees 0.20 ng TEQ/dscm; or 0.40 ng TEQ/dscm and rapid quench of the flue gas at the exit of the kiln to less than 400 degrees
Mercury 47 ug/dscm 43 ug/dscm
Particulate Matter 57 mg/dscm (0.025 gr/dscf) 57 mg/dscm (0.025 gr/dscf)
Semivolatile Metals 250 ug/dscm 43 ug/dscm
Low Volatile Metals 110 ug/dscm 110 ug/dscm
Hydrochloric Acid/
Chlorine Gas
230 ppmv 41 ppmv
Hydrocarbons 20 ppmv (or 100 ppmv carbon monoxide) 20 ppmv (or 100 ppmv carbon monoxide)

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Destruction and
Removal Efficiency
99.99% for each principal organic hazardous constituent (POHC) designated; if burning hazardous wastes F020, F021, F022, F023, F026, or F027, 99.9999% for each POHC designated 99.99% for each principal organic hazardous constituent (POHC) designated; if burning hazardous wastes F020, F021, F022, F023, F026, or F027, 99.9999% for each POHC designated

Note, however, that other HAPs from Portland cement kilns may also be regulated through the MACT standards promulgated for the Portland cement manufacturing source category.f
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Appendix 4
Program Level Criteriag

Program Level 1 Program Level 2 Program Level 3
No accidents in the previous five years that resulted in any offsite: death, injury, response, or restoration activities at an environmental receptor The process is not eligible for Program Level 1 nor subject to Program Level 3 Process is not eligible for Program Level 1
AND AND
No public receptors in worst-case circle Process is subject to OSHA PSM
AND OR
Emergency response coordinated with local responders Process is classified in
NAICS code:

32211 Pulp mills
32411 Petroleum refineries
32511 Petrochemical
manufacturers

325181 Alkalies and chlorine
325188 Industrial inorganic
chemicals

325192 Cyclic crudes
325199 Industrial organic
chemicals

325211 Plastics and resins
325311 Nitrogenous fertilizers
32532 Agricultural chemicals
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Appendix 5
RMP Update Requirementsh
Change That Occurs at Facility Date by Which RMP Update Must Be Submitted
No changes occur Within 5 years of initial submission
A newly regulated substance is first listed by EPA Within 3 years of date EPA listed new substance
A regulated substance is first present above its threshold quantity in:
– a process already covered or – a new process
On or before date the quantity of the regulated substance exceeds threshold in the process
A change occurs that results in a revised PHA or hazard review Within 6 months of the change
A change occurs that requires a revised offsite consequence analysis Within 6 months of the change
A change occurs that alters the Program level that previously applied to any covered process Within 6 months of the change
A change occurs that makes the facility no longer subject to the requirement to submit an RMP Submit a revised registration (indicating that an RMP is no longer required) to EPA within 6 months of the change
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Appendix 6
Comparison of Program Requirementsi
Program Level 1 Program Level 2 Program Level 3
Record of Releases
Worst-case release analysis Worst-case release analysis Worst-case release analysis
Alternative release analysis Alternative release analysis
5year accident history 5year accident history 5year accident history
Document management system Document management system
Prevention Program
Certify no additional prevention steps necessary Safety Information Process Safety Information
Hazard Review Process Hazard Analysis
Operating Procedures Operating Procedures
Training Training
Maintenance Mechanical Integrity
Incident Investigation Incident Investigation
Compliance Audit Compliance Audit
Management of Change
Pre-Startup Review
Contractors
Employee Participation
Hot Work Permits
Emergency Response Program
Coordinate with local responders Develop plan and program (if applicable) and coordinate with local responders Develop plan and program (if applicable) and coordinate with local responders
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Appendix 7
EPCRA Program Summariesj
Section 302 Section 304 Sections 311/312 Section 313
Chemicals Covered 356 extremely hazardous chemicals >1000 substances 500,000 products 650 toxic chemicals and categories
Thresholds Threshold Planning Quantities (TPQ) 1–10,000 pounds on site at one time Reportable quantity, 1–5000 pounds released in 24-hour period TPQ or 500 pounds for section 302 chemicals; 10,000 pounds on site at any one time for other chemicals 25,000 pounds per year manufactured or processed; 10,000 pounds a year used; certain bioaccumulative toxics have lower thresholds
Reporting Schedule One time notification to SERC Each time a release above TPQ occurs, notify LEPC and SERC 311—One time submission to SERC, LEPC, fire department
312—Annually by March 1 to SERC, LEPC, fire department
Annually by July 1 to EPA and state