AMENDED

REGULAR MEETING/ HEARING AGENDA

AIR QUALITY COUNCIL

April 17, 2002   10:00 a.m.

OSU @ Tulsa, North Hall Room 150

707 North Greenwood

Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

                                                Please turn off your cell phones.

 

  1. Call to Order – David Branecky

 

  1. Roll Call – Myrna Bruce

 

  1. Approval of Minutes -- January 16, 2002 Regular Meeting

 

  1. Public Rulemaking Hearings

 

A.                 OAC 252:100-39-47  Emission of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Nonattainment Areas and Former Nonattainment Areas [AMENDED]

Appendix N.  Specialty Coatings VOC Content Limits and Equations [NEW]

           

The Department proposes changes to Section 47 of Subchapter 39 to replace the existing ARACT (Alternate Reasonable Available Control Technology) for aerospace sources in Tulsa County with the requirements contained in the EPA Guideline Series:  Control of Volatile Organic Compounds Emissions from Coating Operations at Aerospace Manufacturing and Rework Operations, EPA-453/R-97-004, December 1997.

 

1.       Presentation – Joyce Sheedy

2.       Questions and discussion by Council/Public

3.       Possible action by Council

4.       Roll call vote for permanent and emergency adoption 

RECOMMENDED TO ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY BOARD

B.           OAC 252:100-11-2 and 11-6(b)(2) Alternative Emissions Reduction

         Plans and Authorizations [AMENDED]

 

The Department proposes changes to Subchapter 11 that will enhance an applicant's chance of receiving EPA’s approval of an alternative emissions reduction plan as a source-specific SIP revision.  The changes include the requirement that the plan provide for an actual reduction in emissions and, that the applicant provide sufficient information to demonstrate this reduction and to demonstrate that the plan will not adversely effect the ability to meet ambient air standards.  The proposed changes reduce the confusion regarding facility vs. source, revise public notice requirements in Section 6, and add a new Section 7 on compliance.

 

1.       Presentation – Joyce Sheedy

2.       Questions and discussion by Council/Public

3.       Possible action by Council

4.       Roll call vote for permanent adoption 

CONTINUED TO JULY 17 AIR QUALITY COUNCIL MEETING

 

C.  OAC   252:100-8 Permits for Part 70 Sources [AMENDED]

      OAC 252:100-39 Emission of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in Nonattainment Areas and Former Nonattainment Areas [AMENDED]

      OAC   252:100-43  Sampling and Testing Methods [AMENDED]

      OAC   252:100-45  Monitoring of Emissions [REVOKED]

 

These  amendments are  proposed  to  the  Council as a single action. The changes merge

the requirements of Subchapter 45 into Subchapters 8 and 43 and revoke Subchapter 45.  In addition, two new sections unrelated to Subchapter 45 are proposed for Subchapter 43.  Section 252:100-43-1.1 Definitions, will define the terms:  method, monitoring and test.  Section 252:100-43-1.2 Applicability, now clarifies that Subchapter 43 may not be used to avoid compliance with applicable, but more stringent, federal or state rules.  The proposed changes also amend and move section 252:100-43-15 to a new section in Subchapter 39, 252:100-39-41.1 to reflect this change.

 

1.       Presentation – Max Price

2.       Questions and discussion by Council/Public

3.       Possible action by Council

4.       Roll call vote for permanent adoption

CONTINUED TO JULY 17 AIR QUALITY COUNCIL MEETING

D.   OAC 252:100-5 Registration, Emissions Inventory and Annual Operating Fees [AMENDED]

 

The Department proposes to amend 252:100-5-2.1 by requiring stack testing to verify reported emissions for certain categories of fuel-burning equipment.  Testing will be required after every 43,000 hours of operation, provided there is no other credible method available to verify the reported emissions.  The new requirement supplements existing requirements for verification of incomplete or incorrect facility emission inventories contained in 252:100-5-2.1(e).

 

1.       Presentation – Max Price

2.       Questions and discussion by Council/Public

3.       Possible action by Council

4.      Roll call vote for permanent adoption

CONTINUED TO JULY 17 AIR QUALITY COUNCIL MEETING

5.      8-hour Ozone Standard Implementation Update – Eddie Terrill  

 

  1. Division Director’s Report – Eddie Terrill

 

  1. New Business – (Any matter not known about, or which could not have been reasonably foreseen prior to the time of posting the Agenda.)

 

  1. Adjournment -- Next Regular Meeting will be at 9 a.m. July 17, 2002, Great Plains Technology Center, 4500 West Lee Blvd.  Room 301, Lawton, Oklahoma

 

Lunch Break, if necessary

 

 

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