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Delaware General AssemblyDelaware RegulationsMonthly Register of RegulationsMarch 2017

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*Please Note: The submitted Final Revision to Delaware’s State Implementation Plan (“SIP”) to address the Start-up, Shutdown, and Malfunction SIP Call of the United States Environmental Protection Agency (U.S. EPA) (Secretary’s Order No. 2016-A-0047), that was published as a General Notice in the January 2017 issue of the Delaware Register of Regulations (20 DE Reg. 567), contained typographical errors. The State Implementation Plan Revision was approved as originally published in the October 2016 issue of the Register (20 DE Reg. 317). The correct version is reprinted below. The effective date of the General Notice remains the same.
2.1 7 DE Admin. Code 1104, Particulate Emissions from Fuel Burning Equipment
2.1.1 Delaware requests that EPA revise 7 DE Admin. Code 1104, Particulate Emissions from Fuel Burning Equipment, in the Delaware SIP as follows1:
2.1 Reserved. No person shall cause or allow the emission of particulate matter in excess of 0.3 pound per million BTU heat input, maximum two-hour average, from any fuel burning equipment.
2.2 7 DE Admin. Code 1105, Particulate Emissions from Industrial Process Operations
2.2.1 Delaware requests that EPA revise 7 DE Admin. Code 1105 Particulate Emissions from Industrial Process Operations, in the Delaware SIP as follows2:
2.1 Reserved. No person shall cause or allow particulate emissions into the atmosphere from any source not provided for in subsequent sections of this Regulation in excess of 0.2 grains per standard cubic foot.
2.3 7 DE Admin. Code 1108, Sulfur Dioxide Emissions from Fuel Burning Equipment. For 7 DE Admin. Code 1108 the provision EPA identified as deficient (i.e., 1.2) was removed from the Regulation under Secretary's Order (2013-A-0021), which was signed on 6/11/2013 and submitted to the EPA as a SIP revision. Since this SIP Call only deals with 1.2 of 1108, and since the revised regulation which does not include 1.2 was submitted to the EPA as a SIP revision, no further action is required under this SIP Call by Delaware relative to 7 DE Admin. Code 1108.
2.4 7 DE Admin. Code 1109, Emissions of Sulfur Compounds from Industrial Operations. For 7 DE Admin. Code 1109 Delaware requests that the EPA remove the entire regulation from the Delaware SIP 3.
2.5 7 DE Admin. Code 1114, Visible Emissions. For 7 DE Admin. Code 1114 Delaware requests that the EPA remove the entire regulation from the Delaware SIP 4.
2.6 7 DE Admin. Code 1124, Control of Volatile Organic Compound Emissions. For 7 DE Admin. Code 1124 Delaware requests that the EPA remove the provision EPA identified as deficient (1.4) from the Delaware SIP as follows:
1.4 Reserved. The provisions of this regulation shall not apply to the startup and shutdown of equipment which operates continuously or in an extended steady-state when emissions from such equipment during startup and shutdown are governed by an Operating Permit issued pursuant to the provisions of 2.0 of 7 DE Admin. Code 1102.
2.7 7 DE Admin. Code 1142, Section 2.0, Control of NOx Emissions from Industrial Boilers and Process Heaters at Petroleum Refineries. For 7 DE Admin. Code 1142 Delaware requests that the EPA remove the provision EPA identified as deficient (2.3.1.6) from the Delaware SIP as follows:
2.3.1.6 Reserved. The standards set out in 2.3 of this regulation shall not apply to the start-up and shutdown of equipment when emissions from such equipment during a start-up and shutdown are addressed in an operation permit issued pursuant to the provisions of 7 DE Admin. Code 1102.

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