NORTH COAST UNIFIED AIR QUALITY MANAGEMENT DISTRICT

RULE 490 - FEDERAL NEW SOURCE PERFORMANCE STANDARDS (NSPS)

All new sources of air contaminants or modifications to existing sources shall comply with the rules, standards, criteria and requirements of Part 60, Chapter 1, Title 40, Code of Federal Regulations, and dated as follows, which are adopted by reference and made a part of these rules and regulations. For the purpose of this rule, the word "Administrator" as used in these federal new source performance standards shall mean the Control Officer of the District, except that the Control Officer shall not be empowered to approve alternate or equivalent test methods nor alternative standards/work practices. Other deviations from these federal standards as presented in the CFR and which were ordered by the District Board to suit the needs of the District are noted in the affected Subpart. Whenever any source is subject to more than one rule, regulation, provision, or requirement relating to the control of any air contaminant in cases of conflict or duplication, the most stringent rule, regulation provision, or requirement shall apply.

Category types subject to NSPS are listed below:

 
CATEGORY - NSPS

 40 CFR 60 Subpart

 
Last Amended


 General Provisions

 A

 June 24, 1985

 Adoption and Submittal of State Plans for Designated Facilities

 B

 

 Fossil - Fuel Fired Steam Generators

 D

 September 27, 1984

 Electric Utility Steam Generating Units

 Da(1)

 September 27, 1984

 Industrial-Commercial-Institutional Steam Generating Units

 Db(1)

 December 16, 1987

 Incinerators

 E

 March 3, 1978

 Portland Cement Plants

 F

March 3, 1978 

 Nitric Acid Plants

 G

 April 23, 1985

 Sulfuric Acid Plants

 H

 October 20, 1983

 Asphalt Concrete Plants

 January 24, 1986

 Petroleum Refineries - Fluid Catalytic Cracking Unit Generators

 J

 August 17, 1989

 Petroleum Storage Vessels (constructed June 11, 1973 to May 19, 1978)

 K

 January 27, 1983

 Petroleum Storage Vessels (constructed after May 19, 1978)

 Ka

 January 27, 1983

 Volatile Organic Liquid Storage Vessels

 Kb(2)

 June 16, 1989

 Secondary Lead Smelters

 L

 March 3, 1978

 Secondary Brass and Bronze Ingot Production

 M

 October 30, 1984

 Iron and Steel Plants

 N

  January 2, 1986

 Secondary Emissions from Basic Oxygen Process Steelmaking Facilities

 Na

 February 14, 1990

 Sewage Treatment Plants

 O

 March 3, 1978

 Primary Copper Smelters

 P

 May 25, 1983

 Primary Zinc Smelters

 Q

 May 25, 1983

 Primary Lead Smelters

 R

 May 25, 1983

 Primary Aluminum Reduction Plants

 S

 May 23, 1983

 Wet Process Phosphoric Acid Plants

 T

 February 17, 1983

 Super Phosphoric Acid Plants

 U

 February 17, 1983

 Diammonium Phosphate Plants

 V

 February 17, 1983

 Triple Super Phosphate Plants

 W

 February 17, 1983

 Granular Triple Super Phosphate Storage

 X

  January 27, 1983

 Coal Preparation Plants

 Y

  January 27, 1983

 Ferro Alloy Production

 Z

  January 27, 1983

 Steel Plants - Electric Arc Furnaces

 AA

 October 31, 1984

 Elec. Arc Furnaces & Argon-Oxygen Vessels

 AAa

 October 31, 1984

 Kraft Pulp Mills

 BB

 May 20, 1986

 Glass Manufacturing [except Sec.60292(d & e)]

 CC

 October 19, 1984

 Grain Elevators

 DD

 August 3, 1978

 Surface Coating of Metal Furniture EE(1)

 EE(1)

 April 30, 1985

 Stationary Gas Turbines

 GG

 July 31, 1984

 Lime Manufacturing

 HH

 April 26, 1984

 Lead - Acid Battery Manufacture

 KK

 April 16, 1982

 Metallic Mineral Processing Plants

 LL

 February 21, 1984

 Auto and Light - Duty Truck Surface Coating

 MM(1)

 September 9, 1985

 Phosphate Rock Plants

 NN

 April 16,1982

 Ammonium Sulfate Manufacturing

 PP

 November 12,1980

 Graphic Arts Industry - Rotogravure Printing

 QQ(1)

 January 10,1983

 Pressure Sensitive Tape & Label Surface Coating

 RR(1)

 October 18,1983

 Industrial Surface Coating, Large Appliances

 SS(1)

 October 27,198

 Metal Coil Surface Coating

 TT(1)

 January 10,1983

 Asphalt Processing and Asphalt Roofing Manufacture

 UU

 August 6,1982

 Synthetic Organic Chemical Manufacturing Industry

 VV(2)

 June 29,1984

 Beverage Can Surface Coating Industry

 WW(1)

 August 25,1983

 Bulk Gasoline Terminals

 XX(3)

 June 24,1986

 New Residential Wood Heaters

 AAA

 April 12,1988

 Rubber Tire Manufacturing Industry

 BBB

 September 19,1989

 Flexible Vinyl and Urethane Coating & Printing

 FFF(1)

 August 17,1984

 Equipment Leaks of VOC in Petroleum Refineries

 GGG(2)

 May 30,1984

 Synthetic Fiber Production Facilities

 HHH(1)

 April 27,1984

 Petroleum Dry Cleaners

 JJJ(2)

 September 21,1984

 Equipment Leaks of VOC from Onshore Natural Gas Processing Plants

 KKK

 June 24,1985

 Onshore Natural Gas Processing Plants; So2

 LLL

 February 14, ,1989

 Non-metallic Mineral Processing Plants

 OOO

 August 1,1985

 Wool Fiberglass Insulation Mfg. Plants

 PPP

 February 25,1985

 VOC Emissions from Petroleum Wastewater Systems

 QQQ

 November 23,1988

 Magnetic Tape Coating Facilities

 SSS

 October 3,1988

 Industrial Surface Coating of Plastic Parts for Business Machines

 TTT

 January 29,1988

 Polymeric Coating of Supporting Substrates Facilities

 VVV

 Sept 11,1989


Note (1) The emissions averaging periods specified in the federal standard are deleted and replaced with 24-hour maximum emissions averaging periods for affected facilities in the District.

Note (2) The observation of a leak in excess of the requirements of the rule constitutes a violation of the rule.

Note (3) California Air Resources Board (CARB) Certification and Test Procedures for Vapor Recovery Systems of Gasoline Delivery Tanks shall be followed in lieu of the federal procedure as shown in the CFR. Documentation and record keeping requirements shall record results of CARB Certification Tests.