NCUAQMD RULE 1-4-492 NT'L EMIS STDS HAZRD AP/NESHAPS
LAST REVISED 11/11/11

RULE 492 - NATIONAL EMISSION STANDARDS FOR HAZARDOUS AIR POLLUTANTS (NESHAPS)

The provisions of Part 61, Chapter 1, Title 40, Code of Federal Regulations, and dated as follows, 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 national emission standards for hazardous air pollutants 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 NESHAPS are listed below:

40 CFR 61 Last

Category - NESHAPS Subpart Amended

General Provisions A Mar 7, 1990

Beryllium C Nov 7, 1985

Beryllium Rocket Motor Firing D Nov 7, 1985

Mercury E Mar 14, 1987

Vinyl Chloride F Jul 10, 1990

Equipment Leaks of Benzene

(Fugitive Emissions) J Aug 19, 1988

Benzene Emissions from Coke By-Products

Recovery Plants L Sep 19, 1991

Asbestos M(1) Nov 20, 1990

Equipment Leaks (Fugitive Emissions) V Sep 30, 1986

Benzene Emissions from Benzene Storage

Vessels Y Sep 14, 1989

Note (1) - Viewports: Any owner or operator of a demolition or renovation project that is subject to 40 CFR.-61, Subpart M (NESHAPS) and required to construct physical barriers for the purpose of controlling asbestos emissions, shall install transparent viewing ports which allow observation, to the extent possible, of all stripping and removal of regulated asbestos containing material from outside the containment area.