(Adopted October 15, 1993)(Amended December 7, 1995)

RULE 2001. APPLICABILITY

(a) Purpose

This rule specifies criteria for inclusion in RECLAIM for new and existing facilities. It also specifies requirements for sources electing to enter RECLAIM and identifies provisions in District rules and regulations that do not apply to RECLAIM sources.

(b) Criteria for Inclusion in RECLAIM

The Executive Officer will maintain a listing of facilities which are subject to RECLAIM. The Executive Officer will include facilities, unless otherwise exempted pursuant to paragraph (i), if emissions fee data for 1990 or any subsequent year filed pursuant to Rule 301 - Permit Fees, shows four or more tons per year of NOx or SOx emissions where:

  1. NOx emissions do not include emissions from:
  2. (A) any NOx source which was exempt from permit pursuant to Rule - 219 Equipment Not Requiring A Written Permit Pursuant to Regulation II;

    (B) any NOx process unit which was rental equipment with a valid District Permit to Operate issued to a party other than the facility; or

    (C) on-site, off-road mobile sources.

  3. SOx emissions do not include emissions from:
  4. (A) any SOx source which was exempt from permit pursuant to Rule - 219 Equipment Not Requiring A Written Permit Pursuant to Regulation II; or

    (B) any SOx source that burned natural gas exclusively; or

    (C) any SOx process unit which was rental equipment with a valid District Permit to Operate issued to a party other than the facility; or

    (D) on-site, off-road mobile sources.

    The Executive Officer will not include a facility in RECLAIM if a permit holder requests exclusion no later than January 1, 1996 and demonstrates prior to October 15, 1993 through the addition of control equipment, the possession of a valid Permit to Construct for such control equipment, or a Permit to Operate condition that the emissions fee data received pursuant to Rule 301, which shows emissions equal to or greater than four tons per year of a RECLAIM pollutant, is not representative of future emissions.

(c) Amendments to RECLAIM Facility Listing

  1. The Executive Officer will amend the RECLAIM facility listing to add, delete, change designation of any facility or make any other necessary corrections upon any of the following actions:
  2. (A) Approval by the Executive Officer pursuant to Rule 2007 - Trading Requirements, of the permanent transfer or relinquishment of all RTCs applicable to a facility.

    (B) Approval by the Executive Officer of a change of Facility Permit holder or change of facility name.

    (C) Approval by the Executive Officer of a Facility Permit for a new facility if such new facility would, under RECLAIM, have a starting Allocation equal to or greater than four tons per year of a RECLAIM pollutant NOx or SOx, unless the facility would be exempt pursuant to paragraph (i).

    (D) Approval by the Executive Officer of a Facility Permit for an existing non-RECLAIM facility, which reports NOx or SOx emissions pursuant to Rule 301 - Permit Fees, for any year which are equal to or greater than four tons, as specified in subdivision (b), unless the facility would be exempt pursuant to paragraph (i).

    (E) Approval by the Executive Officer of the election of a facility to enter the RECLAIM program pursuant to subdivision (f).

    (F) Upon delegation of authority from EPA to the District for Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) sources and inclusion of RECLAIM in 40 CFR Part 55 pursuant to the consistency update process, such OCS sources shall be RECLAIM facilities. The OCS sources' starting Allocation for the year of entry and Allocations for the years 2000 and 2003 and interim years, shall be determined pursuant to Rule 2002 - Allocations for Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) and Oxides of Sulfur (SOx), except that fuel usage and emissions data reported to the Minerals Management Service of the Department of the Interior be utilized where emissions data reported pursuant to Rule 301 is not available, provided that the permit holder substantiates the accuracy of such fuel usage and emissions data. The starting Allocation shall be adjusted to reflect the rate of reduction which would have been applicable to the facility if it had been in the RECLAIM program as of October 15, 1993.

  3. The actions specified in this subdivision shall be effective only upon amendment of the Facility Listing.

(d) Cycles

  1. The Executive Officer will assign RECLAIM facilities to one of two compliance cycles by computer-generated random assignment which, to the extent possible, ensures an even distribution of RTCs. The Facility Listing will distinguish between Cycle 1 facilities, which will have a compliance year of January 1 to December 31 of each year, and Cycle 2 facilities, with a compliance year of July 1 to June 30 of each year.
  2. The issue and expiration dates of the RTCs allocated to a facility shall coincide with the beginning and ending dates of the facility's compliance year.
  3. Within 30 days of October 15, 1993, facilities assigned to Cycle 2 may petition the Executive Office or the Hearing Board to change their cycle designation. Facilities assigned to Cycle 1 may not petition the Executive Officer or Hearing Board to change their cycle designation. Facilities entering the RECLAIM program after October 15, 1993 will be assigned to the cycle with the greatest amount of time remaining in the compliance year.

(e) High Employment/Low Emissions (HILO) Facility Designation

A new facility may, after January 1, 1997 apply to the District for classification as a HILO Facility. The Executive Officer will approve the HILO designation upon the determination that the emission rate for NOx, SOx, ROC, and PM10 is less than or equal to one-half (1/2) of any target specified in the AQMP for emissions per full-time manufacturing employee by industry class in the year 2010.

(f) Entry Election

  1. A non-RECLAIM facility may elect to permanently enter the RECLAIM program, provided that:
  2. (A) the owner or operator files an Application for Entry;

    (B) the facility is not listed as exempt under paragraph (i)(1);

    (C) the facility is not operating under an Order for Abatement or in violation of any District rule; and

    (D) the facility is not subject to a compliance date in an existing rule within six months of the date of Application for Entry.

  3. Upon approval of an Application for Entry, the Executive Officer will issue a Facility Permit. The facility's starting Allocation for the year of entry and Allocations for the years 2000 and 2003 and interim years, shall be determined pursuant to Rule 2002 - Allocations for Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) and Oxides of Sulfur (SOx). If necessary, the Allocation shall be adjusted to equal the Allocations which would have been applicable to the facility if it had been subject to the RECLAIM program as of October 15, 1993.
  4. Entry into the RECLAIM program will be effective upon issuance of a Facility Permit pursuant to Rule 2006 - Permits, and publication of the addition of the facility to the Facility Listing.

(g) Exit from RECLAIM

No facility, on the initial Facility Listing or subsequently admitted to RECLAIM, may opt out of the program.

(h) Non-RECLAIM Facility Generation of RTCs

Non-RECLAIM facilities may not obtain RTCs due to a shutdown or curtailment of operations which occurs after October 15, 1993. ERCs generated by non-RECLAIM facilities may not be converted to RTCs if the ERCs are based on a shutdown or curtailment of operations after October 15, 1993.

(i) Exemptions

  1. The following sources, including those that are part of or located on a Department of Defense facility, shall not be included in RECLAIM and are prohibited from electing to enter RECLAIM:
  2. (A) dry cleaners;

    (B) fire fighting facilities;

    (C) construction and operation of landfill gas control, processing or landfill gas energy recovery facilities;

    (D) facilities which have converted all sources to operate on electric power prior to October 15, 1993;

    (E) police facilities;

    (F) public transit;

    (G) restaurants;

    (H) potable water delivery operations;

    (I) facilities located in the Los Angeles and Riverside County portions of the Southeast Desert Air Basin; and

    (J) facilities that have permanently ceased operations of all sources before January 1, 1994.

  3. The following sources, including those that are part of or located on a Department of Defense facility, shall not be initially included in RECLAIM but may enter the program pursuant to subdivision (f):
  4. (A) electric utilities (exemption only for the SOx program);

    (B) equipment rental facilities;

    (C) facilities possessing solely "various location" permits;

    (D) hospitals;

    (E) prisons;

    (F) publicly owned municipal waste-to-energy facilities;

    (G) portions of facilities conducting research operations;

    (H) schools or universities;

    (I) sewage treatment facilities which are publicly owned and operated consistent with an approved regional growth plan;

    (J) electric power generating systems owned and operated by the City of Burbank, City of Glendale or City of Pasadena or any of their successors;

    (K) ski resorts; and

    (L) facilities located on San Clemente Island.

(j) Rule Applicability

Facilities operating under the provisions of the RECLAIM program shall be required to comply concurrently with all provisions of District rules and regulations, except the provisions listed in Tables 1 and 2 shall not apply to NOx and SOx emissions from RECLAIM facilities after the later of the following:

  1. December 31, 1994 for Cycle 1 facilities and June 30, 1995 for Cycle 2 facilities; or
  2. the date the facility has demonstrated compliance with all monitoring and reporting requirements of Rules 2011 or 2012, as applicable.

Additionally, RECLAIM facilities shall not be required to comply with provisions of the listed District rules which have initial implementation dates in 1994.

Table 1

EXISTING RULE PROVISIONS
NOT APPLICABLE TO RECLAIM FACILITIES FOR NOx


  RULE      DESCRIPTION                           NON-APPLICABLE         
                                                  PROVISIONS           


218 Stack Monitoring Entire Rule 429 Start-up & Shutdown Exemption Entire Rule Provisions for NOx 430 Breakdown Provision Entire Rule 474 Fuel Burning Equipment - NOx (a); (b); (c); (d); & (e) 476 Steam Generating Equipment (a) and (b) 1109 Emis. of NOx Boilers & Proc. Heaters (a); (b); (c); (d); & (e) in Petroleum Refineries 1110 Emis. from Stationary I. C. Engines (b)(1), (3), (4), (5), (6), (Demo.) (7); & (c) 1110.1 Emis. from Stationary I. C. Engines (c)(1)(A); (c)(2); NOx part of (f)(2)(A)(i); & (f)(2)(B) 1110.2 Emis. from Gaseous and Liquid-Fueled NOx part of (c)(2)(A); I. C. Engines (c)(2)(B); (d)(2); & (f) 1112 Emis. of NOx from Cement Kilns (a); (b); (c); (d); & (e) 1117 Emis. of NOx from Glass Melting (a); (b); (c); (d); & (e) Furnaces 1134 Emis. of NOx from Stationary Gas (a); (b); (c); (d); (e); (f); Turbines & (g) 1135 Emis. of NOx from Electric Power (a); (b); (c); (d); (e); (f); Generating Systems (g); & (h) 1146 Emis. of NOx from Boilers, Steam (a)(6); (c)(4); (e)(1), & Generators, and Proc. Heaters (4); & NOx part of (c)(1); (c)(2)(C) 1146.1 Emis. of NOx from Small Boilers, Steam (a)(4); (c)(4); (d)(1), & Generators, and Proc. Heaters (5); & NOx part of (c)(1); (c)(2)(C); & (d)(4) 1159 Nitric Acid Units - Oxides of Nitrogen (a) & (b) Reg New Source Review Entire Regulation XIII


Table 2

EXISTING RULE PROVISIONS
NOT APPLICABLE TO RECLAIM FACILITIES FOR SOx


  RULE     DESCRIPTION                              NON-APPLICABLE         
                                                       PROVISIONS           


53 Sulfur Compounds - Concentration - L.A. all County 53 Sulfur Compounds - Concentration - all Orange County 53 Sulfur Compounds - Concentration - (a) Riverside County 53 Sulfur Compounds - Concentration - San (a) Bernardino County 53A Specific Contaminants - San Bernardino (a) County 218 Stack Monitoring Entire Rule 430 Breakdown Provisions Entire Rule 407 Liquid and Gaseous Air Contaminants (a)(2)(A) 431.1 Sulfur Content of Gaseous Fuels (a); (b); (c); (d); (e); & Attachment A 431.2 Sulfur Content of Liquid Fuels (a); (b); (c);(d); (e); & (f) 431.3 Sulfur Content of Fossil Fuels (a); (b); & (c) 468 Sulfur Recovery Units (a); & (c) 469 Sulfuric Acid Units (a) 1101 Secondary Lead Smelters/Sulfur Oxides (a) & (b) 1105 Fluid Catalytic Cracking Units SOx (a); (b); & (c) 1119 Petroleum Coke Calcining Operations - (a); & (b) Oxides of Sulfur Reg. New Source Review Entire Regulation XIII


SCAQMD RULE 2001 APPLICABILITY                      
LAST REVISED 12/07/95                      
                      
                      
                      (Adopted October 15, 1993) (Amended December 7, 1995)

          
          RULE 2001.  APPLICABILITY

          (a) Purpose

              This rule specifies criteria for inclusion in RECLAIM for new 
              and existing facilities.  It also specifies requirements for 
              sources electing to enter RECLAIM and identifies provisions in 
              District rules and regulations that do not apply to RECLAIM 
              sources.

          (b) Criteria for Inclusion in RECLAIM

              The Executive Officer will maintain a listing of facilities 
              which are subject to RECLAIM.  The Executive Officer will 
              include facilities, unless otherwise exempted pursuant to 
              paragraph (i), if emissions fee data for 1990 or any 
              subsequent year filed pursuant to Rule 301 - Permit Fees, 
              shows four or more tons per year of NOx or SOx emissions 
              where:

              (1) NOx emissions do not include emissions from:

                  (A) any NOx source which was exempt from permit pursuant 
                      to Rule - 219 Equipment Not Requiring A Written Permit 
                      Pursuant to Regulation II;

                  (B) any NOx process unit which was rental equipment with a
                      valid District Permit to Operate issued to a party 
                      other than the facility; or

                  (C) on-site, off-road mobile sources.

              (2) SOx emissions do not include emissions from:

                  (A) any SOx source which was exempt from permit pursuant 
                      to Rule - 219 Equipment Not Requiring A Written Permit 
                      Pursuant to Regulation II; or

                  (B) any SOx source that burned natural gas exclusively; or

                  (C) any SOx process unit which was rental equipment with a
                      valid District Permit to Operate issued to a party 
                      other than the facility; or

                  (D) on-site, off-road mobile sources.

                      The Executive Officer will not include a facility in 
                      RECLAIM if a permit holder requests exclusion no later 
                      than January 1, 1996 and demonstrates prior to 
                      October 15, 1993 through the addition of control 
                      equipment, the possession of a valid Permit to
                      Construct for such control equipment, or a Permit to 
                      Operate condition  that the emissions fee data 
                      received pursuant to Rule 301, which shows emissions 
                      equal to or greater than four tons per year of a 
                      RECLAIM pollutant, is not representative of future
                      emissions.
          
          (c) Amendments to RECLAIM Facility Listing

              (1) The Executive Officer will amend the RECLAIM facility
                  listing to add, delete, change designation of any facility 
                  or make any other necessary corrections upon any of the 
                  following actions:

                  (A) Approval by the Executive Officer pursuant to 
                      Rule 2007 - Trading Requirements, of the permanent 
                      transfer or relinquishment of all RTCs applicable to 
                      a facility.

                  (B) Approval by the Executive Officer of a change of
                      Facility Permit holder or change of facility name.

                  (C) Approval by the Executive Officer of a Facility Permit
                      for a new facility if such new facility would, under 
                      RECLAIM, have a starting Allocation equal to or 
                      greater than four tons per year of a RECLAIM pollutant 
                      NOx or SOx, unless the facility would be exempt 
                      pursuant to paragraph (i).

                  (D) Approval by the Executive Officer of a Facility Permit
                      for an existing non-RECLAIM facility, which reports 
                      NOx or SOx emissions pursuant to Rule 301 - Permit 
                      Fees, for any year which are equal to or greater than 
                      four tons, as specified in subdivision (b), unless 
                      the facility would be exempt pursuant to paragraph (i).

                  (E) Approval by the Executive Officer of the election of 
                      a facility to enter the RECLAIM program pursuant to 
                      subdivision (f).

                  (F) Upon delegation of authority from EPA to the District
                      for Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) sources and 
                      inclusion of RECLAIM in 40 CFR Part 55 pursuant to the 
                      consistency update process, such OCS sources shall be 
                      RECLAIM facilities.  The OCS sources' starting 
                      Allocation for the year of entry and Allocations for 
                      the years 2000 and 2003 and interim years, shall be 
                      determined pursuant to Rule 2002 - Allocations for 
                      Oxides of Nitrogen (NOx) and Oxides of Sulfur (SOx), 
                      except that fuel usage and emissions data reported to 
                      the Minerals Management Service of the Department of 
                      the Interior be utilized where emissions data reported 
                      pursuant to Rule 301 is not available, provided that 
                      the permit holder substantiates the accuracy of such 
                      fuel usage and emissions data.  The starting 
                      Allocation shall be adjusted to reflect the rate of 
                      reduction which would have been applicable to the 
                      facility if it had been in the RECLAIM program as of 
                      October 15, 1993.

              (2) The actions specified in this subdivision shall be
                  effective only upon amendment of the Facility Listing.

          (d) Cycles

              (1) The Executive Officer will assign RECLAIM facilities to 
                  one of two compliance cycles by computer-generated random 
                  assignment which, to the extent possible, ensures an even 
                  distribution of RTCs.  The Facility Listing will 
                  distinguish between Cycle 1 facilities, which will have a 
                  compliance year of January 1 to December 31 of each year, 
                  and Cycle 2 facilities, with a compliance year of July 1 
                  to June 30 of each year.

              (2) The issue and expiration dates of the RTCs allocated to 
                  a facility shall coincide with the beginning and ending 
                  dates of the facility's compliance year.

              (3) Within 30 days of October 15, 1993, facilities assigned 
                  to Cycle 2 may petition the Executive Office or the 
                  Hearing Board to change their cycle designation.  
                  Facilities assigned to Cycle 1 may not petition the 
                  Executive Officer or Hearing Board to change their cycle 
                  designation.  Facilities entering the RECLAIM program
                  after October 15, 1993 will be assigned to the cycle with 
                  the greatest amount of time remaining in the compliance 
                  year.

          (e) High Employment/Low Emissions (HILO) Facility Designation

              A new facility may, after January 1, 1997 apply to the 
              District for classification as a HILO Facility.  The Executive 
              Officer will approve the HILO designation upon the 
              determination that the emission rate for NOx, SOx, ROC, and 
              PM10 is less than or equal to one-half (1/2) of any target 
              specified in the AQMP for emissions per full-time 
              manufacturing employee by industry class in the year 2010.

          (f) Entry Election

              (1) A non-RECLAIM facility may elect to permanently enter the
                  RECLAIM program, provided that:

                  (A) the owner or operator files an Application for Entry;

                  (B) the facility is not listed as exempt under 
                      paragraph (i)(1);

                  (C) the facility is not operating under an Order for
                      Abatement or in violation of any District rule; and

                  (D) the facility is not subject to a compliance date in 
                      an existing rule within six months of the date of 
                      Application for Entry.

              (2) Upon approval of an Application for Entry, the Executive
                  Officer will issue a Facility Permit.  The facility's 
                  starting Allocation for the year of entry and Allocations 
                  for the years 2000 and 2003 and interim years, shall be 
                  determined pursuant to Rule 2002 - Allocations for Oxides 
                  of Nitrogen (NOx) and Oxides of Sulfur (SOx).  If 
                  necessary, the Allocation shall be adjusted to equal the 
                  Allocations which would have been applicable to the
                  facility if it had been subject to the RECLAIM program as 
                  of October 15, 1993.

              (3) Entry into the RECLAIM program will be effective upon
                  issuance of a Facility Permit pursuant to Rule 2006 - 
                  Permits, and publication of the addition of the facility 
                  to the Facility Listing.

          (g) Exit from RECLAIM

              No facility, on the initial Facility Listing or subsequently
              admitted to RECLAIM, may opt out of the program.

          (h) Non-RECLAIM Facility Generation of RTCs

              Non-RECLAIM facilities may not obtain RTCs due to a shutdown 
              or curtailment of operations which occurs after 
              October 15, 1993.  ERCs generated by non-RECLAIM facilities 
              may not be converted to RTCs if the ERCs are based on a 
              shutdown or curtailment of operations after October 15, 1993.

          (i) Exemptions

              (1) The following sources, including those that are part of 
                  or located on a Department of Defense facility, shall not 
                  be included in RECLAIM and are prohibited from electing 
                  to enter RECLAIM:

                  (A) dry cleaners;

                  (B) fire fighting facilities;

                  (C) construction and operation of landfill gas control,
                      processing or landfill gas energy recovery facilities;

                  (D) facilities which have converted all sources to operate
                      on electric power prior to October 15, 1993;

                  (E) police facilities;

                  (F) public transit;

                  (G) restaurants;

                  (H) potable water delivery operations;

                  (I) facilities located in the Los Angeles and Riverside
                      County portions of the Southeast Desert Air Basin; and
                
                  (J) facilities that have permanently ceased operations of
                      all sources before January 1, 1994.

              (2) The following sources, including those that are part of 
                  or located on a Department of Defense facility, shall not 
                  be initially included in RECLAIM but may enter the program 
                  pursuant to subdivision (f):

                  (A) electric utilities (exemption only for the SOx 
                      program);

                  (B) equipment rental facilities;

                  (C) facilities possessing solely "various location" 
                      permits;

                  (D) hospitals;

                  (E) prisons;

                  (F) publicly owned municipal waste-to-energy facilities;

                  (G) portions of facilities conducting research operations;

                  (H) schools or universities;

                  (I) sewage treatment facilities which are publicly owned 
                      and operated consistent with an approved regional 
                      growth plan;

                  (J) electric power generating systems owned and operated 
                      by the City of Burbank, City of Glendale or City of 
                      Pasadena or any of their successors;

                  (K) ski resorts; and

                  (L) facilities located on San Clemente Island.

          (j) Rule Applicability

              Facilities operating under the provisions of the RECLAIM 
              program shall be required to comply concurrently with all 
              provisions of District rules and regulations, except the 
              provisions listed in Tables 1 and 2 shall not apply to NOx 
              and SOx emissions from RECLAIM facilities after the later of 
              the following:

              (1) December 31, 1994 for Cycle 1 facilities and June 30, 1995
                  for Cycle 2 facilities; or

              (2) the date the facility has demonstrated compliance with all
                  monitoring and reporting requirements of Rules 2011 or 
                  2012, as applicable.

              Additionally, RECLAIM facilities shall not be required to 
              comply with provisions of the listed District rules which have 
              initial implementation dates in 1994.


                                       Table 1

                              EXISTING RULE PROVISIONS
                    NOT APPLICABLE TO RECLAIM FACILITIES FOR NOx


           RULE            DESCRIPTION                NON-APPLICABLE
                                                        PROVISIONS

           218    Stack Monitoring                 Entire Rule

           429    Start-up & Shutdown Exemption    Entire Rule
                  Provisions for NOx

           430    Breakdown Provision              Entire Rule

           474    Fuel Burning Equipment - NOx     (a); (b); (c); (d); & (e)

           476    Steam Generating Equipment       (a) and (b)

           1109   Emis. of NOx Boilers & Proc.     (a); (b); (c); (d); & (e)
                  Heaters in Petroleum Refineries

           1110   Emis. from Stationary I. C.      (b)(1), (3), (4), (5),
                  Engines (Demo.)                  (6), (7); & (c)

          1110.1  Emis. from Stationary I. C.      (c)(1)(A); (c)(2);
                  Engines                          NOx part of (f)(2)(A)(i);
                                                   & (f)(2)(B)

          1110.2  Emis. from Gaseous and Liquid-   NOx part of (c)(2)(A);
                  Fueled  I. C. Engines            (c)(2)(B);
                                                   (d)(2); & (f)

           1112   Emis. of NOx from Cement Kilns   (a); (b); (c); (d); & (e)

           1117   Emis. of NOx from Glass Melting  (a); (b); (c); (d); & (e)
                  Furnaces

           1134   Emis. of NOx from Stationary     (a); (b); (c); (d); (e);
                  Gas Turbines                     (f); & (g)

           1135   Emis. of NOx from Electric       (a); (b); (c); (d); (e);
                  Power Generating Systems         (f); (g); & (h)

           1146   Emis. of NOx from Boilers,       (a)(6); (c)(4); (e)(1), &
                  Steam Generators, and Proc.      (4); &
                  Heaters                          NOx part of (c)(1);
                                                   (c)(2)(C)

          1146.1  Emis. of NOx from Small          (a)(4); (c)(4); (d)(1), &
                  Boilers, Steam Generators, and   (5); & NOx part of (c)(1);
                  Proc. Heaters                    (c)(2)(C); & (d)(4)

           1159   Nitric Acid Units - Oxides of    (a) & (b)
                  Nitrogen

           Reg    New Source Review                Entire Regulation
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                                       Table 2

                              EXISTING RULE PROVISIONS
                    NOT APPLICABLE TO RECLAIM FACILITIES FOR SOx


           RULE                DESCRIPTION              NON-APPLICABLE
                                                          PROVISIONS

            53         Sulfur Compounds -                    all
                       Concentration - L.A. County

            53         Sulfur Compounds -                    all
                       Concentration - Orange County

            53         Sulfur Compounds -                    (a)
                       Concentration - Riverside
                       County

            53         Sulfur Compounds -                    (a)
                       Concentration - San Bernardino
                       County

           53A         Specific Contaminants -               (a)
                       San Bernardino County

           218         Stack Monitoring                 Entire Rule

           430         Breakdown Provisions             Entire Rule

           407         Liquid and Gaseous Air            (a)(2)(A)
                       Contaminants

          431.1        Sulfur Content of Gaseous        (a); (b); (c); (d); 
                       Fuels                            (e); & Attachment A

          431.2        Sulfur Content of Liquid         (a); (b); (c);(d); 
                       Fuels                            (e); & (f)

          431.3        Sulfur Content of Fossil         (a); (b); & (c)
                       Fuels
                       
           468         Sulfur Recovery Units              (a); & (c)

           469         Sulfuric Acid Units                    (a)

           1101        Secondary Lead Smelters/           (a); & (b)
                       Sulfur Oxides

           1105        Fluid Catalytic Cracking         (a); (b); & (c)
                       Units SOx

           1119        Petroleum Coke Calcining            (a); & (b)
                       Operations -
                       Oxides of Sulfur

           Reg.        New Source Review                Entire Regulation
           XIII